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I THE RTFORD REPUBLICAN ine Job work Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAtTY IV TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY 3BIDAY MAY 29 1903 No45 The Price el Pleasure I foregothemayhave6torelyet she canuot whlc hCftlUt deny herself the often too great for her Mid she Buf era from headache and backache as a a of overexertion Women who arc tired and worn out perlecttonic in Dr Pierce Fa PrescriptionIt backache and the other aches and pains to which women are subject regularity drains heals Inflammation and ulceration1and cures female weakness HmaVcsweak women strong and sick women welli I am to pinned ctlonsIIIto gre 01 or famnrtttaaat of LoU Thomas Co GL I autl red o much with rrast1 4 j iacr4tr12 of the hratt I hit time I could lurdljr U down Could hanlljr ftttIr3 the mnrnlni but after rIOthn Pivorite rr Kt1i4ton vltli cf Dr Fierc nnnnl rcllctt I am like a new- Oman sufferingfromvited to consult Dr Pierce by lettcr w priIDr It V Pierce Buffalo N V fflEATaMALT THIOIL TQmtC Limo ItrCCfjITIfUCTIt Theres Life and Simula la Every Drop A scientific eomWnallon of the oscatblc- onstltuccU ot PRIM BEEF and PURE OLD MALT 4 LottirUlr Kr Jamnry 1918 MEAT MALT CO LonUriUf Kr Gaitkmai iliybfcuinlaedrraMcalinil Milt with iti rmnpotltlnn aM mod of numiurtnn I can 11 that It U an tflkUnt nan tni blood tonic It cictttj ippetIi atIJnkonel dlccitkm and It circcttUr tKBtwiil Innerroai rratnnonuaaIldacaatta4t4wIthdcbtlity voun tnily L D KASTENtltNE M D Ixrolrrlllt Collrct cl Pharmacy HKAT MALT CO LouIvIil K CAta i oniua Psus thaIhe Kind Ym Han Atari BucU Blgnitwt lIdlJflel BUY THE 1 NESEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by Uiwo who ad vertlo a IGOQO Sowing Mnchlne or- t20OO This ofa niachino JIll be bought from us or nny of our dealcra from f1500 to 1300- WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines the strengthor vcakiua of Double Feed combined with other Rtrong jwlnts nmkes tho NOW Homo tho best Sewing Mnchluo to buy W dlfnwe fcanufttctaro and prlcta before jmrc timing THE NEW ROME SEWIKC HAGHINE GO OKiNCt UkSI- SHUntonBq N Y Chlcaco IlL Atlanta OIL HU LOUUMO Ualla ToxBan Vronciaoo Cal FOR BALE BY frAI f JI 44 1nEPjRb UTBLACKDKAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE 4dIurlIIrlu sIIwduIrINt- AJ sallow complexion dizziness t biliousness a tongue aro common Indications 4 nndkidncydiseases Stomach and bdwel severe ai they aro mmodloto warning gain leethoughmuch to cure UlackDraunht nov fails to ben it diseased lveranll weakened kid It stirs the torpid liver tothrowc17thogermeoffoverandague I of Ofcholera oJtho With kldpey roo br Thedlord i Black tthousands of have y4low pMt health and havo no other a doctor than Tbedforda Black Draught It is on hand for I r use in hemergoucalid saves I many expensive a doctor MulUni S c Mirth 10 1901 BlatkDraushtforto a doctor mince I hive btsn taking t- It Is the but mcdlcliu toy ins hat It kidneytroublecomplain Rev AOlEWIS L AJ lt U t MARRIAGE Old Gordon Graham Pork Packer Chicago Writes to Ills Son Plerrepont DLAR PIKRRRPONT Ol course you are In no position yet to think ol be ing engaged even and thats why Im a little afraid that you may be planning to get mauled But twelve dollar clerk who owes fifty dollars for roses needs a keeper more than a wife I want to say right here that there always comes a time to the tel low who blows fiftytwo dollars at a lick on roses when he thinks how many staple groceries he could have bought with the money After all theres no tool like a oung fool be cause in the nature of things hes got a long time to live I suppose Im fanning the air I ask you to be guided by my whenI ment In this matter because young fellow will consult his father about buying a horse bes cocksure ofhiwslfwben It cornea to picking a wife Mmrlagea ltrbe made In haven but most engagements are made in the back parlor with the gas so low that a fellow doesnt really get a square look at whats he taking While a man doesnt see much oi a girls family when hes courting hes apt to sec a good deal of It when hes housekeeping iandwhile he doesnt wed his wifes father theres nothing In the marriage vow to prevent the old man from borrowing money from him and you can bet II hes old Job Dash kam hell do it A man cant pick his own mother but he can pick his sons mother and when he chooses a latberlnlaw who plays the bucket shops he neednt be surprised If his own son plays the races Never marry a poor girl whos been raised like a rich one Sbea simply traded the virtues b the poor for the vices ol the tick without going long on their good alnta To marry lor money otto z4iirr wIthout money Is I a crime Thes1iorcat objection to marrying woman with a fortune but there Ii to tnafrying a fortune with a woman Money makes the uptoounl6sher with a aaiflleblt Wkryewfire at1ttkereanothtng like picking out a god loO lng wife because even the handsomest woman looks homely sometimes and so you get a little variety but a homely one can look worse than usual Beauty Is ontyakln deep but thats deep enough to satisfy any reasonable man I want to say right here that to get any sense out of a proverb I usually find that I have to turn It wrong side out Then too If a fellows bound to marry a fool and a lot of men have to if theyre going to hitch up into a wellmatched team theres nothing like picking a goodlooking oneI believe Iii short engagements and long marriages I dont see any sense In a fellows sitting aroung dn the mourners bench with the sinners alter hes really got religion The time to size up the other sides strength Is before the engagement Some fellows propose to a girl be lore they know whether her front and her back hair match and then holler that theyre stuck when they find that shes got a cork leg and a glass eye as well I hcvnt any sympathy with them They start out on the principle thnt married people have only one meal a day and that of fried oysters and tut tifrutti ice cream alter the theater Naturally a girls got her better na tire and her best complexion along under those circumstances but the really valuable thing to know Is how she approaches bam and eggs at sev en 181 and whether she brings her complexion with her to the breakfast table And these fellows make a girl believe that theyre going to upend all the time between eight and eleven p hoMinglaI weight In thtlr lop and saying that it feels like a feather The thing to find out Is whether when one of them- getflup to holding a ten pound baby In his arms for five minutes hes go I lug to carry on as If It weighed a ton SelfMadeIMerchant to Son by George Horace Lorimer By permission of pnbllsherslBoston and Orchard Too Great a Risk In almost ery neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbun otten before raedl I cine could be procured or a physician I summoned A 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 un doubt edly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine In u1e I can always be depended npcn For sale by all druggist m IStandby Your Town- I Next to a mans family and busi ness nothing should stand dearer to j his heart than the town in which he oj lives It is his home It Is the place Where he earns his competence and educates his children II he wants to make it as popular as thrifty and widely known as possible he cannot shod to te Indifferent to anything which will further these ends It can be said that a town that Is not worthy of the devotlopof Its citizens in tusk ing it widely and generally prosperous is the town which is not worthwhile to live at all lie town Is worth an thing it is worthy of our greatest energy whether we merely take our share ot the common benefits accru Ing to the tiwn and community we call home or risk our all in Its corn merceGREATLYALARMED By a Persistent Cough but Pormanontly Cured by Chamberlains Cough IRomody a student at C bad been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear that I was lathe first stage of consumption Mr Barbate having seen Chvmberlzlna Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try It Now read what he says of it 1 KOOU felt a remarkable change and el tr using two bottles ol the twentyfive cent size was permanently cured Sold by all druggists mI Ca TOnXABwstbo1hIdYoeIIaiA1wijsBeett Bjaatw dlIII VALPARAISO IND Dear Old REPUBLICAN I have of ten thought since Ive been up here that Id write a lew lines to let the people down in Gods country know that Im not yet dead I lelt Ohio county on January 13 this year to enter school here and when I left home it was nice weather for winter but when I reached this place I found fourteen inches of snow and It stayed more or less until March i but now we are having very pretty weather but needing rain- Valparaiso Is forty miles southeast ol Chicago fourteen miles from Lake Michigan and sixteen miles north of Kankakee river which Is claimed is the finest stream for fishing In this state The country in a little hilly Just enouglTlo add- landscapesand JbeaniyToTuT the soil very fertile and I might add very high priced The people do not raise near so much fruit as in Kentucky but grow grains especially corn This little city has a population of about 6000 and has beautifully shaded residence streets Most of the streets are brick paved or macadamiz ed The school here has a very large at tendance 100 pupils are enrolled this term In the various departments The school owns magnificent build- Ings for various purposes Science Hall Is said tobe the finest building owned by any school and devoted entirely to laboratory work and It Is In this building that I must sweat and toll for nine hours evety day The dining halls are something great It would seem to be almost Impossi ble to feed 3QOO people three time a day and not run out of grub but it is managed to the satisfaction of all concerned Our bill of fare Is regu lar and constant but wholesome and nutritious and ol a better quality than would be expected for 140 per week One ol the advantages ol attending an Institution like this is the coming In contact with people ol all nationalities and from almost every corner ol the globe A person never can fully understand the characteristics of other nationalities until he jostles for elbow room and that Is the case here In the pharmacy class of which I am proud to baa member are found seven young men who have come a distance oi from i coo to 13000 miles to join the class and they ore a credit to their countries for they make us natives get down and scratch to keep ahead of them Trusting for every onea happy life and hoping for the folks at home a good tobacco season I have the honor to be now and for all time nn Ohio county boy ALBERT M ACTON A Farmor Straightened Out A man living on a arm near here came in a short timeago completely doubled with rheumatism I banded him a bottle ol Chamberlains Pain BaJm and told him to use it freely and Unot satisfied after using It be need not pay a cent for it says C P Rayder ol Fattens Mills N Y A few days later he walked Into the store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give we another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for It cured me1 For sale by all druggist m oA 1On A- lethe Tbe IAd VOl 11M AIwt rs1eIN Btgnatu of 1 to guard against summer complaints which weaken and de bllate Is topjace the liver on guard a course of Ramona Liver puts and Tonic Pellets Twentyfive dos es for 25 cents at J H Williams REVENUE OFFICIAL Takes an Illicit DlstilleryIncl dentally Makes Impromptu Temperance Talk That Deputy Collector