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I l 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN1 Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OSSiN OF HE PAW IV TIE WITH COH5BESSIONAID1SISICI Subscription I a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 819031 JNo42 He WolDieI i Of consumption is a remark often made of a fleshy man The remark expresses the popular of the that the n of consumption is cniadatio baa of flesh On the other hand a gain in flesh I a sure sign that wnttl ing diseases are be 1 cured Emaciated pie with obatnat- ecoughe bleeding lungs nlghteweaU and weakness have been perfectly cured by the use Dr tierces Golden Medical Discovery The steps of the cure were recorded in ounces and of in weightWhea wuUngdlaea artljr cured MfWtM JLTHiltrah Afrt IR s4ps a prouoincei raTIOUopenbewed and MCIICIfItCotT7 boultthreebottleand oneylI ofIbePetttj n4s then well supplywithhim train which I quote I ax ttad Adrdy ire1hsr teftnarThe Common Medical Adviser jcoS large pages 1s utrAfree on receipt of onlySendbound volume or only at stamps for the lLV11erce t MEAT MALT I oct TOMIO A NO scoiuytjciy Tktni tile and Streajth la Every Drop A scUatlfle comUnallon of the eseeatlal constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT IxnUrtUt XT Jimurr II PMAT ft MALT CO LnbrtlW Ky Cntkf9 a TlMcijmM lrrarMal u4iltrrrmntlnn and txRf ihoroothlyaBjtiatalfdolUi Ita and rhrd ci nunutaciurr I ran 11111 b ae1dond blood 11extftsstbq CthndnIronICl diestton s- i r n- alldJiuculU tdbll4l Youts truly L D KASfENntn M D Lottlirllla Collect ol IlurmKT fgEAT A MALT DO LoszrIle JO 04L0070XIXA Bstb dn K You IIn Altars BcVt zolf 7BUVTHE NKWESEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who ad vcrtlxo n 0000 Sowing Mnelilno for 12000 Thla kind OfUllltCltIliO can bo bought from us or any of our deniers from 1500 to 1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tito Feed determines tho strength or wmkiuxH of Doiiblo IcedLUIIIlIttL with other BtmiiR i olnta nmkua tho yew Homo tho best Sewing Mnchluo to buy W dIenwo montitictnro and jirlcc before pureluulns THE NEW HOME SEWIHC MACHINe 60- ORANOC MASS 2 Union X Y Clilcago IIL Atlanta Goat touUtMu ttillasTox8an Prunclsoo Ckxl FOR BALC BY M1J Fred UI1th aBenouAtu lAY flnt ty wu bom t did ftot- J seem to retain my tTtMIh although tha doctor toe itoitic hi red superior but lnttisd of cttin kili I rIw tYU My My ho tnd loilited that I take Wn ef Ceidei foaweetandeawhotftweUiddOfOi I 1M I did tabs tile tMdidM and WIt vuy grateful to find my tnnsthand health lit two was oat abadndInamonthIWsiibietOtAS up v tnual duties l1li wry sn4iiusi r 1ft Winoof Cardutr 1rzoies eorasc- it gn for the childbirth lIOYllJ tearriago No woman I of need fear the Of1lng of her 4 ChlJd1f Mrs Unrath taken Wino of Carchl bef9le hu baby me she would pOt have bon as she woe 11cr rapid reoov should commend remedy to expectant mother Cordul the mmstrtial fl- owWINECARDUI DENUARDINI His Rough Exterior But Bril liant Mind Was Called Kitchen Knife by John Randolph of Virginia on Account of Ills Pungent Wit Ben Hardin as he was called by his friends was beyond doubt the great est lawyer of his time and perhaps the greatest the nation ever produced It is the testimony of every historian of Kentucky that he was one of the moat remarkable and successful prac titioners ol his day and time not withstanding the tact that Kentucky was distinguished at that early age for he brilliant array of legal lalent There were such giants in jurispru dence as Felix Grundy John Rowan Chas Barry C A Wlckllffr John Pope and John Hays and many oth ers who have left a lasting impression upon the legal profession in Kentucky But none of these great char acters though brilliant in their pro fession were the equal of old Ben Hardin Mr Hardln was a great worker he practiced la the counties of Nelson Washington Bnllltt Hardln Meade Grayson Mitlon Spencer Breckln rintidge and several others No lawyer in the State had such a large and lucrative practice and had be charged the customary fees his fortune would have been Immense for he had out side of every seriously contested case It Is said that his consultations with his clients were very brief He seem ed to catch the points and facto of a owe by Intuition This sometime gave ofiense but no client ever com plained that he did not understand his case when it carne to trial In 1813 exPresident James Buchan an was for a abort time a resident of BUtabethtowa He had come West he said to grow up with the coon l try Mr Bvcbantn bad an Ida that alt he had to do was to come to Ken lucky and bang out his shingle and he would at oace become the bright est light la the new land of pronli But at the first terra of conrt after his arrival among other visiting lawyers was Bea Hardln dressed in a suit of tow llcen home spun its clumsy fit helping to give the wearer a clownish appearance Buchanan was surprisedR to see him take his seat other lawyers On the third day of the term a case was called in which the pleadings were very Intricate and to fer the strictest English forms be fore the day of Chitty Ills wonder grew Into astonishment that such a ooklng man as Ben Hardin had theBdepth and grasp to grapple with subject but when he heard him ar o gue It with a clearness and tactpowtr that evinced a master mind he reo turned from the court house and pre p tel to abandon his sew home remarking to himself that If such a looking man as Ben Hsrdla was sofsmart in Kentucky there was a opening for him la his old Peaasyl vanla homebwas born Wttmireland county Pa in 1784 inr1787 was brouGht by his parents totWashington county Ky He De celved a good education He studvled law in 184 stRichmondKywltho Mattln D 1805 at Bardstown with Judge Grundyand InI18 9 was licensed to practice and setjfled In Ellzabethtown where he malned two years He then removed to Bardstown and contlned to live there until hty death Mr Hardint was elected to the 1810 1811 1824 and totheStateSent ate from 1828 to represent 1gresa1823 and from 1833 to 1837 ten years in all From September 1844 to Feb lusty 1857 he was secretary of State under Governor Owsley with whom he had one of the most heated contr versies which baa ever taken place among the public men ol Kentucky His last public servlc was In the J Convention that formed the Coustltu 3 tlon of 184950 His death occurred in September 1853 aged 58 years He was trtn believer ia the Bible and belong to the M E Church South While in Congress few occu pied a higher rank es a debater thanlMr Hardln Iii style is s have been peculiar pvngent same tie mtklng him an ntagonbt to be feared John andolph of Koanoak In allusion to Ben Hardins peculiarI style of oratory vaed to call Kitchen Kalfe1 rough andinedy but keen and trenchant In politics Mr Hhdln was a WhIgL in the Fairview Review 4 The Position of a College Presi dent A successful college president to dy occupies one of the most enviable positions in American society A trusted specialist in an Amtr lean college Is not only assured of a respectful hearing when he I4- qJ1A writes or speaks but he is frequently called to the seat of the state and na haunt government for advice by gov ernor legislative or congressional committee and also by the President of the United States During the past twentyfive years the salary of superior teachers in the service of the state has been nearly doubled In the case of the higher positions it many of our municipalities practically a tile tenure has been established The salaries of not a few secondary school masters now equal and in many cases exceed those of the judges of our state and federal courts The supremely desirable college professorships carry Incomes equal to arid exceeding those of a large pro portion of the mambers of the medi cal aad legal professions Presiden tial salaries in our colleges and uni versities have been advanced lo fifteen thouMnd dollars a year Look lug at the remaining consideration it may be said that the social standing and Influence of members of the teachingprofession have advanced more rapidly than has been the case- In any of the other careers to whichI educated men devote themselves Reflection and observation along thisI line present facts suggestive of a revolution not only in our social HIeI but also in our religious life From Making a Choice of a ProfeaslonI In the MaCosmopoJltanI The Boat LinimentII have derived great benefit fromI the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism and lumbago says lira Anna Hagelgans of Tnckaboe NJ My husband used it for a sprained back and was also quickly relieved In fact it Is the best family liniment I have ever used I would not think of being without it I haveI recommended it to many end they always speak very highly of it and declare Its merit are wonderful For ale by all druggists mIw In reply to inquiries we have pleasI ure In announcing that Elys Liquido Cream Balm is like the solid preparaC ion of that admirable remedy cleanses and heals membranes affected by natal catarrh Thero is no drying c or sneezing The Liquid Creams c Balm is adapted to use by patients who have trouble in inhaling throught the nose tad prefer price including spraying tube 75t cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Favors Sunday Base Sunday Balljbe a feature this summer as well ssJ golfing on the fairfield County Golf Club links owing to the action of William G Rockefeller who has protided the ban field for the Club List summer a coupleb church deacons appealed to Ham Rockefeller to stop Sunday ball playing on his property and be was A quoted as being opposed to ItnThis season the Volunteer boys ape pealed to the younger Rockefeller hose summer residence is not far rom the ball grounds and were glv- euto understand that Mr Rockefeller id not want to atop the fun of any oy and that they could play ball every Sunday provided they no disturbance and submitted o the decisions of the umpires with ut loud discussions and did not ad their games so as to thaw out a- ftown people They are not to ada ertie asking clubs to meet them J n fact Mr Rockefeller did not ob ect to the playing of Sunday ball provided there was no notoriety at itched to it The first game wasG layed yesterday and next Sunday It he White Plains team will play here o posters or circulars will be dis tributed Q YOU GET UCWHAUWEBACK KWnev Trouble takes You Miserable 1 Almost everybody who reds the newsw Mnerl Is sure of the cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRootp tha great and bladder remedy 1 U the gret med I ktecnthcovered years of scientific research the by cnentder specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing ame back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights Disuse which Is the worst form of kidneytrouble Dr Is not recommended everythlngbut If you hivekidI ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found ust the remedy you need It has been tested n so many wayaIn hospital work In private practice amonr helpless too poor pur chase and hu proved so successful In very case that a arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottlesent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If youhaye kidney or bladder trouble When wrltIngmentiorteadIng this generous offer In thispaper and send your address to Kilmer St CoBlng I hamton N Y Th Is after emi for to regular fifty cent and HIdollar are sold by all good druggistsI Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle J 1 EUGENE NEWMAN Washington Correspondent of the Post Arraigns the Demo crats of Missouri and Kentucky IWashington May 4As old Bea Butler remarked It is a ddjIyear for theuvlckedin some ters at least There Is Missouri lull of the most righteous Democracy in the Union trustbusters octopns chasers and so on The Missouri Democracy is undergoing the scruti ny of the grand jury and a cold cruel scoffing world Is told where those thousand dollar bills came from Gath will hear of it and the daughters of the Philistines will triumph Even Pennsylvania is pointing fingers and making feces at Missouri VWe are told that Sir Robert Wale pole governed England for more than 20 years and that he governed it by corruption He was not a dishonest man but he did not govern at all He felt that he was Certainly he was a very great minister and a very great statesman It was Walpole who saved the Hanoveran dynasty and more than anybody else to estab uh the House of Commons as the first estate of the realm He was call wicked minister corrupt minister finally he was overthrown In Walpoles day it was necessary to bribe Can It be shown that bribery Is necessary In the Missouri of our day History has not vindicated Walpole but It has condoned his of fense History will neither vindicate nor condone that business In St Louis nd at Jefferson City The Missouri Democracy has long proclaimed from the housetops that its the sunny side ol the Democratic peach the asparagus bed of the Dem garden the bud ofthe lettuce the Democratic salad and all that ol Moses Wetmore is a distinguish ed Missouri Democratat once pluto ratic and Democratic a man qi bar rilal estate and game preserve to tir the envy of a British lord Col Wetmore sold his business to the oc opus and proceeded to chase the oc opus He Is a pillar of Bryan Democracy i and doubtless he thinks the reorganlzera a very wicked lot VMissouri is the greatest of the reliable Democratic States Its a Dew ocratic State Its Democratic ma jority is like Pennsylvanias Repub mojorithwhatever