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THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE pun IN TEE FOWTB COHBEISSIOKAt DISTRICT Subscription 1 a yctrSo VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 22 1903 ft o44L I ONE STEP MORE Will be fatal to the sleepwalker Will he draw back or will he the final fatal step A great many people are In peril like the sleepwalker They are progressingdaymore step away rom The man who has suffered from Indi gestion or KMtric trouble some night to a dinner antI returns home to find he liftS taken that last step from health which can never be take enbackTo the cure of Indigestion or some other bun of stomach trouble is dangerous It Is also Inexcusable Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion arnt nutrition It the blaod stimulates the liver cures biliousness I IolllOnlkm 0 likeIDUcmrry I nnno utter In words or dencrib with tnwtltn JI n Ambrioc lim of 103 ilimin Kt Hunt lnw1on In t wit taken indigeitlonIno relief I wrote YOU and ou advhcd me to ase Dr llcne Golden MedIci Ulcovery I took three bnttle and I felt 10 good that I MoppcittKini cured I have no symptoms or gastric trouble or Indication now If you ask our dealer for Golden Medical Discovery becatine you have cures do not allow yourself to he switched ofT to n medicine claimed to be just as good but which youknowYou can get the Peoples Common Sense Medical icoS pages paper covtnrte by sending at onecent oiilyAddress MEAT MALT ILl25 ToMIo OID IIfCONtTIOICTn Theres Lila sad Strtafth la Every Dro A scIentifiC combination of the esuallal- coattltucflt of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Loulnrlllc KIT January sj tea MEAT It MALT CO Loulnrillt Kr- CftIllemtttlInlfcumlnedroar Meat and Malt with- ia compcxuloA ant infe u4 nunnfietur I can flat holll InrlU1 n a blood toak II dire ttq atetI Iuvlvrtea n and fl inntiwis pmtratknaad all dilUa 1wlthdbI1ll7 Vail UDKASTFNDISiMD txralirtll Collts I rjamucy MCir a MALT 00 Loutmvllle Np ojOL sifonac ABun tlaTb Kind Yw Hut A1ajs BowM 8pato dJct uVcul BU- VTF4NE SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who nd vcrtlDO n 6000 Bowing Machine fur 1200Q lhlll kind of a machine can bo bought front us or any of our dculcra from 1500 to f1800 WC MARC A VAniCTY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Iced determine tho or wcnknmt of Machines Tho Double Feed combined with other BtrotiK nmki tho New Homo tho best Sewing Machine to buy wniRinr CIRCULARS HowlnKMiichlM r tntttl dir we niauutcturoand prlroi bcforo purchiulng THe NEW BOMB SEWING MASHING GO ORANOC MASS aUnion Bq N Y Chicago III Atlanta lit I4u1JMo DIIAITn8nn Francisco c4 FOR SALt BY Mrs Laure S Webb VlcorrrMrot WomnnB fleino crntlc Clubs ol Northern Ohio H drudtd the change of life which wu rut approaching noticed Wins of td to try a hot II I exptrknc 4 tome etHel ths tint month to I kept on tilting It for thru months now I mtnttniito with no pain and hhall take It oft and on now I hays passed the clhnix Pomalo wcakneM disordered aneotf Jailing of the womb aid- Qnri4n do not WCZ oIl woman to tho change ot lifo Do not vroit buttako now and avoid tho lion fAljtoMrs Webb when shown ln danger When como to thu change Mrs WObb letter moon moro to you than does now But you may now avoid the suffering sno tI si of Wino of C rd- uiLNEoFcARpUI BOYHOOD FRIEND Of Davy Crockett and Edgar s Allen Poe Interesting Reminiscences of Col Pick Jones a Texas- Nonagenarian A dispatch from Seguln Texas ol a recent date to the St Louis GlobeDemocrat says It Is not often that you strike men who can tell reminiscences of more than three qnatters of a century ago Islt- This qnestlou was directed by Col Pick Jones of this city when asked for a story of his boyhood assoca Ions with Davy Crockett and Edgar Allen Poe with both of whom he was Inti mately associated with when a boy Though now In his 9th year Cot Jones walks with the alacrity and en ergy from his home to townol one ninny years his junior Ills mind is clear and active and his memory re markable good Col Jones Is a veteran of three wars and a soldier with many honors was born In Moore county N C near the headwaters 01 the Cape Fear river Ills father Atlas Jones was one of the leading members ol the North Carolina bar and a man of considera ble means for those days and times At the age ol 12 yearIiIlttle Pick as be was then moved with his parents Irom his native state to Madison county Tennessee It was there that be formed the Intimate acquaintance ship with Davy Crockett as he to this daycalls the hero of early Ten nessee and Texas history It was at that time that Crockett then a man or nearly thirty years was In the zenth ol his political career in Ten nesseeMy father and Crockett were great friends even before 1 can recall bav Ing seen him pkldCeU Jones The first time remember of having met him was at my fathers lee Crock et was then canUt IB ttre interest ol his campalKnfaecenHeg to my ice ollection lor thVl yiatBre and I was a boy abofrtftwelve yean of age After that I saw him tinated with him and visited bis home RId he our home frequently Whenever he came anywhere la the vicinity ol Madison county he made my lathers home his stopping place I once spent a week with him in his home In Oblon county Tcnn and we went on sev enl hunts together of which I will tell you some other time He and I made arrangements to come to Texas together In the spring of 1835 but due to the fact that he could not get his arrangements male in time he did not start I think until sometime in the rIll I started In the spring and he was to meet me later on but on account of no mall service and no facilities lor communicating with one another we never met alter we parted in Tennessee Crockett was a splendid hand to tell an anecdote and I will tell you some of his favorite stories and our hunting expe riences at some other time And you want to know something about Edgar Poe do you Well Poe was as fine a fellow per sonally as ever lived on earth It was seventythree ago that be and I entered West Point together I then a boy of fifteen and a naif years and he upward oftwenty Poe and I were classmates roommates and tent mates Prom the first time we met be took a fancy to me and due to his elder years and extraoldlnary literary merits I thought he was the greatest fellow on earth Prom much that he told me ol his previous life be was dissipated before be ever entered for the West Point cadetship He was dlsslpaI to I to lead the class in alt studies lIe was an extraordinary scholar In all branches except mathematics lor which he seemed to have an version In that branch be fell short and that seemed to have a tendency to dis courage him and It was only a few weeks alter beginning of his career at West Point that beseemed to lose In beII when he discovered that he could not lead his classes that It had a tendency to dampen his ordinary genial dispo sition However he would at times become a victim to the blues and for many days he would hardly speak to any one and his disposition seemed to suddenly be changed from lilt energy congeniality and pleasaure to abruptness revenge spltelnlness and even viciousness jUe was Invaribly pleasant tome moodsland ings that the government has since purchased and made apartofthe re serve which was at that time a ren davonzof the boys when they could escape the guards Old Benny I f- oraj get his other name had intoxicants and Poe would risk any chances In evading the officers when in one of his moods to go down and be would invaribly drink until he became rav ing drunk It was not more than four weeks after we entered West Point in June 1823 that Poe accom panled by me made our first venture lo this joint This was the first time I bad ever seen him under the Influence of liquor and he was soon more like a demon than a nine lie was fearless at all times and when under the Influence of liquor was desperate and the boys at West Point always had a high regard for him both through a respect for his extraordina ry talents and through fear Poe would form dislike to a man ml his hatred was deep and unrecon cllable There was one of the teachers there Prof Locke who hated Poe and the spirit of uncongenlality was mutual It was Locke whom Poe on one occasion attempted to throw diwna Gofoot embarkment in the d ad hours oi the night into the Hud Ban river This was when he was re turning from Old Bennys late one night thoroughly intoxicated and Imbued with the Idea that Locke had done him some Injustice It was one of the most trying t orts of my life to prevent Poe Com doing this terrible deed Poe would drink to a most thorough state of intoxication every time he could get where there was anything to drink It was quite frequent that long af ter taps were sounded at night Poe would awaken me and ask me to go down to Old Bennys with him Due to my younger years and the Influ ence ofan older head I would lava ribly accompany him Many a time I have seen Poe in the guatdhouse as a raving maniac from the result of drink after these escapades He when under the Influence of drink knew no such a thing as obedience to his superiors and could only be ban- dIed by force but have never seen him subdued until after the effects ol drink had worn ofl lie finally be came so Intolerant from his excessive drink that he was dismissed for diso bedlence to his superiors I left West Point shortly after his dismissal but never from that time saw him Poe had evinced considerable lit erary genius before he left West Point and probably before he came there He would often write some ol the most forcible and vicious doggerel hr me copy it with my left hand in order that it might be disguised and post it around the building Locke was ordinarily one of the victims of his stinging pen lie would olten play the roughest jokes on those he disliked I have never seen a man whose hatred was so intense as that ol PocoI believe that I am the only living West Point associate of Poe and would like very much to know If there are others Tho Bost Llnlmont I have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm lor rheumatism and lumbago says Mrs Anna Hagelgans pf Tuckahoe 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 recommended It to many and they alt ways speak very highly of It and det dame Its merit are wonderful For sale by all druggists m Shows Their Incompetency- Mr Hoke Smith of Georgia who was one of President Clevelands Cab- Inet officials said in New York the other day Our people are making money The farmers are making money and we want that condition of affdrs to continue It necessarl ly follows that It will not continue If a party that has opposed everythlg Thousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now TO Plod Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condl tlou of kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evldenco of kidI ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the treat kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in the I back kidney liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing Ii or bad effects following use of liquor wine orbew and oVercomes that unpleasant leccasltyot being compelled to go often during the day ansi to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect orSwamp Root Is soon It stands the highest for Its Won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have thIS best Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle ot this wonderful discovery tfk and a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mailiAddress Dr Kilmer nom ot Bw mr Root Co Blnghamton N Y When writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers I SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle aj tone to bring about this great pros perity secures power and proceeds to tear the tariff to pieces and upset things generally The fact that the Democrats are advocating a revenue tariff while at the same time admit ting the undeniable prosperity that now exists demonstrates their Incom petency to govern the country Tariff changes can only be made safely by the Republican That is equally true of the currency and oth er Important questions The record of the Democratic party on these questions has been that of disaster The free trade and free silver element controa It But both factions oppose tarlffPJ1l1adelpblaPress a a GREATLY ALARMED By a Porslstont Cough but Pormanontly