Randall Is possessed oafine literary ability and will make a successful story writ er If he ever decides to give up the chasing ol moonshiners was dem onstrated by the receipt of a report from him of a capture of a distillery at Blackwater Creek last week Part ol the report describes the capture of the moonshiner and reads as follows At I olock In the morning we lilt the glades and after riding two houtJ we reached the place and had no trouble In locating the plant It was not being operated so we cancelled ourselves nearby and three hours later we were rewarded for our long walt by seeing a distiller walk In and begin work as though he were at a registered distillery Aft r watching his movements for a while we eased up quietly until we wire within a few feet of the plant I said U Good morning Iwish you could have seen him at that moment lie looked up with a smile to rturn our greeting but when he recognized us the blood seemed t leave his face I and the pleasant look In his eye changed Instantly to one of fear He seemed to be suddenly taken with severe chills Ills knees began to shake and a bunch of kindling wood In his left hand Jell to the guound His tongue refused to act There he stood shivering the perfect plctnre of guilt At last he pulled himself together enough to say Well this beats the devil I answered You are right Weve got the devil beaten this time It becomes my painful duty to dis sect and burn him You can cover your face If you are not strong enough to witness the operation for It will in the end prove fatal Vet it IsI best and for your good Devils ofI this character must register for useI before operations begin 7 Mr Randall was In Louisville last weekand this is the first that has bee heard about him since he ltCtILouisville Herald Ti1 iBost iiuiirI have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism and lumbago says Mrs Anna Hagelgans of Tuckaboe NJ My husband used it for aIsprained back and was also quickly relieved In fact It Is the best family liniment I have ever used I would not think of being without it I haveI recommended it to many and they 011 ways speak very highly of it and clare Its merit are wonderful For sale by all druggists m Tile Kentucky Summer Summer glad golden and glor 10usIs here It sings with the birds whispers with the brooks smiles with the lakes rejoices with the growing corn Child of the sun It comes as Thompson says lu the pride of youth attended by the sultry hours and by fanning breeze Its air is sweeter than wine The thirsty sun drinks the dew that lies on the morning grass White coulds and light mists In soft embrace hold the sunshine asleep The lofty elm stands In re poseful dignity its shade oflerlng small relief from heat Along the charming countryside all Is silent save the faint and broken murmur of the bee taking sweet tribute from early flower and then actively on wing once more Through open doors there Is an odor 01 flowers the gray helltrope sky mignonette and white sweet clovea Whittiers sym phony of peace prevails everywhere on field and farm It Is a growing time and the stalwart cultivator of the soil rejoices as he views Natures bounty day by day unfolded The sweet attractions of country life Invite the dwellers In crowded city to their enjoyment The children of the thronged urban quarters to whom verdure and running stream lire a delight revel In the exhilarating enjoyments ofa brief country life The trees the brids the quaint farm houses the horses and cattle are all objects of a delighted curiosity The little ones from the city In rural quar tern for the summer drink in health and strength and happiness with the atmosphere they breathe The coun try life of the United States In sum mer has with it a charm such as ru ral life elsewhere doei not possess There Is here more real enjoyment of llfeVthau anywhere else There are busy days betimes in summer for the American farmer but his work Is sys tematic and rarely crowds him too closely Ever section of our broad land has Its summer beauties butI Kentucky with verdant valley ma jestic forest waving field and rapid river presents scenes as fascinating I as the world often To the lover o Nature Kentucky In her rich robes commnnlcl1r a For his gayer hours she has what Bryant so well calls a voice of glad fr ness and a smile and an eloquence of beauty Into his hours of reflection she glides with a mild and healing smypathy which steals away the sharpness of sorrow ere he is aware Kentucy attractive radiant and magnificent thy presence in summer Is invested with a charm comeliness grace and brilliancy delightful to every beholder At no time do thy hospitable homes appear so Inviting when the smiles beauty of our peer lest womanhood rivals the gleams ol auroral splendor The heart of every true Kentuckian within and without the State goes back In the glory of summer time to the scenes of childhood the dtar old Kentucky home vvjth Its orchard the meadow the fdSep tangled wildwood every loved spot which Infancy knew and ad vancing years love to dwell upon Summer by the seaside summer under French or Swiss or Italian sky has iti charms and delights but the summer that Is sweetest to anyone who has ever tasted of Its wealth of gladness h the summer enjoyed amid the rural enchantments of Kentucky Its happy restful hours broad fields silver stream gorgeous woodlands for the lavish picturesqueness of Na ture is here enriched and ennobled by the bravest manhcod and most beau teous womanhood on earth Louis villc Herald TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY rake 1niotlTe nromo Quinine Tablet All druKfftot rvfund time money II It fall to cure E W QroTe signature In on tach box tic a Long Burled Whisky I see that another search Is being made for the Twilight City said Gro Hoskinp ol Omaha the other day Whcn yon talk ol looking for burled treasure and hunting for the gold hidden by pirates dont over look the fast that out in the winding bend of the Missouri river is a bonan za which puts all the tales of Capt Kidd In the shade Four hundred barrels of whisky over 50 years old lie somewhere between Omaha and St Joseph Mo and the man who finds them will have a fortune for the rest of his days It las been disputed that the whisky has been improved by age as it is doubtful whether it has had a chance to evaporate sufficiently But I would be willing to take chances on Itsq5allty especially as the romantic attempttofind priceAlong in 1853 the Twilight City t out from Louisville with a cargo oi whisky and supplies for the North west Gold hunters were making big stakes on both slopes of the Rockier and prospectors were willing to pay good prices for whisky The steam boat carried about as good a brand of Bourbon as ever went onto the Blue grass State She took on more sup plies at St Louis and proceeded up the Missouri Everything went all right until the boat passed St Joseph But one night the packet struck a snag and sank In the middle of the channelOrdinarily it would have been easy enough to recover the cargo of the packet but unusual conditions accompanied the voyage ol the Twilight City The pilot did not know the river very well There was danger of nttuck by Indians for it must be renumbered that 50 years ago Omaha watt nothing but a trading post For this reason no immediate attempt was made to raise the boat The shiltlng bed of the Missouri did the rest A big freshet came In the following spring and the turbid stream selected a new channel The owners thought they would be able to find truces of their boat but the quicksands bad burled the packet un til not even the smokestact was vial ble efforts have beenmade to find the Twilight City Excava tions have been made in the old bed and steam drills have been set to work over the spot where it was thought the vessel had gone down Thousands of dollars have been spent in the search About a month ago some capitalists who had been Inter ested in a former effort to find the lost boatgot a trace ol an old man who was a cabin boy on the packet at the time she sank lIe claimed to be able ID show the position of the boat and produced an old chart of the river which was used 51 years ago This syndicate expects to find the liquid treasure whose value some enthusias tic enough to value at 500000 New York Press Take just a mite of Ramons Tonic Regulator nightly and you will be pleased with the effect That tired exhausted feeling will disappear thier l11beno cause or head ache pain in the back or side When theorgans are in a healthy stat one has no cause lor complaint And is the state a stemaUc use oiRamons Tunic Regulator will produce 25 cents at J II Williams rWANT2DYoung men to prepare for Soyerntnent positions Pine open IngsirijtU departnieri Good sale ties Rapid promotions Examina tions soon Particulars freeInter t state Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la 8t I SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS EORfLFLE Professor Recommends Powell of Washington D COli I I I I I I ednostovaIn I Sohoola of Washington which Is considered tho boat school system to the United States Professor Powell la the author ol a numbs of school books vhfeh an used throughout the United States This well known gentleman does not hesitate to recommend Perana to hli countless friends and acquaintances all over tho United States In a recent litter from 1410 N street N W Washington DO to Dr Bar tman he says ma Persuaded by a friend I have used Peruna as a tonic and I take pleasure la recommending your remedy Peruna la Indeed a good medicine end should bo to overyhousshoIcLW B POWELL test 25 years Sake avis One CHI a Oh Thou Great Spirit of Democracy thou who used to dwell In Tom Jefferson when he picked up a huge gob of social chaos and carved the Democratic party out of It with the trenchant point ol his penknife we come tumbling down nearly break- Ing our necks this morning for the purpose of confessing our political sine Bnt Glorious Spirit we will just be dad gummed If we know what to say We confess that we dont know what to confess We are in the middle of more soils of- a bad fix than we ever have been before In our lives We are afraid to confess that we voted lor Cleveland because than knowest that Cleveland points to thy holy name with pride We are afraid to confess that we have hollered and voted for Bryan for Billy claims closer kinship to thee than Great Guiding Power If we haint got ourselves Into the middle of a devil of a bad fix we would just like to know the reason What are we to do How can we get outof this awful dilemma Canst thou let Jail one ray of political light to mum inate the dark and crooked places In our thorny pathway Ii we have shot too many niggers told too many lies and stufTed too many ballot boxes to merit thy favor then what in the the name ol politics are we to do We confess that we are just fairly dying to do something and we alnteo very particular what it Is Just any thing for a change Because thou knowest we hollered and followed Cleveland tillthere wasnt any meat on our political bones so to speak Then thou knowest we ripped around after Bryan and free silver till one could hold us up the sun and see fish worms of political rottenness wiggling in our Inwards We have ought for harmony till there taint nothing to fight for now but a tad smell If we dont need help nobody never did If we dont get some help pretty soon we will never need it for we ere just positively petered politic ally We beseach thee Most Holy Demo cratic Ghost to toss a few crumbs of comlnrt at us If thou const not af ford to shower