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F j THE hARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fi nJoLyvc j a Specialty OFFICIAL GaGAN OF TBE pun ITBE rouaTS CORESIOISTE1C7ISubscription i a year VOL iv HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 5 1903 No46 t OSTRiCh LOGIC noViitskfew pcople who Item to have gone to I mostiidiseaseII blood It is Iuuder to get the microbe 4t butDrdoes both by tying the blood keepingIt If there are eruptions on the holls pttn plea sore or other impuretGolden Medical Disco willrand Cure the enipitons wblCh come from Ut- o I loo4U ot 01 order tOeS I ba too10 the iocto wrtlCt Miii JallN Il MOM tw Lonofl rn1317 Co HC lie Nue me lIIdl theiItj Mr tontla weft nLU1 nd t7 retk oUn out oIahape my throat4 I aNk doctcbutme I Itltle wt It tII4 Oct tut Ions Ilc Uendrd Inc or twely moDltIh1I I fIoarcJ of tad whom wbo ws thbJI your mnictnc end WQJ ette etL Bo I N eer4otbI o4 be aallU Ito Doot oetya4 ontyl Utttubfleat M7tttOStW1 ao onmilkatr My left 11Wi w4Ien out of hap ant I tcaIj hardly ret roy ttuth 11w doctor ofDreaeCatanhthe ok and curd e Dr Fierce PlcaNnt Psilets cure con ltipatton ante I- tsMFATMATAT coIIBCllucnca tTHCOIA OsI0 AND NtcMftVCIIY- riteres Llle aed Streagth la Every 8rep z A scientific cornlinattoacf tbec4tia1 COfUtltlWlllof PRIME BEEZSC PURR OLD MALT IptIItJln um1J11 Walt 1 retzgnUonin4Lntit Cl naiitactuze a Iilull that it Ii aactheteetnernalal Wood took II- iio aicitel tht ITat I ripedally ten III tnn rnus pctnlksnd all iflefliol wtth deblUlr nu17 La JASTDINE t D l Loslnm Collqe alltwntaq NEAT I WALT 00 LouIavHI K 1 CaSTOnXA1 Nz1ti9lii Kh1Ye Kite Mj dllpatve YIfIlcof BUY THE H N E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by tl1080 Who ad- vertlito n fOOOO SowIng itiachltio for fQOO ThIs kind ofa nuichinu can IJo bought from utsorany of our I froial5OOto ftwaMAKE A VARIETY THE NEW nOME IS THE BEST Thoetl detennln the strength or wmkll of Iotiblo FCII cornblnoo with other r ittrong iitakit tito New Xfomo 2 the OOit Sewing nrnchlnu to buy W dlrnih wmanufactureaniIrkt bfrepurcbiaatng fHIl NEW BOo WJ AlS MACHlN CO i Unton SqNY Chicago IlL Atlanta OIL ri tit LouiiMo IaflaaTcxt3an lraueltoo Cal rOn UU IV Jr II MRS LS ADAMS of GaItn TIJUU WIM or Cardulls Indud s blculni to tired women having uffered for 4 liveR with wuknm arid burI- ngdown paw and having tried ev- eral dlllercnt remedies with no success WlM of Cardul s was the only thingwhich helped me sod eventually me It to up weak strengthen the system and correct Irrcgulariti 9 By tired women1t Mrs Adams means nervous women who have i disorderod menses falling of the I j t womb ovarian or of that women have t yoursclfnthotnGwiththl of Gardul Wino of Carilul 1 cured thousand of cases whicli doctors hare failed to bcnfit Why not bein to well today AU bve IOO bottles For irstomag liver or bowel disor I l erds I3lac3cDraaght should be need t tI o UNEOCARD 1 1 lARGR PROfITS IN TURPNTINING TwentyThree Per Cent More Turpentine by New Method of Tap ping Trees Also Better Grade of RosinThe- iNew Cup and Gutter System Taking Place of Boxing Less Destructive to Trees Operators Who are UstIng New System t The turpentine industry Is rrctiv a log the benefit ol a discovery by Dr Charles U lXety an expert of the Bureau of Porestry the Importance of which may be realized by the enormous gain la profits It secures for the turpentine operator fly a new n method of tapping trees called the cup lIdgntter system Dr lietty has Seculed an Increase over the old method of 2J per cent or turpentine besides uniformly high grades of rosin The demonstration of this Increace Is based on carelul and elaborate cx- dpdtlthenth dnducted by Dr Herty at Ocllla Ga One half of a first a second a third and It loulthyeat e crop was managed by the boxand- lgutter system Every eHort was mlll1e to have the conditions ta the s two divisions exactly similar and to make the comparison It jut one The Increased output of 23 per cent secured by the cupandgutter system dosing the season of 192 Is gunraa teed by Dr nerty as being absolutely rellllble for the turpentine orchard et O1lla Ga and he believes there la- ao reason lot not accepting ltaa repre entlltlve of the increase that may be s secured by this system throughout the turpentine belt t The experiments of 1912 showed the following gains of the cup and gutter over the box system ou a basis ot the crop llrllt year I Stcond year 34134 Third year 51338 Fourth yen l 5J648 SO striking and plgnlficaut wire t the results of the Ocilla experiments h that turpentine operators have eagerfly seized upon the discovery over the South the new method Is supplanting the old Dr iiertyiasg been constantly Inlhefield this spring lastalllng the quIpment of the new itystem under the direction or the fluredu of Iorestry Up to the prdeat 34500 cups have been In stalled by the following operators Baxter Co largo Ga 21000 cups Florida Tl and Lumber Co Mlddleburg Uothla 21ooo cups East Coast Lumber Co Watertown Fla 31000 cup Powell Bullard Co OCIllIl Ga 40000 cups H L Vickers Co Add GR 25000 cups J C McCaktl1 Co Bliin bride Ga 21000 cups 3 n Tal levnst Bro Braldentown PIn io 000 cups n M DeenCo Onega Pia 3ovoo cups IIIt Hlarhee Co IUarLee Fla 21000 cups Bay Naval Stores Co Bay St Louis Miss 10000 cup A Sessoms Eon Hay Ila 10000 Clip J S Coleman Bonitay Lila a6oco cups i Johnson Cromartle Co Altoona Pin 2100 cUP i Nlxen Lucas Wedo wee Ala 21000 cups P H Baker Catnpvlile IlIa 1000 cups The El- lisVoung Company Savannah Go 20000 cups K y Pry Stockton Ga 1000 CUP W C AUord Co- Co tondaleFla13000 cups The unbroken forest of longleat pine that onceextetided horn south ern Virginia through the South Atlantic and the GuluiStatea to eastern Texas has been greatly depleted MOlc than half the original forest has been exhausted and conservative tnt entlne operators estimate a standing supply of virgin timber sufficient only for filteen years of box cnttlnsr The Indifference with which this dettructive method was everywhere once regarded has been succeeded by a conviction that sonIC thing must be done for the turpentine industry that some method must be found of extracting turpentine which wilt nQt prevnt similar cortlnued operations on the same trees The preaett method of boxing Is ucediess- ly wllbtcll1l of the products A box or cuplIke cavity Is cut In the base ot the tre to tecelve the rosin which flows horn the snctl6ed face above The box Itself does not contribute any additional flw of rellinjon the contrary the deep cut by weakening the vitality of the tree really lessens th flow It Is nn unteeellrnry wound II meted In the most vital part of the tree reducing Its vigor lC8senlng Its power to atnnti against the wind exposing It to th attacks dlseafe and furnishing an unn ces- sarlly large amount ot expoSed In ttI1 L 1111 ir4rtJ a I flammable material to Iced the next fire that burns over the forest The luture of Ihe forest that has been heavily turpentlntd by die box system ut speedy dteay and death Toe eUItnd utter system III fully descllbed In Bulletin 40 entitled A New Method of Turpentlnlllg Or chardlng just issued by the Bureau of Porestry1 and hy Citcular 2 iwhlch was sent out to turpentine opersdors several weeka ago BrIefly the equipment consists or an earthen cup attached to the tree beneath Its pacrl fled face and serving to catch the rell n which drips from the two galvan- Ized Iron gutters above The earthen cnp takes the place of the Injutlons box or hole cut In the tree but the new system way be applied to boxed ItS we1aa to usbexed timber The cupand gutter system works o great advantage both for the tor- peatlnlng operator and the owner of tlmberlaud It assures the former n Immediate Increased pofltat very little additional expense and ben fits the latter by Inflicting the least pos alble damage to his timber The new system has many additional ad itlonal advantages No change ia- ecessary In the labor of cutting faCts oa the trees In which the negroes of the turpentine belt are especially skllllul The placing of the qzip meat which Is extremely simple In onstruction and may be fitted to trees of all siza la easily done by the regular turpentine laborer It Is held so firmly In place liS ntlt easily to be estroyed tkY accident and pet It maybe easily and cheaply tewoved at the nd of the season- Turpentine operators and timber j- aud owners who have seen the re- uits of the cupandgutter system are enthusiastic about It It meant IImuchI Umter land laid waste by the des ructlve boxing A method of tar entlnlag that Inflicts so little darn lite on the trees Is a moot Important actor In the problem 01 preserving outhern timberlands and as such It marks another advance In the prog- eas ot forestry A Splendid Remody- Neuralric pains rheumatism lumbago and eclatic pains yield to the penetratiag In uenceeIBaIlMds SliiowJI IIJlk It penetrates to the nerves ard bone slid being dhlto the blodita heallag properties are co Veyedo vtryt5lUr 01 the body aud eflctie ddetIiilcure- sJr D FJ Moore liltuola Ccii- ral Railway MllsnTenn ltatdt I ave used BallardS SuowLlalmenti Ior rheuintimbackache etc1 In ny remedyWe I oc and 100 at 1H William drpg ist r The Poor Eitor- If an editor makes mistake he has o apologize for It but If a doctor makes one he buties K II tlle editor inalresone there Is a lawsait swear lug and a smell of sulphur but If the doctor makes one there Is a funeral tut flowers and a smell of varnish Thedoctor can nSClworda yard Ioag without nowJng w t It meansI but If the editor nico the has to spell It If the doctor goes to see lIn other malls twle 1 Charges for the visit bbtU Ibeeditorgoes e an- otbermanstlftll1e gets achargk of buckshot Any old medical college CBn make a doctor but cant make an edItor lie has to be born When a doctdrgeta drunkits a C8selofov r come byheat and U he dIes It la heart troube When an edit9 gets dru6k Itaa case of too muclrbdnze ninth liediea Ws II cageof delirIum tr menBRx- HotWettthor WeaknQsis If ou fetl tagged out listless anti lacking la energy you ate Perhaps suffering from the debilitating eflects of summer weather These symptoms Indicate that a tonic Is needed that will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulate the boowels and Impart natural activity to the liver This Hctbine will df It la n tlc lax4ttlve and restoraUv II J Preegord Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan wrtte I- baveucd Hetbine for the bat twelve years and nothing on earth can beat it It was recommended to ale by Dr Newton Newton Kin 5c at JH WIIllaIru Rtv IiF1I s loIlforS Suit has beeh fii In- iounty ih i6m 1 ckcult count byj- Rgainst VDutbl r v Robh for g000 damt iCett for aThncier Durbit aelghIrom Robb Durbin fa Ohio county1 and for one barwari- a tenant in ibis county tie waSt- ateaaat on Robbs farm last year I e puts B r Isba andB rn aQ ii- ilyHooth Chamberflnst- iseptic P namJsJlnan liniment lnd when applied So cutl bruiaes nd burnes c theadtO heal wiliout 1lAturaIioif and fnuch more qulckythan by the ustui- litatnteOt Ir psale byall lUggljlt AnOutsideCommeht- Kentuck 1ll mute pre ad big that it feiTdntver raall put fltOUgh It frcqa ntly tIts riew shootstI- L6I OThbdDi1IOcrAt 00 00l I 00 f i Funeral Sermon Of the Democrat- Ic Party nY DliUAJo1 WRRNNING JVAN TEXT Let him thOt thinketh he tndeth take heed leet Ii e come down knlp To the erstwhile Democratic party oj America hall and goodbye and God be with you till we meet Again It becomes my solemn and yet de lightiul duty to announce In your hearing that you are a dead coulmun- Uy Yolt ate a corpse and I pin hereto preach your funeral I am not saying to what cause your death Is due The Republicans say that the smell of my breath made you sick nnd the tattle of my nether Jaw killed 3nu I nelth admit tile chargeI nor deny them Let It suflice for me tQllay that I sin also apolhI amurr 11y and the deep damn tl n oltilv taking oW rests upon you I was the Simpson of theDernocratic party And lUre the Sampsoa of old I sought to slay my enemies thejaw bone ofa jusack But the locks of my strength have ben shorn by the De- lIIah of Free Silver and Philistians of Imperialism have gouged say eye balls out I am In the bands of my ene mice the Republicans and my old Democratic mule has took the studs Twice already I have had my lutes tines carved out with the sword of Republican ballots and my little light has gone a glimmering Deaths before me and there la no way of escape Again like Sampson of oM I will utter a prayer for helpa prayer to the Prince of DArkness Let Ul pray 0 Prince here I ahl In a terrible plight give me my strength again ust for tonight Let me pick up lie Democrat mule by the hocks and Ive It a few or the rouslngest knocks that ever the darned old animal got and then thrtw It out In the valley