the machine thinks necessary There is every evidence that the Missouri Democrat c machine element of chance not at taching to Missouris electionhas ong blackmailed corporations doing usiness in the State That is the way they get their campaign fnnd corporation having no soul has o politics and long since corporations found that it was easier to bribe political machines than it was to buy elections V Jay Gould said he was a Republic an In a Republican district and a Democrat in a Democratic district Mr Gould was the incarnation of the corporate system Missouri has thousands of honorable excellent Christian citizens who obey the law nd fear God They are Democrats nd they see no harm in what JohnI ames Ingalls called frying fat out of corporations If the money is to swell Democratic campaign tunds In Pennsylvania there are thousands of t- ood citizens who condone blackmail the grail is contributed o the Re publican campaign fund vNow that sort oi things is going on over this country That is what oy Beckham meant when he was talking about grafters and things and that Is what filled the campaign coffers of Gov Beckhams party In 899 and in 1900 There was a timeI hen corporations sought out theI grafterd no the grafters seek the cor otations When the celebrated Duke of Lerma ruled Spain the whole political system of that- ingdom was a system of gralt e Sage describes it IIi Gil Bias Bribery was universal and It was the- anker that wellnigh destroyed a great nation and a superb people If not checked it would do as much for us England not only checked it but eradicated it else England bAd decayed as Spain did Not only Is there absolutely no liberty la the English Legislature but there is no bribery in English elections If Balfour or Chamberlain attempted the methods of Walpole he would destroy his future and the future of his party If the English Commons were hauled up before the grand jury as the MIs- souri Legislature is there would be a revolution But tjie Missouri Democ racy entrenched behind the Ncsblt law will only ask What are you going to do about It V And that was what the Gpebel elec tion law was made or i Nothing else r In the world Wherever there is a centralization to dominate in public affairs It is not for patriotic ends though that Is what they always say lUs There is nobody half so pa triotic as your grafter nobody that i wilt stand half so long In the pass of Thermopylae for the dear people as he Thirty years ago Republican politicians did an enormous deal of ti SouthernIIious There was nothing so profit a Je as loyalty The way to steal now days It to cloak it under a voci ferous and profane denunciation of thQ octopus They say the darkey who is going to rob a henroost Satur day njght prays loudest at prayer thttug You can depend on it that those indicted Missouri grafters were mighty volcefnl vindictive trust- busters on the stump The Missouri business is a cruel bow to Senator Stone However honest and however innocent he mnyI be it puts an end to the Stone boom for the Democratic nomination for President in 1904 though Mr Bryan is for Stone People would remark that Stone was the leader of his party in Missouri that it went at his order and earnest his beck that it resolut ed in convention and orated on the stump as he prescribed and here it is before the grand jury and liable too d get into the penitentiary You cant nominate the leader of such a layout as that even through the match less and the peerless be for him And so It the Democratic party is go- Ing a to do it again let It take Mr Bryan himself There are some Pull man cars left in the land and Mr Bry an la still A orator VLong ago the English people purl fied English politics What the English have done the American peo pie can do I dont know any better place to begin than the State of Ken- ttncky In 1899 the people of that Commonwealth elected John Marshall Lieutenant Governor The Demo cratic machine stole the office and gave it toJ C W Beckham This year the Democratic machine is going to control the nomination for Governor and give that to Mr fleckn ham VKpw ifthe Republicans have gump tlon enough to nominate John Mar shall for Governor it will afford those Democrats who love justice more than they love politics a glorious opportunity to right a greet flagrant and Infamous wrong The blood of Christ will wash all our sins away but those of us who make restitution in this life will have fewer damned spots to out Let the people of old Kentucky make a pro fession of the Gospel of Restitution this year It will be a good training for our fight against the Republican so party next year SAVOYARD A Farmer Straightened Out A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism I banded bin a bottle oi Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use it usingIt as Co P Rayder 01 Pattens Mills N VbA lew days later he walked into store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me In another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for it cured me For sale byhall druggist m or Lyons Laxative Syrup ts n vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in its effect it acts gently on ttipationclears blood pure An ideal remedy for children as as adultsDFor sale by J Royal Muskoka The Royal Muskoka Hotel is the largest and most magnificent summer hotel in Canada Location uncut frpasedMuskoka Lake District Highlands oi Ontario 11000 feet above sea level about six hours journey north of To of ronto The grounds include an area of 130 acres containing pine anti hemlock groves and many beautiful walks and points commanding lovely views There are Tennis Golfing Bowling Fishing Bathing Croquet Bowling Gieen and many enjoyable water trlpsi Firstclass in every respect Excellent transportation service Descriptive literature and informa tloq how to reach the Royal Mus koka on application to R McC o Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Truck Railway 124 Woodward of AyeDetroit Too Groat a Risk In almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or cholera motbus olten before medl cinecould be procured or a physician summoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at band The risk is tco great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubt edly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine In use It can always be depended upon For sale by all druggist m L POLITICAL HATRED A Full and Comprehensive Discus sion of the Howard Trial The verdict oi the jury in the case of Jim Howard was either n cowardly evasion of evident duty or another step In a programol a distinct political purpose The jury having been sol idly Democratic there may be per sons who may prefer to find in it a combination of both There can be no question that If Jim Howard Is guilty he richly deserves death Anything less than that for the man who filed the shot that killed Senator Goebel ian failure of Justice a blot upon the State Two men Voutse r and Howard have now been formally convicted of the murder upon the theory that Youtsey planned and pro vided the means and that Howard actually committed the act It is not worth while to discuss the evidence by which the juries wtie convinced that these theoties were facts If Yontseys testimony con vinced the minds of the recent juryj It Is curious to speculate bow the preceding juries managed to find him guilty In the total absence of that testimony Bnt as the other juries were solidly Democratic also it may be as unnecessary to discuss the ver icta as the evidence The resldnm f the trials is that solidly Democratic juries have convicted the Republican accused at ever trial and upon every phase and quality oi evidence Ands long as the passions oi political hatred are permitted to show in the court room as long as justice Is com tnltted to the control of partisan jnriesno other result can be expected We are not contending that Jim Howard is Innocent On that point nobody ontsid of those who commit ted the deed can have any knowledge But any dispassionate reader of the testimony fairly reported must admit hat the proof of his guilt was ex tremely doubtful It would have ac quitted men charged with any other murder The point we desire to make is thatdthese are political trials for purposes It is evident that there is- owhere on the side of the prosecu tlon any desire to condemn to deathfany man who committed the but if possible to procure testimonyd that will encompass the William S Taylor Mr Goebels hon i estlyelected opponent who dared tot cross his ambitious path AttorneyO Campbell declared in his day that there was a higher than Taylor who was guilty There was no higher official personage than Gov Taylor at that time so we mayo guess from insinuation in the that the Louisville and NashvilleO Railroad Company or one its official are in mind That al leads the heritage oi Mr GoebeIsI hatreds of men who crossed his purt pose That way too ore keen Iratern nal political hates that not even thed manhnnUr of Ohio has yet dared toa open to action but which He in obeyt ance to threaten the peace gress of the State and to be stirred ups political advantage demandsII 1Theeen plainly to trade off the obscureq man or men who actually the murder of Mr Goebel for tesUa my of any sort that can be used to- onvict Taylor and Powers who were igh officials and Republican leadersP the unnamed higher Tayn lor whc is presumed to have BrownE Democratic blood in his veins Theret has been suspicion from the he actual slayer of Mr Goebelwas erely the tool of higher conspirators This suspicion has been held by the- emocratic managers and their whole effort has been to prove that suspicion In order to do that the reward fund has been used to tempt witnesses and fear of prosecution and promises of immunity have been eely used on others The only tes timony that has been produced hasIi come from of these three sources all them to be vigilantly suspected by s every honest and sincere man Not sonly this but there stalked behind a Youtseya confession the sug esttlon of tortures just short of the thumbscrew What Mrs Youtsey b might have told we do not know but much was IndicatedTAll this possible perjury and doubt W lul testimony has been marshaled through Democratic courts before Democratic Juries and the whole power of the law and the machinery justice have been used to browbeat and Intimidate the defense Lawyets the wrong politics have had a hard time In representing the defense Witnesses to hang Taylor and damn the Republican patty have had am pIe protection whllewltnesses for the defense have been warned away In by the present trial George R Hemphilla I I who came to give unimportant testimony for Howard was crossexamin ed ao to hiD failure to appear before When he answered that it was be cause he was afraid he would lose his position if he had to attend every trialthe prosecution instantly had him bonnd over in 500 bond to appear as its own witness in Powers trial That was sufficient warning that witnesses for Howard neednt apply Contrast it with the treatment of the miserable perjurer Weaver the barber who ap peared to swear away life of a man for the prosecution was detect ed exposed indicted for perjnary re leased upon slight bond 300 we be lieve and who promptly disappeared Who paid his bond This wretch was as foul a vllllan as the man who killed Goebel Yet compare his treat ment with that of an innocent witness for Howard These things indicate the spirit of the movement under theforms of law to keep alive political hatreds by us ing the courts for political vengeance As long as solidly Democratic jurtes tCjcusedoi political excitement Justice will be a farce Bt it is a tragic farce for the State that antlers from the pollution ofjustice and the uncertainty of the futureHow long Is it to last Well the Powers trial is docketed for this month and once again the long roll of hatred is to be called over to vex the peace and smirch the good name of Kentucky Louisville Herald l441L rtfWYMAN KY jII 1ttt tlttttttitlltt9fMR EDITOR Alter a lengthy si lence I arise with the opening of spring to greet our many readers Of the many leading subjects that are now before the American people it seems to me that there is nothing of more Importance to the general welfare of our people than that of good roads After a long rainy winter our dirt roads and wooden bridges re left on our hands in a fearful cone ition Those oi us who are oi lawful age have gone out and worked what time the law requires of ns and more time than we could spare rom our home duties and yet our oads remain In an embarasalng con itlon Now what shall we do Its plain to every thinking person a better system of road working become a matter ot legislation ur government is making extravagant appropriations for waterways and other corporate interprsies but nothing is ever safd or done about hin matter that touches the Interest every individual in the landthem- provement of our public highways ur National Treasures has a surplus of millions of money lying idle n the banks This divided among he several States and each State aking a similar appropriation to be- ivided among Its several counties nd each county doing what It could or Itself would give us public roads hat would be uptodate and at the ame time make country life more leasant and add greatly to the ealth of the cities Let every voter ress this matter to the front and re uite of all our Legislators to labor nd yote In the interest of good roads As for a candidate for Governor of Kentucky I think