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THE IIARTFOR REPUBLICAN J t Fine Job Work a Specialty OrrCIAL OIUI OF TE PAIn I US rpUITBCOI IESUOULDISTaICt Subscription 1 a year Ii VOL XV HARTFORD KY FR DAY JUNE 26 1903o49f IACCIDENTAL I Cddentnll the window ledge on which he had fallen asleep nut the death wu really due to creleunces which made the accident powble There are a monyJlvel dent1 terini fated q- result a of- carelellnCM a1thoughthe mc certificate read heart loll ure- WIlen H a man tll- chencuwlth his stomach neillectsthecarelessly hwftlng calamity Dl9COftryCurelorgans of digestion and nutrition It nsslmllatlonblllousnrllandblOOlL lowerisflMTAarni UkStttem13tIl y P1ve for adk ISI4h be gs me Is twobotllilloletampInriabtDr Nerve Pleasant Ptllets cure mn- Ill1pattoo They do not beget the plU habit MEAT MALT r INC DIU TONIC IWO SICONTRUCTIY nsf ui Strength la Every Drop A IckatlUC combination of the essenUal I coatItucts of PRIME BEEF ad PURE OLD MALT 1 LoIUnUIo Ky JDIIIry II P- WIATa IULTCO LodWrl CnkianItalneeutnIndyourfltstsnJ Milt 1 trantIon and being thoinubty s wIth Its i 54 mndcit tnanntaCtni I cn- tthtIttaaaffacIttneniin4 blnodork II nett tq dlgastlcn s i 10 dall awetlrl6onl Itnl a Vows intly- F Ir LDKASTENflUEMDLontatfliCoUntsofPbumacy I NEAT a MALT 00 LoulIII ICJI IIIrt lresllf fttJl- tn N opoUnt Lou of ttuJwod 6J11H- 11ctWoltl 8piiisoNr I UIDlItrIpiahossa BT1IOIf9 Ilqo 5 Nai Prcs 4100 1 Ion SSO- G1sslS 1NOfOSPS W5ff- tgs ao lid Aa 1nThalMcisou 3rLoule MO DAYIESS OOUNTY BANK TRUST OO- OWENSORO KY Cash Capital 850000Sle- clihold AddIt Llabllilr nooo- oou Fuadfor Custmsr 100000 oIto pTdVS4 inbiect to Lork Costs cthig to dpoo or bock out Lit tall be ISOI by mall Inisnit loS on UIIII dspomtt- uI PElt CaNT lor P 1I000uor Ip toabortrodI 1bqrIlmmodla14T- I CU orrfor torthr iflkelan TII MDERSOX Presijo- utOwi N is the tinto tor subscribe for The r Hartford Republican- I t 1- V l r cliDrORQ- I BLACKDRAUGIIT PATION j 7 Constipation Is nothing more than B clogging of the and nothing leu than vital nation or If nQt rellovoo If constipated sufferer 1could realize Is nllowlng lIth to remain 4 he would soongot relief I Constipation all of contagion Headaches bilious 4 ness and many other all men I dlaaplliar when consti 1 rated Thod lllackIrnught thoroughly claims out the an easy- and natural manner without the of calomel or other vlo 1 lent cathnrtlcs t orIglnalp made by The Chattanooga MedI clno Sold in t 2 cent and 100 packages t 0r511 U I J CasUOtnteOmmtfldThSJ3M lilaC I DrICshttOOblitkll tkeipltlpw7hotui 1t lit the UIIIO sail hays It for ta tiltS ten fun I sever 8iy rhtIdr R 0 laxative I UlID I cool neT be abll to worJi without II o ffllIIt o ID trob1t4 wiA- roadlpaUol Tour ItIJo1u tI- aU that PO aleJlcV UD I PRESIDENT HAS A DEN Description of Mr RQOstvelts Private Office and Re tiring Room I got a glimpse of the Prealdenta den the other day and It Isnt at all like the fantastic descriptions I have read about It In the newspapers In the readjustment of affairs at the White Hourebe selected for a private office and retiring room where he could shut himself off and be alone and think and read and write without interuptbon the old cabinet chamber which was used for the meetings of the Presidents advisers from Un coins time until last fall lie has had It fitted like a library or an office The beautiful carved oak desk presented to President Hayes by Queen Victoria stands near the window with a supply of stationary and a number of books of reference This desk Is made of the timbers of one of the vessels of Sir John Franklins Arctic ex- pedltlon which was rescued by the United States Hanging over the fireplace Is the portrait of George Washington which formerly hung In the corridor on the first floor of the White house On the opposite side Is the original sketch of Remlngtons picture of the Rough Riders charging up San Juan 1Il1l Several portraits of personal friends have been hung where the President can see their faces and around the wall are cases filled wIth his favorite books The view from the window however is more beautiful than any artificial embellishment As he sits at his desk he commamids one of the moat beautiful vistas In the worlda long sweep of the Potomac with the Washington monument In the toegroupd and the mansion at Arlington far In the distance on tie tight lie has a map of the United States and Europe hanging back of the door where they hung In McKlnleys time A bust of Gen Grant occupies one end of the mantle and upon the top of the revolving bookcase Is the bronze figure of an Indian warrior The President cannot spend as much time In this room as he would like The continual demands upon his time keep him In the new office but he often runs away and Meks the seclusion of the den when he has a speech to prepare or some other work that requires dose application and freedom from Interruptions Here also he used to Indulge In lancing with single sticks with Gen Leonard Wood and that probably started the stury which you have seen In the newspapers that he ball tnu d the historic cabinet chamber Into gyin- asluin He will have to find somebody else to fence with now that Gen Wood has gone to the Philippines That he takes more or less exercise In this room Is evident from the fact that a pair of dumbbells are lying upon the hearth Often when becomes In he picks them up and shoves them Into the air a few time just to get his blood In circulation before he sits down to work but he never thought of making a gymnas- Ium of the roornW U Curtis Let ter In Lexington Leader Love But speaking of love were any or you ever In love Im talking about the sureenouh old fashioned complaint that makes a man inks meals and lose sleep write spring poetry aud mistake his appetite for plug tobacco not the new tangled variolold that yields to watrlmonlal treatment Matches we are told are made In heaven and I think It likely for Se tan himself Is said to have originated there Ill tell you how matches are usually made here By some horrlle accident John Henry and Susan Jane become acquainted They have no more affinity than a practical pollti clan and pure spring water but they dance and flirt fool around the front gate In the dak of the moon sigh and talk nonsense John Henry be gins to take things for his breath and Sarah Jane for he complexion The young goslings gtt wonted to each other and the first thing you know theyre tied up until death or divorce doth them pat And had they missed each other altogether they would have been just liS well and perhaps better contented with other mates and made Ienthusiastic A failure of mar tied life Moat people marry without really knowing whether theyre- In love or notmniBtake the grega noun habit for the mystic ire of Hymens torch the pangs of a baddl- gestlon for the barbed arrow form the love Gods bow But when B couples really got what ailed Romeo and Juliet theyre In no more doubt about lit than was the man lter he sat down the circular saw to see If It was running and found It the sole proprietor of a South American revolution They dont have to send their feelings to a chemist loranalysls and classification nor take an Invoice of their at factions to see If any has got away Love Is really a very serious thing 1 11 Like sea sickness everybody laughs at It but those who have It When cupid lets slip a sure enough shaft It goes through a fellows heat like a Kansas clyclone thro a colored camp meeting and all the powers of hades can never head It off Love is the most sacred word ever framed by cc- clesiastical lips Its the law of life the harmony of heaven the breadth of which the universe was born the divine essence tncreate of the ever liv lug God But love is like all other sWeet thlngsunlesa you get the very beat brand It sours awful quick Brann LEADING CHARACTERS ln a Tragedy Enacted In a New York Court Room New York June 22Wlthln the walls of the Criminal Courts building where so many murder stories have been unraveled a man employed to obtain evidence against violators of the ant1poicy lawil was shot and killed Monday by a mulatto against whom hi was prepared to testify Charles S McParlaae was the victim and William Spencer also known as William Rogers was the murderer Without a word of warning MePar lane was riddled with bullets Spen cers situ had been unerring and any one of the three shots he fired at his accuser would have proved fatal Philip n Brey who had been with McFarlane made a rush at Spencer who turned upon him and fired The bullet plowed a long furrow and the shock caused hIm to fall but his In jury was comparatively slight and be- will be able to take the stand when Spencer Is placed on trial for his lire uextMonday The negro who committed the crime was a policy runner and the victIm of the crime was very active In the antlpolJcy war Intact he was UA1 Adams Nemesis while the slayer wu a lieutenant of the dethroned I Policy King As soon as the abota were fired through the court house policemen poured from every room and the murderer was caught before he had fled a dozen step Within an hour he had been indicted for the murder by the grand jury and within a week It is believed he will he tried and eentenc- ad This will be a record SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUNG MEN John C She the Millionaire Advises Young Men In His Employ John G ShPdd millionaire and partner of Marshal Field In the dry goods business Chicago talked re cently to 500 young men in his em ploy and gave them these keys to success liThe man who Is not polite la ninety nine times out of one hundred a failure High moral character la the best commodity a business man can keep In stock You cant be a good salesman and bee liar I wish there was no such thing as tobacco In existence Y You caflt aim too hlghand be sure and pull the trigger before you get wobbly Breathe pure air Associate with good citizens Drink plenty of pure water and nothing that will Intoxicate Take plenty of wholesome ex- ercl8e By a little tnlnlnlt you will bve an outfit which will take you far ou the toad to SUccesli In business Learn how to save Give the money you are apending for tobacco and drinks to your wife to put In the savings bank Dont ever Invest your savings for the sake of the In come Its very dangerous The big head Is the worst disease that ever attacked a young man The Iellow who only thinks ordinarily and lives ordinarily and doesntmuch care will never go any where Do t lose your temper Lt the Qther feUow lose his Those who tit their youth have found themsclv li ri ally In need 0- 1earnlngtbelr daUybe have been those tio have rnadethebest Fuccess- In llfett A scientist saysth t If the earth were flattened the sea would be two miles pall over the world After 4ue meditation aKansas editor gives out the Iollowisg IU any man is caUght flattening out the earth shoot him Op the spot and dont be too blamed particular what spot There are a whole lot ofusIn Kansas that cant swim S THE GRAVE N THE CELLAR OrlR1I111t Tom ONel11 was n tool and n mason IIo had married Jenny Cone the girl ot his choice before be bnd put by any ready money and since ho couldI not always get work was not prosperous There Is nn old saying A tool for luck and a poor man for children and Tom certainly Illustrated tho last partI of the adage One night after Torn and his family had gone to bed thero coma a rap atIlila door On opening It ito saw a moo who looked more like n rag pickerJthan anything else standing door lIe asked Tom It ho was not a- mnaon When Tom replied that ho was the man asked him It bo would do a Job of work for him that night Sincolthere was nothing In the breakfast and the stranger ogrcod to pay him 2 It ho would work un fit morning Tom agreed whereupon taking his tools ho went out with the man vllo after bllndtoldlbg him led him about In a tortuous course and In to a small cellar where ho removed the bandage The place was lighted by n candle I want you to take up a portion of the cement floor and dig a grave said mnn cTbtnportion of the floor and dug a grave o feet b12 Theo the rag picker mount ld8 flight of steps opened a door and shoved the end ot n cotUnsbnped box through the opening Torn took bold and the two carried the box and lowered It Into the grave A barrel ot cement stood ready with everything netdful for mixing It Torn was directed to lay the floor smooth log It so that when the cement had become old no ono would noUoo that the floor bad been disturbed Tom who was suspicious that n murder had boon committed looked about him tq discovOr something by whtcb ho might Identify the collar though there was no proboblllty of his over coming intotIt again There Will absolutely lug unusual tn the place and nil Toni could do when the rug pickers back was turned wn to make a cross on jbladenntahod the rag pkkea blindfolded Tom flgin and ledl1tm out bUbo col- lor After taking him over B winding couoflnalLy bo rag picker said I am going to leRVa you now C9unt too and when you