to tot May I In my death kjll the wicked old mule that has caused meI to make of mself sucha tool Amen Now traltorlouspartylfyon hareI Uny dying words fixed up to say you had better say them quick for I am going to tremble you Into the graveI of political oblllon and jump on topI ol you If you had treated me whIte you shOuld have had my blesslngbntII- QW my last pollticafbreath shall be II red aodblue streaked curse against you WhcnLput4heJrecsllver cupto your lips partot you drsnk and part Df you spewed When I bled to COy er up your nakeddes wlih the trust cloak behOld thatJiJone btmp an your back wouldnt let It fit I When tried to row you over thegulf of de- at la the boat ol rmJCratlsm someoi you Jumpedout and gotdrowned aiu others tried to swallow the boat Verily 1 have a dickens of a time working with you and It makes my sleeves laugh to see you dir May the wonn3 of oblivion devout your carcass and may the hootowls of deolution sit on your tombstone and hoot His Last Hope Roalizod Prom the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the firllt opealag of Oklahoma to settlers In 2889 the editor of this pa per was among the many seekers ar- terfoltune who made the big race one fine day Lu April DurIng his travel- Ing about and afterwards his camping upon his claim he encountered much bad water which together with the verysevereIpossible to check and along la June the case became so bad he expecte4 tQ die One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlntrhoea Remedy as a last hope A big dore was given him while he Willi rolling about on the ground In Jrrr3t agony anti In a few minutes the lose was repeated The good effect or the medicine was soon noticed and within Rn hour the ptttleut was taking his first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked n complete cure and he cannot help but feel grateful The season for towel disorders being at hand suggests tbia Item For sale by aU rugglll The following conservation Is said to hove occurred between two Democrats and is tlplcal of the feeling of the best element iu that part Well II said Mr A we dOnt wont any more traitors like Cleveland Thats one thing certain Cleve land retorted Mr nwas the best President since JeOerson and is the bralnrst man In the party today One word led to another and things got pretty warm when the first gen tleman Mr A said 1 have about come to Ihe conclusion that the Dent ocratic party Is not capable of running Ibis government anyway My B- got angry then indeed and upbraid- Ing him for making such remarks In a public place exclaimed I For Gocs re thts what we aU think but dontl anybody elc know we think it- S SaAPXLXJLBea- iith wir ttltI Mans Four Ages Man born of woman Is little pet simons and generally green Ills life might be divided Into four dffertnt- paits As Ire starts his stomach is full ofpains blackberry balsam and 4 t t paregoric and he winds up the first period by stealing gren apples and going fishing on Sundut The etc oud term commencing at 25 rapidly passes Into the mt Atex fever and i he learna to werr ttarIing collars rmokl clllRrtttell call hid father 01ll man u with the gtrl At 21 ht has haniiruptel hlR tHIhr and blownI Inevlr Cent of hiItwn he finds a w man who is fnl 11 at 11 to marry u1m And IIhe tlees In shlng uttli she la caller away Th last periil be lives around iith his chiidrt- tlla the big thllgl he did whrn a FY and flnaiy goes uintier Ulllklag a niomentary huble on the sea of hu- unitv then la forgnltenAntwerpC- ana4s Bee r I riib Best Cough Modicinoi II sell m rlS of ChmheralnR Coigh i Remedy than of all similar prepars- tiona put together and It giveti the best Ratlsfactlo1 of any medicine I ever sold I JirArolntel every bottle I of It f C Jnguith Inland Mlch I This remedy is for sale by all drug gid Automobiles For Plowing Farmers In England have for sometime been opposed to automobiles one reason being because they con sidIered that there personal aafUy imperiled by them But now Mr DI Albone an Inventtr ot London has I shown them how they can use these new vehicles to great advantage I tie propoes in n 110111 thRt farmers shall in Suture URC automobiles in stead of horses for plott itig reaping mowing anti other work Hp has constructed an automubile ror this purpo e It is of the ordinary type xcept thAt the whyebsare ofa ape cml design an I tuBer torn those which lire Intended to toll rapidly over paved or micadamizd roate It Is rqtlpped with IIn elrclrlc motor of eight horsepower and rae be driven as easily backward as forward A plow or a machine for movlug or reaping can easily be attached to it and tlr Albone says that any farmer of ardlnary latelllgence can readily leatn to manAge it properly Moreover he says It costs less to reap and mow with an automobile than It does with horses WAsTEDYoung men to prepare for overnmeat positions Fine open- Ings itt All departments Good sala- riIa Rapid promotions Exawina- tleita coon Particulars freeInter State Cot lust Cedar Rapids Ia 81 Abnrdltlf lAyer Laa Lovers have a langUago ot theIr own IlgbaIitSwtet so would I returu Juliet 1tI should kill thee with much chcr- Ishlng Prom the sublime to the ridiculaus- PIumpcttT IUy partridge wIth doe oe loveT demands a striekenawain ot his Inamorata In one ot Marion Crow Cords novels zoor returns tho tat little woman with a smile which In the authors graphic words went all around her heed like the equator on a globe This sort ot thing Is all very well when the bride Is a rosy little dumpling ot a woman The worst ot It is that en gaged couples ot every age and ot tha most unromanUc appearance adopt the same style What shall I call you my dearest ownT asks an AdonIs ot litty gazing with yearning tenderness on his bride CIIII rue Birdie nothIng but D1rdlel chirrups the laity whoso weight might turn the scale at 200 pounds BI she nOlttlM IovingJ to his able And so on lid infinitum we will not My al1 ususcaun till the soul ot the ururegartlod old curmudgeon ot n bach doe wlllthl ItcnrJnlf turns taint within himxclinngo a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY n1 Ijxntlyr llruin tJlltnlnHIlnti All tlrlldltrl1nllb iitin IIIIIlllo inn K W lnvi lIrllllo111 no nhmx e a Worlds Fair Route Ba 0 S W Low rate excursions Season 190J One way Colonists Tickets to points In the west touthwatd and north west On eale during June July August and September Ask Agents for dates and lull particulars Half Rat s to Detroit and return Epworth League meeting Dates of sale luty 15 and i6 Good until Au gust rs by deposit 31St Saeugerfest of North American Saengclbund St Louis Mo One fare round trip Tickets will he Bold June i6th and 17th good rututning to Juno aind N E A Boston Mnsp One fare plus fffor ruund tJlp Tickets will be soltIJuly a 3 oJ and 5 good return log to July zath SlOp over privileges Chrhtlau Endtavur Convention Denver Colorado Very low rates Ticktla will be sold July 6 7 and S Good returning to August 31st- Orie fare round tIll U p O R Baltimore Md Tickets will be sold July iSiltanti lJth good returning tor July 1IStb luclutolv ltivflege extension to July 3Iilt hy payment of- I ftc Qfloo at time of deposit All trains via Washington For full particulars consult any agentE O SW or Address 0 p McCarty GtaeralP ssellger Agent Cincinnati O or R S Brown D P Ar Louisville Ky Z t11 tJ I c U LlflzI ll1E TRIUMPIISOFPRUNA DNCREASE Thousands of Chronic Ailmonta of Women Cured Every thDlsguised Internal Catarrh the Enomy of WomenPeruna the Only Internal Systemic Catarrh Remody Yet DevisedProminent Oases in Illustration Nervous Depression Summer months aro peculiarly the months ot nervous pnervous prostration and other depressed status or thonorvous People who are fetal GU inclined to be nenona or suffer from weak nerves Sod this limo especially heat and disturbances or the atmosphoro are probably the cause ot Invalids need to be partIcularly care bythenaoof lu felon Rolot ttaukna WI write I ItevertI tlmt1l eSurlnlf tb peat two ellormoro mylystem baa bOOn greaU In need of a tonIc and at those times 10rana- bu been or great help In building the tem reatoring my pptlte and secur1g reattul alup I know a great number or women who are Uslog It for the Uoublotl peuIiar to tbe Sesund with the beat relDlIIN Rotor MISS LOUISE DEnTSEL tretJlroakl7Dexcellent until about tx months when oyorcJololilallyor scene and eliJDat Aa thu wanimpoutbllityat the time I h4 to try sue regain my heltb In another way nd WILt IDeJueod by a frleod wbogay Prunaanon rood recommend totry Peruse I can wheaalivIngbutwoman Iad now I do not knoW 1 bate nerves Lout flrtaeL ZateldmlttedOoos which contUute the headquarters ot Dr iiartrnsn who treats paUonte by the thousand Among the busy swarm or asslitant doctors clerks stenographers and bookkeepers Dr long enough to say a few word patientsvtltaro entered on bookl all regular correapondbacoletters are receIved and answered tree A yet greater moUtnde- uko catsrrh remedy Peruna and are cured of whom never hear Bema of thtalater elsa UI ma yesra after their cure 4 I never allow a name published except by the written consent of the paUon We make no charge at any complaInt Groves Chilf Tonic hea stood yes SaMOva OM aIjajf bottles Does this ofmerit peeI yotI No Cute No sacwkb every NttJeIa Te cetpacbpol Qeves LIve OnroBdJ Colored Toucna It Is more especially tire gaudy col oration of thatoueana which renders IItbeand fruIt eating creatures such as butjCJ ternles bumming bIrds cockatoos and Itlongtheir own appearance Accustomed to seek their food among bright tropical blossoms or gaudy soutlern forest fruits like mangoeouzid star apples these feathered ICsUiet tacquire a hereditary love for colors which influences them In the end choIce ot their own brilliant mates and I so secures the perpetuation ot the most beautiful and most gorgeous ot their kInd by unconscious selection And In this respect the toucans are 0 olotel1Iunsurpassed fu the whole ture TheIr largo and richly colored bills their delicate breast plumage and their bodIes generally present a variety ot melting tints and contrasted lines nowhere else to be found In equally close display on any other animaL CornbJII Magazine Constipated Bowels To have good health the body should be kept In a laxative condition and the bowels moved at leat once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dally Mr G L Rdwarfs I42 N Main St Wichita Kansas writes I have used HerS bloc to regulate the liver and bowela for the past ten years and found It a reliable remedy 50C t J H Wll hams drugl- stSubscribefor The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heialdbotli papers one year for 8125 Rev John Reid Jrof Great Falls Mont recommended Ely 8 Cream Balm to me I can emphasize his statement It Is R positive cure lot catarrh If user n9 dlrectedRevP- rancla 1V Poole Pastor Central Pres hurh Helena Mont Alter using Elys Cream Balm elx weeks I believe myself cured of ca tnuhJoseph Stewart Grand Ave Buntlo N Y The Balm does not Irritate or cause snetzlng Sold hy tirtiggiste at 50 eta or wailed by Ely Brothers Warrn4S Necu York 1 j Chamberlains Colic ChoThra and Dlnrrhooa Remedy remedyIIrvcrywhere rtcojf1lz00d as the ne that can always be de ended upon and that Is pleasant to- ake It Is especially valuable for unmer dlarrhClel In chUdr p and Is uadoubtedly the means of saving the of a great many children NuhI by all drugglsts lyearNal isthetiine to ubscribe for The Hartford Uepuhlicnn Subscribe fr IIAItTFO1tD REvuJ II CAN pltiIl in- rdyoncc The of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht- rjtintrv molt dineornue heeatia l deen live Manysuddi deaths are itheart disease pneumonIa hear failure or apoplex are often the resu- dikidney dlcase Ii kidney trouble Is allowed to adv nce tM- kldneypolsonecr blood will vital organs or thl tdneitJienicive3 break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result front a derangement of the kidneys and a cure U obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kllmer- lSWJmpRoot the great kidneY liver sd remedyIt JO hold urIne and scald Ing pain In passing and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to- go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect or SwampRoot soon realized It stands the highest for its won denul cures of Ihe m9st distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In ntlycent and one ollar sized bottles You may have a samples bottbo of this wonderful new dls coveryand a book that t tells all about It bothl1anoa8vntpfloot sent free by mall Address Dr JlImer Co Binghamton N Y When wrlllng mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr KJlmers Swamp ool andtiq address Blnghamtop N Y on every bottle IW 0r HC tlmo The medicine only Is obtained b7- each patient nt her own drug sterlS- ThOtio to becomo regular patients