a very profuse shower of comfort on our heads then just Q U let sllp a small smile that we way I smile on us The radicals have jagged us with their we told you sos more We Implore the to help Us to know what we want We need a leaderbnt we dont knowwhom to get that can lead us We want a leader that looks like a Democrat to us whether he does or not to other folks We are willing to confess anything if it will get us a leader We are willing to swear that we haint got sens enough to lead a blind goose to water If it will help us on to the road to success and pie Thou knowest that the Dem ocratic party cant exist long out of the spirit world without pie We dont yet want to join the caravan bf the departed but we waist confess that we cant stay here long with no pie in our mouths and Teddy Roosevelt and Mark Hanna and the whole Re Your Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood I 4 All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes on ter out the tfaste or Impurities In they are or out ol order they do jhelr work VJPains aches andrheo rnatlsm com from ex Cess of urlo In Iooddue kidney trouble 11 Kidney trouble causes or unsteady overworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries felt used to be considered that only urinary all constitutional dUetaej have their begto Ding In kidney troublo etJXvtaas S It you are tick you can make DO mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands highest for Its wonderflll cures of the most diatressin and Is sold Its merits by all druggists In cent and onedollar 11 os You my have a the blood II sick fall to f acid the toaelected In the cases sample bottle by mall Boa cf SmutBool free also pamphlet telling you how to find ouyi you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer ee Co Blnghamton N Y Dont mak any mistake but remember the name SvampRoott Dr Kilmer SwtmpRool and the address Btngb4nton N Y on every bottle evidence can4 bo overlooked What the com housoholditprominence and undoubted emc601 ioruna 1 Is of national fame as a catarrh remedy It la thQ only Internal lithethroaSlUDg stomach or 1 organs It cures oq With healthy mucous membrane clll systomwrites time and money with pbytlclaas aa used many kinds of remedies whktt wen guaranteed tun curse but lot every case It itreaped oo whatever from them my seemhrgly vain seareh for relief I purchased a bottle ot Peruse having nocomtUeoee la tt what ever at tIN time Tale was about one year ago and I began to Improve and was able to attend to aty buttons without being constantly hampered by every kind orpala known to a human being My hearing which was almost entirety rone la one ear mvca bitter The medicine not ootyeeema tocun butto pnvent disease t Tfiw wlater whea every one waa suffering from la grippe istood like a stone wall absolutely proof against It lam not a believer la patent medl Sinai having found the majority ot do vet to r as the best mad dna for catarrh the world hat ever seen Ikupabottlaofiiatbomeco- nztanflyand shall continue to dose because Ibelieve It to be the best med Jcno oa earth I never leave home Mr Evan D Dowen Dodge CttyKwj Conductor on the A Td s P writes HZ have had catarrh of the tho tlmo Isantaking F runaI waa Uable to make more than ono or two til weighed IXpounds I have been taking Pejan since thM time and lye neys It you do not derive prompt and HUe factory resultS from use a be plotted to give you liii Taloable sdr vies gratU Address Dr Hartaaa President of Tho naztman BanltarliUB Ooiumbofr Ohio Groves Tasteless Chill Tonichas stood the Average Hilt 50claiedOMOCRATIC PRAnRI Grover toward waysI anyI OverWork Weakens Kidneys yourblood XMMgKMdQr thoughthey kIdneysliut SUCR straightforward whoaja Poruna mootcayarlonJdbeasea ofthe fMruflerewasmoneythmwaaway owmcaIPeruna my8rp 1tfb1Dkthl ontherosdaiat1inenotbe1ngableIok ugiodaZvsaDBowen Feruna gtv1ngtall Annul MillIon bottles everlastingly publican party alter us Smile on us with a broad Demo cratic smile andtell us what todo to swat these dad gummed radicals Nerve ns up for the fray of 1904 and stand by as in the midst of the battle and all the glory shall be thine worlds wltbont end AmenYetlow- jacketCASTORIA For Infant and Children The Kind Vou Have Always DlqU Bears the Signature of 0 J- Argon Of Oil A great medical discovery Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK ING Wbea you take Qrorti TutekM Chill Tonic becaaM the formula U plainly printed on ner bot tl Int5taleelROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IHOOIPOUTKU Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize borne folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and beta talking distance with the whole coun ty and business generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense 11 you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky I v CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYALPILLS 04 8caJ I6lItu I I4 HjIV Alwsys reliable IdUH uk 1esetm tin UULIS to Mad endcmcumUold boiM mlwtwnii bkuj ribbon Taks BO wilier Ben Mi dBBccrou eubsfl vtlouMd Imitation tiny oC rwirUruwUt Of send 4t In Kunp for Partleulwrs TeU- owj3a MIS Boiler for LwdtnIb 1rrurw ali ze00o vsetlaoniala i4- iIuLmaisut OBIOBS8TBB OHSMlOil 00I4100 XiHtlMm ftqiutr IrtIll4A M- Ktottn fete trow Ii r T 4 Hartford Republican tesnedbytIu IlottronllnbllshingCosnanyIaroarowatsn T Z =rot Zr- 3Combslatsd 3 i nouh n1rr1FRIDAY MAY 29 Itiilrwnl Atlvrrllfclntr- Trnnilrnt lulrertlwuwnt lOc Iwr Inch flrtt insertion oc iwr Inch each mldlllouallniwrtlon Special rates on yearly contracts Loral notices JOc per lint fin t Insertion se per line each additional Insertion Card ot thanks resolution end obltnnrlc 10 erntu a line Cii U In ndvnnc- eREPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPUESKNTATIVK DR A D PARK Rostpott Ky Fox CIRCUIT COURT CLERK 1E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky ANNOUNUKM KVr- WrorHlnlcRcnnlor nnnouncollON A R we are authorlied to BENNETT us n candldnto tar Btntn Senator from the Boventb Senatorial Phtrtct HUbJrct to the action ol the Republican jmrtj nntborlicdto nnnonnre 8I STEVENS iheewnenth Senatorial PUtrlct nibject to the UcimUlcnn putty- ttenrenulhorlteJ to uunouiuo D IlAKBIt- RIIOAOS an n cnmllilnte lor SUto Senator rrooI thj H cnth Senatorial district i ol Jott to action ot the Republican party WHEN you look towards Louisville youd better hold your nose WONDER if the smallpox will ever tackle Breathitt county BELKNAP seems to be loomingup II big on the political horizon in Kentucky PRATT Wilson Belknap which one of the three is to be Kentuckys next Governor Tits good old summer time has gone into business here in earnest In the last few days A perfect woman nobly planned To warn to comfort oDd command Drop oil the last word and apply at this office SEEMS like some ot the Democrats have come to the conclusion that Allie Young is onla cross between a buzzardand a polecat after all VoNDEK what the Democrats are Viewing with alarm now Is it the situation in Kentucky or the after math of the Missouri Legislature WE want spring poetry Send us your manuscripts We sell them to go under carpels and work them ofI an delinquent subscribers as newspa per wrappers JAKE ROWE has been Indictedagain fur official misconduct This makes the steentli time Puzzle for the tax payer Find out what becomes of these indictments SERVING on the petit jury here In Ohio county has come to be a fad nating passtime The present term of court has made life for the present jury one grand sweet custard pie TIlE Republicans of Kentucky will hold mass conventions in each county on July llth to tend delegates to the State Convention which will bo held in Louisville on July 15 THE man who never toile is the one who has never undertaken anything Our overthrows are the very best dis cipline Wo are only stronger by being made conscious of our weak ness Jo BiAcnuRN once said I hope to live long enough to see United States Senators elected by a direct vote of the people The people of Kentucky will be proud enough when they get to see another Governor elected that way A BUFFALO firm states that it will soon be able to furnish the newly dis coveredand very wonderful metal radiumat the shamefully insignifi cant price of 78000 per pound We are willing to accept a few compli mentary ounces for making this an nouncement mooTHINGS look flattering for the Re publicans over in Missouri and if prevent Indications dont change they will soon be able to carry the State Within less than a years time fifteen high Democratic officials have been convicted and sent to servo terms in the penitentiary This be gins to look like the untcrrificd De mocracy of Missouri was slowly but surely petering out ALIIK YOUMJ with tbe fluff and bloom and exubercnce of potential power seems to have arrived at the conclusion that the management of things in general is unwise and that hero and there are little odds and ends where the Creator has miss ed it He fancied he could improve on Divine economy in the Democrat primary mess in Louisville but Judge Caruth with coldhearted in difference disagreed with him THE Court of Appeals has handed down a decision compelling Cantrill to vacate the bench in the Caleb Powers cameBut the recent Legis lature made ample provision for any such emergencies by giving the Gov t fc Ji4ii3ta yr ernor the power to appoint a special judge in the event of any kind of Vacancies This decision must have brought A faint gleam of hope into the bosom of the unfortunate political prisoner at Georgetown for BeckVam will hardly be able to find a Democrat this side of the laud ol eternalsum mer so thoroughly steeped in parti sanship EO completely destitute of hUe man sympathy and so utterly heart lets as Cantrill rTHE Democratic party in Kentucky begins to look like the Chinaman who attempted to ride the bronco Chairman Youngs latest blow seems to have knocked its spleen into the northwest corner of its throax and its upper lefthand tJeuodc imo into the subsequent circlo of Will Ii will scan be to order for a coroners jury with the aid oi a chemist Id make a report on the shapeless and shattered moss of disorganized pro fanity WELL indeed has a distinguished Southern writer said Let us turn our minds from the dead past to the living future Disband our Daugh ters of the Confederacy and Sons ol Veterans and organize in their stead clubs in each town to study the needs and duties and resources and opportunities around us thus putting our energies and thought into the present and future Let the rest of our monuments to the lost cause beI men and women of granite solidity ot character and granite whiteness ofI purpose H f H H rH RENDER KY fI tt t Mr W D McElhinney of Central City was here last Saturday on bust ness for C C I Co Mr Polk Mercer of Linton Ind is here this week the guest of rela tires Mr Elwood Stewart ol Morgan- town is the guest of his sister Mrs R B Easton at this writing Mr Mat Collins went to Hartford Monday on business Mr W S Vick Owensboro was in our city Monday Jack Neighbors went to St Louis this week Mr Arthur Baker Taylor Mines was here Sunday Mr Ernest Jennings got his thumb badly mashed Tuesday while at work in the mines Mr Joe James visited at Williams Mines last Sunday Misses Lucy James and Venda Fen tress will attend the dedication at Beaver Dam next Sunday- A cross timber in the mines struck W J Rowe on the head and came near breaking his neck Leslie Jones is laid up this week by running a rusty nail in his loot Messrs Robt Pollack and Ed Bailey visited In Central City last SundayMr Harry