Curod by Chamberlains Cough Romody- Mr H P Butbage a student at law In Greenville S C had been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear 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 it I 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 Tnkji LniHtlre llrumo Jnlnlne Tablet All drnirfftau refund the money II It tall to cure K W tirurea aInaturo In on each box Sic D In Memoriiim Eddie W Davison departed this world April 1193 He died with complicated diseases Ills home was near Sbreve Ky Eddie was loved by all who knew him the people have felt his absence both old and young Eddie was an exception of a young man he posessed a loving heart and a lending hand toward all Utile has gone to his home beyond but here he leaves a host oi friends I formed an acquaintance with Eddie almost just one year before hlrdeath There was a mighty cargo of love and friendship stored In our heats during this short time toward each other but death broke the link ol love and friendship which can never be joined until the judgment day FRIEND Too Groat a Risk Inalmostevery neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbns olten before medi cine 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 to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubt edly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine In use It can always be depended upon For sale by all druggist m CASTOrarAeantleIhekhdYRariA1wiys8eut 81150rHandsofitbe 111 Tariff- A revision of the tariff at this pee nod Mr Rfosevelt points out wisely might mean the utmost ruin to the country The man with money would hesitate to continue his Investments where there was a possibility of re turning to a period ol hard times through some mistake on the part of decidedly fallible revisionists while the everpresent danger or overstep ping the bounds ol caution In the re gard to the tariff would mean untold dander Whatever mistakes and din crepancies in the tarlQ there may be atthe present time are not of para mount Importance to the great pros perity of the American people Those who would revise the tariff If they were permitted to do so are no less fallible than those who made the tar ifl restrictions which have made the full dinner pall possible In every home In the land Hands off the tar iff Schenectady N Y Union e e The way to guard against summer complaints which weaken and de bilate is to place the liver on guard by a course of Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets Twentyfive doses for 25 cents at J H Williams CASTOR IAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 0Slgnaturoot Bound to Kick Anyway- It seems pretty hard work to please a free trader He wants foreign goods to come In and yet he holds up his hands in horror at our billion dollars worth ol Imports and says protection is a failure lie must simply be mad clean through because we can afford to pay the billion and still have twen ty to thirty billion more to spend at home and put aside something for a rainy day Economist YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INO When YOU th droren Tantvliwr Chili Tonic 1 endue the formula Ii plainly printed on ever hot ttenbowlnn that It U Blraply Iron and Quinine In aliutelma form No Cur No 1ay 28c For Constipation Tatro Lyons LnxttlroR rrun i mi Weal remedy for handCfo iecianniviundersiigiruumstauva iacto I ct JOhN DROWNS BODY How the War Song was Evolved by Massachusetts Vol unteers Efforts by the veterans ol the great civil war to discover the authors of JohnBrowna Body Irom the ash heap outline have brought to light the history of the stirring song A man In Oshkosh is able to tell the story tot he was one of the original qurtettetliat sang it over forty years 030 and he assisted in the evolution ol hejong This modest veteran of the rebellions who was one ol the men who de the memorable escape fiom lht tunnel at Libby Prison Is James Howard Jenkins president of IheGernianNatlonalBank of Oshkosb This is htiw Mr Jenkins tells ol the birth ol the song In the early spring ol 61 the Boston light Infantrya bat talion ofthree companies under command ol MRJ Rogers of the Boston Journal was sent to Pott Warren in Boston harbor for diill on gcrrlson duty This battalion was made up largely of the better class ot city boys and was to Boston what the Seventh regiment was to New York When the demand for troops became press- Ing the battalion offered its services which however could not be accept ed save as It could be incorporated In one ot the regiments then forming Accordingly the battalion disbanded and a rush was made by its members to enlist In the Twelfth and Thir teenth regiments The Twelfth was completed first and was sent to Fort Warren for organization and drill Among its members were many excellent singers One of the male quartettes was composed of four sere geants Jenkins Brown Edkerly and Eldredge who were continually on the lookout for a good marching mel ody upon which to construct a reel mental war song Prom some un known quarter came a verse John Browns body lies a moldering in the grave His soul Is marching on Glory glory Hallelujah In searching lor a fitting tune they adapted an old campmeeting melody sung by the colored Methodists at the Marthas Vineyard campmeetings to the words Come brothers will you meet us Thyqnjftook at once and the simplicity of the chorus with its swing and lilt made It at once popu lar The verses that followed were Improvised from time to time The death of Col Ellsworth which occurr ed at that time occasioned the verse We lament the death ol Col Ellsworth And his pets his Zounxe will meet him on the way The second tenor ol the quartette was a short broad shouldered Scotch man named John Brown When he put on his knapsack for the first time with his redlined overcoat on Its top he looked so topheavy that the boys laughed at him But quickwitted and goodnatured he retorted by marching up and down singing John Browns knapsack Is strapped upon his back This was straightway added to the list ol verses Well hang Jeff Davis to a sour apple tree was the natural expression of a rampant Massachusetts man On Saturday afternoons Gilmores band came to the front to play at dress parade and large numbers of visitors were also present One Sat urday the quartette went with Gil more into one of the casemates and sang the song to him he following with his cornet till he had fixed the air in his memory On his return to Boston he had It arranged for his band The following Saturday It was played for the first time in front bf the Twelfth Massachusetts volunteer Infantry at dress parade rit Fort War men Boston harbor On Its way to the front the regl menti passed through New York and dined on city hall square When the line was formed to march down Broadway to the ferry the band struck up John Brown and the regiment sang it to the cheers and shouting and excitement of the thousands that lined the street While the song be came a national one yet the Twelfth Massachusetts was always known In its department as the halalujnl regiment Ot the original quartette John Brown was drowned while crossing Q swollen stream near Fort Royal Eldredge died some years ago Edg erley at last accounts was living In Boston The fourth member oi the quartte J IL Jenkins has lived in Ojhkosh since 65 and has presented the foregoing as what he conceives tc be the correct version of the origin ol the most famous of northern battli songs ol the civil war Chicago Trl bune About Kentucky Women Kentucky women are among tht loveliest in the world and renowne the word over for tact end gentlenes as well as beauty and dash They I have been sought In marriage b3 f j HOW A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ESCAPES srnNC CATARRH BY USE OF PERUltifc Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh f MISS HELEN WHITMAN Iia S II t A S C S A S I C I I S a S IIU S A e eo Miss helen Whitman 30SJ Grand avenue Milwaukee Wla writes r 44 There Is nothing like Pcruna for that tired feeling which gives you no ambition for work or play After a prolonged Illness about a year ago I felt unable to regain my health but four bottles ot Pc nina made a wonderful change and restored me to perfect health As long as you keep your blood In good condition you are all right and Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure healthful blood I thoroughly endorse It MISS HELEN WHITMAN Have yon got nerves Well you onght to have nerves But thoy ought to bo strong nerves good nervos Does your hand tremble You are living too fast Does your heart flutter at times You had bettor call a halt Americana live too fast They crowdtoo mnch Into ft slnglo day Thoy have too llttlo lot sure Tho hospitals and Insane asylums are lilting up Tho quiet pastoral scenes of yoro aro becoming rare Its time that wo quit this sort of business How to Get Strong Nerves First repair the Injury already done tojourncrroa Tbe way to do Uu to I I Eftdoscd Is Ten package Root Liver Pffis Governors Senators Congressmen Counts and Earls and have in nearly every Instance been the superior ot the men they have married These Kentucky women have been the wives mothers sisters daughters and sweethearts of the men who have made the laws preached the gospel healed the sick and fought the battles of the United States Ala II A Farmer Out A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism I handed him a bottle ot Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use It freely and if not satisfied after using It he need not pay a cent for It savs C P Rayder ot Pattens Mills N Y A lew days later he walked into the store as straight 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 for it cured me For sale by all druggist m Bears thelieKind Yea Hate Always cght Blgnatuo 111ot Call a Senatorial a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee ol 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 ir 1903 at 2 p ra for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven tion to be held at the county seat of eachcounty in said district on Mon day July 13 1903 at I p m which county conventions shall delegates to attend a district convention to 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 dele gate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President In 1900 and the basis of representa lion in the district convention shall be one vote for each 100 or fraction lover 50 votes cast for McKinley for r President in 1900 The candidate re ceiving a majority of all the votes cast in said district convention shall be declared the nominee ol the Repub lican party for the office ot State Sen ator hi raid districtN- ICHOLAS BAHRASS Chmn M S RACUNii Sccy For Sale I A SchoVorshlj in Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply to thl office p do exactly as did Mattle B Curtis Sec retary of Legionof loyal Women Hotel Salem Boston Mass She sold In ft reo yearwltbifested In aevcro headacho and backache I took fonr bottles of Pornna and for two months havo boon entirely free from theso maladies Nervous Prostration Thousands of cases might be quoted In which Perana has boon uaed to rescue people from the perdition of deranged nerves and put them on the good solid foundation of health The County And Farewell In old Kentucky- To you loyal Democrats We have sacrificed our glory To those daring acrobats The thing Is sealed and settled In behalf of the machine Without a single issue left But learn to suck or ween Reared was a Democrat- It loyalty yet the same But I see in Kentucky no vestage left Save but the naked name I thought when we won Independence Since seventeen and seventysix We were freed from the rule of a mon arch And as well from monarchical clicks But If have been boo dooed For the rise now ol twenty years Mark this my resignation With a cupful of penitent tears I dont like to scratch the ticket From former custom to ween But dont like the absence of flesh and blood And vote for a hardware machine A dont like serving in bondage I dont like the size of the ring- I dont like the rule of such power And therefore I dont like a king Im not absolving allegiance- As you may feel prone to say My vote was not polled in the famous machine On the 9th of the present May Lets now consign that brilliant machine To an ignomlnous rust And vote the Republican ticket thi Ifallcombine with them our trust IAnd Impossible the remedy to be any worse Than the present