have to send duration ot dlsl1loSo and treatmcnJpreviously received and directions for first months treatment will be sent nt once Over hall the women havo catArrh tn someformoranotherArntyotprobJibe IOOletFIad1 l Ala I h4 poor and while I was- enlyatcksbed ooceslonaltt I was uoble anioy lICe and ices and trepgtb I was an aubec to cold nd malaria Your bottle of Peru aa changed entire Mrbeadtoppe4al1h1atnrdtlven QUf otJDr UII I telt 81te a new Lad well roman once more It Ie a truly- gro medicine artS well Worthy the o1 lnCilta trleD Itwtlral- gyl havsmylndorsemontJennie1abey M18II JE2tXtIE JINLEY j fltesLneItIlep 83 Davenport atrar11Ht1 wllh to adl1- my lndoretneni to or otiter women who have been cured through the 010- ot iernnn I oared fur uve with everebackaejte odwhen orworTttat In leaaacbe TbIs ran l aughta toa4 Old anti was advised to talC Ieruna for It Imagine ray altoqtSh- iiflefltSMplUretO Sod aTtSr tklalIrQnei be- I baa no more backseba mlcool 1 am 1 noW tn health enjoy lIfe and hate J tbernjICheorpalD thanks to lerune Lucy ably not a nth of the women know thai their disease is catarrh Todlo 1 tln Ib catarrh of various it differentlyOneanothor bronchitis another Bright diaae Janother Uver con urilpttou another tomae women Would be very mueb vur prfcd to bear that ate aUnsretwith cbrome calazih But It 110 neverthceu Each one of these troubles and a great many more are sImply catarrhtbatfs mucousliningWill euro cataritu anJottalocntloacanto so famous In the cure or female diHaeii It cure catarrh wIser PW1UJdand Dea7 aqt tree by ThPoruna txJ Columbus iMib r Tasteless the tilt 25 Aveii ArrneI and MZo recOnI to Pay Kadosei a lIMIt Keot PIli t r 1 remedy TIlE 100 Cause CASTORlAPer Infants U1dChi16L f The Kind You Have Always iktBears the zLV 1 1 Signature of taaJc744ce4c AnOirA great medical dlllCovery Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists DAVIESS OOUNTY BANK I TRUSTDD OWEN8110ROK Cash Capital 50000st- ochholdrAddtI 150000- Ouranle FudfoCutomsrtOO000be- pcslta tecetTed n14ct to eIsck CaN notbthz to spott 01 chock out A11 eQ be dons by maIL bctrt r44 on time ckpool- nI PER CENT for IImthlllor por for shortrpertod lal brcIlJnuo1IaleIU cafe wrtt for fIIrthu fl1cvlan T S LCDEJ1S0N 1ret44- YOUYOU KNOW WHAT ARTAK INO- tVien ruu Itot Grovoa Ttea tiIIi yonli b raus the rorlllDI I ilalnir printed on nrbot tie ebowlog tbt It I lmII Ito end Quinine Is- atnmtebri bun Su Lnte o loy c 4 ROUGH RIVIR TELEPHONECOMPANY tIrcoapokATrD 1 Talk being cireat and necessary you shOuld patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lInes and be la talking distance with the whole coup ty and business pQIhtu generally by only paying a reasona le rent to the RougliRiver Telephone Company or theywill be at the whole expense U you say so We connct with all Independent Companies For patleU lays call on S T Stevens Mar ager Hartford Ky CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS o oJc- ooJftV 1llelIr AIwayrpnaN hru1r- oCIlICIUIITFRH EdllLINIiIn Red Slat gold tneteIIto tiulee scaled with blue ribbon Toolltr RefUce dangroue eubtit- uUonsRnd lmilatiou J1ofTOtrVru lilor send 1 In Partteutars monisli and i1rfbr La4IesIkfb-y return M1l 10000 TeeUinoniail tld b7- lllbrUlwtat curozzesysa OUOM8OAL 00 4- 1OOI Xadtoa qur HILA PS sUi5jlpi- ff I mI W- iitI 11Si1IIt i f i I I e T I i iHartford Republican Ieewdbythe lIarUorll rahllhlcgCompe- utrcoaros1sc y xsz rxsottea CumborloncI34-I UGb 1or = = FRIDAY JUNE S Rtea of AJier1IIIRT- ransient ollnrUtmenti see per inch nflt lotOrtiaDI roe pr Inch each nddltloonllrlloa- S lal rote on yearly contracts Local noUcee lOe per Ilne ant Inertfon Ge Ilseeachoddltlna11r 4tloll Mrao Card of thanks relolotloo end obltusrlc- eIntaaline Cah In advanc- eREPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE DR A D PARK Rockport Ky FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky ANNDViCEMENTN For Rlnte ftennlor- Wo are notbortltll to announce ZION A R- DENNETT its n candidate for State nntor from the SlTeotll senatorial Dletrktsub3ettt o the action of the nepubixan ports W are nethorizedto announce SL RTfafSS as acandidaleforgtale oDator from the Sey enth eDatorlal Dletrlct u1 Jet to the BetloD vi the Urpublieoo party- Wenrennthorited to nnounco Ir flAKB- flhtOADSaeBcandidaleforMate ll tenatortro the tieyenth Senatorlal district eobJect to th action of the Itepubllcen party Vex not shoot the rain crow THERE is plenty of room at the top sure Most everybody enjoys being with the biggest crowd though iTilE smallest duty should not be neglected for by so doing we may ob Cure some truth whIch we Bhoul have known A COY maiden recovered 8300 damages from a New York man who had stolen 1236 kites from her Serves him right It seems to us that the damage suit businesa la being overdone At a rule the individual who files a damag e suit is a robber or a coward A BEAUTIFUL form is better than beautiful lace and high above both is beautiful behavior which gives us by far a higher degree of pleaeure than atatuary or painting SEEMS like it would be a good pla- to n dress AUie Young up as a Jew and send him to Kiebinefl and allow the Russians to have a hand in set ding the Democratic imbroglio i Kentucky SOME investors in get rich quic t concerns have just received a settle ment and a final payment of 2 percent of their investments No doubt they will charge the other 98 percent under the column of valuable experience TUE death of RIchard Henry Stoll dard has removed a noted and die tinguisbed character from American literature Unlike most all men o I letters ho was without a college odu cotton He was eminent in the va riety of his literary expression but it was chiefly as a poet that he won ree oJnition and fame Tun meeting ot the National Educational Association at Bostonr Mace July 610 will be the largest and most noted gathering of teachers ever brought together on the planet It is the literary chance of a lifetime for school workers who can afford to take the trip All monkey business has been eliminated from tbe program and the meeting will no doubt mean a vasttleal for the educational interests of America MrM0UTAL May Day was fittingly observed over the entire country Saturday Sweet lIonera were laid with tender hands and loving hearts ore the graves of those who have given their lives that the country might live The missing lace the totterin step the bent form all tell but too plainly of the rutllloaa flow of the stream of time and remind that etc- long the last of the heroes of the sixties shall have spread Ida silent ten on fames eternal camping ground TnERa is now scarcely a doubt but that Torn White and Curtis Jett were the hired MSassins of J B Murcum- at Jackson in Dreatbitt county The quicker these mullets scoundrels are riven an opportunity to look intoc the mysterious realms of the bright beyond the better fer Kentucky Nor are they the only ones who should he punished There are some county officials up there whose systems should he filled so fun of lead that they would not hold their political opin ionsAr 0a recent auction sale in Phila 1 delphia the manuscript of Edgar Al len Poes poem The Dells was sold for 82100 During his life Poe was almost always in the most precarious financial conditions His literary productIOns never realized him but a small income Ills life is perhaps the saddest tragedy lU the realms of litOerature and is only one of the cases of the tardy recognition ofan authors merit during his life with which the history of literature is reoII plete TIlE Republicans never had a betT ter opportunity to elect a CircuIt Judge and Commonwealths Attorn ey in thIs judicial district Those who have attended the aessione of court horn during the but fete years certainly agreo with UR that it ho cleaning is badly needed in the six th district Why not nominate R V Slack and M L Heavrin both m of unquestioned ability who woold command the esteem and confidence of the people of the entire dielri andelect them It can be done TnEY havent forgotton how to things over in the Keystone state The Republican state Convention addition to indorsing the administration of President Roosevelt and u ing his nomination in 1901 gave t following unequivocal expression of Republicanism We afarm our untnIDg loyalty to tb Iiepebllronprinciple 010 protective tarts and teprerat any lIggtltion of a general rnfe Ion ot tbeprtlellt time of the tartftiaw enacted In 1A97 We believe 1t to be the eonree wledom to let well enough alone and not t Imperil b elnees lutereete by any euggeetlo- oprevent ne Interference with ronnue legisl flea 1rrmnnenn and tablllty of Carl rntee are ceemtlat to rontlolled bneln- epraperity SWB desire to call the attention the town trustees to the tPPUIe140 at unsanitary condition oftheside teal k of Hartford While we do not am p prebend an immediate outbreak Asiatic cholera still we feel that the citizens of the town who pay taxes have a right to traverse the streets occasionally Now gentlemen it it not asking to much of you let us implore you in n humble and contrite spirit to set aside one hour during the day and direct the marshal to clear the side walks of cattle and 1hogs w that the citizens may take short walk for recreation 0IT never pas to do a dishonors act to make or keep a friend The person who is purchased in this way is never worth the price It pays to be frank under all circumstances for this is the true spirit of hones and courage The man who aaaai you in your absence is an unconvict edcriminal and consciousless coward If you have any fault to find of a per son go to his face and tell him not others of your grievance This is not only best as a matter of principle but it is always the peaceable and honorable path to travel If yon skulkaround and lie on your neighbors or sesociutes you are the most perverted and debased moral leper Gods creation Dora this strike yoi 0PasITIVs information comes from Oklahoma that John Nilkeefa Booth the assassin of Abraham Lin cola has committed suicide at Eai He has shuffled oG this mortal ca at various times since 1865 but in some mysterious way he has ahva comp to life again We do not tvii to appear heartless but we sincerely hope that he has been gathered to his fathers for the last time He had grown old and the future held out lit tIe encouragement to him and then there seems to be little choirs be twoca life and death in Oklahoma and perhaps after all it is beet that Mr Booth has again left us It has been near thirty eight years gin Booth died the first time Does n time fly RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find 8Agood prescription For mankind The j cent poclel enoeghfor usual oeeallollo aeopforayear FORDSVILLE KY t111 tt t t t trv Mr W S Gaines went to Mayfield Monday Miss Marian Adair has returned from an extended visit to relatives In I1awesvllle- r Mr R W HInes went to Lout ville Monday Mrs Dr Ford and children W hegre Ir home In Hartford Tuesday returnedI tottoin Miss Lena Bennett has returned from a visit to Louisville fronlIMrs Dr Ford and children and guestsIcounty rom Saturday until Mon dayMrs Annie Smith and r Miss Verda spent several days th week with relatives In the country Mr Morton Holbrook ot Whites yule was here Saturday Mr W II Sargent who was sick the first of the week la able to reo same his duties as mall clerk on tB TexasMrs Helen Walker Is having erect ed on the same lot where she Is no living R new residence which will b quite nice when completed Mr and Mrs John Graham Narrows were with Mr and Mrs McSmlth Saturday and SundaycMr and Mrs T S went t- wensboro Tuesday to attend the Oweusboro Female College commencement I Their daughter Missc Alma who Is a student tAkes prom part la the dosing exercisest IForake tymrsLnxatlrxS1rvpanIdeal remedto cattletIenranttatakcamlpxlreuyhrmlcemutlenllclrcumneucce COt BELKNAP Issues a Circular Letter In IllsuseCandidacy enCol Morris B Belknap has Issued the following stralghtoforward circa tat letter announcing his candldac- et for the Republican nomination for GovernorLouisville Ky May 30 1903 doDear SlrI ask your favotabl consideration and active support of inmy candidacy for the nomination for Governor of Ienlucky As a lifelong Republican there has been In salveh0we r from will only come through the Republican party by adherence to those principles of free civil government r respect for constituted law and pa trlotlc administration or affairs In othese broader questions rather than the details of political affairs I bave noat mixed up with any of the lractioaa struggles or the vArious sections ofTs gives me a chance to make a race for the party unham Mysceded also that with the Independent- of vote j hope I may add your name to the list of my supposterB Should you come to the city please do me this e honor to call Yours sincerely