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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN t If Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL aaA OF m pun is IBB rousts CONCESSIONAL DISISICT Subscription a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 15 1903 No43r nmu Tho healthy woman need not fear the change which comes at the beginning of lifes autumn It is the woman who te worn out run down and a sufferer from womanly diseases naturallydreads the change of life flu lajJie critical period of womans and the prevalence of womanly makes It the duty of woman who would avoid nnneceuryiueiuLU ucare of herself at this time The ills which vex so women at the change of life are entirely avoided or cured by the use of Dr Pa voritc Prescription It makes weak women strone enables the weakest to pats through this trying change with the tranquilltr of perfect tbletimeMargie lona1or Munson I1tlon Clurlleld CD Ia I am come to thc time of duolfme I was alck In td nnd when abc came to uc JoluIInnmuflhacovnyatiothemThejrdldraeajmort or Fairtterrrcr1ptIon 1 never laW auch a CUrt Debit I corn mencnl your remedUa I was for nothing t was In uch mUenr I hardly knew what to do snyctfAnilDr Pierce Pleasant Pellets ore easy and pleasant to ta- keMEATMALT i I1IOIt TONIC ND coN TltUCTIVI Thee LHe and Strength la Every Drop A sdcstiflc cotnbteillon of the mcotlilc- ottttUutaU of PRIME BEEP and I PURE OLD MALT LoolirUle Ky January u sos UEAT It HALT CO Loulirtlk y- Centkmenlhvlnceuntlnedvrnt taiidM lt ptttnatIon an1I1nar ullIta lull1ed with Its and nod of tanLacIuie wt IIeIIis III blood tontc I lh anvttf ant InTlrnraua ai EUlct tn Mima proilntlaiiaiid aiunlol with dcbllitr Voora UuIY- I D KASTEKniKE MD IxmbtlUa CoUcsc of rtiaraucr MEAT A MALT 00 Loulivlll fl C3JBL T OXIX jOL Beiii thaKItd Yta Ha isit 8Jit Slgutue dct BUY THE SEWING MACHINE Do trot bo deceived tbono who od- vcrtlHo a 6000 Sowing Machine for I1MOO TliUklndofa machine can bo bought from uaorany of our dralera from 51500 to we MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tim Feud determines tho strength or I wcnknuttt of Double FCIM combined with other Blrting makM the NOW Ifouio F tho best Sewing Machine to buy llelor CIRCULARS S2S2vr- emnnuCacturo and price before purchualuu THE NEW HOME seWING MARIN GO ORANaC Mass Union Bq N Y Chicago III Atlanta da- BL LouUMa jnlliviTox Han Vnineboo Oal FOR BALE BY I hm had occasion to me your DlitkDMUjht Stock and Poultry McdV 1cineond am pleased to say that I never I uttd anything for that give hall u good utlifaction I heartily ruonv i 1 mtnd It to all owners of stock J D BELSHER St Louis Mo 1 triBck stock or poultry should not J m stock food more than tick pertona should expect to be cored by Whm9uratock- t I and i- Iclnc are give them I Dont tuJl them withworth I less stock foodi Unload tho bowels i stir the torpid liver poIIlfbowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of st If taken In time a 25cent can of Btoclc and Poultry odIcinonndItwII1payforitselLten- timesover moro milk Hogs caln flesh JttAndliens moro Isolves tho 4i of making as much blood flesh and as possible out of the smallcatnmount of consumed Buy a can from your dealer iiir- L CONVERSATION Old Gordon Graham Pork Packer Chicago Writes to Ills Son Pierrepont Dear Pierrepont Yours of the fourth has the right ring and it saya more to the number of words used than any letter that I have ever received from you I remember read lug once that tome fellows use Ian guage to conceal thought bnt its been my experience that a good many more use it instead of thought A business mans conversation should be regulated by Sewer and aim pIer rules than any other function of the human animal They are avcJomhiigtauy- Say it- Stop talking Beginning before you know what you want to say and keeping on after you have said It lands a merchant in a lawsuit or the poorhouse and the first Is a short cut to the second I maintain a legal department berend It costs a lot of money but its to keep me from going to law Its all right when you are calling on a girl or talking with friends liter dinner to run a conversation like a Sunday school excursion with stops to pick flowers but in the office your sentences should be the shortest dis tance possible between periods Cut out the Introduction and the perora tion and atop before you get to see ondly Youve got to preach short sermons to catch sinners and deac ons wont believe they need long ones themselves Give fools the first and women the last word The meats al ways in the middle of the sandwich Of course a little butter on either side qf it doesnt do any harm if its intended for a man who likes butter Remember too that Its easier to look wise than to talk wisdom Say less than the other fellow and listen more than you talk tot when a mans listening he isnt telling on himself and hes flattering the fellow who Is Give most men a good listener and most women enough notepaper and theyll tell all they knowV- ACATIONS I hear a good deal about men who wont take vacations and who kill themselves by overwork but its nan ally worry or whiskey Its not what miD does during worklaghoure but alter them that breaks down his health A fellow and his business should be bosom friends In the office and sworn enemies out of it A clear mind is one that is swept clean of business at six oclock every night and isnt opened up for it again until after the shutters are taken down next morningSome fellows leave the office at night and start out to whoop It up with the boys and some go home to alt up with their troubles theyre both in tad company Theyre the men who are always needing vacations and never getting any good out of them What every man does need once a year Is a change of workthat- Is 11 he has curved up over a desk for filty weeks and subsisting on birds and burgundy he ought to take to fishing lor a living and try bacon and eggs with o llttle spring water for dinner rrjiv Of course all this is going to take so much time and thought that you wont have a very wide margin left for golfespecially in the afternoons I simply mention this in passing be cause I see In the Chicago papers which have been sent me that you were among the players on the links one afternoon fortnight ago Golfs a nice foolish game and thrre aint any harm in it so far as I know except for the balls the stiff balls at the beginning the lost balls in the middle and the highballs at the end of the jcunie But a young fellow who wants to be a boss butcher hasnt much daylight to waste on any kind ofllnka except sausage links Of course a man should have a err taln amount of play just asIa boy Is entitled to a piece of pie at the end of his dinner but hie dont want to make a meal of It Any one who lets sink j era take the place of bread and meat- I gets bilious pretty young and these fellows who havnt any job except to blow the oil mans dollars area good deal like the little niggers In the pie eating contest at the county fair theyve aplenty of pastry and theyre attracting a heap of attention but theyve got a stomach ache coming to them by and by APPEARANCES I dont mean that you should dis trust a man who Is affible and up prnachable but you want to learn to distinguish between him and one wh 14 too affable and too approachable The adverb makes the difference be tween a giOJ and a bad fellow The bunco men erent all at the county fair and they dont all operate with peaIii Consider carefully before you say a hard word to a man but never let a chance to say a good one go by Praise judiciously bestowed is money investedNever learn anything about your men except front themselves A good manager needs no detectives and the fellow who cant read human nature cant manage it The phonograph rtcords of a fellows character are lined in his face and a mans days tell the secrets of his nights Be slow to hire and quick to fire The time to discover Incompatibility of temper and curlpapers is before the marriage ceremony But when you find that youve hired the wrong man you cant get rid of him too quick Pay himau extra month but dont let him stay another day A discharged clerk In the office is like a splinter In the thumba center of soreness There are no exceptions to this rule because there are no excep tions to hunman nature Never threaten because a threat Is a promise to py that it isns always convenient to meet but if you dont make It good it hurts your credit Save a threat till youre ready to act and then you wont need it In all your dealings remember that today is your opportunity tomorrow some other fellows Keep close to your men When a fellows sitting on top of a mountain hes in a mighty dignified and exalted position but if hes gazing at the clouds hes missing a heap of inter eating and Important doings down In the valley Never lose your dignity of course but tie it up In all the red tape you can find around the office and tuck it away In the safe Its easy for a boss to awe his clerks but a man who Is feared to his face Is hated behind his back A competent boss can move among his men without having to draw an Imaginary line between them because they will see the real one If it exists Besides keeping in touch with your office men you want to feel your salesmen all the time Send each of them a letter every day so that they wont forget that we are making goods for which we need orders and Insist on their sending you a line every day whether they have anything to say or not When a fellow has to write in six times a week to the house he uses up his explanations mighty fast and hes pretty apt to hustle for business to make his seventh letter interesting Right here I want to repeat that in keeping track of others and their faults its very very important that you shouldnt lose sight of your own Authority swells up some fellows so that they cant see their corns but- a wise man tries to cure his own while remembtng not to tread on his neighbors ROOSTERS Ive heard n good deal In my time about the foolishness of hens but when It comes to rightdown plum foolishness give me a rooster every time lIes always strutting and stretching and crowing and bragging about things with which he had noth- Ing to do When the sun rises youd think that he was making all the light instead 01 all the nojse when the farmers wife throws the scraps in the henvard be crown as if be was the provider for the whole farmyard and was asking a blessing on the food when he meets another rooster he crows and when the other rooster licks him he crows and so he keeps It up straight through the day He even wakes up during the night and crows a little on general principles But when you bear front a hen shes laid an egg and she dont make a great deal of noise about it either THOROUGHNESS Youve got to believe that the Lord made the first hog with the Graham biand burned In the skin and that Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls couraces and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentIfor a to be afflicted with weak kid heysi lithe child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when ihechlld reaches an age when It should be able to control the It Is yet afflicted with bedwettlnr depend upon the cause of the difficulty Is Kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the samo great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fiftytVcent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall II free also pamphlet tell rtoma of SwampRoot log all about It Including many of th thousands of testimonial letters receive from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont mike any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr KII ers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton I NY on every bottle u d g the drove which rushed down a steep place was paced by a competitor Youve got to know your goods Irons A to Izzarrl from snout to tail on the hoofand in the can Youve got to be as proud of em as the young father of a 12 pound boy without really thinking that youre stretch ing it four pounds Youve got to believe in yourself and make your buyers take stock in you at par and accrued Interest Youve got to have the scent of a bloodhound for an order and the grip of a bulldog on a customer Youve got to feel tbe same personal solicitude over a goods that strays off to n competitor as a parson over a backslider and hoW special services to bring It back Into the fold Youve got to getup every morning with determination if youre going to go to bed with satis faction Youve got to eat hog think hog dream hogIn short go the whole hog II youre going to wlu out In the porkpacking business Thats a pretty liberal receipt I know buts intended for a fellow who wants to make a goodsized pie And the only thing you ever find In pastry that you dont put In yourself Is files success Boys are constantly writing me for advice about how to succeed and when I senl them my receipt they say that I am dealing out common place generalities Of course I am but thats what the receipt calls forI and if a boy will take these common place generalities and knead them In to his job the mlxturell be cake Once a fellows got the primary business virtues cemented into his character hes safe to build on But when a clerk crawls into the office in morning like a sick setter put and leaps from his stool at night with the spring of a tiger Im a little afraid that if I sent him to take charge of a branch house he