bavo done so take olf tha bandage It you remove It before you bave made tho count you will be a dead man You will ftnd oa the ground something worth much more to you than the sum I P81ood to pay you Torn counted then after coxin4- derablo delay removed his bandage On the ground before him was a piece of paper on whIch was written In pon clifyour pay before doing work Ten years passed Torn rem rnber- ed the rag pickers advice and would have profttod by It but there was 11- 0JlttJo work to do that ho was obliged to take his chances for pay lie wan turned out of one house after another till ho brought up In a deserted hovel on a lonely rondo It was en autumn day when the family went there and Jenny sot down on a stump and began to cry Never mind door girl said Torn cheerfully tools are usually cheerful under misfortune Irs darkest before day Maybe somethIng wUl turn up Or down added thq wile with afresh burst of teatlh Tom who was never Idle wben thed was work to do sot about gatbedD the fallen wood lying about which he carried Into the cellar Mter cnrryJn In theilrst toad ho tame out with a sin gular expression on his face anti ukec tile wife for n small hand magnifying glass that his youngest boy had used for a plaything The glass was glveu him and ho returned to the collar Presently ho went upstairs and told his wife that they were in the howw whero be bad helped make a burial Jenny was depressed anew at boring to live over B corpSe and declared that she would notgo to bed that night tttl Tom bad taken the horrid thing up and burled It In tho wood Tom who was a patient follow first prepared a now burial place then opened the grnvo In the cli r anti after mush dimeulty for Jenny could not bo bought to help him got the box much rotted out oCI its resting piflee and cnrrtedit partway up the steps to the collnr door There It slipped away from him and toll with a crash to the door breaking to pieces Torn turned round expecting to seo a ghastly corpse but Instead saw soy oral coins rolling over the floor Selz- Ing nn oz ho completed the destruction ot the box and found that It woe full ot OM pieces Jenny ho cried como here Tim comns broken and tim coipso Is roll- Ing about on the floori Jenny gl1Vo a shriek but Ii morbid fascination which Impels people to look nt awful sights led her to the cellar door and the sunlight abtotIng through a small window abowe her the IIbID lug gold Inquiry revealed to Tom that the house bad onco been babited by B roll picker who wan UllpectRdoC lOIng Q miser Dulthe maa wad deadand no ono knCw Who be WOIt or whet be had any r latlvee Tom bought the house end gradually replaced and enlarged Wa epaco It oe- upied lila wife anc chUdren were well dr08edand geusral prosperlty relined tn the tamUy No one knows where Torn got his funds and no one can find out for ho Is hts own banker anti his bank is a 1FPoor old humllated browbeaten servile Democracy once great party Influenced by great men ntandlr g for honest governme t and rule of the majority but now domthated by Its worst element inees not elected but selected by an otlice ttust regardless of the fitnesi 01 the candidate or I the preference of the people The LJ menof real ablllty In the partywlth force not even consulted Without principles or platform The number of votes for or against a candidate In no measure determining bin nomina- tlon I defeat The bosses knowin- gthaty whatever means a nomination is accomplished you have only to ask thenj if they are for negro equality and tthey will vote the Democratic Tick t They In fact are not for whH eqallty otherwise they would demand that they have a voice in de- terzning whom they should vote lot ThetPemocratic party reminds us of oii thoroughbred the winner of races fairly contested with ion t starts and proper weights bu- tnowith his head bowed down with shame aad Its weight of woe driven toagarbage cart from one disgust ug place to anotherSnnSentluel 1 A preacher came at a newspaper man In this way You editors do not tell the truth If you did you could not live your newspaper would be a failure The editor replied You are rIght and the minister who will at aU times and under all circumstance tell the whole truth about his members alive or dead wm not cc- usy hili PUlPit more than one Sun + day and then he wilt find It necessary to leave town In a hurry The press and the pulpit go hand In baud I with whitewash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues Into big ones The pulpit the pen and the gravestone are the great saint making triumvirate And the great minister went away looking very thoughtful while the editor turned ta his work and told of the surpassing beauty of the bride while In fact she was as homely as a mud fencer A novel ordained by nature for july he uThe Pretenders In Llpplu- cotts midsummer number It Is by Ina Brevoort Roberts who wrote IThe Lifting of a Finger and Is ust as entertaining and even brighter a F r Sale A Scholorshlp In Bryant and Strat- ton Business College Apply to this office During the last six years under Republican rule the per capita clrcu- latlon of money In the United States has Increased nearly fifty per cent Yet we hear the deadheads howling for a change back to Democratic methods at this time simply hasnt sense enough to know prosperity rom a barrel of brooms Maude Howe has written for the July Llpplncotts Magazine B charm ing paper on her housekeeping expe rlences during a hot summer In Rome The street cries of vendors of fruit and milk are given with the musical notes and the authors descriptions are brimming with a humor not In inical to her valuable facts SHERIFFS SAUl The Commonwealth of Kentucky To the Sheriff of Ohio County GreetlnjWe command you that you expose to sale the estate of Gus St c1aire towit One house and par cclotland In the town of Dundee Ohio county Ky as the property of Gus St Claire and bounded as follows On the East by the Hartford nnd Hardlnsburg road on th North by Hartford and Hardlnsburg 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 ttlll remains In your bands unsold as you have certified to the Judge of our GraysQn Circuit Court to satisfy James Gray the sum of 6oo Sixtyfive Dollars with Interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 30th day of September 1911 until paid Also the sum of 1595 which Imth same Cliult was adjudged to him for his costs In that behalf cx- pended whereof he hath recovered ex- ecutlon against the said St Claire by virtue of a judgment of the Grayson Circuit CoUrt and that you have the said sums of money before the Judge of our said Court on the mat day of August next to satisfy the saId PlaIntiff the debt Interest and costa aforesaid and have then and there this writ Given under my hand as Clerk of said Couttlhls 8th day of June 19 3- JItSS T GOSWELL Clerk By ISAAC T LaYMAU D C Pursuato the above order I will oOer I6rB 1ci the above described plOp cIty atUie Court House door In Hart fcird Ohio county Ky on Monday the 6th day of July 193 between the hours of one oclock p m and three oclock p at to the highest and best bhider- Tnaus oIl SArETbzee months with bond ndlIpprovet tilcurlty CAt P KnowN S 0 C By R L BovnDS dA8rr onEABean to Bignatori of Th8111d You Halt AloJS BeugM WOMANI Who Murdered lIer husband Re leased After 27 Years- imprisonment New York June sa Alter twent seven years behind prison bats Mro Emma Whvple Is frf through the pardon granted her a few days ago by Gov Olell When the woman was escorted from the Mattewan Hospital for the Insane to the ralloay station at Newburg she appeared completely dazed at the strange sights Mrs Wimple was sentenced to life Imprlli tiinent for poisoning her bus band She entered Sing Sing Ii pret ty girl of eighteen and emerged liberty a grayhalred woman of forty five Ilfteen months ago sbe was found to be losing her reaon and was taken to the asylum from which she has just been liberated Apparently she will soon entirely recover Mrs Wimble will live with the sis ter of her husband She poisoned the latter as the outcome of a love at fair The young man who wa tried as her accomplice also was sentenced to lire but died In prison many years IIgo Chamborlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy remedyhascomplaintsItone remedy that can always be de pended upon and that Is pleasant to take It is especially valuable for summer dlnrrhoea In children and Is undoubtedly the means of saving the lives of J1 great many children each year For sale by all druggists CIUVINGTON COLO I June 15 Kind edltcr as I see no news from these parts I thoughtIj- would write you a few you will Just close that old wasW basket I while I write Welt It has been rather windy for I the past two months and little rain until the 4th of June It began rain are1flushso damp as our cousins In Kansas The Arkansas River Is on a tear but except a few bridges washed out no material damage was done I wonder what has become oi our Niagara friend I suppose he Is still running from that Manner bullet that hit his funny bone in Manila I shouldnt wonder If the stars do look different to him I suppose he dldnt tarry long at Niagara Oh yes I see him now hugging the north pole pecking around the north star toward the Philippines now he Is watching a tagal warrior up the pole Well I have no marriages births deatha suicides or water spouts to report this week On account of hard winter and late spring there will not be more than a half crop of cal ves and lambs this year Well If this dont get Into the basket I will eat a prairie dog the 4th of July ante J to WELLER S W TilE cNHINO Aria IIELINO tUllE rOR- CATARRHla- ElVS CREAM BAlM Easy aDd pleasant to nw Contains no la- lalo dnlJr It Is quickly absorb ad Gives Itellef at- oneS It opens and tlanteo the Nasal IlMaRt Allay laSs mtIoni lonla and lrotecta till CATARRH I COLD HEAD Membrane Jtrstorea the 88a ot Taste and Smelt larl8 hue ro cents at Urnggtsta orb mall Trllll Site lOconts hr mall rY DIIOTIIEIIH ra Warren street New York Whistling Bullets 1Dont be afraid of a bullet that youve heard whistle said an old soldier Ifit sings In your ear rest assured that It will never harm you It Is afact as any old soldier will tell you that you nevI r hear the bullet which hits you It Is R prOblem of wlntage as the boys In the army tolled It In other words the bullet whIch you hear sing has already sped past you and the bullet which hits you has hissed lu the ear of tonic other fellow In passing before It got to you It is a simple proposition after all The singing of the bullet Is the atmospheric vibration which is created and the resistance which the air IIfJ1rs to the progress of the bullet This cannot be detected by the ear until the bullet has crossed a parallel line with the ear It may sail over your head or whizz close to the ground but If It passes you all the ear will catch the sound of Its fight To the soldiers of muy battles the voice of the bullet Is music He kuocsthat he need have no dread of the bullet that sings In his ears It Is the bull t that he does not heat that must be feared and It Is this bullet which alwas brings harm to him No soldier ever heard the bullet which inflicts a wound on him I was amused by a raw soldier who was attached to our command It was his first time on the firing line We were skirmishing and some sharpshooters were having some fun at out expense A bullet whizzed close to him Faintly we could hear the crack of the rifle but It was not distinct enough to alarm even anovlcef The singing of the bullet however brought B blanched expression to his face He did not wince however We were lying In the edge o the woods Another bullet buzzed by Pu those things I dont like soldiez1Zipicloseto hiahiidEHewnn paier still Comrade he said to me between blerched lipa I dont want to be shot from the ambush lets charge the devils I told him not to fear a bulL let that had spoken to him on Its fight but he did not like the Idea of lying there In the woods and listen tog to the voices of these Invisible messengers of deathNew Orleans TlmesDemocrat FLRSTSEASONaB1 SEA SHORE EXCURSION T- OAtlantic City Cape May Sea Isle City Re hobothand other Atlantic Coast Reso- rtsThursday July 30 I Very Low Rates Good on regular express trains with Pullman Sleepers Ob servation Cars Dining Cars and Elegant Coaches Return Llttiit12 Days Including Dote of Sale Stop over privileges at Philadelphia and Washington D c on return journey A popular vacation trip over the All- eghnies through historic Harpers Ferry Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Dtwrlptln pamphlets IthlUIf Hat and IoaUon- of all hotell rats and other paUcnlan can be had from any altflat 8 tO SW or by address log O P tecARrwo I Cincinnati Ohio- it S lIao n P A LoulnllJe Ky A Truth Aptly Put An anxious inquirer says an ez change wants to know why a news paper Is like a woman The various answers given are Because It has to have some one to run It Be cause both have to be known to be appreciated Because both are