MORRia B DRLKNAP Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Tablets are just what you peed when you have no appetite reel dull after eating and wake up with s bad taste tmproveayour stomach and give you a relish drugte6 ff6 66 6 RENDER KY E 71t i H HH HHt H i HH Rockport1sReid here last week Messrs Richard Travis E A Foster and S F Iiotrey of Central City was In this town Friday on legal bus- Iness Mr Simon Jones went to Central City last Sunday And returned Mrs Mary Mercer and little grand slaughter Leona ReIdare visiting relatives In Central City at this writ ofIng uPCLas Carpal came up from Echots last Sunday and returned Miss Sallie Stanley of Henderson the guest of Mr Had Mrs W H Stanley of this city Mrs Will May left Monday lor IlLinton Ind her future home George Lyons of Louisville was here Monday Sunelatlves and frlen1s at Centertown Mrs R B Easton Is visiting vale rives at Gllstrap at this writing Mr Robt McDowell visited In Central City Saturday and Sunday Alfred Davis and family have reo turned from Indiana Messrs Charles Kennedy and Cheater Malnare visiting relatives f- ce Central City tMrs R N Mitchell has returned to Powderly alter a weeks visit here the guest of her sister Mrs L TravisMiss Grace Guynn visited friends In Beaver Dam last Sunday Dir Robert Mitchell was up Powderly last Saturday Mrs F E Harris and daughter Miss Nettle are visiting at Sacramento at this writing Mrs E L hirers and little dough ter Mary Lettie visited In Central City Saturday and Sunday Mr Llneus Pate and Dr Luther Smith ofJeaver Dam was here Saturday Miss Vaden Fentress visited friends and relatives la Central City Sun day holira E G Burton ot Staunton Ill Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs T Jahns at this writing Roscoe Davis of Leltchfield Is via lung his wade John F Hocker Capt A B Stanley orWysox was this city Friday on business Mr H Farbach of Paducah was lp this town Tuesday on business Mr J K Perkins of Owensboro Iwas here on business Tuesday Marvin Tipton of Rochester was In this city Tuesday on business Mr C W White of Louisville was here Tuesday Rev G II Lawrence of Small hour will preach here next Sunday laMrs Geraldine IllneP or Rockport passed through town Saturday en torte to Dundee to see her mother who is very m OASrORXABean Nan Always llolgh- le Blg ofthoctiU HHH tHHHH Eier tqrFarmers work is this section Is progressing slowly owing to the re- ent rain Dr J A Sanslbach who has been attending the Louisville Medical Col returned to his haute last Fri to spend his vacation Quite a number from this place IIt tended the Old Folks dry at Salem Sundry They report a pleasant tiara ofzsos Hartford Is the guest of her tittle friend Miss May Sanders at tbi place Mr W S Sandbaeh who has been attending school at Leltcbfield returned to his home recently Miss NanA Prullt of Caueyvlllc Is the guest of friends and relatives here populaYwits n our midst last week Sunday School at Cane Run Is progressing nicely under the management otSupt J R St Clair Mr H C IIycts went to Hartford Monday on legal business Mr and Mrs Thomas Wilson visited relatives In Warren county the first of the week Miss Mona Doyle ot Leltchfield visited her friends In this community recently I have been troubled for some time with Indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Tee Mass and have been taking Chain berlalns Stomach and LIver which have helped me very much ac that nown I can eat many things tbAt before I could not If you have an trouble with your stomach why no take theca Tablets and get well Fo sale by all druggists 45 a4- SMALLNOUS KY Miss Minnie Bean Centertowm Is visiting Miss Annie Taylor Mr Dudley Tanner and sister Miss Mary Toner or Morgantown are the guests of Mr H D Hunts family Miss Sallie Hunt has returned from Beaver Dam and Rockport where sh has been vllltlng Mr Ebb Darnarrt and wife Liberty neighborhood visited relatives In this nelghborhoXt Saturday and Sun day Mrs John Withrow has returned from a weeks visit to relatives et and neat Cromwell Mrs P B Taylor and son Master John Ross visited rilatfvea at Crom well recently and attended Quarterly meeting The wire of Rev G n Lawrence i still quite ill Mrs Alva Calloway Is Improving alter having been sick a few days Mr A W Bennett of Harrods burg vlslslted his parents here las week Messrs Henber Langly Pat tick and Misses Eulah Langly Nor lIouk Maude and BessIe Howard of Central City were the guests of Miss Alice Fnlkerson last Sunday MIss Oma Maddox was the guest of her sister Mrs J C Hill South Car- rollton last week hire T L Withrow and children r of Central City have returned home after a weeks visit to relatives In thi neighborhood Mrs Dutch Uouk and Mrs Halls Cargal and children of McHenry spent last Friday Saturday and Sun day with Mrs Honks sister Mrs Zach Reid Mr Zach Reid and wIfe and Mrs Honk visited their sister Mrs S I Hawkins Hartford Sunday and Mon day Master Harry Honk Is with his aunt Mrs Reid State of ssLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business lu the City of Toledo County and State paymeach and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before rue and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of De cember A D 1886 A W GleBson SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood systemSendF J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by aU Druggists 9Sc Halls Family Pills are the best Notice In Bankruptcy In the Dntrlct Court of the Unlud Btatee for the trewlernIrletrlctof Kentuckyln Bankruptcy In the matter of lon Maury Patterson a Bankrupt On this 28th day of May A D J93 on considering the petition of dischargefiled 1903 It la ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 27th day of June A D r9ns before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky In said district at to oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time In HARTFORD RnpUPL1CAN a newspaper printed In sail district oDd that aU known creditor and other persons In interest way appear at Laid time and place and show canse I any they have why the prayer pt said petition er should not he granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky said district on the relL day o1 May A D I9a3 Tries SPnED Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSn4 D C r V Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tbe estate of James R Cop aee de ceased are hereby notified tu presem- tthe same to me at my office In hartf- ord Ky properly proven on fir before the 15th dry ot July J93orthey will be Inreve bured June Ilt 1903R WEDDING Admr IA VISIT TO AN ARMY OrlglnalJ When the Franco Prusslnn war broke out I was studying at n German unl varsity or rather I Lad fintsbtd my course and was makIng ltedeetrlan EuroperOne morning after the battle ot Gnw Blotto I wulked Into the German lines hoping to And anions the otllClr14 some ot my tortnCr follow studuts but It any ot them were there I did not meet them I was token to Llcututt Cola net Sebltt who was what lu the Golfed Stntea army we call the provost runt shed to whom I prescutet my ereden flats t was trllullng UII un old lass port that hud not been vlstd pudorstd by the proper authority for some time but beIng an American with no Inter wOltlngrnot consider It ueccssury to bo very careful CoOkllel Scblff took my pseport al surlug me that nn tXumlnaUoli was a mere matter of form though an Im1Jr- aUve duty with him An oUker in trio faceglooked my figure over trum head to foot then said something to Colonel Schif- fIna language not GtrlDD that r did referraltnorIndlcatlon ot It After the oUecr left us the colonel invited Wu to ho Ills guest during nlY stay In the camp I prnsume ho sold tome that rOIl wish to see something of tiM army I nm going to vtslt several different corps rainy and will be happy to have you BlOD1patlY me I nesun1 hew that I should be very thankful for the opportunity und after furnishing me watt a horsy ncrompG flied by a small OKOrt we sallied forth rhe colonel bad his duties to perform and often left us to visit different boat quarter paytny to uttewaou toO nlu JX teages Elt Qrstt l Sal l twdcd A young officer ot the party trwtlaually watching mt It I got out my glnae to view a dlstant object be craned his neck to sea what I was looking ut It I took especial tuteretlt In n rltJoubt Go seemed equally interested In the fact spurredIbIstoot was arid When we returned from Uw tour I was dined by ttw colonel and when l retired was given u tent with nD army cot in It la which to sleep I was awakened In the ntgbt by too guard ebang lag eDtrlU and after the relief had walksarose out There was a sentry paeing OOtortJ my toot WoIIN I said surprised Yheso Ocr mane are not Inclined to net people gel But I It III civilianstThe next morning after breakfast I thanked the colonel toe ble hospitality wouldatake my departure Valero do you SO from here be BIked I shall go to Parr then take a steamer for New York I knew nothing about mUltary mat tars or I should not have thus boldly declared that atttr Inspecting the Get men army I was going straight to the capital of Franco The oolonsd looked shadowsof incredulity pI188Cd over Better stay with us another day he said I have invited Il number of om cars to dine with you Somehow I felt that the levitation was akin to an order At BOY rate I diet not fuel QuIto sofa In declining I spent tbeday at UHf oolouers bend quarters and noticed that whenever t walked beyond the chain ut sentinels thane between whom 1 passed kept aI critical eye upon roo and once when I went same distance au offs cr came running otttl mq politely informing mo that no ono was allowed to Iulve the camp without the colonore pass At dinner I woe introduced to sodle tune fellows and enjoyed their society EoO well that I forgot the csnpfonarte to which I had been I1JbJectcd During tMIdinner the colonel woe called and when be returned his manner to ward me changed deferential and Jess COMtralncdlnI deed for the first Umo bin boorlnR toward mo was natural U you core to rise early ho mid to me before I retired I will show yrou an Interesting army ceremony Then It you choose you may proceed with your tourI shall be dcUglded to join you for the ceremony and I really must pro CIoo as soon all It is over i replied Notwithstanding the change In the colonels bearing toward me I felt Oil easy There was a drawing down of the corners of his mouth when bo used the word ceremony that I dId not like I awoke awn lifter going to gimp atilt looked out Thcru was no gUard before toy tent I was puzslal Uinnlly- I went to sleep and was awakened at dawn by the colonels orderly Our party rode It short distance and plopped at n barn A platoon of soldiers worn standing at what we call parade teat Suddenly the barn door opened and a man palo as death was led out under guard Great heavens Uu was the very m ago of myself hero was the explanation of nil that had passed This man was a spy BndI I had been mIstaken for him We caught him sold the colonel to mo last nIght Had he gtneee1ed In slipping away you would have been In his place this morning for Wi were luro you were be I did not want to witness the dxecu tlon hut with the colonels permission rode back to camp lie soon returned and after he had given me breakfast I I was permitted to deport GULIAN O VAN VOI1ST- Notice r The third annual celebration or Dundee L11dge No 733 F A MIwill be held At Sylvaua Park Ky Saturday June 27 J93 In hon or of St lohns Day with II grand barbeure E P Mcorel V Sproule and U C Acton Committee R- 4SSll A great medical Argon 011IRheumatism and For sale by all I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Klnd You Hare Always Bought I Bears the- 131gaattue ofr IliliSI11111 1VfT Gray Hair T have used flyers Hair Vigor for ov i r r It I atept- m fJtslr ircc rim ddu1 ant ha rly Iir from tarn Inl Rr3yJ1rs F A Soule Billings nt There is this peculiar thing about Ayers Hair Vigorit is a hair food not a Your hair does i not suddenly turn black j look dear and lifeless Butgraduallytheoldcolorcomes i dark color it used to have The hair stops falling too suo a tIil All Jreytbl- eIt your dry i rnn t sn ply you- send us onC trend wa ill azprese you II Imttie Inc sure and aIre the name or your nearrstetprsxnire Address 1 t tVlal lD romu Mae H e r MANDA K- YtrtTatt1H ttN1T iiHtTH The angel of death has vlllted our community and Miss Sarah A Leach answered the ranIt hAlf past one oclock yesterday She breathed her last breath and has gwe to dwell with angels in heaven all she left every evidence of a true chrlstlaa She prollssed faith lu Christ while young and has for the past few years lived a devoted tie and no doubt she has joined her sister who had preceded her about r7 months She leaves a rather mother 3 brothers J slstelS and a host or friends to mourn her