wouldnt always be around when customers were Hes the sort of chap who would hold back the sun an hour every morning and have it gain two every afternoon II the Iord would give him the same discretionary powers that He gave Joshua And I have noticed that hes the fellow who invariably takes a timekeeper as an Insult Hes pretty numerous in business offices In fact if the glance of the human eye could affect a clock lace in the same way thatji rnanjs country cousjns affect their city welcome I should have to buy a new timepiece for the office every morning nova Boys are a good deal like the pups that fellows sell on street corners they dont always turn out as repre sented You buy a likely setter pup and raise a spotted coach dog from It and the promising son of an honest butcher is just as like as not to turn out a poet or a professor I want to say In passing that I have no real prejudice against poets but I believe that if youre going to be a Milton theres nothing like being a mute inglorious one as some fellow who was a little sore on the poetry bus- Iness once put it Of course a packer who understands some thing about the versatility of cot tonseed oil need never turn down orders for lard because the run of hogs Is light and a father who un derstands human nature can turn out an imitation parson from a boy whom the Lord intendedto go on the Board of Trade But on general principles Its Lest to give your cottonseed oil a Latin name and to market it on Its merits and to let your boy follow his bent even iflt leads him into the wheat pit- From Letters from a Sell Made Merchant to Ills Son by George Horace Lorimer By permission of Small Maynard Co Publishers Boston Mass In Farm and Orchard The way to guard against summer complaints which weaken and cleo bllate Is to place the liver on guard by a course of Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets Twentyfive dos es for 25 cents at J H Williams Call for a Senatorial Convention At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December 20 1902 it was ordered that a convention be held In each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July XI 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven tion 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 gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Saturday July 18 1903 at i p m to nominate a candidate for State Senator In said district The representation In the county convention shall be one delegate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President in 1900 and the basis of represent tion in the district conveutlon shall be one vote lor each 100 or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President In 1900 The candidate receiving a majority of all the votes cast in said district convention shall be declared tbo nominee the Republican party for the office of State Senator in raid district NICHOLAS DARKASS Chrun ks RAGUNB Secy T Dim GAMELY Sanfliguel Continued to Fire After He was Down Details of Ills Death and the En gagement In Which it Oc curred Show how Brave the Outlaw Was Washington May ri Unofficial reports received at the war depart meat give additional details of the campaign which resulted in the death of General San Miguel and the ut tertouVofnia band oj outlaws by the Philippine scouts commanded by IieqsNlckersona1d Reese The scouts located San Miguels band about holfe way between Caloocan and Mariquina in a strongly fortified corral and blockhouse built by the Spaniards many years ago and to well concealed by jungle that It had escaped discovery Lieut NIcherson annd Lieut Reese and their men made a gallant attack on this ttrong hold under a very heavy fire from the enemy through the loopholes In the wall around the blockhouse The sscouts charged over the wall and en gaged the enemy in a handtohand combat driving them into the fort In this assault Lieut Reese was shot through the thigh just below the groinSan Miguel surrounded by a devot ed bodyguard ol about thirty men undertook to slip through the line but being discovered put up a plucky running fight Lieut Nickerson with fifteen men attacked San Miguels party but withheld their fire until within short range when they put three bullets through San Miguels body San Miguel died gamely shooting while lying on the ground wounded Six of his bodyguard were killed The remainder escaped to the dense jungleThe fight lasted about an hour The enemy lost forty dead that were counted and the jungle concealed other killed and wounded No pris oners were taken Many valuable papers we found on the bodies of the dead and wounded which are said to contain evidence bgainst several ptominenVofficlals ir Ihepr6vlnce p a p Too Groat a Risk Inalmostevery neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus often before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand The risk is too great for anyone 1o 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 upop For sale by all druggist m OA SXI oaXA Bnih The Kind You Haw Always Sought r2JjotExcursion and Cheap Rates One way secondclass Colonist tick eta Will be sold dally until June 15- franC Beaver Dam to San Francisco and other California points at special rateof33 75 On account General Assembly Presbyterian church Los Angeles Cal Nay 21 to June 2 round trip tickets will besold from Beaver Dam to Los Angelese and San Francisco at rate 01 53 55 going and returning via direct routes and 64 15 going via direct route and returning via Portland and northern route Tickets on sale May 2 n 12 13 14 15 16 and 17 19 3 Return limit July 15 1903 On account G A R Encampment Louisville Ky May 19 to 2a sound trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville for 3i5 tickets sold May 18 and 19 limited to May 21 for return p In reply to Inquiries we have pleas ure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepara tion of that admirable remedy in that cleanses and heals membranes affected by nasal catarrh Thero is no drying or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm Is Tidapted to use by patients who have trouble in inhaling through the nos hnd prefer spraying The price Including spraying tube 75 cents Sold by druggists or mailed by fly Brothers 56 Warren Street New York dSTORXABun You HattAlwars Sought dthettlIJfJ Nasal CATARRH In all Its stases their ihaald be cleanliness Elys Cream Balmc- leanseaaooUieiand heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives sway scold In the brad I qjCream Balm U placed Into tha nottrlll priaii over tie Bcsraoo and ii absorbed BeUitU Im mediate Intl aciiro follows It II ant drjtnKdwi not produce aoeezlns Largo Size 80 cents at Drag gUU or t r I Trial Size 10 ccnU by mall ELY BIIOT11E83 W Warren Short Now York t i a CRIMINAL DOCKET I Of the Ohio Circuit Court for the May Term 1903 2ND DAY TURSDAY SlAV 19 4103 Comth vs A B Schlletzbaum 4102 Coruth vs J W Boatner 3974 Comth vs John Daflron 3530 Comth vs Warren Cundiff 3532 Comth vs Same 3523 Comth vs Same 3540 Comth vs Jim Burns 3635 Comth vs Rns Tilford 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jan 3763 Comth vs Same 3814 Comth vs Fletcher Hardison 3656 Comth vs Lee Tilford 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 866 Comth vs Sip Rhoada t I 3873 Comth vs Thomas Tatum r 3876 Comth vs Juston Jackson 3881 Comth vs Same 3893 Comth vs John Turner 3889 Comth vs Jim Shultz 3921 Comth vs Lou Morgan 3915 Comth vs Same 3816 Comth vs Same 3917 Comth vs Same 3918 Comth vs Same 3RD DAY WEDNESDAY MAY 20 3919 Comth vs Lon Morgan 3920 Comth vs Same 3965 Comth vs Same 3966 Comth vs Same 3997 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3958 Comlh vi Wm Benson 3960 Comth vs W E Russell 3996 Comth vs Chas Moxley 4000 Comth vs Claude Slaughter 4008 Comth vs Dock Porter 4009 Comth vs Same 4021 Comth vs Forest Chinn 4r91 Comth vs Alonzo Galther 4029 Comth vs James Lambkin 4040 Comth vs Andy Alford 4041 Comth vs Gray Arbery 4047 Comth vs Robt Owen c 4056 Comth vs Walker Kahn c 4058 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4061 Comth vs James Burden 4062 Comth vs Walker Kahn 4063 Comth vs Louts Griffin 4069 Comth vs Bethel Austin 4071 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4TH DAY THURSDAY MAY 21 4046 Comth vs Mitchell Taylor 4064 Comth vs Tom Baird 4065 Comth vs Same 4066 Comth vs Same 472 Comth vs Sam McKinley 4073 Comth vs Louis Griffin 4078 Comth vs Will Engler 4083 Comth vs Lee Awtry 4074 Comth vs Harvey Barnes 4085 Comth vs Virgil Mills 4c86 Comth vs Emmett Tyro c 4087 Comth vs J W Wilson 4088 Comth vs Archie Johnson 4092 Comth vs Lincoln Smith 4093 Comth vs Claudus Royal 4097 Comth vs James Espy 3508 Comth vs E A White 359 Comth vs Same 3510 Comth vs Same 4098 Comth vs John Awtry 4099 Comth vs Thomas Awtry 4if9 Comth vs James Wilson 4110 Comth vs Chester Foster 5113Comth vs B B Collins 5TU DAY FRIDAY MAY 22 4M7 Comth vs George Loyd 4118 Comth vs Jack Kelly c 4119 Comth vs Isaac Travis c 4121 Comth vs James Wilson 4122 Comth vs Verraond Cooper c 4123 Comth vs Ed Coleburn 4124 Comth vs Ira Travis 5126 Comth vs Luke Taylor 4127 Comth vs Ernest Ernbry 4128 Comth vs Cicero Smith 4129 Comth vs Jim Burton 4132 Comth vs John Daniel 4134 Comth vs Ed Curtis 4135 Comth vs Ernest Embry 4136 Comth vs Same 6TU DAY SATURDAY MAY 23 4137Comth vs Daniel Miller 5139 Comth vs Luke Taylor 4140 Comth vs Same 4143 Comth vs Cicero Smith 4144 Comth vs Florinla Taylor 4145 Comth vs Leslie HInes 4146 Comth vs Daniel Miller A copy AttestS Clerk Looking for a Moses- A number of mill girls of New Jer sey have issued the following remarkable open letter Who will be our Moses The girls of such and such mills want to leave work at 5 oclock evening and have Saturday halfholiday every week In June July and August The man who can gain this for us If sin gle can marry the belle of either shop the belle to be voted for by the other girls It is safe to say that eacbIIbelle will be entitled to one personal vote YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK luG When you tike Groves Tiutrtiva Chill Tonic be cnnea the formula Ii plainly printed on ever but tie howlnit that It la nlmuly Iron and Quinine In atiutclfsi form No Cure No ray 26e A PROMINENT COLLEGE JN One of SaysI Mr John W Hong 51 Jefferson Avo Indianapolis lad Stats ReprwenUtlTO of Indianapolis Business College writes t- II firmly believe that lowe myfine health to Perunll Constant travel and change of food and water wrought havoc with my stomacb and for months I suffered with Indigestion gadcatarrh of the stomach heft that the only thing to do was togive up my which I felt very reluctant to do Seeing an ad of Peruna a specific for catarrh I decided togive It a trial andused It faith fully forsix weeks when Ifound that my troubles linda disappeared and Iseemed like a new man I have a bottle of Peruna In mygrip all tho time andoccasionally take a few dotes which keeps ao In excellent health Jnhn w Mnnt i a iHE tonphases of summer JL catarrh aro catarrh of tho stomach and bowel Fcrana Is a spoclflo for summer catarrh lIon Willis Brewer Roprosontatlvr in Congress from Alabama writes the following letter to Dr Hartmans House of Representative Washington DC Tho Forana Medicine Co Columbus 01 Gentlemen I haw used ono bottle of Peruna for lassitude and I tako pleas are In recommending It tc those who THE MILLER Since time began Its been in vogue To call a miller a heartless rogue lie may be honest true and brave But still hes called the city knave lIe grinds your grist and takes his toll Just what was rlghtbnt then he stole For nothing good was ever said About a miller until he was dead Some of the patrons will insist He stole their sacks as well as grist Then they try to make It seem He followed around to steal the team The people call him the city thief Of all sinners he Is chief Hed better bn dead and In Shoel Than try to live by taking toll Sa If by labor you exist use swear youll never grind a grist Work at something beg or burst And save yourself from getting cursed Beg steal lie or kill But never run a custon mill Of any trade that eer had birth This one Is more than life In worth Then let me die with the sad refrain I never shall take a toll again Whether I go above or below Twill matter but little to friend or lac- ExcuANon a GREATLY ALARMED By a Porslstont CoUgh but Pormanontly Cured by Chamoorlalns Cough Romody Mr H P BttrbaRe n student at law in Greenville S C had been troubled for four or five years with a saysIIgreatlyfear that I was In the first stage of consumption Mr Barbage having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try It Now read what he says of It1 soon felt a remarkable change and alter using two bottles of the twentyfive cent size was permanently cured Sold by all druggUts m TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Toke laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablet All drnmtUU relnnd tho mousy II It falls to cure K W tlroysa signature In on each box Z5c CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYRgJAL PILLS o oflocooJtolJ ileA 8U6e te lIt Atwara reIab1LdIukntatat fat K2VULINKID ftd and ribbonTakeBayoIyourIruggl4or Ldheekaerb7all l rurol ta- CH10UBBTBB OHBUrOAL CO s100 JIllIOn Nquare IllltJU VA utah wPabst need a good remedy A a tonlo it la ex caDent In the short tlmo I havo used It it has dono mo a groat deal of good Willis Brewer If you do notderive prompt and satis factory results from tho UBO of Foruna writoatoncoto Dr Hrtman