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S f- i THE I1MT10IthREuELicAN i Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAtTY IN TE rOaTa COUR1QALD17aIC1 Subscription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1903 No48 4t r p 4 t it 1 1 4 A 4 1 I 1 There wu a cry In the streets People rushed from their doors and strained their eu on the- atruKSlIlIg balloonist life pantinglick room was for gotten while the fain strangetragedyto the room to tell of the terrible struggle for life they had just witnessed It not occur to that under their very eye a more terrible more pathetic struggle was going on daily plttrulthangreatesthelpme Dr Golden Medicel Dis coverT It cures obstinate caught weak and bleeding lungs emaciation and other ailments which if neglectellor unskillfully treated find a termina consumptionIn win suffering on account of I Krtr cough hectic fever wasting of flesh and other symptom of diseased limn wrttea ker J Fettwrtnau of Uarium IIprtnp IrNcll Co N Ilrum lly gave DlocoerywllhherebyheartilyAccept no substitute for Golden Med Discovery There Is nothing 9ust as good for diseases of the stomach lungsDr 1clleU assist tbf acHon ol the Disco- veryMEAT MALT THI otyowIc awn RtCONtTIIUCTIV ThirVs Life and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combtnitlon of the mcatUl- coettltucat of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LovlrrUk Kr January u iw UKAT WALT CO LouUrille y- Cut3einsn1fssingeumInediur Meat awl Milt mpantton and being ilth- Its poI and nod ot muwlactur I can lute thai It U an efficient Berrt ant blond tunic It uriln Ih4 sp4tItqan lnlfvralei digestion and Intwrrnui ail duuc attended with debility Your uutr LDKASTEXBIXC M D LoaUrtlU Colltc ol Itannacy MEAT A MALT 00 LouUvllle Kf fCltmIIof UankxJ Stnlna CfOll8pt1ftluIfnII811IDI less of WemOV 4 Will matt UCH a STROHO Vlaw OIl AIlS PileS t70 d a 00- 6ffOfHttouNoIII alta ach Sot Aadnim ciItMiZtikttCIga ST LOUIS MO DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST CO OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital 50000 SlekholdrAdd1l Liability 50000 OtitraatM FvtidorCuslomiriSIOO000 recslvedJeCt to eMck Cwtt BMalnit to dpoii or Chock out All en b don by nU latemt JId on tiles deposits i I PER CENT for llmonU ior4 rtretnt torIbofterf9rtodI lBt n auIaII1C-all orwitltoo rarthcr farUcikn T II AJIBFItSCV ProlJoU Now is the lime to subscribe for The Hartford Kepublican Miss IdoL M Snyder Trcoanrrr of the HrooUIyn Last Knit Art Club I U women would attention to their hulth we P1more more happy wives mothers and daughters and If they would observe mull would find that the doctor prescription do not perform the many cures arc given or In consulting with my drought he ad vl td McElrctf wine Thed rords BlackDraught and so I took It and have reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wino of ardullsuegulatorQf the menstrual is a as tonishing tonlo for women H cures scanty too frequent i ular menstruation falling of the womb whites and flooding It is helpful woman piagnancy alter child birth and in ot lifo It frequently brings a dear baby to homes that been barren for years All druggists havo 100 bottles of Wine of WINEoCARDUIa 1 i r AN ORATION UV TOM jRlInRSONS OHOsT SceneA modem dining hall cli the occasion of a Thomas Jtfleno Democratic harmony banquet William Jennings Bryan has just taken his seat lie has been speak- Ing on hour and a half on the subject of Thomas Jeflerson the Father of Democracy As his sllverly voice dies away the hall rings and echoes with long continued applause Just at this moment the banqueters are startled and stricken into silence by n Strange and featful noise at the hail door It founds like the rattling tq gether of dry bones Hush Listen The knob turns the door opensIt entersa skeleton I The joints creak and the fleshless limbs rattle together at it walks A long white shroud suspended from the shoulders hangs loosely about the gaunt limbs The bauqueters tremble and turn pale ss the sunken eyeholes are rivlted on them with a look 01 horror that beggars all description Taking a central position in the ball the skeleton raises one long bony arm high Into the air and after this manner begins to speak Mr Toastmaster and Gentlemen It affords me unbounded gratifies ion to appear before you on this oc caslon lace you dont recognize me yet but youll find out who I am by and by I have been slandered and misrepresented In this meeting and I come here to vindicate myself I come here to make a speech in reply to the honorable gentleman from Ne natka who has just taken his seat I shall announce as my toast The Hundtrj of Bryan and before proceeding further I will tell you who I- am I am Thomas Jefferson I have clime back from the silence ot the grave to be present at this meeting In order that I might have a chance to correct the wrong Impressions concerning me that are being Inculcated Into the minds of the younger generation by the teachings of the socalled iresentday Democrats During my lifetime on earth I was a servant of- the people and I tried to serve them well I wrote the Declaration of American Independence a paper which for more than a hundred years has been recognized as the most pow erlul document ever penned by mar tal man The truths which I set down in that document have come to be the waybill and standard government for more than eighty million American citizens and they are looked upon In every civilized land as tie most vital truths the most all embracing expressions of justice and rightthat ever emlnatcd from the iraln of mortal man Just one hundred years ago I purchased from France the great terrl tory of Louisiana How wisely I act ed let the St Louis Worlds Fair demonstrateIn of the fact that I said all men are created free and equal and In the face of the fact that I set the precedent for national growth and ex pansion I have today been called the father of a patty that refuses to recog nize the equal rights of the people a party that opposes national growth and expansion a party that has no higher motive than the gratification outs greed for office Gentlemen I refuse to be called the lather of such- a party My dead bones would not lie still in the casket and let such an outrage be perpetrated against them I was the lather of the Democratic party of the past and rightly proud was I of my offspring but the Demo cratic party of today Is none of mine It Is not even distantly related to me I challenge your Matchless Orator to produce the least shadow of evldencf that I taught the things that his par ty is practicing toduy I believe that the United States was destined to grow and expand and become a mighty power in the earth And I put my belief into tangible form when I added the great territcry of Louisiana to the national dcnnln in 1803 That was the nations first step in the direction of becoming a world power and from that it hall gone steadily on step by step until It has reached the highest point of eml nence ever attained by any nation on the face of the globe The Demo cratic party as I organized It was a party ol progrear a party with high and noble alrap a party which taught and practiced equal rights to all and special privileges to none But how has the mighty fallen The Democ racy of today is no mote like my Democracy than a dishfaced donke y Is like a thoroughbred war horse I cannot account forthe degeneracy 01 the party except upon tbe supposi lion that somewhere down the tine there must have been a terrible poUt leal explosion and in the time of that cxposfoi the Democratic patty got Its backbone dlsocaUd its gall shUt el to wh re Its heart ought to be and its brnlns completely desttoyed Af t r that saIl occuronce the pcor old party didnt have sense enough tc carry out the great work which It had C begun and consequently there arose another great apostle of liberty In the person of Abe Lincoln He It wits who organized the Republican party and the mantle of lair government and justice to all which the Demo cratic wreck was no longer able nor willing to carry was placed upon the bick of the Republican elephant The elephant has proven himself worthy of his mantle and his fame has gone out Into every land Your Matchless Orator has just been telling you how he loves and honors the teachings of JeOcrcon Will he kindly stand up and tell me where and when I taught that men ought to be disfranchised and driven from the polls ou account of race or color Will he kindly tell me where and when I expressed the opinion that a government by force and fraud was better than a government of the people by the people and for the peo pIe Will he kindly tell me where and when I taught that election thieves should be defended at the ex theyjhavethings that are practiced by the Democrats of today and Mr Bryan claims to be a DemocraL If he is true to the party which he has led and which he still wants to lead he is not true to me and my teachings lor the two are as tar apart as from the center thrice to the utmost pole Gentlemen you cannot make my name a catspaw to rake the dumplings of office Into your political plates I am too old for a game like that I have heard the term idler son Democrats applied to political pirates and unscrupulous election thieves until I am heartily tired of It I here and now enter a protest against the further use of my name In con nection with the doings of present day Democrats Hereafter you may name your harmony dinners after Cleveland or Bryan or Hill or Stone These are all harmony men Each one has a different sort of harmony which he wants the party to adopt I advise you to mix them up thor oughly and have harmony hash for your next dinner Now I must be pegging along back toward my grave GoodbyeAs akeleton rattled off down the hall and out at the door the ban qnetera all cast a few excited glances at Mr Bryan who was vainly en deavoring to put his hat on tome thing which looked more like a por cuple than a great editors head and without speaking a word they all slid through a back door and were gone Yellow Jacket SS S TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Ijimtlre nromo Quinine Tablet All ilrnmlit refund the money tilt latla to euro B W UroT signature In on each box SJc O jBu IS a O3Et I flL wttha lndYoa Ha 1ot1 Bsar r An Apology Some years ago there was an old judge on the bench In Berks county whose decisions in consequence of numerous reversals did not always command universal respect One day in a case in which he was sit ting one of the lawyers lot patience at his Inability to see things in a cer tain light and In the heat of the mo ment remarked that the intellect of the court was so dark a flash of light ning could not penetrate it For this contempt the judge showed a dispo sition to be very severe with the of fended and It was only after much pursnsion by friends of the latter that he yielded and decided to accepta public apology The following day the lawyer accordingly appeared before his honor and made amends by saying I regret very much that I said the Intellect of the court was so dark lightning could not penetrate It It Is a very penetrating thing Kansas City Star ready for any Tarmr AT Eating Force H Thanks for Force I cat It three times a day Folka call me Sunny Jim Took some to the country with mo on s Ttslt rod the farmers out there tire I eating Force now WrLL Burr 1 I I W7 I HERALD Touches up the Boy Governor for Refusing to Allow its Cor Access to State Records The lion Breck Hill Secretary of State is a gentleman and an orator We always enjoy heating him speak But when he talks earnestly through his hat It Is a neverending Mr Hill has spoken as Is a spirit of Christian mediation trying to restore to his friend and Chief Executive Gov Beckbam some shreds of lost dignity not to speak of a few bits of shattered veracity It must be embarrassing to a Secretary of State to serve under a Governor who acts like a school boy and talks like a man who knew ol the Ninth Commandment only by vague rumor Naturally he makes an effortS to restore a wably ideal and Incidentally to render the