loss The funeral set vices will be conducted today at the alt Zion burying ground by Revs C I Kelicy and W G Stewart saas fee 4I a fee e a e a a Ie e ROCKPORTKY- 4H If H I t Mrs Mabel Smith of Louisville Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs M J Reid Miss Bernice Hayden Is the guest of Miss Grace Stokes at Louisville Mr Maples of near Hartford is the guess of Mr Slim Maples Mr D J Duncan of Greenvllle is the guest or his father Capt D Dun can A Large crowd of Beaver Dam peo pte psssed through here Tuesday en route to the Mammoth Ca- veConstipation And nil symptoms and Results of Indigestion Aeteletely roared ky lM see of DR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Moo refan4e4 If JOG sitars plNed- ttb 4awhy not you P InntllltrdlllltoftlOtnan aoasadwas von Oli cep uer- wdutone wAom t1S don I rood Itp when br Doled It neerrt Nth Itit WI wryred m hlvu P1t0 rhIa moo dtaded boduy II to now- swell laociDoeaefypcieddoe f- I9 lie atIIIct COlt JQO lyr3centandsb DOt PTI1 nup u dnytut to norlaod to- reNnd pool noacy- Tim AMERICAN PnARMACAL W- 6yenerlae tad I Buy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver Dam KyIuEALFR INIGroceries and vesting Machines Farming Implements Commercial Fertilizers Field and Gar len Seeds Etc nu w ALL STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS Ala ovaaaayrto to ar SUE DURABLE AND ACCURATE THE FAVORITE RIFLE ta an accurate rifle and pnto every shot poundsMadelUm Fire r PRICII4JII1 N1 17 PIIIo 1000- No Ii Tsgdbllhts c sso Where these rifles oro not carried In stook by deAlers We will send exproee stampforand oonhnfag W1UQb e tnlOImAWon to c d ITHE J STETEU ARMS AID TOOL Coe PQSetdrle CHICOPEE FAILS MASS 2 2 2 i ft- i fts- Fiq F i fl- iS anso tans Fit f- i f1Again4i f1 i4nevecst things the market nflbrds and to securo any thing by which we can savo tho purchnses sorb J f- lllolloy lIt the Sitille tittle give jle or she good first = tii class material Wo placed on sale londny morning 9- i twentylivo dozen Fans that originally cost the t wholesaler 510 15 20 and 25 cents ouch Our i4 9- i price on this entire lot is 3 b anti 10 cents each fit 4 i i You rail save front 2 to15 cents on each ran = i 9- i3 9 4i 9- hi Belts 9 lift i3 ft- i 9- i 9 n Whito Wnsh Dolts15to 25c b 1 9Now ileas ill muck Belts25t050ctfl 9- i 9 i Trimmings t1 b1 fi tf ie i New line of Cluny Insertinga2Octs por ydup ttfl New Normandy Vat Donds10 to bOets per yd 9- i 9 thHair Ornaments i + tfl fb- f3 Now Combs 10 to 25cts each fsMfl 4- ew f 41 N 1lair fins 5 to 2octs each tfl 9- i 9- h 9- i Your Mail Orders will receive prompt attention f 4n Your presence will bo appreciated t rn+ tfl tfl E Po Birnestt- i o r ii ii BrotIrntfl h Beaver Darn Kentucky fit 41 9- b tfl esM M n Security Allltlla- l3Bi1hgIaELmtc Life Insurance Company n N Y Issues all forms of Policy Contracts It tho lowest prisi- blo lutes consistent with nb50luto safety Why not crry 2t- o your insurance with this Conlpaus Have the Policy Registeredtho rescrvcsdopnsittc- d with tho State of Now York us trustee and make this ftthesecuredr t For information regarding Policy Contracts call on or f address E W PAJlERSOl 1 i Hartford KYl Threshing Machines Traction and Portabley Farm Engines and Machine Supplies of all iCoI s f RHEUMATISM s and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its l feet is = mnrveJotl rolioving almost instantly Irv it and f Jo it you aro not sittisfted your money wi11 ire 4ltuor t i fullyrefunded t- t Ask you Druggist 1256 50c Argon Oil Co 136 WMajn Lou yIlier Ky s 4 n We Dont Claim To Know Everything And we are always willing to learn but what weI do know is that we are cheaper on many things than other houses The reason is that by doing a cash business we are not adding to your bills a per cent to pay for accounts lost Here are some the differences Our 1rlrr Credit loner Best grade Heavy ShQes125 160 NonVi fino Shoes 150 200 Mens Fur Hats Into styles 125 200 Best Madras Shirts fast colors50 75 Mens nilwool Suits 500 750 Yardwide Domestic 05 06 Good Shirtings05 and 06 08 Fifts four incllIablo Linen 18 25 Good Bleach no starch 05 07ka Childrens Ribbed Hose 10 15 Mens Balbriggan Underwear 25 40tlions clastic scam drawers v8 75 White Curtain Poles 10 15 Bleached Scrim 05 07i- Sevenfoot Window Shades 25 35 Cotton Warp Mattings 20 30 Fine Sheet Orgnndies10 121 Fine quality India Linen10 15 ed Extra wide Einbroidolics10 20 Beautiful Laces 05 10 buFinoPortyfour inch black Dress Goods 75 90 These arc only a few of the articles we sell you cheaper than credit houses charge you Study in your own interest carefully andseo if it would not pay you to PAY CASH and buy CHEAPER The in place to do this is atdaan Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 5 Read Davlesa Co Bk Tr Co ad We are reedy for young chickens Bring them in CARSON Co Dont buy a Buggy until you have- seen outs TAYLOR lit Luwts We bhve thin Coats at thin prices for the hot weather CARSON Co Telephone Rlleya Market House for Bnhr Ground Meal All goods delivered Dont torget that we carry a com plete line of carpets at ajcta to 7cta per yard CARSON ft Co Mrs Alfred limes tiled at her home near Dundee Tuesday nud wea burled StrltJiJSnlnlll CARSON Co Rev C M Crowe pretichrd an nhlf and very powerful bttmon at- M t Vfinon on the sth Suudaj Bring on your Wool Heathus Itegn Chickens liens Bacon and Lard CARSON Co This lathe ucaon fur thin goods We have these goods at thin prices CARSON Co We have Iota of White Goods Em broideries and Laces Ask to see our stock CARSON Co 11Pougla The fellow who buys one of our thin Coats and straw Hats will not sufler during the hot weather CARSON Co Dr D W King Osteopath is at W G Hardwlcks Call 11 needing treatment Consultation and Exami nation free 41tfI Ice ream Ices Phosphates Coco Cola and Dr Pepper and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store i We have lots of Lawns Mollens and Organdies for bot weather Ask to see them or write for samples CARSON 4 Co IV CONTINUE Those whare Ralntna flesh and strnathbY reGular treat mont wIth Scotts Emulsion continue the treatmentRhpuld smaller dose and a weather with It will do away with any objection which Is to y pre- dots Irlnlifthe htauaB- On scovrasowNE lhemlslti 400411 Pearl StiMt New York focaodfiodi tUdrofgUu f The groceryman or Hartford have agreed with the dry goods merchants f to close their business houses at 8 I oclock from June i to September r Prof R P Hardln of Sowing Green Business College was in Hart lord Monday and Tuesday He Is an applicant for the position of Commer cial teacher in Hartford College John B Foster hall been appointed inspector of excursion boats for the Government The position pays atop per month He has already en tered upon the duties of his new poslI ion at LoulllvlleIClarence Morrison has purchased the interest of Bud Yelser In the black smith shop ol Yelser Mont eon and moved to the building on the corner ot Market and Union streets formerly occupied by Fields livery stable A plan to light the streets of Hart ford with electric lights was submitted to the town trustees Tuesday night It was favorably acted upon and a committee appointed to make the contract The electric lights would cost less and be of far more value than those In use at presentI The following officers were elected by the K of P lodge last Tuesday night R 4 Lee Slmmerman C Co- W D Moore Vice C 8 S Cox K of R and S i Clarence Fields Prelate Jas T Sanderiur M of A E E Birkhead I G C E Smith 0 G W S Tinsley Mol W The little son of Mr and Mrs A C Taylor died of flux at their home here Monday morning His remains were buried in Oak Wood cemetery Tuesdayafter funeral services con ducted by Revs J C Petrie and R DI Bennett Tun REPUBLICAN extends sympathy to the family We have a good lot of Pound Prints and Pound Percals This is one of the best lots we have ever hadput- up In five pound bundles Such aa we sold at foo we now offer at 650 per bundle This makes the calico cost you IHcts per yard You had better get a supply CARSON Co The following Hartford folks at ChapeliI Ward Fronie King and Olive Carson Messrs Iva Dodson Mack Ragland 1 Ernest Tweddell Marshal May Roy Carpentton King Mr and Mrs R L Paris I The School census reports show inl0hi6i white males 4121 white females 246 colored males 239 colored females There arc three white dis trlcta which report only 22 pupils No 24 Miller No 68 LIllr and n No 116 Mnxlc The largest white school is No 96 Iordavlllc which reports ajri pupil Beaver Dim Is tblrIwithIs No A Haytl with n census repntt o1136 children The smallest color ed school Is No II with lo Of the white schools 41 ate first riBSi TwentItwotwo ore three are second and six are third Six report less thnn foity five A fine line of AMES Buggies and Surries u received Prices coo reasonable Everyone who is interested in a high grade Carria g should see our line an know our prices before buyingTAYLOR LEWIS A Card of Thanks To our many good friends who BO generously remembered and kindly assisted pie In the recent Illness and death of our darling boy George Thompson Taylor we desire to extend our most heartfelt thanks V- re unable to fitly express our appre ciation but we trust when opportun presents Itself we may lighten he burden of some worthy lrien when sorrow and grief darkens their homes and then in part repay tbeJ debt of gratitude we owe A C TAYLOR and wife Sunday School COnentloncOhio County Sunday School Convention was held at Hartford Ky on Saturday May 30 1933 Each Sunday school in the county was expect to send one or more delegates to this convention and preparations had been made for their entertainment t It is supposed on account of the and lack previous manage manta only n few were present The object of the convention was to so in strnct and enthuse the sunday school1s teachers and workers as that the would be prepalred to do abler workII the future Rev L C Gebaner s acting under the direction of t6 State Sunday School Association and accordance with previous an J was present and con I the services His lectures on Lesson Preparation and Lesson Teaching were very suggestive and instructive and helpful to both teachers and pupils Those who failed to hear him missed quite a treat aa he is aa elegant speaker and able Instructor Let the good work go onaThe following county officers were elected for the ensuing year Prof E W Patterson Pres D M Hock er V Pre Miss Stella Thomas Sec and Treas This section was blessed with a fine rain today whlqh tobacco growersII were very glad to seerJReinsRough River Lodge No no Knights of Pythias Whereas The officers and members of Rough River Lodge No no Knights ol Pythias have learned with profound sorrow the deep affllc tlou which has befallen our worthy brother and member A C Taylor- In the death of his little son George Thompson which occurred at Hartford i Ky on June tat 1903 therefore be 3Resolvedto brother Taylor Its deepest sympa thy In this his hour of sad affliction and assure him that our hearts are bowed down in griel with kim In the loss of his precious baby and that we commend him to the Almighty Godw who doeth all things wellnlResolved That a copy ol these resnl olntlons be spread on the minute book pf this lodge and a coppy be furnished the local papers for publication and that a copy be furnished to brother Taylor and his familyRI Done by order ol the this Itine 2nd 1903LJ M DEWBKSH 1 a S A ANOERSOK v Com R T COLLINS J FiHtHrttHHHH t t w tttIAlltttttttttt IIAAIA ty Borp to the wife of John T Hines on the 22d nit a girl Dr D E Miller attending physician Mother and child are doing welf Mrs Susie Peach wife of G M M Peach who has been sick for some time is but very little better at this writing Mrs Amanda Crowe ol Evansville Ind visited relatives and friends in this section last week and returned home Sunday John P Foster of No Creek and two of his sons were in this section Monday looking alter live stock matters Mr R T Her the Sadler and Har ness maker of Hartford was in this section last week drumming trade tor his business Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well ou suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 the have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Aiidnnut Went TOM raouiUeh or board a bMUlUul brown or blkf Tbonu- wBUCKINGHAMS DYEMr aIONNan MH P NNla CoY tiN Ohio Countys First Cadet P C Miller was born In Crom 5tMr April 20 1882 and spent hi boyhood in performing the duties the farmer boy on a farm three miles attendingdWhen his father was elected Count Judge and moved to town Cleburn entered Hartford College At eigh teen he passed the county examina lion successfully and taught in the common schools the three following years He holds firstclass certlfi catea In Ohio Muhlenberg and DavIes counties lIe received thee degree