good advertising mediumstlBe cause both have to be pressed Because It occasionally changes Its dress and tells tales The correct answer Is Because every man should have one of his own and not be running around after his neigh bors Au Orleanes girl writing to a Salem young man said DearestWe are all so well and the puppy you gave rue is the sweetest long legged rascal you ever saw Hoping you ate the same I am yours etcSalem Lead er The the or Boy 1315 and liSaithy- I HJ little boy wu very sick and would not take any nourishment I got a package of FOlCO and fed him 011 It and am pleased to OIIJ hela thrirtog I will now put him bo aide any boy ot his ago as he Is big and healthy AI I feed him on is Force II Mas J LJDUI Kun 8 FOR ADVICE Every Woman Should Write Dr So- BI Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium IIMrs Joseph LncoUo Ottawa East letCanada writes Poruna is bettor by tar than any other medicine sold in the DomInion tor the troubles peculiar to Ute sexI mt fared wIth backache headach nd- drggtng down pains for over nine months and nothIng relieved me a par tlcleuntllltookPernne lewbotUc relieved me of my miserable halfdcJ- hattaUve condition I am now in good health and havo neither athe or paine nor hayo I had any for the past you It every utrerl08 woman would take Pcruna they wonJd IlOOD know Itsvalu and never bo without ItUri JoI eph LsceUoI Wre nome Advie In view of the groat multitude of- Women suffering from some form of female dlioaso and yet unable to find any cure Dr Hansom lbs renowned on female catarrhal din MM has announced his wlIIIagn ss qIduring tho summer months wlffiout chsJTCtThoaO wIShing to become patleta should address The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY lscoarOUTlla ABC good health FREE ipccThllst Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own Iinea and be In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be lit the whole expense ii you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For partlcn- larll call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky- WAziTEoYouug men to prepare for Government positions Pine open ings In aU departments Good asia rica Rapid promotions Examina- tlous soon Particulars freeInter State Cot Inst Cedar Rapids Ia 8t ITELEPHONE 11lelegraph ITheres nothing the matter with I have the Cuinber Telephone In my residence and hItSIphont Your for good service and gefltlemanly competition I fi PINOWhIN Mar I Jim Dumpl wa rther of ala Who by her brightness led her class- The teacher asked MillIDumps the question II How can you best assist digestion P If- II fly eating Force When told to hlai I This story tickled II SunDl Jimt I PrcBcad7t08cne Ctzeal Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 2S years Average Ann1la1 SaIeIovO nd a HallMiJlioa bottles Does tIrecord ofmerit ealto you No Cure No Pay SOc EIoaed with evy bottle La a Te cnt package of Crove1Iack Root Uver Psi i Hartftird Republican t uuo1 by the hartford Vililtetilng Com njr lcColtN1fl1V tEtcr otEo- CUnc1tlon31Lnoucb =1 er Z FRIDAY JUNE 26 REPUBLICAN TICKET POR nSmHSBNTATIVK DRit D PARK Roctport Ky FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLHnK- IS G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky A ECEMFTS Fnr Nlnlo Srnnlor- k Wo nfl nnthorlied to nnnonnro IIOX A S nUNSETT M n cnmlldnto for Htnte Senator from tho Seventh Senntorlnl Itlntrlct uIjett to the action of the ItcpaMuan party We nro nnlhorlteO to nnnonnre 8I STK VBX8 tuacnnilliliitoforStnte Senator from th Sev enth Senatorial DUtrict enbjcct to the action ol the Itepnllloau party Wenrenuthortw l to ntmouni n IIAKKll IllIOAOS ns a candidate for Htnte Senntor Irom the Seventh Senatorial illntrlct ub3t to the action of the llepubllcan party I iNfiUHANCE aeeuts are out of busi ness in Breatliitt county CANT Happy Hooligan go to tho assistance of Chairman Allio Young t TIlE hung jury in the Jett While case at Jackson will mean a hung Jett and White at Cynthiann we trust JOHN B HURST of Harlan coun ty 5a n candidate for tho Republican nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals GAIT C C Calhoun of 808000 taxpayers money fame ia in Wash ington looking after another Spanish American war claim TUE Filipinos are said to be awake to the importance and necessity of goodroads Could they not send a few missionaries to Ohio county n COULD the Republicans do better than to nominate John C Willis of Lexington for Superintendent ol Public Instruction We think not How about our railroad Are the good citizens lending their aid in a material way to tho enterprise by 4 donating the right of way over which the proposed road will run THE pugilist Bob Filzsimmous bail been knocked out again Cupid met him face to lace and Filz if ho re sisted was completely overcome He is engaged to Miss Julia May Grif lard BormssKi COCIANCHIK of New York claims to be the rightful heir to the Servian throne He should have tacked the victch to his assault upon tho alphabet and he would have I Ibeen 0 K S CHICAGO is going to spend 84000 000 on her parks this year Hartford will spend 30c on her streets making a grand total of 8100000030 spent on internal improvements in the two cities during the year WE are in receipt ofa timetable t folder of the Henderson route which is a real work of art This route will be a popular way for the people of this part of the state who visit the St Louis Fair next year IN an interview Mr Cleveland says emphatically ho will not bo a candidate for President in 1001 Now if some one can successfully in terview Bryan what u silence would come to heal the blow of sound IK it is auyonj sworn or incrfl duty to look alter the public roads and bridges of the county we would sug I gest that they might interest themselves and perhaps benefit the tray cling public by spending a few days looking and doing YES we remember that Governor Beckham proclaimed it as it were from tho house top during lila campaign for Governor in 1000 I will not pardon anyone convicted by a jury of twelve men at a fair trial Has he kept his promise IF tho assassination business is to become popular in Servia it would be a good plan to establish a depart ment of the Servian Language in the leading Universities so that the dis patches relating to the slaughter of its rulers may be interpreted THE distinguished Judge of the Breathitt County Court who is also a member of G iveruor Beckhnms Democratic State CeirrM Committee will foot tho bill for the ltuncs lur nishcd to Curt Jett and Toni A bite while in jail The fodder will consist principally of mountain low in unlimited quantities i THE public should not forget that Judge James Hargis the real bans of tho defense in the Jet and White murder trial is a member of the Democratic State Central Committee and is one of Governor Bcoklmmi political advisers That Judge Red wine who presided in the trial of the case and who transferred the prose cution to Harrison county where the last legal hanging occurred in 1841 ia tho same Redwmo that presided i 4 4 I I over the famoua Music Hull conven tion J Cumis JBTT the alleged assassin of Attorney Marcum ia familiarly known throughout Breathitt county ns Wild Dog Ho is young in yeatc but the record of the Broathitt Circuit Court shows that ho is old in achievements In the brief period between his release from the peni tentiary on a pardon from Governor Beckham and the assassination of James B Marcum be had been in dicted antI tried tour times for various felonies Tom Wbito has not made quite M good use of his time as Wild Dog AS he was chargedwith and tried for only one murder during tho interim between his release on n Gov Beckham pardon and his corn plicity in the Marcum tragedy Call for County Convention WIIURRAS At n regular meeting of the Republican State Ccntial OUI mUte held In the city of Louisville on May 14 1913 U was ordered that a State Convention of delegates beheld at the Auditorium in the city ot Louisville on Wednesday July 15 19031 at 2 oclock p nt fur the purpose of nominating candidates of the Republican party for the state offices to be filled rt the election November 1903 viz- Governor Lieutenant Governor Treasurer Auditor Commissioner ol Agriculture Labor and Statlstlcts Secretary of State Attorney General Superintendent of Public Instruction Clerk of the Court of Appeals It being lutthcr ordered that the delegates to said convention phall 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 II 19031 at 2 oclock p mIIt 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 Hartlord on Saturday July n 1913 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose ot electing delegates to attend said Convention at Louisville on Wednesday July 15 1913 This June 16 1913 NICHOLAS BARRASS Chrun of Ex Com Ohio Co J 11 DBWBES8 Secy State ol ssLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior pertner of the firm ol F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State atorcsatd and that said firm will pay the sum ot One Hundred Dollars lot each and eveiy case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day ol De camber A D 1886 I SlA W GlelOn Notary Public Halls Cntarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials ree- F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the beat Who Can Tell Dont snub a boy because he wears shabby clothes When Edison the inventor of the telephone first enter ed Boston be wore a pair of yellow linen breeches In the depth of winter Dont snub a boy because his house is plain and unpretending Abraham Lincolns eArly home was a log cabin Dont snub a boy because of the Ig norancc of his parents Shakespeare the worlds poet was the son of a man who was unable to write his own name Dont snub ft boy because he chooses an humble trade The au thor el Pilgrims Piogie e was a tinkerDont snub a boy because of his physical disability Milton was blind Dont snub a boy hecause of dull ness In lila lessons Hogarth the celebrated painter and ergraver was a stupid boy at his books Dont snub a boy because he stut ters Demosthenes the greatest ors tor of Greece overcame a harsh and stammering voice Dont snub anyone Because some day he way far outstrip you In the race of life Selected p SELECT KY June 23leople are about through harvesting wheat in this community Miss Ella Pirtle Cromwell visited relatives and friends in our midst last week Mr Willie Colenmn Owensboro visited his slater Mrs Estelle Ar buckle last week Misses Verda Stewart and Dale Norman and Mr Guy Ranncy visited lilt finiily of G G Arbuckle Sunday MisIlectra Austin Denver Darns visiting her sister Mrs Pearl Ar buckle 4 The sinning school at Oak Grove under the management of A H Stewart sums to be quite a succcde Mr II 11 Stewart who lisa been quite ill of rheumatism is able to be out again A good number oi our people are expecting to attend tbe St Johns celebration at Mo gn own next Wednesday The Select string hard meets IveryI Wednesday tied Saturday nights The band makes excellent music POlJ lt PARDONS I i IN MONROE Another Flagrant Case of Partisan Injustice Three Democrats Assaij and Kill an Active- Republican Judge Bradburn a Beckham Appointee Presented Peti tion to the Govern or Frankloit Jnn 23 While the eyes of tbe State are fixed upon lh cornplic tloiiBof mnnliT and pojltirs In lUealhltt county and Gov Heck ham sitou the safety valve ol his box of pardons to the Hnrgls faction unwilling to let the public know the tacts there etc other localities where he has issued pardons to political murderers In fact the Governors pardon tevoid is so voluminous thAt when he sits on part of it some of the remainder is expoied like a hen try Ing to set on too many eggs The transfer ot the Jett and White cases from Breathitt to Hnrrlson where they will be tried befote Jndge Oa borne brings up the pardon record in the Harlan cases in Monroe county in which the pardons were solicited by Judge B W Bradbum also an ap pointee of the Governor as JUdge of the Twentyninth Judicial circuit to succeed Judge Settle who was elected to the Court of Appeals bench last NovemberIThe record of the Harlan pardons In Monroe county reeks with politics On February 8 1900 Sam Harlan William Harlau John Harlan and John Akerd were indicted lor the murder of D 0 Sanders who was a school teacher Sanders was an ardent and active Republican and the Ilarlans and Akers were active Dem ocratic workers The Harlans lived in Tennessee just over the State line from Monroe county Sam Harlan was the lather of the other two lIar laus and they were bitter enemies of young Sanders They came over in to Kentucky to work for the election of Goebel in 1899 That election brought about a quarrel between the Harlans and Sanders A month later the house in which Sanders taught school was burned Sanders accused the Harlans of the crime The Har tans accompanied by Akers went to see him about it attacked him with knives stones and clubs and stabbed and beet him to death It does not appear that there were any