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I Tn HRTFORj REPUBLICANc I fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICI4LOIUN OF TBE PAY II TIE QUTB CDHGaESSIDULDISTICfi Subscription I a year I VOL XV f HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1903 No 5L IiIWUO CANNOT on CURIW cetufrd such a no other rtwdy or the dllca- au4 calllIMU peculiar to wowen ever ofnWlelcut of ectcIie Veme1t WCkneu Irolpu r 1wJllar of Womb whIch the call not sure All they lit Is a fair u4J- Cuanable trial ottheir nieans of cure wUknowndruullt In the Ualted Statu with motot wtom they beve done butlnu for over a third OS a century Prom UIII fact It will wouldbedested ud remarkable offer If they were weaahnlalrVavorfte Prep KrlpUoa could th- eats aDs oct such a proposition But they know wbertof beT pcak The huc ms4e1yupectnktherefore9one possessed of such remarkable curative propeffles u wosld watrnnt Ita mker h- puWCIaaC luctt a msnluus offer as It above a4e in the utmoat Lood faith lmprowmntS Pointelalal1II grtt irOvemet betor the rst bOllle 4 We ateting with almmt amy psin 5 I St 0 hrtMtol1o4 sod ftartaklolala aUJlla4tVnorhecure do not accept a substitute which huDone of thes cures to Its cedjL If you are looltlar foe a perfect lazatlys- Uy Dr 1Iro1IcIIt Pellets Woaw DIIPIUfUY ohWICAL AuocJ- AtlOlt 66J Main Street lint f V- MEATI MALT THE Tn- I There In Enrt upe A IAOSVL4QtUh MALT KtlIA1W1U- IPWUTLLTCOL ollhe iacatiai aI Ky GasthiaHsvgwm1sadyoetUntsnd1alt t oed kjn thtoeiWy a Its contpoittWn M 1DOd a ol tatl I 111 tiii 1111 all ckntnern and blood toak I icttes I ptth ant IIgorates diestton e- I IOltrallolaUDJASTE2tBlEMDLOoltyflha MrAT a MALT LouIaviI ICJ 1Mftt ream GIrl fw In- 5r ZN4SSKd S4Ma- mlIalMS DP55MNN- NuveitsiU SelfDtvatIRS Cf 11014 WIll fdj71HH1 11g PrkVokXjffs11W J 1111 lash her AHnU- hIlK4 w tuoss IT LOUII MQ m DAVIESS COUNTY BANK ITRUST DO OWENSBORO ty Cash Capital 1150 000 ebIdri AddtI Liability oooo Onrast f tdfbCustpters 100000 pu vnetndpebJt to bik CojD- OIhISt to dpotIl or ebek set All tI b- doria b7 u latent raI4 ClIO IIID dpnttes r cgNTtoIIsoIthIlDn4st- esnttt1ro4i ItiibrthaImadtatlj- t1i or wifti tar Cotta penikelara T L l BEEION rellt Now i the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican have hidoccailon to 1M Jour 81ackDraupUtodt and Poultry Mcdl elM M4 III IUUd to say that 1 never used aiihhtgforstock that gIVe halt as- good tfMtlon t heartily recommend It to ell owners of tock J B BIIJER SL Louis MOo BIGk stock qr ebould not cheapwet food any move than iick pera cxpcct to Lx- sCi1tdby When yur stock ani ick IvO Wed P1on t tu1ilth ri Wjtht9tth- IIlt4Xk o Unl an4 Mir r IIvtz and the ttJtocur 81torp tpugM tho lIyefjIttaken Intline Secure a nt tnof O1CkDratIht tock Poultzy wi p rI cows 810rtmr ellI Andhenslsymorecggl Itmetbo I robleen lI1uch Wood tleshansna 1 M possible ot the ua1Ict amount ol food art slImed Buy a can from your dealt p MAKESJT WARM Fitzpatrick of the JettWlte Jury Leaves home LexIngton Ky July 6Unable lo stand the accusatIoi of having ac cepted a bride which has been eon tlnublly put bekre him since the trial oJett ard White at Jqcbon Burns FitzpatrIck the man who caused a mistrial by holding outfor acquittal against the other eleven has left hIs bonielu Megoflin county and gone to some place unknown This WItS made known here today by Edward Raiding of Megofilu county who passed through here on his vray to Ah1and lie laid While I have Bothlng much to say about BreathItt I can teU you that Burns Pltipatrfck bu left his home hurriedly and JorgttontD take his wire wIth hIm The trouble with IYitzpatzlck wat that his neighbors gave him considerAble rattlflg and openly accused hint of accepting a bribe just belt re I left his wife got a letter tefling her to go to him bat she would not nay where be was I don ttblnk he wm ever come beck One Flair for One People Never does the couutry Oaf apj pear so resplendent never does It appeal so touchingly to every American heart uon Independence Day Re joke that you are an American and a Kentuckian The NattoD owes much to Kentucky and Kentucky much more to the Nation The blood of Kentucky has been freely poured out Cor the Republic and many a star In the bilUaut constellation adoring the ffatlO al emLlem Idue to Kentucky valor The Republic has however returned a bundredCold every service retdered by Kentucky and every other State tO the National flag and Government tt Is p posed in New JerseY to mike the State flag more conspicuous than heretofore on the Pour h of Jidy State pride is justifiable but there la- uo patticular reason to promote State love and State prIde at any time except In the rIvalry oC good citizenship between State and State The National boll day leems specially Inappropriate for an appeaU eeatlmeuts- plrctyor State patriotism The Fonlth of Jalyls not a New Jersey day nor a Kentucky day nor an Ohio day but distinctively and glor busty an AmerIcan Day Without the Amerfca flag there has not been II State to celebrate the day It Is Old Glory that baa called every Commonwealth of the five and forty into being and Old Glory is by all zevered as Americas symbol ot lifeand freedom her pledge of equal ItT her badge of brotherhood The child learns to love It from his very cradle Evuy day IsJor the Awel tau patriot a Fourth of July The more closely each State clings tqtIJe National flag the more heartily it cherishes the lessons ot Its trials andI triumph the more heartily have reason to zeJoIce1at It Is a State of the moat noble Republic that has ever blessed mankind The gallant pioneers of Kentucky curled the Stars and Stripes to vlc tory Into Canada nd won by unconquerable valor for tbat emblem of regenerated humanity a Northwestern empire wlJlch IS to day the strength nt4 pride of theArnerican Republl The Fourth ot Jplyta Kentucky day because it Is Old Glorys day and Old Glorys day because it ltJ the Na flons day We love the flag because we are Kentuckians and as Ken tucklans we are