incumbent dls ease- l3esidesour party is to oldr lo such Too decent to be hugged om squeezed Your Innundos and epithets You may fire at long or short rangt Onthe Gubernatorial issue j VI am a Democrat changed N P KBUEY hot of Erlo county Now York min John WNoff lit a recent lot written at Buffalo Now York stated i I was persuaded by a friend to try a bottlo of your great norvo tonic Poruna and this results were so gratifying that I am moro than pleased to recommend tt A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs a tonlo In tho spring Something to braco tho nerves Invigorate tho and cleanso tho blood That Fonma will do this la beyond all question Evoryono who ban trlqd nhM had tho eamo experience aa Mrs D W Tlmbcrlako of Lynchbnrfr Va who in a recent loiter made use of tho following words I always tako a doss of Pcruna after business hours aa It is a great thing for tho nerves There Is no hotter spring tonic and I have used about all of them Catarrh In Spring The spring Is tho best time to treat catarrh Naturo renews herself every spring Tho system Is rejuvenated by spring weather This renders medicines more effective A short course of Pe nina assisted by the balmy air of spring will euro old stubborn cases of catarrh that havo resisted treatment for years Everybody should havo a copy of Dr Hartraana latest book on catarrh Ad dress Tho Poruna Mcdiclno Co Colum bus Ohio Mrs Lulu Lamer Slonghton Vfia says i For two years I suffered with nerv oils trouble and stomach disorders until it seemed that thero was nothing to mo but a bundle of nerves I was very Irritable could not aloep rost Jbr composo myself and was IKn Lola Larmerlceltalnly tmin to u roof a household I took nerve tonics and pills Without benefit Whoa I began taking- P runaI grew steadily bettor my nerves grew stronger restwaa nq longer fitful and today I consider myself in feet health and strength My rocovoryJ was slow but sure but I prgoverod and was rewarded by perfect h81tbMuLUlu LZmm- it yon do notderive prompt and eatla factory results from tho uao of Peruna write at onco to Dr artman giving a fUn statement of your caao and ho wilt bo pleased to give you hU valuable ad vlco gratis Address Dr Hartman Pro tdon of The IlartmuB Sanitarium Ooluiabas 0 Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MililonbottIeswith every bottle a Cent ot Groves Mack LedgerIStraightened OASTOnXA B for Convention- At elect be KENTUCKYDEIt10CRACY I I thus I lor brain SPLENDID INVESTMENT Good Roads Bring Joy to Every Community r Many of us do not know that bad roads are responsible for so many of our woes because we hive iot thought says Isaac B Potter r Some of our farmers are patientand many contented with those roads and do not know the value of a good one A good road is a splendid Investment There never was a good road made in civilized country on earth that did not pay zoo per cent a year on Its cost A good road raises the value ofev cry acre invites us to market when prices are good and takes us out ol the clutches ot the commission pirates who sell our goods behind our backs at their own figures keep their own accounts and pay us a pittance for toll and trouble A good road shortens distance saves time wagons horse flesh harness increases the load and poslblethe same power that now leaves one ton stuck In the mire A good road brings us closer to gether drives out gloom makes neighbors out of hermits discounts every farm mortgage and brings joy and contentment to every community Imagine a man kneedeep In the mud trying to look cheerlnl Exchange Senator Allison speaks of the futil ity of tariff revision as if he had In mind the many uses ot the same old pigeon hole Brooklyn Standard Union I ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY iNCORrORATID Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones r and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense If you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky 0 YWb MMINw AM Hartford Republican uned by the llnrtlorJ Iubllihlng Compaq IXCOirOBiVED TEZSrxsoxrlio- Combrlaa4 aft Toaeh rlyr II o FRIDAY MAY 22 limes ol A tverllslnf Transient ndTertUemenU roc ptr Inch lint Inwrtlon IOC per Inch each nddltlonal Insertion pedal rata on yearlr contract Local notice lOc per line lint insertion Cc per line each additional Insertion Card ol tbanki resolutions and obltnarlee 10 cents olin Cash In ndranc- eREPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE DR A D PARK Rockport Ky FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky- ANNOCNCEMENT For HIle Senator We are authorized to announce HOX A S nENNETT ua a candidate lor State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial District inujtct ton action ol the Republican party We arp authorized to announce 8L STEVEN D8 o candidate tor StAto Senator Irom tb Ser tntb Senatorial DUtrict abJect to the action 01 the Republican party- wearenuthorired to announce D OAKEn JUIOAim as a candidate for State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial district enbject to tin action ol the Republican party HEBES to you Breathitt Is the public conscience here in Ohio county dead or is it only sleeping Its an off day when Ohio count doesnt loom up in the Louisville papers LITTLENESS always makes Steell manifest and strange as it may seem the smaller it is the more conspicuous it becomes TOE Democratic machine has suc ceeded in grinding out a State ticks at last and now the next grand dif ficulty is soon to commence IF Bryan is compelled to choose between Cleveland and Hill forth Democratic nominee he will no doubt take Mayor Tom Johnson THREE deaths by violence occurred in Ohio county from Thursday tiU Saturday This is perhaps some what above the average casualty re port PEOPLE wbo attend the Ohio Cir cuit Court have no doubt come to the conclusion that public offices can be occupied by anybody or nobody just as you choose to express it No reflection on the Commonwealth Attorney pro tem TUE new scientific cooking with tho aid of the thermometer may be aright but we aro always impatient when at the table waiting for our hash and were inclined to think the new method will require too much of the cooks time to thcrmomct THE path which leads to succet always takes us through rugged toot ways but as surely does it lead us to shady nooks of pure delight whicl are always found by the patient honest toiler If you cannot love your work you should change you occupation for your hands will be in the wrong work and your work wil be in the wrong hands TIlE good roads question will soon be up to tho people of New York to pass upon The last legislatuie pass ed a resolution proposing a constitu tional amendment authorizing the ex pcndituro of five million dollars an nually for a period of ten years Af ter this has passed the next legisla ture it will be submitted to the vote of the people It is to be hoped tha it will carry American roadway fall far behind those of Europe New Yorks significant movement may bi tho dawning of a new era for the road ways of tho United States IN a letter to the Louisville Her aid Mr N P Kelley a prominent Democrat living near Magan has the following to say lain taking your paper and note with pleasure and appreciation your comment ou the deplorable and noiloiu Democratic ltu utlonln Kentucky I am a dyeddu the vool Democrat but If the Republican party will put out a clean man I would most beurt ily and cheerfully eupport him In preference to GOT Iktkhain If Cuulrnian Young wunte Ilttkhnra eronned King It would be more prudent I think for the Chairman to take him over to England Jlowtsrer Iguorunt nod unlearned the rustle Democratic Yottrn In the rural districts of Kentucky may be we tire not yet prepared to accept the reign and rule of a King I not only want Dvckbum defeated but fur personal private public and conservative reasons I want to help de rent him We feel Mr Kelley that there are thousands of good Democrats scattered all over Kentucky who in done your sentiments We have heard other echoes from Ohio county Demo crats To have tho courage to stand for our convictions is highly com mendable THE statements published in the Owensboro and Louisville papers about the killing of Andrew Render here last Saturday were viciously and violently false There was no public disturbance or show of disorder among the white or colored persons here Some of the young ladies here visited the scene of the killing a short time after it had occurred and before the dead negro had been removed Not a single deputy Was summoned by Sheriff Keown indeed save tbe lamentations of the mans relatives the town was as quiet as usual These falsehoods do more to injure tho townI than they do to accomplish any desired motive for which they may have been intended THE Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Fayette Circuit Court Wednesday sentencing Claude OBrien and Earl Whitney to death for the murder of A B Chinn The murder which occurred October 11 1902 attracted widespread attleution and owing to its peculiar atrocity no- one will regret that the youthful murderers will be compelled to pay- tbe extreme penalty a 444 I t SMALLHOUS KY Mrs L R Barnard and two little daughters Livermore visited Mr and Mrs Sam Morton last week Miss Oma Maddox who has been attending school at Bowling Greet returned home Sunday Several person from here attended the the Street Fair at Hartford last weekMessrs C O Hunter and Ottii Kimbley returned to their home Sunday from Hartford where they had been attending school Mr M D Maddox who was In Hartford several days last week reo turned home Monday Mr Jesse Hill went to Hartford MondayMiss Sallle Hunt is visiting rela tlves at Beaver Dam this week She will visit relatives at Rockport before returning home Messrs Claude Bennett and R D Hunter spent Saturday night and Sunday at Rockport- Mr Sam Morton went to South Carrollton Monday Messrs W C and Lee B Overhul went to Hartford Monday S 100 Reward 9 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at teal 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 a constitutional disease re quires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu tlon and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send fOI list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best a Y M C A Notes Mr P C DIx the Department Secretary of the State Committee addressed a good crowd of men at Beave Dam last Sunday afternoon afte which an informal conference was held a number of the prominent bus- Iness men of Beaver Dam were In tha conference some forward steps wll be taken in the near future cs a resnl of that conference which will be c great benefit to the Association am the people of the town Another meeting will be held Ir the room over the Deposit Bank nexl Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock at men invited At the meeting of the County Com mlttee last Monday afternoon th resignation of Mr E A Cottrell al County Secretary which was offers at the previous meeting was accepted and Mr E W Patterson was called to take up the work Mr Patterson needs no Introduction to the peo pie he Is worthy and well qualified for the work Some forward steps are being planned all along the line of Assocla lion work in this county Hartford Association gave an en tertalnment on last Monday night that was very well attended a smal sum was cleared Hartford Mens meeting at 231 oclock next Sunday afternoon al men Invited Boys meeting at 130 p m on thi same day all boys 15 years old and under are invited to attend The juniors will spend tomorrow In plcnicinjr at Black Hocker Hill it charge ol Mr E W Patterson and E A Cottrell a good time Ja antlclpat ed Wreck at McHenry The eastbound last mall train No 102 jumped the track at the nortf end of the McHenry coal shoot las Friday at 555 p m and ran Into the ditch near the depot It was two hours and twenty minutes late and was endeavoring to make up lost time Engineer James Matthews and fireman John Kirk were both horribly mutilated and were dead when found About fifty passenger were on the train almost all of whom were Injured but none fatally The engnee reversed the engine and stuck to hU post heroically loosing his own life in an effort to save those in his car The train was a total wreck but due to the promptness of the I C people all sign of It has disappeared When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists m For CoiiHtlimlloii tleaandchlidreauhfpfeuantlatakrandpendy n HARTFORDS STREET FAIR Large Crowds in Attendance Both Days Premiums Awarded As was anticipated the Street Fair here Friday and Saturday was a complete success In every detail The crowd Saturday was estimated at 5 000 while less than halt this number were here Friday The visitors seem to have been entertained In a way eminently satisfactorily Below we give a list of premiums awardedRing No i by Carson CoBest mare and young colt one sewing ma chine 25 Won by E E Brown Rockport Ky Ring No2 by John B foster Best suckling call one barrel best flour E5 Won by J B Sanderlur HOltonRing NO3 by Thomas BrosIles cow and calf one cooking stove 15 Won by H B Taylor Sr Beavei DamRing NO4 by Taylor Lewis Best gelding one set of buggy hat ness 10 Won by B F Tichenor CentertownRing 5 by Carson BrosBest young colt one shotgun 6 Won by J W Rowe Centeitowr Ring No 6 Rlleys Meat Sbop Best ewe and lamb one clock 5 Won by John Chinn beaver Dam Ring NO7 Commercial Hotel Largest turkey five dollars In gold Won by Mrs F M Porter Hartford Ring No8 by L F Woerner Best hen and chickens one pair of ladles fine shoes 83 50 Won by Mrs S J Hawkins Hartford Ring NO9 by C J Rhoads Best halfdozen frying chickens one set dining chairs 6 Won by Albert Rial Hartford Ring No 10 by Bank of Hartford Best pair oi mules any age ownedI by one man fifteen dollars Won by W W Park Clear Run Ring No II by Bank of Hartford Best horde or mare any age ten dollars in gold Won by S D Myers RenderRing No 12 by L T Barnard Best mare and suckling mule saddle blanket and bridle 10 Won by Leslie Coombs Palo Ring No 13 by E L Bulltngton Best pig 5 months old and under five dollars In gold Won by J E Maddox Rockport Ring No 14 by Cleve IlerBes boy rider 10 years and under boys saddle blanket and bridle 5 Won by Ben Kimmel Ceralvo Ring No 15 by Henry Nail Best oldtime fiddler saddle bridle and spurs 15 Won by Jno W Ashley TaffyRing No 1 6 by A D White Winner In foot race one bicycle 20 Won by Wilber Johneon Sulphur SpringsRing No 17 by Ohio County Bank r Best double team in harness re- gardlessr of sex or ownership ten dollars in gold Won by Zeke E Reid SmallhouseRing t 18 by FlrstNationol Bank I Best yoke of oxen twentyfive dolt lars In gold Won by Clarence Pat r ton Adaburg I Ring No 19 by R L Tweddell Best filty ears of corn one shove I plow 5 Won by Jno Foster Not CreekRing I No 20 by W M Hudson Best mule ten dollars In gold Won by Fox Brown Wysox Ring No 21 by Yeiser Morrlsor I Best halfbushel of wheat ou I shovel plow 5 Won by Jno Chinn Beaver Dam Ring No 22 by R H Glllespie Best halfbushel of oats one set of doubletree and singletrees 2 50 I Won by Hard In Baird Hartfojd Ring Ne 23 by Lee Chlnn Best 2 year old colt one set of harness 15 Won by L E Ward Hartford Ring No 24 by Wood Tinsley Best bale of hay three dollars in gold Won by Nat Llndley Matanzas I Ring No 25 by B B Collins Best string band ten dollars In gold Won by Dundee String Band Ring No 26 by City Restaurant Winner in rack race 7 50 to first and Q2 50 to secon total 10 Won by J M Hamilton 1st G M Hoover 2nd Hartford Ring No 27 by Fair CoTo- choir that makes the best music lim ited to five selections each 30 yards all wool ingrain carpet 15 Won by West Point Choir By J H Williams Nearest correct guess to number of pills in a pound bottle one watch 15 Won by Wavy Liles Taylor Mines No of guess 2337 No In jar 3339 By Sam Bach Best looking man lone fcultof clother 15 Won by Tohn Brown Hartford By G J Bean For the finest look- Ing lady over 28 years old and under 45 who has never been married five silver dollars No entries By RT Her Best looking widow one side saddle blanket and bridle ten dollars Won by Mrs Addle Broomfield Jingo By J W Ford Prettiest baby 2 years old and under ten dollars in gold for the second prettiest five dollars In gold Won by Edna Pearl Shown 1St premium daughter of Hosea Shown Eva M Moseley 2nd daughter of Robt Moseley By the Economy Dry Goods Store To the most popular young man one trnnk 7 5 The most popular young lady one ladies hat 750 Total 15 Won by H M McCor A Constipation Does your headache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Aycrs Pills arc- liver pills They cure constipation headache dyspepsia Zee All druggltU boauntulbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEMftr eeM 01 DIYal ill p W1 L A Co NMMU MH mic No Creek Lady Miss Leon Miller Magan By T J Turley CoBest cake baked by a farmers wife or daughtei one silver tea set 25 Won by LP Turner Maxwell By J G Shacklett SonTo the oldest man one walking cane 2 50 Won by T L Allen Hartford By W S TinsleyTo the lath rand mother of the largest family e to be present i hatchet r brass rule i drawing knife i cold chisel i trj quare i No 102 block plane I hcb toae i mincing knife i pa- 7tfinch shear t di zen table spoons I Delft sauce man I Delft tea kettle total 6 Won by and equally divid ed between Jos Thompson Htflin andJL Hicks Beda By C J RhoadsNearest guesstc number ol grains of corn In a quart jar one ion bedsteado Won bj Claude Moxley No Creek No or guess 202 I By E CrabtreeNearest guess to number ol seed In a pumpkin 25 pounds of coffer to the next nearest 15 pounds of collet to the next nearest 10 pounds of coffee total 10 Won by Melvina Williams 1st S P Rowan 2nd and Lizzie Travis 3rd By Z Wayne Griffin Bro Nearest guess to quart of mixed grain r set of dishes 25 Won by S H Ellis No guessed 521 number In 5228By Schlemmer Niarest gues to number of loaves of bread sold c- Loth days of the fair one cake 5 Won by Clayton Bozarth Hartford Guessed 409 number sold 410 To the one that would throw a greased hog over the court how fence premium offered by R T Col line Won by L L Newcomb Beda By Bean Bros3 worth of tlllnj to the largest and smallest man Won by C A Hudson Buford and W N Stevens Hartford As H closing event of tbeStreel Fair festivities a special purse wa5 made up for the best lady dancer The prize was 15 in RoldIo toth best and 5 to next best dances Th dancing occurred on the concrete pavement In front of the postoffide Only two ladles danced and they were Misses Bertie Feemster living neal Hartford and Rosa Wilson Hvir Roslne The judges awarded the to Miss Feembter and the 5 to Mis WilsonThe music for the Street Fair wal furnished by the Morgantown bras band and was firstclass The lawyers county officers doctors and otb tr business men of the town Contributed the money 65 that brough the band Sunday School Convention The Ohio County Sunday Schoc convention will meet in Hartford or May 30 1903 Each Sunday schoo in the county Is requested to sem two or more delegates also a repot of their work Take a collection o ten cents each for each officer ane eachpupllIwork All delegates will be enter talned by the local committee D E Thomas chairman Hartford Rev T C Gebauer Sunday School fielc worker of the Kentucky Sunda School Association will conduct thi work Dont fail to have your Sun day school represented and lets hay the best convention in our history E W PATTERSON Co Pr- esConstipation And nil symptoms and Results of Indigestion AbtOluUlf NfflOMd bf the UM Of DR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded If you are not pleated with reiultij haa cured tbouiudiwhy not your mtrcbantolM01lcouiipattooind tionadwaprcndMu- pon to try CuUtedri German Liver eoodIebetter at once rotaendhlmoeauvredcithlett wil moil dreaded 1 ailment lit It now a well mannd Boca not une any medidne If willcootouonly23eentandahouiditno I teland your tnontr THB AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO Evanivlllo lad CumberlandTELEPHONE AIm Telegraph Co e tncorpomttil 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 wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C PI NOWL1N Manry u Barnes Store is a Restless Store Wo are not content with what wo did yesterday lust week or Inst year Our endeavor is to do bettor todayovory day Wo two striving constantly to increase tho usefulness of this store to build it greater to keep it the Ono Store in the Green Rivor Country where tho interests of our customers are always paramount nt nIl times Evidence of success is easy to find It shows in our rapidly growing storo in our superb Spring Stock in qualities that cannot bo questioned and values that cannot bo equaled anywhere Wo were never bettor prepared to supply tho doniands oflitho goodold summer time than now and wo want your trade If you will only visit our storo und see for yourself tho good things wo aro offering and that so muny are taking advantage of you will certainly bo a customer of B P BARNES tC BRO Mens Underwear Shirts and drawers 25c 500 and Ji each Htlfhose of every description loc to 5OC Mens handkerchiefs 50 to 50c each Collars in the new shaper Garters Rubber Collars Arm Bands CuDholders Collar Buttons Cuff But tons everything a man needs we have it Furniture and Cooking Stoves These lines are Indlspenslble to every home and every spring cleaning suggests some newthlng In the furniture line and a worn out stove demands a new one We have them for yon any size and price you need We have btnt3000 square feet devoted exclusively to the exhibition of these goods and our assortment of Beds Dressers Wash Stands Folding Beds Couches Rockers Chairs Mattresses and Stoves Is far beyond the reach of any Hi e In this couty Summer Wash Goods Our exhibition of Wash Dress Fabrics is something marvelous Every thing new In fabrics and pattern can be seen here both for waists and full suits Just received an entirely new line of white goods for waists and Ox ford Pique White Mercerized Madras and all the uptodate white mate rialtoWe can sell you wash goods at 5c 7c 8c roc 150 250 3oc 400 500 and 65c peryard In skirt goods we have all the new wears form too 150 r 2oc 250 end 350 A great line at soc 750 850 i 125 anti 1 50 Fans Everything that the heart could desire In this line is right here from sc apiece to r7S each When you are in need of a Fan remember we are in the Fan business for your benefit as well as ours Trimmings- We have oil the new grape effects Onr latest designs in Insertlngs Medallions Applique Embroideries and Buttons are worth traveling miles to see Farm of all made by the JJ Case Co for sale by NW Ky Strops warranted a give you le always found in thin d lartmcut of our business litre in scarcely day that something new is not dded to this stock We ire fixed to furnish the latest warm weather lata You need a new lintwhy not go Foil know you have a big stock to select from where you know you can Get the latest shapes and the latest styles in Trim You are invited to visit our and espe unity this department Our assortment of Um id fomethlng beyond the ordinary Onr line ol fun In the following prices Soc 750 1 i 125 i So r 75 2 fzSXtnd 3 In colors we carry rtda blues browns and Soc it 150 r 75 nd20o Parasols in whites 15o fi and 2 75 Childrens Para sols 25e5oc1 and 150 Carpets Lace Window Shades This is one of the most useful departments in our store We carry the goods in stock You buy It We cnt It to fit your room and you take it home with you the same day You can buy Hemps at 150 zoc and 250 h grains 2sc 330 soc 65c 751 Mattings r2yc ISC 20250350 Lrv Curtains 1 i 50 i 75 2 2 25 2 50 and fjper pair Window Shad p roe 35d 51 75 When visiting this department ask to see WhitmonV adjustable shade hrckit Costs you 1011 Makes your shades last long r Shirts and are prepared furnish yn these goods from our stock but prefer a shirt made tojnr especial we certainty ln it for you no additional exprnM 1 you carry Rt i fi fc 5 4 on fs 00 f6 m and 7 uo Uat JI i 1 5 175 2 2 50 anti 375 and Gents Fur Goods livery item in this department 41 stand the scrutiny of the most a i rlenced ehppper and one in need of anything in line can affnmiss seeing our assortment Mens Suits I 5 6 8 50 1000 f i 1351 i 15 8 and 20 Boys Suits in all the different styles 750 ft Nt 125 i 51 2 00 2 25 3o f4 oo and 5 oo Elegant line of IrnIt with or without 5OC Madras line In all the new anti ijh thetninute styles 750 850 fi oo NECKWEAR Everything new from 50 to soc each Ladies Mens Misses and Shoes and No what you want In this line we bMleve we can please y ti and to give yon any sort of an idea about this line require n IH e catalogue but we mean to say that we are offering iln a t modern lasts toes most artistically constructed and most r priced assortment of footwear