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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I fW I T 11 i TnI j 1 HARToRfl REPUBLICAN Jf dr J i bW k r OCAL mAID TBB PARTY I u oma CQa1OALDIT2C7ISubscription 1 a year 1VOLXV IARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 12 1903 NO47 i STAflTLEDDy IOrUlI suJcn oiuaii she 1rop6 the sntc upon tilefloor Sliw ill nervous and Itlnv told thnt nezvouna IA n InYllrv which on1 irich woman cmi Intulgcla has cgt ninny Q- wolMnS psiUon Sbrne times when worn en run umcbla err the price tit nervlulneN I IuutIIftt1otIf- tI prliahnOlI TUIbd NCtV9U511uln- womcu is commonly butas- ymptom of- womaslydf Inft IdOCtbrN for the mlrye Alone dheucaIdelito woman ly organUm andS wiltube cun urDrlavorlte PreDrtrongtickIty dries dmlns Ilnllam- mlIon andtiCUfti feniule udIadaID 1M faoE zu u1llctkbou Je 1I4acW hR1 ttoUblt Dd Asak 01kIoaya ad 000 dTtOI UW 14 1JOGr luOrilet- arilllloD E4 OoMn MdICI PIotrfI l sO e4 X biaoiinpivvt rap4J7 eontlnu4 takla ID a ndtofPivedt PtfMllpttOn and GoIdel Idintl tocDr Phitca PleT ant Peltoti altar the mu1wonMEATP MALT IWtEA TONIO AWO ICUOTIYI tfleA LU aU Strength la tnry Drop A mdieUlk ce ol ta fNCnlJ- tl coutJtutttll of PRIME B1mFaad PURE OLD MALT flUlflUtJLMUTZ I90- 1UEAT mLT Looatnllle Ky roor Ueat a Mali ouhy aqoahid mol MflflhlCtnrI anrlC1lletMouaflftll Dd lnoHank It nevstiortti YourtIlNlr- LoD dtcitoo aDd KASTLIrsINrI ii- Loittstfli Coflsac of r 1 NfAra MALTCO LeuCrtlJ Kx tMcN ItW 1RIP441ICJ toM of NAod dtAIlna- jHkalC pwphd8DVatrnt UN f11110 Will vova IIfIffJH Mm Ni IrIfl fHie- ua 8 G61I4IW It IM Au AJisa EThitttGt- tSLvoaIvTd04340 a MO DAVIESSOQUNTY BANK ITRUST GOO- WENSBORO KY Cash Capital 50000 SIcholdAddtl Liability 15000- 0OnatM FodFoCuto 100000Do- IJOJHII rtetid rib3ce to ett- nthog k COOU to drJUl or thick oisi All sa boo doa by malL Iotm pOil Ime dpudIa- iI PElt CENT for laooIhaSorereeoI- t sJart4 iiiOdi ocIIIltamoo1lkl Call or rue for toIt1f parUooIlano T II ANIIEJUof ptJti tNow is the time to subscribe thr The Hartford Rep tibli can I ffEDFoSd THE GREAT FANILYMDjCINEH Thodfonl Dlnck Draugbt baa Mced doctoti hills or mow than4 years For tho cot mon fam 1hueute auth a conitIutton lttlget1on hard colds oowel com of plainti chIhI and Lover 1J1U0ua nee neadachca and ether wmpalnts nootht wedlclno lit II Invioretea and fCQ tho 1vert 88I1ett r =B tee aotioii ollhetlIOOt fleriM the odMa4 r oo kie It tolfinpli1ntJaUgeetIon oar elomachtIhiaInte rhewuado paine Mdeaehr back ache kidney OOII8tI b1llouenee har4 EvdruJgleTIawnt moth ube jr11 OO Ncv61 aooevt a uUtftutn ieLt on having tOO orlAinal made tht Chattanooga Mealclno ompl1y I beilsys Ththods tflackDrauhit- II 1M tlMdklMim earth II ood letaA It1 1ItIc I hive a familyof twsysthhdceE ifid for our Ihavb6 thweoafoet 4 IYwW J RN1L c tS 1 NICE AT REST ltCDOgstarts OutObsequlou r ly an Long JourneyJ to Happy HuntingI GroundI The most remarkable and unIque funeral ever seea In Lexington took place today at 1030 pclock when Nice the fire dog was burled at Reel house No 3 with Interesting ceremonies The firemen from the two reel houuiormec1 a parade t to oclock and followed the dog to his last rat lug place All the wagons formed in the parade with ChIef George W Mtilr beadlllJt It followed by the chemicatengice with the cornuwblch- waa laden with flowers Next came the ladder wagnand the bose wagons and a number on bicycles As the processIon moved out from the Centrttt house the fire alarm ben was tolled and continued tolling un111r the procession was nenrlllg the grave As the proceselcu wended Ita waY along the streets crowds of people ap peered tEtwltseH It Borne were la dined toscoft tthe iction or the firemen while others c pre syut- p3thr When the grave was reached quite a crowd bad aaseubld perhaps attracted more by the unlllncncBS or the spectacle titan respect for the dog Firemen D F Shely and Charley Thompson acted as pall bearers and took the tlowerlnden oMn from the WAon It wall gently lowered to the grave Bud then all removed their It hata as Attorney John II Johns ad VSDCCd near the grave to pronounce the funeral orutlon Mr Johns was hapteesive is his remarks lie briefly reviewed the history of tile doganer which he l warmed up lie spoke ol his wonder ful usefulnee in vaving tile Uve of- citizeup fwhen the departmeut Wall os a run and izialnuated that when the last call for aU dogs was soumded that Nlces name would head the list as Is the case of Abou Ben Mezn Alter the talk hi read a beautiful poem written by Lord Byron on the death ofi dog The firemen were visibly afleded a8 the dirt wall placed In the grave coverllllt from their sight the last ortaltbCul Nice All boarded the wagons cud wended their way back to their respective places of duty The comu In which Nice was laldt toret was very pretty being caver ed with black cloth Last night those who sat up with the body to keep vigil wcne Wallace Muir1 Patrick Conley and D F Shely Flowers were donated by Honaker Dell KefI ler and Miss Wblte A bouquet wu also sent by the lIum8seS with the following note Were aU as faithful In the discharge of our duties ha NIce thla would be a better worldJo During the morning scores of pea pIe called at the station to take a look Those who had been wkIeti from their nightly alumbers yell thuslaetlc NJce smiled andaatil Allis well Those who were not so fortunate as to have heard himj wept and lIympethlzed with the fire pica Nice dIed last night as the ye suit of poison administered by some unknown person He was noticed Ytlltclday to be desperately sick Dr- Uryan was caled bat was unable to do anything for him lie had eaten poison of Ome kind and the vetenln4- iu4au could not antidote It The poolI dog dledln agony and the firemad who had nura Bud petted hlni81li- be were a thUd are deeply affected over their lose Some citizens had been disposed tlook upon Nhi ns a nuisance 01- acoullt of ie noise he made on runs to urea byuilsloitdatn piercing bark butkefieuien ky that he was of mi- viluable service to them san varalag to vehlcleli and many other ways that the people were not aware of Nice has been a member oi the department for the last five years and la all thiatimehe hasbeeu faIth fat gud alert ready at aU times to sound bin note of warnlngat the fitit tap ol the bell Nice was taken to the station five years ago ty Chief Mnfrand Fireman Thompson and In a very few days he became uqiatnted Ibetayccl A n1leCtIpUOD wiU be taken upaid- u1aU monument will be erected te- tutii tnetnoryoI tho fattbul rh1fd f the boys of the departmeutLex Ington Leader CutsBrulsesandBurnsQUIOK ly Healed- CbamberlalnsPaln Balm Is an art tlseptlc liniment and when applied to cuta brul1es and bun es causes them to heal without tnetutsti n and much more qdLcky than by the usual treatinelit Fer sale by aU druglsI- In Memory Ii In taking up my pen to write what Jollowa experIence a feeling bard to uHderatand and more difficult to cx plain Icat only say at It that the Impr08onor feeling Iii one ofJmtl uI c gled lolcowand pleasure sorrow Ion th loss of i worthy young friend plea ant to recall his blameless life and record some of his nobler virtuen Eddie DavlFotl the IIpbject of this artlcle was called Izoin labor to repose from uncontrolable suffeingto joona ease on or dunIngtbecinly mornIng hours oAprll the Istzi3 The end came not unexpected cud whenlie wan rapidly slukiugandap- pr aohingtiearer and nearer the por- tBli ideitiI believing as he rema- ledtthathe could not live until the early dawli lila greateittsolclttide seemed to be for big dear mother who had so tobly stood by and sun talued him so long trylpg with aU the energy so Intelligently exetcised- I nurse back to heaither 1oedaud loving oShI Bm sinking teat bntt dont ten ma lIe knew that a ready Q mothers heart was bleedng She had been kind to him Indeed sheddhig her kindness is dew drops on the flower In the dark hourof doubt and gloom foreboding be had upon her buoyant faith that something might be done to alleviate hIs uflerings poneibly restore him th good health lInt hlatlUJ p or lile was citing t1Sbed is left the recolectotv- of bla virtuescnddlcwas Indeed a good boy and in which he moved ISomecan said that genuine politeness con slated or petty sacrifices Eddlcs bearing arid prsctke was a bright 1- 1lustratlon of this truth ever polite and selt sacrificing In the company oftl nfl When addressed by any person mattered not how humble they might be he gave them a respecitul attention and a kind answer He was passionately fond of booksI and from time to time added to his neat library such books Us were calctly 0 ted to Instruct and exalt Instead ol those often sought for by young men a leN moral and refined mould Wbkh depressed and appealed to thei IpaseIoUs Eddie was born December io 1869 1- cbnaequentl lived 33 years 3 months and at days having passed away as above mentioned April I 1903 and during that period Instead of wayII ward roving as many of his optor- tnalti a Indulge In remained with of his fathet Pl Davlaon at their ele gaul residence at IIItea Palle In all that tIme It he niade amcllem the writer whokntw him by OIL repeated personal meeting from hIs very early tbucy until the day Of his deathE does not know of It And now what more can I nay as a tribute to my lost lrieuil and to doc him Justice could I have said leaIIAdieu1 may the rsdlent morn santnoon ud skadowy eve as gently paN over yoUr narrow dwell- Ing teach and warn us that we too must soon die that our fliglitto derInity Is rapid J W MADORa TnlalerKy June I 1903JHis Last Hopo Roallzad Prom the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first opening oh Oklahoma to settlers In i889 the of this pa wan among the many eckers at ten forhtne who madetheblgrace one ueday In April During his travel tng about and afterwards his camping upon his claim he encouttterw mucbt bad water which togetbc with the IIt ere heat guvt him a very seedlrrh04awhlch It scented almOit lal- pss1bleta check and loRi In June Ike case became so bail he expected to die One day one of his aelghooraJ btougbt hIm one sniall Chambttlaln Coll Cholera and Dlanhoea Remedy asa last hDpe A lg dosewsscivenhlmwhllel was ollIng ubout on the ground In great agony anti In a few minutes the dose was repeated Tbe good effectof the medicine wasoonoticed Bad within ad hour the patJelUi s takl g his fiat sund sleep for a fortnIgb- tThatone little bottle worked acorn plete cure and he cannot help but feel grateful The season for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this Item For sale by all dlugglst VANtKDYoullgwen to prepare fer Gowcrntnnt poILioa 1ine open lagsht all departrnents Goodsala ties Rftpldpromotloull Extunlun- tiOni loon lreeInter State Cot Inst CedarRapids Ia St ASphohdhdRernbdyN- enralgic patpsrtieurntlsiai luw bigoeudsiatlcpaiuayield4otbBpenetrating OWLhd1e tt ItlP I a it n rYeS ard 1 bbtt btl gibMrbt1- n 0 thebJ rtes at1e conVed4 Vet7tLtbf Y aud efiectdIliWo1idenIfllcnre- 8LlTh P1 MOOle AatILlIioiiitkd1- o tralRaUway MllanTeBn8tatI a u itl lfrheaniatisin backache etc In my- 1ipl1 It Is a ld zeip We could IHitftwltltMt ItJ 25- cecandt5 deatIiWtllIama dug r glat NrtG- ATARRH o ill III ttigi tl b0- suId beekoa5Oi yiQra Bald etsisoIhiuadhua 4 si4at 1 Ituiieiya4lstbOoo4 w tqiltlilrI Cream B iW pIel tUWl1I Ipi4- Iot tbo IIItIIIbrNIG LaS Ii abIotbe RJthii- tUitcM4 foilowL It t aoIdriiDgdoa late ki5i me ae eeaItc TrIalB41l9Ce4lt1bSmhhL xLIIIItOTIXMI Yrtru rOetle DISCUSSION AND REVIEW Able Letter on Politics Past and Present Th Kentucky by Eugene Newman Washington June SSomexxiy 4 said something about local tnlelnILouisville x7 the other day audit 1thatDemocratic cardinal He might bavi qualified that and said Nearlyatt waysIIlt was not a DemocratJccar tbettrary quite the reverse Given a tosa with a dear head n heavy handII grasping ambition and ontr or party organIzation in the five cities of Louisville Covngtou Newt port Lexington nnd aducah and he t will be the ruler ofllis party In XenttuckyThere will be no euch as local rule There may be a ahaz- localiule but itwill be only the retJQecUoa or the will or the bone 0 0 That Lwwhat Kentucky has seen In the beaiocratlc party oulzor teven earsince the little 1uns got controlIIavlng driven the big nnsI ut of the State Into retirement It was Inevitable that the little fellows begin to fight among themr The Democr tlc patty of- entucky has not controlled the yearaeIorganization became greater thanI That accounts Ion the reo auction of Democratic majoritIes In Other electionsu bTheuled by the city machine for some Rlectlon In that town have registered the wilt of Boas lCohn and hIaBubbo Majorltle have expreeeetl nothing but the favors ofp men And when they are witb they cry