Americans That one ensign should abaoib and fill OUt civic Ute so that we wilt need no oU er flagLouisvllJeflerald or TOcURE A COLD IN ONE DAY 1ftk liixsttve liroino Quinine Tblta All druggleti refond the inoley lilt tall to core R- W hoves signature In on en4 bOJ rre Many an excerpt from the country newspaper has found Its way to the family Bible where It rests between the leaves a token of tome hallowed memory Who ver heard of a Ul- etr9polltan paper being clQse enough to the heatt to enter Its rending mat ter in this sacred receptacle It Is only the country paper that geta close tothe beartthrobaof the people Cholora Infantum This has long been regard d as one of the most dangerous and fatal diseases to which infants are subject tt can be cured however when properly treated AU that Is nree85ifY Is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and cattor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure Iscertain Por sale byali drug gIsts m In declaring that a newspaper laa- t necessity and not a luxury a learned Philadelphia judgesaid It keeps men informed on every event f publi Intlrebt and ita wanfler furnishes the oiiiy common channel t f communIcitt1o betweenthe people It watches wlth care over the con duct of our public oOi ersand tb- manBeroC the performance of their 4ka Itxnolds U it doesnot torm- j public opinIon upon public questions and conserves the Interests ot citizens and public whIch It would Ie Impossible to doln any other way It edu cates lasplres patriotism elevates and strengthens tbe love ofhpme and country HIGH ClASS FEATURES For the State Fair at Owensboto Executive Committee Makes More I Contracts for This Dig PJilbUc Enterprise The Executive Committee of the Kentucky State Pair Association which wllihpld Its big Fair at Owens boro beginning September 21 has pd4ed some highly Interesting free lWuscment features to its program motlg them being Dr Carver the celbrsted nsrkaman the eight won defal horses which race at fall speed wlbont drlyea race between a teai driven by a bull dog and a team driven by a man sour autobobll- erJU one of which will be Jor ama teqr enthusIasts of Owensboro only a flop foot ball game and lit ule and bur die races in addition to the f20ooO cash prizes for exhibIts there will be many prize sliver cups offered by va rious Auocialioua and Individuals The contracts for the bIg buildIngs will be let wl11ln a week Catalogues or anyiaformation can- berecnred by addressing Secretary I- no Shropshire Room 25 Board of Trfde Building Loniavilie Ky Kentucky State Fair Association BycrabamVreelandRepulsive 3lackbeads pimples greasy faces lBl muddy complexions which are ioommon among women especially gt1s at a certain age dCstroyiug- beluty disfiguring and maklllg reo- puIslve features which would otherwise sppearattractivc and refined indicate that the liver Is out of order An occUlou doa II Ilerbine will eleiaB5e the bowelsreiulatethe liver and so establish acleaT healthy corn plexion soc atjc if Williams m p- An old maid stood on the steamboat deck when aU but her bad fled and calmly laced a kissing bug that aewby overhead The maiden ihrielced and the matrons swooned ami the men aU swore amalu but the gtyne old maid lIke a hero atayedaud- yvlisper d come again There ws a buzz thunder soundthe olr maidwas she deadlNay still ahp stood and crIed for more but the llI8lmg bug had fledtExchange Valuable Time Saved llght injuries often disable a man azd cause several days lose of time and when blood poison develops Ofetme result in the loss oca hand or limb Chamberlains PaIn Balm isan antiseptic liniment Wheu ap- plIed to cuts rulse and burns It ppse them toheal quickly and with oqt maturation and prevents any danger ot blood poison For sale by all druggists tn rhe origin ot this which Is goIng the Kansas newspaper rounds isua- kion I asupotmuchofamathe- mtic1an saidthe cigarette bat I canaddtoa inans nervoU troublel I rn aubtracLltop Jitsphyscal ey IClU1mulUpybis scbs and pIns I tin divide his mental powers I alttelI 9 b fPJJrJi1dlU count chlinM for spccess 1 TbQCuseof MLIP Sudden Deaths There Is p dbaasprevsiling in4tht countyrnost dPJeroUs hcpaut so dcep tlveMany ddel heat poPlel are fiei of kidney 1ddMy Is al WIll attack vital organs the dowr1ndwUllavacon a d a ofhe kJ4neyi1dacirlio- bt JnedcviecqaL by a propaIxaatrnanLoI the are IeeIlighaelyyo- tcinrnke rtcmjatako Dr Kllrner- aSyvanpReot ths great ldn rllvsr a bladderremedt2orrectt 1I1Y lQ hold urine and scald ng dnlnc ltandovruomoithalu- npleasant necOM1ty or being compelled to manytlmeiisdurpgoxtranrdlnary effect of SwampRoot Is lOon It stands the highest for Its won dorM oflhis mostdJalr oases YoarnpRoods pliasantlo lake arid sold all drurgtsts In and onodollal mayhavothis wonderful pow di- covery mdabook that tells all about It both bjIttieart ppeujnonia failure or te reu disease trouble dvancoJMkklney tht or Ifyou I realized cures by flouts of IwD4toot sent febymaliAddreaa CrKllmer Cq Binghamton N Y When writing mention ro4ci this gnrous pifer itt tia paper pontrnake any mistake but remember ahe name swampRoot Dr Kllmera ampRootand the address Binghamton N on every Itc p THRILLING EXPERIENCE Rldlny Eighty Miles an Hour In a locomotive Through Black Darkness The exciting experience lit rlt1lng In the cab of the twentieth Century LImIted affords some Interesting rt nl lag In the Trarniporiatlon number nf the ScientIfic American A nuat thrilling palt of the narrative de scribes the run from Utica to Syracuse We were a trifle late In start lug and the engineer explained that alt was election nIght lad he would have town dead slow through the crowded streets Syracuse be would do some fast running so as to have a few minutes In hand Hue then was the chance ofa lifetimea seat In the moat powerful express engine In the world a heavy traln01300 tons be hind Itu engineer voqched Cor by the conductor as nervy nnd fond of fast running a stretch of downgrade IUlt a few miles head of a racetrack