Harris has gone to Boonvllle Ind Mrs Bayles Baker Central City visited her brother Mr J T Main at this place Sunday Prof V M Stewart visited rela tives in Handcock and Brecklnrldge counties last week Llneons Pate ol Beaver Dam was here Tuesday Charles Cargal Is In Echols this weekRichard Render has returned from Clifton Ill Mr Byron Barnes of Beaver Dam was here Tuesday Simon Stevens visited In Central City last Saturday and Sunday Hary Bridges Louisville was here Tuesday H Farback of Paducah was here TuesdayJohn Lamton of Central City MondayrGeo F Long of Beaver Dam was here Tuesday 5100 Howard 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are thebest To improve Rough River At the next session of congress a petition will be presented asking that Rough river be improved The river LIverrmore and Is navigable as far up as Hartforda distance of thirty miles Congressman A O Stanley has promised to use his influence to get the appropriation throught When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by allS druggists m OAXOnXABear the l Ito KM You Have Unit Bought Binittni 1IJof a NEW FAIR COMPANY Incorporated Here Last Webncs JaYJrany ijeyv Features IAaaea f J At a meeting ol the stockholders of the new Ohio County Fair Company held here Wednesday the prganlzn tlon was completed and the company IncorporatedThe officers were elected Rowan Holbrook Prcsldeut R B Stevens Vice President S T Stevens Secretary and Treasurer T H Black C M Dninctt S T Stevens Rowan Holbrook and K B Stevens were electedfUnctors Exten ite trjmrnlions were outlined to make the Pair the greatest ever held Ifre Tin Newsboys Band of Louisville will he secured to fur nlsh the music Automobile racing will be Foraeting never seen here be fore The premium list Is to be greatly enlarged Nothing which will add In any way to the Fair will be omitted by the present management fll f i CENTERTOWN KY TH1HHt1 tr9 aH tvt44 v Rev E A Cottrell and Prol E W Patterson of Hartford gave us able talks last Sunday night in the Interest of th Y MeA We hope tha good may result lions their visit to our town Rev E V Phljip altrmkd strv ices at Elks church lat Sunday Mrs Ollie tluvnl1 Island violin her brother Rev L P Drake of lit place last week Mr Will Stewart and wile went to Rochester this week Miss Willie Tichenor of Point Pleasant visited the family ot Alvin Rowe this week Miss Pearl Igleheart of Matanzas visited the family of H H Davis last SundayMr James oi Calhoon visited his parents here this week Mr Eden Bishop of Beaver Dam visited Mr Robinson Ashby and fam ily here last Sunday Mr Joseph Pomlnvllle of Stillwa ter Minn after having spent over 2000 with the best doctors for stom ach trouble without relief was advis ed by his druggist Mr Alex Rich ard to try n box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He did so and Is a well man today II troubled with indigestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or con stipation give these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For sale at 25 cents per box by all drughlsts r BEDA rG14 KY 111HH H t H H H H H U Misses Andrea and Mildred Ben nett of Greenville are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs B M BennettMr Walter Parks of Hartford spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives here Mr Lindsay Bennett came home Tuesday after an extended visit to his son Mr R P Bennett of Small house Mrs Robt Davis spent Monday BennetteMrs Sally Bennett left Monday for a visit to relatives near Masonville and Owensboro Messrs John and Daniel King ol Hartford have been employed to do some repair work on the chars at Shinkle Chapel Mr and Mrs Sanderfur of No Creek visited the family ot Mr Thos Greer Sunday Mr Ney Rowan Is visiting relatives at Heflin A donkey stepped into a store and the proprietor approached the beast and asked What are you doing here You know this is no place for a donkey I am here said the donkey because I saw your adver tisement on the fence that surrounds my pasture I know you too must be a donkey or you would place your advertisements in a paper where it would be read by people not donkeys Being lonesome today I thought I would be neighborly and make a fraternal callEx- x y 44i444 t4 t11rdtI tiV4 SCHROADER SCHOOLHOUSE 7fV7T7 17 tt7 Rev A J Acton filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday Mr Will Duke and family from near Horton visited at Mr Wm Potts Saturday and Sunday The Sunday School organized at this place hn proven to be a success oneMr Jesse Morris of Sunnydale was here last week The formers of this section are about through planting corn and set I ting tobacco The Newspaper Trust An exchange has the following toI saytThe biggest trust on earth Is the newspaper trust It trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting mis trusted for cussing and it busts for trusting gets cussed for busting The Mistakes of Nature- It seems strange that nature made j many mistakes It placed horns on the head of cattle but man saw a chance for improvement and decreed the horns useless and must goyIt placed tsih on horses hut man said the Creator was again mistaken and the tails came ofT It placed whiskers 40drTongue If h- Is bad liver is outs of order AersPills will el n cure your dys rightEasy5CAII drunbu Want your ninuitacno or beam a boauxal brown or blickT Tlicnut- eBUCKINGHAMS DYEMSr to em er enH e L r Nut a eaMNW Non the face of man but Populism ltd ed front the face of the earth and man bade adieu to the unnecessary appendage It placed seeds in oranges but little children swallowed the seeds and miniature orange trees grew I their stomachs so min said the seed must forever depart fr m the luscious fruit It coatttl rhirki ns with feath ers but now man declares this coat- Ing Is not fitting and the feathers must go the way Sri the taws horns the horses toll the monA beard and the oranges reed And now the Department of Agriculture is looking lor a pig without a hllirExto f H f4H HH iWYMAN KY f tK at i S rT757711 The prospect lor gool crops of all kinds Is very nattering nt present McLean county has recently lost two of her leading citizens by death John Faith and Henry Ballentine The G A R Post of Calhoon will conduct memorial services at Oak Grove church two miles north of town next Saturday The survey of the Interurban rail road runs very close W Wyman but buildIencounter as Ohio County Boys Dr W S Williams of Unlontown has formed a partnership with his brother Dr J R Williams of this city and will move hero about the iSth of May They will enlarge their dental rooms In the Peoples building and with the additional equipment will have the most complete and mod ern dental parlors to be lound in these parts Dr W S Williams has the reputation of being the best Dentist in Western Kentucky He possesses a thorough knowledge oi the profes slots and has enjoyed a large practice for the past ten years Dr J R wily llama has been In our city about a year and has proven himself to be far above the average as a Dentist and has more than he can do For this reason the gentlemen have concluded to make Shawneetown their headquarters and will do work In all the adjoining counties and Union county Ky We are glad to have such excellent gentlemen and profes atonal men become citizens of our t wn Shawneelown NewrGleaner S S Here is a puzzle that puzzles every body Take the number of your liv ing brothers double the amount add to it three multiply by five add to it the number ol living sisters multiply the result by ten add the number of deaths of brothers and sisters and subtract ISO from the result The right hand figure will be the number ot deaths the middle will be the number of living sisters and the left will show the number of living brothers Try it and seeEx THIS REMEDY Is sure to GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BALM liven Relief at once It cleiiDKH soothe and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drive awnv cold In lb CATARRHI EADeorled dTnlby m mall Trial size Oc by mall ELY 11KOTIIEUS60 WarrenHtrat Xew Yorf E B Andrews Now for Gold Chancellor E Benjamin Andrews of the University of Nebraska in an address today before his class in ethics said iu part I confess the error of the opinion I held lor a number of years regarding the production of gold It has increased enor mously since 1899 By 1897 It had completely checked the fall which prices had been undergong since 1873 and since 1897 has caused a considerable rise in price I have to admit that it was an astounding mis take and I was in great and Inexcusa ble error Lincoln Neb Telegram to the Chicago Trib- uneConstipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion Absolutely remond bj the nu of DRCARLSTEDT1S GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded It yon are not pleased itbreotta Iboutalldby e mtrthanlofMorplllletconstipation and l cstionandwurerale-o to try Dr- otqa German UterWdU br OD w had done ood I oftIlter1ett was surprised to And hlmiell fhb mer tdrcadedof bodlir ailments CUlrf now a well sun and not use any medicine If roil an afflicted In this trtall It will wet you only is Watt andehonld It not proTaaswesar the nI11 1s aothorUed to roar Boaer TUB AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO BransvUle lad cnr e ite W Re re iiifestlessi i Store rCTWo aroJ Mt content tjiili 11111i oUitlyestoVilayrlast1 wfcdlc orliist year lair endeavor is to do bettor today ovmyiday emostriinig constantly to increase tilt usefulness of this store to build rruntuifokeop it tim One Store in thp Green River Country where the intorests of our customers are always paramount at all times Evidence of success is easyr to find It shows in our rapidly growing store in our superb Spring Stock in qualities that cannot bo questioned and values that cannot bo equaled anywhere Wo woro never hotter prepared to supply tho demands oflitho good old sum mol time than now and wo want your trade If you will only visit our storo and see for yourself the good things wo oflbring and that so ninny are taking advantage of you will certainly bo a customer of to BARNES it BRO 1110t 11 Mens Underwear Shirts and drawers 251 5 and 1 each Hglf hose of every description roc to soc Mens handkerchiefs 5 = to soc each Collars In the new shapes Garters Rnbber Collars Arm Bands Cun holders Collar Buttons Cuff Bnt tons everything a man needs we have it Furniture and Cooking Stoves These lines are indlspensible to every home and every spring cleaning suggests some new hlng in the furniture line and a worn out stove demands a new one We have them for you any size and price you need We have about 3000 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 tar bej oad the reich of any line in this county Summer Wash Goods Our exhibition of Wash Dress Fabrics is something marvelous Every thing new in fabrics and pattern can tie 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 nil the up todate white materials We can sell you va h goods at 5c yc 8c toe 15c 25C 310 4OC SIX and 65c per yard In skirt goods we have all the new wears form IK 151 zoc 25c and 35C A great line at soc 750 850 1 i 25 and i 50 Fans Everything that the heart could desire in this line is right here from 50 apiece to 175 each When you are in need of a Fan remember we are In the Fan business for your benefit as well as ours Trimmings Wehave all the new grape eflects Our latest designs in Insertlngs Medallions Applique Embroideries and Buttons are worth traveling miles to see Machines Traction Farm Engines of kinds made by the Co for sale byJ fr e c Razors Strops Ev