McLean county would prefer Clifton J ratt to any man that has yet been- entioned and I know the Hon ob Slack would poll the entire vote or the party for Attorney General GREATLY ALARMED By a Persistent Cough but Permanently Cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr H P Burbage a student at law In Greenville SC had been troubled for four or five years with aI continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to ear that I was In the first stage of consumption Mr Barbage having Remedydvertised read what he says of it I soon felt remarkable change and after using wo bottles oi the twentyfive cent size was permanently cured Sold y all m Jfl TO CURB A COLD NONE DAY ak Laxative Ilrorao Q hllll Tablet Jill I drajl al refund the money If It fall to cure E Uroy signature la on Neb box Jlc I BUSY HOUSEWIVES Perurm a Prompt and Permanent I Cure for Nervousness a In Lulu lArmor Stonghton Wla says norironsmqbutI wa TOry in tablo could not sloop certa1xlywithoutbenefitI grow steadily bolter my nerves grew stronger my rest was no longer fitful mperteclhealth butijOrSotredhealthMrs Lulu Lamer Mrs Anna B Xlohrty recent Sopor lioadquartots Ilcihusbanddent of tho Nebraska Wealeyan Uni YorsltyetLthcolnNebIn from 401 Sixty Bovonth street W Chicago Ill aha saysi I would not be without Pernn for ton time Its coatMri Anna B IohaxtySrunmorCstarrhabookwr1ttenby I 1 on tim subject of thoner YOM disturbances peculiar to summer cent free to any address by The Pernnjj Modlclno Co Columbus Ohio I Excursion and Cheap Rates On account Confederate Veterans Reunion New Orleans La May 19 to 22 round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam at rate of fl3 60 tickets on Bale May 16 to 21 inclusive limited to May 24 for return An extension until June 15 may be obtained by depositing ticket with joint agent New Orleans not earlier than May 16 nor later than May 34 and payment of fee of 50 cents No stop over privileges allowed One way secondclass Colonist tick ets will be sold dally until June IS from Beaver Pam to San Francisco and other California points at special rate off33 75 On account Paducah Street Fair and Carnival round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam at rate of one fare 3 55 tickets on sale May n to 16 limited to May 17 for return On account General Assembly Presbyterian church Los Angeles Cal May 21 toJune 2 round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Los Angelese and San Francisco at rate of f53 15 going and returning via direct routes and 64 15 going via direct route and returning via Port land and northern route Tickets oa sale May 2 II 12 13 14 15 i6 and 171903 Return limit July 15 1903 On account G A R Encampment Louisville Ky May 19 to 20 round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville for 315 tickets sold May 18 and 19 limited to May at for return a OASTOarASmith W Kind You Hare AtaisBooM Blgnilsre lIifZ Tot e ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY utcoxroiuTrD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense If you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lass call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky riftBESTIS TN CNZA4S13 bOMHeelfjPenmaii1tlp lhlliltFplfr4 SlIor71um t 1fiend far ZaZiui i T4k1Ileh3 SaveD experlDce Uochera each on a specialist In hli line OradnatM of this colUgo prchmd business boaae We are now In our new home nearest corner Second Bid Walnut atroet tha and beet arranged achool btlldlng In tht South IndIvlduallntruetlou School la Motion lt theear HtndeaU can sitar at any time VUlton alwaja welcome tI WRIUHT ITwX 1 Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic I has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Mitoa bottles Does this record ofmerit No Cure No Pay Sac Enclosed wkk every kottl b Tea Cent lpaO0rors lUck Hoot Llvw PiUs r 1 in riiijr jt ij Hartford Republican Issued by the llartford 1bhHshingCompan- ylaroeronayrc s rxsrsxorzo C =clanc31uch 1VNzzFRIDAY MAY 8 nlroo or Adrerlllurt Transient n4nrtloemenu 40e itr Ineh grit InoertlonOC l1r Inch Meh n4dllloollllnoertloD- MJCIal rates on tenth tOntruet Local notletll JOe 11i 1100 lIt Ioartlonacper line each ndlItlooal loeertloo Cards of thanks reolutlohR and oblluarlee10 cent n line Caehinndennm REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRRSRNrATIVR DR A D PARK Rockport Kp- hoR CIRCUIT COURT CLERIC E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky- M11oVNCEIIETN For Stale Seuntnr1- Ve are authorised to nnnounce ZION A R- lIEXCTT are n candidate for Ntnte Penato tram the Seventh Senatorial Dletrtetcabinet to the aeUuD of the lIelubhenn party We are lIutborlzed to announce SL STCnSS ne a candidate for SUIte Senator from tbe Sev- emth Senatorial Dietrictubketto theaction a the Republican party I1trenrenuthorlsedI1110AOSaeacandhlateforState Nenntortron t the Seventh snntorlal tltrlet object to th e action of the Uepubllcan party THE Worlds Fair vas officially dedicated last Thursday THE golden glimmering glow in the atmosphere is the summer sunshine atI last T Hlonnow the Democrats of Kentucky will go through the form o naming nominees for the State offices iA PAPER published at Lawrence burg under the title ot lL has gone out of business Its egotism perhaps knocked it out AFTER all the noise and fuss about- a Democlaticleadear old Grover is the foremost ot them all and the greatest of all hIs merits is that he sometimes agrees with the Republicans on important issues ALL pleasures of life by no means go to the rich The plowman who whistles as ho goes to his field and rejoices in song while he plows and builds his home into a little paradise gets more genuine pleasure out of life than the richest Shylock that lives TILE most obdurate public official trill yield to popular demands and public clamor Every publicspirite d citizen of Ohio county should agItate the question of better public roads until an irresistible sentiment has been aroused for their material development AxOrIIER jury Democratic from tail to snout has sentenced Jima Howard to life imprisonment With no desire to condone murder we would like to know how much longer the respectable citizenship of the State can look with uny degree o allowance on these grosteque pictures of justice SOME mathematician hasafter careful research and calculation arrived at the conclusion that it takes just 8140 to kIn a man and obtain a certificate of good character in Louis- Ville When the inherent rIghts o f Kentuckians are restricted in this manner murder is likely to become unpopular in the Metropolis Two common school trustees have been indicted in Knox county for try fog to get money out of an office to which no salary is attached They arc charged with accepting a bribe from n teacher who desired the school This violation of the school law should not be looked upon with any degree of allowance by any community SENATOR Stone of Missouri who is vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee has announced that I shan favor n platform both progressive and agresdive I want the Democratic party to set in front of things and lead We are our prised at the Senators candor We too think the Democratic party has long been a tail ender but we thought few of them could be found who had the frankness to admit it Omo county is soon to construct an iron boidge at Olaton and in con Junction with Grayson county will build another over Rough creekat Cane Ford The question which suJ- gests itself is how to reach these bridges in winter when the public roads are impassible For the benefit of the public we will state that the bridge at Olaton can be reached by rail while those who desire to view the one at Cane Ford will have to take the water route A E Wusox of Louisville is out in a card expressing his willing ness to accept the Republican nomi nation for Governor He comes from a distinguished family is a graduate of Harvard a lawyer with no superior and a citizen on whose private life there is not a stain His public utterances are always free from vituperation and abuse If he ilLr IIf JO should be made the standludbearer of the Republican party we venture to assert that all eUorts to induce Cripps Beckham to meet him on the stump this fall will provo unavailing n JOHN D ROCXEfEJLER bids fair to become Americas first billionaire His gigantic fortune has been built up to its amazing heights during the past thirty years and his physician has given out a statement that ho has thirty years yet to live The father ot the oil king is hale at 93 and his mother lived to he 87 so his lease on lifo seems to he remarkably good Mr Rockefeller is stenlllly growing richer at a tremendous rate His income from oil interests is said to be 50a minute He is largely inter osted in other fields of profit nod many banKs railroads and other sources of wealth yield him princely dividends To what length ho will be able to carry his great financial schemes in the rushing years of this greatest ofall commercial ages at most surpasses comprehension He is now no doubt looking forward so renely to the realizatIon of his cherished ambition to bo the first billions sire ie+ HHHHHHHnHnHn t RENDER KY- Messrs H H H a H Joe James R E Chapman D W Gwynn and Martin Collins at tended the Indianapolis and Louis vllle ban game last Sunday at Louis vllle Messrs Chas Cargal Joe James Simon Stevens end Simon Jones went to Hartford last Thursday to see Bent Rogers the negro that killed Al Chinn on March la this year Mr Ambrose Mercer of Paducah visited Mr and Mrs R J Engleby here last week Mr V S Vlck of Owensbor was In town last week Mr J T Doores of Bowling Green was here Wednesday on business Messrs Tom Howerton and Bert Reid ot Rockport were la town last week Messrs Sam and Ernest Jennings and Morris Reynolds were In Hartford last Sunday Rev G H Lawrence of Small hour filled his regular appointment here last Saturday and Sunday Miss Verde Ashbyot Rockport Is the guest of Mr and Mrs S J Tlch enor at this writing Mr Harry herds has returned from Indiana alter an absence or about six mouths Mr George Barnes of Beaver Dam was In town Monday Messrs Robert Pollock Judson Rowe and Jack Kelly visited In Rock port last Sunday Last Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Mr Ellis J Hudson and Miss Ona May Kelly were united In holy bonds of matrimony at the home ot the brides parents Mr and Mrs JG Kelly Rev E F Rowe officiating After the ceremony many handsome presents were given this happy young couple lire M H ColllnJ Is visiting relatives In Hartford at this writing- f roJr George Fox of Illinois Is In this city at this writing Mr G T Westerfield of Central City was In town last week rolr E A Foster of Central City was In town Monday Mrs Maria Cool felt Wednesday for Warner Ala Mrs John Francis Is confined to her room with heart touble City Marshal W H Stanley went to Beaver Dam Monday Mr and Mrs David Francis ot Central City visited relatives here last week rolr William Miller of EmbryInd- Is the guest of his daughter Mrs Wm Reid at this writing Mr Richard Francis of Central City was here last Sunday on busl ness Mr Joseph Pomlllvllle of SUllwa ter Minn after having spent over 2000 with the best doctors for stom ach trouble without relief was advised by his druggist Mr Alex Rich ard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He dd so and Is a well man today If troubled with Indigestion bad taste In the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For sale at 25 cents per box by all drughlsts S eq LHHDUNDEE KY i H H Bro Emery filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday Miss Lena Johnson Is the guest of her sister Mrs Bettle Cole Mr Ivan Renfrow has returned home Irons Louisville lJrs Bailey of Whltesvllle who has been the guest of her brother Mr Will Dean returned borne Tues dayDr and Mrs McDowell visited relatives near Hartford this week Mrs Pltzbugh Renlrow Narrows was In town MondayAMr and Hartford Saturday Mr and Mrs Byron Wedding ani little son and Mrs Will Thomas and daughter Martha were In Hartford last week We should be glad to nave our cor respondents write regularly each week Communications must reach us not later than Wednesday to In sure publication No communi cation can be published unless the real name of the writer Is attached awaa 1 iawrwN b To arc COL J S R WEDDING Urged to bo a candiclnlo for Lieutenant Governor Wednesdays roulsvllle Herald con rains the following complimentary notice of Col J S R Wedding Col J S R Wedding of Hart ford le being urged by his friends In Western Kentucky to enter the race or the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor Col Wedding- Is one of the best known lawyers In AUGUSTUS E WILSON I Announces Ills Willingness to cept Republican NomIna ACI tIon for Governor louisville May a J93 To the Republicans of Kentucky In an ewer to many requests In person and by letter to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Governor I have decided that It It should be the judgment of the palty that I should undertake this great duty I shall try to do It faithfully and usefully to the very bet of my power and make the most earnest and energetic campaign to win the battleI not believe that In a matter of letting the welfare ot all our peopl- my personal wishes should be considered but that the Republican convection should take that course which It believes to be best for Kentucky wlthqut bias favor or prejudice and without regard to personal Interests and I do not ask that any delegates to the