and a night of Irnpenetrable darkness to1end the last touch of weirdness to tht trip We gathered way quIckly tota speed of a mile a minutes and before one had got his nerves to the sticking poInt the fireman shouted that we were on the downgrade The acceleration was rapid and our stopwatch timing the fireman calling oft the mileposts soon showed that we were making eighty three miles an hour That sixmile run bynlght was certainly the most thrilling ex- perlemce In hlgbspeed travel ofa life time To the writer who wasnot by any melDs a stranger to locomotivd- ri4isg the experience was simply tCrificimposmLb4zo adequate de to the traveler wboegage- ofgreater speedjs1k slightly mr cr ased swaying orapaIImaq car The enaation of such a ride atrikC- atevery avenuete the emotions eac- y1e r and touch arevlolentlyauailea For the ear tScre Is a clang and lash and roar making a din so loud that one has to shout Into the ear to be heard there lit the concussion of the moving parts of theepglue the jang hog of metal the crasbJng Impact of the driving wheels and tlalIors upon the trackwhile above all Is the deep atatatned roar of tile exhaust 1ro the eekeetack Pot the sense of touch there Is the amazingly rough riding of the engine which competed with a nicely poised Pullman car Is as the movement oCa sprlnglesB farm wagon to a rubbertlfred carriage The unevenness ofthe track slight as it IriS but little absorbed by the stiff locomotive springs and when the driving wheels and the massIve reciprocating partsIlde rods con nctlng rods croHheads piston weighing tons In the aggregateare threshing around or darting to and fro to the tune of over 300 revolutions a minute the great mass of the eu glue vibrates and lurches and rolls until one feels that the only logical outcome would be for the structure to rend itself into a thousand fragments Then for the there Is the sense at eighty miles n hour by night ot Incredible speed By day objects approach slowly out of a far perspective but by night they rush at you out of the near darkness In qne mail whIrl of ghostly shapes unctusted by horizontal rocklIke streaks o- fSicthe signal and station lights liTo the novIce the moat thrilling moments come with the headlong rush through I station yard where tic tail iihts of a sidetracked freight t1ln glare with their evil red eyes at- youJrom a distancesurely they are onyour own trackand you sweep low upon a mass of white lights1 ted lights headltghts whirling hand Imps dwarf signal lights below and arc lights above with two or three switchIng locornotive to heightet the crowded effect Clear track Absurdly Impossible I ten you eutle passenger lounging back there- In the cushioned security and comfort ofa Pullman tlitt shuuld you sit here jwt now with me at the very Jropt end of this oring catalltcLo- Catet reslizr that It is iurling you into tbatbewUd lnJ ard at over one undrtd feet a second with alto eI p energy back of you iqual to tbkt- f a theU from a 13 Inch gun to dc- velop which energfrtqnlres only a 1h placed swlth a careless signalman a broken rail cr axle you ould undmtand how sublime must ehe faith of that quite mast the throttle whose cleancut prifile you can just see silhouetted against the window of his cab In the metetial the men and the management or that mOst ttondcriul of molerri crelltOI a fistc1asa trunk railroad The perfect faith of the engineer la the system was strikingly brought home on the return trip front Chi cgo A delay In Cleveland bad put the train twentyfive minutes late and tUne was being made up with a- pwertuI Praitie type sixcoupled- tenwhteled 1 engine with o728incl1- cylintlera aIid boiler to match and the engiucercongrntulltet us on the 0 r ra that because of the delay we- aliunid see some cat runnIng We lIadJIlBt snapped the stopwatch on a threemile run at seventy eight mitts ant hour whtn Red shouted the fireman andwith brakes hard dowr we pulltd up n wayside station sign I atop forordcrs At we were fltitlnr the flreuinn court OUIII showed t a the order which reid tht from So andIiOto Surnile the eastbou d tl ckwI clnrI ntl enrtttuntlt- raltita would use ulie west bound tra lcNo 26 uttraln to have- rllitofwAy over all trains What Does that mean that we shall run against the traffic It toes Out surely not at this speed In deed 4haIl And Indeed we did fo ffull 1tafeam throttle Ind soon we wel sweeping into dalkness on the otherehiows track mind you with tbngbetwfn us iniI heaven kqowswhat but the laithiul watch Inlnw of traln dispatcher sitting In his office a hundred miles or more away f bllme lna marvelous system we thought as we settled down for the uncomfortable quarter 01 Sf- lhqur of the whole trip Twelve nilea further on we passed the o- hstuctiona disabled freight train and switched back to our own track p Cures Sciatica Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes Alter filteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism under various treat ments I was Induced to try Ballards Snow LIniment the first application giving my first relief and the second ettire relief I can gIve It unquali- ficd recommendation 25c sC and looat J H Williams in- cilcag Proverbs on Kentucky Man born of woman Is of few days aid ftillol bullets iNever put off until tomorrow the feed you IDstArt today A gun In the hand Is worth two in- tile hippockets Dead meng ard nojlls Z A poor feudis better than none To shoot Is human to forgive a crime Order is heavens first flaw God gave us bushes that there might be arneishes Chicago RecordhIeraj- 4Tho L Boss Worm MedIci no- H P Kumpe Druggist LeIghton Ma writes One of m customers bad a child which was Sick and threwup all food could retain noth htgon Its stomach ue bought one bttle of Whites Cream Vermiluge and It brought up 119 worms from the child Its the boss worm medl cine In the world Whites Cream Verruifuge Is also the ihildrens ton Id It Improves their digestion and assimilatiOn ot food strengthens their nuvoussYlttm and restores