witnesses to the killing except the murderers themselves but San ders was a man ot slight physique and entirely unable to cope with the four men who killed him BILL HARLANS TRIAL The Harlans and Akers were in dicted and Bill Harlan was arraigned for trial In the October following 1900 Monroe ia a Republican coun ty and Harlan asked for a change of venue on the ground that he could not get n fair trial because of political prejudice against him The Judge overruled the motion because It nrl vanced political reasons only the same ruling having just been made by Judge Cantrill in the Goebel mur der cases at Franklort A number of Democrats made affidavit supporting Harlann plea for a change of venue Bill Harlan was forced to trial arid convicted of murder The jury act Ing upon the idea that as the son ol Sam Harlan he had been Influenced by filial devotion In taking part in the killing gave him a sentence of twentyone years In the penitentiary He was pardoned November 8 190 three weeks after conviction PARDONS VOlt ALL THE KILLERS As soon as the verdict was rendered without appealing to the highest court application was made to Gov Beckham for a pardon The applica cation was presented by Judge W B Bardburn who went to Franklott for that purpose He was a strong Dem ocratic lawyer in that district What passed between Brndburn and Beck horn in the private hearing oi the ape plication will never be known But the petitions and affidavits on file show that the pardons were asked for purely on political grounds and that the Governor granted them in his usual formula thatton strong case of selfdefense had been marie out Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no Appetite eel dull nfter eating and wake up with a ba I taste in your mouth They will improve you appetite cleanse and Invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by all drug gist Buys Guns in Cincinnati Cincinnati June 23 Judge Jimeo Hargli was in the city yesterday and today and visited one of the leading gun stores where he umde sevtn1 purchases ludpr Hargta WAS desir ous that his pieacnce be unknown and refused to meet any newspaper men He met several old rlldiwhile here And spent s verxl lioJis with them lie refuse to have anything to ay Hbcut ihe Kr athlttccui ty trouble a d iyip n served in his ezprseioos Jwsr1ge tIngle xpfs tr flot loads Ccr lie thUt only In this city In ft tlietiesr future He stated toan in tluiae friend that his business tri Cln cinAati wait strictly personal FORDSVILLE KY Everybody seems to be going to the Dundee picnic Saturday Mrs Lee Montgomery and visitor Miss Ethel Conniff of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday in Owens bOlo the guests of Miss Virgie Ken licdy Mr C It lord and family me vis fling the family ol Mr Willie Ford at Jackson Ky Mrs Mary Howard and little son ot Rookvnlf visited the family ot Mr J T Smith Sr the latter part of last week Mrs Allen Sargent nnd children of Rockport Ind are the guests of Mr and Mrs W II Sargent and Mr and Mrs W W Camp Misses Daisy Define and Emma Lou Moorman of Glendenne spent several days this week with Mrs Roht Crider Mr and Mrs Charlie Beard and children are visiting Mr Beards parents In New Albany ladjMr and Mrs I C AI1ri1rani daughter Marian went to awes vllle Friday returning Saturday Mr James Martin wife and baby Christine left last week for Colorado where Mr Martin goes for his health Miss Anna Smith is the guest of Miss Jennie Beard In New Albany Mr Thatcher Allen of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Alma Ford last SaturdayMiss Galncs and Jack Walker went to Sulphur Springs Sunday Mrs W W Camp and Mrs Sar gent went to Irvlngton Wednesday Mr and Mrs J B Howard spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Jarboe of near Hardinsburg Another little son has arrived to make its home at Mr J W UalesI Mrs Settle Johnson and Mrs Mar garet Smith spent Tuesday with their sister Mrs Mary Howard at Rock valeMrs Mack Smith and their Immediate family gave Mr Mack Smith a large birthday dinner Sunday There were fiftyseven present An elabo rate dinner was served and an Ideal day spent by all Mr and Mrs J M Graham of Narrows were here Sunday for the Smith birthday celebration I have been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mass and have been taking Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so thinga3thatbefore trouble with your stomach why not take thesa Tablets and get well For sale by all druggists i Notice f Those owing me by note or account will please call on or address E G Kirby Narrows Ky and sette came within the next 30 days If not set tied In this time I will be compelled to sue on all outstanding Indebted ness to me So please heed this no tice and save cost 4t3 H F BittnMD RENDER KYv lune 25 Mr W H Stanley has resigned his position as marshal of Reuder Mr L E Herrel was appointed in his place Philip Roberts and James Mcintyre have rtturned from LIuton Ind Mr George Fox visited bin parents in Hopkins county last week Mrs R E Chapman1ls visiting relatives In Mr and Mrs E G Burton have returned to their home In Stanton Ill after a few weeks visit with Mrs Burtons parents Mr and Mrs T Jahti Mrs J L Burton Is visiting in Sturgi at this writing Mr George Baker of Central City was in this city Saturday on business Miss Jessie DQwell Is visiting in Habltt Daviess county Hon Alvis S Bennett of Buford wns in Render last Saturday Mrs Lizzie Reid is visiting rela tives in Central City Mr and Mrs G T Wester Held of Central City was in thin city last weekMr John Bibb ol Sacramento was here Sunday and Monday Misses Fairy Gish and Delarlse Wlllhoyte have returned to Stcra mento alter a weeks visit with Mrs F E Harris Mr E A Hotter of Central City was In town yesterday- Mr J S Spence was in Central City Monday on business Messrs H J Faibach and C L yesterday Mr W S Vlck ol O cnsbcro was here Monday on business Mr Lem McGavock of Cloverport was In town yesterday Mrs Hn Wnltrip rend Miss Annie dipintobefore you buy it f Lion Coifeecomes in sealed airtight packages no chance for handling1Ior dirt or get in Clean Fresh and Fragrant Swain of Denver Darn nre visiting theirslster Mrs W H Stanley Miss Jtta Stroud of Central City was the guest of her uncle Rev E F Rowe last Sunday Misses Myrtle HInes Cczzle Reid Mable Mtddox and Ethel Deeter of Rockport antI Judson Rowe of Render passed through town en route to Beaver Dam Sunday Chest Cargol was In Beaver Dam SaturdayMrs Ashby and Miss Verda Aahby were In Rockport Saturday There will be a crowd from here at tend the entertainment at Rockport Saturday night- Theboyswlll cross bats with the Ceratvo Boys next Saturday at Mc HenrySheriff Cal P Keown attended the Red Mens Lodge last Friday nt Mc HenryDr II B Innis was In Beaver Dam yesterday on business Mr John F Mocker Is visiting in Central City and Bevler this weekIMr Simon Jones was in Hartford Sunday Notice to Contractors- I will receive bids for the construc tion of a new church at No Creek Bids to be made at once DAVID MORRLAND Chmn Bid Com Hattlord Ky June 25 1933 Enjoyable Communion of Masons Keystone Royal Arch Chapter No 100 held special communication in Masonic Hall Hartford Ky Wednes day evening June 24 at which the following were welcome visitors Most Excellent Jas Keely Excellent Win W Clark thigh Priest and Scribe of Owensboro Chapter No 42 Companions J I Harder Dr Barn hill Camp and C C Miller oi Fords uille Chapter No ida Companions Everet Taylor C W Taylor James Thomas and K N Taylor ol Beaver Dam Chapter The Chapter conferred Mark Masters Post Masters Most Excellent Masters and August Degree of Royal Arch Mason on class of sev en candidates The visiting Com panions rendered valuable assistance In the conferring of the several de glees for which the local Compan ions are very grateful A light lunch was served at 1045 which all Com passions appeared to enjoye- dHANUINGRAREIN HARRISON Jett and White Will be Tried Where Last Death Sentence was Carried out in 1847 Cynthlana Ky June 23Judge J J Osbsrne this forenoon gave out the Information that he will call a special teim of the Harrison Circuit Ciurt for the trial ol the JettWhite case to be gin Monday July 27 and at least ten days prior to that time will hold a special term oi one day only for the purpose of appointing a special Bailiff to execute the processes from his couit for witnesses in Breathitt coun ty Some suitable Bieathltt county man will be appointed by him as ape clal Bailiff- A detail ol militiamen of about twentyfive will probably be asked lot by Judge Osborne to guard the jail especially at night during the term of the trial The soldiers will be asked for If at all to safeguard auy possible attempt at rescue Ng soldiers will be In evidence at or about the court house as Judge Osborne has repeat edly said that he would not try a man upqttany kind of a charge with sol diets present as the effect could not be but tooverawe either the defense of tle prosecution There has not been a Judicial hang- Ing in this county since November 1847 when David Sheely was hanged upon the charge of murdering his wife Nancy She ly Years after the bringing of Sh elyu man named Wil son confessed on his death bed that he had murdered the wife bf Sheely while Sheely was insensibly drunk Juries in this county have since that time been overcautious about Inflict- Ing the death penalty A Rockport Kyi bride sues for di vorce because her husband is not worth as much AS he said he was or as she thought he was Some girls may marry for protection this girl married for revenue otilyRichm- ond Pantograph Notice i The third annual celebration of Dundee Lodge No 733 F A M DundeeKySoturd or of St fohuu Day with a grand iarbicure E P Mcorc J V Sproule and IL C Actoo Committee 455t CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of e Deboe for Belknap Former United States Senator De bee is in the city lie predicts the nomination of Col Morris n Belknap ol Louisville for Governor by the Republicans This is based rijjely on his view ot the situation in Western Kentucky He believes Col Delknnp will carry ten out of thirteen counties n the First district tour out oi right n the Second all in the Third and I will break even in the Fourth Mr srveralldaysLoulsvllle yl ci71c a Gray II My hair was railing out and turning gray very fast But your Hair Vigor stopped the tailing and restored the natural colorMrs- E Z Bcnommc Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair I Perhaps you are seventy you like your gray hair If not use Ayers Hair Vigor fourgraydark 109 L Urn Al initial If your itotraic cannot etpiIy OU centS us ca tIte urn will express you a tiotito jin nr 1111fhO tho name ot yourliurtli CrN Ahlreu Avun co Lowell Mass BEDA KY Farmers are very busy In this com munltyMr Walter Parks Hartford visit ed friends here Sunday Afternoon Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer spent Sunday night with Mrs Bet nice Dodson Mr Ernest Twtddell Hartford was the guest of Mr B M Bennett and family Sunday afternoon Mr Hosea Shown Adahburg has purchased the storehouse and grocer lea ot Mr Frank lUcks Miss Tro len ol the Wash- Ington neighborhood who has been visiting Misses Oma nud Jessie Tick enor returned home Sunday Mr Thouits Maples and family were the guests ol Mr and Mrs W C AmtroseSunda Mr S R Bennett went fo Hartford Saturday Master Commissioners Sale OHIO CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY A W IlLtrX ruinturye AT HIAIK IMfOdnnt By virtue 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 ol dividing the proceeds I will offer for sale by Public Auction at the Cowl House door In Hartford on Monday the 6th day of July 1903 about one oclock pm upon a credit of six months the following described prop erty towit A track ol land In Ohio county Ky on Muddy creek at the mouth of Pigeon Roost creek and adjoining the lands ol Jas P Stevens and Marlon Sanderrur and Jno Oldham on the South side and known as the Bell survey and contains one hundred and fifty acres Also a tract of land In the same vicinity and bounded as follows Be ginning at or near two beech trees a corner on the bank of Pigeon Roost Fork of Muddy creek thence 840 poles to a white oak and leech south of Muddy creek thence down said creek with its meanders to the mouth of Pigeon Roost Fork thence with said creek to the beginning contain Lag eight and threefourths acres or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made Sub ject to the homestead and dower right of defendant Emily Black The purchaser will be required to securityImmediately This loth day ol June 193 ROWAN HOUJkOOJ Master Cbmmltsloner HKAVRIN WOODWARD Attys a p Master Commissioners Sale OHIO CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY ANSIK COOIIIIJlalntUIn II C AlSTISUIJooIentlant By vittue of a judgment ami order of site ol the Ohio Circuit Curt rendered xt the May term igij in the above CHfe in the sum of 187 00 with Irtereht at the rate o 6 per cent net annum trom the 3rd