remainder ol his term as comfortable as possible Mr Hill la so earnest In his desire not to antagonize the Governor that he stands by him In refusing to permit the records of his office tobe seen in the Breatltt county pardon cases As a true Democrat he will not allow the Constitution to come between friends Besides Mr Hill is not hiding or concealing his own records We eel satisfied he has noth- Ing to conceal His appearance on the scene Is merely to beg Gov Beck ham off from his own folly Wewhh him well of his generous effort to re construct or furnish an intelligence to the Governor It Is a noble act But when the Almighty has failed we Feel authorized to entertain a reasona ble doubt of Mr Hills success The only reason we refer to Mr Hills statement is because as a Mend of the Governors united In spite of the Constitution be says that Gov Beckham declared to him in effect that Mr George W Riley the Heralds at Frankfort was a man who would lie or stealand could not be trusted with the records because he had the number and character of the Breathltt county pardons- As long as Gov Beckhams accusa ions rested only upon the foundation of his excited and undignified bad temper In theassant upon burtbr respondent we did not think them worth denial or discussion Rut now that Mr Hill gives apparaut respect ability to the accusations by report Ing them as a defense of the Governor who repeated them to him calmly twentyfour hours later It Is well to see tow veracity and personal integ rity measure up as between Mr Riley and Gov Beckham The Governor Is exasperated says MrHlllbecau ehe believes that an effort is being made to misrepre sent and Injure him and it appearsI that an attempt is being create the impression on the public mind through The Herald that a very large number of pardons in felony cases have been granted to citizens of Breathltt county during the present administration Yet on the day Gov Beckham made the accusation against Mr Riley not one word had ever been printed In The Herald as to the number or character of pardons granted to Breathitt county appli cants The correspondent had aim ply sent the pardon record in the atrocious cases ol Fugate and Hudson There was not even a casual reference to any other Breathitt county par donsThe fact was that Mr Riley acting under explicit Instructions had just obtained on Tuesday a list of twenty seven Instances of executive clemency extended to Breathitt county criminals and was asking for the papers In order to luspect them Then Gov lira Dumps found Mrs Dumps distressed About an unexpected guest II There nothing In the house to eat I Theres something better far than meat the guest endorsed Jims view with vim When helped to Force by rceTLO RadytoBi caiai emergency LOUISVILLE respondent delightI correspondent misrepresented JimI Deckham Interposed by force accuse him of lying and refused to allow the papersto be seen So that up to the moment the ac cusatltin of lying was made If nnj lying was done as between Mr Riley and Gdtr Beckham it wnn not done by MttdUley If Gov Beckham feell the neevftl o proxy In his solitary possessions of the alternative we with him wfll In the search for one As for the accusation of stealing pa pens from the records we should think hat a charge ol thill concerr rejInclantlJMr RIley is a young gentleman whose personal record in Louisville Is unimpeachable lIds honest huh ful courageous and faithful HP was seitf to lrarikfort because he jmsscsc ed those qualities We expect any representative of a paper that sought to penetrate the facts about the ad ministration to have assertions cast upon him There hat been something ol Breathltt county morals abut the State House at Frankfort since the day nearly lout yearn afo when Gov Deck ham with the brand of A notoi Ions political theft upon his forehead took possession of the office stolen lor- him by his consent He is Governor today through the advantages se cured by that theft As between Mr Riley And Gov Beckham therefore we are quite suit that Mr Riley has stolen nothing We dp not know what there is con cealed in the Breathitt conuty pardon record that caused Gov Beckham to use the great power of his official po sltlon to cast aspersions upon a mod est genteman who was simp y doingbls duty under fair Instruct ions It may have seemed a brave act In the Governor It might be thought brave in Breathitt county It seems to us to have been cowardly While the records ate closed to the public much may be done There may be letters and petitions that need revising or need removal But If there is any man in Kentucky who would not be benefited by stealing or revising the records it Is Mr Riley If there Is one who would be benefited it is Gov Beckham Louisville Herald Chamberlains Colic Cholora and Dlarrhooa Remedy I The uniform success of this remedy has marie it the most popularprepn ration In use for bowel complaints It is everywhere recognized as throne remedy that can always be de pended upon and that is pleasant to take It is especially valuable for summer diarrhoea In children and is undoubtedly the means of saving the lives of a great many children tach year For sale by all druggists WANTED Yonag men to prepare for Government positions Fine open Ings in all departments Good sala ries Rapid promotions examina tions soon Particulars reeInter State Cor Inst Cedar Rapids Ia 8s YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC When you take Oroien Tiutrlma Chill Tonic lie conx the formula U printed on ever bin II utmwln that It It simply Iron and Uulnlo In nta tflM orm NocureKo Toy Sfc Kentuckys Share The disclosures in court in Jackson are more than amazing they are hor rifying Imagine a deputy dherifl witnessing a foul assassination in the doorway of the court house and fearing to confide In the Judge or Sherifi ol the county because of their known sympathy with the cowardly assassins and the certainty that his own life would pay the penalty of being an unwilling witness to the crime It Is a significant coincidence that Governor Beckham bai pardoned twentysix Breathitt county criminals within three years halt of them murderers and outlaw upon the petition of county and district officials Does the political partnership be tween the State House at Frankfort and the Court House at Jackson carry withit the assassination privilege lor Breathltt county and absolute Immunity to sllslneLexlllgton Leader A Splendid Remedy Neuralgic pains rheumatism lUlu bago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating Influence ot Ballard Snow Liniment It penetrates to the nerves ard bone aod into the loorllts healing prnptrtie are conveyed to every pait of the body aud efltct some wonderful cures MrD F Moore Agent Illinois Cen tral Railway Milan Tenn states I have used Uallaras Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in my family It Is a splendid remedy We could not do1 without it 2r 5ocandioo at J H Wllliamp drug gist Horse Meat Popular in Paris How much horse meat is corusum el In Paris each year Is told In are port just published by tlieStote Department from United States Consul Thorn well Hnjes at Rouen lIe says It Is stated at the Vill jut abattoirs that 23000 horses are killed an nually and at Pantlui 7 500 maklni a total of 30500 Of this rum et 10500 are consumed In the environ of Part t leaving a consumption 20000 in the city Itself The aver 1 rijii The Worlds Famous Catarrh Remedy a Pennia AJ1 J offroClarKExConqressmanexpress the I v good it has done him I Senator W V Ratllran United States Senator Sullivan from Mississippi writes tho following en dorltt1en t of Peruna- Idealre to say that I havo been taking Pernna for somo time for catarrh and havo found it an excellent medicine giving me moro relief than I have over taken WVJSULMVAN- Congreauun Itomulm Z IJuncy From North Carolina writes II My private secretory has boon using Foruna for catarrh Ho had as bad a case an I ever saw and since ho has taken one bottle ho seams llkp o dif ferent man T dont thluk any man who Is under a ncrvoua strain should Representatives prominence commending government testimonials Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales One a Million bottles Docs record merit appeal you No Pay Enclosed wkh every bottle is Wack Root Pffis age weight of each horse is said to be SSI 15 pounds There Is a total consumption of 7 I78177 9 pounds Washington tele gram to the New York Herald His Last Hope Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first ot Oklahoma to pajper I ing end afterwards his camping upon his claim he encountered much bad water which together with the severe best gave him a very severe dUrrhoea which It almost impossible to cluck and along in June the case became so bad be expected to die One one of his neighbors 011ChambtrJaln8Colic Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on the ground In great agony and In a few minutes the dose was repeated the good effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within on hour the patient was taklughls first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a com plete cure and he cannot help but feel grateful The season for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this Item ForsalebyalldtuggistCome attempt to ask the editor to write up every and rebuke eVe ery evil in the town And community but when convinced that such duties need attending to write and article for the paptr and sign name lor publication The man who is too big a car ard to thus express an opinion- Is the very one who will sand on the corner and talk loudly about the cow ardlce ol the edltlor Penyvllle ind Recoid eeHot Weathor Weakness If you feel fagged out listless and lacking In energy you are pet haps suitting from the debilitating eflects of summer weather These symp toms indicate that a tonic Is needed tuat will create a appetite make digestion pet led regulate the I boowels and Impart activity to the This Hcrblne wljl do- I I is a tonic laxative and restorative H J Freegard Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan writes I have used Herbluefor the last twelve years and nothing on earth can beat It It was recommended to me by Dr Newton Newton Kan 50c at J H Williams druggist I Cultivate a Calm Temper- S When the worries and cases of the John n Clark KxOongrriiman Was ton years a member of Congress from Missouri and for six years Clerk of National Hoaso of writes t- lean recommend your Pernna as a good substantial tonic and one of the best remedies for catarrhal troubles KxC ngreuumn A n Coffroth Somerset Pa writes I am assured and satisfied that Pe runa la a great catarrh euro and I foul that I can recommend It to thoso who suffer from that disorder Men all over the United States arc and Half No 50c a package of Groves opening seemed healthy natural lay fret you and begin to wear on you and chafe under the frictionbe I calm Stop rest for a moment and I let calmness and peace assert themselves If you let these Irritating outside influences get the bett r ot you you are confessing your Inferior ty to them by permitting them to dominate a Tax on Babies Extreme hot weather Is a tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cream Veimiluge the children tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the digestion of their food so that they soon become strong healthy and active 250 at J IL Williams druggist p S To accommodate those who are par tial to the use ol aforuizsrs In apply- Ing liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal troubles the proprietors prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube Is 75 cents Druggists or by man The liquid embodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly nbsorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy character Fly Brother 56 Warren St N Y Constipated Bowels To have good health the body should be in a laxative condi tion nod the bowels moved at leat once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dal y Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Kansas wiltet I have used lien blne to regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found It a reliable remedy 50C at J H Wit llama druggist As far as He Got A young man who had but partial ly prepared his Latin appeared at class one morning and was the first to recite lIe read bravely as far as he had prepared Then he skirmish ed on a little farther in the following ludicrous mannei I Ulysses saw her Dldop heavenly form advancing like a goddess in the sunlight I sprang toward her and she welcomed me Her hair tell down upon her ehoulderH like the sunbeams on Olym pus lIen eyes shone like two jewels rlUsmlarmsaboutabout Professor I 4 reruns uver forty members 01 Congress have written their In dorsement of It Scores of otter officials speakIn high praise of It Thousands of people In the humbler walks of life rely upon It as a family medicine Send for free book of If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tho use of Peruna writo at once to Dr Ilartraan giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo please to you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Uartman Sanitarium Columbus Q has over this of to Cure Test Ceat Uver bout day Dont week your liver great kept give Worlds Fair Route B OSWLo- w rate excursions Season 1903 One way Colonists Tickets to points- In the west fout ward and north west On sale during June July August and September Ask Agents for dates and full particulars Hall Ratas to Detroit and return Epworth League raeetlrig Dates of sale July 15 and 16 Good until Aq gust 15 by deposit N H A Doston Mass One fare plus 2 for round hip Tickets will be sold July 2 3 4 and 5 good return- Ing to July 1 2th Stop over prlvl eges Christian Endeavor Convention Denver Colorado Very low rates rickets will be sold July 6 7 and 8 Sqodietnrnlng to August 31st One fare round trip B P O It Baltimore Md Tickets will be sold July iSth and 19th good returning to July 25th Inclusive Privilege of extension to July 31st by payment of fee of ft 00 at time of deposit All trains via Washington For full particulars consult any agent B 0 SW or address O P McCarty General Passenger Agent Cincinnati O or R S Brown D P A Louisville Ky Tho Best Cough Medicine I sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of all similar prepara tions put together and it gives the best satisfaction of any medicine I ever sold I guarantee every bottle of It P C Jaquith Inland Mich This remedy Is for sale by all drug Rift CumberlandTELEPHONE AX- DTelegraph Co tncorporatrd Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business has increased and my wiles voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IL P HDWLIN Maur n l L l Jii v 1 II t 1 4a I I zIr r V THartfordtuned by the Ilnrtlord 1oliIUhlng Company roRroREP rc r ot o- CuJnbrlonc5l4no-uCh n1 r FRIDAY JUNG 19 Colt of A IVfrll lnir- Trnnnlcnt odverlliioniente 40c per Inch flret JowrtloniSOc per Inch each additional Inwrtlon Special rates en veorlT contract Local notlcw lOc per line flint Inocrtlun Sc per line each nildltlonnl Insertion Card of bank rMoliitloDn and obltnnrl 10 ecnUnllno Ciwli In fI41VA- flUREPUBLICAN TICKET ron RKPRItSRUTATIVR DRAD PARK Rock port Ky FOR CIRCUIT COURT QUIRK it G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky AOVZCEMENTFor Wo ore nuthorlied to nnnonnroIION A H BI5XNETT na n candidate for State Senator from the S Tenth Benntorial Illetrkt euUJect to the action ot the Kepnblicnn party Ve ore aulliorlicd to nnnonnro 8I STEVENS ftc ft Modltlatol rHlnle Senator trout the 14y cnth Senatorial Dletrlct eoIIett to the uctlon of the llepnhllcnn party- Wenrenuthorlel to nnnoumo I IIAKKIt IIIIOAOS an u ranUliInto for 8tute Senator from tho Seventh Senatorial district unbject to the action of the Republican party SEJMA has a peculiar kind of government It is an uncertain despot ism flavored with assassination FAILURE cannot always be attribut ed toUfate It is rather the imper fection ot our planning and doing TIlE man that marries a woman who owns a lapdog is a cheerful idiot who deserves every thing he gets TUE new King of Servia is Kar ageorgevitch He was selected by the Bkupschtina Tell all your friends about it- TIlE farmers eeera to be having their inning Chickens the size of blackbirds are celling here at forty cents apiece AT a cloudburst at Heppner Ore Mondayabout five hundred lives were lost and millions of dollars worth of property destroyed tAN you tell the difference between the selection of a King in Servia and the election of a Democratic machine candidate at a local primary ToE wholesale and disgraceful par doning of Breathitt county criminals by Beckham to forward his political interests is now bearing its awful fruits WHAT becomes of a man who is too mean to go to hell when he dies Any information along this line will be greatly appreciated by Judge Har gis Jackson Breathitt county Ky WE advise the new monarch of Servia to adopt the free and unlimit ed coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 at once It would be a sure specific for all the ills to which that semibarbaric nation is heir MR BECKHAM before you charge another young man whoso character is above reproach of theft suppose you read what Carlyle says along this line We quote it Make yourself an honest man and then you may be sure there is one rascal less in the world THE Aurora Nebraska Register says the Republicans would likeo get Urover Cleveland elected attain and unload another panic on him Any Republican who wouldadvocate the election of Cleveland should be quartered in a livery stable and fed on dry thistles and raw skunks A IAIER up in Iowa has the fol lowing report of a county fair The poultry exhibit consisted of two bantams and an owl In the horticul tureal ball one sack of corn and two cows made the stock display Thurs day the owl ate the chickens and the cows ate the com and the fair ad journed THE picnic season is here and the finehaired pinc combrick cuss with the red necktie is also in evidence lIe always wears the fuzz on his sim ilin divided into two mathematically precise hemispheres He is some times seen running at large on the streets but it is only the import ed variety found here FOR the first time in the history of the State it has become necessary to resort to a mandamus to examine the public records at Frankfurt No one blames Beckham for wanting to con ceal his disgraceful pardon record Of course he didnt want the people of the State to know that he had granted twentyseven political par dons to criminals a majority of whom were murderers in Breathitt countyI JOSEPH D TANNER Circuit Court Clerk of Butler county has announc ed his candidacy for the Republican nomination for State Auditor He is serving his second term as clerk Ho enjoys the highest confidence and esteem of his home people He is an astute politician anda gentleman whose character is above reproach Ohio county will be favorable to Mr Tanner PERHAPS never in the history of the world have so many avenues of s iccess been open to men who are wide awake and ambitious The mistake of being asleep is the most fatal error that a young man can commit The world will take small interest in a man who is not able and willing to do something which needs to be done To be laudably ambitious H an absolute essential to success Energy is better than an education because an education comes only through a manifestation of energy Only one life is allotted to each indi vidualand the utmost care should be taken that no mistakes be made because we can not go back and cor rect them The man who has a ca pacity to do things deserves no sympathy it he fails- CANDIDATEFOR CLERK OF TilE COURT OF APPEALS Mr S A Anderson who is a can didate for the Republican nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals has for several years been one ol Ohio countys foremost youngmen and one of our most progressivejciti zens Mr Anderson was born and reared on a farm anti began his career as a devil in a printing office and served in every capacity in the newspaper work until his election as Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court in 1897 at which time he defeated one of the strongest men in the Democratic partythe election being close and his opponent not being satisfied with the result and following Demo cIatic rules filed a contest which Mr Anderson successfully defended and won the unanimous decision of the Court of Appeals He is an active member of the Knight of Pythias Lodge anti hItS ale ways taken an active interest in the welfare of his State and county Mr Anderson always takes an active in terest in every campaign for the suc cess of the Republican ticket and gives his time and means to further the principles of the Republican party and for the success of the ticket His wide reputation as a business mao a public spirited citizen and as a courteous gentleman makes him very strong with all classes of citizens His nomination would reflect credit upon any party and his election would guarantee to the people of the State the very best Clerk of the Court of Appeals we have ever had or ever will have In view of the fact that the Clerk of the Court of Appeals is a member of the State Board of Election Commissioners it behooves the Republic an party to nominate a good man for the place and we dont thinK there could be found a better man for the place in the State than Mr Ander son Ball Refused Powers Georgetown Ky June J6Caleb Powers has failed in his attempt to secure bait in order that he might attend the funeral of his father Amos Powers who died at his home in Bar bourville Powers wired Judged Rob bins at Mayfield that he would give a 50000 bond if he would allow it to be done Judge Robbins wired back that he could not do such under the lawJudge Robbins has also fixed Mon day August 3 as the date when he will begin the trial of Powers RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind The E vent packet Is enough for usual occasion Tho family bottle 60 route contains umipply for a year AH draggtat ell them Law Scbool Send for lull information Address- H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Call for County Convention WHEREAS At a regular meeting of the Republican State Central Com mittee held in the city of Louisville on May 14 1993 it was ordered that a State Convention of delegates beheld at the Auditorium in the city of Louisville on Wednesday July 15 1903 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating candidates of the Republican party for the state offices to be filled at the election November 1933 viz- Governor Lieutenant Governor Treasurer Auditor Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics Secretary of State Attorney General Superintendent of Public Instruction Clerk of the Court of Appeals It being further ordered that the delegates to said convention shall be chosen by the people of the several counties ol the State in Mass Conven tion assembled at the county seats thereof on Saturday July 111903 at 2 oclock p m It is therefore ordered and directed by the Republican Executive Com mittee of Ohio county that a Mass Convention be held at the Court House in Hartford on Saturday July 1 1 1913 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose oi electing delegates to attend said Convention at Louisville Wednesday July 15 1903 This June 16 igij NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn of Hr Com Ohio Co J M DuWEESE Sec- yTegraphy Write now for our Telegraphy Catalogue All the graduates secure po sitions Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Kentucky FOR LAST TIME Mother Embraces Her Son Who is Doomed to Death Lexington Ky June 16 Mrs E C OBrien of Memphis mother ol Claude OBrien condemned to death for the murder of A B Chlnn here last October who arrived in this city last night on a visit to her son was allowed to see him for the first time this morning Mrs OBrien accom panted by her son Joseph reached the jail at 8 oclock anti was h w i it t tI e private office ol the jailer OBrien had been notified of his mothers coming and was up and Iressed bright antI eArly The scene of the first meeting ol mother