tl1emto the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to chiihoed 25c at J It Williams m 7r IIERlVE She mourned when he was outS of sight She loved him Sl She fondly told him day and night She loved him or- If other women gave him praise She wished to tear them limb from limb She jealously watched aU his ways And made thIs earth a bell for hIm She loved him so Chicago RecordHerald There is nothing cheaper than a smile nor rnything that s more vaIn uble according to tlieeneriy spent In- producingit A smile from husband to will Df from wile to hUlibandCrom- p trent to chUd cr child to parent prom friend tDhlenda smilewho can tell Iii worth Both the glvr andec aTe e sed thereby This ould inileedbe a sad oH world were It OotIor its smiles of approba 4 c a I For Sate A hoforhip in BrYRnt and Strat ton Buslnss College Apply tt this office Your Hair CTl1oo yearaagorny hIr was ralllngo tbadly 1 purchased a bonlo or hers Hair Vigor and- loon my hair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris m 7 Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that Is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair II you want long thIck hair feed It with Ayers Hair Vigor I tlnd Ipake It rich dark and heavy SIIo bt AU dtsulat- s2fnnr drijlat Ostanot supply you lend us oRCIt1oRln lId YO 111111 ezprsia ou a bottle lie sure and nio nante ol70UIU8IUV40Utollll Address Mpa p 1 I I THE AMERICAN LAUGH I tipIwept to or ex terminated Itself long ago Pathos II- bqauUtul tragedy 18nbsorblug But bqth pathos and tragedy are Instantly routed by the laughI 4tUgliter has sunshine lu It It I- wprnt Learned wen have scarctiod for the secret ot life Wbnt ill It but gqod humor Thats the secret ot Ute bqlllg worth living What sunshine is to earth good fin- mor Is to man Take the smile nod the laugh away and It would be the end ot malt Ien cant fight while they enjoy a- johe Death himself recoils from the liugti Thu man In a good bumorhas nfl enormoUs advantage overtho malt who Is angry Anger Is dark Bitter ncss is filled with shadow Inloler- n1co ls grim and black Prejudice Is blindGood hUmor with the smile anti the hugli Is sunshine Is which objects are and distortion disappears and wherein phantoms become nothing Ono reason for AmerIcas grtl8tneRsls that above nil It is a nation that lauhll There have been gay peoples awl frivolous nations but Hayely and f pO etzangly akin to moJau- c fIVOl1ty That guy Germany whose nat- ODAI hnpptnces Is expressed In song 14 clouded by metrutcholy Sadness pervades the temperament of Germa file And frivolous Francehow tragic she becomesbow desperately trnglcl The Jfnt Aillrlcan laugh Is another thing Iuvusgto the American na tonal laughj and there s a sound proc t cal something behind It It Is never a fprccd laugh It Is healthy vigorous spontaneous Empires lint powers have crumbled and gone tO pieces In solemn serIous- ness and gloomy grandeur while Uncle 8arn with a joke on his Ups forges aheadDenVtr Post iA COMMON CUSTOM 1flIaMt of Running lit VInger Througk Ills hal Why flood a man always run his hand through his hair when he takes ilia bat olrt asked an observant waD IDid you ever notice that man will in tarlably do tbl8 very tiling Is It just a nervous bpbit Is It vanity It Is an old habit I have never known a man who dId not Indulge this habit Even men Who have no hair to run their fingers through men whose heads are Ibold as billiard balk wllJ- bruib theIr hlinds over their heads when they lift their bats It the men simply wonted to smooth their tousled hair ot course thlll would afford ample xplltuatlon ot the habit Thit why lbeWdaaaawbo baa e1M11 8B Jhead do the same thing It Is not a sufficient answer to say that such a wan may have had a full suit ot hair at ono time and that It Js simply a IjD8Uer ot habit contracted under d1l- telent conditions As a rule men are unconscious ot the tact They do not know why how or when they rin their hands over their hoods flut they aU- do it just the Hmo Go into a courtr- Oom or nt any place where men congregate sad 3vhqro It II nq l8I1ry for 1hemto remove their hats anti watch them You will observe that every man will go through the same performance It seems to boa perfectly natu sal thing for thom to do My own con luslon is that It Is anevldenco ot van fly A man wants his hair to be just o Originally probably It was aip3ply- a matter of tidiness But St has grown Into an act ot vanity The lawyer for Instance It lid baa enough hair for the purpose VII wont his head to have a tousled appearance It gives him a Mudlous appearance and leaves tho impression that be baa been struggling with tho books Whatever the reason tito bablt is a curious One and ono which seems tobo deep rooted In the masculine naturoU Now Orleans TlmeaDemocrat handel sa a Child George Frederick Uandel the son o a Saxon barber and valet was only five years old when his lingers wooed divine melodies from the spinet which a good natured aunt iad smug god far him Into nn attic so that no sound oUt might reach the ears ot his father At eight his playIng so aston Ishld the elector of Saxony that hto tatter was compelled to wlthdJlN bla- pppoaitipn andaUqV the genius the bOy to have fair play And before ho had reache his twelfth birthday young lIandel was known rot1gbout Germany as a brilliant composer end virtuqso at tire court ot teuwerbr When floyc Wore Wig A century and a haIti agoWlg wear- Ing was nt Its height and little boys four or five years of age submitted to havIng their heads shaved preparatory to donning their false headdrcese A Leyden prote88orRlvers brnome shocked aU churches by declaring that a Christian must necessarily wear a Igor be eternally lost On the other hand Dr Thiers a eclebrated Cath ollcasaailed tIm wg wearIng prlellts In jl iiood steed volume Crank JudgeLot us HOt this thing right rou atiy this man whom wo are exam Inlngls not insane and yet ho Is notln lsrlgjt mind IIowts than WUnelltlJots Ut people your hon or who aro not