State Convention shall be In strutted for me and t only wish that the convention shall do that which Is best for the whole State patriotically generously and In a broadminded unselfish and liberal spirit The Republican party had Its birth In the struggle against oppression proscription and Intolerance and l Its high resolve to secure liberty tall o men and I regard this sentiment- as above all business Interests and reo- lations I have not thought that it was necessary to make any announcement t and have not wished nor felt able to make any campaign for the noml1a- tlon but I make this announcement becauseof the requests to me to do so and wish to add that whether I serve as the nominee for Governor or In the ranks I shall do all I can to win the battle for better government better laws and the best administration of the business of the State- Avcustus E1Vlrsox u i sa iH IRAN ELM KY tl HHHHH HHHH1 Aunt Bettle Shields spent Sunday with her son Mr Burch Shields of SelectMr S M James and wife of Select were the guests of Mr C Douglas SundayMr H Davis and wife of near Manda spent Saturday night with Mr Warren Shields and family Uncle Will Tilford Is on the sick list The way to guard against summer complaints which weaken end de bUate Is to place the liver on guard by a course of Rnmons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets Twentyfive dos es for 25 cents at J H Williams OASIORXABean t aThe Kind Yoe Have Alsays Bought SIgnaturo 1IpI 4Club Rates HARTFORD RIUUBLJCMf aftl either of tho following papers It the price indicated Louisville Ilerald12fLouisville Post Daily S25 Yellow Jacket 125 American I11rm and Orchard 110 Y M C A Notes Beaver Dam Association held their first meeting In their new room over the Beaver Dam Deposit flank last Sundayafternoon Through the- indness I of a friend the Beaver Dam- ssociation was enabled to open this room and their meetings will be held j there every Sunday afternoon at x- oclock all men are Invited Every man is Beaver Dam Is urged to at tend these meetings Hartford Association held two regular meetings on Sunday the Boys meeting and the Mens meeting Each meting was very well attended and good interest manifested The first quarterly report for this year was published earl sent out to u3mmad- I this section and Is an orator of ablll ty Col Wedding was an elector on the McKinley ticket in J896 and stumped his dlrtrlct for the national ticket with much ct dlt to himself and his party He was for several years chairman of the Ohio county Republican Committee and hAs been actively engaged In politics since his boyhood the subscribers to the work this lat week This report allows progress In the work Next Monday afternoon the second Monday In May the County Commit as 01meetingHartford Every committeeman Is urged to come The meeting will b called to order at d oclock Business ot Importance to come befrd nle meeting MAY 30oITo be Observed at No Creek b the G A R MortonIPost NO4 ot the G A R here Saturday It was decided to observe Dtco citizeens of that community are noted for their hospitality and those who at tend Memorial May Day there are sure to receive a most cordial welt come- S 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is nt leastJone dreaded disease that science been able to cure In all its stages an that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity CatsrrhCJ being a constitutional disease reo quires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internal annmucous by destroying the foundation of the dtsease and giving the patient lI strength by building up the ronstltu- lion and assisting nature In doing i I work The proprietors have so muc faith In its curative powers that theyooffer one Hundred Dollars for case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CUFNRV Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7Sc Trails Family Pills are the bestI ExamInations The second examination for common school graduation will be held Sere today and tomorrow First county examination will be held hereon May J5 and t6 The July examlf nation will be held at Fordsvllle Messrs Hallie Drown and J A Dun have been appointed examiners for the present year Very trulynJ M DuwRFSR S C S- Take just a mite of Ramons Tonic Regulator nightly and you btiredpear there will be no cause for head aches pains In the back or side When the organs are In a healthy state one has no cause for complaint and that le just the state a systematic use of Ramons Tonic Regulator will produce 25 cents at J H Williams aKeep It in Your Home And when the bowels fall to act proprl erly take a dose of LvoNs LAXATJ- nSRUPIt 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 JThpsAllen RosneKy For New ElectrIc Road Owenliboro Ky May 3 Wade Cushing electric railroad promoter was In the city last night lIe said that the prpppsed electric road from Owensloro to Curdsvllle Calhoon el Livermore and Hsrfrd would be ago sure He claims that au Eastern firm has agreed to fiqance the scheme and that work on securing rights of way will begin Immediately hay State and a of Amerlca the The greatest nation In the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee TUR CoffeetIs the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its purethats why r AI pICklIall Ifil1 JtbsWJ1 I STRHT fAIR Dc Held in Hartford ltayI 15 and 16 List of Pemlumsto WhICh New Ones Are Being Con stantly Added i Here are the rules and regulations governing the fair RULES TO GOVERN STREET JAIR OR RNTRRTAINMRNT I Messrs Den Newton W P Render Sr and H B Taylor Sr Invited to attend and act as the Executive Board and they shall de clde all questions that setae their decision being finalIIh The Secretary shall keep a rec ordot all entries record all votes and guesses and Issue his warrant for all premlumfl He shall also assist the Executive Board In counting the votes and guesses III All premiums to remain In possession of those who gave them until 4 ocloclep m of the leaf day then to be delivered on the warrant of the Secretary IV Every one except citizens o- Elattford f to have full privileges and rerogatives In showing products voting guessing and receiving ptem arms V No one but a farmer shall a member of the executive boar tnld act as judge of any product or at VI The Executive Board shall se oeaU stock fowls products and performances exhibited for premium VII No person stock or product shall be entitled to any premium the t awarded n premium at the tat ot T J Turley Co In Kyyentries to be made wit the Setretary by 11 oclock m o Friday May 15 19 3 IX All articles exhibited to be returned to owners and no executions will be made for articles on acc unt f taking a premium LIST OF rRnuiuus We the underslgneo agree to give articles and amounts opposite our names for the purpose Indicated by- us same being given In support of a Street Fair or entertainment to beheld In Hartford Ky on May t5 and I9n3 with the uvderstaadlag that parUddpate either directly or indirectly voting guessing showing products receiving premiums FIRST DAS rROGRAI youndJohn B FosterDest suckling calf barrel best flour 5 Thomas BrosBest cow and calf 15h Gelding set f buggy harness io Carson BrosBest young colt r shotgun 6 RileysMeat ShopTo best ewe and J clock 5 CQwmerelal HotelForlargest tar key 5 In gold L F WmrnerBest hen and ten chickens r pair ladles fine shoes 350 C J RhoadsBest onehalt doze frylngchlchenll I set dinner chairs 6 Nearest guess as to number o grains o corn contained la a quart tosBank of HartfordBest pair of either sex owned by one man r5 In gold Best betas any age either sex to In gold L T DarnardFor best mare and suckling mule a saddle blanket and 1000 E L DullingtonFor best pig five months old and under S In gold Cleve lIerFor best toy rider teD years old and under hays saddle blanket and bridle 5 Henry NallTo beLt oldtlme lid diet saddle bridle and spurs r5 A D WhiteTo winner In foot I bicycle 21 SECOND DAVS PROGRAM Ohio County BankBlt double team is harness regardless of scy or ownership to In gold First National BankBest yoke of oxen 25 in gold R L TweddellBest 5o ears ofI corn t shovel plow fo5 W M IludsbuBest mule either sex In In gold Yelser MorrisonBest half bush of wheat t shovel plow 5 Jt JI JlllespleBest halt bushel of oats I set of doubletree and singletrees zgo Lee Chinnnest two year old colt either sex z set ot harness I5 Wood TinsleyFor best bale of 3 B B Collins CoBrst string band lo In gold City RestaurantTo sack race 7 5 J cashiat the post f2 go Fair CoTo choir that makes best music limited to five selec tlons apiece 30 yards all wool Ingrain carpet 15 OTl1nR AMUE51ENTS ARE AS VOL Lotvs J IT WilliamsNearest correct guess as to number of pills In a pound bottle z watch t5 Sam DachFur best looking man suit of clothes 15 G J BeanFlve Sliver Dollars for loohing lady over twentyelght ioti j1ty d r Sick Headache Food doesnt dIgest well Appetite poor Bowels constIpated Tongue coated Its your liver I Ayers Pills arc liver pills they cure dys pepsIn biliousnessIse Want ronr tnnUllaelll or tmi a beaoUrol brown orelehblaekr ThenB- UCKINGHAMS CYEtr1a trs10 eft OI p uefl el a P a eo nu u H years old and under fortyfive who has never been nlArrled R T lIerTo best looking widow I sidesaddle blanket and bridle 10 J W FordFor prettiest baby two years and under ro In gold Second prettiest f5 in gold Economy Dry Goods StoreTo most popular young man z trunk 750 To most popular young lady I young ladys hat 75o J G Shacklet SonTo oldest man I walking cant 250 W S TinsleyTo the father and mother of largest family nil to be present J hatchet I xi inch brass rule J drawing knife z cold chisel JI try square t No loz block plane I oil whetstone t mincing knife t pair 7 H Inch bent shears t dozen table spoons J deUt sauce pan and t deln teakettle total value f6 E CrabtreeNearest gness as to number of seed In pumpkin to be cut on evening of last dar 5 lbs Rood Tot750 Wayne Griffin DoNenrellt guess to I quart ot mixed grain t set of dishes 25 Will SchlemmerClosest guess to number of loaves of bread sold on both days of fair t cake 5 Bean Brosj tile to lArgest man 3 tile la smallest mane R T Collins will grease n lo pig read turn tt loose In the Court tints yard The person who succeeds in overIownernJ give a 25 sliver tea set for the best cake baked by the wife or daughter of a farmer The guessing contest will continue throughout the two days of the Pair closing at 2 ocock p m on the last day of the Fair No animal that takes n premium when shown with another as a pair will be allowed to troopers In any other ring No animal that takes a premium alone will be allowed to enter is slog far n pair The exhibition will begin on the first day promptly at t oclock p m and on the second day promptly eta 10 oclock a m Erich exhibition will take place In front of the business place of the par ty offering such premium Ilartfordgeach donate as their part towards the enterprise nil the advertising neces peoJamount to qrite as much as any premium given For further Information address the SecretaryBy of the Executive Corn ratites DRN NRtt7oN- II B TAVLOR SR COU- IW r RR nun W G HARauICK AND M BIttN- Secrttii ties r For Sale A Schoorship In Bryant and Strut 1ton Business College Apply h rule 1Gce- I Constipation And alt symptoms and Results of Indigestion AbaolulI amend tr the uu of DfllCARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER PQVIOR Money refunded It roe are not pleutd with ruullt has cured thousand way not you p MoreandelKwsatoaererlorrunfrqtQeoadpation to trr Dr ar ed a German Urer Cecilroodtegave hackeamostdreadedof ailment tie In now awell man nd dotl no Ole ID mrdidal II trialitpeon II we oar the druprtn la uthorllcd tore your money urn AMHRICAN rUARMACAL CO RvenarWe tad =WHEN IN HARTFORD rSTOP AT TIIE New Commercial Splvicc firsklass All plod orn conenionco Rates Reasonable AIHI ROWAN 1 Proprietor n Cumberland TELEPHONE ANn CoITheres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber and Telephone In n11 residence and place of business My business has increased end my wlres voIce Is nev er heard to grumble nbout the Tele phone Yours for goof service and gentlemanly competition Ge P1NOML1N ManrrJ M i r cBiliousness Makes Chronic Invalids when the Um it torpid and W4 to 4otl work the bib oaten the blood u timlent tattoo Thon cock eollltlpa bmoumeM lick be1dacbe tern and malaria The only treatment that gives tbe Um just the naht touch nod stun Natures work In tho rlgbt manner le I RAoN LIVE F11L5 1J PELLETS Tbe pm tourhe tae leer sad the polkta woo rho- sywaro if jdoecator dayscatWeeateaadno y lea your te u etctadltgly lad sou- vein bo sea boloro you IIDI3It sternJ Sample free tor oats at all aware For sale by J He WIlliams Druggist Hartford KyR I r lMillinery tOf the Season is- to 50c each to and lace and SOc and to silk and lisle to to hlo just put on salo t our lot of tI Mitts from ono I wo to to trado nt amid Such n of OU have never had nn of Such in yotl never got Such n of you never waste tints soma i t nt once the choice are over jis I rare chance I FURNISHINGS I Ialdks Vests Ladies Belts lOc L Ladies Collars Iurnovera l0c to JairIins Orna- inonts fie 2c Toadies kid Bovur 20c LadiesI t 50c ofI Wo ontiro Sample 11111Flotvora thouseswhich propose sell the below the lowest wholesale prices collection headgear opportunity seeing aAAing prices variety shapes behold Dont hut before things picked i lADifS AND DENTS HnOli 10 25c SOc each liens Undorwear 25e 50c 75o and 1 each lieus slid Boys Suspendors lOc to 50o each All