this you a Latest Millineryfl nlwttM I Initmonl ol Tlir Ie eicrly irdtyiThat Sinntiling new not iddtfl this stock 5e are wIll fixed to furnish the Intent warm weather ILttrt You nred a new Hut why not go where ou know you have a big stock to select from wheic know you can J get the latest shapes w1 the latest styles In Trim W tiling You SIC Invited to visit our f t ne and cape dAllY thU department Umbrellas and Parasols Our awnrlment ol Um ttrellftii 14 lomrthlng hey yond the ordinary Our line ot blacks In the following price soc 750 t t25 i 5i75n2f251 mid we carry reds blurs browns and greens 5c- Jr 150 175and 2 Parasols in wjutes colors 1 I 50 2 and 12 75 Childrens Para sols 25csoct and 150 1 Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Window Shades This is one of the most useful departments In our store We carry the goods In stock You buy it We cut it to fit your room and you take It home with you the same day You can buy Hemps at rye 200 and ac I grains 250 350 soc 650 750 Matting utfc ijc 250350 Lace t i 50 i 75 12 12 25 2 50 83per pair Window Sbadf ioc 35 Sat 755 When visiting this department ask to see Whltmoh II adjustable shade bracket Costa you roc Makes your shades last long r r Is in to 20 ReadyMade Shirts and Petticoats- We are prepared to furnish these goods right from our stock Iatshould you prefer a shirt made to espclal measure will ceitalny ilo it for at no additional expert to you carry Skirts at fI 2512 o 25 3 oo 3 5 a 4 no IS oo16 oo bard E7 oo Pettlcottiat 1 oo i 25 k 15 r 75 2 f25 375 f f and Gents Fur nishing Goods livery item In this department stand the scrutiny ol the rxpe r e1td IPIHnd nu toe in need of anything In this line can ron d to minx seeing nir eaqr Mens Suits 4 f5 6 351 flo oo 200 35 IS i8aiu1M llyV Suits in all the different styles 75 Ji oo 125 1 5e J2 01 2 25 jMI 14 I and 10s oo Elegant line t I Mena Shuts with or without c lar 5c Madras line In all the new upto theminute styles 75 85 and Jl on- NECKWEAREverythhig new from 5c to 500 each Ee Ladies Mens Misses and Childrens Shoes 1 Lowcuts and I No matter what yu want In this line we believe we can please u and to give you sort of an idea about this line would quia large Icatalogue but we mean to say that we are unquestionably oflerlng the most modern lasts newest most artistically constructed moil ppular priced assortment of high grade footwear ever shown I I Ladles Shoes r 25 150200 r 50 Mens Fine Shoes I 5 150 2 00 225 2 50 3 oo 3 51 400 and I 50 Ladles Slippers 750 1 1 125 150 i 75 2 00 225 and 2 50 Mens Lowcuts i 50 2 oo 2 25 IMI 103 50eMisses and Childrens Shoes from SOC to 200 We are the ShOt people Claus Scissors Rnzor ery article bearing brand fully warranted If you get a bad our return it we will give good one jou and run and and we you We and will most wn atil any toes and and and and Scissors at 450 5M 6oc 750 and 850 Razors 750 o and 2 50 n Razor Strops 750 i oo anti 125 x w it TO THE FARMERS fl Wo are already receiving largo quantities of Wool Hnms Sides Shoulders in filet all kinds of Country Produce for t which wo pay every cent the market will justify and wo charge you just exactly the samo price for goods exchanged for 1 produce that wo do for the spot cash over the counter Wo give you a sg 1uaroyour produce and come to see us E P Barnes S Bro Beaver Dam Ky k l t Threshing and Portable and Machine Supplies all famous JI Case Machine a NW Skaggs DundeeKy Curtains f f Clothing Slippers require 1so12 R t Security Mutual Life Insurance Company t tI 4 Binghamton N5 Y Issues all forms of Policy Contracts at the uvcst possi blo rates consistent with absolute safety Why not carry IitFour insurance with this Com an YHaveed with the State of Now York as trusteerand J1lake r thisr the most sacred of your investmentsabsolutely secure For information regarding Policy Contract calLonor address E W PAITIOIISON 3 xiutfuldxyi a- ItJ w i 1f I5 I5 I5 r I JlIi41 i 41heor Lawns V Jj iinu Ojgaiidics v k t iuv v vila IeVv i Solidt11ui OrglJIlUgfuJ4iLlQY Ci Finu Brown Cotton 5c I 44 4 Silk Gin lmnis 20c 4V Fino White GolslOe4R C1 4RSalet J Ladies Finn Oxfords 125 4Y Ladies Thro Strap Slippers lCO Shes150LOxfords 100 4V Infant Strap Slippois75c1 Mens Fine Shoes 200 125I1 41 n- sClothing Sale 4 450JlOOJJ BoysM to HJ ldSuits250to 1000 49 Now Cossimoro PuntsJOO to 500 Cassimoro Baby Caps 10c to Pants 50o 150 Efibitoflrr r Pr PiPP PrPPrv Hartford Republican i TFRIDAY MAY 29 j City Restaurant Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co a Fish Fish Flab City Restaurant Hot and cold lunches at City Res I Unrant City Restaurant for everything nice i and good to eat Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant I Hvetything the nicest and best at City RlstaurnntIFar Cheese mon Oyters JWe tire ru fy lir young chickens or1anNlcc t Frnltd Candles and Cakes In lUtltjXd at City Restaurant Clt RtMHiintnt Is to I InfeedDont buy a DuRcy until jou have I steit ours TAYLOR lItLnwls Born to the wile ol Itol O M Shultz nh last Saturday night a baby girlmiYum Yum How goal that Ice CrcMtu and Sherbet is at City Restaurant Charlie Pendletnn has been nrqult 1telllrJr the killing of Annie laker In Cincinnati We baVe a complete line ol W I boysrAny one haying a horse tube trllinn l ed should call on or write C Blair I Hartford KytlISeeour Ladles Oxfords and Strap of Sandals Our stock Is complete CARSON Co Little George Thompson Infant of Mr and Mrs A C Taylor Is dan gerously 111 of fox I This Is the season for thin thWeCARSON Co U t Dont stew and sweat over making Ice Cream and Sherbet when you can buy it at City Restaurant Bring your Feathers URge Chickens Hens Bacon and Lard CARSON Co Dr A F Stanley returned yesterday from a weeks trip to Memphlp Tenn and Dawson Springs Young Plants Every farmer knows sorrie plants grow better tha others may be the sam and seed mayseem the same libutM a others stron Ii A And thats the waywith children Theyare like young Plants Same Ood1 same om e Ifsame care but some grow big i and strong while others stay 11small and J s Scotts offers at n easyway out of the difficultyt I t e often means starvationuotbecauseofdac1 i of food put because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion feeds and gives the child growing t strength Whatever the cause of west ness and failure to grow Emulsion seems to fira 1itand set the matter right I Send for free Ch II1ht 4o Purl SL New YorI tbt+ e 15 3 JtI NQtJo1sa1 1 bE lo Siiiiailk nil Hhiides 1 N itS l fffv l V w tl yLtLndwlBlun DulUiii b h Leather Wrist Hags ob Ladies Helta 2xbf Now Handkerchiefs iil Dry bit ta Hosiery Sale it 15 doxon Childs batsltibbedllh b1 sty 16u U rr It li 10II It Leo Striro Hose 2Ije byb 5n U1bh30II Lidos Plain Blnek Ho Se bar 50 Fancy Hose ISe t5 r II Stripe 1100250 bf 20II Mens 5c b tbit MillinerybWhito Sailors 25c to 100 b 1f r bf bitUadRibbons allsllades5c to 50c Now style Veilings25c to 50c bit t C ChildrcnH ofl bit MtPrPrvr P r P I S Emulsion Z We have lots of White Goods Em broideries and Laces Ask to see our stock CARSON Co Dont forget that we carry a com plate line of carpets at jscts to 7508 CodMr Ed Barrass got his knee Injur ed by a coal car In the Taylor Mlnlulast week but Is now able to again Ice Cream Ices seColacool drinks at Z Wayne Griffin drug store WANTEDWidow with single laughter to manage lintel at Taylor TuTaylorJudge Owen set aside the verdict of tbe Jury In the suit of Gaylon Taylor against the Rvansvllle and Bowling Green Packet Company 1Dr D W King Osteopath la at needlnlIlivery visitor at the Street Fair vited to inspect our line of Buggies and Carriage A car load just re ceived TAYLOR Lnwis Mr E Crabtree who has been troubled with Indigestion left Wednesday for Dawson Springs to try the neral water at that place for his trouble jjFlourgSideslivered Rowan Holbrook left Sunday lot led Calhoon to join the engineers who are surveying the Interurban railroad will reach Hartford perhaps to row C E Smith went to Horse Branch J day to attend n special session 1 Esq Geo Martins court in which was tried an action of forcible entry and detainer Miss Mamie Jones Fordsvllle who I has been sick for sometime III thought to be alowly improving I Her sister Mrs AL Hudson ol is place Is nt her bedsideUWANTED Competent foreman Jar weekly newspaper office State expe dance reference and salary expected Address JOIIN HENRY THOMAS Narrows Ky Prof E W Patterson left last night for Morganfield where he goes to at tend the Young Mens Christian As sociation convention which meets a that place today and continues through Sunday The following merchants of Hart ford will close their stores at 730 Jj oclock beginning with June tat and continuing until Sept let Afr codanRhoadseThe following is a list of morrleg- wicenses issued since last Wednesday Gray Hartford toDoshla Wim salt Palo Joseph Myers Spring or b IWGlover McIIeury I J W King of Terre Haute Ind has just remodeled the press of Tim RKPUBLICAN He has shown himself of be a skilled mechanic pdssesslng ability to handle complicate machinery with an ease and accuracy f whichcpmea after long practice Lightning struck the brick dwell I lug hope et Mr Louis Gunther he 1Yedaeeday at S3o and f demolished the chimney The family chikm ney were DO or serloueiyhurt The damage cr bout o- Today at noon the Central new College will Cease to be BUSII done a good yesrs work Those who have completed the entire course with credit are Misses Willie Hock er Lizzie Miller Victoria Williams Messrs Robert Wedding U I Paxton and Ion Barrett We haven nice lot of pound Per and Calicoes in remnants range g from J to 3 yard lengths This ia put up in 5 pound bundles average 40 yards to bundle which we wi ll at 65 cents per bundle Thi a formedsy i Jo Davis and Thurlow Ashley the fire department of Owensboro were fined in the Police Court there esday for running their horses on streets Both young men are from Ohio county They were en gaged In training the horses of the department when they were attests The reputation of both boys here is good A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church next Sunday at n ocloch Rev Boyce Jaylor rom usaeverybody attend and help all they can Private work and prayer should begin Immediately Not by might nor by power but by my spirit salth the Lord E W COAKLY Pastor The Literature Class of Hartfot- College delivered their term finals in Court Hall Wednesday night to a audience The members of theto are Lillle Miller Jessie Glenn Render Margaret Marks and Stevens McDowell Fogle and Chester Stevens The finals reflect the highest credit on the terms todentslaneanMary Keown Irene Miller Katie Thomas and P C Miller and L J Hoover Tonlght the annual ad drew will be delivered by Rev R H In degrei0 was ferred on Mr P C Miller and Miss Bnrnlce Miller Judge J S Glenn will present the diplomas MonM vIIIrestedclses InnexA fine line of AMES Buggies and Surries just received Prices most reasonable Everyone intaIhigf grade Carriage should see our line and know our prices before was JTAYLOR Notl eIIcThe third annual celebration of Mell be held at Sylvana Park Dundee i Ky Saturday June 27 1913 in hone of St Johns Day with a gran P spesariThe carries bn The Commercial Appeal are putting on airs because they are riding around In automobiles their owns Any of us redid do thdtickerIItca HarJenian Fr eEres8v 1VottcefAll persons having claims against dtceasedIy 0tome at my ifficein Hartford KyAprppfrly onor before j r barredT1ThiS r NEW Y M C A SECRETARY Prof E W Patterson wbo hRS sumed the management of the Y M C A Association of Ohio county a young man of