Insane are wrong mind 1l1hout eyerythIngChlcago trJbune All Aid to Hemo- BlopnrAnd doctor It you will I wIsh you would give mo sonQthing to help my melDOfr I forgot ni easily DoctorVet well IU send you a bill every monthBltimoru Amen coD FOR SYSTI3MICCATARRII Peculiar to Summer Peruna Gives Prompt and Permanent Relief O S Rhoads Indlanspolts led writes For the put two year I have hardly known what it wis to have a sweet restful niglts sleep CAres and overwork oomed to weigh pie down more than t ithou1d or would had I been able to get myproper rest My doctor wna unablo- lohelpmC and ordered rue South for a contplcto restand change Asthiawas simply out ot the question and as I had heard several of the mon under tao speak ot how much Pernna had helped theft I decided to try it and am glad indeed that x did Six bottles mad a new man ot rae I eat well sioop welt and get up feel lag refresbd and rested My tea1 duties are not halt so hard and I certainly have good TelOllAtoh- fllLrt1h CflhlnrsA PnII R Uhncu1 CSoadsudg- OWm T Zenor of Washington DO writes from 213Cspita1 attest Washington D PI U I tko pleasure In sayIng thaticnn cboortuJIyreeommond thOttAot leru a- U a remedy for catarrhal trublo and a- I moat excellent tonic or general coadi UonlWmTZenor i Mrs Amends Morrifl 130 Reid street Elizabeth N J writes I CI Ihive been alckover two years with nervous prostration and general dob11 117 and heart trouble Uevo had four doctoral nil said that I could not get toll I had not walked a atop in nine months sufferIng with partial parilyala everyotherln flesh Its to btJ II mere skeleton weighing oaly 8S pound I Up to thiadato have take Plrt1n for seven monthl It ha sayed say life TIlE NewYdrkClipper GrfsfThllrlcll Paper In America All prsone In the happen theAMUSEMENT WOUeLDI 4 ItUBLISHIDSINOIE COPY 10 CENTS Jor Sate by partofFJEEAddressNew York CIty Tho Perfect Llvor Modlclne Mrs M Jolley Noble O T writes I have used Herblne Cor a qumber of years and can cheerfully recomnlend It as the most perlret liver medicine ned tht greatest blood poslUvetlactalmed for It Malaria cannot find a lodgpient In the system while the liver isLe perfect order for one of Its functions Is to prevent the abaorp lion of lever producing poisons lIerblneots a most efficient liver regu lator 50C at J1I Williams rn a- WANTJtDYoung men to prepare ton Government positions Fine open iligs In all ilepartmelts Good saM ties Rapid promotions Hxamlna- tlons soon Particulars reeInterState Cot Inst Cedat RapIds Ia 8t iwaysoi4ty 7 i Aroo4 tog Ylghtere It may Interest to learn thAt lose Is served at breakfast several tlmee SecondReglmoetWi DROw A Prominent Business 1 Man of Indianapolis Re stored to Health and Vigor by hernna He sayscc Peruna made a- New Man of Me t wwwaslca- nsatelytestlfy I have noiiirt so well In five years having wlllk dover one mile without 111 result and hao also gained thirty poundlC stnco- commcncing to take Perona In fi J highlyMra4rnatnf r reruna never fails to proyont syatenlloi iciarrh or norvous prostratioR Jt taken Ilntimo Poruziai tho moa promp B4 nervoWJi I J nown to the medical profession 4 It you do not derive promptAOd sat4s factory results from the uiobIPurti crtta atonco to Dr IlartpsangyInga J full statement ot your CASO and fl4t be pleased to give you his a1ub4ad- vico gratis JAddress Dz llartman Preafdonttip The Uartmai SanltAz1UDJ CohUBIi 1 Qbioi J OumhrIna TLE Ht1N AND lolcgraplr Co C TJeres nothing the matter wtth my business 1 have the Curnbjt lind Telephone In my residence and place of business My busijeas lila increased and my wUesvolce Ian er heard to grumble about phone Youra for good service and gentlemanly competitIon B p NOWhIN Manri RQUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY IllcoaroUTIID Talk being cheap and necessary you ahould patronize home fojka where you can buy your own phous- ind build your own lines Bad be in talking distance with the wholecon bylonlyRough Rivet Telephone Company or they wlll be at the whole expense U you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For partlc I tars call on S T Stevens Hartford KyI JID Dump on Independeace Dy i Sad Force reed us fra Eug lands sway lWow Indepgadnce lets declare Prosi Inalgctloa Jrant snare GoOdfriendi shake offthls despot oJ grim t 1t Sunnyjimrce1 The 41tokTl CWt6I P tncopornid WI0 r Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MI stood the tilt 25 yse Average AnflISIei OVer 0 4 a Hal Mi1Uo- IaItotthI o8I this record of merit wiIto you1 No Cure No PY sac wlee4 wiSh svy beSile Is a Tat package eves Iaek Poet Live Pi 4 44 4 4 Hartford Republican litutd by tho Hartford lnlilbnlng Cnupnnj IKClIBrOllAED rcrcrxot CO cumb1anHHI1ioRouah zter FRIDAY JULY In REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR nEPRESKNTATIVB DR A D PARK Rockport Ky I von CIRCUIT COURT CLERK E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky T AWHOUMUKJIKXTHForNlntoNennlor WI are nuthorUod to announce HON A th BENNETT na n candidate for tate Hcnntor from the Seventh Senatorial Plitrkt utJet to the action of tho Republican party We art anthnrltrd to announce 8I 8TE VESH 8 candidate for Htato Senator from the Sev enth Senatorial PUtrlct nlJ tto the action of the Republican party- Werenuthortze4 to nnnoumo D RAKER RHOADS aa a candidate for State Senator from theTenth Henatorlat district onblftt to the action ot the Republican party HOW YOU CAN TELL You can by examining tho label on your paper tell just how much you are indebted to us on your subscription ac count When you find how much that is wont you make our hearts glad by calling and settling same It may boa small amount but hundreds of small amounts will help us Come early For wo need the money indeed wo do THE good old summer time is summering right along How about tho pardoning business J 0 W B Still rushed are you not RiNOOa message to Ohio county Democrats Free Silver at 16 to 1 or bust IF criminals were given prompt and speedy trials mob violence would be