giving a full statement of your caab and ho wilt be pleased to give you lila valuable ad vlco gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to I Colorado Utah and the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CartELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARSIMul a la Carts TRAINS fir FiirUir lafenutloa UiuHibf Hiltir tIc Udmi R T O MATTHEWS IfHfiu Itf stem 202 Eqillikl life ICtllSWll IT HCTOWNSCNDOrtT AST ST LO- UISDAVIESSOOUNTY BANKTROST001 OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital 500006tockholdtn Addtl Liability 50000I Quaranli Fund for Cuitom ni1 00003 Depodta mclred subjoet to chock Cotta nothing to dtpodt or duck on JU1 eu b done br nulL Interest paid on HUM dtpodUi OPERCENTI0riJnontlJaorleeroenttorborterrtadL Call or writ for further paitlcnlwa T1Io AXDE1UOX VnMtmt ror oii tlrmllon Take Lyona Mxallro Syrun an Ideal remedy tot ptrtLROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IlKCOBroBiTED Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where youcan buy your own phones and build own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough RIyer Tel phone Company or they will be nt the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu I lars call on S T Stevens Manager i Hartford Ky s Groves Tasteless Chill Tonichas stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed wkh every boWs k a Tea Cent package of Groves Block Root Liver rIDS I t Hartford Republican blUed br tbe Hartford 1nbIIshegCompany- lrroarofAVrn tsrctitctnaCumlorlancS34I2oafh sVor 32 FRIDAY MAY IS Unto at AtI rllelulr- Tranlent ndrertlcmenta 40e per Inch ant lnaortlon 1IOc Per Inch each nllllltiouallnicrtion epedol ratu on yearly contract Local noticebe per Jlne lIt Inertlon rc per iloeach nddltlon81lnoettlou Carlll of thank reeolutlonS and oLltuntl l0 +AnU a line Cash In advunc- eREPUBLICAN TICKET FOR RnrRESRNTATIVRI DR A D PARK Rockport KyIFOil CIRCUIT COURT CLERK n GDARRASS Taylor Mines Ky 7 ANNOUNCEr1E1r8rot We are nutbotled to onn SenatorplIESSETT aB n candidate from the Seventh Senatorial nLtrlcteubJectto the action of the Repabbean party We Ute allthorlzed announre S1 STEVENS aaeoadldateforgtate onator from the 8et- enth Senatorial mtdctubJect to the action of the Repobllcan party trenrenuthorleed to announce D UAEE- BIUIOA1laoacandidate forState Senator from the Snenlh Senatorial dlelrict nbJett to the action of the JlepuLIiCIID party Joss they left you out bgoab PUZZLE Find the candidates who received the largest number of votes in the recent Democratic primary Two men were killed and two fa tally wounded in a street duel d Yazoo City Miss Saturday The center of feudism seems to have moved t3oulh- WE desire to call the attention of the defunct candidates before the pri mary last Saturday to the vacancy in the office of Coroner in Breathitt county Tun long cherished dream of a railroad for Hartford seems about to be realized Any individualwho stauds in the way of the success of the enterprise should be driven into exile LAST Saturday Democratic primary election was tremenduously quiet and appallingly gloomy here in Hartford Coming evcntq had already cast their shadow before TwENTY sls farmers In Davies county have organized themselves in to au Insurance AssociAtion It has for its object the mutual protection of the property of its members from fire and storm WE purchased the territoryof Louisiana for 815000000 We cer thinly consider this a great bargain for we are now making preparation to celebrate the event with a 830 000000 Fair- MAYBE the outrageous theft and wholesale fraud committed over the State last Saturday in the Democratic primary was only an organized ef fort to make the Music Hall convene tion appear respectable TIlE Office Holders Trust at Frankfort cares about as much for the Pose Mortom statements of its victims as it would for an excited chairmans report of one of Bjoernstjern Bjoern tons poems backwards In his native tongue MANY counties in Kentucky are enjoying the convenience of rural de livery mail routes It is safe to pre dict that Ohio county will never get a free delivery route until she gets her public highways in a condition to justify it- TnEY do things funny down in Florida sometimes The legislature passed a resolution demanding a con stitutiona amendment providing for the election of U S Senators by a direct vote Immediately it passed another asking the Governor to veto the first and ho done it Gov BRADY of Alaska suggests that the territory over which he presides be divided into two states and that one of them be named Lincoln and the other Seward Something should have been done long ago towards advancing the political status of Alaska and should it be divided Into states no names could be more appropriate than those suggestedI Ir has been rumored in certain quarters that a Democratic primary was pulled oft here last Saturday This might or might not be true however for indirectly or in versoly perhaps more or possibly lese as is usual in such cases and still it mayor may not be according to whether it did or did not occur but also besides it not always as heretoI lore described possibly yet we wouldnt be dogmatic about anything which might be doubtful Motuus BELKNAl has expressed his willingness to accept the Republican Gubernatorial nomination He is a young man of the finest educational attaInments His war record is highly creditable while his business life has been eminently successful and commendable What a striking contrast there would be between a Republican ticket headed by this honorable and chivalric young Ron tucklan and the gang who in the language of thoPostobtainod their so called nominations by highway reb cry last Saturday TILE remaims of Alexander R Shepherdwere exhumed in Mexico and buried in Washington last week with imposing ceremonies His lifo was a portrayal of the fickleness of public sentiment While Governor- of the District of Columbia 30 years ago ho conceived the future great ness of the nations capital and inaugurated a system of improvements on a grand scale Public sentiment rebelled at the cost of these expen slve embellishments and drove Shepherd into exile Subsequent years have proven his longsighted policy to be wise and public senti ment has swung round andmade him a hero heaping every possible encomium upon him Man never knows whether posterity will view him as a tyrant or place his stature in a hall of fame HI IIII AIra111111ralr tHH H H H t t Messrs C D Nail and R D Sned den went to Owensboro last Sunday Mrs D G Young Beaver Dam was the guest of her mother Mrs Garaldlue Hines the first of the weekMr Claude Myers was In Adrle the first of the week Rev J A Miller of near Paradise filled his regular appointment at the Presbyterian church last Sunday Mr Dudley Puller of Devler was here last Sunday Mr Joe Evely of Island was In town Sunday Messrs Lewis Kittinger and Lewis Numan of South Carrollton were In town the first of the week Dr Jne Ferguson South Carroll ton was the guest of Dr P D Smith the first of the week Mr John Brecker superintendent of the chemical plant herewentto Ev- anaville last week on business Mrs D G Young Beaver Dam Misses Cozte Reid Maybelle Maddox Myrtle Hines Rockport and Messrs W J Rowe Render and H R Graves went on an excursion trip to Adrle last Sunday Mr Miller Reid and Miss Josle Ham attended a party at Paradise last Friday night Miss Myrtle Hines visited In Beaver Dam Tuesday There will be a large crowd horn here attend the Stsw tr ir Hartford today and tomorrow 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being n constitutional disease re quires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces o1 the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu tion and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so tOuch faith In Its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CnENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7Sc Halls Family Pills are the best swww o SOCIAL NOTES a o ee ttreSLyman Williams visited In Green vine Sunday and Monday Messrs Chester Keown and Albin Patin and Miss Annie Moreland vis- Ited Misses Eva and Norma Drown near Centertown SundayiA ball will be given at Sulphur Springs on the 27th of May Byron C Barnes Beaver Dam so Journed In Hartford Sunday Prof Sam E Turner and Miss Mary Bennett visited near Livermore last weekMr E H Blrkhead and Miss Isa belle Cox attended Quarterly Meeting at Goshen Sunday f f fff SULPHUR SPRINGS KY j590 tHf t The farmers are very busy since spring has opened up The cyclone struck Dundee Tuesday and left a ten pound boy at Mr C L Armendts Mr Reno Fielden who has been here at his fathers Mr Frank lileld en with abdominal trouble Is no betterThe general health of the neighbor hood Is good The Fair this week at Hartford Is all the talk The opening ball at the hotel next Friday week the 22nd Is assured Miss Jessie Reynolds and Mr Til den Morrison of Fordsvllle were here Sunday Mr Joseph Pomlnvllle of Stlllwa ter Minn after having spent over 2000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advls ed hy his druggist Mr Alex Rich ard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets lIe did so and Is a well man today It troubled with indigestion bad taste In the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give thrse Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For sale at 2S cents per box by all druggists wR INDORSEMENTlr M L Heavrin Asked to Announce J for State Senator In view of the long and faithful service rendered the Republican party and the eminent qualification and fitness of the Hon M L Htavrln for State Senator we the undersigned voters of the Fordsvllle voting pre cIicts respectfully petition and urge him to allow his name to he present ed to the Republican Convention for the nomination for said office and pledge him our hearty support We believe the nominAtion Is due him and urge him to grant this our request H RJamel J W Cheek H D LaId S G Aubrey AT Gard Rusaw BarJ M C Barham Alex Wells J T White Huston Dewitt W C Petty Nuton Anderson J L Roberts James H Hedden Jas Morton W T Whlttitghfll W D Tnurmtn S G Dalton T C Aubrey L R Duvall John Allen Geo H Hedden Late Byers Ernest Dasham W C Petty F H Redden R J Williams S P Roby Tno M Key John W Hufi W S Gaines Buck Owen Mitt Wlthnm Jesse Newton Joe HUtard A J HArris Lafe House G H Roberts Manul Brooks Jas A Doling J R Murphy 0 T Cobb J W Smith S T Kissinger las W Martin C C Brown A Shapero J W Burden Charley Shown P B Martin Elvis HInes J H Murphy G H Smith J H Loyd Ike C Adair Andrew Henderson Warren Craig Joseph Uskrldge Dock Oller Frank Robertson Frank Hines C C Baird R R BransforJ M S wise- S 0 Keown George Halts James Turpen J J Roberts Tom Dean Sherman Rusher E Hedden Joe Hedden Sherd Basham George Cheek Geo W Roberts Edwin Forbes J W hue J AWells- ROSINS We the undersigned Republican voters of Rosine voting precinct here by call upon M L Heavrln to mak the race for State Senator In this the Seventh Senatorial District of Ken tucky and In the event he does so we pledge him our support for the nomination and for the election Without disparaging either of the candidates for this place before th- Renhilcan e party wr rocognlze that the party and the State need for that position a man of legal experience and training and that Ohio count y should name for the place a man who Is not only willing but able to prop erly represent the voters of the distract and state and we feel that hi nomination and election would be a matter 01 advantage to the Common wealth and of great Importance to to the Republican party W M Bryant J Raley E F Nimmo J M Brown M Awtry W H Pierce John johnson Alex Foster J H Right Caleb Royal Riley Hurt Sam Johnson G B Johnson S L StClair- J W Wilson J C Wilson J H Ragland Stuart Kendall r J Bryant JR Ashford J D Bailey E W RAymer- B J Hurt J D Oliver C W Stewart Wm Crowder Robert Stewart J F Nimmo Simon Faught j D Leach Harrison Peach W Q Peach J D Clark C F Jones H L Stewart James C Hall J M Clark D D Leach H C Awtry L P Crowder J H C Wright Joseph Shroader- F T Wilson I B York C M Dehart Alex Shroader- T H Watson J T Autry- N A Pierce Ed Pierce John Pierce Den AwtryIR C Stuart J H StClair- N A Daniel C W Royal J W Jones E W WrightI ROCKPORT April 8 r93Mr M Heavrin Hartford Ky Dear Sir We the undersigned citizens or Rockport and vicinity rtquest and respectfully urge you to declare your sell a can11date for the nomination ofJ State Senator subject to the Seua tonal Convention and we hereby pledge ourselves to use all honorable means to secure said nomination to said position believing that with you as our color bearer you will lead not only the district but the county nom Inees to victory In November J A Woodburn R M Truman T W Engler S I Lender Wm Wilson A AustinISlyman Mines T C Payton J n Clark J A Fulkerson Louis Rowe RM Jenkins J C Durell G W Tilford Wm H Maddox George Dratcher Pouzo Decker L O Williams Salem DeckerrARTNAYILLR In view of the long and faithful service rendered the Republican party and the eminent qualification and fitness of the lIon ML L Heat rln for State Senator we the undersigned voters of the Aetnavllle voting precinct respectfully petition and urge him to allow his name to be presented to the Republican conven lion for the nomination for sold office and pledge him our hearty support We believe the nomination Is due I and urge him t5 grant1hls our II Newton C W Bowman Cbarlle Price Elias