of Bachelor of Pedagogy last year and was graduated last week from Hartford College with the degreed ot Bachelor of Science He will enter the Military Academy at West Polar June 15 1903 He will remain in the academy four years after which he will receive commission in the regular army His e the first Ohio county boy to go t West Point and the honor has cer talnly not come unmerited He is studious energetic and am billons having always lived a life re markably free teem vice and excess He is to be congratulated on securing the appointment and Ohio county is to be congratulated for securing such young man to represent her in the school of Military Arts oseSOCIAL NOTES The following young folks left Deaver Dam Wednesday for trip to the Mammoth Cave Misses Mabel Williams Mary King Ora Pettigrew Bessie Loyd Isabel Bean Pansy Stevens and Mrs Maud Stevens and Mrs Dora Wright Messrs J Luther Smith Sam Taylor Claud McKenney Harvey Hocker Beaver Dam and Wallace Riley Hartford Ce- y Those who attended the social gath sting at the New Commercial Tuesday evening were Misses Susie Ree Miller Maggie Marks Zella Nell Cox Catherine Collins Cleve Her Ernest Birkhead Ike Sandetfnr Clarence Casebler and Willie Hurt ear Mr Blumer Renfrow visited in town Saturday and Sunday VMessrs Claud Smith and Ulyssus Ragland visited friends near Roslne Friday and Saturday tltt tlt tttllt tBEDA KY 1 1+ ltHtftt ttttttattttAtt There was a large crowd in attendance at the singing convention which convened at Shlnkle Chapel Sun dayMisses Jessie and Oma Tichenor have been visiting their brother ar Centertown returned home Sat Miss Alice King Dells Run is vis lung her slater Mrs J C Park Mrs Nora Ford LIvermore was the guest ol relatives here Saturday Sunday Mrs Carrie Greer and Miss May mee ies left Tuesday for Owensboro for weeks visit to friends and rata fives Mrs Nancy Park celebrated her eightythird birthday June i at htr home near here Those in attendance ere W H H Park Davless conn Clinton Park end family Char Run we Bennett and family Bedb Miss Alice King Bells Run Misses Grace Park Mary Sammons and Mr John Park Davless county Mrs E Woodward Hartford Robert Da vices and family and Thomas Greer Beds Misses Lydia and Stella Ward who have been attending school at Wil more Ky are at home spending va cationMr Edgar Leach went to Owens boro Monday Mrs l1li Dernyce Dodson and Miss Ethyl Bennett spent Friday night in Hartford the guest of Mrs R T Tweddell CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYBOYAL PILLS rJ e oJ CfiJf1Ji 6a4ise n litoIt Nafo Atm rrtlnbl LadlniMkr fu- lIUCUJalTXR t KNULIMlf In Bed and Gold mcUIIlo bores Sealed with blue ribbon Take no other Rdlf daateroasnbltnllonimna imitations Bur or rour DnllrIto or sand 4c In Particular Tritl monlnU and rrfor Ladlea In kUrry- by Bold by urnMadl1Yo0aTSIamoatlla CHIOBBSTBR OHBMIOAI 00 5100 aUtdUon NqUAre PlIILA PA X atIa W I H HHH t tH Hn IHa 50 J PERSONAL MENTION i i i i i i i m i t aMttwiKLi- eutenant Jack King is extremely henceJas York Jingo wns In town MondayJ Hudson Bulord was In tow MondayHon A S Bennett was a call TuesdayJH GofT helm was In town MondayS Jamey Select was in town Tuesday IsWInson Smith Cromwell was I ofAllen King Westerfield was in town Tuesday R H Barnes Beaver Dam was Ii townMonday- y Carson Byers Prledalenr was In town Monday W H Daughcrty Balzstown wa In town Monday H M DeBow Louisville was 1 the city Monday Mr T Wade Stratton Beds was l town Saturday C S Bennett Narrows was i town Wednesday Dr J S myth McHenry was in town Wednesday Mr A H Ross Echols called at this office Tuesday Dr S D Saylor Beaver Dam was In town Wednesday Mr Tilden Taylor Matanzas was 5In town Saturday Mr Clinton Igfeheart Smallhons MondayoMr Ferda Bldwell Matanzas was in the city Saturday- Mr Jas Wedding Sulphur Springs was In town Tuesday Warren Lindley Point Pleasant was in town Tuesday D W Williams visited relatives near Centertown this week Mr J H Igleheart Point Pleas ant was In town Tuesday Mr F 0 Baker Render was a caller at this office Monday Clebnrn Miller is visiting relativesItbe near Beaver Dam this week Isaac Foster Beaver Dam was in town Monday and Tuesday Miss Fronle King left yesterday for a visit to relatives at Dnndee J S Hamilton Adabnrg was a caller at this office Wednesday Joel Emote Westerfield was a caller at this office WednesdaytC T Watts Nuckols were in town Monday Clarence Field has returned from a or wceksuvlsitto friends in Owensboro y Francis M Martin Dundee was a pleasant caller at this office Tues day Mrs John Randall Union id is visiting relatives near Beda this inweekBudYelser left yesterday for La Junta Colorado where he will prob ably locate- R R Riley left yesterday for a weeks visit to Col Jc Dtrrett at t Midway Ky Miss Susie Res Miller Owensboro of visited Miss Maggie Marks Saturday and Sunday Miss Leona Her Owensboro Is vis lug her aunt Mrs J C Bennett here this week Mrs E M Woodward returned yesterday alter a weeks visit to her patents near Beds ML Heavrin has been In Fords vllle and Owensboro this week He will return today Mr Eaten and Misses Ida and Madle Park were pl asant callers at this office Saturday Miss CaroineBerbourreturned yes terday alter a two months visit to tel olives in New York07 Little Miss Cova Anderson Is spend ing the week with little Miss May Sanders at Frledaland Mr S S Cox lit Wednesday to attend the Strttt Fair at Grecbville He will return tomorrow Rev C R Crowe Rolarda Ky visited his patents Mr and Mrs E M Crow hrre Tuesday Miss Mayme Daily Owensboro is visiting at the home ot W G Ben weekIMemphisreWG Hanlwlcks Tuesday DO MrlI N Shultz and wife Pun tie visited their eon O M Shultz here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Charlie Snllenger who was operated on for appendicitis the first of the week is getting along nicely Mr Garfield Brown who has been attending Hartford College returned to his home ntar Deanfield Saturday Misses Josle Magan and Vetdle Holbrook Baford visited the family ofof Henry Field last Friday and Satur day E E Baird and family Beds visited Mrs Balrds mother Mrs Mollie Tichenor here Monday and of Tuesday Mr Wilson Rowe of Centertown was a pleasant caller at this office Monday TUB REPUBLICAN wants lots of callers like Mr RowesMrs T B Petrle and daughters Annie and May of Brvzil IndRre visiting Mr Petries parents Mr and Mrs J E Fogle this week Ion Barrett who has been in at tendance at Central Business College during the past year lelnrued to his home at Barretts Ferry Wednesday Misses Clyde Maymee and BelyU Atberton and Messrs Eftetl Bandy W H Ashby and Wlss Collins all of Nuckols visited Mr and Mrs A II Rowan Sunday All Humors Are impure matters which tho skin liver kidneys and other organs con not toko taro of without help there is such an accumulation of them- n They Utter tho wholo system Pimples bolls eczema and other- r eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling biliouS turns fits of Indigo flan dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla nand Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the wholo system DIhad salt rheum on my bands so that I could not work I took Hoods Sarupurllln and It drove out the humor I continued Hi use till the sore disappeared MM IBA O Buown Rumford Falls Me l tse prom IIMIss Fair left yesterday for two months visit to relatives In Can sey Lincoln and Boyle counties She was accompanied AS far os Louisville RileynMr Frank M Allen of the South ern National Bank of Louisville vis ited K R Riley of the First National Bank of Hartford and other rend here Saturday and Sund- aySYNOPSIS w Of Proposed Compulsory School Attendance Law to be Brought Before Next Legislature The leading educators of Kentuck have practically agreed upon the fol lowing amendments and supplements to the compulsory school law and the next legislature will be urged to adopt these amendments Age of child shall be from seven to fourteenTime of attendance shall be for the full term in each district The school may be public or prim vate If private It must be under tuition of a person or persons holding a legal certificate or a dlplo ma from some recognized Institution of learning The penalty shall be a fine ol from 5 to 20 for each offense A truant officer shall be appointed by the Trustees or Board of Educa tlon In cities members of the police tom may be designated by Board of Education as truant officers The officer shall have power to armrest any truant and deliver same to patent guardian or to the principal to teacher of the proper school He shall prosecute truancy cases beItare any any court of record or flee court in the proper county He short have powerof arrest and prosecu flan of any violation of State Child Labor Law He shall receive his pay one third of the fines colleted This law shall not apply to dis trios where there is not a publicA school building with room sufficient to accommodate all the chll m dren of that district who are between jTheseamendments and supplements to the existing lawy mThe Keystone L of Good Health w Is pure tool at Lion Coffee is all coffeeno lazing of all defelts EIninbulk Real Estate l YOU WANT A FARM I have some land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres near Cormwoll for 400 100 acres four miles north Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north Hartford for 4800 In good condition Good building Ac S One dwelling house nude storehouse in Prentis for 500 a good location and a good bargain If you want to buy or soil see mot S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estateb HAllTHOIlD icy all rt e 1 ITS UPi TOYOU r Z If you want the best our stock was 5 g never so complete Our goods are bettera Ii 2 and our prices are lower than ever be fy ifore And this means much for we have Sy q- Nt r 2 always lead in the Dry Goods line in this isection g This is the month to buy White Goods fy T Lawns Organdies and other summer 4y 2 wearing apparel We give you a i 7 prices below fewi India Linen 5c to 30c yd Figured Lawns Aboto 25c Organdies r 10o to60c- f White Marseilles 12ic to 30c eMadras Cloths 10c to 35c Gingham i5cto25c 1I f Factory Cotton Be to 7ciBleached Cottan6c to lOclr Cuttonade10c to 18c A complete line of Mens and Boys l j Clothing of the very latest styles and kindsyYou ought to see our line of Mattings and i Rugs Its immense Fact is we cant c afford to be short on anything in our line Drop in and see if we havent got T the biggest stock of General Merchandise tyou ever saw in this section at the lowtg est prices Ginsengj6highest market pri- cesCarsonQ j L CoINCORPORATED HARTFORD KY 1- a My New Quarters x- Wre testate with bargains of all kinds Come in and inspect y stockwhich consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes verylowestI quote you a few prices Good Bleach Cotton 6c per ard Good heavy Factory 5c per yard Best Calico 5c per yard rendymadoClothing300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suits sizes 14 to 19 250 Boys Suits from 6 to 15 years 150 Mens Pants 5oothis is a worlds beater You had bettor call onto its these goods are going rapidly Mens Shoes 1kLadies Shoes 41 0 Call and examine our stock Dont have space to quoto our special prices Highest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng Yellow Root tc YoUrs for trade SAM BACH Hartford Ily iY O f Ciensboro KyMain Street bttWtflirliIt cud Itollrrr Rest attention glren to dock Headquarter for Ohio county people JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor If YouNVant To keep posted and others is6 wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time iJShorfhantf ljlH de I fluid rlliltfIllenn enwrlnncaJ taathrni uch Qoe a p lall8t In hit Una Gradual ol tliU collrge preferred bjbudneMhoaan We are now In oar new home nearest corner Becoad and Wolnt street tEe XnMt and bwt arranged school building la the Soath Indlrldaal Instruction School session thejenr HtuJunU can rnttf t any tlinp VUlton alvraf welcome FtbWt3lWlTPmt I d T 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE S Illinois Central Railroad Tlmo Tablo New time curd taking effect Sunday Dec 7 1102 at noon Norlti llnntiil Nonf h Hound No 133 due W7 m No 121 dnell17 a m No 112 due247p m No 101 due 347 p m Noindn 1242pm NolSl UaebJ5p m LorolPacIght- eo191duearn NolM due 247 pm 8 D VAXUETEB ARent JIGKLTS FOR TWO CorricM U4J by the S 8 McClure Cempanjrl 1Q4 Scott wa Trailing nil turn at the flEu MlodotT Where lie wanted a Vftif tee Chicago Just ahead o- ta ITU a very prttty girl and ba 14 Bet LeD OTerbMrlog the conver tUp Hie too was buying s Ueket CMcag and wasted a berth as well I Kb bad ut6 a mistake In the BJBOTUU BiWMuy to secure a slwper aM nUn tfe ticket sellw called for tt 4dttl6Ml f SM discovered thatI tar pws WM traP1 It was an em VVtmMUf peeKloB for the girl but there was