exemplary character possessing In a high degree the char HIt1PERSONAL MENTION T iYYT r fi ir irYT i iT i iit J H Goff Heflln was In town Monday N P Kelley Magan was Into SaturdayEd Render was In to Saturday Arch Lane Shreve was In town Tuesday John Austin Select was in town yesterday lion A S Bennett was in town MondayS James Select was in town Monday Joe Kahn Cromwell was in town Wednesday M L King Select was in town 11CWednesday John Wood Rochester was in the ofgtown Monday John Lindley Llvejraore was in town Saturday W S Vlck Owensboro was in town Tuesday S L Stevens Cromwell was in town Monday Mr J B Brown was a caller at this office SaturdayAFordsvllle was In town Monday Supt DeWecse spent Sunday in rtheS N Elder Evansville was In Hartford Tuesday iidDr McDowell Dundee soon In Wednesday J B Smith Cromwell was in town Wednesday I John W Moseley Ralph was in town yesterdaIChas Douglas Cromwell was in yesterday J A Stewart Cincinnati 0 was town Tuesday i 11firatMr J M Halloway Rosins was Rev town yesterdayIhere Monday W L Williams Braver Dam was In- r the city Monday C S Bensett Narrows la In Hartforl E P Stewart Gllstrapp Ky WHS Hartford Monday Miss Mary Bennett visited in Owensboro Saturday M L Heavrln visited In Loulsvilte Saturday and Sunday Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines waein town Saturday Grant Pollard Shreve was hee Monday and Tuesday F X Schneider Fvansvllle Ind In town Tuesday rank G Gore St Louis Mo in town Tuesday J A Anderson of the Repu b Is on the sick list Sara Turner and Miss Mar Bennett went to Buford yesterday A W Bennett of Harrodsburg spent Sunday in Hartford CarpenterleCoUP M Barnett is spending the week with his family here E M Woodward attended police I court at Fordsvllle Monday Dr A F Stanley spent the first ol e week lnMeniphl Term Sam Ganep Fordsvillr was to at this ffice Monday Mr and Mrs Noble Bean Sulphur Springs were In town Friday R B Stevens Beaver Darn was a caller at this office Wednesday Prof Alaey Tanner Pleasant Ride was in town Wednesday i Y Jv Jacl on Murphysboroujh was in town Wednesday dDr I Lawless Horsp Branch wo town Tuesday Bud Wednesday y sincterlstics which concur to make true manhood HeTjas bttn elected to ala poflossorshlp In Haitford eelsge He 14 sure to teaser credit upon any position which lie riiv occupy George and Ira Arbuckle Sele were colleen at this office Ncdnesd rqWmaon Smith and Esqr Geo M tin Cromwell were in town Wednes day louiavtlR1e s week wtlMm M L Heavrln returned yes tetchy from a two weeks visit to rel atlas in Owensboro Malcum Pirtle of Heflin relar Tuesday from n two weeks visit friends and relatives in Louisiana V R Bartholomew repreaenll the Geneva Cooperage Co was town Wednesday and Thursday Miss Fannie Cox will leave today for a two months visit to her slater Mrs C E Rogers at Elkton Ky Mrs Laura Warrlner and daughter Edna returned to their home ILL after a long visit to D E Thomas family here Ellis A Cottrell left Tuesday to his parents in Owensboro before oing to Pensacola Fla where he has accepted la a posltton mercantile house SOCIAL NOTES J The following young people cot the picnic crowd that went irdrie last Sunday Misses Mabel WUlUBis Isabel Beanf Yloln Pirtle Fpanle Barnes Leslie Taylor Nellie Long Lillian Everly and Orelle Pet tlgrew Messrs Claude McKenney Harvey Hocker Wilbur 1 Geo Barnes Leslie Leach Geo Long Ed Barnes and Hiram Mule Beaver Dam Misses Effie Shreve and Attie Wilson Rosine Messrs Jo Medcalf Taylor Mines and U S Carson Hartford Literary Stock Company Elwln P Street of Elkton organ ized a stock company here this week forthe purpose ol furnishing high literary entertainments her during the coming season The fol lowing gentlemen compose the cow pan C E Smith Dr J R Pirtle Judge J P Miller W H Darnel J Wilson R b Xee Slnimerrnan J IilViniaars J S Glenn S A An derson and R n Walker The s t rleacf ntliai Nona will begin In Sep teniber The uhlic should lend A subtitautihl and t i thlY tnttrprite e Bronchitis 1 II I have kept Ayers Cherry pee f inyearsthe s J C Williams Attics NY All serious lung troubles begin with a tickling in the throat You can stop this at first ina single night with Ayers Cherry Pectoral Use it also for bronchitis consumption hard colds and for coughs of all kinds Ttn dm tit Me tl All tnuilt ilorlor rf he airs take It notgmare It with J him 0 AYSA CO Log SIMS I j he Strength of the coffee buy adds to Its value in Uio ci- ipLion Coffee comes to fresh and of full always In sealedlalrtlght packages Bulk strength deterlbrate in flavor and also gather dirt I u4 ail traixUiCrIeormllpoarl Lion Oof lo That iJr LieaCl eeglbdC6mmon SprlrlgTroUrHo1 i liiVa sign tliatlho blood Is dctfclent lii viliillly jiist as pimpfcs noel other ooIi lniiilro Iitsii warning too which only the fail to heed I i Hoods Sarsaparilla Iand Pills courIcleanso tho blood and clear the complexionAccept substitute I felt tlrod all the time and could not sleep After taking Hoods Sarsaparllla a while I could sleep well and the tired feeling had gone Tills treat medicine has t also cured mo of scrofula Mal C M ROOT Olltdd ConnitI Hoods Sarsaparllla promises toI curo and keeps tho promise r FORDSVILLE HHHtHtHHtt KY w Smallpox arar about war Miss Anna Oilne4 returned Thurs day fiom a visit to Rochi ster and Ro ctsine yMesdrs J D Cooper W W Camp QulsenburryIrr the Knight Templars Conclave In Owensboro last week childrensare guests here Mrs IC Adair sari Mrs W W Camp went to Louisville Saturday Mr J W Martin and wile and Owenabtoore ea Miss Ava Davidson entertained receptionInin Mrs J T Smith Mrs E E Q enberry and Miss Nancy Smith win Louisville Saturday Yandel Sargent has returned from a visith to his sister Mrs Byt inBean at Dundee Miss Lizzie Kissinger spent Suad In Wbitesvllle The storks brought little Fred Vogel Hines a tiny brother the other day Misses Nancy Smith and Jea Reynolds spent Thursday in Owen boro MessH Haye Smith and Chester Carden attended th e dance at Sulphur Springs Friday night inndo 5toma who Is attending school Owendborn Dr and Mrs A B McCarty w e Quests of relatives in 0 rensb io lust week Albanr8ey Crto Saturday evilhnIt week Stevens Ideal Rifle I I No 44 Price Only 1000 Made in all tho standard cali i bars both Rim and Crater Fire I Weight about 7 pounds Stand ard barrel for rim firo cartridges 24 inches For center firo cartridges 20 inches j stockbysend it to you express prepaid Send stamp for describing com plete and containing valuable information to THE J STEmS AlliS wo TOOL Co POauMrs CHICOPEE FAllS MASS Real Estate I DO YOU WANT A FARM I have some land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres near Corm1voUa for 400 100 acres four miles port of Hartford for 1000 Goo I135aoros Eofcondition Good buildin tc Ono dwelling house storehouse in Prentis for 5- a good location and ft gpod bargain v r If you vanttQ buy or sell L see me r S AI Anderson Dealer Jn Real Estate IIAUTFORnKY 4 jGi +1GiJENIZYaIIYit jrri r rnsrrYY- J1t 1 Ftri+ 1 hv 1 fr4wft iA i YMirWe rflltj II lit ted witf Ifn1t41r1uuia nr r Hlfi LJ life rtw rl1i1rIhtm eill tout WMcfenryilliamsrticnrporated under one corporation beenilding returnfngI Kentucky Tribe ol Redmen of this veryrapidly attendedDam Saturday night rtlatlvrsInCaneyuleat this place townMonday I Bjy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver Dam ky DRALFJt IN Grceritw mill I f cI1rCHar vesliii1 fnililnos Fnruiing IinpetiUMiK oiunicrciiil Gnrwdon Jr- r Ii Economy Values 2 = Always Herei4There are some persons who when they start out to buy an article of Dry Goods are not particular what they have to pay for it just so they got what they want Then there thingsofveaespecially as pertains to their wearing apparel and are careful in their buying so that they will not bo disappointed in the value of purchasedIr = Economy Store is J The Place I willboresatisfied Wo sell at olio price to all and that a very low one Whether you care or wheth oneryou dont care how much you pay for an valueayway You are practicing economy when you buy here whether you want to or not And the chances are you will get exact aiewhat you wants Our New Spring and Summer Goods t0Offer you n chance for economy and for a se faction of something that will exactly please uponia inreaat abundance The children tooits n regular Emporium for them If you need any wear ing apparel of any description callon us Bargains horn all tho time IAt Present We a Are Offering Clothingtish Hat at a very Comical price Renlomber our big Clothing Special for 30 days050aSuits for 195 10 Suits for 825 15 Suits for 11eto We carry an immense stock of 1Shoes of all styles and sizes Not most goods least monoy but best values for the amount expended every time n = The Economy Store Hartford IIi a4444 3ti aJ My New Quarters 1 j Are replete with bargains of all kinds Come in tuid inspect my stock which consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shots YOlylowestt quote you a fowj rites Good Bleach Cotton 6c per YArds Good heavy Factory 5o per yard Best Calico lie per yard 4 f aLbClothing300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suits sixes 14 to 19 250 Boys Suit from G to 15 years 150 Mona Pants 50cthis is a worlds beater You had betercull sfLacHesquotedHighest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng y howRot c Yours for trade rr 0SAM BACH Hartford Ky l tO f cl OWGnsboroKy f info throat botweon Triplet Duel Uullrer nmtBttenllaaflr n ton iKk lptijai rtfr for PI Ohio ODOty leopteaJAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor ri 1 Hartford Republican a FRIDAY MAY 29 I Illinois Contra Railroad Tlmo Table New time card taking effect Sunday Dee U02at noon Norlli hoof Nonth Bound No 191 due 6S7a m No 1I dnell17 n m No 1 02 d no 94 7 pm No 101 due 347 p in- No 122 do 1242 p m No Ill due 885p m Local Freight Non dae7Mam No 193 due 247 p m S B VAHUCTtn Agfnt DISPLAY OF THE WEIDI Kentucky Tobacco blgnally Henored by Fair Officialsp ALL QMWBRS TO SEND IN SAMPLES Fnmlatn Specimens From tin Dlf- ftriat Tobacoo Fain Will Contrlb U to the SuooMt of 16 Exthlbit A EptcUl Snb MOM Committee Ask lag nil Interest 7 to Subscribe to f thl ITimd I 3 Th Tobacco Exhibit comnritteo of tho Kentucky Exhibit association is rapidly maturing fta plans for a dis play of the weed at the Worlda fair next year As has been stated In thoso columns before Kentucky will DOTO BO pot cent of tho total amount of spaca given to tobacco la tho Agricultural building nil means that tho com rnltU In otuutJD of tho display from the Dluo OrtM state will havo at Its dMnan of this committee propoooa to moke the exhibit not only Inctructlvo and Tluable but strikingly original At the next mestlns of his committee ftmp1t0groweromethrnc like 80000 of them a Ban lie of premium tobacco Ho la not dIb1I Maura tho publlo that orcrz to cox SAM H STONE Chairman SubFinance Commlttoo on Tobacco bacco grower who contributes n sample will be given full credit In tho display for his donation and will bo proud of the fact that ho has contributed a good specimen Mr Campbell haD a committee con sisting of about a score of tho states 4beet known tobacco people represent ing every distinctive typo of this Ken tucky product Ho haa recently Issued a letter to the members asking each to sdcuro In his district 30 samples with the name of the donor on each sample and to represent In tho sampled col lected each grate of tobacco from trash to tint leaf These samples will consist of 15 hands They may bo from the 1902 crop or tho 1903 crop In caw they are from tho former they will have to be dellrercd In