styles oilmen and rubber collulstho most popu Jar shapes halfHose bc lOc 15c 20e 25e and GOe per pair Garters Cuffs nnd CuffIIoldorsovorything- a follow needs to hold himself togetllet It i E P Barnes Bro 9 Beaver Darn ++++++ +++ +++++++++++++++ ot t++ O + +++ HH+H+++ Special Attention to Spring Sales Clothing and Shoos n specialty us our stock in tHis line is very largo andour prices are very low Also our other linesDress Goods amid Mattings- Vo quote you some prices on Clothing which YU will give close attention Mans 1Vool Suits nicely made itll sues 275 Youths Suits flack Clay t 1Vorstedsize 11 to10 Years260 Childrens Suits from 5 to 14 Pantnice colots100 Mons fine Summer Pants 60c this is a worlds beater Mons Shoos 100 Ladies Shoes 100 rtunks IIats Shirts and man other articles can bo found in a firstclnss dry Sol hO1S0 Your Call Will boapp1ecintod and our clerkstvill give Polito utA M tontion Yours for trade SAM BACH Hartford Jfyja P S Feathers Ginseng 1Vool and General Produce nt right prices taken in exchange for goods i l Cj o nsborKKy1ainHlreetIlendgnnrterfor Ohio tOlinI peo- pleAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor rt x r r aya n 0tt I Something New 1 Ii I Every Day0- i tI No matter how often you come 16intoour storewe will always show something that you have ncv- or seen before I SOMETHING NEW IN WHITE GOODS I1honow mercerized Oxfords latest patterns 20c The new Ienoro stripo white goods nowt patterns sheer quality at 15e Tim now crinkled and stttiu strip Marseilles the very thing for prot Ii ty waists 2fic to 35c Now things in Dimitycords a stripes plain whites etc Our line cannot bo surpassed oven in the larger cities Visit us and set Iip prices SOMETHING NEW IN WASH GOODS Sheer quality colored organdies in solid pink light and lark blue lilac and canary at lOc f J3eautiful solection of Scotch Lawn the very thing foil hot weather wenr at 5c New styles in sheer quality of Polka Dot Organdies very nice for chil hails wear a regular lOc quality our price nc Fifteen pieces of choice styles of Figured Organdies t JandSwisses n quality that some houses make t q leaders of at 12 c our low price to you is lOc E l 5 Sec our line It will surpriso you in quality and I- ti Ii prico Ii NEW THINGS LADIES FURNISHINGS t Fansthe leading novelties Choice line of tpretty styles at 6c to 25e Silk Fans 50e 100 alout 150 Boltsexclusive styles found only Fhere Black and white from 25e to 125 The latest creations in fancy Turnovers Collars in Silk and Wash Collars at lOc to 75c Now Dolt Pins IIHair Pius Side Combs Back Comhs Sash Pins Etc No house in the county can show you as- plrotty line of these New fliings FNEW THINGS IN MILLINERY Every day l1dds Now Goods in this department t Now Shapes Now Ribbons New Laces Now Veil toI lug Now Flowers Now Fruit Visit this depart mont Sure to please you TIe hitterItit 31- a 0 t tift JAX = f r IaaaaaaaIiIit1 r I Can Sell Your Real statetThats lily business I have calls every day for good firms f List Jyour propertywith Spa mo if yen want to or soil ImA fine fimn near Palo iii t county of 70 acres45- r illncrs hill land 26 flue bot tool land Good houses jo togoodbarns and a fine orchard A BARGAIN SiA Anderson Dealer in Real Estate iIARTFOiU KY I Buy From ILLDSallderfur r Beaver Dam Ky DEALERIN UtA1 Qrpccricsand HnrdwnroiHar vesting 1llnchincs Farmin t Imploment3 Commercill Fertilizers Field and Gar ton Seeds Etc- ALFRED HUDSON UlhDKR t ONYRfi YOR t llartlnnl Irn- nllcJlnlt sari rennldng duos by any or con trllct Clot hie caUmt btlore you Slva Y01 P contract e Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 8 City Reatantant Read Daviess Co Bk Tr Co ad hot and cold lunches at City Res taurant For pure Animal fertilizer call on W S Tinsley- City Restaurant for everything nice and good to eat Dont buy a Buggy until you have seen ours TAYLOR LRw1- 5Kaulntans Fertilizer was awarded highest medal at Paris In 1900 Sold by Tinsley Daring the Street Fair make your headquarters et the Economy Dry Goods Store Anyone having a horse to be train ed should can on or write S C Blair Hartford Ky Pot polite and careful attention an- firstclass tonsorial work can on Dulllngton Huff Try our Pickles Chow Cow Rei- Ishes Olives Horse Radish c CITY RnSTAUR T Dr D W King Osteopath Ilat W G lIardwick Can Ii needing treatment Consultation end Examination free 4ltf Dont auto come to the Street Fair and guess at the number of pills In a pouud bottle as you may get a 15 0 watch J H WLLVMS Special Ribbon sale Special Shoe sale Special Trunk saleSpeclal Call co Gingham and Domestic sale dur- Ing the Street Pair nt the Eonomy StoreITired Out IIJ was very poorly and could get about the I was antlAycrawellDirs N S Swln nay Princeton Tired when you go to bed getrtired Why Your blood is impure thats the reason You are living on the border line of nerve ex haustion Take Ayer s and be hUlquAkrourdoelorwhat If Ubouttldgnn4- old rlml1r msdlelne Iyotlew h111dtce and we will he IIUln J u ATaacoIgwellDlu We want woolCarson Co New Mnliney every week at Fair Coss Visit Fair Co during the Street Fair May 15 and IG Endless variety of Pane at Pair Cos All prices m to f150 See Carson Dros fine Gun to be given aWRY during Street Fair Bring us your Woolpay cash or trade The place Is Pair Co Buy one of Pair Cos straw Hats II you want to be well dressed James II Williams will fill your prescriptions at reasonable prices Special price in every department during the Street Pair at Fair Cs Ladles and Gentlemens Low Cut Shoes all styles and prices at Fair Cos During the Street Pair make your headquarters at the Economy Dry Goods Store Mr M L Sutton and Mrs Frankie Cooper were mauled by Judge Miller In his office Wednesday We want Eggs and will pay I2yc for all Eggs brought to us not later than Saturday May the 9th The freshest and best fruit of all kinds at Carson Dros A specialty on dayltof Palr May t5 and IG Messrs Ellis Thomas and S T Stevens were elected trustees of the graded school here last Saturday Wantedsoo bushels of Corn TAYLOR LUWIS Hartford Ky We have a small lot of Ladles Kid Gloves to close at Gae sizes 5J to y Ask to see them CARSON Co Miss Ada lIerrel who has been sick nt the home of J E Davidson for the past three weeks Is reported no bet ter You can get a firstclass lunch at any hour at Carson Dros Grocery De sure to visit them during the Street Fair Rev T J Acton will preach at Cane Run Sunday the Toth and at Jingo the third Sunday In May In the afternoon Dr D H Godsey will deliver aI lecture at Pleasant Grove church to morrow night His subject Is Char acter and Success The Masonic order will conduct funeral services at the grave of Charles Martin at Dethabra church on the loth of this month Every visitor at the Street Fair Is Invited to Inspect our line of Buggies and Carriages A car load just received TAYLOR LRWIS We have a small lot of Ladles Oxfords to close at Soc These Shoes cost from I to 250 CARSON CO Dont miss seeing our Bargain Shoe counter Every article on this coun ter Is good value and It will pay you to see Itat Economy Dry Goods Store Spring cleaning Is the order of the day See hair Co for lJattings 011 Cloths Window Shades and Scrims Lace Curtains and Curtain Poles Go to Rtleys Meat Shop lot Meal Flour Potatoes Lime Fresh and Bulk Meattt Country Lard Hams Sides and Shoulders AU goods de livered Its not a question of the cheapest hut the best for your money lilts Peritnzer you want get the best and you save the cheapest Sold by W S Tlnsey Special Ribbon sale special Shoe sale special Trunk sale special CallI durdDry Goods Store The funeral of Miss Mary Morris will be preached at Concord church on the fifth Sunday In this month which will be the Slat day of May by Rev G J Bean Rnymon Phillips lion of Stephen Phillips living about two wiles east of Hartford who has been down for several weeks with typhoid fever Is thought tube Improving slowly IWe have three to four case of Pound Prints Percala and Ginghams In bun dIes that we have been selling nt r to close at6sc Now Is the time to buy remnants CARSON CO Mrs H F Allen who has been visiting her daughter Mrs John n Wilson here was celled to her home at Hawesvllle on account of the illness of her son who has pneumonia WantedEvery body vllllting the Street Fair to call and examine the Bargains and Special Sales at the Economy Dry Goods Storeone price to an Every article m rtd is plain figures On Monday night May IS Mr S P DtVault will give an entertainment at the Court House consisting of select readlhg and music Ills lecture will be f n the Interest or the Y At C A Sheriff W R CumlUlng of Falls oI Rough who has ben appointed as n commissioner to represent Graysou county on the poposltion to tttct n bridge over Rough creek Rt can e Ford was here Friday Mrs Clarence Motrlron Is quite m from an attack of pneumonia at bet home here Iler father and mother four brothers and a sister have a1 been at her bedslde this week Sb Is thought to be some better WANTIW3oor lbs chicken manure I will pay roo per toolbt Manure must be dry and free from litter cnn be delivered to me In Hartford Ky between now and September IS 190J- 4Jt3 DR J R PmTLR A L Williamson whose home near Askins Station six miles east of- Fordsvllle was given a sentence o three years In the Federal prison at Atlanta for counterfeiting by Feder nl Judge Evans nt Owensboro Wednesday See the beautiful 25 dinner set In the show windows of the popular firm of Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists to he given to the one who makes the nearest guess to the number of mixed grain In a quart fruit jar at the Street Pair May r516 Mr Robert Wedding who left here some time ago to accept a position In- St Louis returned Monday He was positionItemporarily on account of His health has Improved since his reiturn and he will soon be able to reo same his work Mr J A Anderson has returned from a two weeks visit to his sister In Colorado During his stay he ex Petienced a Western snow storm the season in Colorado being much later than here He thinks the West has many advantages over the East and he Is no doubt haunted with a long- Ing for a sojourn of greater duration In the land towards the sunset The New Cash Grocery will pay 12c per dozen for Eggs for the next ten days PLEASANT OUTING Hunting and Fishing Club En camped Near Upper Locks The Hartford Hunting and Fishing Club is spending the week on Rough river near the upper locks The clubs boats the Hobo nndthe Dago were utilIzed to transport the pleasure seekers and equipments to the place selected for the camp In addition to the absolute necessl ties of life a large quantity of morqnl to antidote end colic discourager was added to the cargo This forethought on the part of the club Is highly com mendable when we take Into l- errtlon the fact that the country In which they are sojourning Is haunted with malaria and swarming with myriads of gnats of the genus culex The gentlemen composing the party are A D White DtA P Stanley Capt W H Moore C P Nowlin R D Walker T II Black R P Thomas Jno T Moore El Crabtree and Will Moore Hartford Judge Cansler Hopklnsville C M Barnett and J P Thomas Louisville While attending the Street Fair dont forget that Fosters Cash Grocery has the freshest of all kinds of Fruits The Street Fair As the time draws near for the Street Fair Interest In Its success In creases and from Indications there will be nothing to ask for but room to stand The Executive Board met last Monday and completed the pro gramme In every detail and they Ire putting forth every effort lu connection with the business men to make the enterprise a success More prizes ale likely to be ofered chief among which will be a capital prize by the Hartford Bar and also n nice preml urn by the Court House Ring or county officials There are handsome and valuable prizes offered for almost everything the farmers have and as It costs noth ing to come or enter products there Is likely to be n very large number of entries In every ring Do you want to understand the alms and objects of time Slagle Tax If you do you can obtalngll ernture on the subject lice o1 cost by writing to The Brooklyn Single Tax League 1467 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn NY T Saw Mill for Sale i I have n fine saw and plainlng mill with z acres of ground attached ror sale In the town of Hartford I will reserve the small machinery If desired by purchaser or I will sell the whole plant Call oa or address Jom R Prirtrs 422t Hartford Ky ttANTra1SRVIIrAL INIUSTIIIOUS JPon onaln etCh etnto to trove for hone eetnbllah eleven years and with nlnrge torn merchant and nt foruccwful IInd weeklyucashealnryand hotel bill ndanood In rush a penance not esenllnl Mention reference nnd unclose aeltnddreeaeil envelope Tilt NATtoast S1I lIeabom tit Chiengo A The Secret Out By previous armangementa betwee Mr Vebster Cate and Mrs Eliza Cat and myself of Sulphur Springs the contracting parties came to my resl deuce on Much 22 and were hnpplly married Mrs Cate looks young an lull of life while Mr Cate looks sprightly and Is enjoying life We wish them a happy life T J ACTON Argon Oil 4 A medical discovery Cures- Rheumatism Rod Kidney Troubl- I For sAle by all druggists 1M er PERSONAL MENTION J H HH IH I Mr Win Morton was In Hartford Monday Mr T E Butler of Shreve was lu town Friday Mr OE Scott of Prentls was ins town Monday Inftown Monday Mr V M Stewart Utilln was In town Monday Mr John Johnson Magan was In town Tuesday Rev J A Bennett Beds was In town Tuesday Mr J W Petty