out loctlg rule as though there had been any ocabnle lalCentucky In years ItVmay be that something more lullla fctbanofficers on the eve of etheItIt has never been printedn Tbnt wan done at the thebosseaaad fsa sample ofma- chln rule In Louisville and In KenV Lucky slnce the ostracism of Carlisleh nd Lindsay and the and Brown No man could politically survive ahellubmltJ this sort of rule and not only the infamy but applauded Kentucky must find a way out of wilderness The quarrels of the boB8e wilt help things it J st look at the judges In politics am less than three score yearn of but I can remember when a ofaKantucky court would a soon have accepted bribe as a place on a political committee and woujd an soon have been detected picktnga i- pcketas making a stump speech bther than the announcement of his t iIKentuckyhlmseU eandidnteinade a stump speecht0 With Judges orating politics on the i It follows that judges wilt administer politics from the bench There was no more polItics in the im- peachmenttrial r of any Jackson tbanr there was inthe murder trials orpow ers and Howard Five juries have given verdicts aialnst tbose two nlenrand every one of those Jurluwas sol I IIIemore vindication that Ion tefusal to 1onor the requisition of Taylor he Iss B mighty hard man to pleaseIC And speaking about trials Ifihe- autbonitiesdlscover a tithe of the Rith y bave shown In the Powers andI Howard cues the law will be vtndi cated In Drehltt county And that tOo wIthout going In partnelllhip IIII the prosecntlon with the man wbot did the deedThemurder of Goebel was a cruel cowardly and atrocious crime It wan In addltionto that Ii monumental folly from a political taudpoiut if Aid the Republican party more Itljurytbaba thousand Uv- IngGoebels eguld avedoneltBvery Republican In the State was person i ly interested in havirfg the murderer rnatoearth Every Democrat In Kentucky was personally lnIcrcsted- Lu glvllg the accused a fnirj Impartial and nonpolltIcal trla1BUttheDemo- crataVoere moreIintent on gelting party capital out of the murder than In vindicating the law or even to aVenging Goebel and th Republic ansfei red the plltlcal consequences ciltbe crime thore than they revrobat igtJLnernerrone pohitic 1ke bencIithat Is a ylfualifor- i which theteJ no antidote Antltm- aYI be suggested that there retn day In Keatnel y a UJou nd freemen adjuitted but rotorious iuudere- m against whom the proof wan ten tImes an either t17t 0t a l Powers or Uoward If there was uo politics In IJ there could not be fodi- n Kentucky a jury competent under the law to try that would convIct either Powers or Howard on the teat- iiouy of Youtsey CatIon Goi4en- Stubblefleld and that layout And so the Louisville machine Is local self government Is It While the lamp holds out to burn One of e cardinal elements ol local seJ government as X understand It Is all election at which everyman entitled tovote under the law has oppottnnl y to vote and when he has so voted hat transaction shall operate as one te and no more for the pien form ItIaCMt and shall be soeonnt lfecorded and returned Without aWetidltiotinan that lbal selfgci- veimeut la sham a pretense and of account whatever floes anybody there has been such an dec as that lu tbe town of Louisville Xy1nyearl Eectlons In Louis vile are just what the Democratic of Louisville predetermine they shall be And yet there Is I1n element oj chance or It Is always In the possibIlities that one prae Is osger ham another purse and the boseesinclineto the longest pnrse graft I believe they call It 0 0 It was the argument for the prima that the party could not hold a convention that the boues would not control It was toget rid oHbe boss that the State primary was held was Joglve the people a chance w oui little souls yearn for the peo pIe I Jtow our shriveled little hearts bleed for the dear dear outraged ands people Why Because the and theIr henchmen could not along five minutes If the people understood who was Canaan and who was Egypt That Is why we are such noble Democrflta That Is why Democrat is a gentleman and a Had every Republican a black and a traitor r 0 0 Alldtbeylaylton Whallen Well Is a very unlque politician verydWerent from his enemies example Whallen wont lie Calln S Rhea When the Hon Rhea that i6 to I dollar and said would fetch that wIth him theII tirne he had dealings with thee IMIlsvlUei Democratic machine he It Ixed Tohn Whitllen ana Andy The othess all lied to flat Jf ben selfgovernment Is to bec teetored as a Democratic cardinal Ine ld Kentucky we may be DemocratIc Vet SAv0YARD B fY Th6 Boat Cough Modlcjnet- aehl ruoreof Chamberlatd Cough Ratedy aliOfalI Mmilftt prepare Lions put together and It give the behraatIsaction Ofany medlcinI- tveeold IRutamt e eyery bQttlr- ii It P C J q ltb Inland MichIThis remedy Is for sale by all gb TO CURE A bOLD IN ONE DAY alie Lan n Dromo QotnIn TAbleta An- drtllQrlAltt rrfklit the moneJ It U tall to tore l Urona1 oalal on each box 25e Life The parts excl matlrn OUfcI feel thee boundllll In my veins Is joyous ore Persons that can rare- Lyon never luak itln honesty to thew8clves ate among tie most un- rottitnate They do not live butn- st I IQI to live implle ulort than hi- br To live Is to be well and strong to nrllll feeling tqnal to the Qrdl rlutl of the day and to rdlre ovcrccine by themto feel lite- bon1I11ng la the veins A medicine that blJnlolle thouandn ot people n and women well and strong has accomplished a great work be- itlwinit the richest blessing and that medicine Is Hood Sarsaparilla The weak nndown Qr dthiittated from y can t should not fill 10 take It buIlds uP the whole system hsnges existence Into life and waken IiI wore abounding We are glad to Uise word In Us vortothe readers ofiur columns I COilS tipatad I3owols To have good health the body should be kept In a laxative condition l1iid the bowels moved at lent 011CC a day so that all the poisonous wastes arc expelled tinily Mr G L Edwards q2 N Main St Wichita ICansas wlites I have used Her blue to regulate the livtr and bowel for the past ten years and found It a reliable remedy 50c at J H WII llama dzugglet FOUND IN A CAVE Skclcton of John Roark who Shot a ManatCenjral City 12 Years ag Found Near Echols A BeaverJJnKy special to the Courler1t3iirent of the 29th 5ttS The finding ofof a skeleton lu all Lw datedcaveniearVthols seven mild west of hei lis olvec1 mystery and anseti the qncstlon What becaineif3Jnhn Rnsrkwhich waa naked hzulreda ohtilues years ago Wblt lIOiueib ya were out hunting l+ f 1J co Tii i their ttcntlol1 was atttnLed by the loud hart Injr or their dog In t lve- They crawled Into a utnahl bQle to see what the animal had found and were hotrfid to find tlieskeleton ofa hr IU an bellii They told some men c- what l they hl steit and they mode an investigation They found II gold rlrR on Cl1rf the bony Itngeron the Irihldl III whlth was the name John Roak Close Jy wns n rusty five calb rrevolvlr with three empty chatnbets 10nf night about twelveyeen agoI while n circus waanhowing In Central City John Roarka mIner of Ecbollt and William Thqmps n aweigh boss at Devler wines Muhlcnberg county became engaged In a difficulty Rnd Roark slot Thoinpoon twice from the et1ectsor which hedieda feW halhs later There wall much Indignation over the onalr at the tlme and If tbe murderer had been caught he would in all probahlllty have been mobbed Alter a hot chase Roark succeeded In making his escape and was Jlever seen or heard of afteward Whether or not ROllrk ended his Own life will never be known The skeleton was burled In the woods near where itwan foun- dChamberlains Colic CholOro and Diarrhoea Romedy The uniform success oHhls remedy has wade It the most popular preparation In use for bowel complaints- It tl everywhere recognized as the one rewtl list can always be depended uJou sad that Is pleasant to take It is especially valuable for summer diarrhoea In chll4ren and Is undoubtedly the means or lives of a great many flavlngtbel Por aaleby all I A BIG TREE Raised In Kentucky Sold for I 1600IThe largest monntalutforests Pork of Kentucky river overland across the mountains to Jackson Breathitt county to the Cincinnati says a Mayking aiecIal to the Comniercial Tribune The log was nearly six feet In diameter and teen feet long and It required large yoke or oxen to snake Qvcr the plouumlns There are two more cuts or sbtefn foot lengths to houlto Jackson ror shipment and the smaller of tbeSe Is two and onehall feet In dlam The quality of the tree Is of the finest curl walnut any will bring thousands of dollar In the market Uncle Joe lisle the OWtlet of the tree sold It for 1600 and was pleased with his bargain Members of the Kentucky Worlds Pair Association gave Mr Hale a bId the tree with the Intention ot plan It on exhibition at St Louts In J904 but their bId of 2000 was a day too late On the l ale farm therein still standing a poplar tree seven feet In diameter which Is over 150 feet high Several other Immense puplars arc still tudlnKmost all of the mailer ones havlngl been taken out mid Olhd dntethe niver A STATE 1OFMIND In thStnte of Mts Then lives cans IIoyetogoNCNo Lanere I WIIlie hllfsrl dear tOMe LI la blue And her cheds the hue 0I shells where waters awash Onher pInk whiephuz There Nev Alb The least complexion Wash 1rt1 could I win The heart or Mlnn- Id allk for nothlng mrrf- lhitlonlydrenm UponthtbTh Xnd Conn It oer ande Why is It pray I cant Ala This love that makes me il- lKYOWy Kiln Nev Vcr I Propose to Iieriuy wlU I shun the task Twould be to ask This gentle maid towed And so tOt press Myauit I guess Alaska PI Instead Baltimore American r Subscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 8125 HUMOROUS TYPES Errors of Com osltorS Have Sometimes Ludicrous ResultsS Weird results produced by the carelessness of writers In the con structlonof their sentences aided by the derellttlons compositors have caused Jlauy a laugh to the pUblic and many sad halfbours to l1uthors and prlnterssays theNewYork Pies The English papers are just now averring that the following slip re centJyoccurredln a new York so dety Journal A reporter WIS describing the dresses ata reception and It would appear wac rather hurt when a certain ladywh usually supplied abundant copy by the origin nIfty ol her gown8 did not on this occasion come out In anything new Her fall from originality and excellence as evidently to be dIsmissed In the fcw wordy Mrs N vore nothing in the nature of a drees that wan remarkable J3ut the next morning acciety wan horrified to- redt IMrsN wore nothing In thena tnre of a dress That wail remakaa- ble The English papers themselves are always furnishing examples of the sort Thus n certain bIshop who stated thathe had been on the brink thejpnpczrnextbeen on the drink for some time and a leading London rlally in notic- tag the floating ofa new commercial enterprise spoke of the issuing ot one hundred thousand snares atOne pound eachwhlch might have ex pressed the tluth of the matter but was hardly what the psper intended to say Tbevlrtneoll1 comma and the ne- ceasityof care In co1str cUol a sentence Is Ufuslrated by the story of the Scotch dIvine au extract from whose sermon as Itoppcnredln local pa per said I Only laat SAbbath my friends a yoUng woman died In this ptilsh very suddenly while I was endtllvur- Ing to reilch tbe Word inn state 111 beastly intoxication This choice com meat apfeared oVlr a poem whtcbwas prlntcdih n turai- lwekly The 1ollolngvrsea wen written more than So para ago by n gentleman who bas for i5 years htin In his grave for his own amuse went The printer Inll the advertiser share alike the blame for the follow- Ing advettluement which ppeireit not long ago WnLedA young man to Attend to onltiy Ia religious tnraof mind CASTOnXABoii thelbs Kied You lists iways 8fSlptun rJItt 4 i to wheu In doubteatIt All Sunny JIm Jaw- hourII household Force Ie 5 fa m11n and welcome as Bunny Jim and t thats tIIIrmlt a good tar We nra ill tiunny Jun to n L 8ToL W r Airs Emma MitChell Loutsiii ItrootInthanapoI1sIndrIte r raroly00cfchanged aU thIs and In a very abort thone 1 think 1 had taken only two oo ties beforo I begin to recuperate yery qulokly and IOven bottles made me well Ido not have headache or backache anymore and have some Interetth1flE- mmaMltcboll 11 The comIng of what Js known as the rs woman In our country Is not greeted by everyone ae U she were a great blrllng lInt there Js another now woman whom everybody Is gtad to e EYrdalomo Invalid womnJ newwommont It Is only neceSasry to send nawO address Imptoms duralloaG- tlIckne ndtreatment alread refCiye4 to Dr Hartman Columbus OhIo and direction for months treatment will beprompUyfon ardod c If you do notdorLye prompt and ssUa factory