day of April 19 ah costs herein I will rfler for sate by Public Auction at tbe Court House en rill H rtford on M nday the 6 II rIolul 19 3 about one orok p in upon A credit of six monlliH the tullowing described property tow i O e huuse and lot In the town of Beaver Dam Ky being designated as lot No 83 in Tichenors addttitlon to town ot Beaver Dam Ky and for Further description see record plot of same in County Court Clerks office Hartford Ky or sufficient thereof to to produce the sums of money ordered t 6 be made The purchaser will be required to securitylunmerliately Thl petit day of lune 193 ROWAN HOLBROOK Master Commissioner HEAVRIN WOODWARD Attys i Constipation And nil symptoms and Results of Indigestion Absolutely removed bj the ute of DR CARLSTEOTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded II you are not pledwith teulUI tu cured tbouiandi wb31ot you P Mr E 11 Ilickttt a prominent merchant of Plenlrupon feelbetteren ldrMenitif cured of thu moil tilmenu U now If70Dit will COlt YOU onit 2S cenit and should it oot proTouwtaay the drujriit U aulbortud toyour money TUB AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO BwnevUle lad sjI oa Hughes Chill Tonic I I ElItes than Cattail and Quinine Contains no arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE years inncM Ilnghra Tonic remedy Mnliulnl LOOK A TIME JnTiw llnghni Chill Tonic tuft plfimnnt taken early Hptlnn FilIIIlLinrruU Chill Ifcngu Malarial Fe fern Action llrrr tones up EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Sure Cure Chills and Fevers Malarial FevcisSwnmp Fevers nnd Bilious Fevers Just what you need at this seasonI- T rAilS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE Try it Dont take any Sutstitnete All Druggists SOc lBottlcs J SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING Forty In the South a great for rhlltij and all iYvrra STITCH IN nine In and and the ton intern lor OIVIR PREPARED BY ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY ixroitroniTin LOUISVILLE KY I Fans Fans 1 S T1 JkM 4l Again our buyer has ransacked tho market for tho 4 newest things tho market affords and to secure anyt 43 thing by which wo can save tho purchases some 4- i money at tho same time givo ho or she good first 1 class material Wo placed on salo Monday morning 4 J twentyfive dozen Funs that originally cost tho f H wholesaler 5 10 15 20 and 25conts each Our it 4l price on this entire lot is 3 5 and 10 cents each fc You can save from 2 to 15 couts on each Fan = 4l tI 4 4 t Belts E 4I El 4 While Wash Bolts 15to25c8 4l J Now ideas in Black Bolts 25 to 60c El 4l i 4 El fi Trimmings i Now line of Cluny Insertings 20cts per yd up 4l 4V New Normandy Val Bonds 10 to 50cts per yd I 4 El I 4l fi 4l Hair Ornaments i14l Now Combs 10 to 25cts each l 4l t I lJ 47 New Hair 1t0 25cts each 4l El 41 El 4l El j4 Your Mail Orders will receive prompt attention El i I 4 El I Your presence will bo appreciated iJ S4lBeriesjI 1 1 Beaver Dam Kentucky 4l 4l r 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 RHEUMATISM anti other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its eiTcct is marvelous rolioving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be cheer fully rofunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c Argon Oil Co 136 W Main Louisville Ky C J Cr If You Want To keep postedand oflionvise wellinformed subscribe lVr The Ropublican And get al the news nil thu time5I 1 June Specials tr Indications are now that the hot weather is right on us We have some Special Goods at 1tprices that will help to keep you cool So dont worry yourself but visit us and we will t do the resta WASH GOODS Pretty lino Polka Dot Organdies real value lOeour Juno prices Tic Sheer lino of India Linens credit houses got Hcour Juno price lOc 20 styles Figured Dimitiessell readily at 20cour Juno price ICc WOOLEN SKIRTINGS 30inch woolfilling Henrietta silk finish usually soils for 35cour Juno price 25c 44inch allwool black Sharkskin desirable for skirts worth Ocour Juno price 75c 44inch black Etamino for skirts or suits retail readily at 100 our Juno price 85c LADIES FURNISHINGS Tapedncck Vest 8c Jap Fans 5c lOc 15c and 25c Silk Fans 50c 75c 1 and 150 Millitnry Hose Supporters 25c Newest Stylo Linen Collar lOc Shirt Waist Sots 25c row Bolts 25c to 50o New Turnovers 25c to 75c MENS FURNISHINGS Balbrigan Underwear 2oc Scrivons Drawers 50c French Webb Suspenders 25c Linen Collars lOc nnd 15c Now Stylo Ties 25c host Madras Shirt 50c Hoso Supportors lOc 1 Besides these wo are making special low prices on Bleached anti Brown Cotton Table Linens Oil Cloths Crash Shirtings Cottonadcs Etc for June Dont other peoples debts by buying from creditrsolling 4 houses You will find our stock high in quality low price Wo will sell you more goods for same oy and same goods for less money than any undI Ohio county The Bargain Center Is- fffff4ffffffffffffffff Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNK 26 I Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Go to Carson Bros for Seed Irish Potatoes Soda Water and Lemonade at City Restaurant Summer Belts for the summer girls at Fair Cos Mrs Jno B Poster who has been very sick Is no better I The new things In Straw Hats for men are at Fair Cos Nicest Candles and Cakes in Hart ford at City Restaurant Apples Oranges Lemons pad Ba nanas at City Restaurant Bargains in Lulien Strap Sllpptri and Oxfords nt Pair COP The R G Cutsets lire better than tVclM new lot ul Fan Coi MI M 1 what dellcioub Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant We have suits to suit you at prices to suit you CARSON Co New Laces and Embroideries for Shirt Waists etc at Pair Cos Why dont you bring us some Fry Ing Chickens CARSON Co We have lots of W L Douglas Oxfords Try a pair CARSON Co City Restaurant has the finest canned and bottled goods In Hartford If you have either old or new feath ers for sale come to see Carson Co Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage and Crackers at City Restaurant Cut prices In Fair Cos Millinery are making them movebetter come early Come to see me in the building fort merly occupied by J W Fords feed store SAM BACI McCall Patterns at PAir Cos i none better none higher than roc jdisc iSharksktnthe new Skirting In Jblack44 Inches wide for 750 at f Fair Cos i t ruumPBack ISCOTTS EMULSION wont nuke a back straight neither will It make lhump leg long but It feeds soft bone Idiseased bone and Is among genuine meant of recovery In rickets and bone consumption Seed for free SCOTT z BOWNK ChemUu 409411 P ogaDdfmlall l Street dmyghtlNa York I t fJ t r- fffff+ffffffffffffffffffffffi Hartford will adjourn to Dundee to morrowMrs E M Woodward Is qlte ill of malaria trouble Mr Thomas Bean Is erected a new dwelling on Union street New Pans new Belts new Shirt Waists Sets at Fair Cos Dont fall to visit Sam Back In his new quarters next door to Pairs Youpg man If you want a new summer Suit call at Fair Cos Uncle Billy Bennett Beda celebrated his eIghty sixth birthday last Monday The Birdsell Wagon Companys new saw mill at this place began work yesterday Mrs A II Rowan who was quite sick the first of the week Is very much Improved If you are extra long extra wide or extra short we have trousers to fit you CARSON Co Carson Bros the Grocerers Hartford Give them a call when in need of anything in their line Mrs J A Bennett Beda is at th bedside nf her daughter Mrs Jno B Foster who has been very sick Miss Ada Herrel who has been sick for quite awhile will soon be able to leave for her home near Wysox Our Serge and Flannel Suits are sumI P C Miller represented the Baptist church of Hartford at the State Asso elation at Winchester last Friday The old Methodist parsonage on Walnut street is being torn away and will be replaced by a model dwelling Mr Wm McCandless of Muhlen berg county passed the County Ex amination here Friday and Saturday I Mr J B Foster was called home from Louisville Saturday on the account of the sickness of Mrs Poster P E Johnson Philpot Ky has accepted the position of teacher in the Commercial department of Hartford College The editor Is Indebted to Mr Milton Park of McHenry for a fine early peach Who will be first wit a watermelon There will be a grand picnic an bareecue at Rosine Park Rosine Sa urday July n Valuable prizes are offered for various persons Rileys Meat Market carries in stock fresh Meats of all kinds country Hams and Bacon and will make specialties in furnishing fresh Meats Hams Etc for picnic and barbecue dinners r Notice to Subscribers Dear friends we ore very much In need of your subscrlpton Recount If you be one 6f those who are behind You can tell by looking at the label on yoru paper and wont you call and settle II you be one If you are hard to fit try a pair of W L Douglas Shoes CARSON Co Mr Mc Fair has moved his family to McHenry where he has a position in the McHenry Coal Carnpanys Store Ice Cream Ices Phosphates Coco Cola and Dr Pepper and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store Dr D W Ring Osteopath is at W G Hard wicks Call U needing treatment Consultation and Examl nation free 4 tf Prof Truman Woodward who has been engaged In teaching at Prince ton University will visit friends andc relatives In Hartford soon Mr E L Bulllngton has embell ished and beautified his barber shop until It presents the appearance of firstclass tonsorial parlor in the city Mr Thos L Allen who lives about four miles northeast of town and one of the oldest citizens in the county is quite Ill of troubles incident to old age Anyone wanting a good allaround buggy will do well to call on Barnard Her Hartford Ky For further information call at Barnards stable or liars saddle shop 4915 Three of Bufordo enterprising farmers delivered one hundred head of hogs to Mr Ben Gray of Beaver Dam last Tuesday that brought them the neat sum of 1030 50 Circuit Court Clerk S A Anderson has scarlet fever and has been con fined to his room several days He is improving and will be able to assume his duties within a short while We sold a lady yesterday a bundle of Pound Percal at 650 She says she made one wrapper and four shirt waists and had enough goods left toI make a half dozen comforts not try a bundle CARSON Co We are in receipt of catalogue and programme of the Seven Hills ChauI rauqua Owensboro for the coming August entertainment which begins Thursday August 6th and continues until August aolh Wh are also ten dered a complimentary ticket Prof E W Patterson and Miss Cora Petty were quietly married at the home 01 the brides parents near Fordsville Wednesday Only a few intimates friends ahd relatives were present They returned to Hartford yesterday afternoon where they will make their future home The Kentucky State Bar Associa tlon meets at Owensboro July 2 and 3 We understand that the local bar Is making great preparations for the association and a grand time is expected Those who will likely attend from this place are Messrs J S R Wedding J S Glenn H P Taylor C M Barnett and C E Smith Marriage license since our last is sue B W Patterson Hartford age 25 to Cora Petty Barretts Ferry age 26 N F Myers Olaton age 23 to Pearly E Stewart Horse Branch age 19 G R Rusher Fordsvllle age 25 to Laura J Aubrey Fordsville age 18 Amos Ransom McHenry age 24 to Lola Davis Cromwell age 18 Kentucky has long been remarka ble for the marksmanship of her In habitants and this was fully exem plified Wednesday when Misses Gus sle Woodward and Mary Bennett ac companied the father of the latter to his farm north of Hartford for a little outing In shooting squirrels and provedegood shots as game they brought back One killed a squirrel the other a bird At the County Examination last Friday and Saturday there were twentytwo applicants The exami nation questions were the easiest sent here In years There were only two failures Two received thirdclass certificates fourteen received second class certificates and three firstclass Miss Belle Shown obtained the highest grade 89 211 T J Edge Ma gun and Myrtle Moreland Hartford were the other two who obtained first class certificates f County Court Notes The following orders have been en tered in the Ohio County Court at special terms of said court since the regular June term E B Elnley qualified as deputy county clerk Mrs Fannie Loyd qualified as ad ministratrix of J H Loyd deceased- T j Morton qualified as deputy county clerk R B Martin qualified us Notary- h Public for Ohio county Jas B Wright was qualified as guardian for Ida Wright guardiantJamesJas Soutbard was appointed as surveyor ot a public road Bverllne Brown qualified as guar dips of Claude Msble Ruth an George Gwinn C Smith qualified as administrator of Henry Wall deceased c rPERSONAL MENTION 1 + 1 ftt tttt tt QQ B P Tcrrymau was Intown Tues dayL L Stewart Echols was In town FridayE Myers Render was in town Friday Iras Render Matnnzas was In town TuesdayAlex Bell Buford was In town TuesdayA Carson returned to Louisville WednesdayDr Rosine was In town