Fordsvllle was here Saturday Mr C E Wlmsatt of Palo was In town Saturday Mr A G Murphy Jingo was In town Saturday Mr R II Morgan of Magan was la town Tuesday Mr G Davis Royal of Magan was n town Monday Mr Joe Sandelur Beaver Dam was lu town Monday Mr S J Maddox McHenry was In town Monday Mr D W Kimmel of Ceralvo was In town Monday Judge Den Newton of Buford was In town Monday Mr C L Brown Center town was In town Monday Mr S P McKenney of Cromwell was here Monday Mr M J Williams of Ccralvo was In town Saturday Mr G W Simpson of Matanzas was In town rldayIMr R D Martin was In Pordsvllle the first of the week Mr John T Kinkade of Cromwell was In town Monday Mr IIarbe Taylor of Deaver Dam was In town Monday Mr S C Tichenor of Nuckols was in town Monday Mr R H Stevens of Beaver Dam was in town Monday Mr Warren Taylor of Cromwell was In town Monday Mr W R Cook of Beaver Dam was In town TuesdayIMr II A Babbitt of Fordsvllle was In town Tuesday Mr Morris Reynolds McHenry was in town Saturday Mr Jas G Morgan of Maxwell was In town Saturday Mr Clarence DeWeese of Shreve was In town Saturday Mr D H Stewart Manda was a pleasant caller Monday AIr J H Long of Jingo wes a cutler at this office Monday Mr W P Render Srol Matan zas was In town Monday Mrs A C Taylor Is visiting her slater at Sturgis this week Mr M M Dardwell of Taylor Mines was In town Monday Candidates Stevens Bennett and Rhoadrs were In town Monday Mr D J Rhoades of Beaver Dam was a caller at the office Tuesday Mr W M Ashley of Centertown was a caller at the office Monday Esq J A Weller Sulphur Springs was a caller at the office Monday Dr D H Godsey Shrevej was a pleasant caller nt this office Friday Mr J H Torrence of Cromwell was a pleasant caller it the office Fri day Attorneys W II Barnes and R R Wedding went to Fordsvllle yester dayMessrs Buck Dennis and Mottle Tate of Prentls were In town Monday Mr Ernest Blrkhead visited his parents near Owensboro Saturday and SundayEsq II B Taylor of PrenUs remembered this office while In town Friday Rev Joe Acton Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday Miss Ella Belle Austin of Beaver Dam Is visiting Mtos Ella Herring this week Rev E D Maddox Centertown passed through town Friday enroute to Shreve Mr Rhea Armstrong Louisville was registered at the New Commer- clnl Friday Messrs E Plummer and R P Leach of Horton were callers at this office Monday Mr M S Ragland was a witness In the Federal court at Owensboro the first of the week Mr Roy Cox of Nuckles visited the family of Mr A H Rowan Sun day and Monday Messrs C D Douglas and S T Ranney of Cromwell were callers n this office Tuesday Mr and Mrs J P Thomas Louis villa are visiting btu Thomas parents here this week Attorneys M L Heavrin and B D Ringo attended Federal Court is- e Owensboro this week Mr T H Benton Louisville who Is visiting his family at Centtrtown gave us n call Monday J L hurt and Mrs C 0 1MArtin of Jingo were pleasant call ers nt this office Satutdpq- rDl A E Cottrell visited his parents At Owensboro this week He will return home today Mrs T S Marks and daughter Mlss Maggie left yesterday for n via erto relatives In Owensboro- Y Mrrnest Stewart who line been J r attending the All rI College nt Lexington returned to his home at Heflin Monday Mr Webb C Bell of Hopkinsville candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Railroad Commissioner was In town Monday Messrs W C Overhulse and C B Ross who have been attending school here returned to their homes near Smallhouse Saturday Messrs W A Rone L C DrownI Charles C Brown Ernie Frown Cor nelius Reneer and DexterCen tertown attended the Masonic lodge here Monday night Mr W G Denton a native of Ohio county spent Friday and SaturJ day In renewing acquaintances He Is now located In Cincinnati I where he Is engaged In newspaper workE G Chetham J M Dyre Louis yule W H McNair Nashville S A Susong Cincinnati John A Fisher A J Ott Al Smith J W WeberEv nnsvllle were registered at the New Commercial Hotel yesterday Messrs Sam Cox R T Collins Mose Hudson N C Yeiser and II Fields Hartford and E P Barnes Beaver Dam were In attendance at the races In Louisville Friday and Saturday and the prize fight Siluror day night NEW FAiR COMPANY Composed of PublicSpirited and Astute Citizens For the purpose of settling up the estate of T L Griffin the Hartford Fair Ground of which he was partI owner was sold at public sale here Monday It was purchased by a stock compai ny composed of Messrs C M Dar nett S T Stevens Tom Black and R D Stevens All the gentlemen composing thei company are firstclass citizens and thoroughgoing business men Un der their management the Fair Is sure to reach a degree of success it has never attained before They promise many new features and Improvements for the coming FairfEnterprises up men cannot but be successful The price paid was J615 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 buying TAYLOR LEWIS 44SOCIAL NOTES 4 e+ NA 0044444Mssrs A W Daniel and Robert Kara of Owensboro visited friends here Saturday 1tertalnedNew Commercial Saturday evening Messrs Cleve Iler R H Hauklns Virge Cooper Ira Bean Leslie Cooper Chester Stevens J M DeWeese Arch Lewis and Sam Turner The young ladles present were Misses Mabel Hubbard Eva Brown Laura Morton Fannie Cox Florence Mar ton Isabel Cox Mary Bennett Dena Woodward Maggie Marks Mary Smith Leona Fleener and Mattye Moseley The evening was spent In playing flinch A lunch was served at I13o When you want n pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by all druggists m Killing at Jackson James B Marcum n prominent at torney of Dreathltt county was assassinated In the court house at Jackson Monday Gov Beckham has offered 500 for the capture and convictionof the assassin Bloody BreathlUI seems determined not to lag behlng In the dally killing contest tn Ken tacky SCOTTSfMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairingof body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining food rind tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help of Send for froe OIUptO SCOTT da nOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl Stroet New York 8Oo and fBlOOI ill druatstsI l Spring Humors ytrol1be9plmplcs appetltohatindigestion and headacho The sooner ono gets rid of them the better and the way to get rid of them and to build up the system that has suffered from thorn is to take Floods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination tho Spring Mcdiclno par excellence ot unequalled strength In purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radIcal and porImMcnt cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoumt PimplesIIBlood Poisoning Rheumatism atarrh Dyspepala Eta Accept no substitute but bo suro to f got Hoods and got it todayS Notice There will be n can meeting of Preston Morton Post NO4 G A Ron Saturday May z6 at Hartford Iberespective graveyards LARKIN WILLIAMS Corn It BEDA KY 11H7 H a H t I The O and Y Reading Club of Pleasant Ridge gave an entertainment at this place Saturday night Rev R D Bennett Harttord wilt fill his regular appointments at the M H Church Saturday night and SundayMr G Bennett of the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood visited his brother Mr Lindsey Bennett Monday night Miss rIamye Shown Alexandria was the guest of her sister Mrs Say villa Chambelltln Sa urday night Sunday Mr Azro Rowan and wife attended funeral service of Mr W B Tich suer at Woodwards Vally Sunday Mr Walter Parks Hartford was In town Sunday Quite a number of young people ram Alexandria and No Creek at- ended the entertainment at this glace- aturday night Mr and Mrs Azro Rowan went to Hartford Monday Mr J W Hatcher is ill at this writing Mr L B Tichenor wile and children r of near Hartlcrd were the guests of Mr and Mrs W C Am Saturday night Mr Alney Tanner and wife Pleasant Ridge spent Saturday night with Mr Leonard Hoover and family Profitable Merchaudisillg Winter has ended in this shop No more pushing out of odd lots no more cleaning up of broken Thats done with Its spring now and our store is fortified in every section with the newest and the best These goods we shall sell at a prof and you expect to pay a profit when you buy them but it is only a small profit a just profit a profit that you will pay with pleasure feeling that every dollar spent here you are receiving an honest return Thus the new spring opens and the selling begins in the right way Wide Cloths For Suits The Tailormado Suit is again lithe thing The materials these Suits are many and varied We show this sess4n as never before a variety of widQ Cloths to choose fro The popular weaves the popular colors the popular pri The Nevi Wash Stuffs file atmosphere of spring pervades tllo Wash Goods section The crisp bright lots of woven and printed Cotton look most tempting The prices will tempt anybody with a- Wash Goods wish Goods that satisfy in quality and price Curtains and Draperies Housecleaning will soon begin Youll want a pair or two of curtains perhaps Wove got themmade of muslin made of lace Portiors also in the most approved styles and colorings For a hint see our beautiful exhib- itMattingcarpet or If its a Carpet or Matting than you can make no mistako by a careful investigation of our handsome spring stock I- wo cant suit you tIle fault is ours not yours Bolt upon and dozens of different and latestylo patterns The Stocking Story Every line repletesizes right qualities right prices right If thoro are any other rights that belong to stockingbuying and stockingwcaring youll find them hero also Hose for children that will stand almost all sorts of wearJNewsy Notions Notes Not a day goes by but you want some little thing that this Notion section can supply We believe Notions can tbe bought hero i thats why we so often emphasize them Everything in the Notion line at more notion prices Carson fl ColINCORPORATED HARTFORD KY Security Mutual Life Insurance Company 31ngliarmtom N YIssues all forms of POlicy Contracts at the lowest possi blo rates consistent with absolute safety Why not carry your insurance with this Company Have the Policy Registeredthe reserves deposited with the State or New York as trustee and make this the most sacred of your investments absolutely secure For information regarding Policy Contracts call on or address E W PATIERSON Hartford Ky Threshing Machines Traction and Portable Farm Engines and Machine Supplies of all kinds made by the famous JI Case Machine 1Co for sale by N a W Skaggs Dundee Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 8 Illinois Contra RallrondTlmo Tablo New time rard taking effect JSnndsy Dec 7 102 at ron nncl Konlh Bonnd- NolSJ dae B37a m No ll daell17 n m No 101dae247n m No 101 due 347 p In NolM do ISM p in No 131 due 85 m Ioritl FrelBhl No 91 due 73Jfira No 193 due 247 pm 8 B VAiiutTiR Agent GROWN IN KENTUCKY Thousands of Square Feet For L Agricultural Products COLLECTION OP EXHIBITS BEGUN IEverything That Springs tfrom tho lllch Soil of the Blue OrAlS Btotc tp Have a Floco la the Worlds Fair Display One Depart meat For Freaks p1 Kentucky will havo 12000 square toot of space In tho Agricultural build- Ing at tho Louisiana Purchase exposi tion next sear Five thousand square toot of this will bo denKod to a col JocUfo exhibit of tobacco 5000 to general agricultural products and 2000 to whisky Col Ion B Nail Stato Commissioner of Agriculture Is chairman of tho committee on exhibits of agriculture and horticulture for tho Kentucky Exhibit association and under his direction agricultural and horticultural products will bo gathered for BOOO square tact of poco in tho Agricul tural and for 3000 square feet of pace in tho Horticultural building Col Nail has Just Issued a general cir cular of Instructions known as No Ion tho collection of tho agricultural displays to the subcommittees in tho different counties of tho state the total membership of his committee lUll subcommittees numbering 449 In introducing this second circular Col Nail says Tho object of tho ox hibit Is primarily to advertise Kentucky her land her opportunities and everything that will tend to attract attention of homcEeekcrs and invest ors to her yet undeveloped resources COL ION D NALU Chairman Committee on Agriculture Her prospects in many respects aro unequalod and in a tow exclusively her own While much of her land Is In profitable production there are many thousands of acres lying Idle or only producing half what should be grown Those neW only tho touch of cUllIful cultivation to bring the maximum ot crops Wo need the help of the educated farmer from whatever source ho may conic Wo need capi tal to furthor develop tho stato and Improve her lands he Worlds Fair gives ua tho opportunity of obtaining this needed nssletanco by letting the world know what wo can do By their fruits shall yo know them II Following this tho chairman takes tip different agricultural products and gives minute Instructions to county committeemen on tho collection of same Ho asks for eomplea of grain as follows Corn Entire stalk 10 In number with blades ears and tassels com plots oars 10 in number shelled onsthlrd gallon In strong cot ton bag The varieties should all be shown white yellow red mixed popcorn Kanir corn etc Wheat Sheaf nino Inches in diam eter bound with twine or wire threshed onefourth bushel In cotton bag should bo shown In every variety grown In tho state The macaroni and Emmer wheat should be shown Oats Sheaf nino Inches in dlam ttor bound with twine or wire shell cd onefourth bushel in cotton