BO htlp for It and be took fetr railroad Uekt and VCNCll oa to iL nslUBf room Bod could DOt Wo noting the out Oml U bugbt his own ticket andI neB MW the lirl standing In the JotaJnff room oxamtnlna tree empty 9ekttbok flls ayap thk were aroused she Kicked 00 forlorn and be thought of his own little sister and wondered bow abe jrould feel nnd r iSmlUr ctzetsrnstne That settled K U walked quickly toward her avid raising bis bat said Tardoo rat bet I couM not Mil MeI teg the trtrabU you were In at toe tickI et wlW Wont yon Mltow uw to ytor banker In tbe emergencyr Ih looked up at him shyly He hud a good hot Qh that but I flaut Hfco Of couree you dont said Rod but JUJ fire you uy card and you can send the money back to me when you get feteae Her fan brichteuad ptou are T ry kind My father was to have bsen xrlta ma bet was detained at the last jaonepl I thootnt I had nU the money 3 Jtlde to ret bone qwii I tortutlttl1 have peaty nU KM M M os rt tM ticket Oi cotim U MW that It was In the- M1e car and It wee natural toot they iSkfuM occupy the aims seat- It Hu all too aooa Cor Hod when tbeI berths had to he Mad up but ba or- Mnt d that they should have week iatoI1ttbernod will liner forgot tbatI fcmkfiit Re MTCT did know e ttrtete4 bt he feasted upon a pairj gray eye which took shy ifuc 9 acroN the little table Alt the time u WH trylo to summon up courage tall how ranch be wanted to meet p sZta- 8athv bow and they would reach IfceJr dttt tUon the plwsant tetea tete w ol4 be oTcn oM M did not even know her name Rod was setting deIperate liD too way do you expect any one it meet yea at the station or may I OJI yeas psa said he would wire 8 Je1l1ee I wont have to trouble rouC ae3 more Srooblel I know yon dont menu that It hu been a great pleasure to CM and I only wish I could Dent say anything more Mr Scott I an tinder many ebllgatloni to you hut papa will writ you when he re tnroePott Hefll He wanted to tap mete kol 9ollttn n PrtvtDtM him from y ncslng a matter wltlcb bo kit might rabtrraw bet men the train pulled into Chicago and be now her aKocthmately greeted by BB cldtrly lady be awakened to the rttrkmtlom that hit pleasant day dream ffrai over Rod was ateWant freight agent on the IL and A road with headquarters nt Omaha XI vpent a week in Chlcn Vt and on MB return home be foundI the foUowlna letter awaiting blmIeu Sir My danthter haa RTWD rent etnl ant ak d ma to thank you torI role e urty te ber when iht owIrormJnff trmM I Inetoe draft rttJeh trill rett hnm you for the amount YOU v9 Qda4 on hr Th9 general freight knot of the road Mr Flateher Is a very- WK frts4 W mine Klorily remember me M Urn aM whmtrrr you are In Chicago t will M fte4 to bare you call on ma V un ttulf JOUR K MABON It wu astMltblDg bow much atten tin the Chicago end of the D and A road rnjnlrtxl nod tonad it necessary to make weekly trips there and bo never failed to call and inquire for Mr Masons hearth and Incidentally to Kfcctpt the hospitality of tbe Mason home Alice she of the gray eyes always welcomed the rued with such winning smiles that be thought he Will In para disc On one such evening she was Jnging an old Scotch ballad with tboI retrain LassIe could you loe me7I He stooped over her as the sat at tho piano and looking Into the gray eyes that were turned toward him he whis pered Alice dear could you loo me He read his answer there and scaled it with a kiss e e S I Six months later a carriage was beeing driven toward the station A stray kernels of rice still clung to the Heps The carriage topped and the occu pants went hurriedly to the trainowhich was starting for the eAst Oh Rod you havent got tho tick ets- Havent I sweetheart When I travel with somebody I always make up my mind that Ill have to pay for n couple nnd BO I get them In ad vance Thats the meanest thing you ever said to me Rod was the laughing re joinder but youve got to pay for them now WILLIAM B DOUGLA- Ss Abolnte Gift Cheeremob cornel Stop borrowing troubleJtrouble Isnt like money When I her crow money I can forget about it right BWoy Philadelphia Press RECKLESS EVE yf4 When Adam in bliss Asked Eve for a kiss She puckered her month with a coo With a look quite ecstatic She said most emphatic I dont care Adam H you do NEWMAN Reviews Democratic History Kentucky and the Nation Able Letter Washington May 29When the Supreme Court convened last Monday the auditorium ovciflowed with spectators and the bar was filled with lawyers Conspicuous among the latter was John G Carlisle lormerly of Kentucky and now of New York He looks better than he did when in public life His health stems to be ex cellent His skin Is clear his eye is bright and there Is n serenity on his strong and rugged countenance that evidences his enjoyment of tin private station and the practice of the profession that is so congenial to his judicial mind and judicial tempera ment and it evidences more than that The wind is changed the tide Is turned the cloud Is dispelled that which went over the devils back has come under the devils belly tbe un godly are to be churched and the heretical whipped from the altar Even the Democratic party has come to discover and to confess that this man was as faithful as he was capable and the vindication which he predicted in his last political speech would come has come and come much sooner than he expected and with both hands full I do not suppose that even the Democratic party can show a dunce hopeless enough- to deny that had Carlisles advice been followed the Democratic party stripped ol agrarianism and innocent socialism would be in power this blessedmInute 5- S When the first Brutus overthrew the Tarquins there was a conspIracy- to restore them and an emissary was sent to advise with Tarquln about it That gentleman took the fellow into his garden and cut down the tallest poppies he could find When the man reported at Rome it was Interpreted that what Tarqnln wanted was the getting rid of the greatest men in the Commomwealth and that is what they tried to do 5- S Kentucky did that A lot of very small demagogues pursued Carlisle and Lindsay to private life as they did Buckner and Brown W C P Breckinridge was taken out ol Con gress and John M Athertou was not allowed to get into congress The party contracted a relentless and in veterate hatred of brains Nothing that rose above the stupid lever of mediocrity was allowed to apply The whole delegation in Congress would not make a hallsole for Car- lisle or Lindsay or Buckner or Brown Breckinridge or Atherton South Trimble was from the Ashland die trict I have forgotten who was from the Gibraltar district and I cannot recall the present successor ol Carlisle from the Covington district There was bound to be a revolt against such a thing as that Kentucky was not used to Itthe Kentucky that had made the two Houses of the American Congress so illustrious and the fact is that ii the Kentucky Republicans had had a particle of sense the Kentucky ofp3 would be as reliably Republican as Pennsylvania Mr Carlisle presided over the Music Hall convention that nominated SI- mon Bollver Buckner for Governor in 1887 It was in the days when the representations of a great party honestly chosen deliberated in the interest of the people It was be fore the Committee on Credentials bosschosen was greater than the party The Hon John Rhea would not dream of taking a tin horn into such a convention as that of 1887 It was when the Democratic party held to the policy and to the doctrine that if any stealing was to be done the other fellow should do it It was when the Democratic party put trust in the people and believed the great common people could hold an honest convention and an honest election In short it was when the Democratic party of Kentucky believ in brains fur leadership and prIn- ciple for cteed V It was on that occasion that John G Carlisle delivered the greatest speech of his whole career It was not his ablest but it was as able as other and on this night he seem d to be endowed with the enthusiasm- of the orator There was the reason that characterized all his utterances but this was Charles Foxs definition f oratory reason red hot But it was more than thatIt was Democracy in the superlative degree There was not a Democrat in Kentucky to challenge it Take down the speech and read it Compare it with Joe Blackburns words and Jim Mc Crearys platitudescompare it with the noisy ragtlme vaporlngs ol William Jennings Bryan and learn again what Democracy is and how a statesman preaches it And let me tell you the Kentucky Democracy as got to go back to the Democracy ohn G Carlisle preached that night r surrender the State That Is all of It 5 Mr Carlisle was at the zenith ol his political career in 1887 He was Speaker ol Congress and recognized by friend and foe as one of the very great Speakers He had refused the Senatorshlp that the DemocratR oi the Kentucky Legislature dally pressed on him during the Blackburn Williams contest He was every where considered the ablest champion tbe national Democratic party had in academic discussion In him the great doctrine of tariff reform was in carnated He was the trustedand beloved leader of his party in the two houses ol Congress His place was higher than Thurman or Hendrlcks or Bayard ever attained It was no mere idle compliment when Mr Frye ol Maine called him the jewel of the Democratic party He was the pro foundest thinker in public life and the first logician in either house of Congress Such WAS the John G I Carlisle oi 1887 V Well there came a generation that knew not Joseph A new evangel as preached n strange doctrine was proclaimed an alien dogma was de Iared Carlisle and 000000 Demo rats who thought as Carlisle thought were read out ot the patty to make room for the chips and whet stones of 1896 Teller Town Weaver Simpson Allen every one a Re publican and every one an indotser and applauder ol the work ot Thad Stevens and Ben Butler Then the little fellows got on top and the Democratic patty went to pot The solid South was broken New York Connecticut New Jersey Indiana Illinois and Wisconsin were thrown away Congress was lost The Sen ate became hopelessly Republican This was what the Democratic party got when it lost Its chastity and mis ceglnated with the pops and Silver Republicans and Eugene Debs and so on The worst ol It was they could not learn even in the school of expe rienceand they tried it again in 1910 with even more disastrous result 5- S Now the Democratic patty is awful tired of that sort of thing It is going back to Democratic leaders even 11 the greatest Democrat and the greatest man now living Grover Cleveland has to be drafted to do the leading His nomination would be equivalent to election and we maybe goaded into nominating him Be that as it may Bryan and Bryanlsm are done for His chips and whet stones have had their day so have the little men Bryan put in charge of the Democratic party Sis The national convention ol 1904 Is going to be Democratic it will make a Democratic it will make a Demo cratic platform it will nominate a Democratic ticket It will put the party in charge oi its brains and character will play the part in Demo cratic councils it was wont to play in the elder and better days Of course the Bryanites are too re spectable to bolt but ii they are not just let them go ahead and show us the sort ol Benedict Arnolds and Judas Iscariots they can turn out But the wicked shall be turned into hell together with all the nations that forgot God SAVOYARD Tax on Babies Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cream Vermiluge the children tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the dl gestion oi their food so that they soon become strong healthy and ac tive 250 at J H Williams druggist A Bit of Scotland in Canada- At a point 145 miles north of Toronto on the Grand Trunk Railwayi System is reached one ol magnificent districts In the High lands oi Ontario known as the Lake of Bays District The region com prises a series of connected lakes navlIgatedLake of Bays value as a health giving and sportsmans resort is the un matched purity of the airone breathes up n its heights The visitor for gets his ills under its reviving in I fluence in less than a week and lifes problems In a smoother lightI enjoying the good things in this life I which nature and Providence have paired for him Its bracing morning breeze which rivals the celebrated ate mosphere of Pikes Peak Col imparts new lung power and fresh i i tallty Handsome illustrated publications sent tree on application to R McC Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway 124 Wood ward Ave Detroit ITheBeadtoBenre I good fairy to I a perfect iummer and lDlI now Feed Children At 378388 Wabash Ave Call for a Senatorial At a meeting of the Republican i Executive Committee ol