WednesdayH Cincinnati was in town Tuesday Herbert Sanders McHenry was In town Tuesday- S L Fulkerson Rockport was in town Tuesday Hon A S Bennett was a pleasant caller Monday- H E Taylor Beaver Dam was In town Saturday Lem McHenry Louisville is in town this week J C Gentry Cromwell was in town Wednesday Tom Brown Centertown was in the city Tuesday- J W Woodman Livermore was in town Tnesday U G Ragland visited relatives at Rosine this week- J O McKinney Beaver Dam was In HaitfordSnndayI Byron C Barnes Beaver Dam was In Hartford Sunday Sam Turner Buford was in town Monday and Tuesday L F Wccrner is visiting relatives In Indiana this weekIS S Acton Sulphur Springs was In the city Wednesday James B Weddln Sulphur Springs was in town Wednesday- R J Mason Buford called to see us while In town Friday Romney Acton Sulphur Springs was in the city Wednesday- G B Combs Hodgensvllle Is visI itlng relatives here this week J A King Cromwell called at this office while in town Saturday Mrs Susan Miller Beda was a caller at this office Wednesday Walla Wedding Louisville Is vis itlng his lather R R Wedding Dr J A Sandbach Frledaland made us a pleasant call Saturday A H Rowan went to Nacklea Wednesday returning Thursday Miss Marie Hardwick is visiting relatives In Owensboro this week Ashby Edmunds Hopkinsvillewas in town Tuesday and Wednesday- L P Downs Livermore was a pleasant caller at this office Saturday Misses Maude and Jennie Render McHenryare here this week visiting- M L Heavrin will attend the Bar Association at Owensboro next week W M Coleman and G P Lane Morgantown were in town Monday Mrs S D Miller visited relatives near Cromwell Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Hardwick Greenville will visit friends Ip Hartford next weekMiss Susan Borah Beda visited relatives at Cromwell first of the weekHenry Hardwick Memphis Tenn is visiting his brother W G Hard wick v Mrs F L Felix and daughter are visiting relatives in Louisville this weekR B Martin and M L Heavrin made a business trip to Cromwell TuesdayS Brown and daughter Miss Norma Centertown was in the city TuesdayC Morrlton visited the family of F M Reynolds at Reynolds Sta tion Sunday- D A Young Owensboro and W P Cook Beaver Dam were in Hart ford Tuesday Miss Gussie Woodward Beaver Dam Is visiting the family of Rev R D Bennett Misses Carrie WccrnyMpnd Norma Miller visited Irien a at Reynold Station Sunday Henry Hardwick Memphis Is the guest of his brother W G Hard wick this week Mrs W P Mldklfl Sulphur Springs visited Judge Weddings family yesterday County Superintendent DeWecse e is in attendance at the K E A at Lexington this week Miss Elizabeth Sanderfur returned from an extended stay In Logan county last Saturday Little Anna Laura Rowan Is visit- Ing her grandmother Mrs L J Tanner at Nuckles this week Dr Nestor Barnett and little daugh ter Octavla Caneyvllle are the guests of relatives near town Bud Yelser returned Tuesday from Paducah where he has been In the employe of the L C R RCo Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Wednesday alter spendin- a few days with his family here Miss Mary Hayden Lebanon an visitd ed Mrs Henry last Friday E E Crabtree returned Tuesday from a months stay at Dawson Springs much improved in health Mrs Amanda Barnett near town was the guest of her son and daugh ter Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett Wed nesdayHO Schrocter photographer of the Floating Studio now located at Calhoon is visiting at Cripple Creek Colorado Sheriff Cal P Keown went to Mor gantown Tuesday on business per taming to his office He returned yesterdayMrs C Thomas and son leftI Monday for an extended visit to relatives at ElIzabethtown and Galla tlan Tenn Misses Ethel Habit and Zana Bar nett Owensboro will visit relatives and friends In Hartford and vicinity next week U S Corson returned from Dawson Springs Tuesday He spent abont ten days there and returned buoyant and hopeful Mrs C E Morrison who has been visiting at Fordavllle and Reynolds for the past two weeks returned home Sunday Mrs W H Rolph returned to herI home In Louisville Monday SheI has been visiting her mother during the past week Dr A F Stanley returned from Lawrenceburg Friday His wifeI will visit relatives several weeks before she returns Prof F E Johnson of Philpot Davless county who formerly attended Hartford Collegers visiting friends Hartford this week S S Cox Cleve Her and Pearl Tweeddel and Misses Anna Collins Kittle Collins and Etta Thomas spent Sunday at Sulphur Springs- J F Vickers and Mrs Heber Mat thews returned Wednesday from a weeks visit to relatives and friends at Sacramento and Calhoun Mrs Wilson Bennett and daughter Miss Mary Red Hill Davless county were the guests of J L Carsons fam- Ily Wednesday and Thursday S L Stevens candidate for the Republican nomination for Senator from the Seventh Senatorial district called at this office Wednesday- Dr Richard Foster who has been attending the Medical lectures in New York will arrive today to be the guest of friends and relatives for a daysMisses Ida Park Hartford Mada and Ada Park and Mertle Bishop McHenry and Messrs VernaBlsnop Chester Loney Llge Cooper and Mel vln Shoulders Centertown spent Sunday at High View near Crom well A Very Sudden Death Miss Dee Hocker died very sudden ly at her home near Beaver Dam Monday She had been in normal health and performed her usual du ties of life during the forenoon but was taken suddenly ill In the after noon and died about 6 oclock p m She was the youngest daughter of the late Philip Hocker and Mrs Manerva Hocker Interment took place at the Goshen burying ground Tuesday afternoon Divorce Mill Still Grinds There has been filed In the Ohio Circuit Court since the May term four petitions asking for divorce Mary E Storms vs John B Storms Mabel McDanlel vs Alvin McDaniel Sane Baize vs Sevanus Baize and Rosa Cargal vs Joseph Cargal w A Serious Accident Averted Last Sunday morning while out driving the buggy of Miss Mary Taylor and Mrs H W Rolpb collided with a vehicle driven by Mr Frank Allen The latters horse became frightened and unmanngable and dashed Into the buggy occupied by the ladles throwing them out to the ground They escaped however without any serious Injury but the fate ol Mr Allen was more serious He was thrown to the ground with such violence that he had to be car Tied to town on a stretcher After a few hours he was able to go to his home at Centertown Drowned in Barnetts Creek Last Saturday afternoon while bathing in Barnetts creek near the bluffs Thad Hudson plunged into the water from a boat and apparently swam off as though nothing was wrong when suddenly he made a startling noise that attracted the at tention of Will Hudson who had MrrHudson rushed to his assistance but was to late to save him and he tank to rise no more Alter about two honrs search the body was rescued He was conveyed to his home for in terment Sunday A Cleveland Nuptial Quite an unique wedding was that of Miss Ruth Hanna laughter of Senator Marcus A Hanna to Joseph M McCormick a member of the edi torial stall of the Chicago Tribune and son 01 Hon R S McCormick U S Ambassador to Russia The ceremony was elaborate and It took Bishop Leonard and three mlnUtm to tie the knot BlightedgTuesday afternoon Into oungdlady Miss Davis accompanied by an other lady and gentleman The first named couple soon Informed Clerk Xaglagland why trey had 11 W1MfW frNfNH Special JuneJuly Sales Wo are going to make special prices during these two months If you need anything in the Dry Goods lino it will pay you to look at our goods Our linos of tencent Lawns are sheer beautiful and absolutely fast colors Dont fail to see these and also our Linen Batista soft Persian Mulls sheer White Organ dies Paris Muslins Etc Woolen Dress Goodsn nice lino of brilliant lustres black and tan Voiles Everything in uptodate Dress Goods Our Underwear LineIs brim full Ladeies Taped Lowneck Vests 5c Splendid values at lOc Nice lino of Lisle Vests 15c 20c 25c and 35c Silk Vests 75c and 100 Lace Stripe Hosiery for Ladies Misses and Children Also a complete assortment of Gents Underwear Dont fail to look through this department when in needof Underwear whether for youroclf your children or your husband SHoes arid SlippersEverything that is now and uptodate you will find right hero A full lino of Slippers for Ladies and Misses Great values in Mens Shoes both high and low cut Dont fail to see thomThen it comes to Shoes wh are right at homo This line is a specialty with us Weve got THE stock and all the different lasts andsizes And the prices aro much below the values Latest Millinery This Department we keep fresh and full until the first of August receiving now goods weekly Wo can furnish you with the very latest things in this line A full line of Misses and Childrens Hatsprices from 50c up Trimmed Hats from 60c up Dont Fail to visit tho Economy Storo for Millinery bargains The public credits us with being tho leaders in this line mBr DRY GOOES STORE Mr m IIi SmitH rmn It y Spring Medicine There Is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as in tho SpringTho blood Is impure weak and impoverisheda condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho faco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Mako tho blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite glvo vitalityI strength and animation and taro all eruptions nave too wholo family begin to take them today 4 Hoods Sarsaparilla has been used In our family for some time and always with good results Last iprlnz I was all run down and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Mm Broum Boicx 8 towo VtvyHoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promise called and he In his very polite Way took down his marriage llcese book and began to write a marriage license for couple No i but upon further in quiry It developed that the young lady was only about eighteen years of age the Clerk in as kind and agreeable manner as he could in formed them that the consent of the young ladys parents would have to appear in writing before he could proceed further with the Issual of the licenseThey mumured a sigh of dlsap pointment and withdrew with the re mark that they would go home and procure the required consent of par ents and return the next day They returned the next day and their hcatts were made glad RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Tho ft tx nt packet enough for tuual occasion The Inratlr bottle CO cental contain lIapllrf- or a year All druggists sell them J Soldiers Reunion The annual reunion of the Green River Association of ex Federal Sol diers will be held at Central City July 4th The general public and exConfederate soldiers are invited A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure con stipation biliousness dyspepsia headache tea All droRlttf Want moustache or beard a beautiful I broxnortlchblarkr Then I II BUCKINGHAMS DYE Wrf1orsI 10 ert e Doa r HUI a CO H STEVENS Single Barrel Gun THE MOST POPULAR GUN MADE This gun is fully up to the qualityof our rifles which for 38 years have been STANDARD It is made in 3 styles and in 12 1 6 and 20 gauge Bored for NITRO PowDEK and fully guaranteed Nd 100 750 No 110 85O I No 120 1000 Send stamp for large catalogue illustrating complete line brimful of valuable Information to sportsmen J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL COP O Ute CHICOPEE FAllS MASS I My New Quarters Aro replete with bargains of all kinds Come in and inspect my stock which consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Trunks Mattings Carpets Etc The very lowest prices on every thing in my line I quote you a few prices Good Bleach Cotton 5c per yard Good heavy Factory 5c per yard Best Calico 6c per yard vf A Special reduced prices on Ions and Boys rejuymfCcfo Clothing Mens Black Clay Worseted Suits sizes 35 to 42 300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suits sixes 14 to 19 250 Boys Suits from 6 to15 years 150 Mens Pants 50ethis is a worlds beater You had bettor call it onco as these goods aro going rapidly Mens Shoes 1 Ladies Shoes 1 Calland examine our stock Dont have space to quotojall our special prices Highest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng Yellow Root Etc Yours for trade SAM BACH Hartford Ky ee notice to Creditors All persons having claims against I the estate ot James R de- COUIed are hereby notified to present- the same to me at my office ford Ky properly proven on or be fore the 15th day of July 1903 or they will be foreve barred June rat 1903 R R WEDDING Admr Master Commissioners Sale I 01110 CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY H A Drntciert Adxr 1lalntlB- Tl R1 Bratther Ect Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the OhloClrcullCourtreudered at the May term 1913 In the above cause for the purpose of settling the estate of Monroe Bratcher deceased I will offer for sale by Public Auction at the Court House door In Hartford on Monday the 6th