and son was very pltllul taller Wallace allowed the mother to step on the in lde of the door on the first floor and mbrace her son alter which she was escorted to the office and prisoner was placed in the steel cage enclosure in one corner of the office where they were allowed to converge for some timeThe meeting today wllj be the last time Mrs OBrien will get to touch her son Present at the meeting wa Jailer Wallace Deputy Thornton and your correspondent and every move meut of the mother and son was watched vtry closely while they were together The scene was heartrend lug and the tears flawed from the eyes of every one present Rural Routes to be Established all Over Daviess County Soys the Owensboro Messenger Mr W G Johnson of Columbus 0 special agent and examiner for the United States of this division ol the rural free delivery system andy ed in the city Tuesday and is to make an examination and survey of the whole county with a view of deter mining where other rural free delivery routes are practicable He will make a map of the county which will be servicable in locating new routes It is proposed to make Da vless a model county in this regard Mr El Axton of the local postal force has been out in the country with Mr Johnson on a short jaunt and other trips will be made Facts will soon be reported to headquarters and It is believed that several new routes will soon be established Ex tra men will have to be employe and Mr Johnson will soon hold an exam ination for the selection of these S fff r RENDER KY j HH H HH t H H H Messrs Jas D Wood of Central City and Geo W Percell of Terre Haute Ind National Board members of the U M W of A were in town Thursday in the Interest of the or ganization Mr Jack Kelly left Monday for Herrin 11- 1Messrs Joe Smith Herman Render Earnle Wakeland Mack Duvall Judson Rowe and Chas Cargal went to Central City Saturday returning SundayMessrs GM Maddox and Chas R Ashby of Rockport passed through town Monday en route to Beaver Dam Mr Simon Stevens was In Beaver Dam Tuesday Messrs Robert Blackburn and Dan Fisher and Misses Laura Fisher and and Maddie Engleby left Saturday night for an extended visit to Her tin Ill Mr L Pate Beaver Dam was here SundayProf W C Ward of Owensboro was here Sunday Dr J T Slaton Sacramento was in town Sunday Misses Fairy Gist and Leona Will hoyt Sacramento are visiting in Render at this writing Messrs Roy Foster and Jas Lace field were here Sunday afternoon Misses Ethel Thorpe and Mary It Fisher attended childrens day exer cises at Ecbols Sunday Chars Curgal who has been at Rebels for the past three weeks has returned home Mr Ed Bailey visited in Central City Sunday Messrs Robert Pollock and W J Rowe were in Rockport Monday night The Render and McIIenry boys played their first game ot ball last Sunday at Island The score was seven to eight in favor of Island There will be a crowd of young people from here who will visit Alrdrle next Sunday Mr John Edwards Bevier visited Mr L Francis of this place last SundayMr Thorpeand son visited in Echols last Saturday Prof V M Moseley is visiting at Pellvllle Handcock county There will be a wedding to report next week p Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve you appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food Per sale by all druggist Charlie Taylor Shot On the 6ih of June Eugene Faith shot Charlie Taylor both colored through the neck Inflicting a serious wound The shooting occurred at Taylor Mines and had its origin over the proposition to nrrest a strange negro made by Faith to Taylor During the difficulty Faith threaten c I to shoot Taylor whereupon Taylor offered to bet that he would not Faith fired away and won the bet Afterwards they met talked the mat ter over and decided that they were mistaken about being mad that it was all a joke that the shooting was entirely occidental that it could not be avoided that if it was to dciover they would do it again that Faith should pay the bet to Taylor that they would walk adown the byways and back alleys of life arm in arm un til both will have eventually scooted up the flum- eWANTRDThe r address of Har rlson T Cornell his widow or heirs This manserved In the Federal Army during the Civil War In Company B the 26th Kentucky Infantry and at the time of his enlistment was a resi dent of Ohio county Kentucky Government claim due Address L W Hubbell Springfield Missouri H PH H H H t SMALLHOUS KY QJ H H Mr A M Hunt out popular young merchant has accepted a position lor- an Evansville firm as traveling sales man He has secured the services of Mr Evan Hunt as clerk in hid store at this place Misses Sallie Hunt and Debbie Taylor Messrs Owen Hunter and Berry Taylor were the guests ol Mr Joe Bennett and family Saturday and SundayMr Robert Hunter and wife were In South CarrolltorrFriday Miss Athel Withrow Central City Is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm AddingtonIMisses Mag Fulkerson and Nannie Addln ton went to Evansville Friday Mrs Bud Bullock who has been seriously ill for some time Is able to be out again Mrs Mary Storms Fordsvllle was the guest last week ol her sister Mrs G H Lawrence who has been quite sick for sometime Mr Isaac Moxley Is the guest of his daughter Mrs G H Lawrence Mrs Alva Galloway who has been quite ill for several days was some better when last beard from Mrs Susan Allen died at her home near here of paralysis last Friday and was burled at Equality Saturday after funeral services by Rev Miller pastor of Green River Union church She leaves a son and three daughters to mourn her loss Mrs W E Balls Rockport Ky spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs R H Everly Born to the wife of Mr Warren Brown June 13 a girl Mr Theo Howell had the misfortune to lose a horse by death Satur day night Mr and Mrs Jack Reid were the guests of their niece Mrs Win Stev ens of the No Creek neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Mr Andrew Addington and wife were the guests of Mrs Thomas Bish op Centertown recently Miss Maud Howard Central City was the guest of Mr J T Rowe and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Eva Vincent Breman is the guest ol her grandmother Mrs An drew Addington Mrs Shelby Ashby and little son Olt eWatons Creek were the guests of her sister Mrs James Withrow Saturday and Sunday Mr Harb Taylor and wife Beaver Dam were the guests of their neph ew P B Taylor and family Satur dayand Sunday Miss Lellc Hunter is visiting rela lives at West Point this week Misses Fannie Davis and Annie Geiger and Mr Charlie Kimbley at tended the party at Mr Warren Lind leys Mataozas Saturday r State of Ohio City of Toledo ss CountyPrank J makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum ol 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 l 1 A W Gleason SEAT II Notary Public halls Catarrh cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free L 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 Signature r f NARROWS KY E rsmsmHr Q rifftFarmers are very buy cutting wheat The crop is not very good The smallpox scare Is over at this place The seventeenmonths old child of Mr and Mill A B Renfrow died last Thursday and was burled Friday at Mark Renfrews farm The funeral was preached by Rev Rntcllfl of Fordsvllle The Sunday School at this place Is progressing nicely Mr E P Foreman who has had blood poison on his hand is able to be out again Dr H F Bean Auburn was here last week 1 WILD TO SCOUT And His Thrilling Show at the State Fair It Will be One of the Big Free Attractions at Owens boro in September The Directors of the State Fair which will be held At Owensboro In September are not only working hard to secure a successful distribution of the 23000 cash premiums lor live stock agricultural and domestic ex hiblts but they have a keen eye as well to the amusement features and are now engaged in arranging a high ly Interesting program which will be announced from time to tme as it is completedThe big attraction settled upon is the famous Broncho Johns Wild West Show It will be free to all who attend the Fair As a scout of the plains Broncho John has a place in the history of Indian warfare and in a startlingly realistic manner he and his band ol scouts and Indians will hold up stage coaches bust wild bronchoes and give a sham battle between a lone scout and a band ol red skins the scout using his poney as a breast workThere will also be automobile races professional and athletic games a race between an ostrich and a horse and a score of other things A Progressive Institution- The Southern Normal SchoolBowl log Green Kentucky Is a progressive institution It uses the latest and best methods of instruction Each department is furnished with modern equipments Catalog and full information free Address II H Cherry General Manager Bowling Green Kentucky Master Commissioners Sale OHIO CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY A W BLACK rialnttd ye- A T BLACK Defendant By vlrtne of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren dered at the May term 1903 in the above case for the purpose ot dividing the proceeds I will offer for ale by Public Auction at the Court House door In Hartford on Monday the 6th day of July 1903 about one oclock p m npon a credit of six months the following described prop erty towlt A track ol land in Ohio county Ky on Muddy creek at the mouth of Pigeon Roost creek and adjoining the lands of Jas P Stevens and Marlon Sanderiur and Jno Oldbam 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 vi cinity and bounded as follows Be ginning at or near two beech trees a corner on the bank of Pigeon Roost Fork ol Muddy creek thence S40 poles to a white oak and beech south of Muddy creek thence down said creek with Itsmeanders to the mouth of Pigeon Roost 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 Subject to the homestead and dower right of defendant Emily Black The purchaser will be required to securityimmediately This loth day of June 1903 ROWAN HOLDROOK Master Commissioner HEAVRIN WOODWARD Attys I A Growing Institution The Bowling Green Business Col lege Bowling Green Kentucky is increasing its attendance each succeeding year Its attendance this year is larger than it has ever been before and the management has al ready received sufficient assurance to guarantee a greater attendance next year The graduates of this College experience no trouble whatever in securing ready employment Cata log and full information sent on request Address H H Cherry Genera Manager Bowling Green Kentucky e No 7QZ Report of the Condition of the FIRST NflTIOim BUNK Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close of busi ness June 9 1903 1IK8OVI1CKM Ioaim and IMnronntit M2M31 U H llondu to ecure rlrcnlntlon 2500000 Overdraft wcurrd nnd unnecured mine flanking bouae furniture and fixture i331OO flue from Katloual Hunk not reserve afrentaMH 31MM Duo from Htnto Hanks and Ranker 2HTM flue from approved ntierrcd agent 1H1M42- Checkn nod other cash Itorne 1108J- NotoH of other National Ilnnk s68500 Fractional paper currency nlcklra ami fnla AIK- 5lyAwriilloxev lte ruvK- IX HANK V- IZ14jcIe535205Legal tender 041200 notes 109000 Itedemptlon fund with 11 H Treasur er B per cent of circulation 126000 TOTAL 1 IISrIU1 LIABILITIES capital Block pall ln fS500000- 8urp1u fnnd 400000 Undivided profit lee expenui and tiiim paid 14X137 Notional hank note cintntnnillns 2100000 Individual depOHlt Kubject to chock 3I70SM Time certlfttnt of depoalt WJiMW TOTAL IUSUI1 fttata of Kentucky Countjr of Dbo I J C Hllejr Counter of th above named bank dqiolemnly Hweur that the above tnt hient U trno to the bent 01 ray knowledge nnd belle J C niLKY Cn hler- Ralxcilbed end sworn to before mi Iblo 16th day of Juno 1003 K K Cox Notary Public My coinralaolon expire January 231001 ronuucT AttwitK WAYNE InirrixII II luiXH Iplrrcton lJIIIIOAIH J No Hair U My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed I then tried Aycrs Hair Vlgpr and my hair stopped falling at once Mrs GA AtcVay Alexandria O The trouble is your hair docs not have life enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs arc beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time II U a Ulile All intrltt It roar drueelt cannot oupll joa send ui ono dollar ami wo expre you a bottle Ho nuro urn plto the name of your nearest Irol Addreaa JCAVlUCOIx well Ara SHERIFFS SALE The Commonwealth of Kentucky- To the Sheriff of Ohio County Greeting We command you 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 pioperty ol Gus St Claire and bounded as fol lows On the Rest by the Hartford and Hardlnsburg road on the North by Hartford and HarJlnsburg 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 cer tified 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 six per cent per annum Irons the 30th day of September 1931 until paid Also the sum of 15 95 which in the same Court was adjudged to him for his costs in that behalf expended whereof he hath recovered ex ecution against the said St Claire by virtue ol a judgment of the Grayson Circuit Court and that yon have the said sums of money before the Judge of our said Court on the 1St day of 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 GOSWBLI Clerk By ISAAC T LAYMAN D C Pursuant to the above order I will ofler for sale the above described property at the Court House door in hartf- ord Ohio county 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 THRMS OP SAIB Thtee months with bond and approved security CAL P KEOWN S O C By R LBovnDS oASrr on xABun tht 0lie Kind You Hin Knjt Bmtft BJgutue 1IJbl Master Commissioners Sale OHIO CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY ANMi COOIKK Ilnlntltr- Tl II C AUSTIN AC Defendant Dy virtue of a judgment antI order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered At the May term 19 j In the above case in the sum if 187 oo with intercit at the rate o 6 ptr cent per annum from the 3rd day of April 1917 and costs herein I will rfier for sale by Public Auction at the Court House do r in Hartford on Monday the 6th aay of July 19 13 about one oclock p m upon a credit of six months the following described prop erty towit- One house and lot in the town of leaver Darn Ky being designated as lot No 83 in Tichenors addltlllon to town oi Beaver Dam Ky and for further description see record plot ol same in County Court Clerks office Hartford Ky or sufficient thereof to to produce the sums of money ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to securityimmediately This loth day of June 1913 ROWAN HOLD ROOK Master Commissioner AttysI JJ II Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion Absolutely rtraoTid by lbs use of DRICARlSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Monty refunded If you ire not pleated with results has cured thousand why not you T merdantofMorganfleiKy sod and was prenlled Llnrfioderetc wai to himself cured of this molt clrudtdol budBV ailments Hi It now fiyoureaflh1cte4ftbusmannergtit cost you only U ernIe sad IllIot we ur the drunut U authorised to refund your money TUB AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO Evinivllle lcd jT Hughes Chill Tonic 1 PALATABLE Beltii that Caloirel srI Quinine Contains no arsenIc THIJ OLD RrL1AflIP LOOKl A STITCH IN TIME taTM ninS lJulfblblll Tonic taste ilvoinnt taken In early HprlnK nod Full prtTcnU Chill Dengue and Malarial Fv rein Acts on the llrer tone up fh yatem EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC- As well as a Sure Cure lor ClilJls nnd Fevers Malarial Peveii Swfmp Fevers and Bilious Fevers just what you need at this season n NEVER FAilS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE Try it Dont take any Substitute All Druggists SOc 1 Bottles KNOWINCIForl1 PHPAHO iSV ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY ixronpoiuTKU LOUISVILLE KY 4 1 Fans Fans i4i o 41 Again our buyer has ransacked tho market for the 41 newest things tho market affords and to secure any t4V thing by which wo can save tho purchases somo i41 1 money at tho same time give ho or she good first 4 class material Wo placed on salo Monday morning t 1 fc twontyfivo doun Fans that originally cost tho t4 H wholesaler 5 10 15 20 and 25 cents each Our jj 41 l fi prico on this entire lot is 3 5 and 10 cents each fc fi You cnn save from 2 to 15 cents on each Fan t41 41 fi i Belts i41 8 4i White Wash Belts 15 to 2lic t41 9 J Now ideas in Black Bolts2iito5Oc-r 9- lt 9 i Trimmings 1 fi Now lino of Cluny Ins rtings 20cts per yd up fcITOW Normandy Val Bonds 10 to 50cts jwr yd 9t11flair Ornaments i J Now Combs v 10 to 25cts each 41 O Now Hair Irt0UC8eaClJo41 941 941 941 Your Mail Orders will receive prompt attention 941 9 Your preseiico will ho appreciated t41 941 E P Barnes41 41 11Bro E Beaver Dam Kentucky t41 9 Threshing Machines Traction and Portable Farm Engines and Machine Supplies of all kinds made by the famous JI Case Machine Co for sale by N W Skaggs Dundee Ky I RHEUMATISM and other ills produced by diseased kidneys call ho cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try il Mud it you are not satisfied your money will ho chior fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c5Oc Argon Oil Co 136 W Main Louisville Ky o3eemg i WISEST15 THE CMSAKST iluShor7ltan lJ1Hll leyraghy fttalyut InW e Seven experienced teacher each one n apcclalltt In hl line Iraduatrc ol his lingo preferred by bnnlneda houM Wo are now in our new home nenrnit corner Becom iiml llIut street the lineal and best arranged school building ID the 101tb Individual laatrnctloh Kilioolln awnlon all theysar Ututleata can enter nt nny llmr VIsitors always welcome V J 3 HillT irestb S 1 7a T u r JL Js 1 IHi l c Ii 1 l 1 t 1 A J f1 ln l r llr i t1 l V I t r t- R r r s f 1 I I tJ I 11i I j i 1 i I iif June Specials j Indications are now that the hotweather is right on us We have some Special Goods at prices that will help to keep you cool So dont worry yourself but visit us and we will do the rest WASH GOODS Irony line Polka Dot Orgnndiesrenl value lOcour Juno prices 71c Sheer 15courJuno20 styles Figured Dimitiessell readily nt 20cour Juno price 15c WOOLEN SKIRTINGS 3Ginch wool filling Honriettn silk finishusunlly soils for 35cour Juno price 25c JtinchnIlwool black Sharkskin desirable for skirts wortl Ocour Juno price 75c tlinch black Ltnmino for skirts or suitsretail readily uL1000ul Juno price 85c LADIES FURNISHINGS ScJaSilk Fans 50c 75c 1 and 150IMillitnry Iloso Supporters + 250 10cShirtSOcNewMENS FURNISHINGS 25cScrivonsFrench Webb Suspoudorsn 25c I 15cNow50cHoseonBleachedCrash ShirtinhS Cottonndes Etc for Juno Dontblay other peoples debts by buying from croditsolling andlowinOhioThe Bargain Center Is + tN1l++Mi+MFiHt++ Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE ig Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Bargains In Millinery at Fair Cos New Shirt Wallt Sets at Fair CoaPrlcea cut hall on Millinery at Pair Cos Reduced prices on Wash Goods at Pair Cos Go to Carson Dros for Seed lush Potatoes Soda Water and Letuonade nt City Restaurant Everything In Millinery at reduced prices at Pair Coe- Ntceat Candles and Cakes In Bart ford at City RostAurant Apples Oranges Lemons and Bananas lit City Restaurant I M I M I what deltcinu Ice CrrnmI and Sherbet at City Restaurant We have suits to suit you at prices to suit you CARSON CO McCall Baztar Patterns Inc and 1sa at Pair Cosnone higher Why dont you bring us some Fry- Ing Chicken CARS N Co New Clothing at Pair Cots styles the latest prices the lowest We have lots of W L Douglas Oxfords Try a pair CARSON Co New Laces and Embroideries at Pslr Coscheapest place In town If you have either old or new felth ers for sale come to see Careen Co Pair Cos Patent Kid Strap San dais that sold for z 50 are now 200 Cream Cbeeoe Brick Cheese Sau sage and Ctckers at City Restaurant City Restaurant has the finest canned nod bottled goods In Hartford I Come to see me In the building or merly occupied by J W Fords feed store SAM BACH Our Serge and Flannel Suits ate summer necessities as well as sum met beauties CARSON Co Mothers Ear A WORD IN MOTHERS lARI WHIM MYRMa AM INFANT AO IN THI MONTHS THAT COM aIFORI THAT TIMI SCOTTS EMULSION I auppufa THR IXTRA TRINUTH AND OURHMalfr eo acaIIR FOR THII HIALTH OF aorH MOTHER AND CtILDSend for free ample SCOTT A IIOWNE Chemists 4ogyrr Peal Street New Yak soc and Ioo I aU Iata JtG A f +i New line of R G summer Cor sets at Pair CosQDont fall to visit Sam Back in his new quarters next door to Fairs Mr Birch Wilson Prentls had hisbarm seriously hurt by a reaper on Collins farm last Saturday Carson Bros the Grocerers hartf- ord GIve them a call when In need o anything In their line Robert Marks and Oren Wallace have accepted positions with thea DlrdseU Wagon CompanysWill Seibert ilttle son of S II Seibert Is on the sick list ne Is thought to have bilious lever if you are extra long extra wide or extra short we have trousers to fit you CARSON Co CWtreatment Consultation and Exam nation free 41tL Ice Cream Ices Phosphates Coco Cola and Dr Pepper and aU kinds of coot drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store Wanted everybody to come to the Econamy Dry Goods Store when In need ofa new Hat New Millinery received weekly Mrs J E Fogle attended the Woman Missionary Society at Louisf vUle Saturday She was a delegate from the Hartford church A large number of town folks at tended Childrens Day exercises st- WashlngtoQ church last Sunday They report a pleasant day Chester Stevens and Ion Barrett oa left Monday for Bowling Green They on will enter the Cherry Brothers Business College for the summer session 11MessrsFord Marvin Bean and others spent Wednesday and Thursday In hunting on the Rowan land near the upper locksslMr Owen Carpenter who has been In the employe of the home Telephone be Company left Wednesday for Owens born where he goes to seek employ merit of IDrday for Lawrence urg to attend the burial of Mrs Stanleys brother Wil lis Portwood whose death occurred ou the previous day Prof A P Taylor who has been visiting here left yesterday to attend the County Examination at Elkton He Is a member of the Board of Ex aminers of Todd county New Millinery Goods received weekly at the Economy Dry Store Also a new line of GoodsIbet Dress Fabrics See our en Batlsts and Cluny Laces U you are hard to fit try a pair o W I Douglas Shoes CARSON Co Dont forget that we have reduced prices ou aU Clothing We sell to- 8U alike Come to see us when yo need In anything In this lineTI lc Economy Dry Goods Store We sold a lady yesterday a bundle of Pound Percal at65c She says she made one wrapper and lour shirtwaists and had enough goods left to make a half dozen comforts Why not try n bundle CARSON Co Miss Maggie Smith was united i marriage to W B Doyle nl Jackson Alabama Wednesday at her home at McHenry She Is the beautiful And accomplished daughter of Dr J S Smith Mr Ben Stevens Mr and Mrs Welter Wright and Miss Mary Hay den Deaver Dam and Misses Art l e Wilson and Erie Shreve Roslne at tended the opening bell et Dawson Springs leaf Thursdav and Friday evenings Miss Sallie Taylor one of the beautiful and attractive girls for whichI Hartford Is so justly noted graduated from the Female High School o Louisville Monday Her mother Mrs H P Taylor and soot hiss s Mary Taylor were present at hert graduation Mt M P McDowell died at hist home about five miles east of Hartford last Friday His death was duet to old age He was a respected cltl zen end will be missed His romaine In were interred In the family burying ground Saturday iu Rea TlUord was arrested here Tuesday by Clarence Keown on an old Indictment returned about five years ago tor selling liquor without license He was placed In jAil He was afterwards released on bond Vest Tllford and R P lIer are sureties The bond was 100hThe following young people spent tIlI1aseaSmith Laura Morton Isabelle Cox nd Zena Nail Messrs n E Blrktl Ira Bean Willie Hurt and Leslie Wedding Hartford and Messrs Babble and Cecil Owensboro Prof E W Patterson and Missal Cora Petty will be united In marriage- at the brides home nor Narrows et- g oclock Wednesday June 24 Prol Patterson la one of Ohio countys