bag Black white mixed winter and every other variety Rye Sheaf nine Inches In dlam pier bound with twine or wire threshed onefourth bushel In cotton bags White black and any other variety known to be grown In tho etotoDarleyBheat nine Inches bound DS abovo threshed onefourth bushel in cotton bags- Buckwheat Eheaf nino Inches threshed onefourth bushel in cotton bogs O W Waddy of Waddy and J B Walker of Hopklnsvlllo are chairmen Of the subcommittees on grain for tho eastern and western districts of tho state respectively- On grasses Col Nail says that all grain in tho state whether for mead ow pasturo or forage should be In eluded These sampled ho states should be about six or soven Inches in diameter for the long grasses and loss for th short ones and should bo carefully cured so as to retain bright color and sweetness Ho wants Lao seeds of each variety of grass shown In samples of one gallon each J W Smith oil Olcndalo Is at tho head of the ftubcommlttoo collecting grasses The lion J J Johnson of Louisa Is to look I especially to a display of grasses from the mountains While a special committee of which Mr Chas D Campbell Is chairman will have charge of tho tobacco ex hibit at tho fair 001 Nail has deemed it wlsd to Include In tho general agrt SHORTHAND A valuable accomplishment fOr ever young man woman I Learn it Hero Wo teach all business branches Correct method Largo patronage Enter any time jOOO fOil 178 A rVfiBK Writ for catalogue LoekjMfl Business College E MTI U1tl1rtHdipidr efiri1 tl t1cMi1 anti has Vb cod In charge of tho collection of same H M roman Of Ghent for the burley type Bamucl Ewing of Owoneboro for tho dark exI port typo and Judge T T Gardner ol Bardwell for tho purchase types Theso gentlemen will only undertake to got two or thrco good samples from each tobacco growing county for hibition among other products of stato Col Nail says U Is proposed thoI this space to also show the plant from the seed in Quart jars to I samples of 10 pounds na It Is sold on the market 110 Instructs that sum pIes should boo six to ton hands of about ton loaves oath Ho also wants an exhibition in all their stages of oncImleaerect tho chairman announces a small section of a barn and securo enough sticks of tobacco to show the luring process It will aloe have seed stalks and seed capsules on display Ono of tho most attractive exhibits In tho agricultural department will bo that of hemp Major David Castleman of Pleasant Hill having consented to look after the collection of this display This plant will be shown in nil Its stages from seed to lint and It Is contemplated that an oldfashioned brake will bo secured and an exhi bition of breaking hemp will bo given by the champion breaker of Kentucky An old negro in Mercer cdunty holds tho 1902 record for hempbreaking It is possible that some will lower tho Mercer county during 1903 The Exhibit 1 recordI wants to send to tho t champion hempbreaker and will be glad to havo reports from different j hemp sections on any exceptionally largo breaks The samples of hemp seed will be onehalf bushel in cotton bags and samples of the bundles about eight inches In diameter at ho middleMr Clarence Sale of Louisville will bo in charge of the display of gar den products Ho expects tho greater J part of his display to be mado from the crop of 1901 I Quito n largo space Is to bo devoted to silos and forage plants Dr P W t Foote of Irvington having accepted tho chairmanship of tla committee Colonel Nail days an effort will bo made to secure a large gloss tube in which to exhibit sllcgo Leguminous plants useful for forage and hay will bo gathered under this department Mr M F Johnson the president of tho Kentucky Horticultural society and chairman of tbo horticultural commit tee of the Exhibit association will have 3000 square feet of space in the Horticultural building in wblch to make a display of Kentucky traIts He Is laying plans for tho biggest exhibit of this kind ever attempted by Ken tucky It is his purpose to keep a continuous exhibition of fruits in Beacon during 1904 Not trusting however to uncertainties of seasons Mr John son will endeavor to secure some of the finest fruits this year and will keep same in glass or in cold storage for the Fair Tho display of fresh fruits will bo requested from all the cOunties and Colonel Nail says should bo looked to locally from ouch county undor instructions to be given later The floral display Is to be made un der tho direction of Henry Nanz of Louisville Space Is also to bo devoted in tho agricultural display to novelties Un der this head will come any freak of nature in tho way of tho largest pump kin the twin ear of corn tho stalk with most ears on It and in fact anything savoring of tho soil and yet unusual In its way It will also Include all the native wild products such as nuts grapes pawpaws black and red haws and many other things that are about to be lost as tho country is settled Colonel Nail asks county committees to take special Interest in this depart mont as it will show tho range of production the soil is capable of WORLDS FAIR NOTES- A clock made entirely of flowers Is a Worlds Fair feature This clock has a dial 100 feet across and Us hands ore CO feet long It is tho largest timepiece in tho world Tho demand for lithographic prints of tho official flag of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition is growing rap- Idly The big business houses have sent out a great many thousand of themAn emergency hospitAl has been es tablished by Medical Director Laldley in the northwest entrance pavilion of the Educational building at Worlds Fair at St Louis Tho pavilion toni porarily converted Into a room by clos- Ing tho doors is CO feet square Work on Jerusalem ono of tho great concessions on The Pike will begin in a few days Tho Holy City will be reproduced and It will appear as it did in tho days of Solomon More than half a million dollars will be spent in completing tho work which will be historically correct An express car loaded with about 100 turnstiles from Cleveland 0 reached the Exposition grounds last week It is seldom so largo a shipment as a carload comes by express but the immediate need for the appli ances caused tho dispatch The State department at Washing ton reports that the Emperor of Korea has formally acceded the Invitation lloqlva JanollisltntnO tall InA VISY 30 nonu upuadpnl LiDAS 2UtI nlu IJOJ jsorain 11 B3t1ltn MJOX jo uojjav lIug SItU Zijunoa sIlt jo liqiqxo eir aoj sjuomoSuwwB envui 01 oq j nq Uhf Jllt uoulqro UI JOSIUllU IIIIt pavxuip seq aoaodtua oqj uouiaodxa osuqwrid uurj9jnoa pqj uj v ud esjoj 01 ICASTORI A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IDears gnsturoo- fPuzzleFInd the 0 flfthe Democratic Party The young Beckhnm machine has some bowels ol kindness when thing ore going all Its way Listen to Judge Henry B Hlnes of Bowling Green chauffeur of the Red Devi that broke the political legs of Mr HendrickWe Intend to force anybody else to withdraw train the various races We are willing for everybody to run and have a chance but we dont like people who go about tell- Ing all sorts of political tales about the party Thats straight goods It come from an appointee of Gov Beckham his State Inspector a member of the inner circle of the Office Holders Office Holding Trust Having outted Brecklnridge and Hendrick oil the track and cleared the way for Bock ham they are willing for the smaller chaps to play at running in the pri mary Everybody can run and have a chanceprovlded the machine counts the votes and lands the slate But In order to even tend like running for office the candidates must be good little boys and tell no political tales against the party The machine doesnt like candidates who dothatAs was the only party about whom tales have been told it Is evident the machine regards Beck ham as the party Has the good old Democracy of Kentucky shrunk to such dimen sions Louisville Herald p p YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC When ron take Ororei Tutvlcvi Chill Tmlcb cane the tormala Ia plainly printed on e T bottle nbowlDR that It I ilnit ljr Iron and Qu nine In ntatUlmaforui N o Core No Injr in- ca s ATTENTION Wbeliln Owcnsboro call on Win Cimlilou dealer In pare straight Whlnkleg Appl and leacb Brandies Agent Frank Febr brewing Co Jag orders will rewire Irompt ntuntlon The bet f100 Whlikry In the State Wm CUSHION Owensboro THE TRUE VAMPIRE An Csporl IWO With h lllood Iud ina Aolinnl In India Chancing one evening to observe a rather largo bat enter an outhoti from which there wsa ito other cgriws than by tho doorway I was fortunto In ho lag nblo to procure B light mid titus to proceed to the cupturu of the animal Upon finding Itself pureued it took thrco or tour turns around the apart ment when down dropped what nt the moment I supposed to bo Its joung and which I deposited In my handkerchief After a somewhat tedious chase I then secured tho object of my pursuit which proved to bo a lute female nicgndcruia I then looked to tho other bat which I had picked up and to my considerable surprise found it to bo a small kind of plplstrclkj which is exceedingly obun- dontlhrouShoutlndl The individual now referred to was feeble from loss of blood which it wee evident tho nicgaderma bad been suck- Ing from a largo and still bleeding wound under and behind tho ear and the very obviously suctorial terra of tho mouth ol the megadenna was Itself Bufllctent to hint tho strong probability of such xtng tho case During the very el ort tlmo that elapsed before 1I entered the outhouse It did not appear that the depretlator bed once alighted and I am cntlsfled that It sucked tho vital lluld from Its victim as It flow having probably seized it on tOO wing anti that It wan seeking a quiet nookI where It might devour the body at leisure I kept both animals separate till nextI morning when procuring a convenient cage I first put la the tuegodcnna and after observing it for some time I placed the plplstrcllo with It No soouI er was the latter perceived than the other fastened upon it with the ferocity of a tiger again seizing it behind tho ear and made several efforts to fly olrI with It but finding It must peeds stay within tho precincts of tho cage t soon hung by tho hind legs to ono 3ldp ot ts prison and after sucking its victim till no moro blood was left commenced do Touring It and soon loft nothing but tho bend and some portions of thollrnba Deast and Man In India Jim Dumps was a most unfriendly man Who lived his life on a hermit plan Hed never stop for a friendly smllo But trudged along In his moody stylo Till Force one day was served to him Sinoo thon thoy call him II Sunny J- imForceIIIe Rdyto8crvo cereal a better builder than a vacation Navsir Tti i of It- 41j om considerably sdranced toward eighty years of age 1 have of late been almost rejuvenated by the Me of your Tery ejcellent prepBratlon which you have rightly designated aa Force tire at It IE T1IIauoLll Wl U DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST GO- OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital S50OOO Stockholders Addtl Llibllily J50000 Qysrsnte Fund forCuitomeri 5 100000 Depotit rwclnil fI3wt to check Costa oothlac to deposit or check out AU cao be don br mall latercit pad on time Atrru i II PER CENTt0rtmu7thJ5Or4reeen irtborterreModt Interest byna ImmIote11 Call or write frfurther par 1UI T a VSUEltSOV IM i- tLwCan for a Senatorial Convention At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee oi the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December so 1902 it was ordered that a convention be held in each of the voting precincts In said district on Saturday July 11 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven turn to be held at the county seat of each county In said district on Mon day July 13 1903 at i p m which county conventions shall elect dele IIto193 i p m a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation In the 1 county convention shall be one doleJgate for each 25 or fraction votes cast for McKinley for President In 1900 and the basis of representation In the district conveution shall be one vote tot each 100 or fractiont over 50 votes cast for President In 19 v The candidate reI celvlng a majority of all the vottSC cast in said district convention shall Repub1Hcaoator In said district NICHOLAS ARRASShmnIM S RAGLANE 41000 IN PRIZES The Owensboro TWICE AWERK MESSENGER will distribute 41oo- in prices of which 100 Is In golda among Ita subscribers on and after this date and until May 9 19 3 at 4 p m who estimate the nearest to the correct vote Josh Griffith will receiveI in Davless county in his State Treasurer In the Prlmar tlon May 9 Ten estimates will be allowed with I each 100 paid In subscription to TIlE TWICEAWEEK MESSEN t alpersonyears as as many single subscribers of one each and for each dollar paid earI have the privilege ol making ten tlmntcs Write us at once for a sample copI of THE TWICEAWEEK MESSESt GER containing full this offer also for blanks to use In making this estimate Address THE ME3SENGER Owensbpro Ky Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah and the Pee ICAFrIIGH EO TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Point In TEXAS MEXICO iinrj CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CrtELECTRIC Fsi Fsrlkit iBloraillos Adiertltlof Mitlir Etc iiHrns R T O MATTHEWS Tmfjil III horn 202 liullibll tug HIIISnilE IT H C TOWNS Q pay AQT ST LOUIS io P J1CASJORIA For Infants and Ohildron