day of july193 about one oclock p m upon a cred it of six months the mineral right under the following described proper ty towlt A tract of land set apart by the Commissioner appointed by the Ohio County Court as Willie Klmleys tf Interest In her fathers estate and same land purchased by the decedent Bratcher from B M Patterson and Willie Patterson and being lot NO4 allotted to the said Willie Klraley beginning at a white oak T S Ben netts corner thence N 87 W pass Ing his corner with the N B corner of lot No i at 14 poles and In all 58 poles to a stone corner to lot No3 and In line of lot No I thence with the line ol No 3 N 3 E 74 25 pole to a stone the N Is cornet 01 N 3 thence ctth aiothor tine of liB III N 87 W2 iwles ton Wilt Mirl hl rk oak lu4r XivU PuV r ufiV cum there with his lint N 3 I 89 s to a lend Mictc OiL m 111111 AiirnH line heice with his II N 81 It 76 poles to n sweet gum IIIH corm r viih John Simpson awl Monroe Hidtrlii thence with HtntcrVr t line S 87 E 14 pocH to a stake T H RPnrtts corner In his lim thence with hlH line S 3 W 76 11 I ln iMn fling co tI1I y 78iv mutt ui less The MCOM ti c t Irtr iv r te watif of LOQH Creek in Oliloccnuu Kentucky and bon 11I1I th N l v the Murlon Willanis 1 1 icr on the B by lIam ftti ts S hy lendi rf Alvin Fuller o paid tract belnu formerly owned and hriugr t from John WH lams or sufficient thereof to prods the sums cf money ordered to be madeThe purchaser will be n quired t execute bond with approved stcurlt ImmediAtely alter sale This 18th day ol June 193 ROWAN HOUIROOK Master CommissionerI HRAVRIN WOODWARD Attys t Real Estate DO YOU WANT A FARM I have somo land for sale 70 acres near Palo for7QO Good bargainr100 acres near Corimvoll for 400 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Goodaconditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building- c Ono dwelling house and storehouse in Prentis for 500 a good location and a good bargain If you want to buy or sell see mo S A Anderson i Dealer in Real Estate I HAUTKOKD KY I I Buy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver Dam Ky DEALER IN Groceries and Hardware Har yvesting Machines Farming Implements Commorcial Fortilizors Field and Gar don Seods Etc r 1 J A 7 s IHartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 26 RnllroadTlmoI Illinois Contral Tablo Nw time cArd tnVtng effect Sunday Dee 7 1a2nt noon Nnrlli lloiiiul- Nol3J ue6JTnin No 103ila t47p m Non 01001142 p m No Nonlh 12U1 No 101 DonnINo 131 LoeMI FtgIit Nol 4ilo7SJUnJ NoIU3 101 247 p m R B ViHurrxn Agent THE POISON MAIDEN Original India IB a strange country I fan cy remarked an American to n Hrlt lab officer In a London military club You would think BO If you spent as much tlmo there as I have II have heard that the Indiana knowledge of poisons would make tho Dorglas appear Ignoramuses on the subject The UrltlBher shuddered The other netting that he WOB affected by eomo ro mombrance connected with poisons after an effort persuaded him to tell It Yes It Is a Btory of poloon a etory the main feature of which I would not believe until I had been invalided homo and looked It up In the London medical Journals Then and not till then was I convinced I was stationed In one of tho Interior Indian posts where there was a reigning prince who kept his position by chicanery and where the priests maintained their ascendency by the same means We had a little ensign named Adams with us a pretty black eyed boy who was brimful of deviltry One day tile prince sent our colonel an Invitation for the officers to come up to Ills palate and have afternoon tea We all went and after tea during which some of us drank more wine than tea Adams especially we were taken into the private apartments where the women were kept and suffered to mingle with them quite freely considering wo were in India and the home of an In dian magnate When we got back to our quarters Adams confided to mo that ho had had an impromptu affair with a young Indian girl that ho had seized an opportunity when unobserved to lend her into an apartment filled with tropical plants and concealed by the enormous loaves of one of them bad kissed her Just as they were leaving tile apartment they heard a rustle behind them and the girl bad turned ghastly pale In another minute they had separated This was all there was of it not very much one would think to worry about but Adams was much troubled and I confess I didnt like the proceeding myself 4 You are in no danger I said con sollngly No Indian will bo allowed to toko revenge on a British officer It is for the girl I fear ho said lugubriouslyIf discovered nnd the rant ter is reported to the prince I think he will show his malignity by his fu turo bearing toward us Indeed he may bring tho matter before the colo nel OJ We shall BOO said Adams Keep dark Youre the only man Ive told No message came from the prince Indeed on n return visit he made to our quarters by invitation of tho colonel he bore himself with great friendliness Seeing Adams pass he remarked ad miringly upon his attractive appear nnco as every one did and naked to liavo him especially presented Ho chatted so affably with the youngster that Adams felt sure he had had no in timation of the meeting in tho con servatory I now them talking together and It seemed to me that tho wily Indian was looking down on Adams with a singular expressionan expression I did not exactly like However that seemed to end the matter and I gradually forgot itAdams heard that the girl was in her usual condition in the palace and ceased to worry about her Then when we changed stations all suspicion that Adams would have to suffer for bin indiscretion was removed lIe was as ready for another affair as before and only an opportunity was wanting On arriving at our new station tho native ruler of the province enter tamed us at his palace I feared that Adams might get into another scrape BO I kept an eye on him I tried to get him to promise me that he would not and especially that ho wouldnt drlxk any wine for wine made his incaution absolute recklessness lIe would promise nothing and I knew that there was such a fascination for him in danger that I resolved to watch him all the closer I never let him out of my sight till a servant came to mo and told me the host wished especially that I should bo presented to blm I left Adams in an apartment opening into a dimly lighted garden begging him to remain where be was till I returned This ho promised to do I was presented to the host who de tained me somo time asking quesUons about our artillery service In which ho appeared to be much interested As soon as I could get away from him I returned to the room where I had left Adams Ho was not there Looking into tho garden I saw a patch of uni form among the plants and followed the man who wore it Just before I reached him I saw that ho was Adams lIe was leaning over a richly dressed Indian girl I hastened on but before I could join thorn Adams turned and their lips met in a kiss- I stood as It petrified If they were watched It would bo too lute for mo to save them Adams seemed not In dined to take his lips nwuy Presently he sank slowly to the floor I rushed up to him He was dead The narrator paused anti took a long sip from a glass of brandy and soda Then ho finished his story There was a sensation when I bur rled to the colonel and reported whatI I bad seen We took the body to quarters and the surgeon placed n piece of paper dipped in some chemical agent on the lips and reported that Adams had been poisoned Now comes what you will not be hove JThe girl who kissed Adams was a poison girl fed on a certain poison from birth till she was saturated with it Sho was in the service of the prince whom Adams had offended RODEnT I IO1IBE- Sa Tax on Bablos Extreme hot weather Is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cteani Vermifuge the children tonic It wllf stimulate and facilitate the di gestlon of their load so that they soon become strong healthy and ac tive 5c at J H Williams druggist 0l 4 7 t I rigi eo i LORD DALE AND THE CAPTAINS MAN By CYRUS OCRICKSON OwrteM J9M by T C JtfbOur I was Captain Chardona man not his valet I woe a private soldier In his company for three years on tho Afghan frontier and after wo had both been wounded in tho same skirmish and it had been my luck to halp him off tho field bo asked for my detail as his man I may have performed all the duties of n valet but the term was never applied to me As his man I had a record behind mo anti a standing among tho rank and tile Captain Chardon como into posses sion of a largo property and throw up his commlnolon My term of enlistment bad expired and L returned to England with him The captain and 1 understood each other very well Ho need tq boast BO II was told that I was ono opt of a thou tbat1norooms In London I had full charge and be trusted mo to tho fullest extent There was no wild rioting Captain Chardon was a good fellow and plenty of good fellow came to BOO htm and drank and played but there was noth- Ing to scandalize In time I got to know all bis rollers in n way There were three or four I SAW THE CAXLEB POCKET TrIUnE 1VOIU FIOCBB3 blue bloods among them real tiptop pers who were going the paceand- Lord Dale led this crowd When sober be was a snob and a cad When in his cups ho was a thorough vulgarian and would as soon carouse with a cabman as to drink with a gentleman He bad boon introduced by a good friend at- m masters and being a lord be was allowed many liberties over a common er but I believe that Captain Chardon would have preferred his room to his company after his first visit I took B strange dislike to him on first sight but of course that didnt count That Lord Dale had made ducks and drakes of his inheritance and gono to the money lenders was common report but no one knew Just bow bard up ho woo On his very first visit to my master two tradesmen would have waylaid him at the door oa he left bad I not sent them away on a false scent HU morning moll consItedmoetly of dun and threats and writ servers were aft er him during the rest of the day Those things did not affect his general reputation however As a bluo blood a lord may do many things that would bring disgrace upon a tradesman Of all the callers at our rooms no one except Lord Dale would Insist upon entering when informed that the cap lain was out Sometimes he would find the captain at home but engaged with his letters or accounts or with some old friend of bygone days At other times he would welt for him for half an hour or more and then knock things about and go away cursing I never could learn that any of his calls had any pressing object In view It was rather his obstinate bulldozing wayAs the captains man I was responsi his for all personal property and I may tell you that the rooms contained many portablo objects of value There were raro old vases great and small valuable cameos uncut gems from In din ivory statuettes from Japan I had a written list of them and once a week I went through the rooms and chucked oft One Friday Lord Dnlo made a call when tho captain had gono Into the country for tho day My word that ho was not at home simply resulted in an Insolent stare and the caller passed on to the sitting room He waited for nn hour and then kicked over n chair upsot a screen and clattered down stairs Next day was my day for checking off nnd I had scarcely begun when I discovered that a valuable In dma cameo was missing 1 know that cameo to have been In its cabinet Fri day morning No one but Lord Dale had called In the twentyfour hours The captain returned Saturday after alien and J roportod the loss He Hot Weather Woaknoss If you feel fagged out listless and lacking In energy you are perhaps suffering from the debilitating eflects of summer weather These symp toms Indicate that a tonic is needed tnat will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulate the boowels and impart natural activity to the liver This Hcrbine will do It is a tonic laxative and restorative H J Freegard Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Ken writes I have used Herbine for the last twelve years and nothing on earth can beat it It was recommended to me by Dr Newton Newton Kan SOC at J H Williams druggist TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablet All tlruKKl t refund the money If It mile to cure II W Urovea signature In on each box S5c OASTOEl4Bun the- 8Imataz cf t 1ht Kind You Han Always Bout I6okcdatme for n moment with a seri ous face and then replied Stovens you cant suspect Lord Dale of taking that cameo away 1 I dont say that I do sir but it has disappeared from the cabinet It he didnt Then I took it down the country as- a present to my cousin You must be careful my man or you will get into troubleI that my master lied I know be lied to save Lord Dales reputation That cameo was ti the cabinet after he left for the country It was not for me to assort or argue however I said not a word more but accepted