most promising young teachers He has been elected to a professorship In Hertford College tor the coming school year He snow engaged la the Y M C A work being the County Miss comes tram inoneShe le accomplished and almable- M F ElklD Lexington Ky lectured Wednesday night at the Meth church In the Interest of the 10a cal lodge of K O T M to a large audience As a result of his coming In lodge has secured ten new mem In honor of Mr Elkin a Dan quet was to have been given at the New Commercial leaf night but he ro was called away yesterday and the ndatestrong and active membership here nd It le increasing It numberJ canet r hi- S A Anderson a Candidate nlQhloplpalsilea convention Mr Anderson Is at plpresentIn 1898 is a memorable case is election to the Circuit Clerkship was unsuccessfully contested by the Democratic candidate Mr Anderson s one of the best pILouisvilleNotice to Creditors AU 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 the 15th day of July 2903 or they will be loreve batted ty June fat 190JwR R WEDDING Admr Y M C A NoteslJThe mens Bible claM at Hartford will have two meetings per week one Monday night at y45 the other Sunday at the regular hour 230t1 The 3rd chapter of Hebrews Is our lesson for next week All christian In town should join one or the ther of these classes Beaver Dam is planning to put In elbath room for the benefit of young men there This would bea great In the work of the Y M C Aleand if proper Interest Is taken It cats done and the fee placed In the reach of aU We earnestly hope far the hearty co operation and supportl aU business men of do something to uplift the young men E W Pv Sick Headache Food doesnt t digest wella Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coateda Its your liver Ayers PUIsC are liver pills they cure dyspepsia blllousness 23c All oIrlllllts I IYant roar rnewtneha or beard a beIIUfu- lBUCKINGHAMS brown blactr Thai us DYE Wrtkoorsd 11001 uaaw 0 N T NL a to XN w4 MX HfHHJ uA E Ellis went to McHenry Mon dayBirch Felix Olaton was In town TuesdayWm Shroader Jingo was In town Tuesday John Unley Matanzra was la tow TuesdayT Bennett Ceralvo was In town TuesdayAlbert Cox Jingo was la town Tuesday Dazel Stewart Maeda was In town yesteeday John T Ron Centertown was t town MondayIIewl Rogers Rockport was In town Tuesday Jas Ambrose Adahburg was town Tuesday Dr Barnhlll Pordaville was In town Saturday John Hamilton Adaburg was In yesterday itfJoel G Sapp Pordaville was In Saturday Dr H B Innis Render was In Wednesday Tom Stevens Beaver Dam was In WednesdaySEsq G W Martin Cromwell was town Tuesday Dr J D Maddox was town MondayII IIInP M Allen Centertown was In Hartford Monday Mr Vincent Centertown was In Wednesday 1 Lawrence Norris Oweusboro was town yesterday ilthisJohn Allen Olatou was a caller at office Monday W Lon TweddeU was In Owensboro the first of the week Alex Carson Heflin was a caller this office Tuesday InM L Heavrin was In Owensboro Friday end Saturday Mayworth Barnard Owensboro was In town Saturday Wm Mitchell Olaton was a caller frat this office Monday Mr and Mrs G W Bennett Beds were In town Saturday Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown was Centertown Sunday- SA C Yeiser returned Monday from Glenavllle McLean county J P Southard McHenry was a at this office Tuesday Mike Crahan Horse Branch was town Monday and Tuesday te- M S Ragland went to Rosine uesday returning yesterday Mose Mattingly went to Owenabo Sunday returning Mondayw Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd Horse was In town Wednesday Miss Lillie Ward visited her par at Beda Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lurie Davis Calhoon visited sister Miss LUlie Ward Monday sale Prof E W Patterson visited friends Pordaville Monday ano Tuesday G B Smith Taffy was a very easant teller at this office Monday D W Kimmel Ceralvo was a easant caller of this office Saturday Jas Hurt Williams Mines was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday to nlewasAttorney C E Smith visited his at Ceralvo Monday and Tues dayAMack Ragland and Hurman Mauzy returned Tuesday from an outootown tripW J Bolton Boonevllle Miss Is- In town He Is thinking allocating here Mrs Ed Johnson of McLean COUK a Is visiting relatives here this a- Miss Birdie Woodward returned for from a visit to friends at Mc HenryesofMrsling Green Is visiting relatives here the weekdi dlPcethisU S Carson left Monday for Dawte son Springs He will begone shoat two weeksmMisses Laura and Florence Morton ft yesterday for a visit to friends In dOwensboro R R Riley returned Saturday from two weeks visit to Col Derret at Ky Esqr Ben Graves and wife Butord Sheriff Keown and family Wednesday Henry Carson and family visited relatives at Masonvllle Wednesday ThursdayIIMisses Stella Tanner Nil Creek nd Ida Park City were pleasant Saturday Miss Daisy Duke of Snnnydale visited her slater Miss Dessle here the first of the week Ben D Ringo returned to Prank tort Wednesday alter spending a with his family here ewj Mrs Julia Pursley Cadiz county Is visiting her parents band r Mrs E P Thomas this week Lieutenant Earl Dennett of the U S Army arrived In Iiartford day to visit his mother Mrs S Duke Judge R R Welding and wife t turned Wednesday ram a visit to friends and relatives at Sulphur SpringsJ Vlcker and his sister in fan w Mrs Heber Matthews will leave today for a visit to relatives In McLea- a n countyProf O M Shultz and Supt De Weese will attend the Kentucky Ed- ucatlonal Association at Lexington next week Miss LulA Walker of Lexlogtou tongrandparents and Mr M Walker Chas Mays and wile OloVensboro grandsonnwickslthis week A P Taylor wife and baby Al- lenavllle Todd county are visiting Mrs Taylors parents Mr and Mrs W B Render this week Mrs J W Ford and little grand daugher Winnie Slarmerman wen to toulsvllle yesterday They will return the first of the week Capt John C Riley returned yes feeder tom business trip to the pat Itrans of the First National Bank a- ulphur t Springs Narrows Jingo and otherpolnts in the countytMiss Annie Collins who has been 1attending the High Court Gendler 0 returned WednesJ She has been taking a course music art and literature H H H H b H HHH BEDA KY tHHHft H JHI Rev Horned Caneyvll1e preach at the C P Church SundayI Mr J W Hatcher who l Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs W II H Parks Davless county visited Mr and MrsIC Bennett Saturday night Childrens Day which was observed et church was well attendedaMr Everett Ellis Alexandria was our town Tuesday Mr Travis Maple AndersonvlUe came to attend Childrens aDayMr Walter Parks Hartford visited t SMrfled Mr B bh Bennett and family Tuesday and Wednesday Rev R D Bennett Hartford preached at the M E Church last night and SundaygMiss Mattie Vowels Owensboro was the guest of Miss Clara Bennett Mondtiq ntebt Dfina Grace Park AndersonvUle returned home Sunday afternoon af n two weeks visit to friends end relatives I have been troubled for some time indigestion and sour stomach Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mesa and have been taking Cham berJalns Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that Defers could not It you have any trouble with your stomach why not take theca Tablets and get well For by all druggists S S Notice Those owing me by note oritccount will please call on of address E G Kirby Narrows Ky and settle same ez within the next 30 days If not settled la this time I will be compelled sue on all outstanding Indebted tome So please heed this no and save cost II 473 Ii F BEAN M DET r Enter Business CollegeS secure a Position Write for cata alog now Address U H Cherry Bowling Green Ky rAdvertising Pays on Talk about the benefits of advettis It Ingl Down In Florida the other day family lost a child which they sup posed had strayed away from home nd got lost After searching in vAin three days the frantic parents placed sn advertisement in the near newspaper Imagine the surprise the parents upon going to the door next morning to see a monster al upon the doorstep where he the child alive and then himself The ad cost but 25 and It gave them back their child they sold the altlgatl hide for 25 and the parents are to showing the child at all the dime useums In the land at 5o a week 87 Does advertising psYeloR Jocktl to I tlAtHa the Cost Lien I Coffeea has better strength and flavor than many so call ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price Is not to be compared with lion In quality fa I Dt air tlsht sealed packages Peculiar ItselfEIn what it is and what it docscon- e lining tho best blood pur1lying altornttvo and route substances and affecting tho most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine nets tike It no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medichlo has restored health and strength nt so little cost I WM troubled with scrofula and came monthsIetwo bottles of floods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could leo as well M seer SUliK A ILuns TON withers N Q Hoods Sarsaparilla promlsos to curo and koope tho promiso- FORDSViLLE r KY f t 1t1 J tt Tt77t Mr Jesse Howard of Louisville- t was here Monday and Tuesday Miss Ethel Conniff Louisville Is the guest of Mrs Lee Montgomery spentSundayMcCartyMiss Foreman of Narrows l guest of her aunt Mrs loIcSmlth consumpIwas here for burial Wednesday took place et the home come tery Thursday Mr and Mrs Jttt McCarty epee Sunday In Oweosboro the guest of daughter Mrs Ellington Mr Winfield Morrison who bee eery 1 I r ash Improved 1Miss Bernie Wlborn has returned an extended visit to Paradise Rochester and other points Mr Pope McAdams formerly as cashier of a bank at Beatty Is the guest of his slater Mrs C Adair Mrs Allie Graham Narrow was the guest of Mrs Mc Smith Monday Tuesday Mr and Mrs Byron Bean of Dundee visited Mr and Mrs W H Ser gent Saturday and Sunday Misses Anna aqd Ola Gaines were home Informally toe fw friends- uesday evening Those In the par were Misses Nancy Smith Mary and Jessie Reynolds Messrs Jackson Harry Wallace sari Pope McAdams The ladles of the Methodist church will glue and Ice cream supper In the near the church Mrs Me Smith entertained Wednesday evening for her nece Miss Eva Foramen Mrs Elizabeth Harder Ellzbeth town la the guest ofrelatlves here Mrs Marlah Walker was with her daughter Mrs John Renfrow at Narrows Sunday The following party spent Sunday afternoon at Dark Hollow about two and a hall miles from town Misses Nancyand Mamie Smith Anna and Ala Gains Bernice Welborn and Jessie Reynolds Messrs Edward Sweatt Hurry Wallace and Pope Mc Adams Soldiers Reunion The annual reunion of the Green River Association of exFederal Sol dlers wlU be held at Central City July 4th The general public end Confederate soldIers are Invited Master Commissioners Sale auro CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY A Urairher AdelT1latnlla- TI Jllrntchea Ectlkteadaat By virtue ofa judgment and ordcr of sale of the OhloClrcuitCoarfretdeted the May term 1913 is the above cease lor the purpose of settling the estate of Monroe Searcher decea9ed I will offer for sale by Public Auction- at the Court House door In Hartford Monday the 6th day of July lr3about one oclock p m a reed of six months the mineralrlgbt under the following described property towlt A tract of land set apart by the Commissioner sppofatedbq the Ohio County Court as Willie Ktmleye JInterest in her fathers estate and name load purchased by the decedent Dratcheq from D M Patterson and Willie Patterson and being lot X1o 4 allotted to the Enid Willie Klmley beginning at a white oak T S Ben netta corner thence N 87 W pass- Ing his corner with the N EK cornero allot No I at r4 poles and In poles to a atone corner to lot NO3 In line of lot No Ii thence with line of NO3 N 3 E 74 25 poles a stone the N Ii corner of No 3i thence with another line of same N W 2 poles to a store sad black bush Alvis Fulkersnn corner with his line N 3 E 89 poes n dead black oak In Tout Allens line thence with his line N 87 E 76 polo to n sweet gum his eurntt Vlth Simpson And Monroe Dlatcher 1 thaneswith Brateb