Bryan Robt Mills Wm Mills D B Bryan Estel Bryan Joe Johnson Robert Flndel Henry Brown James Dean Pete lierizlag Robt McGrnil Thomas Moore Eugene Phillips- T J Pryor Steve Dasham Elias Sanders Ben Newton Otha McHntoucll Geo Harber- A R Mills Walter Sanders J J HuffC- RRALVO Wf the undersigned voters of Ceo ralvo Ky call upon M L Heavrln- to make the race for State Senator from this the Seventh Senatorial District and we pledge him our support r A Kimmel H T Allen R J Bratcher M J Williams John Duncan Lam Coleman C M Hlnchee J C Allen L M Welster J M Duncan h D Davis J S IIefin E W Smith H A Smith Wm Chancellor J R Curtis- G H Cssebler B A Casebler E L Brown J Reid Keep the Balance Up Itobas been truthfully said that any disturbance of the even balance or health causes serious trouble Nobo dy can be too careful to keep this balance up When people begin to lose appetite or to get tired easily the least Imprudence brings on sickness weakness or debility The system needs a tonic crates It and should not be denied It and the best tonic of which we have any knowledge Is Hoods Sarsaparilla What this medicine has done In keeping healthy people healthy In keeping up the even balance of health gives It the same alstlnctlon as a preventive that It enjoys as a cure Its early use has illustrated the wisdom of the old say Ing that a stitch In time saves nine Take Hoods for appetite strength and endurance 44844Mb tJ f t 4 I 4- MANDA KY f 11tlt1111y11tlttHealth In this community Is good except that of J P Sauderfur and Miss Sarah A Leach- e Mr A Leach and wife and little daughter near Cromwell visited the family of Charlie Shultz Saturday night Miss Rosa Park near Ball Knob attended church here Sunday Ms Viola Robertson Smallhous Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A H Stewart Rev Kelley felled to fill his ap polntment here lat Sunday Mr Black Leach near Hickory visited J J Leach Sunday Mr Perry Baize Taylor Mines vis Ited his parents near here Sundaes j F Deck le settles along nicely with his broken arm l f f iCERALVO KY r1tttH7 aH1 H t tt111H Dr J M Everly was In Louisville last week Mr Ab Hill went to Newberglnd some days ago Miss Eddie Everly and Mrs Em ma Fulkerson spent a few days at Point Pleasant last week Mrs Kate Bennett Is quite sick Thirteen candidates for member ship to the West Providence church were baptized here Sunday Mrs B F Graves Is on the sick list A number of the young people from here attended the Quarterly Meeting at Goshen Sunday Little Miss Lucy Cundiff Is visiting her uncle James Sharp Miss Dellle- Rudaly Is on the sick list v Take just a mite of Ramuns Tonic ReJtultttor nightly and you will be pleased with the effect That tired exhausted feeling will dl appear 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 Is just the state a systematic use of Rsmons Tonic Regulator will produce 25 cents at J H Williams Xoep It In Your Rome And when the bowels fall tit act properly take a dose of LYoNs LAXATIV- USVRupIt acts gently but effectually oil the kidneys liver and bowels will keep system in good working order and make your completion clear For sale by J ThosAllen RoslrieKy I f i CENTERTOWN KY f 1H1tHt H trtfi551ttirfi75 P5 Mr Isaac Foster of Beaver Dam was here tart week ou business Mr T H Benton visited his farm- y here last week and returned to his work In Louisville the 6th Mr W W Shacklett and daughter Miss Docia of Island visited relatives and friends here this week Mr W L Docery and wife have gone to visit relatives In Butler county Mr Ml MI Dexter Is home again alter spending a term In Louisville Dental College Mr Cost Rowe of Denton Ky is visiting his sister Mrs L C Mor too and his blether Mr Alvin Rowe here Mr Wlllllardln of Point Pleasant visited lire this week Farmers are very busy planting corn and preparing tobacco ground Messrs E M Morton and S M Dexter visited Musonic Lodge at Ceralvo Saturday night K Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headache 2sa All drulltlitl Wan your mouauehn or Ixrrd a eauurul brown or hhekr Then u BUCKINGHAMS DYEWh alitora 22e Dwan e e Mu a co h iis ON THf PRiMARY I Machine Runs Over all Oppoi sltlon Rough Shod No Mercy Shown Any One Out side OfficeHolders Trusta Here Is what a Democrat Deputy Jailer H P Garr saysbThe robbery was appalling Had Chenault had the vote of every citizen of Louisville cast in some of the pre cinch he would have been outcount ed In these places three to one The election officers had been so well drilled that not a semblance of a chance was left to any man not on the ticket The machine men to my actual knowledge began preparing ballots Friday nlgnt and before t oclock Saturday morning bad big lots of signed ballots ready for servo Ice in case of need Where Chenault had representatives to look alter his Interests these bogus ballots were not used until alter the polls were closed at d oclock Then they were put In to very actlveservlce We caught these fellows In the act of stuffing the boxes There can be no doubt about It We saw the operation with our own eyes and in the face of our of- jections we were told that we were lucky to get as many votes as we did No trick and no scheme was too outrageous for them to use Louisville Post If the socalled Democrats accept such results as binding they are unworthy of the name they bear The party la ruled by organized fraud and violence ItI Is the victim of practices the party sought to legalize by the passage of the Goebel election law The people of the State have compelled the Leg lslature to modify the evils of that statute but the practices it countenanced Saturday ruled the Demo eratic primary and recorded the results agreed on In advance by the party bosses I dont understand the new meth od of counting but I do know that I as well as my son voted for Thomas N Arnold for Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction and the returns show that only one vote was cast for Mr Arnold In the precinct T H Paynter Dem Chit Justice Court of Appeals Of course I was rubbedJohn D Chenault II WANTEDYoung men to prepare for Government positions Flue open Ings In all departments Good sala Ties Rapid promotions Examinations soon Particulars freeInter State Cur Inst Cedar RapIds la 8 F Saw Mill for Sale I have a fine saw and plalnlng mill with 2 acres of ground attached for 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 JonN R Pmrls- 422t Hartford Ky D When you wont a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by all druggists m v t SALEM KY D1pa14rrfi 4f H 9 tr 1r Farmers are very busy In this vicinity planting corn Sunday school at this place Is pro gressiag nicely with sixtyscholars Quite a number of our young people are going to attend the funeral of Mr Chester Cole at Dundee the 4th Sun day In MAY Dr Charlie Crowder Rosine WAS here Sunday Mr john Keith and Mllas Maggie Haynes were married last Tuesday The mumps are again lu this neigh boyhood Quite a large crowd attended Ql1ar terly meeting at this place Saturdayy and Sunday Bro Rushing preached three very able sermons Miss Mary Peters was the guest uf the family of Charlie Crumes last week Old Polka Day will be observed at Salem church the filth Sunday In May Both young and old are cordially invited to attend Many old ptopJe are expected to attend Many Instructive talks are expected from old preachers Basket dinner and all day services Argon 011 A great medical discovery Cures Rheumatism And Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists1- vANriIaKvEItArINIUSTn10US tinlOoln and Mate totravelforhoueocelnbllhede- leveu yearr and with alarge capital to call mnrchonta and ngeutg for UtttNlul and Weeklylnd hotel ble a d club each week Er- enclose reference andifaddmaunedanvcloeoa Tae NITIaaAI sal Uenborn St Chicago For ConllllJIRllon romedrfOIBdlclRlltlchlldrelll1Iltllp GOOD SHOWING Ohio County Drops Into Line With Fifteen Common Schoo- lGraduatesCommencement Exercises to be Ileld at Institute At the examination held here Friday anti Saturday for Common School Graduation there were sbtlen appll cants fifteen of whom passed sue cessfully The eamlnDtion was rather a dlffi cult one The highest grade was made by I C Miller whose general aver ge was 93 45 per cent Heretofore little or no attention has ben palll to these examlnatlonilI ut repeated efforts have at last been rewarded Ohio county has only three graduates to Its credit and two or them live la Dreckenrldge county the other one betas Salsa Irene Whittinghill of- Trlsler A new feature of the Institute this year will be the commencement exam rises of the graduates Thane who will receive diplomas of graduation ate Jlhll Hamilton AdaburghClarence Bennett Narrows T Wade stratton Ifartlorl Oscar Shultz Narrows William S Viii Ceralvo P C Miller Hartford OUle Klmley Smnllhou Lonnie Inch Rox y C o Bunter Smallhous t J Hoover Priedaland Garfield Brown Hnavllle Alex Uos well Narrows Clarence E Allen Roxey and Will Taylor LJFrench Prentls A lfenderson A j Harris llarve Mitchell and C C Drown were elect ed trustees o1 Fordsvllle Graded School and J D Williams and J P McKenny of Beaver Dam Graded School at the trent election 4 Sunday School Convention The Ohio County Sunday School convention will meet In Hartford on May 30 1903 Each Sunday school In the county Is requested to send two or more delegates also a report of their work Take a collection often cents each for each officer and teacher and two cents for each pupil This Is for the support of the State work All delegates will be entertained by the local committee D n Thomas chairman Hartford Rev T C Gebauer Sunday School field worker of the Kentucky Sunday School Arociation will conduct the xork Dont fall to have your Sun day school represented and lets have the best convention In our history It W PATTJUtSON Co Pies At One ate the CoGt Liun- I Coffee hili better strength and flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same 2price is not to be com pared with Lion In qualty In I Ib air tight sealed pack- agesCumberland TELEPHONE A- Nfolcgraplt Co tlnrorporoted Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wles voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tell phone Yours for gooJ service and gentlemanly competition tL PINOWLiN Mawr I Buy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver Dam My DEALER IN Groceries and Hard wareIHar vesting Machines Farming Implements Commercial Fertilizers Field slid Garden Seeds Etc- ALFRED 1 HUDSONC U ILDRR GONTRRGTOR- Ilarlford Icy linllding And repairing done by day or contract let hb ealmntes before you glen your cuntruet =Biliousness slakes Chronic Invalids I when tho liver a torpid and tale to do ra work the bile enters the blood as sIrolent potion Then- cornea 1 ooauPauoM butoneneM lICk headache fovea and malaria The only treatment thAt gad the flyer put the light touch and lWU Nature work In the right manner It AMOlts LiVER fILLS JPaNDTOHI PELLETS 1bCJ rtn tooche ths tier w4 One peUrta tone to J lyatemiVJ Ii aDIfdOSa rarl days coot Mau nut lrw yaw rue Ie etceedingy tlAdCII will to wen t eforo you Mleh them Samfl free For1e at sit dealer r For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky 1Iti 1- r + + ++++++++++++++++H GREATEST lI+ Millillery mty I of the Season 1iiIndies Vests 5e to Ladies i Bolts lOc to 1 Ta I lies Collars find lurnOtI lace and t lined lOc to 50- ci hairpins and Omit ments fie to 25c Ladies kid silk and 41- i810+ Ulot 20l to- St1 pro pair Iauliea- Handkerchiefs 5 c 25e Ladies Hose 1to to 5Oc per pnb Waist Sots 2n 50eI collection of Shirts fOr to Neckwcali t Wo havo just put on sale our entire lot of Samplo Hnts and Flowers front ono iof the largest Milliuory hou8os in the United States which wo proposo to sol to a the trade at and below tho lowest wholesale pIices Such it collection of headgear you havo never hnd- In opportunity of seeing Such a saving in prices you never got Such U vlrioty of shn1es J- Dont ou novor behold lvasto time but couto i r+ 10 25e 5Dc each Mcus Underwear 25c 50c 75c and I 1 each liens and Boys Suspenders lOc to GOc each 1 Allstyles of linen and rubber collarstile most popu Jar shapes Bali IIose Gc lOe 15c 2Dc 25e find fiDe per pair Garters Cuflk und OtifIIolderseverything a fellow needs to hold himself togotlllr 1 lL Beaver Dam J i+++++++++++++++++++++ + +++++++ ++++ +++++++++ t h Special Attention to Spring Sales Y Clothing und Shoes n specialty as our stock i11 thin line i8 very lingo and our prices are very LotA18o 1 our othor linesDress Goods and Mnttings Wo quote you somo prices on Cothing which you 1 it will give close attention Mens Wool Suits nicely m made all sizes 275 Youths Suits Black CIIY Worsted size 1I to 19 years250 Chilrons Suits from 5 to 14 years75c lions Wool Pants iithisdies Shoes 100 Trunks Hats Shirts and ninny t other articles can bo found in a firstcluss dry goods f tliot- lsoYour Gall Will bo appreciated and our clerks will give polite att- Clition Yours for trndo SAM BACH Hartford Ky tP SFeathors Ginseng Wool and General Produce at right prices taken in exchanger wz 13 O t6 6 C4 o Owensboro IySlain Httret bot weeD Triplet nlullioliver Uctattention MireD to tock lleadgnarterfor l- Oblo count lNde ilJAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor1- Au J m1T 1 0 4Q SaleC44 Sheer LaVn85c41Nino Organdies 10c 44 Solid Color Orgnndies100-C t4 FUIO Drown Cotton 50 20cy41 dqSale44 Ladies Fino Oxfords 125 1504i44 Mitoses Patent Leather Oxfords 100 Slippers75c44 