Louisville Uforo Oct 1 If from tho latter not CHAB D CAMPBELL Chairman Tobacco Exhibit Committee until March 1 next year A committee of three Is to bo appointed by Mr Campbell to zecuro samples from all tho tobacco fairs hold In Kontucky bo twoon this date and March 1 1904 The General Finance committee of the auoclaUoo believes that the to- bacco1 growers dealers and warehouse men and manufacturers will bo willing to contribute handsomely to tho fund that will make possible a perfect ex hibit of Kentucky tobacco It has Isctod Colonel Sam H Stono of Louisville chairman of a special sub committee on tobacco and Colonel Stone has appointed aa his associates Quite a largo number of prominent to bacconists in different sections of tho itaU A mooting of several of these wu hold recently In Louisville when It was decided to mako every endeavor to raise 5000 among tho tobacco In Uretta of tho state A systematic and Ielgorous campaign for funds la to be 4 Inaugurated at onco The Missouri Commission ot tho I Worlds fair haa oct aside 30000 tar I tho casting In bronze for permanent preservation in Forest pork of the 4 status of Napoleon to be executed by I Daniel 0 French of Jefferson by J Q A Word and of the statue symbol tool of Missouri which will occupy a plMf In tho Terrace of States The of Napoleon and Jcffenon will stand at the edge of tho Grand Basin respectively west and south ot tho Ed i ucational building and east and eout I lit thcUdtflo Seven years ago a Kansas man Iwhogot poor while trying to be a I politician pulled up stakes and went to Oklahoma to build up his intone J by raising potatoes To day he is 1worth 60000 and every dollar came 1 from lila potato patch Moral There r is more money In potatoes than IDI IpolitkaI BECKHAM ARRAIGNED An OhIo County Democrat Shows Alany Reasons Why HeSuouId be Defeated 1Will some machine Democrat whose reputation as such Is Irreproachable be so kind as to answer the lollowing questions and thereby oblige a brother antimachinist tat The State of Kentucky to my personal knowledge refuses or falls to buy linsey underwear for the in winter of her female patients the Hopkinsvllle Asylum for the insane although for sanitary reasons they are rtqulred to take out door t ercise in winter thus cladwhy failure 2nd Does such deplorable cond ttona exist at Lakeland and Lexington Is there a medical treatise extant supporting the theory that insane women ale oblivious to the senslblll and effects produced by exposure to cold 4th Is the State ol Kentucky justi Liable In adopting the judicious meth od of subsidizing an hereditary ten dency to Insanity by killing her crazy women or of reducing those who may survive the experience to a state of physical wreck 5th If the thermometer was stand- Ing below zero and your wile was at home would you unless you were crazy yourself think of taking her ont for a stroll to exhilarate her mind and benefit her health clad in a call co dress and short factory cotton un erweam If you would you may dis pose with the trouble of answering these questionsyour evidence would not be accepted 6th Where may I find a precedent the practice of such brutal econ omy7th Does Gov Beckham know that between nine and twelve thousands of ollars furnished by the State of Ken under his administration to the Hopkinsville Asylum has been economically hoarded up at the expense and discomfort of those Insane dependant patients If he does the gratitude I feel to have owed him for carrying in 1901 the Democratic banner to success in Kentucky has long since been settled If he does not then his dereliction in office has been too heinously unmitigated to catch my compliments or my Demo cratic vote- I certainly feel a greater obligation to my wife than do I to Gov Beck ham I feel also that my political fie delity has a right to be contingent upon at least In a limited sense party and administrative purity Therefore If you would pride In the coinage of a word at my expense please to call that word uncontingent for assurendly I am not in doubt Notwithstanding the fact that my wife is a charity patient at Hopkins vllle she was never denied the cow tort of linsey at home and I still could have supplied her that luxury but was not Informed until March of the present year after she had been there a part of two winterb that the State could not afford to buy linsey underwear for Insane women A beastly shame to the dignity of the State of Kentucky Jf such a thing as dignity she yet presume to claim Reccntlly I noticed a comment by to some paper presuming that Gov Beckham had no knowledge of the brutality existing at Lakelank possi bly he did not but I know what he did know I was informed on the 25th day of December 1902 by an individual in a position to know that my wife was by her lady attendants Inhumanly treated I promptly In formed Coy Beckham In a lengthy letter giving minute details and re ed questing his excellency to make a rigid investigation He simply sent a my letter to the faculty at Hopkins ville the charges contained therein as might have been expected were promptly denied The Governor ac cepted their mere denial as final and conclusive and sent the doctors let ters to me as evidence of the abserd ity 01 my report He also had the impudence to send me a comment on the integrity and worthiness In general of that exalted faculty If Gov In Beckhama utter dlregard for the care of the insane is still to be indulged and tolerated how long before every body but himself and Allie would be concluded Insane and treated accord- Ingly While the Democrats of Davless county are doing homage to Gov Beckbam because of Mrs Beckhams nativity I beg to inform you that my wife was also a native of Davless county and welle she was not so for tunate FB to marry a Democratic Ken tucky Governor yet she was of good parentage and prior to the misfort uneof losing her mind was n refined educated Intelligent lady My most recently revised conclusions on our political predicament and Democratic administration are that both inc a lefthanded success We got not what we hopedfor and expected but In lieu thereof a heritage without end to expectations- If any machine Democrat should chance to doubt any statement or statements herein made either by in terrogatlon or declaration it would afford me a source of the most exguls Ite pleasure to alleviate the gentle mans doubt by a confirmation on oath of the facts herelug cited Gov Seckham as the duties of his office re ulred presumed to take charge ol asylums by appointing etc subordinates and if he afterwards become too busy by reason of the multllarl k1 rloua duties of office in contracting collecting etc to attend to matters of such insignificance he should so have Informed the voters of Kentucky from whence his exultation emlnafed that one Governor was insufficient to serve the people of Kentucky and have had Allie W Young and Capt Calhoun appointed to assist him the legislature to affix the price thereof In order to be styled a loyal Demo crat should I stand by with my arms complacently folded and my tongue adhered to the roof of my mouth and see my Insane wife treated with fiend LtIsh barbarity Nay verily call me a Republican gentlemen rather than a Democratic Spaniard Recall If you please those biutal scenes in Cuba Iewhen the sanctity ol feminine virtue was but a sickening ptey to the sexual peopenslty of Spanish power and compare It to the record made by the Hopkinsville Asylum The humane element of society in this Common wealth regardless of party affiliations should rise comma obliterate the practice and dethrone the power that sanctions the perpetuity of such un precedented vandalism N P KELLY a DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST GO OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital S50OOO Stockholder Addtl Liability 50000IQutnnlct Fund tar Customer SI DrpcwJU nnITM lubjoct to check Cot nothing to deposit or check out All can bo done by mill Intemrt paid on time d po lui II PER CENT for II montlu i lor I per cent fo horter period InttrmtbrglulmmodUtelr Oil or writ for forttier putlcvUn T II ANDEReo IVeiUcit p s aGOODBY TO CALHOON BY V T KEILHY My cherished my Ipvlqg wife and I Will sail at expense of Kentucky Dont cry nor sigh for money galore But merely wish to be lucky Oer the billows will we roam From our loving friends at home All because I made a strike so lucky No longer am I poor for I got the money sure But I soaked It hard to friends in old Kentucky Your ship just leter go Innuenddes let em throw For I know that such is just and rightly fiung With a longing do I crave now to ride the fairy waves For the present I will leave it all to Young Goodbye dont cry lor soon well meet again If our vopage is fated to be To return I do Intend luckyI money with you spend On election day this fall in old Kentucky You are dying said the doctor to the country editor as he lay on his death bed after long weary years of toll And do you think I am go- Ing said the editor Yes I am sure said the doctor The dying editor turned his head and looked at him who had come to make out his last will said And you think I amI dying Yes I know it said the lawyer The dying editor then said the doctor How much do I owe you About 100 maId the doctor The editor then turned to the lawyer How much do I owe you About 100 said the lawyer whoI had spent about three hours making the editors will Well said the editor Wont you please kneel on each side of me while I breathe my last Why do you make such a request the lawyer and doctor ask simultaneously Well said the editor It will be great satisfaction to die as my Sav ior didbetween two thieves The doctor and lawyer fainted and the ed itor got wellEx Be ambitious to excel Put the stamp of excellence upon whatever you undertake Put yourself jn your work Be honest with yourself as i well as others and do what seems right to yourself Put Individuality all you do and strive to prove the superiority of the individual Give youtibest energies to the life work you choose and strive to make the best of the material Determine that whatever you do shall be done well I a maRes chummy with good sleep b Wouldnt Believe at What tll wouldnt believe it till I triad II bill Is for Insomnia I used to stay wik night after night Now I eat a big bowlful of Korec liut before going to baa aod ilotp 1 haTe bocomeg004 fricndi gilt L Buxt Vt b flbflW Tho Kintl You Have Always Bought anti which has been In nso for over 30 years 1ms borne time signature of 9 and hns been inmlo under Ills ice 9 49 soirni supervision ainco its Infancy S Allow no ono todeceive yon In tills All Counterfeits Imitations anti uJustn4go0l1 are hut Experiments tlmt trluo with nnd endanger tho health of infants nUll Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCastorln Is rv harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ngo Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation unit Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of ii W The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUM COMPANY ye MUAMAV nUT NCW TOKA CITY f 0 =a m r At 378388 Ave Call for a 7 RepublicanI ordered that a convention be h in each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July II 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven I day July 13 1903 at i p m which county conventions shall elect dele gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Satux lay July 18 1913 tt i p m to nominate I county convention shall be one dele gate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President In mono and the basis