the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December 20 1902 was ordered that a convention be held In each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July u 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven tion to be held at the county seat of each county in said district on Mon day July 13 1903 at i p m which county conventions shall elect dele gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Saturday July 18 1903 at I p in to nominate a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation in the county convention shall be one dele gate for 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President In 1900 and the basis of representa tion in the district convention shall be one vote lor each too or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President in 1900 The candidate re ceiving a majority of all the votes cast in said district convention shall be declared th nominee of the Repub lican party for the office of State Sen ator in said district NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmr IForSale Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply to this office uierIandTELEPHONE I Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele ihone Yours for gool service and gentlemanly competition 6 P NOWLIN Mnr I I Jim Dump a little girl possessed Whom tau of appetite distressed U I des tant eat I the child would scream Jim fixed a dish of Force with cream p She tast It then joy for him IiShe SunnyJam ThrccICtrta- la younstcrsIcereal eAlldrentoto it each 1 CASTO hnFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought WI Bears of theFor Over In- Use D Thirty Years CASTSIATwi School Desks AND School Apparatus Of Every Description Lowest Prices THE CAXTON COMPANY Chicago AGENTS WANTEDT Convention SecyI AN- DTelegraph J Club Rates HARTFOKU REIIJILICAX and either of the following papers nt the price indicated 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and Tea HEICDLICAII to one year for 150- Theregnlarubmirlptio price olth two pa pee is 20- 0Take The Republican I I Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah i Ih2tI Pacific CoastDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE MlsalaCstELECTRIC I IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE- Via I MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Ml a la Cart ELECTRIC LIGMTED TRAINS ref 141RH C ku To Cure a Cold in One Day to Cures Two Crip Days Tate Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH J on every Seven MflHon boxes sold In past 12 months This Signature CO d1 L7O1rLi box 25c u u BPECI1L1PRICES I C Wo havo in stock tho following sizes of rubber bolt Unit wo nro soiling nt n reduced price This lino is nil good goods rondo by reliable manufacturers and is a bargain at tho prices named t 325 feet of 3 inch rubber Bolt 4 ply at 8c pot foot 1G5 4 1 4 4 ply at lie 328 5I j 4 4 ply at 130II 275 0 4 ply at IGc 2GO 7II II 4 ply at 185 325II 8II A ply at 21c t 150 10II II 4 ply at 27o 75 1 10 5 P1Yat 33c Leos Machine WorksINCOUlOHATKD OWEN ORO KENTtKYIHomo Phono No 449 COLLINS SALOON i XiARTPORD JyIHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old Internntionalspeoin1tics Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO u All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE AT THIS OF- FII7UWf K 2 me ocsrtsTMt CNCAPCST 4- PenmaiplIp aljt lhiltilf 1l1IIVt l fltndbr 7d4Il Seven experienced teacher each oDe n rlallit In hit line Orailaifro of thin tulIrR prrbmd by bolo houeee Venn now la our new borne nrnmt corner HA nl o Unlaatttmt the meet and bwt arranged school betiding In the Month Individual u H in School iwei- oalltheyear ft tjtaditeantatrat any tine VisItors always wclniran K J V11IU1IT Imt FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children aaa rmol- itntralljr invited to vote to IIfulaenU each ten tail at one line AU money our and bore trip npenxi of teach n to go Into erection of the Kentucky HulldJnt at tbe Bx liTtrr voter thua len itti f ciloa of ttmowtug a worthy cante and Important hue been tImesrszIterecognItIon Contest eon totted under inspire of tducatlon l Com nlttee of llihlbll orxaalutloarormed Kentucky BulUlnr and full proInctisir the Lcsliltture having ailed to make an approptU Ion Every the pubItCuorunner vi uun ataacm COU ur UDITTO mrutal Genial or neOIOgltal protestant or catholic denominational school is elllble to election Members or the JIdaralloai xblblt Committee alone excepted Uxpolittont Palace of lJucatlon The 1zposltL a Is to tethe greatest ntnaallon1 event la thewoilds hit tory The notrachne chosen will be lucky ktto beloW tendered this to the lalr Uve county elects its own mot poputareducator ThecounlYOulldeofjellerlOa cutlulttbelulrco- Dumber of vote will be allowed to scud two be tacit poiiulacand tbe ccond noitpopular TIlE VOTES WILL BE ITS COTS EACH TEX COSSTITCTOO A BALLOT At ten cent each every chool child In the State will be able to rut at least one vote for bit or her favorite teacher Out the voting will not be confined to school children FAKCSTS OP rCPILS OR AST OP THEIR FB1ESW MIT TOTE The of tbe Aiiod atlon beIng to elect the most popular ichool teacher In each county at to considered bv the bllc generally as well as b the school children Ballot ten spaces to club or ten pupil may be arranged and etch gIving tea cents be credited with hit or her vote If one tire to cut ten votes It ma be done by writing lilt or her name on one cf the spaces and remitting one dollar Ititnot required that the name ol the person voting be given at all All ortlte re ror vOtefl names may be blank The Asociation want hoenr to enroll In the Kentucky Uulldtn at BU Ixjult next the name of every child who cut one or more votes lathe contest Pupil are asked therefore to sign their names plainly to the baliott ALL EXPENSES OF TIlE TEACHERS WILL BE PAID b the Aiioclttlon This will Include railroad trantportttlon from Loultvllle to St Louts and return boudt one of the best hotels In tbe city for alx days admluion the exposition grounds for sic dtyt THREE PARTIES WILL BE HADE VP FROM TOE HOST POPULAR TEACHERS to make the trip more profitable and more enjoyable Hach ofthete partIes will consist of so teacher ThEe would make a ol in but III there are 119 countIes In Kentucky the AtiocU tlon hit decided to allow two teacher the mOlt popular and the second most popularto go fram that county Jeflerton excepted which caMs the greatest number of vote In the contest ALL TEACHERS M TIlE STATE STUD OX AN EQUAL FOOTISQ In this contest The teacher with twenty pupil receive more the teacherwlth five or six times at many enrolled orher achool because the voting U not confined to children The public will be an important factor Votes ma be cut for who taught school during or r teaching now Tbl opportunttyANT XCMBER OF BALLOTO JUt BE CAST AT On TIME There I nollmlt The moreldol lars tent la for any one teacher the more vote boor ahe will be credited with ONE DOLLAR CASTS TUN VOTES TWO DOUAKft CASTS TWBNTY VOTE3 TIIRBR DOLLARS CASTS THIRTY VOTES FOUR DOLLARS CASTS 1OHTy VOTES vxvn DOLLARS CASTS FIFTY VOTJtSbTltN DOLLARS CASTS A JJUNDRUD VOTES ONU LUNDR1ID VOt- JAJlS CASTS VOTES All of tbe Done received In this contest over and above that used In defraying expenses ol theiaomostpopuiar teacher of the State oa their ttlpt to the Vfvld will go for the crec lion oa Knlturk lit the nfOlltlono ncryvoler la this contest may have the additional satisfaction ofknowing that line a worthy caute TIlE STASDISO OP TilE CONTESTANTS WILL BE PRINTED FnEOUENTLT In each county to thowhUor her friend I how the race is bring run Begin utln nuwor our favorite school teacher The votes will bo counted under the the Educational lUhlblt Committee of the Attoclatlon Thepcrtonnelof tbisconimittcctsaaollowst ITof 1IO nrownell LouIs vllle Chairman If V Praokfort Iio It P Iralleck Louisville Jro W If DJnvlllellrClIdenB Y Mulllnt Lou IIvllIe r 1Jr Artlrllr Vser Georgetown SupctlntendentM A Cassidy LnIngton Superintendent S L Frogge Frankfort Im Co J Crabbe Ashland I Prof Mcllenry- Kboadt Owentboro T 8 lIry Bellevue I Prof Co C Cherry GrOin I Prof Knot SIrtIthis contest a nEHE9DER EVERY COC5TT ELECTS ITS OWN FAVORITE TEACHER Competition between counties 0111 to the race roc the ijolh trip the county outside of JeOerton the total number of vote being granted the of tending two teachers conrnlnlatOlJ arranged each June or August ioin which be or the wants to make the trip CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1 AIWeorlof as the most popular teacher in icounty ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED i bcI r10t10eL1vtiid bDi JOe bOo 100 bOc Voter ire not required to Igo their names but the Anoclatloawanta all school children voting to do to as it will enroll them In time Kentucky Building Voter have the option of tending ballots direct to the Secretary of the Association or to the paper Irom which clipped paperRemittanceotie eaprels or postal mont order or In cunency at sndera tit Address all communIcations to R1t IIUOIIU3 Louisville Ky 1 i flPmM lUtxiTT JITU j BARNETf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW iWillC ApICIlINtheIr care Collection and the Prnrtlra of Cnn inal nn l Unit Krtnto 1llw SIeInhtics Office In 1IKPUHLICAX llnlllllnR JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Rclnl Attention irlrsn to rollorUons nmklns alMtrartn Sc alec hotary InMIe for Ohio roan y OlIn north side public squor IJE DAVIDSON VIIAItTYOIZDWill prnrtlco ilIA nrotrtwlon In Ohlrt and mtlnli nacountlm jclti nitration irtrrn to all limit na entrusted to aU can iSP HOBY 4T LAW FOUONTIMi UCNTUUItT theeourtaofOhioSpecial attention gIven to rollrftloni E F NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prnrtlf hU pruln loa In nil tho route o Kentucky special attention to tollwUou fttlntntot ilmdrnt mttpnd ruM sad rlnlnal prattle UOr upstaIrs Urlffln block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it lAW HARTFORD KY WlllpractlmhU profnulon la all the ronrliiil Ohio and ndJolnlDKnxinUr and the Oinrt ol Al peals rrnnnt attention ulTfn to all l niUr entrusted to him Uffir Xo m enter Street It R R WEDDING IAttorney at Law HARTFORD KT 1nWu Attorney and KinmlnfrforUbloCio ty ORIr oTrrlhloCoanl7 Hank M U HCAVUIX KnXEHT WOODWAIU HEAVRIN WOODWARD Qn t Q1 cn Ilikrroav KT UII1 nineties their profn ln In nil the ttlt sidaltlun owe neat door to hank at Ilarttonl f WIH DCIISTBARNESftWill firactlr hU I Ohio aad adjoining Appeal Irltt busIness entreated to hIs rare toll IW a- peet Ity lOire roorlhoow Nnr ICh10Oot3Ow n Judirej JK howe Attorney 0 entborn T II ltlaekJaiki 4A- AndtnonClrrk lion an Ilolbrook Molri OID mlnloner O It iAknTrcsteJurylnulCs P K own Sheriff Hartlord Deputy MhirlS J- a Kon Clarrnr Kown Jo lIltotaitellL W lloyd IUm KlevDe rCoortconvenwer Uou day In March and Aiirott and eoatlHnro thno- I wmksnbil third Monday In May anti Niiti wlxr tuowrct I OountyCoortJ P MUlfr edge MH flag Jiandarrki W II Barnr Attorney H tUord I sTConrt convent flrst Monday In rarlt month I QuaterlyCourtflegtes oath third Mnnday jp JaouarJI iMnbrr In Jai OOlrm Hurttnr IVralvo Frank lain AmrHiir Dwltt Janii lhWmeee Kthool Haivrlntrndrnt Hartlord Lea I Put A Iuot1co CovurUi iamFbruiry U May 30I It May I Jim Mtlrnhaiu SartoIbIIri rt Uij t August J November II i T A Kvno rordxlll Jannnry It WaIf SorciulxrR llofordrVhronry 7 M ij 5 Ana 1oI1lt7 1 A Ontcrtowa Fobraar V May H November j p J Wilcox llockport Fcbnmrjr to May 6 Anirn t S6 November 14- f ZTartfiid ZcUco Ccurt IJao II WIn Judff J H II VWIdlng nilII I InrU Marthnl itourt eon M rnnd Mnndny In torli nionlh InnM IU5ton C c Church Sonth Aervlcm Ihlid Hnnday In Ieach month at 11 B in and 7 p MI fiiul roartb Sunday at 7 p u Prayr Diwtlnn vrr Uednra day evening Itev J C Ptrl 1iutnr Baptlut Cbnrch SorvlcM held cniid Knnday la each month at 11 a m and 7 p ni Pinjcr nest log every Thursday evening C P Church Hervlrti nt Handay In oaeh month at 11 a m nnf t p ra llrf J P liar ned pnttor School Trustee Hartford Jnf P Miller J 8 Glenn 8 TltreIIlt llodnrJ II D Car ion Jon C Illley Town Trnstem A DWhltr I P IVtrrnrr J H Ptttton W Hardwicky I ViilnR Cociot Bselotlac A O U tV niret lInt and thlM Sotarduy nIghts Hartlord lodjn No erG P A A MHSODI flnt Monday nlKht In each niuqth Rough Hirer lodgiNo lloKnlwlil ol ljtila meetft every Tncdny night Pnmton Murtou Pout No t II A II bold reIf nlnr meeting Haturdny boforollnt tndiiy la each month All inenibera of tliereepertlvrioisarelnvltrd ttenilnll miwtlnKt f i i jti 1 3InventiontlourrlcUcnnlldenliaL IIANIBOOI on laLent4- soot free Oldest agency ocarIHgJ5t0nt5 I roceIvetfoJIScIeii1IfIcIFiierIcaiiA handsomely tUntiated woek1 Tunt etr- rolaUon ot an lontUln rnal Trm II a I tourmonthl SoI4lmull roiudalers YnrklIranta Ca TOnXAYoi Ilaug Aiesys eut- I Bearaihec IJP