unknown ORIENTAL war clouds still continue to gather in the minds ot the newspa per correspondents OUTSIDE of Ohio county the glorious Fourth was generally observed over the entire country Till Louisville Herald is not yet quite the whole thingbut its got to be a mighty big slice of it OHIO county reports its customary shooting this week What are you doing up there Judge Hargis A WHOLE week has now elapsed since Bcckhnm gave out a filth grade composition for his friends to apolo gize for WhEN the present Democratic State ticket pay up their expenses for two campaigns and two electionsthey- wIll have mighty little money to buy luxuries on their trip up Salt river IN the Democratic State Central Committee meeting at Frankfort last Friday Ben D Ringo asked for a message to bring the disaffected mem bers of his party in Western Ken tucky He got it but wo dare say he did not deliver it DDIUNO the echuol year which has just closed sixtytwo counties report ed common school graduates Fay cUe was first in point of numbers Ohio county occupied no mean position in the column and shes going to do far better next year NOTICE to Democratic criminals and convicts at Frankfort and Eddy ville Establish the fact that your victim was a working Republican and your pardon will be forth com- Ing Your votes are needed badly in the coming Gubernatorial election WE are in receipt of a statement of The Farmers Bank Milton Ky of which our former editor of THE RE PUBLICAN Lon Rogers is cashier Tho statement shows that the institute is ia a healthful financial condition and doing a thriving business Suc cess to you Lon in your new field JUDGE Hargia latest move to pre vent justice being metered out to his cohorts Jolt and White the alleged oasaina of Marcum was the employment by Hargig of two of theI leading layers of Cynthiana to assist in their detente Are you interested Judge You incUt that youi are notIJESSE BURTON au inuofeusive country youth was murdered by Marshal Bee Lindle at Earhogton Hopkins county lost Saturday in a most cold blooded and brutalmanner Lindle was arrested and put in jailat Madisonville but to prevent his beIing lynched he was transferred to Henderson jail Officers should be given ample protection but they should not bo allowed to concealmur der behind official position WE believe in economy in allI things but the extreme and scrupu lously guarded economy that has I been inaugurated with reference to the public roads and bridges of the countywillwo thinkprovein the end and within the course of a very few years to be the height of extravagance Bridges are permitted to decay and wash away roads without work and attention are falling below the stand ard that a county like Ohio should maintain This order of things may continue for years and is most suro to continue through tho present county administration during which time the people generally may think that because a bond has been redeemed they are enjoying an economical ad ministration of affairs but when the present regime is ended and an at tempt is made to repair our roads and bridges to an uptodate standard they will then realize that extrava gance of the rarest typo has been practiced TIlE increasing prevalence of mob violence is due directly and solely to tbe failure of our courts to inflict punishment on criminals Almcst every court beio iu Ohio county we see one or more instances of outraged decency It has come to be almost a question of dollars and cents in tbe establishing ofa mans guilt or Innocence Men ot money and influence can commit crime with perfect impunity Those who are chargedwith the administration of justice are di rectly responsible for the violent out bursts of passion which mauifest themselves in mobs Circuit Court here in Ohio county is an old old joke which is repeated time after time at a fearful cost to the taxpayers Sooner or later public sentiment will stamp its disapproval on this empty show in no mistakable terms No candidate Jar the General Assembly of Kentucky should recive a single vote m the coming election who would not pledge himself to layer A law giving to men charged with crime prompt and speedy trials List of Candidates One good indication of the interest being displayed In the Republican camp Is the large number ol an nouncements ol candidates for nomination This Is snrely an Indication that the Republicans feel sure of vic tory The following Is a nearly complete list of the candidates announced For GovernorMorris B Belknap Augustus B Wilson Louisville Cut ton J Pratt Madisonville For Lieutenant GovernorW N Foster Greensbnrg Buck Wllholt Ashland Ben L Bruner Hardyvllle Henry Overly Henderson W I Thompson Henderson For Audltorj tines G Goslee Carrollton J D Tanner Morgan- town Charles Randall Laurelcoun- ty J W Throckmorton Lexington For AttorneyGeneralJCSpelght Mayfield W M Beckner Winchester John F Lockett Henderson JL McCoy Lexington J W Lewis Washington county For Treasurer John A Black Barbourvllle W F Paxton Mc Cracken county For Clerk Court of AppealsSam- A Anderson Ohio county John B Hlndman Adair county John C Wood Mt Sterling L B Tarleton FrankfortFor of State Lawrence McCoy Lexington William Harri son Shelby county For Commissioner of Agriculture C M Hanna Shelby county G Ei Speck Warren county A T Che nault Madison county John W Mat tox Harrison county For Superintendent Public Instruc tion George T McBrown Owens bo ro J C Willis Lexington John Burk Newport I SULPHUR SPRINGS KY July 6Farmers are behind with their work Robert Lee near here Is danger ously sick with flux Crops look well A large crowd was at the hpel last Sunday to pattake of the coo refreshments that are served evefy Sunday Mrs Cattle Cate arrived today to join her children Harry and Cecil who are spending the summer with their grandparents Mr and Mrs CateThe camp meeting that will begin August 8 In the Sulphur Springs Grove will be a grand affair Ewen Visits Jackson Jackson Ky July 6Capt Ewen has been visiting his family