ever Ladles Shoes r 35 r 50 2 oo and i 50 Fine r 35 5 i 2 oo 225 2 so 3 00 3 51 400 and ff 50 Ladles Slippers 75C 1 M 5 150 175200225 and f2 50 Mens Lowcuts I 50200225 n fi j and Childrens from 500 to 2 no We are the Shoe p i o Claus Scissors Razors and Razor Ev cry article bearing this brand Is fully If you get bad our return it and we will a good one a well where sling ture brellas blacks greens and colors fi to right should you measure will at We Skids 25f2 25 DO Pcltlco oo n tiu this Shirts collars and matter would quill newest loll high grade shown Mens Shoes Misses Shoes Scissors at 450 5c 6oc 750 and 850 Razors 75C 150 210 2 511 Razor Strops 750 too and t 25 5 TO FARMERS Wo are already receiving large quantities of Wool Hams Sides Shoulders in fact nil kinds of Country pllwih fur winch wo pay every cent tho market will justify and wo charge you just exactly tho steno price fur joods exC r produce that wo do for tho spot cash over tho counter Wo give you a square honest deal all around I4oaiJdJJ J ymir produce and comp to see us EP Barnes Bro Beaver Kyr Threshing Traction and Portable and Machine kinds famous Machine Dundee Latest Millinery Umbrellas Mattings Curtains ReadyMade Petticoats- We Clothing nishing Childrens lowcuts Slippers unquestionably THE lpiJdr Machines Engines Supplies Skaggs and- Parasols Security Mutual Life Insurance Com t- lBinghamtoia flY N Y Issues all forms of Policy Contracts at tho liv jusi blo rates consistent with absolute safety Wh its cjtrry your insurance with this Company Have the Policy Registered the roocrvi li piti ed with tho State of Now York as trustee and make jhis the most sacred of your investments ahsplt f cty secure For information regarding Policy Contract at11 1111 or address E W PATT I I if IHrll ri Ky e SalefiIi Slicer Latvtls 50 d4 Fine Organdios 100 Solid Color Orgnndiesl0e4fi Fino Drown Cotton 5c Ginglianla20cdiIi 1no 10c Ii Ii Shoe Sale 1 Ladies Fine Oxfords 125 fi Lulios ThreeStrap Slippers 150 Lndios Fino Kid Shoos 150 fi Misses Patent Leather Oxfords 100 4 Infant Strap Slippom 75e 200t4eltQ 41fi Clothing Sale 47 Mons Wool Suits 450 Fine Illnck Suits750 to 1500 41 Fancy Plaid Suits1000 to 1500 41 Childrens Suits kneo pants 1 to 350 41 Boysl1 to lOyrs oldSuits 250to 1000 f Now Cnssil11oro Pnnts100 to 500 U ty 41 tOe to- Pants 50c t Mull 11 75t0S Hats bU 41 fie rr re r er errr rr Republican FRIDAY MAY 22 illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo- Ner thn card tIII Sreet aaudar Doc 1- Itnt No No 7 110011INolrrdoetrlrpm PrelRIle- aNolalduTaaam So1WduerlrpmD City Restaurant Read Davies Co Bk Tr Co ad hot and cold lunches at City Res tatlraat Dont buy a BUjtlXY until you have seen onr TAVroa Lnwts City Joreverything nice amt gaol to t nt Teat usthat is nil we wsutC- ARSON Co Uvertblnjt the very nicest and beet ul City RrMAurMn- tPrench Organdies Patti Muslin for commencement BIllalr Co Muney Mete Is well CARSON Co A smile of athllactlon goes with every suit at Carson CO Vrnne Candles and In Rstllold at City Rrstanrnnt City Restaurant Is pteparing to fend the hungry Come to see us We fit lorm pocketbook and Saucy- CARSON Co Bananas Apples Lemons Or angel in abundance at Carson Bros nooses charge you tsoo for Suits that Fair Co sell you for tel Yutul Vunl how good that Ice Cream and Sherbet Is at City Retau rant Patty Fans Elbow Mitts and SIlk Gloves for commencement at FAir Cos Pair Cos 1511 strap Slippers are what houses charge you for- Credit houses ask t5e for White Curtain Rilr Cos Cash Is loc Anyone having a horse to be trained should callon or write S C Blair Ky Mr Jesse Pate died At his home on Darnetta Creek labt Prlday and was burled at Mt Cuwd on Saturday He had been sick quite a long time SHYLOCK was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh a ro man y ShYlocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh they can ittake Scotts is flesh IL and blood bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the giver of human flesh We will send you of ounces free SCOTT I SOWN6 Chemists 400456 Pearl Street Now York yoe and too I all dmn4tpA u up pupp u n n Notion Sale E Snnsilk nIl shades 5c ii t Silk thread 5c I Wiro Hair Pins 5c ba Iadies Vest 5c tI Bluo Button Sc- Loathor bI Vrlst Hl1gs 25c tNowy Hosiery bSaleI 15 dozon Childs HosoRibbed1 h 15It u u t15c10II Lnco Stripo Hoso25e I1 5II I WhiteHose150 J30II Ladies l lain lllack lose 8c b 50 Fancy Hose l5C- j 5II II II Stripe Hoso250 2011ens Socks 5c ji Millinery Salee E Sailors 25c to 100 f b Trimmed Hats0- b to 1000 rRibbonsNow Veilings 25e to 50c bP Childrens Cnssimero Baby Caps J 150r t4 toys Cnssirnero ChildrC11s tt b Pants 150 50c M MMM M MMM M rSir r r rrr7 r r r r r r r r r rMsir r r r r r r r g Hartford NoUldueb3am- rotat 8 Restaurant spent apent Nlctt Cakes and Credit credit 1200 you Poles price Hartford Shylock There and get Emulsion Scotts Emulsion body great a couple White stylo Flab nab Flsbl City Restau rant New line Black Goods for Shirting at Fair Cos Fair Co want your woolcash trade paid you Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant For Cheese Sausage Sardines Sal mono Oyters go to Carson Bros Our highest ambition Is to have you satlafie1 CARSON Co Let us know our error you will see Itcorrected CARSON Co Our clothing costs little looks well and lasts long CARSON Co For polite and careful attention and firstclan tonsorial work call on Bullington Hull Dont stew and sweat over making Ice Cream and Sherbet when you can buy It lit City RestaurAnt Buy your Ltce Curtains at Fair Cos A nee lot at prices 15 percent leis thIn credit houses ask you John Hamilton who has been attending school here this spring returned to his home at Adaburg Tues day Memorial service which was to be held at No Creek May 30 has hen postponed on account of the smallpox scare T J Edge who has been attending the A M College at Lexington returned to his home Rt Megan last weektMiss Hattie Sanders returned to her home at Frledaland Sunday after a five months attendance at HarUordI College Fair Cos Immense line of tor Organdies In solid and figured lire what credltselIIng houses charge you 12c for The exercises at the Methodlbt church In observation of Chlldrena Day last Sunday were aUedded by a large crowd Dr D W Ring Osteopath Is lit W G Hardwlckil Call II needing treatment Consultation and Exam nation free 41tf- N S Ambtos who has been d student of Hartford College for the past five months will go to his home at Tally tomorrow Every visitor at the Street Fair Is Invited to Inspect our line of Buggies and Carriages A car load just reoI celved TAYoa Lzwts- Loanle Leach and Isaac Hoover both students of Hartford College returned to their respective homes at Roxey and F ledalanl Monday Miss MaUlt Museley returned to her home at Pleasant Ridge Monday Ste has been a student In Hartford College during the spring term Miss LoDIl Flener who has been attending sChool here for the past six mouths returned to her home at Brooklyn Butler county last Mon day Go to Rlleys Bleat Shop for Meal Flour Potatoes Lime Fresh andf Bulk Meats Country Lkrd Hams Sides and Shoulders All deI liveredIVANTED3oocbb3 chicken manure jmustbe delivered to me In I1aIUofd Ky between now and September t5 1903 41t3 DR J R PIRTLlf C M Barnett B D Ringo W A Rone R B Stevens Heber Matthews and Dr A B McCarty have been ap pointed by Judge Miller as delegates for Ohio county to attend the Third State Commercial Convention which meets In Louisville June 2 3 and 4 1903 Ice Cream Ices Phosphates Coco Cola and Dr Pepper and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store Bud Tanner was on the streets of Hartford Tuesday with a breaking out on his face which the doctor fears smallpox Roscoe Whittinghill Fordsvllle and Miss Fannie Render Hartford will graduate at the A M College Lexington June 4 Z913 Prof Smith and his troupe of col ored singers from RussellvlUe will give an entertainment In the hall of the Central Business College Satur day night Tickets on sale lit Fosters Grocery at The Missionary and Sunday School Convention of the Ohio County Asso elation which was to have been held at Pleasant Grove on May JO and 3J has been Indefinitely postponed on account of the proximity of smallpox STRAYED OR STLnNOn last Mon day night one bay horse 5 years oM three white feet black mane and tall 14 hands high wart on left side or neck Information as to his where abouts will be rewarded W M BavNT Rosine Ky Mr Sam Bach moved his large stock of dry godda Into the building on Market street formerly occupied by J W Fords feed store yesterday The lArger and more commodious quarters the better location and SAms hustling qualities Insures him the contlnatlon qf the liberal patronege the public which he has always enjoyed At the County Examination last Friday and Saturday there were thirty nine appllcapts sIx of who oh tamed firstclass certificates thirteen obtained second class pine receIved third casa and eleven failed Miss Maymee Shown made the highest gradegl 2U The others who received firstclass certificates were Mry J Bennett Clarence Bennett W S Hill Jesse Rock and M D Maddox y Notice We will receive bids fcrthe buidlng of a new paraolfage In Hartford on May 23 1912 R HoLanooh J R Ptarra II Court Notes The Ohio Circuit Court began Its regular session here Monday Jake Rowe arrived lu town drunk as usual and J S Glenn was appointed to take his place at as expense of eight dollars a day to the tax payers Dr W H Barnes Is In attendance to aid In took alter those who have violated the law The following named gentlemen day were empaneled as grand Jurors for as JosephHockerClark Igleheart R N Duke Milton fur Black David London Hosea Shown Sam Davidson Jas McSherry and R H Stewart Burch Shields Fore man Sam Davidson Clerk apd- David London Sheriff Dr The following tamed gentlemen JurorsfarEverly Virgil Rocker R C Had the Luther Rogers S U Hoover J TaylorDavid Murdlandand J D Leach All cases in the court up the present have been diapered of In various petitjury of The present grand jury Is composed Republlcans Ing A majority of the grand Jury voted against Indicting Pulll for the killing- of InThreeJuryBen a tempted arson Will Reid detaining a alVisitingtie Owensboro J M Porter and DTB Rhodes Beaver Dam N T aid Morgantown H PERSONAL MENTION tt li ii ttt H Dr Innis Render was here Wad nesday J n Dennis Prentis was IntoWn Monday W G Bennett Beds was In to Vnda Monday totwn Dr Smith Mcllenry was In town Wednesday Joke Everly Ceralvo was In the city Monday Geo Maddox Rockport was In town Monday Marlon Crowder Renfrow was town Monday Wm Awtry Horse nrarch was In town Monday J B Howard trordsvUle was In town Mnday Geo W Martin Cromwell was In town Monday Wes Miller Horse Branch was town Tuesday John II Stewart Select was in tows Tuesday c M Barnett returned to LouisJ vllle Tuesday Chas Dull Sulphur Springs In town Monday Luther Rogers Balzetown was In the city Monday Galen Gentry Barrette Ferry sthatIn town Monday Tom Darrttt Barrette Ferry was In the city Monday Perry Ashby Centertown was 1 n the city Monday C W Moss Clinton Ky was In town Wednesday Sam BIshop McHenry was In town Wednesdays F Sandllur Manda was among our callers Monday E A Tlllord Morgantown Woe In Hartford Wednesday T F Johnson Sulphur Springs was In town Monday Dr S S McReynolds Rcchester was here Wednesday E C Reeves Racine Wis was In L Hartford Wednesday O P Wilson Sulphur Springs was In town Tuesday In Mrs Is W Taylor Greenvllle vis- Ited tn town last week L N Murphy Prentls was a caller the office yesterday Bruno Frye Narrows was In town Tuesday and Wednesday- J Marshall SmallClnclnnatl Ohio t was la town Wednesday Joel Elmore Westerfield was a caller et this office Tuesday J C Westtrfield Pleasant Ridge was In Hartford Wednesday Den L Davis Sulphur Springs gave us a pleasant call Tuesday Thos A Comely New Haven Coon was In town Wednesday Marion Stateler Cromwell visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday James B lIer Owensboro visited rell1t1ves here Monday and Tuesday Wlolle Allen Rosine was In tows Wednesday and called at this office Fon Rogers and Ernest Woodward made s trip to Pleasant Ridge Tuesday John J and Lem McHenry visited their mother here the first of the week W V Taylor Dutler county was the guest of Mr T M Taylor here Monday = Senator N T Howard Morgan town was In Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Georgia Bell of