tlllulta from the me of Paeans write at once to Dr Hartman giving a fuitatatament of your case and he wlU be pleased to give you his valuable 14 vboogmtIs AddreSs Dr Usrtansn PretldOllt oi The Hartman Sanitarium Oolumbav 0 u BUY T- HENflME SEWING MACHINE not be deceivedby those who ad yertlso a IOOOOSowthgMachine rot 2ooo TbLtkJndotamacblnecaucbe dealers trozn15OOto 18OO- we MAKE AVARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the or weakness of Sowing Machines The Double Feed combined with other strung llOlntll niaken the New JlolKe tho beSt Sowing Machine to buy dItwilleloriwe manufacture anti prlCUI before pure5meng- Tilu NEW HOME flINUHIKJgo OONGe NAIl UntonSq N Y Cbiaao IU Atlanta Oat LoutaMo DatlasToxa 1MRWe 1 FORSALt BY JlofDutII psyonsgw1fewhilayet bride Some biscuits made with greatest pride Jim lookedwith fear upon the feed Sot toa bride one cant be rude Lets eat Force tint dears tis aT whim It isud the life orto Sunny JImr IIdool now new one Do oYOftNce QuInwet- a io to I you do It you lire a vIctim ilr malaria DontDo It Its Dangerous Wl1odni1t ltwlIt curo malaria but It leave almost deAdly nrter of- foetHERBINE is purely vcot1Jlo and xiolutelygiittraut to cUto walanlir Ineaduehe and all atomaeiikidney and liver comllllu1J TnY IT OIliY SO Cents n flcitilq Al- lrSale Dr t1Jti 1 by J H Williams Harti Groves Tasteless ChiUTonic h stood the test 2S Average Amuai Sales over One anda Halt flon- bottIc Doe this record otmerit ealto you No Cure No PAY sac Eadoe4 with wery ots1e is a Ten t package of Groves lkkJlOot LMr PIlI I = 11i11 a Hartford Republican tuned by the lUrtlord VuhUhingCompnn- yhrroatawxsgnJ =EtxrcO1 C- IcUZZlcz1anc34ou h 11112FRIDAY JUNI12- ItncaotAdvertleing TmnHent nd ertlMmwiU sec per Itch flint ln ertlon2 c per Inch each nddltlonatlniwrtlon- SptcliU filtH on jttalr contract Local notice lecperlluednt tnnortlon Be per line each additional Insertion Cards ol thank resolutions and otltnurlM 10 tcnUallne Own In ndmncc REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE DR A D PARK Rockport Ky FOR CIRCUIT COURTCtBRK E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky- AnODYCEafEiTf For Stnte Senntor We are anthorUed to announce nON A B 01 A eandldaU lor StaU Senator ttofromthe action ot the Republican party We nre anthorlied to nnnounw 81 8TKVEXS GA A candidate for State Senator from the Be enth Senatorial District bject to the action ot the Republican party- Wearertuthorned to announce P DAKKIl testate Henator fromcandidateRIIOADS oe a the Seventh Senatorial dUtrlct subject to the action ot the Republican party WHAT did you aay about pardon brokers Mr Hendrick TnE CJ seems to be stupendously and overwhelmingly unanimous for Allie Youug How long has the office of Com monwealths Attorney been vacant in the sixth judicial district How would John 0 Willis do for the Republican nominee for Superin tendent of Public Instruction FROM the meditations of Chairman Young What is man but a hot ful wart on the heel of time Join C WOOD of lit Sterling is being boomed for the Republican nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals JOB certainly never had any expe rience in the newspaper business or his reputation would not stand out so preeminent PRESIDENT Blocurn says that the ten men who keep their pledges are worth four hundred who will not Of course be is right THE Democrats cant agree on a candidate for President in 1904 Our guess is they will have to be con tent with another Republican THE kind of State government the Democrats are giving Missouri and other Southern Stales is mighty poor argument in favor of a change in the national administration DIVEKS remedies for the present good times are being offered by the Democrats in different parts of the country Democratic medicine should always be shaken before taken PERU has successfully put into op eration the law passed two years ago adopting the gold standard The monetary unit is the Peruvian pound identical with the British pound IT is better to love than to be loved Since wo saw this we have decided to take a now lease on life extending from July 4th on through the wide stretch of the revolving years of eternity REFORMS from Breathitt county from the massacres in Macedonia and from the outrages perpetrated on the Hebrews in Russia lead us to believe that the spirit of universal brother hood is only manifesting itself in patches DURING the short time that Crippa Beckham has occupied the Executive shack at Frankfort be has granted twenty seven pardons to criminals in Breatbitt county the majority of whom were convicted of murder or manslaughter This clearly demonstrates the fact that Judge Hargis and Sheriff Callahan are not alone re sponsible for the long list of cold blooded atrocites which have terror ized Breathitt county and done so much to injure the State WEDNESDAYS CourierJournal devoted a two column editorial to praising Joseph W Folk a prosecuting attorney in Bt Louis The OJ is to be congratulated for its good taste Folk has been instrumental in send ing enough members the State Leg islature of Missouri to the penitentiary to make a quorum to transact busi ness A man who can breathe the pestilential atmosphere of political St Louis and Missouri and not be come contaminated wouldcertainly be immune from smallpox TUB Federal grand jury broke over into the Jefferson club in St Louis last week Indictments were found against John P Dolon chairman of the Democratic city central commit tee Frank Uarrett a member of the police forco and Thomas E Barrett K clerk of the Court of Appeals all members of the Jefferson club Seems like all of the prominent 7 Demo crats in Missouri are obitious to get into the penitentiary OUGHT not every Republican in Kentucky who loves his State who believes in tho fair and impartial ad ministration of justice and who has grown weary of the extravagance and sway of a gang of South American politicians at Frankfort to take courage from the declaration of W 0 Bradley at a Republican rally at Music Hall Tuesday a evening Ho said Never was there such a time for A victory the air is full of victory the stars sing victory in the skies There is every reason why we should win no reason why we should lose unless we act the fool and quarrel with each other Let us plant our coun trys flagon the Capital at Frankfort as we planted it in 95 and when wo plant it let us keep it there- IN addition to a stock law electric lights and macadamized streets Hart ford needs more dogs Always anx ious to promote public welfare in any way wo have decided to take up this pressing public need We think we have become poor enough to own a few dogs and we are going to mako this liberal otter To every onp who is ten years behind on his subscription wo will agree to take onehalf his arrearage in dogs at 30c apiece No restriction as to kind or quantity They all look alike to us We will sit at our desk wrapped in the wild shoreless waste of shrinking un certainty and bordered round about with tho eternal stillness of tho good old summer time to await tho first consignment WE recall with a degree of sadness the mnhitude of sorrows which crowd into almost every life Tha man who meets you on business the woman who bears the burdens pf daily toil or rolls by in an automobile the soft handed and soft headed dude who loats at ease the brave hearted son of toil each of these has some troubles to bear and most all would movo on with lighter hearts if they were met with words of sympathy and social cheer The divine gospel of good willby far the most profound of all revealed truthsshould be carried not to tho benighted heathen of oth er lands but to our homes our of flees and our own hearts Men die but sorrow never din The crowding yean dlrlde In vain And the wide world IA knit with tlte Ot common brotherhood In pain r j RENDER KY j fTf YTTTT TfT KTTTTTf TT Tf I 1 1 t t 11 Mr J S Spence of Central City has taken charge as manager of the store here for the C C I Co Mr Brown will go into business at Is landsMr Simon Jones went to Central City last Sunday Miss Manda Howard of Central City is visiting Mr and Mrs Jas A Fulkerson at this writing Mr Thomas Todd of Smallhous was in town Wednesday on business Charles Cargal was in Echols this weekMisses Ethel Tharpe Laura Fisher Vaden Fentress Llllle Francis and Messrs Judson Rowe and Ernie Wakeland spent Sunday afternoon In RockportMr Mrs Saulaburg visited in Central City Sunday Messrs Sam Taylor and L Pate oi Beaver Dam were In town Sunday Mr Richard Francis of Central City is here on business Rev Shugart of Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment her last Sun dayMr John T Hocker went to Rock port last Snnday Mr Will Neighbors of Paducah is the guest of his brother Mr Palace Neighbors at this writing Mr Joe James went to Beaver Dam last Saturday on business Simon Stevens was lu Rockport TuesdayDeputy Sheriffs Clarence and Ches ter Keown of Hartford were here Sat urday looking alter the lawbreak era Chester Loney has returned from Nashville Tenn Mrs Martha Lauder will return to Herrin Ill Sunday The mines are running on full timeMr Otha Brown is clerking for the Coal Company this week during the rush OASIJIOnlAHew theTheKind You HanAtoys Bought Blpture fr- ot I Tired of Waiting Owensboro Ky June soThe pa tience of T A Pedley chairman of the Democratic County Committee is at an end regarding the money due for boding the State primary election of May 9 in this county He has placed the account of 290 due for election expenses in the hando of Blrkhcad Clements and bps au thorized them to institute n suit against the State Central Committee and all the candidates if the money in not paid A letter has been written to Secretary Percy Haly ot the com mittee Informing him of Mr Pedleys action Mr Pedley says the election officers served on half pay and thty are entitled to some sort of cninpcnsa tlon GOVERNOR EC HAM Fears to Show Breath itt County Par don Record He Forcibly Prevents The Herald Correspondent From Copyingthe Papers on File Beckham Takes the Reporter by the Arm and Forces Him ThrOugh Door Frankfort Ky Jnne 9 Smarting under the disclosures made by an Inspector of the pardon record of his ad ministration Gov Beckham denied The Heralds representative further access to the records and forcibly I jccted him from Ihe Secretary of Stiles office today The Governors action created a genuine sensation when it became known in official dr cles and about Frankfort The Herald representative acting under instructions was engaged in compiling a list of pardons granted to Breathitt county criminals during the present administration and while engaged in this work this afternoon was Interrupted by Gov Beckham who Informed the reporter he could no longer have access to the books and pardon papers and taking him by the arm lorclbly ejected him from the office- PERFORsts BEFORE LOUISVILLE DE PUTIE3 The Governqrs grand stand play was evidently made for the edIfication of a number of Deputy Sheriffs of Louisville in charge of Deputy Val Kast who came to Frankfort today with a number of prisoners from Jef ferson connty They called at the Secretary oi States office to pay their respects to the Chief Executive and after exchanging commonplace greet ings started to retire Hold on gentlemen just one minute called the Governor and walking over to the desk where The Herald representative was at work took him by the arm and exclaimed in a loud voice When your pape- sees fit to send a man here who does not lie or steal you may see these records but as for you you cannot see them and you must get out GOVERNOR EVADES A QUESTION Have I taken any papers iron this office or any article belongin- to Itl asked the reporter of Gov Beckham Net receiving an Immediate reply the question was repeated which the Governor Ignored by saying No you cannot take any papers irom this office so get out and he half push ed and hall led the reporter to the doorBesides the Louisville persons present were also Assistant Secretary of State Simeon Cook Harry Tandy Capt W L Lyons and Secretary of Prison Commission Joseph Barlow Gov Beckham was very much excited during the encounter his face flushed and he gave every evidence of great anger He immediately return ed to his private office closed the door and offered no explanation ti any of the officials in the Secretary ot States office NO PAPERS MISSING Assistant Secretary of State Cool was seen soon after the occurrence by The Herald reporter who asked him the following questions- Mr Cook are any of the papers or records in the pardon cases miss ing from the files No sir none that I know of Do you know what actuated Gov Beckham to make the statement hi did this afternoon No I cannot say as