of In the district convention shall be one vote for each 100 or fraction j over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President in 1930 The candidate receiving I a majority of all the votes shallilbeliens party for the office of State Sen ator in raid district NICHOLAS BARRASS hmn M S RAGLAN a SecyIFor i Strat1ton ICu I AND Theres nothing the matter with my bnslneos I have the Comber land In my residence and i of business My business has increased and my wlftj8 volce Is nevI er heard ti erumhle about the Tele phon Yours fir joo I I I Jim Dumps bad scarcely slept a- All night hed toss about and think But that all patt hell neer endure I Insomnia lies found Tis Force At night lights are dim whenIIt soothes the nerves of Jim Forceone Ports and H School Desks AND School Apparatus Of Every Description Lowest Prices THE CAXTON COMPANY Wabash Chicogo AGENTS WANTEDI Senatorial Convention 011each Irtlstrlct representation berland TELEPHONE 11Itneorpornt Telephone Bjvlcernnd allrp coniprtltlon NOWLIN Maar Club Rates HAKTFOKD RKitnucAX and either of the following papers nt tho price indicated Louisville Homld12hJo- uisil1e Post Daily 325 Yellow Jacket 125 American Farm and Or chard 110 ALFRED HUDSON GUILDER Z GONTRIIGTOR- llnrltnrtl HyI- lnlMlna nnj rrpnlrlnK ilooe by day or con tract met hi e tlmat t Ixfore you give joe Kiotrnct ATTEITIOWVIie In Owenstoro call on In ehlun dealer In pare straight Vhliklm Apple and encb Ilrnndle Airent Prank Fbr Ilrewlng o Jug order will receive prompt atUntlon The bet 200 WhUkvy In the State Wm CUSHION Owensboro THE NEW YORK WORLD IThrlceaWeek EdltlonAI- most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The Iretldrntlal campaign Is over bnt the world glt on Jut the same and It U rail olnews To learn this nw Inet nl It In promptly and Impartially nil that YOU have to do II to look n the columns ol The Thrlf a Week Edition 0- 1heow York World wblcb cornea to theabc- riher Ito time a year pllblIher IpokeoaodouITbeTbrlceaWt World regular nulncrip tlon price Is only 100 per year We offer this unmiooled neirnpoper and Tax UKICBLICIII togather one year for 15- 0ThregutaraEecrIplo price olth two pa pro U 10- 0Take The Republican V VV Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to ColoradoUtah arf Pacific CoastDO- UDLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING la Cart ELECTRIC LIGHtED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Meal a la Cart- ELECTRIC TRAINS ht C 1R To Cure a Cold m One Day Ti Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH on every Seven MUllen braes BOldin put 13 months This signature 1 ICfrDVL bOX 25c u SPECIAL PRICES C I Wo have in stock tho sizes of rubber bolt that goodslmadoprices named t 325 foot of 3 inch rubber Bolt 1 ply at 80 per IbotI465 4II 4ply at lie 328 5C 41 4 ply at 13cII I 75I G 44 IIl3 at IGcII 2GO 7II 4 ply at 18cII a 325ii 8w 4 plyat 21c 150 10I 4 Ilat 27c 75Si 10II 5 ply at 33cII I Lees MachineINCOnrOIUTE- DOWENSBORO WorksI Homo Phono No 449 Cumberland No 2- 53SALOONCOLLINS BARTPORD sYO Handles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Winos and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old IlltcrnatiolIaliqecialtiesBock Bock Beer B Ba COLLINS CO All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE oJPenmaiiiltlJ0lJtlluhl11 liltfrt7tr ftndfor i i u W 4 JllIllleKfI I terra rzperlenced teacher each on a Siwelalfit In blllo Irnilnatr of this college prrkrrxl bjr butloeM hon M Wo are cow la oar new bant DfeirKt corner 4on4anI Vaiaitsireettb- meet and beat srranired school billdlnir In the South lodltllnnl ln trucil n Scbool In rlonnlltbtytnr IUndnto cnn tnUr nt nny tlmr Vblton ala wtlrumo li J M 1IIU1IT PnCt FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID ama pioiic I erYtlnitcd to wote to popularIncentS each ten cast nt onetime All money over nnd nbore trip npenMi of teach ere to go erection of the Kentucky Ilalldlne nt the Ex Krery voter thus then Mtlifactlon of knowing n cnnte end Important object lute been sided at the tame time n teacher hat received recognition COnteSt con ducted under auspices of Hdnaltlon COn taillee of orgsnlzaUoarormed Kentucky Bulldlnr und tall productsPair the LetUUtnre hiring failed to make an ipproprla lion BTtry lIcetor In the llewnctneruacDerlapIlDo or todoool or EducationalUzhibitNames of all school children voting to be enrolled In the Kentack at the thePalaceliverycounty11Qt vote will be allowed to send two teacher the moit popular and the second meat TITS TOTES Will BE TES ems ElCH TES COXSTmiTOa A 1ULLOT Atten centa each every school child in the Slate will be able to cast at least one vote for his or her favorite teaCher flut the voting will not be Eonlined to school chIkiren rinrjiTS OF rents on ANT OF THEIR micros MXT TOTE The purpoie or the Auoci ntloa beIng toelect the most popular school teacher iu recbcounla considered bribe public generally as well GIt by the school children Dollotcontalnieu spscca to clubs pupils may be arranged end each giving text Cent be her vote If one person lire to nit ten votes It I writing blanc her name on one of the tpacr remit tins one dollar It It opt required tbaUb name ol the person voting be given U11 All ofthe pam for voters names may be left blank The Association want however to enroll In the Kentucky Building nt 8t Louis next year the name of every child who cast one or more votes In the contest Pupil are asked therefore to sIgn their names plainly to the ballots Alt EXPENSES OF TIlE TElCHEnS Will BE PAID by the Association TIll will Include railroad transportation from Looliville to St Loul and return board at one ol the bet hotel In the city for sIx day and admission to the exposItion grounds for aix days TIIBEE PAnTIES Will BE JUDE UP FROM TIlE HOST POPULAR TEiClIEBS to make the more profitable and more enjoyable Itach of these partIes will contltt of forty 40 teacher This would make a total ol but III there ere oDI counties In Kentucky the Attccla tlon baa decided to allow two teacher the most popular and the most popularto go from that county Jeffenon exccpted which casts the greatest number of vole In the contest ALL TKIOIEIIS IS TIlE STATE STUD OS AN EQUAL FOOT1SO In this conteit The teacher with may receive more voteS the teacher wlih five or six times publicUlVote may be cut rlOn who taught school during lyoi or 11 teaching now TIll the teacher of a Iimonthsechool which closed In November or December the opportnni- AST ty tobevoted or dllrlng the vacation petlod SC31BEB OF B1UOTS MAT BE CAST AT ONE TIME There no Holt The moreIdol lar tent In for any our teacher the more voteS he or the will be credited with ONE DOLLAu CASTS TEN VOTWI t TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTnS I TURUIt DOLLARS CASTS DOLLARS CASTS lORTY VOTES viva DOLLARS CASTS FrPTY VOTRSI T1lnOLLkR5 CASTS A l1UNDMD VOTItSr ONK ICNDKEDDOL LAIIS CASTS ONE ThOUSAND VOTES All of the money received In thl contett over and above tbat tiled In defraying upe u 01 the Momost teacherS of the State on theirtrip to the World go the erec- tlon ofa Kentucky Dulldlnff at the to voter in this conicaL may have the tddl tlonal oflcnowlng tbathebasatdawoyceue THE STAHPI50 OF TilE CONTESTANTS WILT BE PRINTED FBEQUEXTIT In each county to how his or her friends bow the race Ia belo run Begin now or our schoolteacher Thevole will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Committee of the Association The personnel of this at follow Prof H O llrownell Louis vllle Chairman Prof ltV UCChrsaCrFrnkort trot R P Italleck Xoutivillet Prof W II rtDolomew LulagtoDI Dr Chase PalmerDinvillei Ices dent William DinwiddIeiack0fl Dr W G Prost flerca I Dr P 11 UIIUtoon Loulrille I Dr U Y Mulllni Loulvlle l1r Arthur ltager Georgetown r SuperIntendent at A Cassidy Lex- Ington r superintendent S I Progge C J Crabbe IIror reHeuty Khoadt Owentboro T 8 Alley Co c cherry Ilowling Green I Prof limos Spencer Louuvine lilt Pattie S lilt LouisvIlle I SIrs U DrackenLoulsyllle and Sirs U toulsville uemben of tleEducsUoaat Committee are not eligible to election in this contest I2EMEIIBERETEET COtBTI ELECTS ITS OWN FAVORITE TEACHES Competition between counties applies to the race for the zth triplhe county outside ofJeflcrton the largest total number of votes being granted the distinction of sending two teacher The result will be announced every paper In the stole and In addition to this a eongratu message will go to the teacher elected In each Later the details of the will be arranged each teseler chosen being gIna the privilege of selecting the mouthJuuc July or August Xc4In which be or the watita to make the trip CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1Icast TIN votes for ni4Vor3 I I of as the most popular teacher in I county ONI 0Q14114R JNCIOSED I 1 u ioD 10et I 1 100 IOt ioiJ 1- T r too toe I fl I i bOo cr k 100- c 10e Voteu are not reqolredlo sIgn their nmuJbut the Association want all school children voting to do so as In Dulldlng Voters have the option ol sending ballots diced to the Secretary of the Association or to the paper Irom which clipped f paperRemittance ezpriss or postal money order or In currency at senders flit Address aU communication to U It 1IUCII1IS Secretary Ky 4 Ii a 1PWID1r Ir1eM 1UR3KTT CI8wITI BARNET SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAKrFOtin UY- WIllpriictlrethrlrprorrMlonlnnllthacnnrlsol Aliiwalatpecialtheir rare Collretlon and the Irnrtlr nl rIm In11ItPIOLICU JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY eolIecUonmaingbstractty OliN north aid public squa- reJEDAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hli nrotculnn In Ohio and adjoin nuconntlw Hiwclnl nitration given to all buteras rnitrnnttu to his rant S P ROBY w WlOIUNVU1Fvill prattle his iirotKMlon la Ml lbe court of Ohio and niljolnlniiraantlni nod ollrt 0 Apiw U Hperlnl attention given to ecUect- ionsEPNEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY VIII iractieahle prnlmilnn In All the martin Kentucky MprrUlnitration given to rallKtloim vtlUmrnt ol tlntslrnti rthtiroad rM nad rltttnal rartln Oflra oltlro OrtCtn block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it LW HARTFORD KY Will profile hit pmlrMlon IB All the court ni Ohio and ftdlnlnlo enroll nml th Court nl A I peal rrnmjit attention KInD to nil buelsiras Irnt to DiSc No Kt O Mf r 8tnt a R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY lnloAttorney and BinmlMrforObliMVBn ty OSeaovrtlbitCounty nut = U U lliFAviliX rIINCK1 WOO W A III HEAVRIN WOODWARD oriCllaevroem Ky- tUiflptartleathrlr rrorlon in elltheutV at Ohio ronn IT soul toart of Appeals f rlnl nttfntlOD given criminal prac tuv ned n lke tloti Ultra neSt door to Dank ol lUrUum W H BARNES Attorney at LnwA- NI 4litayroeDWill penciler hU prolnlnn In nil tb CI ol Oblo and ndJulnl1llt counties nod ID tb rl M Appeals wtritt nttrntlnn IIIU RUM Is all bilnfMi rnUiUO to bUrnra Vtllntlunn a- sped Hy Ufflra InroartbouLrrr IDIDn tOh1o Cent Clrrnltfoort WT Owen Jadiri JK llow Attorney l ren bort TII Illurk JuM r HA ADJ rtiDClrk lIon llullirook iJ irloin tnU lon ri II II Likens Trustee Jury I umliCA I KMWO HbtrtB llnrtlurd Dtpaty fluilff J n Krown ClamiM Kmwa Jo II lint H ri It I IlujrJ Iltn Stevens CoartconTrHnur i lion 0 day In Starch and Augnt end eoolliiwv liar Mkfnnd third Monday In May end NnnnUr twowriksVouat7COuriJ l Miller edgy j 1Ic UK BDdClvrki W II llnrnM Attornr Hertford nConrt convene i Ont Mondny In ni h month Quarterly Conrt Btftliui oath tblrl Monday In April July October and January 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