Pleasant Ridge visited Miss Ella Herring the first of the week Mrs R B Martin is visiting rea 1 elves at Cromwell and In Butler county this week Cbas E Ford and family Fords vllle visited the family of Dr E W Ford daring the Fair John Ragland and wife Roslae visited the family of M S RaglandJ the first of the week G Davis Royal and family Magau visited the family 011 T Wallace Saturday end Sunday Gllrnett Felix little daughter of C W Felix Olatan Is vlslUn the family of F L Felix Mrs M R Smith returned Mon to her home In Owensboro after extended visit here Mrs M L Heavrin left Tuesday an extended visit to relatives In Otvensbord and Henderson Miss Anna Smith and little sister Mary Llordavllle are the guests of n W Bards family this week R T Wedding and wife Miss Mary Wedding Mrs Olivia Cecil visited family of Mrs J A Wedding this weekDr Jesse Dean who has been I1t tending the Hospital School of Medicine Louisville returned home Sat urdayMiss May who la the bookkeeper the firm of T J Turley Co at Owensboro visited friends here dar the Street Pair Mrs J N Martin Cromwell and daughter Mrs John X Taylor Earl retained to their homes alter weeks visit to the family of R n 4 Diorite W M H Phillips sail Loney Stew t Princeton Ind have been visit Mr and Mrs S lor Phillips y neboro left yesterday to visit Irlends in- V I u SOCIAL NOTES Owen Carpenter was In Beaver Dam Sunday Robt Carne and Clarence Barnett Owensboro visited In Hartford Sun Den Woodntff and harry Harris Render visited friends here Friday evening Among those who attended the ball at the Hartford House Uddap event ng were Misses Attie Wilson and Effie Shreve Roslnri Willa Lea Allen and Stella Daniel Owensboro Messr Myrtle Fought Owensboro Ernest WoojwtrdInanBaker Taylor MInes Music was 1 nlshcd byfarlor Mines string band Those who attended the Flinch patty glean by MIss Katie Thomas at her home Friday night were Miss Jessie Glenn Pearl Thomas Effi r Render Cassle Riley Irene Mill ef InLIIIle Burton Hattie Barnett wino Stevens Elva Bean and Artie We d dhigbfessra blur Fogle Ottle KI m bley C S Bennett Dr D W King Cecil Stevens OBCRr Shultz Johnson and Owen Hunter sThe entertalument furnished at courthouse Monday night by S DeVault of Louisville was ofa highI literary chrrlcter lie differed fro other lecturers that have been here In his lecture was replete with 1 and humor The music furnished the local musicians added very mate rlally to the evenings entertainment t It was a genuine pleasure to be dlsap pointed forthe program was eertai- ly n excellent Childrens Day Celebration The Pink Hall and No J9 Snnd Schools will celebrate Childrens Ds at Pink Hall school house near Echols Ky June 14 tg J Everp onc Is Invited to be present and eaj eyter the entertainment Dinner win be had on the ground HOM R CARGAL Supt Mrs L F Woerner Dead Mrs Sarah E Wrerner wife of Mr F Wccrner died here last Pllday morn lag after a long and protract Illness Her remains were Interre the Carson burying grounds Friday afternoon Funeral services were onducted by Brothes Bean and Bennett She was an exemplary chris tlanwoman She leaves It tamp end many fiends to mourn her demise Weak rrl suffered terribly and was ex tremely weak for I years The doctors said my blood was all turning to water At last I tried feeling Ayers Strsaplrlllarand was soon Mrs J W Filla Hadlyme Ct youhave le poorly you may be today Ayers Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifyIng and en rIching the blood Dont doubt It put your whole trust in it throw away everything else 110a a kllle All Aek doetnr abet eeruparll1L Ile old lamllr maimIwe will tutnaedJ oaR CO I Buy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver Dam Ky DEAlER Ifi= Groceries and HardwarcfHar vesting Machines Farming Implomonts Commercial Fertilizers Field and Garden Seeds Etc STEVENS RIFLEStetry k1 I u Ydreronkktuo4efdr Ilk of r- J 7xt Isaile eat rtIiaIeprMr 4001L Stoyans Rifles 7airkY1k u vtv eIln rM alt n Ye wtlll order erpreu- prepali W 1oa4 W iii I i I I I Il Spring Me icinw Thorn to no other season when good modicino Is so much needed as in tho Spring Tho blood Is Impure weak and ImpoverishedII condition Indicated by pimples and other eruptions on the taco and body bY deficient vitality- of loss ot appetite lack ot strength and want ot animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Mako the blood pure vigorous and rich crento appetite give vitality stroogth and animation and curo all eruptions Have too whole family begin to take them today Hood Sarsaparilla has been need la withuRood results Last spring I was aU rundown end got a bottle of U and lie steal received great benefit blue DGLAn- DOTa Stowe Vt eaHoods Sarsaparilla promise to cure keops the promise NEW Y M C A SECRETARY EA Cottrell Resigns and is Su perseded by Prof E W Patterson givePn 0 County Young Mens Christian Assam elation at Its organization last all tendered his resignation to the corn acceptbyPensacola Fill Mr Cottrell Is hlgh toned gentleman and he numbers his friends here by his acquaintances Prot E W Patterson who ha been selected to fill out the unexplr oe1 continuyMr Joseph PomluvUle of SUlIwa Minn after having spent over 2000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advls ed by his druggist Mr Alex Rich ard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He dd so and Is a well man today II troubled with Indigestion bad taste In the mouth lack of appetite or con stlpatlun give these Tablets a trial thand25 cents per box by all draghlsts A fine line of AMES Buggies and Surries just- y received Prices most reasonable Everyone who is interested in a high grade Carriage should see our line and know our prices before buyingTAYLOR LEWIS MATANZAS KY Miss Edith Tlcheuor Livermore visiting relatives at Point Pleasant and Matanzas Miss Annie Montague who has been teaching In Davless county has closed her school and will return home soon Mrs A J Carter Is still at the bed sde other daughter Mrs Mrs Elvis Render of the Goshen neighborhood dipintobefore you buy it Lion Coffee comes in sealed air tight packages no chance for ot dirt or things to get in- Cltan Fresh and FrqranL Real Estate DO OU WANT A FARM 1 I havo some land for salo 70 acres near Pulo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres near Cormwoll for 400 100 acres four miles north Hertford for 1000 Good conditions and n bargain northIgoodic Ono dwelling house and storohouso in Prentis for 500 goodInrgnlU If you want tp buy or sell see m- oS Ae Anderson Dealer in Real Estate nHTlomi KY H It H fd HenHU t t444RB- EDA i KYtit1 tt t Farmers are very busy since the recent rainsIMr very sick Is no Quite a number elterItended the Saturday The singing class at Mt Hermon- In charge of Mr Loney Sanderfnr Is progressing nicely Mr Ezra Gorman and sister of near Beaver Dam visited friends In this neighborhood Sunday Misses Jessie and Omy Tlcheaor are visiting their brother near Cen tertownMiss Pearl Nave of Owensboro spent Frldar night with Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer Miss Clara Bennett was the guest of her sister Mrs Lee Chinn Hart ford Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Maple and Miss Grace Park Andersovllle spent Friday l I night with their aunt Mrs W C BennettMrs Sallie Bennett Is visiting relatives here this week Misses Mary Park and Ethyl Bennett went to Hartford shopping Mon day afternoon Mr Edgar Bohem of Sutherland visited relatives near here Saturday and Sunday Mr T W Bennett and family of Prentls visited Mr Bennetts parents Mr and Mrs G W Bennett Saturday night and Sunday Mr Henry Davis and family of Beaver Dam visited the family of Mr Ves Shown Sunday Notice AU persons having claims against the estate of M II Coyle deceased are hereby notified to produce same to meat my office In Hartford Ky properly proven on or before May JO 193 or they will be forever barred This May JJ 1903 43t3 S A ANDERSON Admr g t t ITSUPTOYOU nIf you want the best our stock was never so complete Our goods are better and our prices are lower than ever bee fore And this means much for we have always lead in the Dry Goods line in this caJt section rThis is the month to buy White Goods Lawns Organdies and other summer wearing apparel We give you a few prices below i India Linen 5e to 30c yd i Figured Lawns 5c to 25c Organdies lOc to50c- 1Vhito i llnls0illes 12Ic to 300 1i Madras Cloths lOc to 35c r- Jt s2- ca Gingham 50 to 25c Factory Cotton 5c to 7c Bleached Cotton5c to lOc i Cottonado1Oc to18c A complete line of Mens and Boys Clothing of the very latest styles and textures Also Furniture of all kinds You ought to see our line of Mattings and Rugs Its immense Fact is we cant afford to be short on anything in Our line Drop in and see if we havent got + the biggest stock of General Merchandise you ever saw in this section at the low rest prices t We wantyour Eggs Feathers Ginseng L Wool and Chickens for which we pay the rhighest market prices tCar ATPCO itHARTFORD KY ft Jfa a L Special Attention toV Spring SalessClothing and Shoes n specialty ns our stock in this line is very largo and our Prices arc very low Also our other linesDress Goods anti Mattings- We quoto you somo prices on Clothing which you will give close attention Mens Wool Suits nicely made all sizes 275 Youths Suits Black Clay Worsted size 14 to 10 years250 Childrons Suits from 5 to 14 yenrs7 MonWool Pants nice colors100 Mens fine Sum j fPnnts 50e this is a worlds beater Mons Sl6CS tOO Ladies Shoes 100 Trunks Hats Sliiita and many other articles can bo found ill a firstolassdry goods houso Your Gall Will be appreciatedand our clerks will give polite attention Youzs for trade SAM BACH Hartford Kyr P SFenthers Ginseng Wool and General Produce at right prices taken in exchange for goods i3- OurElnsboro O U CI KyMain KlltettwtOD Triplet And nUn net attention given to etoek lleadgaatter for Oblocountr peopl JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 22 Illinois cotraiRaIIroadTm0Tablo 1e tIm card taking ect8undA7 nc ut noon nOiv Ind Month Hatifli flol32dUe5nm No11 10e1117 II m- No102dne247p m No 101 due 347pm- o 1 due 134 p 111 No 131 due 836 m- LUtAl FicigiliN- No 94 due 73B m So 103 tine 2U p m 811 YANMICER Agent UNDER ELECTRIC GLOW Electricians Produce Magnlh cent Effects at Worlds Pair ALL pReVIOUS DISPLAYS SURPASSI1D- o1enoo TralJmtorm SIght Into Iiy aDd StrtlIlnl or ftlrr suiue f Varied lIujIInd HullietillieN Ipcdro Ue HhIr- J lolttD Sliver Eao The night eftocts of the Louisiana Purebado oxposltlon nt St Louis will be a symphony In color The exhibit buildings will be bathed In a pure white light which will bring out Into strong relief their ooautUul outlines anti the richness of the tints and zaumi paintings on their screen walls Chief Henry Rustin who Is head ot the department of electrical design has charge of this Important feature Acting In the same capacity at Omaha and l3ufIaIo ho set so high a standard there that his elrort to outdo It at at Louis will be the supremo ono of Ida life Dy Ingeniously contrived Igts the whose picture will bo flooded nt night with changing hues At one time the scene will be a harmony of Ylolet changing Into amber emerald crimson and amethyst running the whole gamut of loior combinations so vkillIully that the spectator hardly yLil bo conscious where the color IoaVC9 oU and the other begina- Dut through AU the changes of colI ors thrown OD the buildings It will be possible for the cascades to retain a- dbtltiethe tint Mercu17 vapor lamps will bo cleverly conooaled to the bases Qf the sculpture lining the sides of the Cl8Ccos the raya being thrown from coziocaled reflectors through small winO 3owe at an angle that wilt not meet tho vision otspectators from any point of view In this light the waters will- 3aVfl the appearance at one time of a ghostJy phosphorescent torrent at another moment of floods of opal gems and again of a cataract of living flame ter7 source of the wonderful Ica- la1doaco4c oects will bo Ingeniously bldllln It will be possible to pick out dterent parts of the hilt and Its mructures In different colors Thus while the ball In the center will be a rose color one arm of the colonuadn orange the other violet and the twin pavilions emerald the whole splendid effect will be attained without confusion of colors The night effects on other parts of the site have not been forgotten An electric fountain that will boa thing of beauty cad