I did not die cuss It with him Harry G Tandy one of the assls tants in the Secfetary of States office in answer to a question by The Her aid reporter statedtlThere are nc records or papers connected with the pardon files missing to my knowledge TWENTY Vn BRBATHITT PARDONS The index to pardons shows that twentyseven persons convicted of crime in Breathitt county have been extended executive clemency by Gov Beckham and a majority ot thes- convictions are for murder and man slaughter PUnUCUY NOT RELISHED The Governor has felt the force of the publicity so far given the pardon record and especially is this true In the Breathitt county cases including those oi Fugate and Hudson who were refused a new trial by the Ap pellate Court because as the court expressed it the verdict was much lighter than the crime warranted The correspondence from those seek- Ing pardons for political reasons has been copied In all cases and this fact highly Incensed Gov Beckbam When The Herald reporter first asked permission to see the record he was requested by Private Secretary Edward OLelgb not to use the letters bearing on politics that might be found among the petitions In copy Ing the record in the case of the two Fngnte brothers convicted in the Morgan Circuit Court for the murder of Jesse Day during a Sunday service The Herald reporter performed the work while Assistant Secretary of State Cook was In charge ot the papers All the correspondence copied was first read by Mr Cook Politicians and citizens of Frankfort are only able to conjecture to night what Gov Beckham desires to conceal in connection with the par don record that caused him to eject The Herald representative to day UHH tHe e HHHUH H FOKDSVILLE KY IJi i Miss Ella Smith spent several days last week at Mr Ream Smiths near townMr I C Adair went to Louisville Tuesday Miss Alma Ford has returned from school in owens bora to spendthe va cation with her parents Mr Lon Rogers of Milton Ky was the guest ol friends here from Friday until Tuesday Miss Nancy Smith went to Whites vllle Saturday to spend a few days with Miss Mottle Holland Mr James DeWeeseschool Sup rin tendent was in town Saturday and Monday en route to and from his home at Trisler Miss Hdllle Moreman of Gled deane passed through here Tuesday en route to Sacramento to visit her sister Mrs H L Stum Invitations have been received here by friends announcing the marriage of Mr S G Drushel formerly of our school to Miss Mals Cary of Cincin natl July 8th Messrs Ester Martin and Albert Morrlsson of Owensboro were here Sunday Miss Mottle Holland of Whites vllle spent a few days here last week The ladles of the Baptist church will give an ice cream supper Saturday night for the benefit of the churchMrs Grace Wilson and little Edith have been spending several days last week and thisin Cloverport and Hardlnsburg Mr Wilson joined them in Cloverport Sunday Mr and Mrs J J Tilford went to Loretts Wednesday to attend com mencement exercises of the school there in which their daughter Miss Flora has been quite a progressive student for the past year State of Ohio City of Toledo ss Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In Staterpay the sum oi One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 Gleasongj Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature Master Commissioners Sale OHIO CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCK A W 11LACK Ilalntlfl A T ULACK Defendant By vlrtne of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren dered at the May term 1903r in the above case for the purpose of dividing the proceeds I will offer for sale by Public Auction at thg Court House door in Hartford on Monday the 6th day of July 1903 about one oclock p m upon a credit of sIx months the following described prop erty towlt A track oi land in Ohio county Ky on Muddy creek at the mouth of Pigeon Roost creek and adjoining the lands of Jos P Stevens and Marlon Sandeiiur and Jno Oldham on the South side and known as the Bell survey and contains one hundred and fifty acres Also a tract of land In the same vicinity nnd bounded as follows Be ginning at or near two beech trees a corner on the bank of Pigeon Roost Fork of Muddy creek thence S 40 poles to a white oak and beech south of Muddy creek thence down said moutheof Pigeon Roust Fork thence with said creek to the beginning contain ing eight and threefourths acres or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made Sub ject to the homestead and dower right of defendant Emily Black The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale This loth day of June 1933 ROWAN JlO1 ROOK Master Commissioner HRAVRIN WOODWARD Attys Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just whit you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating Mid wake up with a bad taste In your month They will Improve you appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach rind give you a relish for your food Fur sale by all drug gist RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A prescriptionFor Tbo t rent packet enough for annul ocaulohf uPIrIqra PlAN DIG SHOW This Years State Fair to Eclipse all Previous Efforts I Premiums Aggregating 20000 will be Awarded Successful Competitors in the Several Classes Although four months away plans I are already well matured for Ken tuckys Second Annual State Fair to I be held this year on the splendid Fair Grounds at Owensboro September 21 to 26 A contract has already been signed for Kurkamps Band ol forty pieces to play during the entire week Pop ular concerts are to be given each day the band being of such a charac ter as to make these concerts among the most attractive features ol the week During the next week or two the management ol the Fair will be enabled to announce the series of high class and novel amusements which will be furnished while the Fair lasts The attractions will be different from those ever before offer ed the patrons of a big State Fair in this part of the Uulted States So important is the faIr considered by the railroads that they have al ready announced a hall fare rate from all points in Kentucky as well as special rates horn Tennessee and Southern Indiana The Fair Is expected to be bigger and better this year than ever belore Premiums aggregating 20000 will be awarded and In some cases the premiums will be larger than those offered by any other State Fair in the country This is notably so in the Jersey rings where 80 will be awarded the winners The Associa tlon has also set aside 2000 for the Shorthorn classes more money than Is awarded at any other State Fair ex cept Minnesota Of this purse 500 will be awarded to Kentucky cattle aloneThe handsome catalogues jnst is sued 15000 of them show the im portant premiums to be as follows Beef CattleShorthorns f2000 of which 1000 is given by the Shorthorn Association Hereford 1200 of which 500 is given by the Hereford Association Aberdeen Angus 900 of which 300 is given by the Aberdeen Angus Association Polled Dnrhams 650 of which 800 is given by the Polled Durham Association Galloways 300 Red Polls 150 Dairy Cattle Jerseyd 800 Hoi stene Fricsians isoAyrahlrea 250 Guernseys 250 SwlneBerkshlres 300 Poland Chinas 300 Duroc Jerseys 250 i Chester Whites 200 Tamwortbs r50SheepShropshlres 150 South diwns 150 Oxford Downs 150 Hampshire Downs 150 Cotswolds 150 Dorscts 100 American Ma ries 100 Ramboulllets 100 Chev lots 100 For the following classes of horses premiums of 4500 nearly 25 per cent of the total premium funds are offeredLlghtHorsesLlght harness horses Roadsters Carriage horses Gaited saddle horses High steppers and Ponies Heavy HorsesFrench Dralt Per cheron French German coach Cleveland bays Hackney and Ameri can coach Premiums of 800 arc offered for mules and jacks At the State Fair which was held in Louisville last fall the breeders of mules and jacks or ganized a State Association and the Association will look to the success of the exhibit this year Mules and Jacks have not been properly recog nized in the State Pairs heretofore and it is the Intention to give them their proper place in the coming ex hibitions Unusually handsome premiums are offered for garden and farm products and the work of the women in the kitchen and sewing room Catalogues cnn be had by address- Ing L D Shropshire Secretary Room 25 Board of Trade Louisville Ky GRAHAM VREKLAND epNotice to Creditors- All persons having claims against the estate ot James R Coppage de ceased are hereby notified to present the same to me at my office in Hart ford Ky properly proven on or be fore the isth day of July 193 or they will be loreve barred June ist 1903 R R WEDDING Admr It Doesnt Scare Folks- to be told tho truth about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggs nAcareaholcsomel trotht h a f BlacRH r VIgorlorpleased will It It certainly restores the original to gray ltkeepsmyhatrsoitMrsHelen Aycrs Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years ana it never fails to do this workeither You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from keeping your scalp clean and for making your hair grow SICO a toUh Alldrealili It your drlllmist enntot supply rotsend mono drand ro will expreee the name of yournearetopreeenate Jddre a nfUl SHERIFFS SAUl The Commonwealth of Kentucky To the Sheriff of Ohio County Greeting We command yon that you expose to sale the estate of Gus St Claire towlt One house and parcel of land in the town of Dundee Ohio county Ky as the property of Gus St Claire nod bounded as fol lows On the Eist by the Hartford and Hardlnsburg road on the North by Hartford and Hsrdlnsbnfg roadon the West by Rough river on the South by town lot of Clarence Ar mendt which according to our commands you have taken into your hands and which still remains in your hands unsold as you have car titled to the Judge of our Grayson Circuit Court to satisfy James Gray the sum of 65 oo Sixtyfive Dollars with interest thereon at the rate of theIpaid Also the sum of 15 95 which in the same Court was adjudged to him for his costs In that behalf ex pended whereof he hath recovered ex ecution against the said St Claire by virtue of a judgment of theGrayson Circuit Court and that you have the said sums of money belore the Judge of our said Court on the tat day ot August next to satisfy the said Plaintiff the debt Interest and costs aforesaid and have then and there this writ Given under my hand as Clerk of said Court this 8th day of June 1903 JESS T GOSWELL Clerk By ISAAC T LAYMAN p C Pursuant to the above order I will oflsr for sale the above described prop erty at the Court House door in Hart ford Oho Bounty Ky on Monday the 6th day of July 1903 between the hours of one oclock p m and three oclock p m to the highest and best bidder TnrfMS OP SALE Thiee months with bond and approved security CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By R L BOYD D S When Things Slow Up The vital activities are automatic The will cant control them directly When things slow up though and yon find you are losing flesh and strength take Scotts Emulsion It rouses all kinds of vital activity Some people cant take a joke a New York Woman read the Presi dents lecture on race suicide and then gave birth to triplets Yellow JackctI Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion ibiolutilj nnoved tr the uu ol DR GARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Montr refunded If you lUll not pleated with rei cured thouundiwhy not you y- blafft xA D Hickttt t imminent mcrchintcf oryears rpm eon+ patioG lilDeflon and aa upon to try German Liver Powder byonew h great good- e III drill Ulhelt he bOnD to lIodIpa areaddeted eIIn trial- tt will cat you Only Jcents eD shoeld le uwauy the druggist u ulncrucd to Mined you money THB AMERICAN PIfARII1cALCO Evansville lad 4ALLSTEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS ARC OUAMNTtlD TO 1C SAFE DURABLE AID ICCDBttE THE JVORIT RIFE la an accurate rule and puts every ehot I I I poundsMade1 Rim Fire PRICI4ItRo 800 No 18 Target Sight 4 850 Whore these rifts are not carried In stock by dealers wo win send expre stampforI nnd otainlng valuable ioformatioatol d 0 THE J STETEIS ARMS AID Tool Co 0 eu CHICOPEE TAILS MASS 4i 4Q Fans Fans E 44 549 Again our buyer lids ransacked tho market for file y1 44 b1 49 43 newest things tho market affords null to secure any = j 49 thing by which wo can savo tho purchases somo J 4 e4 money at tho same time give ho or she good first f- cJo a y 4A 4R class material Wo placed on sale Monday morning jj 49I 9 Uventyfivo dozen Fans that originally cost tho 6 5 d wholesaler 5 10 15 20 and 25 coos each Our J = t1t4fi S You can save from 2 to 15 cents on each Fan jj 4 titI44 49 if q I 43 44 44 0 Belts 4 t At4 