iotas Fino Shoes20041 4 Ions verydny Shoes12544 I Clothifig4R Sale ofi 1Ien s Voal Suits 450 4Dino lllack Suits750 to 1600 3 C1 Fancy Plnid Suits1000 to 150049 Childrens Suits knoo pants 1 to 350 10004l44 to 41 Childrens Cassimere dCo Caps l0c to to- 4Z 41 l ants 50c 1 150 C1 Boys Cnssimer 7Childrens Mull ba- 4Z 9 Il1nt8750 Hats 50c ba C1 91- r Lost Hair II My balr came out the hand tut and the hairs began to creep InItried Aycrl Hair VI or and it stopped the from com Ing out restored the color Mrs M D Gray No Salem Mast Theres a pleasure in parafsuch satisfaction The hair becomes thicker r longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure In using such an oldand reliable prepara tlon sN a 1e11k AU- U dnEZtj JIIII drug a cannot eappb robwad as ome dollar and we win a bottl JIe sun andRTSthedu- otronroareatesltrua1 e Atlllr Loweu Yea Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY zS City RUlllnrAntIReid Davies Co I1k Tr Co ad Hot and cold lunches at City Restaurant Dunt buy a Bug ty until 3011 have sten our TAYroa LRwla Dr D W king Osteopath Is at W O lJardwlckII Call II needing treatment Consultation and RXAml nation free 41tf Any one having II horse to be trained should call on or write S C Blair llattfutd Ky Par polite and careful attention And firstclass tonsorial work call ou- Bu1llnltton IIu t- wantedSoo bushels of Corn TAYLOR LtW1S I lIarUord Ky Every visitor at the Street Pair Is Invited to inP- and act our line of Buggies CarriAges A car load Just re eelvetl TAvr oR LRwI- S1VANTED3oot lb3 chicken manure I will pay roo per loolba Manur- must be dry and free from litter tAn be delivered to me In Hartford Ky between now and September 151903 4113 DR J R PJRTLn I Can Sell Your Real Lstate hats my business huve calls every day fo good furies List your property WIt I mo Seo mo you want buy or soIl A fino farm near Palo i- al n this county of 70aore845 acres hill land 25 hue bot tone land Good houses barns and a fine o tgoo ABARGAIN- A I S Anderson Dealer Real Estate IIAItTFORU KY 1 Notion Saleba baSansilkSilk thread Sc t- Vjm Hair Pins 5c Iadies Vest5caitLeatherVrist itNewbit ba Hosiery Saleba15 damn Childs HosoRibbed100 it 15to CI 15O tit 10CI CI Lace Stripe Hose250 ba 5I CI Whito Hose 15cba 30CI Ladies Plain Black Hose 8c ba 50II Fancy Hoso15c b 5II CI CI Stripe Hose 25cba 20 1e1a8 Socks ba bl te Millinery Sale it 1001lrimmedHats500 to 200 ba JNewBaby ba ill babb 44 to150 C1 if to In ba Plahl Pistil Pish City Restau rant City Restaurant for everything nice and good to eat Test usthat Is all we want CuSON 8 Co Money spent here is wen spent CAasoN Co We fit form pocketbook and fancy CARSON Co Just received two nice barrels of Apples at Thomas Dros Everything the very nicest and bet at City Restaurant Bargains of aU kinds at Thomas Bros during the Street Pair A smile or SUlalactloa goes with every suit at Carson Cos Sausage Crackers and Cakes dar- In Street Pair at Thomas Bros t For Cheese Sausage Sardines Salmon Oyters go to Carson Brow lOur highest ambition is to have you satlfie CRSON Co Let us know our error you will see It corrected CJtSON Co Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant Our clothing costs little looks well and lasts long CARSON Co City Restaurant la preparing to feed the hungry Come to see us Bananas Apples Lemons and Or angel in abundance at Carson Bros Nicest Fruits Candles and Cakes In Hartford at City Restaurant A barbecue will be given at Dundee by the Masonic lodge on June a7- Yum Yuml flow good that Ice Cream and Sherbet la at City Re tau rant Dont stew and sweat over making Ice Cream and Sherbet when you can buy Itat City Restaurant FOR SAiE30000 sweet potato slips rye at the bed Dy R M MU- ter Cumberland Telephone No 132 43tr On account of Childrens Day servo Ices Rev J C Pettie will not fill his regular appointment at Hartford Sun nighteOn next Sunday May ty Chll drens Day services will be held at the M E Church South beginnin at ro45 a m Everybody Invited Go to RUeys Meat Shop for Meat Flour Potatoes Lime Presh and Bulk Meats Country Lord Hams Sides and Shoulders An goods de livered Messrs Bob Marks and Perd Casebler len Wednesday for Owens bor where they go to aid In survey Ing the rlghtofway for the electric railway OwItnHartlordMonpday by the Rough Lodge Knight of Pythlas to nurse Mrs J G Keown who Is very sick 1Messrl Alva Taytorand Arch Lewis were called to Sturgis Sunday on account of the death of Mrs Pletcber Johnson who was a slater of Mrs Taylor and Mr Lewis I wilt preAch the funeral or Mla Mary Morris at Concord on the 5t Sunday la this mouth hence I not be at Old Salem on that day as has been advertised G J BEAN If you are In need or anything In LrP- Wrerner who will sell you any of his carrledover stock at from So to 75 per cent teas than the original cost AU goods In good condition The Christian church at Dam wilt be dedicated on the 5th Sunday In this month Rev S F Fowl er wilt preach the dedicatory sermon at 3 oclock p m There wilt also be services at tt oclock n m and 8 oclock p m Everybody Invited to be present A fine line of AMES Buggies and Surries just received Prices most reasonable Everyone who is interested in a high grade Carriage should see our line and know our prices before buyingTAYLOR LEWIS Notice AU persons having claims against the estate of M M Coyle deceased are hereby notified to produce same to me at my office In lIalUord Ky properly proven on or before May 30 193 or they wilt be forever barred This May 23 2903 43t3 S A ANDERSON Admr r Y M C A Notes Mr Phllo C Dix of Henderson will speak to the Men of Beaver Dam next Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock InC the room over the Deposit Bank AU men ate Invited to come out and hear him He Is a very Interesting speakerThe Y M C A Boys are planning to have a days outing on the 23rd of this month AU the members of the boys department who have the consent of their parents will be permitted to go A good time Is anticipated Hartford has one of the best If not the best boys depart meats In the State In connection with a County organization The Boys Bible classes are held every Saturday morning at 930 oclock and are always well attended The boys meetings on Sunday after noon are well attended and are very helpful to the boys They enjoy the meetings too AU boys of r5 years and under are Invited to the Sunday afternoon meetings whethtr mem bers of the boys department or not The Mens meeting was well at tendedon last Sunday afternoon and the discussion was Interesting A good Interest was wanifestedAll men are Invited to attend these meetings They are open to the public and are whichgare located In the building formerly occupied by Tun IIARTPORD Rvrun LICAN Come thou with us and we wilt do thee good Mr Phlto C Dix of Henderson visited Secretary n A Cottrell on last Friday lie Is the Department Secretary of the State Committee for Western Kentucky The State Com mlttee has panned to organize the counties lu groups of eight or ten counties and Mr Dix has been se tatted to devote hiss entire time to the derelopment and extenaiox of the work In Western Kentucky He sue coeds Mr Jno Lake la this part of the State and another man wll be placed In the central part o the State Mr Dlx has served la various de partments of the Association move meat having served in the Assocla tlons of Montgomery Alai New Or leans La and In the army works graduate o1 the Chicago As hsociatIon Training school and for the past several years has been General Secretary of the Henderson Assocla- tlon He la Iii every way well quail fled for the work to which he has lately been chosen aud we predict for trim a brilliant career all Depar- tS nt Secretary of the County Work lu Western Kentucky A R C For Sale rA Scholorllhlp In Bryant and Strcet ton Business College Apply t0 this office rPERSONAL MENTION tttttt ttttti i ii James Brown Render was In town Friday Ira Leach Roxey was lu town Friday J C Miles Horton was In town MondayJohn Brown Rosine was In town MondayRobt Iter Rockport was In town MondayT Tanner lItllln was In town Monday Je BennettMatanns was In town MondayJ Roach Island was In town Monday WUlI Bryant Rosine was here MondayBev Wilson Prentls was In town Monday A W Daniel Horton was In town SaturdayE Prentis was In town TuesdayW Samuets Tally was In town Tuesday Met Wilson Rosine was In town yesterday E Harding Pordsvllle was In the city Monday S w rsUbro Matanzas was In the city Monday RlI Raynes Manda was In the city TUCl day- Sberman Vlck Owensboro was fn town Monday John Holbrook Bulord was In town Monday John II Loyd Aetnaville was in town Monday Warren Taylor Cromwell was In town Monday R L Stewart Cromwell was In town Monday lIon M L Heavrln was In Louis vllle Monday Frank Stowers returned yesterday from indiana Mansfield Irrownd Rosine called on us yesterday Dr Chas G Crowder Rosine was In town Friday Prof V M Mosetey Render was In town Friday J W Robertson Smallhous was In town Monday W M Addlngton SmaUhous was In town Monday A V Thompson Louisville was In town Monday Pearl Tweddell was In Pleasant Ridge yesterday Attorney E M Woodward was lu- MclIenry Friday Dr H B Innis Render was In Hartford Monday James Ashley Bedatwas a caller at this office Monday Prank Lyons Haynesvllle was on streets Monday Vick Stewart Beda was a caller at this office Tuesday Attorney Ernest Woodward was In FordsvlUe Saturday Rowan Holbrook was In Louisville the first of the week James Wedding Sulphur Springs was in town Monday Esq B F Hudson Taylor Mines was In town Wednesday Clarence Field returned home yesterday from Rockport Ind W H Morris Cerslvo was a caller at this office Monday J E Maddox Rockport called on us while In town Monday Morris Reynolds Render was a caller at this office Monday Itrnest Woodward was In Rockport Wednesday on legal business R E Lee Slmmerman was In Louisville the first of the week Attorney A R Taylor Greenvllle was here Monday and Tuesday- S E Turner visited his parents at Maxwell Saturday and Sunday Mrs R H L Simmerman Is visit Ing relatives In Charleston Mo A F Coffmau and J W Robinson Cofiman were In Hartford Friday Mrs C A May Maxwell visited Mr and Mrs Chas Turner Sunday Capt Herman Thomas Hopkins vllle waS In Hartford Wednesday- S L Pulkerson Rockport was a pleasan caller at this office Monday Miss Emma Allen Owensboro Is the guest of the family of M S Rag landProf Sam Wilson FordsvUle via Ited his brother John B Wilson here MondayMiss Harriet Fleener Cromwell visited her sister Mrs R B Martin this week Attorneys H P Taylor and C M Bartlett were In Cincinnati the first of the week Miss Mary Smith itd Mrs W H Moore visited In Louisville Sunday and Monday Mrs A F Stanley returned Mon day from a mouths visit to frleudslu- 1I0pklullvllte Ernest Tweddell who has been In St Louis for sometime returned home yesterday Owen Cox Nucktes McLean count ty Is visiting Mr A H Rowans family this week Mrs W H Griffin will go to Crow daulhterHarlingtonisat Cromwell this week W F Lees President Lees Ma chine Works Owensboro was a call er at this office Wednesday Dr J II White wife and little son of Charleston Mo are visiting the family of Capt S K Cox Mrs Ella Rowe Fields and son reo turned to Owensboro yesterday after a weeks visit to relatives here Mrs Martin Cromwell and daug ter Mrs John X Taylor Rarllngton are visiting the family of R B Mar tin this week Miss Viola Smith who baa been visiting the family of R B Martin for the past week returned to her home at Cromwell Saturday DrJ D Stewart who has been visiting his parents near Beds returned to his work In the Medical school at Louisville Tuesday PtofRII Hauklns left Tuesday for Greenvllle where he goes to visit his parents before starting for Flint Michwhere he has accepted a posl tlon In a business college Atbln PAtin who has been attend- Ing school here for the past two years will leave Monday for his home at Draeux Bridge La lIe will spend thesummer with his parents on their plantation He will again enter school here next Christmas The New Cash Grocery is loaded down with ev erytliing good to eat for people who come to the Street Fair Make our store your headquarters to HHHH f I4W4BE- DA KY 1 tQi iitttiit Q tt Hon A s Bennett was In Hart ford this week Mr Ernest Stewart who h88 been attending college at Lexington has returned home Misses Martina Bennett and Dena Woodward Hartford attended church at Mt Hermon Sunday M S R Bennett went to Beaver Dam Friday Mr Ezra Baird went to Hartford TuesdayMr W Hatcher who has been sick la no better Mr Ana Rowan went to Heflin WednesdayMrs Fostervlslted Mrs I- P Wrerner Hartford Tuesday Mrs W C Bennett and little daughter went to Hartford Friday Quite a number from this place will attend the street Pair at Hartford today and tomorrow Rev Horned CaneyvlUe will preach at the Cumberland church Sunday Little Miss Mabel Ashley visited her parents near Hartford Sunday The Sunday school at Mt Hermon- Is progressing nicely Rev R D Bennett filled his regu lar appointment the M R Church SundayMr Tichenor and daughters Misses Jessie and Oma visited their old home near Centertown Saturday and Sunday a H f t iSftALLIfOUS KY E tU 1 Hi i i HH i HH i Miss Grace Reid and Messrs Ray Addington and Lewis Putkerson spent a few days In Bowling Green last week Mr Lez Atherton and family visit ed Mrs Athertons parents Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger Saturday and Sunday Several of our young men went to Adria Hill