a riot of color surpass- Ing anything of the kind ever designed Will occupy a point of vantage on the grounds The exhibits buildings at night will appear to be gIAnt cornices r BUILDING VIn111tO ngnt supportec at trro rour corners uad the oonters by Immense pavlUons of tight Tho rest of the facades will bo so treated that their massive columns wlU be silhouetted against the screen walls which will be banks of blazing white light DISTILLING INTERESTS Products of the brewing and dlatlll lag interests Is being sands one of the features of the Louisiana Purchase ex position at at Louis Space for exhibits for this Important branch of the Worlds Industry has been reserved on the main floor of the Palace of Agriculture Kentucky exhibits of brews and distillation are planned to be extraordinarily compro hon lTo The Ialaco of Agriculture In which n choice location baa boon appropriated for the brewing and distilling Interests Is the largest exposition build other building at the exposition Thu cost of this structure was 5299aO It sets on a high hill overlooking nearly I MU the other portions of the grounds and Is the center of the 69acre tract appropriated to the Department of Agriculture all of which Is under the personal supervision of Mr Frederic N Taylor The Palace of Agriculture contains 800000 square feet or nearly 20 acres of floor space It walk of threequar tore of a mile Is required to pass around It All the breweries In the state of Missouri would have to work overtime moro than live years to produce epough boor to fill a tank having the cubic capolty of the buildIng Commander DoothTucker of the ealvatlon Army accompanied by Colonel Marshall and Captain Scott Sal Utlon Army ollkenJ In at Louis visited the WorllJB Fair grounds and on- nouncedto the management that the alvation Army would make an Inter esting exhibit of the methods of their Keep tin Your Home And when the bowels all tit act properly take a dose of LyoNs LAXATIV- USviuUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good order and make yo complexion tlearIFor sale byJ BRED IN KENTUCKYI I Live Stock Will Be n Feature I of States Exhibit r IJ 1 all ABLe COMMITTEES ON ALL CLASSES Attontlon to lie Oln iiorsee Nislea- Ciettlo Sheep Swine and Poultry Chief Coburn a Versonsl Friend otChsirman Dorseyivery Vuriety of Dog to Bo Shown r The President of the ICentucky Live Stock Breeders association Mr L L Dorstly of Anchorage Is chairman of the LIve Stoclt Exhibit committee of the Kentucky Exhibit association which fact In itself Is sumclent assur ance that the live stock interests of the Blue Grass state are not to suffer In comparison with the display made by any other state at the Worlds tale lr Dorsey proposes to make exhib- Its In every classification of the live stock departsmcnt at the exposition This will put Kentucky In eight different groups os followa Horses and mules cattle sheep goats swine doSS cats ferrets etc and poultry and I LA DORSEY Chairman Live Stock Exhibit Corn mlttee birds lie has appointed a committee consisting of about 150 prominent livestock breeders and baa divided them into the different classifications with a chairman at the head of each subcommittee T L Ilorneby of Emlnence will direct the display of Shorthorns J W OlJaniion of Louisville the Aberdeen Angus Colonel D L Moore of Bar rodsburg the Poll Durham W H Giltner of Eminence the Herefords Professor M A Scovell of Lexington the Jerseys On horses Mr S Do Ridder of Prospect is chl1lr11U1 of the harness class committee Major David Castlemau of Pleasant 11111 the saddle horse corn mltteu Oorge Oraddy of VtfSallles the thoroughbred committee John T Hughes of Lexington the coach and hlghstepprs committee Mr W T Chilton of Camphella burg Is nt the head of tim sheep corn mlttltJ F O hogan of OIiannon of the committee on bogs James Tug gsrt of Jolnchvl1l on Jacks and mules J L Shnlleros of Anchorage ou De- 1wau hares J It Oood of Loulerill Secretary of the State Poultry IlSSO elation on poultry and 11 II Yousw of Louisville on pigeone ELECTRICITY p IThere are ten classes under the head of horses and mules Draft and coach horses will be shown together with trotters thoroughbreds and saddiers while hunters Wd ponies are to come In for their share of attention In the cattle group will be displays of beef dairy and cattle for general purposes and also oxen Under sheep displays will bo made of the fine wool variety the combing wooled the middle wool Pd and mutton sheep Swine of all breeds are to be shown along with methods of raisins feeding fattening breeding killing and packing All varieties of dogs are to have u place In the exhibit including hunting coors Ing coach watch and lIet Under the group of poultry and birds there are classes for all breeds of poultry and all domestic birds Ono class Is for chickens and turkeys another for ducks geese and swans a third for pigeons B fourth for guinea fowls and peafowls and still another for pheasants All of the chairmen of the subcom- mlttlCll mentioned above have asso dated with them export live stock men In their distinctive classes Mr F D Coburu the Chief of the Live Stock exhibit at the Worlds fair Is a personal friend of Mr Dorsoy and baa given him the assurance that Kentucky will be well taken care of dur- Ing the oxpostUoa p WANTnDYoI1Dg men to prepare for Government positions Fine open- Ings In all departments Good asia rles Rapid promotions EXRmlna those soon Particulars reeInte State Cor Inst Cedar RapIds la 8t DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST 00O- WENSUORO KY Cash Capital SUO000St- oclihold AddtI Lsbllity 50000 OuaaI FundloeCustomer 100000 DposIta rwtIyecJ ubject to ebk Cost nothing to dpooI or bock oul All en he don by lush Intertet 114 on Um dpcoIlu- II PER CENT for ISmoothaor a porteo for horter5ertudL Interest LCgtnJ Immtdlletr Call or wrfts for further partjcUlva- T II MDE1ilOg Pre4Jet H TR V iipi An SUOkIInrather large bat enter an outhOtlSC from which there isas no other egress than by the doorway I was fortunate In be- Ing able to procure a light Wd thus to proceed to the capture of the animal Upon finding itself purstlll It took three or tour turns around the apart meat when down dropped what at the moment I supposed to bl Its young anti whkh 1 deposited In soy handkerchief Aftr a somewhat tedious chase I then secured the object of nsy pursuit which proitl to ho a Ilno female megodermo I then looked to the other bet which I bad picked up anti to my consitlerable surprise found It to ho a small kind ot- IIIPlttrelln which Is exceedingly nblln dent throughout India I The Individual now referred to wits feeble tWill loss ot blood which It wise evident the znegndernut had ixen sUlh lug from R large and still bleedllllJ wound under and behind the ear niuit too very obviously tietorlul form of too mouth of the unegatlerma was IIsdf- Bul1lclent to hint the strong lrobnbility of such belllg the case During too very abort time that elapsed before 1- elterro the outhouse It did not npI1Cf1r that the depredator bad once alllhtl and I am satisfied that It sucked the vital fluid from Its victim os It flew having probably seized It on the wing nhsti that It was seeking n quiet nook where It might devout the body lit leisure I kept both animals separate till next mornllllt when procuring n convenient cage I first put its the nuegaderma and after observing It for seine time I 111111 the lsipiRtrCile with It No soois er was the latter PerCeivtl Ulnll tho other tostenl upon It with the ferocity I of a tiger again seizing It behind the enr and usode several efforts to fly oft with It i but finding It must needs stay i within the precincts of the cage It soon hung by the bind legs to one sllle of its prison and after sucking Its victim till no more blood was left commenced ulo 1belPut him UpIIf the Democrats real test on the tarifi question In 104 they should by aU means put Grover Cleveland as their upI If such Is to be their purpose he the logical the only nominee In the hearts and minds oi the American people the name or Grover Cleveland Is u alterably linked wIth poverty ruin culamity and despair Put hIm up and Iee whet will happen to him Econulbt 1 Avoid all drybg inbalants and use that which cleanses and heals the membrane Elys Cream Balm is suc 1 II remedy and cures Catarrh east Iynd pleasantly Cold In the head vanishes Prlce1 cents it druggists or by mallICtarrh caused difficulty n spt1c lug and to s great extent lois 01 heir lug By the use or Elys Cream lroJplng or mucus hat ceased voice one hearing have greatly Improved 1 W Davidson Atty ot LIw Mon mouth Ill Argon Oil A great medical discovery Cures Rht umatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists Take just a mite of Ramons Tonic Regulator nightly and you will be pleased with the effect That tired exhausted feeling will dIsap pear there will be no cause for head uchen pains In the back or side When the organs are lu a healthy date one has no cause for complaint und that Is just the state a systematic use of Rarnons Tonic Regulator will produce a5 cents at J H Williams REFLECTIONS OF A MECHANIC Why lie has stopped Voting the Democratic Ticket A mechanIc or our city a god one too who ought gallantly for four years In the Confederate Army and has voted the Democratic ticket reg utarly until recently remarked to a few friends at a recent social event while they Were enjoying cigars after uncheon as follows The war was nearly over on1 one cold disagreeable night I was on outpost duty os a picket when all at nce the question flushed upon meI What was I fighting and enduring the hardships ci camp life for anyj way The answer came back t9 usual Pighting lor my nlggers I soliloquized I have not got nor never had a nigger I was In the same fix as the balance of my corn J r= I = nk 2r 1 i T y leSi RII rlirorA91slmitnUng Promotes DiicshionCbcrruI ncs5l1nttnesuontalns neither OpltimMorpliine nor Wuof- l11NorNARCOlIC etoJJJrtU AZxJimz3d r Ani fwd S S lfrriorz ConsilpaionWormsConvulsionsFcverish ftCtlS antILOSSOF SuEiT- acSinitc Signlllur o- f4fa1E YORK YlI u JH J t S838 w Ave It I panyuo worse or no better off We were aU fighting for something vhich thatII charged Continuing In the ate reminiscent mood he said was- for Cleveland sal 1form up to 5893 when the objrcr ijbQfl was as plain to me as had Lte the reason hy I hl1d beets In the Confederate Atusy In that year I was walking rn my uppers and It was with the utmost difficulty that I proculed enough to sup ply my Jmlly with the ntCeEsarles oi lire I was or thought I was for FreeTrade but by the actual work- Ing or the WilsonGorman bill Isaw the Industries of the country paralyze ed and skilled as well as all other kinds or labor Idle and most of the mechanics as hard up as I was There was a cause for this general depression ot course and I concluded It was too much Democratic FreeI Trade I am not versed on the In trlcaclell of the Tariff but a blind man can see the difiereuce between 93 and now and cannot but know II he will think that under free trade workIng men always had hard times and under protection prosperity I nON have more work than I can IQnt good prices and In the future expEct to vote to bentftt ninelf and family by acting with the party whIch has wrought the wonderful change In less than ten short years I smnot a politician further than In the future to lay aside preJudice war suesantl what I used to be and vote not as I shot hut whh the pirty ur policy which puts money In my pocket as a recompense for labor ttiud at the lame time makes labor rn demand through out thecountry America for Amer leans before lascign onntal s Is a pretty good motto Bates pioj RecordI Jim Damps gazed out 00 Iidewallu hot And looked In VAIn for one cool spot r- And vowed he leer again would eat A lunch of heatproducing meat Once snore has Force restored his vim Although tie hot he Sunny Jim makes comfort possible on a sweltering day nlo him to Keep Cool II I Force is B blessing to hot humanity I find since eating itand I want It every morning that I alii able to go through a hot day with much mora comfort than hen 1 used to cot hClrty meat breakfaate It bas tauRht me bow toItv- ow 11 L- 1CLATsIEtoEIL h m I CASTOR A For Infants and Children The Kinil Von Have Always BtILfl Bears the- Signature of in- Use For Over Thirty Years School Desks ANDh School Apparatus Of Every THE CAXTON LowEs ht1t DescriptionClub