4t L Jj Wluto Wnsli Bolls 15 to 25c 5L 1 Ii New ideas in Blnck Bolts 2ii to GOo it 44I Mo 43Triffinhings i Mo 1 k Now lino of Gluny Insortiiigs 20cts per yd up 43 Now NT yrormand3nV jQ3 fS r o43 t ret 5 to 25cts each j 43 i 43i 9 43 W Your Mail Orders will receive prompt attention j- 5J Your presence will be appreeiatcllttofl st 1 LF 41 t43 Em P Barnes tf- y 41 ta 41 yf 4 ik 443 Bm yfi- 4Q lI 1 Beaver Dam Kentucky itt43 y SrM M M yC MMM Security Mutual Life Insurance Company Elnghan1toD N Y Issues all forms of Policy Contracts at the lowest possk I jlo rates consistent with absolute safety Why not carry Y your insurance with this Company Have the Policy Registered the reserves deposit ed with the State of Now York as trustee and makethis the most sacred of your investments absolutely secureeFor informaUon regarding policy Contracts call on or address E W PATTERSON Hartford Ky Threshing Machines Traction and Portable Farm Engines and Machine Supplies of ally 1 kinds made by the famous JI Case Machine Co for sale by N W Skaggs Dundee Ky i I RHEUMATISM JJ tcnrO1marvelous relieving almost instantly fry ilr nnd q J 1d it you are not satisfied your money will be vhjiorr t fully refunded I f j t t Ask ou ruggist26c50c 1 tj D mdt Co 136 VV MainLotllsvtlle KCg j 4 i I i t 4 I M We Dont Claim j To Know Everything v And we ate always willing to learn but what we do know is that we are cheaper on many things than other houses The reason is that by doing a cash business we arc not adding to your bills a per cent to pay for accounts lost Here are some of the differences I our 1ree CrcUlt Uonip It Best grade Heavy Shoos15 160 Nons fine Shoos x 150 200 fl JMens Fur Hats lath styles 125 200 t Best lauras Shirts fist colors v 50 75 fr Mops allwool Suitsi 500 750 F Yardwide Domestic s 05 00 Good Shirtings05 and 00 M 08 It Fiftyfourinch Tablo Linon 18 25 Good Blcich no starch 05 071 Childrens Ribbed Hose v10 15 i Mens Balbriggan Unllorwettr25L 40 lIons elasticseam drawers 48 75 Whito Curtain Poles 10 15 iDlenched Scrim 05 07i- Sevenfoot Window Shades 3G r- 25 Cotton Warp Mattings 20 30 tFSheet Organdies 10 12i quality India Linen 10 15 11Extra wide Embroideries iio 20 Beautiful quality Laces 05 10 Fino allwool Dross Goods 50 05J Fortyfour inch black Dress Goods 75 00 These arc only a few of the articles we sell you fa cheaper than credit houses charge you Study f your own interest carefully and see if it would not pay you to PAY CASH and buy CHEAPER The place to do this IS i at i j 1 j- r r t JAX r IJr= Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 12 Read Daviess Co Bit Tr Co ad Soda Water and Lemonade at City Restaurant Nicest Candles and Cakes in Hart ford at City RcstaurautIApples Oranges Lemons and Bananas at City Restaurant Myl M1I what delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant We have suits to suit you at prices to suit you CARSON Co Why dont you bring us some Fry lag Chicken CARSON Co have lots of W L Douglas Ox Try a pair CARSON Co IWe Restaurant has the finest and bottled goods In Hartford 0 If you have either old or new fenth I era for sale come to see Ciraon Co Cream Cheece Brick Chcess t au sage and Crackers nt City Restaurant Several hundred saw logs floated down Rough river by H rtoid Wed nesday t Telephone Rlleys Market IOUs for Bnbr Ground Meat All goods delivered If you are hard to fit try a pair I W 10 Douglas Shoes CARSON Co Ifyuu ate extra lorg extra wide f or extra short we have trousers to fit you CARSON Co Ice Cream Ices Phosphates Coco i Cola and Dr Pepper and all kinds of GdfinSdrugstoreDr RinG Osteopath la at W G Hardwlcks Call II needing treatment Consultation and Exami nation free41trS M James Select filed a petition 1 In bankruptcy at Owensboro last Thursday Liabilities about 1800 and assets about the same John R Pblppa baa filed a petition In bankruptcy His assets are 50 690 liabilities 5 23220 The County Bank Is the jargeat creditor f Disease takes no summer- r vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion h summer as in winter t Send for tree ample YorkJ9Mx soc I t- ir i r The July examination will beheld at Fordsvllle Dont tail to visit Sam Back In his new quarters next door to Fairs Mr P C Miller received word from the Adjutant General not to report at West Point until July 27 Our Serge and Flannel Suits areI summer necessities as well as sum mer beauties CARSON Co Come to see me in the building for merly occupied by J W Fords teed store SAM BACH knew printer made his appearance the home of W F Schapmlre Sunday night All interested parties OK Wanted everybody to come to the Economy Dry Goods Store when in need of a new Hat New Mllllnary received weekly I S Mason J W Petty M D Maddox and A S Tanner all popu mar Ohio county teachers are attend ing the Summer Normal at the A M College Lexington Dont forget that we have reduced prices on all Clothing We sell to all alike Come to see us when you need in anything In this linethe Economy Dry Goods Stoics New Millinery Goods received weekly at the Economy Dry Goods Stote Also a new line of mldsum Ifber Dress Fabrics See our new lin en Batlata and Cluny Laces The teachers selected for the Fords vllle Graded School for the coming school year ore I S Mason Prln clpalj S M Wilson first assistant Mrs I S Mason second assistant Mrs S M Wilson third assistants Owing to the increase in the amount of mall passing through the postof flee here the salary of Postmaster Wood Tinsley has been raised td 1100 per year to take effect Juty i 1903 No increase in his salary could come unmerited as he is the most painstaking and efficient postmaster Hartford has ever had Contractor Alfred Hudson hasjust completed the additions to the rear dence of Mr Sam Anderson making 10it the most attractive cottage home in Hattlord We sold a lady yesterday a bundle of Pound Percal at 650 She says she made one wrapper and lout shirt waists and had enough goods left to make a half dozen comforts Why not try a bundle CARSON Co The protracted meeting at the Bap tlst church will close tonight Rev Boyce Taylor of Murry Ky has been assisting Rev Coakley Rev Taylor is a logician as well as an ora tor and his sermons have been listen ed to with profound pleasure by the people of Hartford 1 Mr W H Moore has bought the meat market business of F M Wcs terfield aud will continued the bust ness at the same place He requests the patronage of the public The following persons make up the personnel of the camping party located below Hartford on Rough river this week W H Owen wife arson David Ovensboro G Bills Owen and wife Owensboro Mrs J MaryLulieEllzabethtown will join them tomorrow Sam Carden Bled at the home of his daughter near Webster Btecklnrldg county June 7 and was Interred at Pleasant Grove cemetery June 8 lIe had many relatives in the Fordsvlll and Shreve communities where he spent the greater part of his life He had reached the advanced age of ninetytwo years He was a highly respected and honorable citizen King Arrested Vance King was arrested in Owens boro Tuesday on a warrant chargIng him with being an accessory befon the fact In aiding Ernest Hollis who Is accused of burning the plant 01 the Owensboro Pants Manufacturing Company The arrest was made on the evidence brought out at the trio of Hollis King was a large stockholder In the company and It is alleged that he employed Hollls tc burn the plant to secure 79000 Insurance King was released on bond Sensational developments are expected SOLICITING STOCK Work Has Begun for the Owens boro Interurban EtecItric Road The work of soliciting for the Ow nsboro and Hartford electric roodI was begun Wednesday Messrs Vade Gushing and Charles A Hop lnsol Cincinnatlheld a conference at the Rudd HouseWedncsday afternoon and discussed the progress which halfj been made x Mr Stewart who has had charge of urveying the proposed route has reo turned to the city and reports most favorably as to the condition along wayMr who is an expert so Icltor for interurban lines will make a complete canvass of the city and runty offering stock for sale All of the interested parties ate enthusiastic In the present success of the line Mr Cushing left for Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon I The electric railway which Is to connect Owensboro and Hartford Is reared if the right of way can be se Fred The man who would refuse the right of way alter ito many efforts have been made to secure the road is nothing less than a public enemy to enterprise and progress Mr Holbrook thinks that we will secure the road beyond any question IC we can furnish the roadbed No stone should be left unturned by the people here or along the route f the present opportunity is lost It- wltl doubtless be a long time be lore another like It will be presented What are you doing to promote the enterprise Ifyou are not for it you are against it If you are against it you are an antiquated mossback and the quicker you abab out to Old Mexico the better for the community No good citizen can afford to oppose the railroad rHHH tttHHttHHtHHISu- nday 1Ue evening the two small aughterfol Mrs Halite Cargal of Ichols came near losing their lives on Doe Run tressle just northof own They were coming to RockI port alone and owing to the high wafter they were compelled to walk the tics ou top of the trestle When about half way across a north bound freight train came round the curve The children became excited and tried to reach the end from whence they had started and one succeeded but the slipper of other child caught In etween the ties and she tried in vain to loose her foot and finally escaped uninjured The scene was witnessed b1a large number of people Misses Cora Reid Mabel Maddox aud Mrs Mabel Smith of Louisville visited in Hartford Sunday Mr Owen Carpenter Hartford was visited friends here Monday Mrs Alvin Howe of Muhlenberg county visited Mrs Mattie Ham Sunday Mr Met Wilson went to Hartford Tuesday Mr O S Beck Evansvllle was ere Tuesday Miss Beetle Brown was in Hartford SaturdayThe of the Presbyterian Lurch will give an ice cream supper on the school premises June 12 Notice The third annual celebration of undee Lodge No 733F A M- wltl be held at Sylvana Park Dundee Ky Saturday June 27 1933 in honor oi St folios Day with a grand larbecure EP Moore JV Sproule aud HC Acton Committee 4551 I t r J t f144344444H43 H +mH44bP- ERSONAL MENTION t HH trtttHH IH tit H H I R H Rains Rosihe was In town Friday Dob Her Rockport was In town MondayFritz Jenny Matanzas was In town Monday v R O Neel Fordsvllle was In town MondayS Paris Clear Run was In tOwn SaturdayDr Render was In town TuesdayCort Sunnydale was In town WednesdayG Royal Magan was In town Friday- J D Holbrook Dnford was In the city Tuesday J A Stewart Beda was in Hartford Monday- E E Rhodes Deanefield was In town Monday W L Frank Owensboro was In town Monday Sherman Vlck Owensboro was In town Monday Claude Chick Beaver Dam was In town Monday- J W Martin Louisville was In town Monday Sam T levy Frankfort was in town Monday TL L Neel Morgantown was ir town Sunday Henry Loyd Beaver Dam was It town Tuesday Lon Rogers of Milton Ky was in town Tuesday E E Rogers Beaver Dam was In- town Tuesday Henry Stewart Rosine was in town Tuesday- E C Rose Central City was in town Tuesday John H Park Clear Rnn was in wn Saturday- C E Smith Morgantown was in- ic city Sunday Byron C Barnes Beaver Dam was town Sunday W R Cook Beaver Dam was in lhe city Monday- Warren Whitney Owensboro was In town Tuesday- C A Shaver Livermore was Into city Tuesday- J L R Maddox Rockport was in artford Monday- W P God Centertown was in iartford Saturday Herman Render Centertown was n town SaturdayIAlbert Cox Sulphur Springs was lu town Saturday Allen King Westerfield was in town Wednesday- C i S Bennett Narrows was in own WednesdayIT W Barrett Barretts Ferry wsI- n the city Tuesday John H Barnes Beaver Dam wa- In town Wednesday Mrs W H Griffin will return from rowley tomorrow Dr B F Patterson McHenry was 111 town Wednesday Marvin Black returned Monday lrom Springfield Ill Rev E D Maddox Centertown was in town yesterday- H A Park Clear Run was a caller it this office Tuesday- A L Madison Bowling Green was In the city Saturday Deputy Sheriff To Roberts Fords llle was in town yesterday Silas L Stevens Cromwell was in Hartford Monday and Tuesday Supt DeWeese visited his mother at Shreve Saturday and Sunday Alva Duke St Louis visiting rel atlve in Ohio county this week Rowan Holbrook went to Clnclnna tI last Friday returning Sunday J A Anderson visited relatives in wensboro Friday and Saturday- J C Park Clear Run gave us n pleasant call while in town Friday- E B Finley Balzetown gave us a easant call while in town Friday Mrs A H Rowan visited relatives In Oweneboro