since Fri day night Ha arrived In town after dark and had not left the house until train time this afternoon Tie baggage car was backed up in the yards close to his house and he went horn door to car with a Winchester in his hand and surrounded by his wife and family Capt Ewen could not be seen and Mrs Ewen said that no definite plans had been arranged or would be till after the court here and trial at Cynthiana a Judge Hargis Is still hard at work to save the murderers of James Mar cum from the gallows lila latest performance to be repotted being the employment of two additional lawyers to defend them For a man who tried to make it appear that he and Jett were on unfriendly terms Jndge Har gis almost frantic desire that Jett shall be acquitted and his anxious solicitude in the two assassins behalf so singular that they are causing a great deal ot unusual comment CourierTournalI J4 VANCE KING Charged With Burning Owensbo ro Pants Factory Dis charged With these closing words I do not believe that a pettit jury with the evidence that has been before me wonld convict Mr King and I will therefore dismiss him Judge Has kins expressed his disbelief In the charge of arson preferred against S Vance King and discharged him The charge of arson against Vance Kltfg was dismissed Wednesday n 315 oclock after being on trial for eight day Jndge Hnskins delivered nn opinion of considerable length and went over the greater part ol the evi knee offered In the case He took up one by one the wltnmsea for the rom mon wealth and disposed nl them In somewhat summary fashion Alit r reviewing the testimony ol Heraan Sells one of the principal witnesses for the prifecutlon he male use ol the expression I am unwilling to give credit to Sells testimony because he stands contradicted by his own statements and Mrs Sells saw two much fire Sells told King he was going there that night and he knew he was there Mr King was In the building that night because he says he was there and Mr Hollls was there because he says he was there I dont think Hollis was there again after he left because the officers saw him In the saloon drunk Immediately after the court had fin ished the delivery of his opinion in the King case County Attorney Clements moved that the cases against J Hugh Ditto and Ben Clarkson be dismissed The court sustained the motion and dismissed the casesIn quirer For a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They Invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bil ious attacks For sale by all drug gists m V HORTON KY July 8 A protracted meeting was begun at Bethel church last Sunday night by Revs Hartford and McKay Rov Harned delivered n very able sermon at Hickory the last Fourth SundayA from here attended meet- Ing at Mt Zion last Sunday Master Wayne Richardson Is able to be out again Miss Delilah Patton of Hartford Is visiting friends and relatives in our communityOur will commence the 3ist of August in charge ol Miss Rosa BerrymanSchool will begin at Rlcketta Au gust the 3 tst with Jesse Rock In con trolMr Haskell Kitchens of Roches ter visited here Saturday and Sunday E M Daniel has been quite sick The picnic at this place last Satur day was quite a success Miss Hines of Rochester visited here recently A Growing Institution The Bowling Green Business Col lege Bowling Green Kentucky Is Increasing Its attendance each suc ceeding year Its attendance this year is larger than it has ever been before and the management has al ready received sufficient assurance to guarantee a greater attendance next year The graduates of this College experience no trouble whatever in securing ready employment Catalog and full information sent on request Address H H Cherry Gen eral Manager Bowling Green Kentucky SELECT KY July 8 MrJCStewart and wileol Weir City Kan are visiting friends and relatives In this community Quite a number of our people at tended the Ice cream supper at Chas Wallaces last Friday night all report a good time Mr and Mrs Birch Shields little baby Is quite sick at this writing Miss Julia Buford Louisville Is visiting the family of Mr J A King The Rev Theo Willis preached quite an Interesting sermon onMans Relation to His Creator last Fourth SundayMr J W OBannon and wife Beaver Dam visited Mrs OBannons parents Saturday and Sunday It seems that the good roads movement la on foot near Select Squire Martin is having a good deal ol grad- Ing done- Bowaro of Olntmonts for Ca tarrh thatContaln Morcury as mercury will surely destroy the Sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Snch articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy ilcians as the damage they will do Is possiblyderive St CheneyCo actingdirectly buyingHallsgenuine It is token Internally and jCheneyperbottleHalls Family Pills are the best Fifteen young women of Perryvllle have agreed that any young woman of their club guilty of receiving a beau shall forthwith be expelled end blacklisted This fearful punishment for courting is likely to lead to 4 Ml Humors Are impure matters which tho skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there la such an accumulation of them They litter tho wholo system Pimples bolls eczema and other eruptions lots of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of Indigestion dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them f Hoods Sarsaparllla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tono and invigorate the whole system HI had salt rheum on my hand M that I could not work I took Hood Sarsaparllla and It drove ont the humor I continued Its UM till the sores disappeared Has IBA O BBOWV Rnmford Fall Me f Hoods Sarsaparllla prOmises to euro and keeps tho promise fifteen elopements Do the Perry vllle girls want to make their1 town the matrimonial storm center ol Ken tucky Louisville Herald J 9 D P Mosley Jr who formerly lived In this county near Whltesvllle lied in Kansas last Thurday His remains were carried back to his old home for interment which took