rs line S 87 E to a stake T S Dtnnetts corner In h1A flat thence aith his line S 3 W 76 poles tf the begin Wing COhtlllnl g 78 acres mute or lesli The sccmd lrc hlr12 nral tile waterof Louis Creekln Ohio county Kentucky and bounded on the N by the Marion Williams on the E by same on the S by lends of Alvis- Fulkerfol said tract being formerly owned and bought from John Wil Item or sufficient thereof to produce the saws of money ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security Immediately alter sale This tsth day of June 1903 ROWAN HOLBROOK Master Commissioner HnAvRIN WOODWARD Attys THE STAHOPE IfthelYlelliflllartford i iShouldcome helm for their Suits we believe wo 1could pleaso every ono of them and wo would have the swellest looking lot of men in Hartford to bo found anywhere in the country We do dress n largo share of thom but wo often wonder ruby Wettoo they only know the low prices and superiority of our Clothing We never saw finer Clothing than wo are oifer ing our trade for summer wear Suits with all the kinks of fashion 300 to 1500 Swell as it is possible to make thom And then wo have every ithing that is right ni Hats and Haberdashery to comploto the outfit Suits for the long slim fellow Suits for the short fallow Suits for the thick fellow and SUIts for themodiumsized follow Suits for the Boys and Youths Suits for everybody i Dont take our word for it but but como iand see and bo convinced iCarsonINCORPORATED CO fHARTFORD KY My New Quarters Are replete with bargains of all kinds Como in apd inspect my stock which consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Trunks Mattings Carpets Etc The very lowest prices on Query thing in my line I quote you n few prices Good Bleach Cotton 5c per yardGood heavy Factory 50 per yard Best Calico pc per yard readymadoClothing300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suitssizes 14 to19 250 Boys Suits from 6ito 15 years 150 lions Pants 50cthis is a worMs benter You had bettorcill- at onto ns these goods are going rnpidl lionsSliocs 1 Ladies Shoes 1 Call and oxaniine our stock Dont have space to cjuotb all our special prices Highest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng Yellow foot Etc Yours for trade SAM BACH Hartford Kyr Notice The third annual celebration of Dundee Lodge No 733 F A bh will be held at Sylvan Park Dundee Ky Saturday June 27 1903 In hot r 01 St Johns Day with a grand barbecure EP Moore JV proule and H C Acton Committee 4S5tI I Buy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver DameKy HEALER IN Grocories slid HnnlwnroIHar1 vesting Machines Farming commorcinllFortii1 Real Estate EJO YOU WANT A fARM I have some land for sale 70 acres lien Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres near Cormwoll for 400 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 ncrog four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building o Oite dwelling house and storehouse in Prontis for 500 n good location and a good bargain If you want to buy or sell see mo S A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate IIARTF011DKY to 1 n o i l ri f 4 I IIs I i i I kl 9- y 1i i J j z r T V I I Ik S Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE J9 illinois Contrat Railroadlimo- Tablo Nw time card taking elfrct Sundni flee T 902 ot nooo NorSt Routlil Sotilli Hound NoU2 due 1130 m No 121 dn11I7 o m NoIO due2tip m No 101 duo 3ti p 1- 0NoU2 due 12U 1 m No131 due SJiJ m Local JlhN- o U due 73ia m Zo193 due Iti pm- S U VAngEvn Agunt The Cipher Yelegram Orlglnnl Lisa was a young Itugslan gIrl tho daughter ot n general At the tlmo tho Crimean war broke out she was engaged to DImitri OllzolT n lieutenant In the Russian army There are cases where lovers become io wrapped In each other that separation Is agony So It was with thClle two young people when DirnItrI OllzolT dlllarloll for the ward Usa hold to him till the last mInute and tell In a slupor when he left tier It had tOOn arranged between tlwm that OllzolT should not only send word by everyday mall but telegraph her In case ot hIs being wounlll or taken sick This might Involve sending news ot a battle The Russian goverilment gives out all the news not permitting een the newspaper correspoiideiits to scud nny eXCtIt WIHIt hU9 passed a censor Therefore OllzolT woulll not only be obliged to send his message surreptitiously but In cipher Time lover arranged a code giving Usa the lIe dill not toll her that there was little hope of bls being able to use It still since the cipher was simply a few ordinary sentences each with a special meaning tll1 sending of a message was not impossible OllzolT was wealthy amid Russian oIL dais are very corrupt lIe made time acquaintance ot a tellgrolllwr nt head quarters and arranged with him for 1000 rubies to send a message It required Ono evening Usa was nt an enter talnment at the house ot Vladimir Soliuski n prominent government of fidel at St Ietersburg TIme Iolokorr had been stormed and the government was especially desirous of keepIng news which forebode time detent ot the nusslan enule from the people The host knew of It and was Instructed to proceed with his entertainment since a postponement woull1 excite suspicion In the midst of the festivities n tote gram was handed to Lisa She tore ott the envelope scanned time words In the message and tell In n faint Sohnskl who hall been feigning to be In a merry mood but realty was depressed by what lie was concealing happenlll to be near Lisa wilen she swooned lie seized tho telegram noticed the point from whence Jt ClUUO and knew at once that It must be a cipher message contnlntng some news about the disaster lie had Lisa carried upstairs to a private room notified the police to come and take charge ot her and disappearing from among hIs guests went directly to the Imperial palace with the tote gram The telegram was composed of two sentences i am on vicket duty to day and I hove you no ever jh first meaning There bus been n I1lsa- ster time second I am badly wounded It had been understood between time lovers that in the latter event LIsa should go to tier lover If posiblo LIsa before recovering from her swoon rated about Ills condition then as soon as she came to herself raIsed herself from the couch on whIch sue Iml1 been laid saying that she must go at once to him Then for time first time she saw among those about her a police olllcer Bbs know at once that she had betray ott herself Lisa was sent to her fathers house where she was kept under the surveillance of the lJOllce Every effort was mode without success to Induce her to tell from whom the telegram which was unsigned come nut Jt was Quite plain that Jt must have come from tier lover An account of the matter was sent to the headquarters of the army with orders to watch Ollzorr without informing him ot the result of his inca sage In time hope of catching hmium send lug Rnother and discovering through what operator be sent It Ollzorr how over sent imo more messages for lie was lying In n hospital severely wounded Several months passed during which Lisa was kept In close confinement without any knowledge ot her lovers condition She dIll not know whether lie had died ot Ills wound or woulll hive to suffer n worse fate for sending stir reptltlously n telegraph message that omily time govermunent might send Simo sank rapidly under the strain Those who attended tier dared not speak of anything that had happened In connec lion with time matter and Lisa dill not oven know how her own father who was with time army In the Crimes stood toward her Ono afternoon there was R sound of horses hoofs and the clatter ot nberll In the court ThInking that tier father hind returned from the war n sudden thrill ot hope passed through Lisa that he would bring tier news ot Dimitri Then she heard her fathers voice and looked for lila to rush upstaIrs as ho was used to doing when he calllu imome but when imo did not she supposed that ho timid not forgiven her for her part In time deceit lresently she heard several proplu comlllg up the stairway very slowly rlmeit tier door opened and her father entered followed by the orderlies supporting the wasted figure or her lover You are forgiven my daughter sold the father The emperor hiss listened to my prayer In your behalf Iadhllir won his own forgiveness by gallantry in the action of which tie sent you the news Time father embraced his daughter then tier palo soldIer lover limped to her and they wero locked In one an others arms The telerraph operator was not so fortunate Time message Was traced to hIm and imo was sent to Siberia Thiu was the lnly cloud upon the lovers lmappineu and Lisa a few yours later while at court persuaded the emperor to grunt the man R pardon HELEN W STOCICAl1D S Cut8Brul8os and BurnsQuiok- ly Hoaled- Chamberlains Pain Balm Is an antiseptic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and barnes causes them to heal without maturation and much more quicklY than by the usual treatment Per sale by aU druggist IN FIFTEENFATHOMS Copyrlaht 1103 by C H LOWIL- IWe hind gone to Bird Igland lit the Arabian son In tho trading brig Hope to fish for pearl oysters One day as we were dragging time bottom In fifteen fathoms we came across what we believed to be n sunken hulk Time spot was about three miles oft time island Our divers could not descend to such a depth to make nn Inspection and after two days spent In Ireparimmg tackle we- sailed tIme brig out and anchored tier near time spot It wits three lays before we got time breeze front the right quarter but wheu It canto We throw over our drag and salllll over the wreck Time grnp nets cnugiit tier nllll the ropes and chains stood the strain We plllll sail on time brig but for ten minutes sue heaved and tugged and was held fast Sonicthuiig imad to give ns time breeze freshened and to our great joy the hulk was pulled out of her en0l1y bell and towed along the bottom behind us Wo got tier Into thirty feet ot water and within two cables length ot time beach and anchored her Time pearl Uivers then went down to make an ex- amlnnllon They reported her to be the hulk ot all Arabian dimow which must have been In collision with an other eruCt as sbe was staved in on the vort quarter What we wanted to set our find on time beach was a breeze from time north west It came after nearly n week or waiting amid the combined elYortt ot wind current amid tide brought time old hulk In at high water She was one ot the mOt curious sights n sailor ever clapped eyes on From stem to stern sue was a solid tunas ot shells She was about ninety feet long null when wo clime to dig down to tim Wood wo found It almost as hard as Iron She hind been rigged with two masts the stumps of which stooo up eight feet high A few feet of html works rem lned on either bow but time rest ot the deck had been swept clean Our grapnels hind caught In the hole which sunk her else they would not have caught nt all owIng to the solid layer of shells It wo had been supplied with powder we should have blown her up but ns we had none we had to do some lined work with pick and shovel The In tenor seemed to be n solid coko ot mull and sand but wo dId ut remove munch ot it unUl wo had cleared the outstde jilter she had lain In the hot sun for three or tour days she began to dry out and time work of digging ott the uheils was much easier There were six separate and distinct layers on her deck and mixed with thu bottom ono wo found three roblan swords two or threu ancient muskets and a couple of axes The divers had glen It as theIr opinion thpt sbu had been run Into hut when we came to make a closer Inspection ot time holes In her Quarter we concluded that she had been struck by a shell tired from some muauofwar It had sent her to the bottom us Quick as If she had been run Into by a thou sand ton ship During time week wu Wore freeing the hulk from her shell armor a close watch was kept on the bench and we picked up coins to the value ot about 000 American money Some of theso were ArabIan and some Persian When we had entirety cleared time decks we found