Monday and Tuesday Prof B Hamlett Henderson Ky- was In town yesterday He is prlncl pal of Corydon Public Schools Miss Grace Park Andcrsonvllle ivies county visited Mr and Mrs B M Woodward the first of the week A E Ellis who has been attend lug the Valparaiso College Valparal so Ind returned home last Saturday Mrs Mayworth Barnard and chll dren Owensboro are visiting the family of Mr Sam Baruett this week Mrs K H Howard and two chll dren Owensboro visited the family of Rev R D Bennett Wednesday and Thursday Mrs F M Joplln nod Mrs Shelby CrowleyIa row to visit relatives Miss Hazel Toppln South Carroll tOUt wilt visit Miss Ida Park next eekSheriff Cal P Keowx attended the treet Fair at Greenville Friday and Saturday Peal Tweddell went to Louisville luuday where he goes to engage in business Sherman Park left Wednesday for tpwllng Green to look after business Interests Miss Andrie Bennett Grsenvllleis1 h 1 visiting Mr and Mrs R L Tweddel this week P H Hafly wife and little niece Haffy Cecil are visiting Mrs Julia Wedding this week Misses Nellie Davis and Catharlm Fay Livermore visited Mrs A H Rowan here Tuesday A R Carson came down from Louisville Monday to spend about two weeks In Hartford Willie Felix returned Monday Iron Springfield Ill where he has beet since the first of March Mrs C E Morrisapn and Miss Mettle Reynolds who is spending the summer with Mrs Morrlsson left Saturday for a two weeks visit to relatives at Reynolds and Forfsvllle Miss Ella Herring will leave tomorrow for Bowling Green where sbe goes to complete her business trait lug in the Cherry Bros Business Col legeMrs Amanda Kartz Evansvllle Mrs Charles Norton Boonvllle Ind and Mr A P King Owensboro arc visiting Mrs Nancy S King and other relatives here this week Capt Oscar Bishop wife and son John Hocker Corbin Ky arrived ic Hartford Wednesday They will spend aweek in visiting the family of D M Hocker and Capt Bishops parents near Centertown OAIBTOnXABears tlui iha Kind yon flan uwas Baugh- tBlJuture tf EG Ior What is a Democrat- A Democrat Is one who has the Impudence to assert but lacks thi acts and courage to maintain One who Ignores an Interroga tlon point for the reason that the sign in punctuation does not always mply a negative avernment One who is constantly seeking for a point ofnegation and lies about it Then found One who mistakes the platudln- us monthjngs of William Jennings Iryan for the statesmanship of Thos Jefferson One who stands upon a political platform containing only two words Time honored and Fcrnenst One who endeavors to make the ther fellow believe that the magic ordsBe it enacted makes 42 to I- no more nor less than 16 to I in oil commercial transactions One who puts a candidate in the field and then Indorses him Without resource on me One who mistakes his own vlnI Ictlve manevolence for public vir tue Yellow Jacket I have been troubledfor some time nth Indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mass and have been taking Cham erlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets rbich have helped me very much so that nownI can eat many things that belore I could not If Ifyon have any trouble with your stomach why not take thesa Tablets nod get well For llaleby all druggists Master Commissioners Sale Ono CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY KNJK COOPER riBlntm- Y n C AESTIS AC Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order Df sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1903 in the bovc case in the sum of 18700 wUh interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 3rd day of April 1902 and costs herein I will ofler for sae by Public Auction at the Court- HouSe door in Hartford onMouday the 6th day of July 1903 about one oclokpm upon a credit of six oaths the following described propI tly towltj One house and lot In the town of aver Dam Ky being designated as lot No 83 In Tichenors addltltion to town ol Beaver Dam Ky and for further description see record plot 01- same In County Court Clerks office Hartford Kyor sufficient thereof to to produce the sums of money ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to execute bond approved security Immediately alter sale This loth day of June 19 3 RowAJt HOUIROOK Mnster Commissioner HKAVRIK WOODWARD Attys 50 RRr- ir O z- H w Yearsof Success MAO This is our record From a small- egInning wo have grown until our fac torles now cover many acres Many of to fifty faithfulnicelacing of their merits arid Did ever bear of any other machine with Buch a record Note a few of the many superior points of the WheelerWilsonNo 9 Tho Rotary Hook displaces tho old ut of date trouble moshuttleTbgFrictiontesaball bearings and per feet mechanical it to- bo operated with ono third less exertion bin Is required by ordinary machines It sews yards of goods while a shuttle machine sows two It makes the most elastic and most afoot stitch whether sewing light or heavy goods With our superior attachments tho greatest variety t work Is possible Do not mako the mistake of buying a lowing machine until you have vcn tho Wheele Wilson a trial Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co Chicago m y Spring Humors Como to most people and causo mnny troubles pimples bolls and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired fooling fits ot biliousness Indigestion and headache Tho sooner ono gets rid of them tho better and tho way to got rid of thor and to build up tho system that has suffered from them is to tako Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination tho Sprin Medicine par excellence ot uncquallct strength in purifying tho blood 118 shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rhourtf Scald Head Bolls Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism atarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but bo euro to got Hoods and get it today- CENTERTOWN H H f I t Lt KY 1t1 On account of the recent rain onr farmers are getting considerably be hind with their work Rev G W Shugart filled his regu tar appointment here last Sunday Rev L P Drake and family visit 2d relatives at Island Ky last week Mrs W B Tlchenor of Hartford if visiting her son Dr B P Tichenor if this place Mrs B N Faught and sou Dallas fMcHenry visited tie family of U S Faught here this week Miss Emma Morton visited friends In Beaver Dam last week Miss Gussie Woodward of Beaver Dam spent several days with her navy friends here this week Mrs M E Woodward is visiting the family of S Rk James of Point Pleasant Miss Carrie Rowe is with us again after spending five months in Dan rllle Ind school Mrs J W Rowe and daughter are visiting relatives in Beaver Dam Dolly and Dixie Gary are in Louis rllle attending school Notice Those owing me by note or account will please call on of address E G Kirby Narrows Ky and settle same Ithln the next 30 days It not set tIed in this time I will be compelled to sue on all outstanding indebted ass to me So please heed this no lice and save cost 47t3 H F DEAN M D Liver Pills 1 Thats what you need something i to cure your ilfous ness and give a good dIgestIon Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con tipation and biliousness Gently laxative Aiidr auti Want your mniutnelie or bard a bc ntlf ul brown or black t Tlitn we BUCKINGHAMS DYEttrto art tf tMimfttl 00 W P Nu A Co MIMM N H Real EstateFARM 0 YOU I havo some land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 5700 Good bargain 100 acres near Cormwoll for 400 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building- c Ono dwelling house and torehouso in Frontis for 500 a good location and a good mrgain If you want to buy or soil ieo me S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY ei I Buy From DL D SANDERFUR Beaver Dam Ky DEALER IN Groceries and HardwareyHar vesting Machines Farming Implements Commorcin Fertilizers Fioll and Gar don Seeds Etc 1 I- C I j 2iii r a u efhoro are somo persons who when they start out to buy an article of Dry Goods aro not particular what they have to pay for it aIiJlJstso thoy got what they want Thou thoroill are others who are economical in all I I especially as pertains to their wearing appar el and are careful in their buying so that they will not bo disappointed in tho value of atho article purchased = Economy Store is i- If The Place Whore both of these classes of persons wjll bo satisfied Wo soil at one price to all and that very low one Whether you care or wheth Iayou dont taro how much you pay for an article its all tho same You get full value either way You are practicing economy aIiwhon you buy hero whether you want to or And tho chances are you will get dxact I what you want Our New Spring and Summer Goods 3 IiOffor you a chance for economy and for a se at of something that will exactly please r that you will not find improved upon Iielsowhere All the seasonable things in Ladies Ii and Gents wear will bo found hero in at abundance Tho children tooits a regular Emporium for them If you need any wear ing apparel of any description call on us aBargains hero all tho time i IAreOffering Some special values in Millinery Clothing illShoes Dress Goods and Trimmings A styl at a very nomical price Remember our big Clothing Special for 30 days050 Suits for 495 10 Suits for 825 16 Suits for 11 etc Wo carry an immense stock of Shoes of all stylos and sizes Not most goods for the least money but best values for tho 1amount expended every time = The Economy Store Hartford iIIa r My New Quarters Arc replete with bargains of all kinds Como in and inspect ny stock which consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Trunks Mattings Carpets Etc The very k lowest prices on every thing in my lino I quote you a few prices Good Bleach Cotton 5c per yard Good heavy Factory 6c per yard Bes Calico 5c per yard Special reduced prices on Mons and Boys readymade Nothing Mens BlackClay Worsoted Suitsnazes 35 to 42 300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suits sizes 14 to 19 250 Boys Suits from G to 15 jears 150 Mens Fnnts 50c this is a worlds beater You had better call nt once as these goods are going rapidly lions Shops 1 Ladies Shoes 1 Call and examine our stock Dont have space toTquOto nIl our special prices Highest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng Yellow Root EtcYours for trade SAM BACH t Hartford Sy s uawvi cwvd Stad StobVf- cOwensfooro Ky Main Street between Triplet nnU Jlollrer Best attention gtren to itock lleadqaarter for Ohio county people JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor u If You Want To keep posted and otherwise wen informed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time rtffBEST5 THS CHEAKST eelllnJJeitmaiiPltlp AS7orllran o TPerdliNityd Ifndfor y a traart rFllcY laJlRt In hie lino arodoatee of this eoUfgo preferred1 Boren eI rleDred trwher with one n ape Second ud W anuUtreet the baelneeebooeee We are now In our new homenenret corner b1 lndlridualInstruction School In eaeloa- Ill meet 01111 beat arrpogeJechoolballdingIntheSonth tbojear Btadeit con t tee nt any tlmr VUlton an1 welcome E1 J WKIO11T Prate 0 r i V 1 1 T T i r 1 F i U Ji I I La s 0J J T t OR a R Ju I 1 H I Hartcord Republican FRIDJY JUNE 12 illinois Contra nallroac1Tlmo- Tablo Xw hie card toklni ev8undity 1e- 9C2JitnOon Norli lusIU4I PItUI OotIN- oIUdu C37ii rn oI1 dull1a m- NolV1 dn24Tp In So 1nl due 41 p II- INolnllueU42pm NoIU doel361 m- loCnl FI1 III- No18Itoeo am 01111 dna 240 lIm S D VAinIR kvot WAS iT ADREAHI LOriginaL Idwan1 floImcs was packing to goo hi woo1JnB whlcb wnl to tio placo the next day when ho received the to- l10ron t legram from his betroth da motha Como at onca LIllian Ia very U- ISatIiIng 1118 hmdbng whkhwas- nadT be hunltd to the depot and took the tlrst traIn It wns I oclogk In the yentng ln June that mouth chotuw bT- so mitny lovers n whIch to roullum- mllte theIr hnppInee and the tOJlQgli MonX the zouto had In It the 11m- freBhntofl ot ummcr But Edward IIoIm dId not uotco It Be wall far away flulnu hoping On reacblug N n large ellmlOOr resort ho W0- 9InezpreaIbIy dlstrencd to tlnd that the train wont no tnrtbt Ho must walt for one that pesrd lit 11 oclock It wns stll tlIIibt and he wnrkt too OOtQi not heif a milt from the ImUon- Tho borno Will bfllllnnUy IIgbted WhIle the guets were jUtting about Inptet- nroequo costumes prcpsratory to a fancy dria balL Tutu wai no place fo- 2ee In anxiety but IIdtmte not tellllb lag waiting at thl station took a wiclt- er chnr In a dnrkeoer of the plezza There he spent the oenIng When a canOe Will ftnStbCld tOOpk would proneae on tb bu JlDlmos found tta relkt toatch thwn and the tlmu- 1Ilcao rnws qtiiekly for hltl mind be tug dletfl4t 4 tlU bnlt pt 10 Tbei- tmp4ta1d to bG again In motion hit