Sunday on an excursion Among them were Messrs A M Hunt R D Hunter W L Howell W G Harris and J H Addington- Mr Clarence Brown and family were the guests of Mrs Bud Bul lock of near South Carrollton Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse HIli and little daughter Marian South CArrollton were the guests of Mr Bob Pnlker son Sunday Prof M D Maddox hRS dosed his school at Rockport and Is at home Messrs Clarence Overhuls Ben Ross and Harry Bennett who have been attending school at Hartford have returned ho- meBONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food andso on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfood will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sampleI SCOTT d DOWNS Chemists 400416 Pearl Street Now York Soc rod 00 all dnlCIbUI l Peculiar To ItselfIn what it is and what it doescon taming tho best bloodpurifying alterative and tonio substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of nIl humors and nU eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up tho wholo systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine nets llko it no other medicine has dorm so much real substantial good no other melIcino has restored health and strength nt so little cost I WM troubled with scrofula and came near lostna my oyeIght For four month I could not SeG to do anythlne After taking two bottles of IIooda SI1f1aplrllla I could leo to walk and when t had taken eight bottles I could see so well so ever SVSllt A nanut TOY Wlthefl NC Hoods Sarsaparilla promlsos to cure and koopa tho promlso A CONTRACT has Been Signed for Building the Interurban Railroad Work on Construction will Begin Within Sixty Days Freight and Passenger Line Goes to Hartford by way of Curdsvllle and Calhoon A contract was signed Saturday af ternoon by a number of local men and the representatives of the Cincinnati syndicate which makes It a certainty that the electric railroad will be con structed between Owensboro and Hartford and to the McHenry Mines beyond that town Active prepara tlons have been making for several days and the plan has been under consideration for six months Mr Wade Cushing the representative of the Cincinnati concern which will furnish the large part of the money for the construction stated last night that the road will be under construe tlon within sixty days and will be completed In six month The corn parry which will be known as the Owensboro and Hartford Railway Company will probably be Incorpo rated within the next few days the organization being now practically accomplishedOIlThe local men who signed the con tract yesterday are Charles BroekerJ James II Parrish F T Gunther R H Hughes John G Delker A C Tompkins and Dr J H Hickman By the contract they bind themselves to take 8oooo of the capital stock of the company which will be Incorporated at 6oo000 The contract was signed also by Mr Cushing as the representative of the Cincinnati syndicate which wilt subscribe for SS per cent of thee capital stock and by- E Rice of Louisville and Charles Valler of St Louis The concern represented by Mr Cushing Is both financially and Influentially one of the strongest In the State of Ohio and has built a number of Interurban rail roads on the same plan as Is mapped out for the Owensboro and Hartford road According to the present plan fifty five mlle of road will be built at an approximate cost of 22000 a mile The construction will be on the steam road basis and will be as durable as any road In the country Hartford parties have raised 20twhich Is being held In readiness and will be turned In to the company when the preliminary IIrrnngemfnts are QOmplctedOensboro Inquirer The possibility of a railroad for Hartford seems about to be a certain ty at last Rowan Holbrook who has been the most active of all the promoterssays that the only questionI about the building of the the raising of 200000 and the secur lug of the rlghtofway The road will be Invaluable to the country through which It will pass and no man ought to hesitate for a moment to grant the company the right of way through his lands The success of the enterprise means much to Hartford It Is tlltuated In the center of a fine agrlcultual coun try and Its direct connection by rsllt with the outside world will the value often estate one hundred per cent If every citizen of Hartford had the public spirit of Rowan Holbrook Hartford would have been connected by rail with the outside world tong agoSEvery ford Calhoon and Owensboro andI along the entire route ought to In a determined effort to secure the roadt4441444 HHH44H444 H4 iRENDER KYt1 aj i 11t tii 1t t Mr SaUl James who went to lIer tin Ill returned yesterdayIMessrs Joe James and Chas CRrgal went to Central City last Saturday Mr Simou Jones went to IlJulsvllle- V dnesdayIMrs Peter Lauder of Herrin m- h here with hrr mother Mra Martha EspcyMessrs Simon Stephens Wm Reid ay Cff1Stop Here stea u4 rho + s ECONOMY 2 DRY GOODS STORE e o Spring is Here and Well Eslablished I c ocmar s see us andsnyo money tand time by buying from a onopriced house Yes tof course wo aim to make a profita very modor C ate one Our prices are marked in plain figures Your child cnn buy from us as cheaply as you cani 2Cft dealing you will certainly find it at the EconomyIStore If you cant come yourself send one of your children It will bo both safe and economical a OUR MILLINERY 2Department is a marvel of cheapness We have Hats from50c to 10 if you like but you got the d worth of your money no matter tho price You certainly get the nowest style as we llavo made this a special study for at least fifteen yearS 1 CMATTINGS RUGS ETC Housecleaning time is here and you should sea what wo cnn do for you in tho way of Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains Draperies Etc We have a lot of rutting that we have reduced to 12c per Jyard Every department in our store is fun of the very best uptodate Merchandise CLOTHING EtC tMr W W Hurt has charge of our Clothing and Gonts Furnishings department Ho is always ready to show you through so dont fail to give him a call when needing anything in this lino t 1Yo have just received our now spring styles and l the prices are marked in plain figures Thera is 1 110 haggling over prices hero Its always the lowroat in town right on the start and the goods are S the very best FOOTWEAR t Dont forgot our shoo department It is full toe ioverflowing Any quality you may want from the cheapest to the best Wo have always made irr Shoes ono of our main specialties and we shall continuo in this line as we find that our Shoes give the best satisfaction When you need Shoes t tf call OO us t THE ECONOMY STORE 3 Mrs Sara Collins Smith Propr ftt e 4Collipafly Security l utual life Insurance SinghamtQn1 YIssues all forms of Policy Contracts at the lowest possible rates consistent with absolute safety Why not carry your insurance with this Company Have the Policy Registeredtile reserves deposit ed with rise State of Now York as trustee and make this the most sacred of your investments absolutely secure For information regarding Policy Contracts call all or address E V PAlERSON Hartford Ky Threshing Machines Traction and Portable Farm Engines and Machine Supplies of all kinds made by the famous J1 Case Machine Co for sale by N W Skaggs Dundee Ky and J W Baker will leave Saturday night to attend the U C V R at New Orleans Mr Hywel Davis ofKeusee Ky was here last week Last Wednesday evening the rights matrimony were legally solemnized Mr W H Swany end Miss Mary Belle Espey at the home of Mr and Mrs Lee Pfeherat Mcllenry Rev R Pr Rowe officiated There will be quite a nice crowd of young ladles and gentlemen attend the Street Fair at Hartford Fridayand- aturday from here Messrs Robt Pollock and Ed Bal visited is Central City lest week Mr J II Brown the manager of e C I Cos store here went Hartford lest week Messrs JW Barlass ArthurBaker TaylorMlneslend George Barnes of Beaver Dam were la town the first of weekMissesErnestine and Atthli Cain and Ula Vlck and the two Misses Hill of Central City were pleasant visitors at Mr and Mrs E L Myers the guest or Miss Vaden FentressMr S VickI of Owensboro was In town Monday Mr S F of Central was In town MondayI y Mr P W Lupton of Virginia was in town the first of the week Messrs R L Myers and J H Brown went to Island Ky the first of weekMr C Ward or Owensboro vas In town last week Constipation And an symptoms and 7 Results of indigestion Absolutely nmoeed by the ass o- fEDTSOR CHRIST GERMAN LIVER POWDER Moe refunded It you are not pleale4- Wltb k+ cured thousandwhy not you P Mr S U Hackett apmmtaentmerchant of eoddpatlonandIndife tlonandwuprevIIW- upon to JQby one wfom 1 gnat r It gave to ftel ODCeFroub1ctj1ll IlIelUr Heck wtwellmanaddoernoteteanyedldae f a ntandhouldItnotpro i your money- Tutu AMERICAN PUARMACAI CO Rvaaivuic lad i r c j I f I Illc LI L Hartford Republican FRIDAYS MAY 15 illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Tablo New time cird tnklni effctSnnday Dec 1- lDO atiloon- 1JorIfl JInuluhl Noulh Donnd- NoU201oe63B m NoI2Ilotlll B m- No102lne2nl m No 101 due i47p in- o12du1241ZIni no131 4ue831 I m lornlIIIIIIN- oIU doe 735a m No 1D3 due 34r 110 S U ANMEER Agent SAVANTS TO GATHER P International Congress a Fea- I ture at 1904 Worlds Fair car4 IrYILt ASSEMBLE IN SEPTMB- Rt3yf men of Sotence From All Parts of thp World Will Convene In St eLoulsBndluOae Week Will Deliver 800 Addreues A eiics of lnternaUonal congresses wlll bo held Sept 1925 1904 at the Wor1ds fair Tho sum of UOOOOO Is approprIated to cover tho expenses ot tho International congreSBe8 Such scholars as accept InvltaUons to participate In tho congress and do a pecIftod piece of work In aCcordance wIth the plan adopted wlll receive an honorarIum for papers and traveling expenses Tho authorities ot tho unl ersal exposition havo trom the first recogDlzed the desirability of provld lag for a congress whIch should ex coed In Its scope anythIng heretofore attempted Such a series ot con grosses Is particularly approprlato for tho at LouIs osPOSIUOD where for thp flst time the educational influences ot an exposition are made the domInant factors and the classification and In stallaUon of exhibits made contributory to that principle The administrative work was organ tzed In November 1902 by tho appointment of Howard J Rogers as DIrector of Congresses and the dee lion of the followIng administrative board Nicholas Murray Butler Ph D LL D President ColumbIa nnlvorslty New York chairman William R Harper D Do LL P President University of ChIcago R H Jesse Ph P LL P President University State of MissourI henry B Prttcbett Ph D LL P President Massachusetts Institute of rechnolo8f Boston Herbert Putnam Utt P Librarian of Congress WashIngton P C Frederick J V SkIff DIrector Field ColumbIan Museum Chicago Fredorick W liolle P C 1 New York member Haguo tribunal Dr SlmQjt Noweomb of Washington P C will bo the presiding officer of the International Conrcss ot Arts ART PALACE and Sciences and for vice presIdents viil have the assistance of Professor hugo Muo8terberg ot Harvard unlver ally and Professor AlbIon W Small of tho University of Chicago Tho Congress ot Arts and Sciences will have ono definite task to demo onstrato tho unIty of knowledge and thus bring harmony and Interrelation Into the scattered scientific work of our day Loading scholars from tho whole world are to deliver lectures The wIdest group will bo the Sconce of Knowledge divIded Into theoretical sciences and practical scl- ences Tho UleoreUcal sciences Bro dIvIded according to purposes and phenomena Into tour main divisions Normative sciences absolute pur poses historical sciences individual purposes physical sciences absolute phenomena mental sciences mental phenomena Tho pracUcal sciences are divided Into three main divisions Utilitarian sciences regulative sciences cultural sclenccs Tjp10 seven main divisions aro then Rubdlvlded Into the following general topics- Normative Sciences Philosophy dathemaUcs HIstorical ScIencesPolitics Law Economics Language and Literature Education Art Religion Physical Sciences Physics and Chemistry Astronomy Geology Dlol ogy Anthropology Mental SciencesPsychology Sod ologyUtilitarian SclenCSMedlcal Sel codes Practical EconomIc ScIences Technological Sciences Regulative ScIencesPractical Po- lUcal Sciences Practical Social Scl- ences Practical Legal Sciences Cultural ScIencesPractical Educa- tlonal Sciences Practical Aesthetic SclencosPractical Religious ScIences On Monday the congress will bo opened by one address on tho Rel- aUonot the Congrcss to ScienUfic Progress another on tho Unity of Theoretical ScIences The seven rosin divIsions will also be discussed durIng the afternoon by an introductory address on the Fundamental Conceptions of each special divIsion Tuesday will be devoted to a consld oration of the twentyfive departments ot the congress upon each of which two official addresses will bo dellv- ered one on the history of that ape clal department ot knowledge during the last century and ono on Its methods On the remaining four days of the week two official addresses one on the relation to other sciences and ono on the problems of today will be delivered on all but one of the one hundred and thirty sections Into which the twenty five departments are divided Sunday the 25th will be given over to the remaining section and three addresses made on the lnfluence ot ReligIon on Clvlllzo lion This