time craft hall oniy ono hatchway and that was amidships Wo enlarged this and then rigged up a windlass and bucket to empty her as dirt Is taken from l well Every bucketful was carefully Inspected as soon ns dumped but wo found nothing more valuable than shells until wellllown to her keel We couldnt make ou what sort of cargo she carried until the shov cia began to throw out human bones along with the snaiL With the hones came Iron shackles null other outfit tIngs of a slaver and by and by we got down tar enough to find that sue had been fitted for a false deck and thus commUted to carry a double tier ot sll1es In a hold only six feet deep Wo dug out ot her olll bones enough to account for I1t least fifty verson and n surgeon who afterward examined some of them salll they belonged to men and women of tIme negro race In time forecastle wo found notblng except a eou pie of gun barrels anti two earthen bowls but lu the cabin we had better luckIn the last dirt wo took out we found coins to the value of 600 These were scattered about on the floor Many had worked out and como ashore and many were doubtless buried In tim sands beyond recovery We found a number of muskets and swords In tIme cabin but as no bones were found there or In tllu forecastle we argued that the crow must bare got away In a Small boat Six months later when we told our story nt Capo Town wo wore referred to history to prove that the dhow hind been fired on and sunk by IL M S Sovenlgn while forming one of time fleet to BU11prllSil the slave trade Time dhow had loaded part ot a cargo ot slaves on time lIJozamblquu coast when driven ott and pursued by time manof war The chase lalted three or four days and the dhow had finally thought to escape by running among the islands Vbin showent dowzi her crew escaped to Bird Island and were otter ward taken off by a native craft M QUAD asp C4S1 0nX4nears thelIe hate Aisays Bought 8r KirIJP For Sate A Scholarship In Bryant and Strat- ton Business College Apply to tills office O4STOnXA I Dean tiiThe Kird You Hare Aiwils Bought Biguturo or Subscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 6125 THE AMERICAN WOMAN How She Appeared In the Eyes of tile Late Max ORell I am perfectly convinced that the American woman has secured for her sell the best the softest berth that It was possible to secure In this world In could choose my sexBnd birth place I would shout to the Almighty at the top of my voice Oh please make me an American woman I The American woman expects R triumphal arch to be erected over each do3rwoy through which she has to passaud she gets It The governument of the American people Is not n republic It Is not a monarchy It Is a gynRlchy a government by the women lot the omen a sort of occult power behind the scenes that rules the country I cannot help thinking that there exists In some Amtrtcan women a little mild contempt for that poor creature that Is called a man sq have no hesitation In declaring after six vIsits to that great and boa plIable country that the AmerIcan woman of good society are probably the most Intellegent bright atni lilil- Uant and certainly the best educated and most Interesting women In the world Bangs and the Irishman At a recent fraternity dinner John Kendrick Bangs told this story as one of his polltlclI experiences At the time I was running tot mayor ot Yonkers I saw a laborer digging In a trench and thought I would fry to capture his vote I went up to him and said 4 Hello Pail He looked up at me without icc- ognizing me and cald Good morn Ins soil I said It was a fine day and asked him ifhe had made up his mind how he would vote Rt the coming election 01 don know sor but wan thing Is sure Oiil not vote fur that dahm fule flangs- I Why not I Well said he hes a swell and a roostererat and a dood- I explained to him the best I could that Mr Bangs was none of these things and even If he was It was because he couldnt help It I Invited him to come and have a drink with me he accepted and after hav- Ing taken two or three drinks we be came very friendly While he was In a seemingly affably mood I confessed that I was Bangs III had In my pocket a cigar andlas It was the last ofa box that Robert Touis Stevens had sent me from Samo I prIzed It highly But much as I prized It I thought It well spent If I could clinch Pats vote wIth It I asked Pat if he would smoke ana he said he would He took the cigar bit oil the end put In his mouth and lit It then suddenly he grasped the cigar and threw It violently to the ground In Astonishment I asked him unit It a good cigam- I Yel sor he said the seegar Is good enough but In tue excitement In meeting you Oi forgot 01 nlvlr smoke N Y Times aeq The Imiertlncnt Waiter- lie mitered U drug emporium and said to time cloth in n vigorous tOIl without a trace of shame or dlffillellce Give me a bottle of the best hair r storer youve got The clerk looked at him with some astonishment InterpretinG lila look the customer saidYes Its for myself and Im not ashamed to say so either For years lvu laughed at the references inmate to my linirlese poll I considered It a good Joke becuuse Im still young and thousnmmds ot older mcii than I sUli have all their hair amid I dont regard absence ot It nil a sign ot age But Ive changed my mimifl1 nw I want hair on top of my head Tho lost straw came today when I went into a restaurant wllero Ive been In time lIalJlt of dinIng with Ii friend This friend is only a tow years younger than me but ho has a thick shock ot unit which gles him a rather youth ul flppoarnmico Well when time walter came to taleo my order he nodded as usual amid thmemi remarked rather imperUucntiy- I thought I Wheros Stlur son today Now York Telegram Phrne Joclc noblnon IThe of time phrase Jock Robin In time British house of Inrllamncnt during the debates on what was known as timo Indian bill und when John Robinson was first lord of time treasury Sheridan was the mall who first used time phrase It came about In thlll manner Sheridan was speaking comieerniiig Foxs waning chances wimon lie said Mr Speaker this state ot affairs Is not to bo won doted at Whell n member of tills aim gust body lij employed to corrupt every body what else coulll be expected Instantly there was n groat cry ot- Nulllo hunt Namue IIl1nl Wl1o Is It Sirs said Sherldllll I shall not mmmc time person It Is n most unpleRI ant thing to do nut dont suppose that I abstain because tlleru Is any 111111eu- lty In naming him I could do so sirs as Quick as you could say Jack Robin sonThey naturally Inferred from Ills rc marks that Jack or JollII Robinson was the person whom lie alluded to Fireside Ilolleetlon It Ims boon estlmatlll timat there are only 50009 really hmandsonio men In the Unltlll States Every man won dots where the other 19000 are Being a bachelor Is a good deal hike playing solitaire You can always cheat yourself into time belief that youre having n good time Why does It always seem to rain harrIer on a Sunday just before church time than on a Saturday Just hetore- motlnro time The larger a lUsbond Is the smaller Ito Is made to feel somneUmosIlouse keeper rp JASTO1 AMgcahlc Prcj1arationCor similfiling IlmeFoodandliegula ling of j JPromolesness and ncstContains nelUlCrI Ophimirorpliine nor incral iOTNA1tCOTIOqrarAJ1s4MLzzM7chr iMJrtII jIrnonVormsConvulsionsFcverjsh ness onl1 Loss OF SLEEP FacSniic SnaIure or j 4L =X9IHC j 1 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPCR- I DER SPLIT MERSHEEN fly SAMMVGo IN PRANKFORT ROUND AHOUr Ive tried to be R Democrat God knows as this Is true Ive followed after der metsheen Now what am I to dt The denied ole things done come apart And Is spllttln me In two Im pledged to prlmeery No z Again Im In a fix The Bosshead swings how May the Nine To May the Twentyslx I wBnter follow der metsheen I love to hear her whiz If I can know Just what they mean And whose metsheen It Is I feel like one who treads alone A melancho1y ghost To see Miss Allle1n the lap Of Dick Knotts Evening Post To see the CourlerJournal Its columns open flung Reversed to pour the Infernal Into little Allie Young Its awful hard on weeuus To suffer such a breach We have to stop and pinch ourselves To find out which Is which Our Cripps hes got a ager Were all In deep distress S W looks like Hager Lot In the wildernems- Mervie PEduina Leigh Miss Allie Miss Pussyph hush IU quit this world and climbice And feed on Mugwump Mush MORAL Dear ole Party Ive sighed for you Have lied for you Bud died tor you Tanned many a radical hide or you you1Woulddry for you And scrape the orators sky for you 0 Ive done a lot o hopln for you But daunme I wont go lopln for you At a gait that splits wide upen lor you Or any other man June and the Weddings Somebody wants to know why there are so many weddings In June June Is the best month Iii the us Who wouldnt mate In June It Is the month of fragrance of re mance of music of flowers Dame Nature put on her wedding finery and looks her best Her gown Is of deepst green her garlands are roses In a hundred shades her vOice Is as liquid as the purpling of a brook or the coral of a bird June Is happiness It has An atmosphere of weddings The soft breuzes are Irelghtttl with the sighs of lovers Yes June Is the best month of the year The best timing a young man does Is when he takes 1 wife and enlarges the scope 01 his lIf lIe Is a betttr cltizn akr that He has decided to be unllelfih lit has made a brave mesolutlon to lit a home builder a prutectmr of wmmiiiiuuly Innocence and a lever IWdS lie tins token a guI from her homeand has promised her and lm1nseh that he will fill the place of father mintitr and husband He will try to be so iig and strongsympahliehiC and ktndthat one woman will find clllUPltte hllppl ness RS his life clIJpalilonhtr ga reer In his hUIllp Perhaps he will I I Too many of these JwerIallclI hnqutI laumichtd In June will gI oil the rocks mind find woe where bluetlkler rmics mmul mil weretougiutBut I wayof lime wurill arid It Is worth whilti to try lhrre are divorces and hrolum hernia Meti have not been patient and women have been fdulfinitfll and frjvlbusj All these thing nt not ilisofat a7 I CAS1Ifijffq 5 I i tf 04- For Infallts atici Ohildren iThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- UseI For Over Thirty Yea- rsCAT1r1I yu CINTUN Cn PPV New vOn CITY system but faults of individuals that I often could have been cured had lore been made welcome and pressed to stay The mlsmated are few shen compared to the hapty ones Most of those June couples wilt I nUe hand In hand the full journey counting their best day the one that united them the time that halved their sot rowaand doubled their joys There they go She Is all In white and sweeter than the roses she carries There are happy tears In hu eyes and her voice trembles ns she speaks He looks severe but manly The driver cracks his whip and carriage whirls away to the parsonageEx Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls courage3 and leasens ambition beauty vIsor and cheerfulneSs on disappear the kid neys out of or disused basbecome I that Ills not uncommon for to be born J afflicted kid ales ii the scalds the flesh or if the reaches an age It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unplusantIroublekidneys and bladder and not to a as I supposeWomen men are miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheIs soon realized It Is sold by druggists In cent one dollar sizes You may a sample bottle by mail when a child with weak neys lithe child too often urine when child when habit made Ilfly have reealso pamphilettehlot SRooLlug all about it Including many of tha- thotmsinds of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Kilmer Co Bltlghamton ii Y tic sure and paperDoni mistake bul remember the name wampRool Dr Ktlm rs Swam Rool and the address Binghamton N y pn evy bot- 1e5iUFiEsTERs ENGLIS- HPENHYilOYAl PILLS 0ot- oofll frCo are order urln Dr Slltt tlltet rsari Aiwriabi Ntj ikPruIitio-CiImcIITEmIs In lied end JoId metallic tjo2t eIed with blue ytbbon Take no 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