Tu abcoi to riM and retorn to the IltA- tSoD whMl gbncIDg ntde and slIGhtly bIgnd hlm b MW whit at firot be- forhe a ahoaf of light comlus throUgh a y1fldow Then ho noticed that It Va8- a wonian IIerrOllS was ot white though ot what materllll ho could not- lolL Lookfllor up lit her taco ho MOW thztt It Was mnllkrd also with white Ito would have den but at tho tno I lInt bo felt a band reat lightly on bIB MouMeiABToat denI pGfls1 th2OOh lMwlrd nol mind to a very tow moments ifho WOB thta girl for she bad the ap pIaroJ3ce of a young peraon and what Will her laterwit In him It did not oc cur to him that she could be a stmngor to him Sho mut be one ot the gIOOt- sumo friend ct hIs who had seen him vben be first reached the hotel and had eotight him mu Dubtktia she would amuse hers lt with We etrorta te die cover 1wr Identity por n moment he ant tilL Then notwithstanding Uq band on his ahou3der- be rose and faced Wa visItor You arw lIe pnuod The form- seemed familiar but there was too Lit tIe Ught for hIm to IdonUfy It She dId not answer his qoctton but slIpped her baud within Lila arm and led hIm for a walk not toward the entrance brillIantly lighted hut to a dark end ot the piazza She did not is ak and DoImea who Will La no mood tor such on adventure could thInk of nothing to My to her no thought of ooul1d1Dg hIli anxiety to herl but after all she might be a stranger Ote thing madu him IItArt On pastng a chInk In a window blInd ho notJco1 omngu1l1oseoWtl on her bead Ella own wOOdinG set for the morrowwould It be a wedding or a fnncrai7 Would the 8owort be ainnRO1I- 1oellOU111 or tube roea1 It It had been difficult for him to spodtk to his oem panlou betoro it wee wen nigh Impos- elblo DOW A strange dread rome ovtr him Then during a momentary brveao fran behind a Uoht ubstanc tooched his band It must be a bridal veil Was the ootume of a bride aount- HlolIl or R COIUmoc one tsuch occa- lonI7 Us coo14 Ot reuxfl In aU his so riot Ql flon havint een one A IItlenl1 tnfh1GDot seczx1 to be pl86mg trotS tt pi to IWn tt came In waves now hepplncs DOC9 ar Whatever It wnibedidnotwlehtttoeudUethokno was wAlilug tnt It Uln to take him to UIUAn She spoke no word nor did be wlA- hbn to spook Ills senses eoeme4 to becomo grdnaUy benumbed There It3 S tnJsUe1 mth1tug of cbat music mitt laughter IeoLdes tho drlpptng ot tounulo In the eanter ot a lawn before the hotel Thou the eoinda all mftod 5W17 togethe- Piiddenly ho was awakened H from Q dream by a clock triklnf nwas still sitting In the dirk contgf and h8 oem peitio was not with hIm Uocokod up and dowa the pllCSl but she woe not to be ices lIed be tlllJc asleep and drmnacdl No it wee all too real n areM and strode beck and forth to make itre he was awake Then ho beard a train approoob the statlea and knew that he had not time to reach It bqtON It should start on lIurryin to the hotel ome be Inquired the hour of leaving for the nozt train and was shocked to bear that he couJd not get away from the place till morning Who wall this girl who had kept him away from hbi boloyod lr1ng on a- slok bed and doubtless Uctoning every molDeDt to catch tH sound of his atop nw could hebno been so afrcctM b7 bee presaDCO na to iret the passing time There was nothing now tel bun to do but take a room and gt to bed This ho did but not to sleep lIe ross early and went to tho station The limo came tot the train but no train coma Locomotives hurrIed by IOIIIC cllrrrtnil box care and one bore wrecking apparatus WhoIM the matter be Ukcd of the station master The train that left hue leat night at- ii oclock went down a hundred toot mtb a brklaje Every puisenger was klUWhen Edward flolmes reached his ilosfinatlon Lillian wu dead She bad pnlied away the night before soon after Jw reached the hotel When ho tells of the girl to orange blossoms and bridal veil his friends say bo was dresmlng lie knows that Lillian saved him from the wreckF A MITCUEL ap J Tax on Bablos Extreme hot weather La a great tax upon the digestive pover of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cleam Vermifuge the children tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the dl gestlon of their food so that they noon become strong healthy and ac five lSC at J H Williams druggist 1 u Mir i Razz1edzz1eBy Ooprlbt arbrtbo B S 2IeCIuro Oompsny I Qo was lna1gnlicnntly small and pttln You could never remember what abe Loohod like long enough to de scribe her nor forget her long enough to lie tuditTorent R8 to how she looked The others were always arguIng about tM color of her eyeeyca that were bhw with sympathy gray with sadness green with mischief brown with lti4itonco and black ftro spor kllng Ithllnger John Strange vowct- ltatSth0siWorethunder and lightning color at that unlucky moment on the plot when he Mid with a laughs Miss Dtlzoll Razalodozzle suitsj her better I dont bvllc IIho over bad a serious thought Shos just a little feathery frothy spangled spteic of bu- mowty meant to amuse pooplo Rnz ledazaloi Wb the names Just made totS herTMnd ho wiint otT to sIt beside aura Lowllton Dndbe consoled Leura laughed wltb him ot course and by night the other gIrl Was eplto juiced In Johns idle words What a namoItwoel Deiicoueldar1ng1 Some ot the glrlsthoo who had not had cause to fOlr herenvied It You can see that shes rathor proud ot It they Mid as she ung and laughed and- danced and tUfted arid kept herself on the crest ofthe wave bynuila force ot pde1laazlodazle flazzledazzlot flow the namo etuclc and stuDgl flow she bated John Strangol Sboiowed and rOwed recklessly away out past Tragedy rock with Its jBigcd teeth under their playful foam The Strange yacht vezt past and lwzledaulo saw La- nra scarf snatobed from her hand and dung by too Insolozit wind on the top zuost twig ot the old gnarled tree on the rock flaazlodazlo laUghed ss she saw It and heard the OutCry There was n nark In her eyes thatnttcrnoon as she listened to Lauras pllllnt that 8he would not bavo felt so bad had It not been a Sift you hDOWIDut you surely expect to get It iacitr oselalmud Rozlledlzzto In grbat surprise WhY any stupid tither boy would GO after It for centthatls It oabody else dazes And she looked at 3obn us ho sat plllnl with Lauras glove John laugd easily Izn afraid that your brovo usher boys will ask B trlflo moro for the trip to the top ot the rock ho said looking up lit Laura nuzledozllo smiled too Au I shall expect no reward but tho fun of the yrimi A BUOVT 01 DIBHAY liz PLWOZDL- ULDLONO OVEn TnE imou thing perhaps Miss Lewlston will allow me to got It for her she drawled as she tossed her golf boll to the dog ItIs kind of you answered Laura sweetly but Mr Strange has prom teed to gtlt himself The blue eyes Wit the green ones for a moment then smiled conlldentlyat John 1 knew you meant 4a getltsbo said whenthlwerealone l couldnt- rea1t that little prick at her ladysbipa pride John kissed her blind Zn sUence lie felt like Q tool however as he left the hotel nlono a Utile later went across the fields stole n boat from a private bOOth and rowed Quickly out of sight across tbIl bay It was a Dosty job on ouch B day Though It WII8 low tide ho could see the troth on the bowlders at the toot of tho crag lie run the boat between two rocks and lprnng up Uw path lending to the top ot the cUll hero beckoning out over the vator the red sUk scarf lJuttered tauntingly obn laughed nil be maneuvered toward ItIlt would kayo been snore like flazzledazzio to hA vII lost It hero Wiscro no ono en earth can get U I dont see bow I canN Ho draw himself farther over the edge clinging bye hand to Q proJOCUag anglo of rock U he ftrotcbod forward I wish tlult girl had kept tIllM he added angrily as a JUSt of wind snatched the loose end ot the scarf out ot his roach Tbero MIss nudedazzle I hope youll be sotle l-As M uttered the order1 clutching the silk the point to which ho had been clinging loosened and with B shout ot dismay ho plunged headlong over the edge and tell slipping struggling slid lug to tho rocks below There Wa a long silence otter the loose stones had ceased falling Then the wounded man stirred groaned and fell back For awhile be Lay quiet striving to think ebony Iu ot once lie started A nil ot cold water slid under him and out aguin lIe bad for gotten the Udo With inilnito pain ho dragged himself to the spot whero hili- boat should have boon Already It bud courtesled tar beyond his reach Over head the guile were startled by peolll- ot laughter that rang round the craggy telandhrliterlcal laughter and shout lug us John exhausted by desperate tlfortl to climb ftbe the switirlslng tide IIiuoled vainly to a fishing bon tlllt scudded part before the increasing wind Then night came and the wind tllkell to hIm John was not afraid of death but there were some things lie was sorry for things he would have changed had he known ne wished bo bad not been fO unkind to little Itdulodazzlel bo hoped Laura would not blame bbr slow ho wIshedno otter nil It was bettor thAt ho had not spoken bettor that It had ended liS It did Laura was only amusing herself after all as he had started to do She would regret him very littlenot enough to lIPOII her win ter now differently Unnlednule would feel for any one she lovedi lie smiled IlB everyone smiled when thinking of her Gradually his post stood out In perspective and he understood It Her dark ayes looked ol1llm blue opll forgIving Sho was tile real sort ho said to hImself as It life were all over for her too lIe sighed Illt lag hlmsolt by Instinct as high os ho could In thltrlsIDgWltcr Every wave brko over him now The foam looked lIke sea faces come up to stare at him I OOpo little RRzzlelloulo would think this the right sort ot courage What W08 that fled some onecalled7 Ito stared listening Above the plunge a break of water John John I cider 4ow ai It In shame ot entreating hIm Laura could It be1 And yet who else ne listened In his tenso eajernoss forgetting to answer fear tuttbot a motion would dlspeltho Btran sweet fancy 1Johni Oooo4i John Where are tJohn And RoullH1llZZlco taco beger passionately searchIng and stripped ot all Its scorn glimmered out ot- Ui darkness close nt his aids I S S Dont 1111 you love mo because jut because II have she began In a harsh gasping ab when ho tried to toil her It you knew how I had wthited you to die and then I had to mo after rou bacanaebacanseoh you mustnt forgive mel liato snot I deserve ltl nut John laughed oven there It I should hate the one who loved mo enough to risk her Ute for mine what can I give tile ono who loved mo only well enough to risk my life for this bIt ot silk And the scarf Itself was too answer YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC wII you take OroTe Tate1ss Chill Tonic rInM tha formula IJI plalol printed on ever bot tie Oowlng lhnUt I Imply Iron anti ululolo- atatele form o Cure o 1a3 tt DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK KldoC1 Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news uapers Is lure to of the wonderful cures made by Dr- KIimersSwampRoct the great kIdney liver remedyIt cal trIumph of the nineteenth century discovered after years of byDrneat kidney and bladder specIalist and Is wonderfully succezdul to prompt curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bias and BrIghts DIseaSe which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr SwampRoot Is not rca cmmended for everylhlng but U ou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will bo found lust the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among Ihe helpless too poor 10 purchase relief and has proved so sucocssfulln every so Ihat a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a ample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your addresa to CoBlnghamton regular fifty cent and noinbtswmpsc druggtstDont r the name SwampRoot Dr Kllmert BlnghamloDN Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 pci year in advance CumberlandTELEPHONE AN- Dlelegraph Co ncorporatL Theresnotbing the matter with mybusluesa I have the Cumber land Telephone In say residence au i place of business My busnes hsu Increased and my wifes voice iflnev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service an i gentlemanly competition IL PaNOWhINf a- iLLCT 9- CLIjtlll TALNA- re operated by ibo Uow ott TEXiblJI v ArdfM NOrthaaDotwun X t st BIRMINGUAM EAUIIISj I itn- dttNorth and WesL1I ll3two- etOILLAOfr i t4d- 3i I- hv Northtr Observallon Cnf managementet Fird mont of the Iucatuinla J vj1 t 2 Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought nil iTlilelt has hccll In uso for over 30 years has borne the sJJt1utllro o- l4r nnl Las been n1ulo uszilr 11L1 p- csz anna suporiIou sioen Its lnfisioy sJloVitOofl0 to dccohc you ttttlllit All