AGENTS WANTED TorCeY ASTATHC IAltiFOltI IbltTJIJIlA IInd paporsI1Jouisvillo Herald 1211 tlisivillo Pot Daily 325- e1ltW Jacket 15I i American Farm and Or I lUlIl 1JO ALFRED HUDSON BUlhDHR Z CONTRACTOR I lIrllord SLy- Ilulitling and sspatting dnne by day or coo tt Jet him etImttee before you gtn 7ow- torttrict I I ATTENTION WhlIlu UIIIIOO filII ou ns 4ushIout- J ir In Iure ttalgbt Wbtl Apple slid II lirandic Agent Frank tebr IIFSWIIIg Jug oIre1U receive prompt attentionICu bet UOO Whllkeln the State Wrn CUSHION Owensboro i THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdftfonAI- I most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly r1h IreidentII campaign t over but tbe- iiI gwa 011101 lb saute anti It it foil nloe- To learn thlo nw loot II It sironiitty nnd- lruportl1I101iIbotyou have to do 110 look I lulhc o1tmn of rte ThrieatVeel ldItion j the Sew or WorM which comes to thenb leori diiigeee s a pub limttr of nrat DeWS has Kino It circulation wber- cyst tho IngItb langueg is spokenand you want it- IbrbriceaWeekI World regulor ubcrl- tttu prke I only floo per year We offer thu e ijequuIetI iespnpf and CUE itrciscss tog ttwr oneyrar for II to I ThoreguiarntMcrtption price oflhte two pa- Pr I 90- 0Take The Republican Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah I and the Pacific Coast DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals a Ia Cart ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA SERVICEI Carts ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS ret rusr iaforeatlos dnt1lsIg MatIir It ddru TSfhllActII HC TOWNSEND O p a y AOY liT LOUS IToJ Cure a Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven MI1110n boxes loll In past 12 months This signature JUL SPECIAL PRICES I Yo Itito in stock the following sizes ot rubbor that wo nro soiling I1t a retLticod price lhis lino is all good goodsII ml1de l1 roliahlo ml1l1ufncturcrs and is a bargain prices named 3o fClt of 3 inch rnbboi Bolt 1 ply nt So per foot 1135 III 1 plYInt lIeI328II 5JI 1 pl1nt WoII 2 5u GII e 1 ply nt tOe 200II 7II 4 ply I1t 18c I 325II 8 1 II 4 ply I1t 21eII 150 1 10 4 ply at 27c 1 75 4 10i II 5 pl1at 330II Lees Uacmne WorksIOORlOUATlm OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Homo Phonc No 419 CumlxrlnlHl No 253 COLIJNS SALOON I34LP cJWNIla- ndles sYtluo BESI and IUREST Whiskies Wines flhil Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Steno itild Old International SleCuflltie Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS COn Hn AU Kinds of Job Work NEAlLY nONI AT Ills OFFIE5- oa2ee mrev aers w ita Penmflnilup lhllillflilfrl1gJrY hor7l1fllQ m cxrrnsrI germ ezpqrleneI teather each n C wrlilat in hi line 1rsdistei of this college prifert- by buinos houi War now In our new horn nesrost corner eeond and Welnut street tb most and beet arranged acbol building In thu South lndirIdwd Intructiui bool is euIoi 111 theyrar Stuleut ran enter at any time Viaitots a1wsy wIL0me E J W SIlO ItT Inet fREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID IIKENTUCKY IrrrnWORLD3- School children and public generally tuwited to VOte to Ultncents each ten cast St olle time AU money em and above trip expense or leech ftto JrO lnlo erection or the Kenluek ltulldlvgatlbeflz- 10sttton otcr Sbus the oaluCaetlDJI ol knowing 01 trOrlh caOIe and Important object hare been the seine time a- awotlte teacher baa recchcd- rccJt1IUD Contest con ductcd utder auspIces ci- Educatlonul Exhibit Corn sullies or Kmlllck IsbibIl orltanlullollrOllned Icntncky unfitting sad full productsbuingratirdlion Itnry educator In the publiemember of acuity or academy college or uniieriIty medical dentAl r tbr iitlriCitl ioUIII1oo ndocalloualJlshlbltamcsofallscbooIchtldreavotIag to be enrolled la the at the Pxro theIaiacetory The uotcscber chosen wI1 be lucky indediu being tendered ibis to the Pair county elects Its own moot popuuareducator TbecountyeutsldeoJelrerson casting IbelalKe1- numher of votes will be allOWed to send two unoit popular and the ccood most popular TIlE TOTES WILL fl1 mans Elcn TEN COlSTlWTl1l0 1 BALLOT AUen ceulu4cuftry ICboot child In the 6tate III be able beast It leut OIIcme for lilt or her fuorite teseber lInt the voting will not be conncd to school children rmE1T OP rurni OR nr or Turm rmElDS StAT TOTE The purpose ottbe AUocI allen being o elect the most school teacher Its each county as so couuldeed b7 the public generally at well as by the school children lIAlioU on tea spaces so club ten pupil mybe and each giving tes cents be credited with his or her vote If cue alrei to cast len Votes It lua be done by writlaghisor her namoon one of the scos and remit hag one dollar It Ii not required thnt the name ci the persn voting be glycn at all All cthcs- racea for voters names way Lc blank The Allodallon w3nt however to enroll In the Eutding nt 8tIoull next year the Dameof eYery child who cat one or more votes In the contest lupUa oreaaked tbelelore cosign tbcir names plainly tothebal1ota- UT EXPENSES or TilE TEACIIFnq WILL Dr rAID by the AssocIatIon This wilt include railroad transportation corn roulaville to 61 Loul and return board at one of the best hotels In the cIty Cor IX l4Y1101l admlulon to the exposition ground Cor six days Tlln1E lAflU1 WILL 151 JU EtprnOf TilE O7 POPULAR TLAClILft to make the trIp more pruiltablc and lucre enjoyable ltscb of these parttc wilt eoullt offorty 110 teachers Thle- wOUl l make a of nrntenchersbul as there are ollly uig counties Kcutuckythe Asuocis ties hOi decided to nllow two teachersthe m01t popular and the second snout popularto go from that countyjecuxOn exceptedwhich casts the greateat Dumber coutesi ALL TR1CUFnS 1 THE STATE liTun 01 n SOOTVffl In this contest The puplla may receive more yotcolhllnthe teacherwith ocordxtlmcatenchcrwlthonlrtYenly because the voting Sa not confined to childtes The public wtUbcnnimpottiinttsctctVotes any person who taught school durIng 1902 OT is teaching now This gives the teacher of n Ilte mouth school closed la Zovembcr or December the opportunt- 17 10 LIe voted for during thl vacation period All UiCIIER Ot ZIALLOTS MAT nr CAST AT ONE TIME There la nohisnit The tnoredol lees sent Inloe anyone teacher the snore votes be or aSic wilt be ercdlle with ONIS DOLLAIL CASTH TEN VOTES i TWO DoXJAft5 CASTS TWENTY VOTVSi TURRI- norLARs CASTS TIIU1TY VOTHSI YOUR XOfLARS CASTS 10nrVOTRSIFIVlt nOTLARSI CASTS FIFTY VOTES TEN nOLARS CASTS A IIt7NDRltD VOTES ONn UUNORED VO- LJAns CASTS Ott TUOUIlAND VOTES of the money received la this contest over and above that used In defraying expenses ol the most popular tachersor the Stole on tbclrlrlpOlO the Wcrlcla Fair go lorlbeerre lion ota Kentucky lit so evesyvoter Its this conlcn zany luave the nddl- UonalllatblacUoa okuowingthatbebaaaidtda worthycaule TilE STANflltfl 01 ZIIE COITFoTJiTH 111LT DE rmUED VntOmnLr in each county to- howlilaor her Crleul bow Ihe tore II itegin voting nubwor ravorlte school tracher Thnotetl wiil be counted under thc supervision ot the Educational shlblt CpJUmlllee- or the Association The personnel or this commlllle is DI rqllol1 rrol UOl1rowacl1 Louts vtlle ffV VrnnkortIrof RI Ilalleck Toulsvlile w JI D3nvlllellrceIdeotU V Mullla lnuhnlle l1r Arthur Vager Georgetown I 6u rlntendentltCauld Lnl- ogton Superltttcndent ro r Vrogge lrandort IProt Co J I Rhoads Owenaboro lTOt T S Alley Co C 1hrrry1Dowllnll Green 11ror Inol Spencer Loulnllll Silsipattie S Louusvlile s Sirs rouhvllle and Ira I II Tucker roulallle Members or the Educitlonal Commlttcc are not eligible to election iii this contest IIFMEIIIEU ETER couit ELECTS ITS OWN flTOflIT TEACIIFIZ Competlllon between counties only tuplies to Ibo race Cor the noth triP the outsideofjcfTcron casting the largest total iumbero Volta being granted thtedtsttnction or two The reaull wilt be nnbouufed In every paper its the tstc and In addition to this a coogratu t tory mesasge will go to the teacher elected each county ratcrthe details or the trip will hi arranged each leather chsosn being gIven the privilege selccting the moulhJaue July ci August giu which Iso or slit w3ntS to make the trip CLIP OUTTtUS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH Si I AWnrns the most popular teacher in IOf colty ONn DOLLAR INCLOSED- I i 1O lOc c 100 ICc ioc bc- t t bOo 5idTIoc lOc I Voters are to sign their nft the Alloclatlou Want all school children vOtng to do so as It will enroll them its site Ceniucky lIulldlnalI VoterS have the option ot seuditig ballot direct tq the Sectetary of the Association or to the Irons which postage express or IblpaperJ to LoulsvilieKy i c 1Cures on every bait 25c lPW lJ1lMS9ICli n1II c It IIAnUTT r E itwrnis BAtlNETf S11iTH ATTORNEYS AT LAw IlI nraCJItU UY In ail the courts of ApIwlaSpeciSiIblr flint tcllectlui sni She lraetlcoofCrlm- iltal and 1I611lnt tuw 8ieialtlea ONce 10- 1IICIInLIUIi lIullllnK JNO D WILSON AllORNEY AT LtW HARTFORDIKY Kwetalsittentian given to rnlisetloamklnga- batrncta Ac also Notary itstlie for Ohio coon II oRIce north 51 publIc qua- rJ E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law hARTFORD Ky- Will practice hi prolloo la Ohio aisi adjoin agrountlea Special attention glvee to all bad neeentruted to bla tar SPROBY 4TTORNEJ I1T LA W- roRiNslF HENTUIIIT Wiiiprsetlcwbi profession Ia Nil the turtof AiiSpecIal E P NEAL Attorney nt Law hARTFORD KY Will pouctlre LI pnhesIo Is JIll tb court is Kentucky PIrisl attention given tocollUIIII- Itlllmolol dereientte osthtei mud eees sad rrliinaliraetke OmQIIlre Urlmn IIuok J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELtOR at lAW HARTFORD KY- Wilipraetlcehia profreelnn I all the ronrtoI Ohio stud llolnlafeoanllr8 IIallb Giant ci Al peel Iromlt attention giTen to isIS buelsios- cistriusted to him Om4 So1 Rntrr treS- tB U WEDDING Attorney at Law IIAuTFOnDI Ky Peiion Attorney cml Euamisirfuulhioo50- ty IJlII uYer Oblo Call D I Isank- Ii I liRA mol EISNEI1I YOOlWAiII ilEAVRiN WOODWARD Qtt Q- ilssyroasi cU Ky ulill rrwtk theft prolosalon In all the eeunte 1 1 ul tIbIa rounlJ ssil Curt of 111 J4 I enIlecII W H BARNES Attorney at LawASI lTt ATTnIlSEf- II nan Ky will lrit 5 pfeaiti In all IL Cttllrl uS Ohio and sdutlag countIes tsntl la the Coon at Appeal tlln1 aUoou sill I given to isI- ibninosa entrusted to hlmrissw tiILilons a sped Ity OSc Ill eoerthnus I Dtr l1r ICh1 Ccul7Owen Jalge JItllo HAfmllUsir II II idkea TrestsJutyPuud c I Kowu Hbma liatfri liimty IwrticJ O KiwssClarrnc Kaas III 1IIIIIrt It I arOlIrtt4lalInllloMrvsieksani thIrd tontluy In May anti HonNI- oto wprk i oaol1 rtJ I Mllin It1 W H Itag ssnl1rk W II ham Attorney iissitfottl SCoutteonyrnos srstbtonday is each mntb- Qnsttertyvourtltegtn oath third iOsidtsy la April July lktttrrnnI January I Court ul ClDlmCUnY o nt Iolld III III uaryTuedayaftrrarrunI Monday Iii October Other omcJ Ii Wood l4unveyor Crilvu- I rrsnk LOw AIf Usda Jan lteWrce School Saperlutenilent IIIIrllor lieu tICoroller IuUc coun flsmlbrnnry IS War It August SI ombr so- hoI W Martin lsaietonPbrsary May i If Aagulto Norelllber 12 I Jno Si Onobllm snowaFebroary I Sissy S August November 13 I T A Even FordeellIeJannary 15 May 7 Aagrnt7Noyember5 J A IIeh Ilufordbrunry 7 May t tOA slut IS1orember 7- vi A lion CentertoIIYelmlllrJ V May Ii- Assgnt34 toyember5- I II J Wllwa ltscbpontFlirussry 20 11111 AUIIItso November U =onCocS XcUco Coxtt I Jno II Wilson JollIt J H It Wedding Ity Attorney It I lIIr1 llrabnl Court oll- byo cood Monday in Mb month i oUalo1a CzvtcaW F Chorch tlonthServite third Sunday la each month lit lIa m and Tp mnnd fourth Sunday lit 7 p m Prayer snortIng every tednos day evenIng 11ev J C 1lrle lssator flnptit ChnrchHrylca held on180nlllr la mtlingftrat Sunday In sorb liarIhichoni Truetses iLssttorjJssa r Miller 5 ui Glenn H T Hteyens II Si liuckcrJlIi5 tar t son Jon C RIley JICoct QocSottoa 4 A O U W meet lint anti thinS 14stnrlay night P UorUol ioilgw No en t t A tiaossa first I Monday nIght In each tnsnth i Itough ltiyer loollltNo1I0 KnIght of lythla meet every Tiicadssy night ugSmonth invitedrI So VEARS EXPERIENCE rTRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone sendIng a sketck and d crtitinn mee- auirtlv aseertain our opinion free wasther an Vomtnuntcationstrictly oecurrIjalentlllntenllppetbul notice without chases In the Sciculific Rrnerlcaiihan- dsomeir Illustrated weekly rnreat cit- enlation or any aclentilla journaL Term n a jrkBAO OAXOrlX Btsf1BIgnAtllf8 Ic S 4i 1 i