will provide for 321 offl- oial addresses J Lyons Laxative Syrup asolutelybarmleas the kidneys liver and bowels cures con stipatlon biliousness sick headache I clears complexion and makes the blood pure An Meal remedy for child- renr I1S as I1dults t For sale by 1 Tlios Allen RosIney- A r tc p OlJrTHINGSf S A t CURIOUS CUSTOMS AND CEREMONIES THAT ARE STILL OBSERVED Cutting the Topknot of the Child PotS nl Spiritual WelfareThe- WeddinE Gad It clobratlonCro- mntlon With Itefreshmentu In Slam the cutting of the topknot Is I so Important a ceremony for the future spIrItual welfare ot the child that It Is most scrupulously carried out with all the pomp and ceremony that the means ot tho parents will allow That the poor peop1o may not ho deprived of the benefIt ot the ceremony the bcnllnentp- rovltles nil that Is necessary for It at one ot the temples at Bangkok The center ot the ceremony Is the cutting off ot the topknot which Is nil the hair children are llCrmltted to wear up to that time But associated with It are II number ot purifications and other religious forms whIch have to ho scrupu lously carried out The topknot VWCh Is ordinarily adorned with a chaplet ot flowers or bends often held In placo with a jeweled pin ot considerable value Is now much moro resplendently adorned while the child ii further load ed with the richest jewels the can provide After the familyI hair Is allowed to grow all over I head and Is usually worn about an Inch long standing up like a brush The child Is now reckoned to have reached mans estate although to their credit ho It said the Siamese are In no hurry to marry their children In tact undue haste to make a match for a daughter Is opt to raise II question as to whether things lire so flourishing with the tam l1y liS they might be When marriage Is thought ot It Is often the result ot mutual affection and tokes the form ot an elopement with subsequent forgiveness by the old folk The moro formal way calls for a lot of negotiation and the payment to the parents ot ka nom which Is often however returned to the daughter on the birth ot her first child The monks yho are the astrologers ot the country among other accomplishments are called upon to fix the lucky day on the arrival ot which the bridegroom and his frIends go to tho brides house carrying vresents or cakes and betel All Siamese chew betel and not to offer It to a guest Is a serious breach or hospl- tallty The qulds when ready for chew Ing consist ot leaves ot the betel pep per chips ot areca nutthere Is no such thing os betel nut that careless travelers write abouta little slaked limo and sometimes tobacco also The Siamese word for this mIxture Is appropriately muk This will always be In evidence at weddingS and the preparation and presentation ot the be tel tray to the bridegroom constitute one ot the forms ot acceptance by the bride ot his authority over her The monks will bu already In attendance feasted with the best that can be lire ylded and the ceremony of marriage Is performed by them with the sprinkling ot consecrated water over the couple hut the greatest ceremony ot eli takes place after death It the person ho ot high rank the body Is pieced In a sitting posture In a largo metal urn or among the commoners In an ordinary coffin After beIng kept a period that nstbens with the exaltation ot rank a day Is fixed for the cremation All the friends of the family are Invited and enormous sums arespent on enter taming them and providing tree shows for the general public The guests will enter the Inclosure while ChlnQ80 then ters Siamese marionettes and plays will be llroldl or all who care to witness them On entering ono woulll be met by some member ot the do ceaseds family blllrlllS a black bag Into which all are Invited in turn to dip a hand It Is found to contain anum her ot tiny 111115 each ot which Is ho low and contains a screw ot laler A Siamese figure on It refers to u similar ilguro on some article In one ot tue booths In the Inclosure and the guests IIro expected to present the number to tho attendants and receive as a present whatever It represents There may be a dinner but anyway refreshments will be provIded In abun dance Just at sunset the pyre will be lighted A stick of scented wood or a wreath ot flowers made ot the per fumed sandalwood as well ns a candle ot uubkrnched wax Is handed to each guest and lamps are lighted at the toot ot the steps ot the pyre Just as with us those at the gravesido perform the last olilco for the dead In dropping a little earth Into the grave so in Slam each ono lights his candle at a lamp and llaces It under the urn or coffin to- IMber with the scented stick or wreath liuddhist monks away In ono ot the booths will be reciting sacred texts meanwhile but nothing lu tile way ot- Ilraer whether for the dllld or the living enters Into the ceremony Plreworks will be let off including a- very mournful ono known to the na tires as the roaring ot elepbant It Is made by shaving II thick bamboo very thin at one point and then makIng a slit The Inside Is fillld with composition and sealed and thia when fired exerts great pressure on the slit mak- Ing the edges vibrato continuously so producing a series ot loud groans ot a most lOleful character When too tie ceased Is ot high rank the kIng sends Oil aldtlecamll with u lamp lighted from 0110 that Is kept continually burn- Ing I In the royal temple and whose light was originally obtaIned from u tree tired by lightning After the cremation the asblll are ollectctI and most of A 1o to Indlosllon Every summer I have had to take tonics but now I use I eat at and It gives rue a It up atlelea and II ant to eat and a foe to hull gcatlonMna KATE W Dow W2 S them thrown Into the rxver tnougn ot ton II few are plllc In the temple In a wooden urnMlsslen FIeld Greatly l1edate4 Well well old man This Is quite n change I lAst time I saw you you were IIDiong the Four llundreti Alld now Now I aln clean hack In fractions Baltimore American S e Programme Of the Missionary and Sunday School Convention of the Ohio County Mao elation to be held at Pleasant Grove church May 30 and 31 at io oclock Sermon Friday nlghtD J K Maddox Devotional ExerclsesHP Brown What Is the Scriptural Pan of MtsslonsJ N Jarnagin anti C W Daniel The Characteristic and Mission of the Local ChurchL W Tlchen and IL C Truman Duty and Obligation of Church Members to MlsslonsL P Drake and WN Miller Duty and Obligation of Church Members to the Sunday SchoolD H Godsey and W R Oldham But Methois of Increasing the Interest of Missions In Our Churches D J K Maddox and F M Pharris What Is the Practical DIfference Between an AntlMlsslonary and an Owlsslonary l3aptistJ T Casebler and A Maddox Propotlnate GIvlugE W Coak Icy and J W Drlstow Hindrance to the Spread of the Gus pelG II Lawrance and E D Mad doxThe Sunday School as a Means of Saving SoulsH A Cottrell and H P Bitch How can Our Churches Best Develop Our Young PeopleToJ Rat cllffant1 T H Balmaln How can We set more Workers and Fends for MisslonllJ p Miller and T H Gentry What Is the value of Church Dlsclp lie and how to Enforce ItG WGoz don and C J Wallace The relations of Sunday Schools to MissionsG B Likens and Richard BeckBrethren will you not make this meeting a grand success II so you must be present and lend a helping hand Will each church send a good representative It Is necssary for you to do soL W TICU1 NOR 14P DRAKB Com- E D MADDOX J A FarmorStralghtonod Out A man living on a farm near here came In a short tIne ago completely doubled up with rheumatism I handed bhi a bottle ot Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use It freely and If not satisfied after using it be need not pay a cent for It says C P Rsyder 01 Fattens Mills N Y- Alew days later he walked Into the store as strnght as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it In the house all the time Cor It cured me For sale by all druggist m Josh Billingss Great Lecture Josh Billings began his career as an auctioneer lu Poughkeepsie N Y A natural humorist and philosopher he gathered togethEr In the course Of time a remarkable assortment ot homely aphorisms pointed anec dotes bits of satire etc These he polished by trying them repeatedly on his auctlonIoom audiences until there was not one that would not bring laughter or tears as the case might be from the dullest sssem binge Finally he wrote down all these short sayings In a book and this was his famous lektur A writer In the New York Press observes that this lecture was he most successful anti lasting that was ever heard lu this country Shortly be fore his death In 1885 Josh spoke out as follows I am not only de lighted but astonished at the vitali ty of the old lektur which I have read for the last 23 on the road In the first place every line ot It was published In the New York Weekly and the Pouglikeepsie papers then It was put In 3 different books then It was put Into more than zoo newspapers as I delivered it then I have read It In every city on this continent that has 15000 people and In hun dreds of towns that have not 2000 people and It never has bad any thing added to It It Is now read from the same book It was first ten In and still the brave old manuscript fights r good fight I read it 6 nights In California In 7 eks and got p750 It to me there must be some sand In the old words Jim Dumps had tried some time In vain po eaae an arterdlnDer pain I Which gnawed at him his belt below And filled hIs world with Indigo Dyspepsla now cant bother him For II Force haa made him II Sunny Jim Force excellentForce night restful sleep builds pleas years writ seems wg The KIOIl Yon Ilavo Mwnyr Bought Iul which has been In tiso for over 80 years has borne tho slgunturo o- rA antI IIIiS been IfladO tultier his per sonnisupervision slnco Its Infancy Allow no ono todecetvo yon In thIs AU Counterfeits Iniitationg and Justasgood arc hut Experiments that trifle with n1l endanger the health of Infants mill ClsihlronExiierienco against Experimoilt What is CASTORACas- toria Is n harmless substltuto for Castor Oil Pare gone DropS mill Soothing Syrups It la lleasl1nt Itcontains neither Opium l1orllhlllo nor other Nnreotlo- substnnce Its ago Is Its guarnutc It destroys Woriirn mill allays Feverishness It cures Diarrlinn mill Vhul Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nUll Flatulency It nsshullntcs the Food regulates tim Stoinacit niiti Bowels giving healthy nut natural STeel The Chlhlreus PanaceaThe Mothers Frlcrul CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signaturo of ctihO 7 The Mild You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CSNYCU eopUT n MUAY Ciptit NIW Veuu eITY- f iI n ATTENTIONS Wbelllo Oweoboro call on Witi CuIifit dealer In luru straight Wblskle AIIlo and Iencb IIroodl Agent Frank Iebr 1I Co Jugorder will recrtce Irompt lnRI The bHt foo Wbltey In the State Wm CUSHION OwensboroI BERTILLION SYSTEMI Chinese Immigrants Will have to be Measured by French System Washington May iiThe immigration service has ordered ten outfits of the Dertilllon system of physical measurement and Is preparing to use them in the detection of Chinese Every port oC entry through which Chi nese come to the United States will be supplied with the apparnts now so much used by the police officials of the dlfierent cities of the world The outfits are to be the best that can be procured and It Is hoped to have them In lull operation by the beginning of the new fiscal year July r Jf not earlier It is believed that the system which was plovlded for l an appropriation by Congress will vat an end to the smuggling In of Chinese laborers as merchants or former real dents or citizens of this country The certificates now In use whlth photographs attached are mere articles of merchandise In many Western cities They are frequently to be found In pawnbrokers shops where they have considerable value because of their usefulness to Cblnamen tn getting luito the country conIThe immigration officials have eluded an arrangement vith the Canadian Pacific railway which It is hoped will be tl1ctlve against the stealthy schemes ot Chinese seeking I entrance to the United States This agreement Is for the Canadian Pacific railway to deliver direct to Immlgra- tlon I officials at places all the China men trying to come here through Canada These places are Malone N Y Burlington Vt Portal S D and Sumas Wash All Chinamen arriving on the steaWtrd of the Cana dian Pacific or transported over Its lines having the United States as their destination will be delivered directly to the Immigration service at these points only Large detention- buildings I are being erected at these places for the purpose of housing the ChinamenThe I company has agreed that those to be depol ted will be ini mediately returned to steamers for shipment to China The advantage of the agroemtnt is in the fact that up to this time Montreal Canada has been a great cIRhlng place for Chi nese trying to get into the Uttited States through that direction Cana da has a bead tax of ioo on China men arriving and temaining there but a period of about three inotths Is allowed In transit It has Iten the custotil of those In charge of the Chi namen to hold then at Montleal long enough to avoid the head tax hut to coach the wily Orientllis with trles to be told the Immigration officials that they are native born Americans andtile tllllttri ti to entrance RIJ clU- zes The Chlnl1men lae beenso- thortuglily