the ro bukc In bumble spirit and went about my duties After that I checked off the property every day taking the hour between 0 and 10 in tse forenoon when I was at leisure It wasnt many days before the lord was back again and master fortunately was put From a hiding place pre pared in advance I saw tho caller pocket three ivory figures and a Jewel handled dagger as coolly as if ho had been tblevlug all his life Moro than that I followed him when he left tho house and was close at his huels when he entered the shop of a dealer to die pose of his loot It was next morning before I had opportunity to speak to the captain Then I said I beg pardon sir but may I risk It Lord Dale Is oil in his head Why do you askV be queried in reply Because tho property ho carried away from these rooms yesterday can bo found at Ilcgent street Perhaps the other missing article Is there too Master made no reply whatever But an hour later he strolled down to the dealers found all his missing property and brought it back When he came home he put the bundle into my hands and said Yes Stevens Lord Dale is slightly off but the matter Is confidential and must go no further You had best lock the cabinets after this and put the keys in your pocket That was allall until Lord Dale with the mania of plunder in his soul called again Master had slipped out only a quarter of an hour before My lord had not been In the sitting room live minutes when bo came out to mo with a curious look oa his taco and said Stevcnfl I 000 thntyour master bu been buying several new curiooltlca of Into Yen sir I replied Yea sir bo picked up several now things at Regent street tho other day and that tho charwoman might not be tempted I have locked the cabinets Do you wish for the keys sir lIml Uml I think not Stevens I think I will be going He went and that was his last call at the rooms I do not know what ex planations my master made if any butt know I made none How could I a gentlemans man accuse a blue blood of thievery A Splendid Romody Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating Influence of Ballards Snow Liniment It penetrates to the nerves acd bone and being absorbed Into the blood Its healing properties sire conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois Cen tral Railway Milan Tenn states I have used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in my remedyWeSoc and 100 at JH Williams drug gist John Lake a Missionary- Mr John Lake who was the first County Y M C A Secretary for Hopkins County and who has been State Secretary of county work department for about four years has severed his connection with the asso elation for the purpose of going to the foreign mission field Constipated Bowels To have good health the body should be kept In a laxative concH tion and the bowels moved at leat once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dally Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Kansas writes I have used Her blue to regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found It a reliable remedy SOC at J II Wil llama druggist Good Suggestion- The way to cut the BreathItt knot would be to take County Judge Har gls out and hang him and place Sheriff Callahan before a squad of sol diem and shoot him full of holes These two men are evidently the moving spirits In the Ancient Order ol Assassins Memphis Commercial Appeal a CutsBrulsos andBurnsQulck- ly Healed- Chamberlains Pain Balm Is an an tiseptic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and burnes causes them to heal without maturation and much more quicklY than by the usual treatment Per sale by all druggist Henry Watterson the double lead ed editor of the CourierJournal says the milk in the Cleveland cocoanut is Plerpont Morgan It seems to us that the Cleveland cocoanut on our bill ot fair that the blamed thing con tamed nothing but free soup The Best Cough Medicine I sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of all similar prepare tions put together And it glvea the best satisfaction nf any medicine ever sold I guarantee every bottle of It F C Jaqulth Inland Mich This remedy Is for sale by all drug gist Hit who marries for love gets a wjfe who marries for position gets a lady who marries for money gets a rats tress If you are sick the wife will nurse you the lady will visit you the mistress will inquire for your health If you die the wile wilt weep for you the lady will lament and your mir tress will wear mourning This is life In reality YOU KNOW WHATYOUARETAKNO When you tub OriiTen Tn toltw lilllTonlebe cans the uriunli IK plainly printed on ever hot lUIIIIYIronlInlltJ9htnelnntnotle I e h j r o 4 ITho Kind You UnTO Always Bought and winch Inns been uso for over CO ycnrd Inns borne tho Bljniatnro of All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgooel aro lint Experiments that trlilo with anti endanger tho health of Infants Children Experience ngnlnst Experiment What CASTORIA Oostorin is n harmless substitute for Castor OHr rare gone Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It neither Opium Morphine nor other NnrcotJo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea Wind Colic It Teething Troubles cures Constipation nud Flatulency It assimilates tho Food rcgnlntcii tho Stomach and Bowels healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PaniteenTino Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Dears tHb Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years tII CUmuil CONPCNI Tf liUKUT TlltIT NW ORC CITY THE CLICK IN THE HALL Original Team ago when I was a very young man I learned telegraphy arid when I was twontyflvo years old received a flattering otter to go to Italy to In struct a corps of operators for a new line then building From Italy I was called to Sicily on similar business where I remained several months One day a ship came In from Ameri ca with passengers who were mostly pleasure or health seekers among them an American gentleman Mr Ea ten and his daughter Allco Alice Eaten was In delicate health and this was the reason for their making the trip Mr Esten was wealthy and spent his money lavishly Ho took the best rooms In the hotel and had all the servants at his beck each striving to win the coins be kept In his pocket to secure their attention I made his ac quaintance ono evening and when bo learned that I was a telegrapher bo told mo that he had been an operator himself had secured an Interest In a telegraph line which hat afterward been sold out to a combination for so much money that his share had made him rich Ho was very unwlso In not his wealth for the Sicilian brigands are noted for kidnaping rich people and holding them for ransom They soon spotted Mr E ten and one day when ho was climbing an ascent back of the hotel alone took him In chargo When he did not return for dinner a search was made anti bo was not to bo found within a distance of a dozen miles Then It was determined that he had fallen Into the bands of brig ands The landlord commissioned mo to break the news to Alice Esten and dllllcultmatiter of tears and pleading at me and beg ged me to save her father from being murdered It was Impossible to avoid seeming to and I told her that I would start at onco in search of him I was to go Into tho interior on business but I had not tho faintest expectation of being of any service to Mr Eaten Indeed his case was In his own hands Probably at first he might not defer to tbo demands of his captors but after awhile with death staring him in the face be would be obliged to yield- I did not forget either the father or and tried to get wind of tho former I opened offices and often In communicating with the coast asked If any news had como from the captive A reply finally came that it was reported that the demands of the bandits who thought bo was fabulously rich were so enormous that bo could not pay them At least this was the assumption from what the bandits had to bo known I worked across tho Island then back again One night I stopped at a sta tion In the mountains whero there was only one building Ih which a stranger could be accommodated but Its owner and the people I saw about the place wore RO villlanous looking that I feared to stay there However there was no choice and leaving what money I possessed at the took up my quarters In this abode unlnvlUngI The head of my bed was wall end before going to sleep I beard what at first I took to bo a mouses gnawing though tho wall was of stono arid mice do not try to work their way through masonry My surroundings were RO disagreeable that I did not get to sleep easily and this continued click In the wall did not add to ability to do so Finally It occurredIto mo that there was to doxically an irregular tho clicks Besides they would stop j and be resumed at intervals which i woro about equal They began to Interest me After a silence when they were resumed again I listened atten tively Almost any telegrapher from force of habit will attempt to find let j tens In such sounds and I soon found I myself trying to do so What was i my astonishment tho moment I began i to rendIa j tapping which ended with tho word release to recommence When it I followed tho words didI An American gentleman is oned hero by bandits IIo will give a sum to ono his leaseIhired I sprang out of bed took a largo knife from my trousers pocket and with tho handle telegraphed on the nnd has been rondo under his personal supervision since Its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you In this anti is contains anti anti relieves giving conceal- Ing acquiesce daughter telegraph permitted wall Aro you Mr Eaten Yes Thank God for tho questlonl- I I am the operator you met at the hotelIt was determined between us that we should wait till morning when 1 I would telegraph for a force to como up and release him We chatted half the night however end I didnt sleep mes1II The next morning I sauntored carelessly out of the house sent my message and bat night troops surround I ed the place and captured every ono on it Mr Esten and I returned to the coast and In time three brigands were- executed for his capture Thla was the beginning ot my InU I macy with the Estens and was a ruth er advantageous introduction Though I told the truth Alice would never bOo liars that I bad not gone purposely to seek her father Mr Eaten offered me- a check for 10000 which I declined I wanted something moro valuable daughterI FENTOX His Last Hopo Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Mont I In the first opening 01 Oklahoma to settlers in 1889 the editor of this pa per was among the many seekers after fortune who made the big race one fine day in April During his travel ing about and afterwards his camping upon his claim he encountered much bad water which together with the severe heat gave hint a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost im possible to check and along in June the case became so bad he expected to die One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 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 an hour the patient was taking hIs first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and he cannot help but led grateful The season for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this item For sale by all druggist The spirits monopoly has been ex tendei throughout the greater part of Central Asia and the Northern Caucasus All efforts to introduce local option in European Russia have failedLIsbon Portugal has a singular strike Three priests members of a religious congregation there were suspended whereupon others in sym pathy with them declined to act till their colleagues were pardoned Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It now To Fwd Oat Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour houru a about It 2c sediment or settling Indicates an unhealthy conch lion of neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of trouble desire to It or pain In back convincing proof that and blad orderI to Do In knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabllllytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during day and to get up many times durlogthq night The mild and extra ordinary effect ol SwampRoot lssoon realized It stands highest Its won derful cures of most distressing cases If younoad a medicine you should have by druggists In SOc andl sizes Youmay have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book tells more both sent absolutely free by mall Address Dr Kilmer the kid kid ney too frequent pass the the kidneys the the that the the for the the best that n in of PnpflocS Co Binghamton NY when writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle jM F To Cure a Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold In past 1 3 raonths This signature YoiTiQuiDiDe Its 10 to 1 you do it you nro a victim of malaria Dont Do It Ito Danrforous Well admit it will euro malaria hut It 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