The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theI Signature 1of n- UsaI For Over Thirty Ye- arsCAifA THt eiHT UI COMMIT EwoPiClTT tm V Worlds Fair Ro- uteBO SWLow rate excursions Season I93 One way Colonists Tickets to points in California Arizona TexasOrtgon Washington Montana Idaho and Utah Tickets on sale every day to April 30 193 One tare round trip to St Louis National and International Good Roads Convention April 27th to May 2nd Tickets will be sold April a6th and 27th Good returning to May 4 Dedication Ceremonies Loulsana Purchase Exposition Worlds Pair April 30th to May 2nd Tickets will be sold April 29th to May rst Good returning to May 4th Thirtyfirst Saengerfest ot North American Saengergund June 17th to 20th Tickets will be sold June i6th and 17th Good returning to June 22 San Francisco Cal National Asso clatlon Master Plumbers May 9h 22nd Very low rtes Tickets on May 2 and 3 and May nth to 15thI Presbyterian Church May 21St to une 2nd Very low rates Tickets- on sale May 2 and 3 and May nth to iSth Final return limit July isth Boston Mass Notional Educa Association July 6th to loth One Tare plus 13 oo round trip Tick ts will be sold July 2 to 5 Good re 12IDenver International Convention United Society Christian En andIBaltimore Mil B P 0 E An nual Convention July 193 Rate and dates will be announced later For further particulars consult any gent B O S W or address O P MCCARTY General Passenger Agt Cincinnati Ohio or JR S BROWN Dlst Passr Agt Soulavllle Ky IIICra Railroad Irwit preparations are bolnx mail for the en tcrtnlnuirnt nt New Orleans ol Vetrrant and heir friends on the occasion ol the Annual Renunion United Confederate Veterans Vhlc takes plnce In New Orleans Mpy 19 to S3 1105 and In order that large number tony at end there has bern rondo on the Illinois Con rvt II II II rate ot 1 Cent a Mile In ench direction from nil station south of tho Ohio river to New Orleans Tickets at this rnte for this occasion will be on salt May 18 to 21 and for trains ncbcdnled to naive In New Orleans before noon on Tny 22 They will Ix good tor return until May 34 nnd cnn be extended on pnyment ot We to JaDe 1C Particular otyoar home ticket IAJ McDOUUAM rr Agent Now Orleans F W IIAIiLOW- IHvMnn Ilmwnwpr AKcnt Lout vllli A II 1UX OSI I A JioAKcoTTAOlAC- blcngo Ueui hu Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advanceROBYHOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited 1IT FredrlenM Oweniboro Ky 14 f To Cure a Cold in One Day j I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PlY J on ev j Seven MUllen boxes sold In part 13 months ThIs Signature Q SKjZfrvi bOX 25c SPECIAL PRICES Wo hnvo in stock tho following sizes of rubber bolt that I wo nro soiling nt n reduced price This lino is all good goods mndo by reliable manufacturers and is n bargain at tho prices 111111101S325 foot of 3 inch rubber Bolt 4 1yat Sc per footl1G5 4II 4 ply utIleII 12SII 5II II 4 ply at 130II 2 6II GII II 4 ply at 100II 2GOII 7IIUIY at 18cII a 325II 8to IIJply at 210II 150II 10II It 4 ply nt 270II 75II 10II II o ply at 330II Lees Machine Works n iXCOItlOKATBD OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Homo Phono No 449 Cumborland No 253 COLtlH SALOON BARTFORD I yHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parkor Ryo Old AV S Stono und Old Internationalspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO l f ft fCOST NO lORI THAN PLAIN ONES 1ST White BronzeMarble IB entirely out of date Granite Soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant ezpensc and care and eventually crumbles bACk to Mother EArthI Besides It la very expensive White Bronze is everlasting It cannot crumble with the action ol Irost Mossgrowth Is an impossibility It Is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has monnmlntAnand by thousands ol delighted customers in all parts ol the country It has been on the market over 25 years and Is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds 01 beautlfuldeslgnsof grades of norkand want to have yon see them If you are Interested In a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs andI sample ol White Bronze Yours truly KyAgentCons FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children and pnbllc genetaII7 Inritcd to vote to popularIn lneUnleabove trip ezpcnKf of teach en to go into erection of the Kentucky ItalldloeatlbeUz 1 voter thns Iven the latttbctlon or knowIng aworthy eati e and Important t I1TC nthe same time favoitte teacher hit received rcc Contest con pIItducatfontlmittee of Kentucky Itxhlblt Aifocutlonthe organisatlot i Ionized to roh ioo a Kentucky Dnlldln and full prodUCIIlatt the Legtalaturo I1nnlrtailed to make an appropria lion the publiemember of faculty of academy college orunivemity medical dental or theological tntItutoa ndacaUoDItshlbltI ameaofa1tschoolchfIdrrnotIng to be enrolled In the gentuckyliullding at the tsfOrltlon Kentuckywili hive an exhibit occupying a5co eet of apace Ihe 1alace The Itxposltlon Is to be the grate InternatIonal nenln the world his lory The no teachers chosen will be lucky Indeed to tendered this to the Pair Ititicounty elect Its own mot populir educator ThecoanlyoullldeorJeUenoneutlnglbeJaf1led number of votea will be II1l to send two most popular the second most popular IHB TOTES Will BE TEX COTS EACH TEJ COSSTlTTJTOa A BILLOT i Alien cent each every school child In the State trill be able tocait at least one voU for bit 5 or her zyorite teether Dot the voting wm ziot be conJined to adroo1 children rsnxns op PCPIL OR AU or TRETU vninvs JUT TOTE The pnrpoie or the Auocl- ation being to elect the most popular school teacher luechtOUntl uoconsidered by the pubti generally as well ss by the school cbUdren Bullets contain tea spaces so clubs or ten pupils may be arranged and each giving tea cents be credited with his or ber vote If one person sires to cut ten votes It be done by writing blsor her nameon ore of the spaces and remit ting one dollar It U not required that the name ol the voting be given at all Fill ofthe spaces for volen nawel Uiay be blank The Association w5nts however to enroll In the Kentucky Building ot 51 Louis next rartbe came of child who cst one or more votes In the contest Pupils are asltetl thetefare to sign their names plainly to the ballots ALL EXPENSES OF TIlE TEiCIIEBS WILL BG PAID by the Association This will Include railroad transportation from Louisville to SL Louis and return board at one oi the best hotels In the city for six days and admission to the exposition gionnds for six days TIinEE PARTIES WILL HE MADE VP FROM TilE MOST POPCLAH TE ACHEHS to make the trip more pruatable cud more enjoyable Itacb of these parties will consist offorty 40 teachers This would make a total oll20terebere but as there are only 119 counties In Kentucky the AsiocU lion has decided to allow two teachers the most popular and the second moat popular to go from that county Jeflerson exceptedwhich casts the greatest number of votes In the contest ALL TE1CIIEKS W TIlE STATB 8TISD OS AX EqUAL FOOTOd in this contest The teacher with twenty pupils may receive more the teacher with five or six time HS enrolled or her because the voting Is not confined to children The publli willimportanthictoaVotes who taught school during 1901 or Is teaching now This gives the teacher ol a five months school which closed In November or December tIle opportunity to be voted or during the vacation penod AliT SDIBEU OP 1ULLOTS JIVT BE CAST AT OSE TIME There Is no limit The moreldol lirasent in for one teacher the more votes he or she will be credited with ONB DOLLAR CASTS THN VOTES t TWO HOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTES t T1IRK8 DOLLARS CASTS THIRTY VOTES I POUR DOLLAR CASTS 1ORTY VOTES 1lVlt DOLLARS CASTS PUtTy VOTES TUN DOLLARS CASTS A In1NDJtltD VOTES ONE UUiDItED DOt IARS CASTS ONB THOUSAND VOTES All of the money received In thlll contest over and above that ued In defraying expenses oI the 120 most trllelterlor the State on thelrUlpa to thc World Volt will go Cor the cite tlon ofa uilding ot the exposition mo everyvoter In this contest way have the additional satisfaction ofknowing that lie has old II worthy cause Tnt srxnixa oi Tile COUESTITS TILL DB PRINTED VIEQtENTLY In eadtCODDty to how hll or ber friend bow the race II being run begin for I- Seacher TlievotewIll be counted under the of the Itduentlontl Exhibit Cominftte- ibfthc Auoclatlon The committee I ma followuf Imf U O nroWl1ell Lout v1lle Chairman rrof 111 eCheneYltrantrort 11mr Ro 1 Jlallecll Louisville lro W U- lIrt olomew Louisville rrct I PauL Anderson Lexington I Dr Chase Palmer Danyillel Vet ideaL Wllllnll1 DlnwlddicJscksonDrW OProstIJcrcaLir D n Jluntoon Iouisvilletflr Li Y Mullin yoiiaoille t r Arthurlger Georgetown J SuperlnteodentltA Cld Leo Superititendent S x lrogge l Irol C IrufttcUen kho4a Owensboro 5 Alley Bellevue Imf Co C Cherry howling Green t ProC tno Spencer Louisville IIltItlle SIII11 Loulnl Ie t Sirs It lIracken Loullvllle and Mra itt D Tucker LoullTlIIc Jeml1c of the Educational Committee are not cllgibe to election In bls contest BEHEJinEB ETEnt CODSTt ELECTS ITS OWN FATOHITE TEACHER Competition between counties only tlp llelO the rscetor the imth trip the outside of the largest total being grunted thedllUocllon tw teacleee toncralulatOTrraIlIlMeaeh teacher UO = pr- Auat fjot which be or she wants to make the trip CUP OUT TillS BALLOT PILL UP BLANKS Aflp MAIL WITH III 91IWnI or as the most popular teacher in Tcounty ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED I tipa bc I ba lOc I 1o bc I bOo 100- I bOa 100 Voters are not to lRn their the Ansodstlon wants all school children I voting to do so as It will eprolllhrm In the Kentucky Building Voters have the option of sending ballot direct to h RecfsUry of the Association or to theI paper Irom which I AddltionI biilofa be obninctl by lIel tin IC extra of Ihls papri- yemlttaiicei way be mode tycertibml hrckngllterrd leUer f cnt postage espies Of toPSecretary Ky I ccc AiL U 1OmJ91IIl J1tIlPID JCI 1I1HXKTT C K Huirn BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAltt roltl KT WIIIIractlrelbftJrprotlonlll all the court ot hio and ariJnlntngeoantlenndCaiirtol ppea1- pecial attention given to all ImilnvMeatruwd to heir cam Collertlon and the Iractlco ot Crlm- InlillDd Real K tato Law Rrmlnltle Ode la tICItniLleAX lIaIIJiiig JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AlLAW- HARfFORD KY makingbstractUr owe north Ide pulIcaqaare J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice bbprofoulon In Ohio andndlola Crointlm tiptdal attention glrw to all bjuI- osa entrusted to nU ran S P ROBT LI11rFORnlTIILr tbecnariAolOhiotlperlal attention glean to eollMtlom E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practlc hI prolnwloa la ill th courts o KenttKkjr Special attention given to collections ettUmeot nl ilwrdent Mtatn rnad er aid criMlnal practice OOc upstair Urlffln block J S H WEDDING ATTORNEY ind COUNSELLOR at UW I1ARTFCJRDKY Will praetlnt lit protrfulon la all the roart ot Ohio nail adjoining ronntlm and tb Court at Ape peal rronpt attention given to all bnitnnx atrutal to hIm COt No HT OnUr Strut R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT- lrn lon Attorney and E mla rtorOhluOuin tJ Offlr our Ohio Cooatjr Ilaak LI L IIKAVIllX EIINK8T WOODWAIU I HEAVRINWOODWARD QQtt i Qt 1 UiRTroiD Er- ttlIll irartlo thai prntranlun la all the Court IdalUoni llfflr nut door to hank ol JlarUurd W H BARNES Attorney at LawASnOOOSTY ATTOrtNHT 4 JDillAol Htrltt attention ulllb glvn tonal bntlnfM Dtin ttd to bla taro Cettertloo m- iptci Itj Once la IDlt1E1 coatthoeeiirr CtoCcunts rtmlt uetW T Owen Jail JC now Attornrj iwrtlHtro 111 Rloek Jaflvri 8A Andvnnn iVrk Hunan llolbrook Ma Ir Com mlMluur O tl lllM Tratre Junj Peed CA I1 Kvowa Hhrrin Hartford l rntrIIH rlIJU KMIWO urM Krown Jo II ItolitrU It L nurd FI mHI TMia aaOoartconr BMllntUon day In Uureh nd August and cuntlBOM thrt wcrk nmt third lonlal la Amy and Non rahrr two wre- ksCoUtIonrtJ I MUter edge MRltag nnd Clerk W II Oars Attorney Hartford WConrtconvtnn final Monday la each month Quarterly Cunrt Ilefrln oath third Monday In April Jnly Oetoberand Jan nary CoUrt otClaim Convene Scat Monday In Jni onryTuMilay after wound Monday la October Other omllreJ II Wood Mcrvoyor Ornlvo Frank Low Au Mor lleda Jam IXWrwm school Superintendent Hartford lien U Dcvii Coroa rHalphnr Sprin- gTviotleoo CourtII F Hadf on Dearer Dam February 11 May IS Angnit SI November M Uto W Martin Dalt to n February 11 May II A RBSt IS Xovetaber 12 Jno It Iraham Narrow February at May I Anrnst a November 11 T A Evans Fordivlll January It May T Afljrntt 27 November I J AIIIh IlofordFbronry T May t tn nst 12 November 7 W A lion GvnUrtown Febrnary I May II August It November 9- I J Wlleoi lloekport February 20 Mar I Aagut S5 Nomtutwr II SXcxrtford Zellco Court Jno II Wilson Judge J 8 R Wedding City Attorney K U Iarln Manhal Onset eon venm second Monday In eorh lIIoDtbirjollclovio it M E Chnreh Honth Service third Sunday In each month at 11 a in mud I p tnand Inertia tnadayatlp in 1rnjer mcotlngevcry Wednes 1 day evening Itev J C 1etrle 1IlltorrItaptUt Cbnrch fiervltM held 1 efteb month at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meet loBr ryThamday evening Ii C 1 Chareh Benrlces Seat Sunday In meh jmonth at II a m and 7 p m Ilev J U liar t ned pastor 4 School Trustee ItArtfordJa r Miller J 8 nieun 8 T Stevens lJ M blocker J H II Car Ii 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