ctuiched with tlltse siories that huntlttdl of tlll1t have lcen ad mlted at Malone Burlington and else where During Januiry Veh usry and rrch 349 Chinonien spplied for admission lit Csnadisn border points oil the ground that they were boii In this cuntry or this tnmixr 265 were dtiittcd Cnnmiioiit antllnladdescribed rllllnlgfni 0 fin li In In CIDcrelf to cbaige te Chinese tr ICl1sin awn itS tt nitke Chlnnllle claiming adllllllllion t I the Unitid States on the ground ofbeing cltlzons I prove their claims Instead of requiring the burden of proof to the contra ry to fall upon the government It Is also proposed to allow the government the right of appeal In admitting Chinese This right Is not now granted Tho Best LlnlmontI- II have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism and lumbago says Mrs Anna Hagelgansof Tuckaboe- N J 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 have rec mmendtd It to many and they always speak very highly of It and declare Its merit are wonderful For sale by nil druggists m CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dS1gnatur of I p y Club Rates HiltTVOliI RELIJBiIcAN nnd either of the following papers nt the price indicated Louisvillo FICritIl12bLot- uisvthlo Post Daily 325l- lOiV Jacket 12 A mcrican Farm nnd Orchard 110 THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdttionA1 most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly The Ireldnllol campaign II ore but the wrId gee oa just the same anti It II lull otnewe To lern thit sewu lut as It litpromptly and tiiurtlaftZnII that you hays to do lit to look III the ololRoo of The ThrfeeaWrek EditIon of- o xw York World bleb vonem to thumb eriPr IIJI tImes a year pubIfhrntr th lvllIlb lanllonge Is spokenandyo- nwrt It uberlptionuoetoolfll nuispnler anti Till IlrIVnLIcss to- getltet one year lot ilso- TherrulrubcrlptIo price uttbe two pa p1llloU1I0 Take The Repub- licanMother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr MUesNervlne Cured Them Both Dr Miles Ntrvhlt it a specific for nervous disorders It removes close and effects a speedy and permanent cure CI feel it Is my duty to let you know that medicines cured little gIrl of nlneof She commencedhavingthem- at the Ole of three Our family doctor saId she would outgrow them but did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble wu epileptic fits In a form lie did her ao She wu so nervouS she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Nervlne and found ita remedy for myself Icomrnenced giving It to my gave her In all ten heft of the Nervinc and one ol the Blood PUllfier That was over two years ago and she has tlot had an attack since we commenced the treatment She Is no troubled with nervousness and we consIder her permanently cured I enclose her ture My lost her reason and was Insane for three months from the effects of LaGrlppe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ncr vine cured sister has also taken It for sick headache with good results We all thank touch for your good medl cines end kind advice I dont think there Is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet lives out In ArkansasMRs hANNAh lJAaKE1T Springdale Ark All druggists tell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles send free book on and heart Diseues Address Dr Miles Medical Cv Elkhart lad t To Cur a Coldin One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tdlets Seven MD1lon hoses oIdia past 13 months This signature u SPECIAL PRICES I Vo have in stock the following sizes of rubber bolt that wo aro soiling at a reduced prico This lino is all good goods made by iolinblo Inallufitcturors and is a bargain lit the prices named 325 feet of 3 inch lubbQl Bolt 4 11at 8e pOl foot slG5 I 1II11Y fit lIeI32S 1 5II 1 Si ply at l3c 275 0II II 4 ply at 10cI2GO II 7 1 1 1 l1Y Ut 325II 8 1 II 1 ply at 21c IIIl OI 10II II 4 ply Ut 2ic 75tt 10II tt 5 11Y at 33c 1 Lees IMtachine WorksINcolilonTEn- OWENSHORO KENlUOICY Homo Phono No 1m Cumberland No 253 n COLLINS u 11l4 lO o- IL N TFORD 1 YH- andlcs the BESl and PUUES Whiskies Wincs and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S StollO and Old Intornationalspccialties Bock BeereBock Beer Sa B COLLINS CO All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE Art rlHIS OFFIE lJOMKCtlfTHE BESTS TML CNEAPI3T Penma SorThanZCzayue LwIavillcA3 tineD ezperfenreI tanhert each on n speciallut In III has UraSuate of this coIfru pr4ortd bybulneibouee Wo are oow ID oar new home nearest comet Ond and Vastmtjiwt the Snet and best arranged school bulldloR in the South JQdhldollultrattlo tdM111I easioe- all tbyear Studrat ton ester at any time Vlltors always wrlrom E 1 WRifi SIT Irwt FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children and public generally Invited to tote to UlnIncents each tea cast at onetime All money over nd- uboie trll ripened or teach ers to into erection or the KenlucJIIDlldIDgat the J- Uf Iery voter thus fIKa ulliractioll or knowing a 1O01tb caDae and- important object hae been the same iliac a rnodlc teacher has received recognition Contee con duclcd urder auspIce cC- 1lducatIoni Corn millre or Kenluc Uzhtbtt organizationrormrd Kentucky building sadnit productTlnrroilci1lion 1ft1Y educator In the ttatewbelhcrtcachcr0 In pub Ito VT pnyae 500011 or oDIprotlantexceptedZamesctsl1schoolchldreavottng to be enrolled In the Kentuckytlulldhig at the zpo thePalacerycoantynumbcr votes be allowed to aced two tucbeDtbC moat popular sad tile second mOil popular rug TOTES wiu lIE Ti ctxrs itcn m CONSIITVTThG 1 UUOT Attencentaeacieveryschootcbildln the 61ale will be able to cast at tatoneOte for itta or favorite teacher nut the not be confined to school children rAurus or PUPILS OR nr OF ThEIR YfliEWS Jur TOn The puryose oUh Lund- stion being toclecttbe most tpular ochool tea ber I n eachcountya to considered by the public generally as Writ as by the school children IlAllotl contain ten spaces so cioa 0 ten pupil rosy be armoged anti each giving ten cents be cledlled with liii or vote If one potion sirea to cut tea votes ft lilay be done wrltlnghlor liernameon one of the spaces remit ting one dollar It I not requir d llItUhe name ot the pars u vvtthg be given at all All oCtIle- P1CtI for voters names may lc len blank The Ausoiation want however to enroll In the Kentucky liutulinic at Sto loull ut r the natneof child who cut one or more votes a thc contest lupils IItcaked tlieieuic tomigu their names plainly tothe ballotsA- LT4 EP1NSC or TUfl TEJCllrni WILL DE rAID by the Asnoctation This wIll Include rollroad tranmportation torn Louisville to St Louis and retort board ot one of tbe bet hotels In the city ror uta days and admission to the uposltlon grounds ror six days TIIUrE IAutll WILL m MADE lP rnml TilE EAST rornlR TEtcittiui to make the trip more profitable and more enjoyable Iach otthese parties will consist of forty 40 teacher Tills would make n olllOteachra but as there are only 119 counties In Kentucky the Maceta gorromlhatcountyje1fALL TRICIIEI1S IX TIlE fiTATE STm ON n EQUAL FOOTIIO la this contest The tea herwlth only twenty puplll may receive more the teacher wllh five or mix Urnea public1I1Votes may be cut for uny person who taught school during lpol or Is teaching now This oprortuDItThcmoredoIanONU DOLLAK CASTS TEN VOTES I TWO DOLIARS CASTS TWENTY VOTJtSI TITREI DOLLARS CASTS TlIIllTY VOTeS FouR DotLARI3 CASTS VORTV VOTJS ItIVII li0rLAltli lXIILARS oftheIIddlUonalfTilli STtDINO OP Till COTESTAtTS WiLL DE PUINTED IREQUESTLY in each county to show lila or bet friends how the race II run ithw ror schoolteacher Tbevoles will be coanled ullder the supervision or the Uducallonat ltxhtbit Committee or the Association Time personiiei or this e is oa rollowS rror II 0 Orownelt Louts YUle Chairman rror llV ICChesnerltmDfort rror R r lIalltCk Louisville rror W1I Louisville Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danvlllel rrco Ident wlllla01 Dlnwiddie Jackson Dr W O Prod flerea Dr Il U nunlooa e Dr LeaingtonRhoadl Owrlllboro lroC 1 R Alley IleilcueT rror Co C Cherry Dowllllit Orttn I lroi Uno Spencer Louisville aitsa lattie S JlII1 LouIsville I airs It Dra Louisville and 71cm Jot D ucker Louisville Members or the Educational Commlllcc are not eligible to election In this contest RFIIEIIIER EVEnr tOUTT ETFCTH ITS mvx FATOntTE TEACHER Competition between cpuntics only applies to the race for Ihe Jloth trip the outside otjeflcrson casting the largest total umber of votes being granted the distinction or mending Iwo teachert congratirlatotyeach being the 0 the monthjune July or August I4In which he or she wants to make the trip cup OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITIIIj AWeof as the most popular teacher in u counfy ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED i I be bOe lOc 4 io 1Oo lOc bOo lOc bc Voters lire not requIred to sign their namca but the Aloelatlou ants all school children voting to tin so as them In the Kentucky nuilding Voters Itave the option oleeriding ballots direct to the Secretary or the Association or to the from which lIpped Addlllonal ballots be obnlntd by getting extra copies or Ibis paper RemlllnllC may be mide Iiy certifted heck regltcrCd letter z cent postge or postal money or lii currency allenders rink Addre alt communication n U JlUOUUS toI I r ri I 1onJPlEJilfl991I Dl1l1l1L C liaasurr CIIHlnTn BARNETT SMITH ATT0ItNEYs AT LAW IlAllrLoIu icy Will practlretheirprofosslon In all the enacts of pwnIaSpecialtheir rare olhvtItnu anti It Irnrtlce nll rIni- luni unit Rent ntnte Law icclaitie Once in- iturnuei liniiding JNO n WILSON ATlORNEY AT LMV HARTFORD ICY makingabstractty Olilce north elde pubile square J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law ILqRTFORD Ky nIlolDIHoonUnas entrusted to his car SPROBY TJ7FUBUUII ofOhioSpeeiai alteuUoim alvin to enliectious E P NEA- LAttoinoy at Law HARTFORD KY Will prntU hi prubaitos In All th mart b Kentucky special attention lea to eoilwtinn- sttismntnt tordnts etittond era aid erloal prattltll Oaflce upstaIrs tJrlSa btotk J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSmOR at LAW HARTFORD KY Will rrarU hi profession is sit the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties aid the tourt of A- IJ lrnmpt attention Kiven to all tumlaes- untrusted to Once So m enter HIt R R WEDDING Attorney at Law hARTFORD Kv- 1llIa Attorney And luamlaer tot iMudui- iti tmroerlbioteaty hank M IIIrnrol FIISIHT WOOlIWAIII ilEAVRiN WOODWARD oC l C1 c IIAaTIouti Ky 7tlI pracOce their protllln In all tlloCoDrtl I 01 tihin routit7 and toart of AIIa the I OIaI attention given criminal irtk tbd ealloc- hous Omc ccxl door to lOmb of Uarturd W H BARNES Attorney at LawANOCflIT TTIIRSI- rIInnnap KY vsii prattle hll irulsIoft In all thaConcla A Ohio and mIJotila euuttiea aa1 In the CIIn ot- I Appeal Strict attention willi glyrhi to all bnlrs ttitrstfd to hi ear l1Uon a sped 1 lty om WilEl tnconrtbeuvL1rkr t Oto Cotflrriitt outW T liCri Intg JalloWi AUornlIwo T llIskJniir A- AadrennClerk itostit lIltruuk Iupr Com tnisIoer II It Ukens TruIJllrlttMI Cit I KfOwII Hiwt4L hartford b1ety SheeISJ- I Kuowim Clarnre Keoun Jo II llt4eet It L lloyd flmi4teYtts iIinurtonveamflrt Ilium lay in larch amid August nat euntinur three weekinnit third IIoDdy in May nnl SoteIr 4Coantand Ouch W II Ilullftl Attorney II Rrllor- 1cort convenu ScsI Etinday in each month Quarterly Courtitegina on the third Monday In April July tctob and January Cotrt oICllmoOOTe lOut Monday in Jim nary TpIII87 after second lionstay In October Other omrersJ II d Konoor Ccomlo Frank10w Aur lIdn Jimmie lhVae School llaperlntenlont lIurlord lieu IH lhnie- I Coronertinipbur8irthgi2uattcc CourtII r lludaou llear tiantFebruary Mey Iii Auguat Si NoolnberlO I leo W MartIn iiaisctownFbraar U hay II ACKultO November U iso hi Ornbam armwsFetraaryi hay S Anlnat 5 Sotemr U T A ITo VordvilleJannary II hay 7- AOKUot7 Snycinber II J A lucks litilortlFbruary 1 May e Aug eat Il November 7 W A Hoop Centertownyebmnary 9 WII PI 20 hlty 5- Augut 23 NOvember U- DortCI1 I rcl1co CourtI Jno II wilson JOIIIt J ti It WodIIrR city Attorney It I lnris Marshal out ron Yen second Monday In each month tgton COIVl- cI K Church SouthService third Simnitity In each month at Ii a m and 71 m And fourth Sunday atp m lrnyrmcetlngyryW4na day lteolaR live J C Ilrle laator- Ilaptist Cburch8rykc held second Sunday in each month Itt It B in and 7 p m lrayer meet lug every Thuriday evening U I Cbortbrrl lirt Sunday In Me mouth at 11 am mnd 7 p m lIey J 1IIIrned pastor School TrolleH lIltrtlordl P hillier JII Glenn 1411 8tpvpn it If lIocker JII It hit 500 Jon Co RIley Town TrusteesA lWhits I P Warner J II Iottna W II ltsritwlckNJ Wedlln- RCOCIt Oocathoa A O U W meetoo Stet and thIrd itutunisy nights Unrtlord Lodge No 615 J A Mason ScsI Monday nlllbt In each month Ilough IUvnr lodlt8No1I0 Knlllhiaol lytbia meets eyer Tuceday nlR- btIton Itortoti loat No4 O A It hold cog afar meeting aturtlajbetoretlrtSinlayii ouch mouthAilmemberuof the fHlMctlulodA RlnlIdattend all meetings Anyone enamg a suetes sac oelcrlption may aninventiontint strictirconadentlat 1IANfl9Q55 on laLnta tOIl1lengpectul notice without Cbareo lit tbe 1eii1Ifl Jlm riCa Ii handsomely illustrated weeklr rAnrett dr- culation of en IclonUOo Journal lerms f3 I- tf ear i four months 1 8011 newsdciera lluNN Co3otnrodtryNow York U leo GIll J atWbloIlIOn D Co C4STOElXAeBears theItoKli You ilne Always BeVgt- itBJgnatvo cf L