Counterfeits ImitatIons nUll JustItsgood nra Imt Experiments that trifle with anil endanger Usa health of litfinits nUll hIIdrenExpcrIcnco against Exporimont What is CASTORIA Castorin Is n harmless sutlStituto for Castor on Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Plcnsnllt It contains noltisor Opium Morphine nor other 1nrcotio- stiljstancc Its ago Is Ito guarnutco It destroys YutJm tutu allays Feerlsbncs It cures Diarrhuai nucl Wind Coll It rcIlovos ToCt1IfsIf Troubles cures Coustiptitlon nUll Flatulency It assimilates tho Foot regulates tIO Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and untural sloop Time OhUI1rcn PanacoaTh ldotliors Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature Of ctIfJThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Nt eeTAva OONPANV TV W1RAY TUT SCW TOPS ern tt Jt 37838b Wabash Ave Fair Route B O Low rate excursions One WAY Colonists Ttc in the west southward and north west On sale during June July August and September Ask Agents for dates and lull particulars Halt Ratsto Detroit and return i Epworth League meeting Dates of sale July 15 and z6 Good until AU gust 15 by deposit i 31st Saengerfest olNoeth American St Louis Mo One fare round trip Tickets will be sold I June i6th and lith good returning to June N E A Boston Mass One fare I t plus 2 for round tslp Tickets will be sold July a 3 4 and 5 good return big to July s2th Stopover prlvl leg sITickets wilt be sold July 6iRnd 8 Good returning to August 31st One fare round trip B P O n Baltimore Md Tickets will be sold- July s8th and 19th good returning to July 25th Inclusive Privilege of extension to July 38t by payment of fee ofioo at time of deporit An trains via Washington For full particulars consult any agent B O SW or addresa O P McCarty General Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 or R S Drown D P A Louisville Ky Hot Weathor Woalcnoon- Ifyou feel tagged out listless and lacking In energy you are perhaps suffering from the debllllating eflects that wit create 8 healthy appetite makedlgeaUonperlect regulate The boowela anllimpart natural actl lty1 to the liver This Herblne wilt do It Is a tonic laxative and rlltorntlvc- II J Freegard Propr Grand View Hotel Chetiry Knn writes I have used Uerblnc for the last twelve years anti nothing on cartlsc n beat It It vnll recrisuniendad to me by Dr Tewton Newton KRI1 SIC at- I II WlIllains I sOAIBflears the Tie KIM YCI 11313 IJtt3p Baggt Jd I ROUGH corn ruvISCO- LPOUATSP1 Talk being cheapsndneceaaary you should patronize hattie t1ks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and Le In tal1h1lfdlstance with the whole cotta ty arid business points gererilt3 by only paying a reasonable rent tu the Rough Rivet Cowpn I they nut be lit the whole expense if1 youfnYSl We clnnrct with All Iu- depenlli1t Companies lau can on S T Stevens Manageil- aitforiliiCy 1 I School ANDp School Of Every Description Lowsst Prices THE CAXTON COMPANY Chicogo TAGENTS WANTEDi Worlds SWI Saeugerbund 22ndI symptoms OaXAI RIVER- TELEPhONE Desks Apparatus Call for a Senatorial Convention At a meeting ol the Republican Ixecuthe Committee of the 7t Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December so 1902 It was ordered that R convention be held In each of tht voting precincts in said district on Saturday July u 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend II county convention to be held nt the county feat of each county In said district on Mon day July f3 J903 Rt I p rn which county conventions ahall elect delegates to attend a district convention to be held atfiartiord Ky Saturday July iS 1903 at t p us to nominate a candidate for State Senator In said district The representation In the county conventfon shllll be one dele Kate for each 25 or fraction over 52 votes caot for McKinley for President In tpon and the basis of representa- tioti In the dlstrlct convention shall be one vte lot each too or Iriction over 5J Votes Clllot for McKinIryor President In 19rn The CRIUHdt reo- celvlng a majority ofall the votes cast In said district convention hall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for the office of State Sea stor In said district NIcHoLAs BAuMe hmn or S RAOANI1 Secv Club Rates HtwrForw REIIIRLICAN and either of the following pnpors- at the price indicated Louisville Hra1d125Lo- uisvilloi Post Dnily 325 Yellow Jacket 125 AmOrican Farm and Or chard 110 ALFRED HUDSON BUIhDKR It CUNTRIIGTOAS- Enriford nTl- IulMlo aod rpl1lrlog Jono b ur or contract Get bli estimates before you Kin you ODtrocf Via STI LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah ttheDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CiptCLECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE VIa MEMPHIS dlrecllo HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO and CAIIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE MalIaCrtsELECTRIC ra rrtsr Istarmatli AdirViuj Mills Lie AId1U R T G MATTHEWS TruIssgt love 2GZ EsIsbli SIg IDWITILtE IT- H CTOWNSCND G IIGT8T LOUIS- a ri ro Cure a Cold in One Day I oke Laxative Bromo tinine Tablets PAl ISeven Mmlo boxes sold km pest 13mOAtlls ThIs signature 9 1 Li77V1 J SPECIAL EmCES We Jmvo in stock tho following sizes of rubhor bolt that wo fire soiling ntn reduce price This lino is nIl good goods Ipndo by rohiab1o tInnufach1lo and iaR bargain Il tim prices iiutmod 3z5 foot of 3 1nch rubbot Dolt 4 ply nf 8c 101 foot 105 1 1Ii 4 plynt 1o 11 328II 5Ii 1 4 pl t t I3oII 275 11 6i II Iplyit focu260 7 4 1 4 ply at 18e II 325If 4 4 113 Ut 210II tJ a 150I 10a u 4 at2lu 75 io II 5 ply itt 33c II Lees IMtaQhinsG WorksJ I- ItoltioltAT1n n OYENSnORO KENlUOK Homo Plioiio No H9 Cumbllland No P253 H COLLINS SALOON ElAa ciw eYHandles the BEST and PURl ST Whiskies Wiiic und Bran ies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stonolml om Intornationnlspcoinltics Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO All Kinds of Job Work NEAlL Y DONE Al THIS OFFICE X 7 WHITES CREAM V ORMSVERMIFUCE For 20 Years HIs Lid aU Werm Remedies Wi1EIz- iaIIOX axx nnVGGrXSTIiJ Prepsred by JAMES P NALLAIeD St Louie For Sale by J H Will IIams Hartford Ky fREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST PPUlAR SCHOOL TEACHERS m THE STATt PAID tcboct children and ilebl- igcnrIly I InTlte to 90le to popeintctit each leo cut at ooe time All moor over aod above trip rpcnta of tecb- eflte o Into Cllhc- Kcnh kll1uUdlaallbe Its waillou OUT the satisfaction cf- knowlug wurlhlCWUIC Sn Iuportnt bem-I Iredtt the itme time a bri rectire Icog1itIon Conirit con dtCd suspice 01 EnaUunal ExhIbit Com tilttce or Jtsblbl- AuocUlIoalbe I orltuwlloa Iorincd to raise icse3 foci cutucy tluUdjnX 1001 ru1 prodabatniCalledlion recry educalor to Ui C- itacwbctbertcacberthput I IlC or private KllOOIa C InlUlulloalprolestantorcatbOlIcUzhlblt eommiUee Ione NaolUecioulchlldruoln Ui be cnnlted In tht XmluckDulldlulr ci the Jtcpoo lbPaIscee tory The uotcachns choacn rt I be Iucy Ixidt In being ttidcied thIs to the Par ltftryC- DUa electS It a owu mOil opnredurotor The couUty Outstdt ofjcffCrson CUUulf the large nvuibcrevotcswIll be allowed to rend two ttbcnUlc tuost popular and the second IIiIOft popular TUE TOTIS WILT liE TO COTS EtCH TL COiwunncaO i EALLO- TAtten eents each crery school chIld Ii the State wilt be able to cast at least oar vote fur Jala or her favorite teacher flat the voting will not be confined to school children rAnEN or rurrtS OR U1 or TIlDE TfllEtDS Jilt VOlt The purpose of the AuOCI etlon being to elect the motpopular school teacher in each county allO consIdered by the public generally as well as by the school iiiloti CU1IICC 10 club or tea pu my be arran and each giving tna cuts be credited with h lor vote If one person dc- tre to call tn wtn1t may be done t wrltlag Ltor hernameoa one or the apices sing one olfllar ii La not required that the name ot the uon voting be given at all All ollhe- paccs or voters names ma7 be len blsok The Asocistton wants honer to enroll in th Kentucky Ilullding at Blo Lout uxt the name of every child who calt one or more vote ii the contest Pupil arc asked therefore tolp their names plainly to the ballots ALL EXPE1SiS or Toe WILL liP PAID by the Asioclatlon This Will includ C- rilroed trsosportmtion rrom LoI11svliHllo St Loull and return board at one of the beit hotel la the city for sir days and ndmiulon to the exposlUon grounds or six days THREE PtflTIES WILL I1EUDE tOP rnox TUE JlOIT recruit TJtrUE1l8 to make the trip note prolluble anti more enJoyable Had ofthes partte will consist orrorty Uo leathers ThlS WOuld make a totAl of IotCChers but a there ere only zs counties In Ktlltudy theAuocti gofromALL TRLCIIEUS If TUE STATE STASO ON 11 EQUAL FOOTINO Lu thll contest The teacher with only twenty pupIls niay rtedve more the teacher with tin or six tIme a man enrolled 11 oeber school because the yoUng Is not con5ucd to tblldrm Thc public wUienthpotsntttor Votu ma be cut n1 t tsugbt ichoot during zos orL teacblsgnow Thl a the teacher of a tiT mouths which dosed LA NOftlllbcr or December the oppouun t1tobcvotedfordurlngthevacalloupenocLv Then tI floUmll The znorcldol Ian sent In for one teacher the more Votriheor she will be credited with ONE D0LTML CASTS TEN VOTES r TWO OLLAR CASTS TWENTY VOTES I TlIIutn DOLLARS CASTS ThIRTY VOTES POUR OLLARS CASTS rowry POLLAIS CASTS PlPTY VOTES TUN nOLLARS CASTS A lltflWiUZD VOTESV0Tn8iPIVU UOL LARS CASTS ONE ThOUSAND VOTEs All of the received in thIs contest OYcr and above that used In dcf nlolt U a theuomostpopular teachers of the Btste ontheirtripsto Worlola Fair wlllgufortheorec Iio at the eXIoltlonlo every voter in this contcs may have the addi- tiouni satisfaction oIkaowlUll that bal aided a worthy cause TIlE STA1tDLIO OP TilE COUERTA5T1i WILT lIE ramED VIIEQVTTLT is each county 1 o bow bla or herftienJ bow the race I run for fayorte achoc t- teacher The voteS will be counted under the upnIiIOD or the Itducallolllltablblt ColUlUlUt- eofeha AuoctaUolI The personnel or this comtuittee as lrof U O Itrowneil Lout stile Chalrutllo Prof 15V MaChomey lrlakfort Prof R r lIalleck LoullYllle lro W U D3utllellrdeotCsiidyLciIngtonRhoad Owenitoro Pror s tlicy Co C Cherry Ilowliur Green I Prof Rno a Spencer LolibyitellIssllIttie 811111 Loulville I rrn1mlly U BackenTouisvtlle and Sir N n Tucker Louisville tcmbcr of be Educational COmmittee are not eligible to electionS this contest UEMESIBER EVEUY COVSTT ELECTS ITS OWN fAVORITE TFACUEE Competition betwec a counties only applies to tile race for the ith trip the outside or Jefrersea tbe- I4rgflt total number of vetes being granted the dllUncUoa of sending two teachers uImIUttoryorAlliIIllCLIP OUT TIlls UALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITh 1 cast TEN votes for Weorl 91 A i i of as tile most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED i oJ i io 100 1iw 10 tOo I I krtOo too Iey1 I I lOo t lOstit I J 1 I 10a dtOo- VoIri i are not required tn sln their name but the Auociatlon wants 15ichool cbiidre- iotog s to do so 5 enroll them in the Kentucky Building 1 Voters have the option unending balluti direct to the Secretary of the Association orlo the clippedAddilionsi be nbdn1 t getting nlra ot this paper rIRemittances m lie made ly tcrtll tolchcd rtiltercd letter s cent postage empress o postal noncy order or in currllc7l1t ucmlcr rlik Address eli comniuniratlona to I I Kjt U10JUlB Secretary I IuLvlllv liy I 16 ji I OIreaCtfp 1 IIe Two DYIJ on v box 2C Itw1i ti rIPm CC lUucn C E SIIITn BARtlETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW UA ulORbKYoWIU rclltlovlrpro1IIIloo In alltheourtsot j iOhio alld adlololoKlOuotaodCoartolApecial atwDUoo IlITOliln all buolnolru1 to lflolr care Collections and the lriwtice uS trim 10111 and itl rIte lsw Sprolaltic COve 10- 1lllIIIUI1UIf llnllting mo B WIL50N 01 ATrORNBY ATLAW- i 1 I HARTFORD KY collectlonmnhiaabtrnctOfSicaorthdpnblieqvire IjE DAVIDSON 1 Attorney at Lawf- livrronXy1r vUI practice bll pror4MtOD in Ohio isd a4join- IgconnU4 Special attention tue to nil bii- s entruted to his rart i SF ROBY- AT1ORNEY AT L1WY- ORDMYIIL1 tENTVIiJY Will prerthe hi prukIna la all the courts or ArJIMI8ptt1111 E F NEAL Attorney nt Law HARTFORD KY 1 rAtUce III protiwIo is all Ui coertia leututt special atwOUn Idtb tocousetlon i01 dcdnt etatroed aaartlnlprect4cw o lice IIalrs Ortllle IOf V t J S WEDDIN0 I ATTORNEY aid COUUSEILOR at LAW IIARTPORDPKVW- lltpraetlceUa prolna la ollihe court of Ohio and IIlIlollllolt censUre sad thtourt ni A- IIfala lrompt ittnUoS In to all bashwa entrusted to hIm OSe No m Cater Iltrect 1 rR n WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky tldAttoriiy and KsamllinforOlllonlln ty 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