place last Saturday Church Announcement Subject for Saturday evening Church Ulsipline I For Sunay Morning Palteful unto deathFor Sunday evening Communion serviceEverybody Is invited to be present at each nl these services E W COAKMSV Pastor eTelegraphy Write now for our Telegraphy Catalogue All the graduates secure positions Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Kentucky Notice All parties Indebted to the firm ol R E Childs Sons Rosine tfy are requested to see me and settle same either by payment of cash o sedured note at once and save trouble and cost I have only a limited time In which to settle up this business s and it is necessary that yon attend to It at once Very truly RL BOYD DS Enter Business College And secure a position Wntelor catalogue now Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky II h O A IS TOU I A lean the BlgsMtn ct hit Kind Yoa Han AtaBaiM I BEDA KY July 8 Quite a number fronithls place attended Quarterly meeting at No Creek Sunday Mr Walter Parks and Mrs J B Foster Hartford visited friends here Tuesday afternoon Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer returned from Owensboro Saturday where they have been visiting rela tives and friends for the put week Dr J D Stewart who has been at tending the Medical College at Louisville has returned home Rev R D Bennett Hartford will preach at the M E Church Snnday Messrs Everett and Sam Ellis at tended the party at MrCrlt Hudsons Buford Saturday night Misses Alberta Greer and Anna Bennett accompanied by Messrs Ev erett Ellis and Fleetwood Ward at tended the show at Owensboro Tues dayMr Walter Parks Hartford and Miss Clara Bennett visited friends at Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Mrs Carrie Woodward who died at Hartford Tuesday morning was but led at the Patterson graveyard Tues day evening She was the daughter of Mr Stephen Leach near here Her many friends were indeed sad to learn of her death She was a noble Christian lady and loved and esteemed by all who knew her She leaves- a husband an aged father andmother and brother with a host of telatlves and friends who mourn her departure Mrs Caleb Tichenor and daughter Miss Jennie went to Hartford Tuesday Miss Vivian Bennett and Mr Oscar Ashley attended the barbecue at Dells Run Saturday- Mr Hosea Shown and family have moved to their property recently purchased Irons Mr Frank Hicks and will engage In the grocery busi nessMr W H H Park son and daughter Amlersonvllle attended the bur lal of Mrs E M Woodward Tuesday Mis Fannie Austin left Tuesday for Morgantown for an extended visit to friends and relatives Those on the sick list Mrs Nancy Park the Infant son of Rev W E Cook and little Miss Gertie Bennett Mr W H II Park and wife An dersonvllle attended Quarterly meet Ing at No Creek Sunday Mr L B Tlchenor and family of near Hartford visited Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose Saturday and SUn day C The MononRoute will from now until September aotu sell round trip tickets to StPaul and Minneapolis at 2880 from Louisville Low rates also to other points In the Northwest Ad dress E II Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky toW V MORE SAWS Found InCell of Murderer OBrien Mother Denies That She Took Them Lexington Ky July 8 Jailer Wallace today made Another search of the cells occupied by Whitney and OBrien the condemned murderers ol A B Chinn and the cell occupied by 0 Brlen were a half dozen eightinch steel saws the same size of the saws sent to OBrien from Memphis several months ago The saws were found Inside ol the pillow used by OBrien The prison ers mother and two brothers have been in Lexington for scvtrul weeks making Dally visits to the jill but they are closely watched and it it not believed the saws were given to OBrien by members of his smilybur were given to a young woman filend and delivered to him by her John OBrien the elder brother left for his home Monday hut Mrs OBrien and another son remalnd be hind j Jailer Wallace says today that they will not be allowed to see the prisoner again even from a distance Mrs OBrien denies sending the saws from Memphis to her son several months ago and also denies knowledge ot the saws found this morning Y M C A Notes At the regular Sunday afternoon Mens meeting July 19 will be an echo meeting ot the Mnblenberg county Y M C A Convention held at Greenville July 4 to 6 All Y M C A members and as many others as can come and hear the report of your delegates of what that county is doing In the work The Secretary will be at Narrows Sunday evening July 12 to explain the work and to arrange for the organization of a young mens bible class at that place Our July magazines are now on the table at the Y M C A reading room Come In and read them We have a number of the leading magazines periodicals religious jour nals dally papers etcn in our read ring room eHartford Y M C A boys camp will be July 23 to 25 Philo C Dlx of Henderson will attend the camp We hope all the boys can go on this camp with us as we hope to have both a pleasant and profitable time The place will be selected laterE P a BRIEF NOTES Pope Leo the celebrated pontiff is lingering between life and death at his home In Rome Italy Gov Beckham has refused to commute the sentence of Claude OBrleo and Earl Whitney who are to be hanged at Lexington July 24 At Richmond Madison county Ky Wednesday a jury by their verdict that Gen Cassius M Clay was of un sound mind and a committee was ap pointed to take charge of his estate Nine persona were killed and thirty five more were wounded In Evansville Ind this week In a street riot and race war occasioned by a negros shooting Louis Massey a policeman Twentythree people nineteen of whom are said to be negroes were killed In a collision between a freight and a fast passenger train on the Vir glnla Midland division of the South ern railway at Rock Fish Va Wed nesday Nine other persons were In juredJ McKnight left Louisville at 327 oclock Tuesday in cnstody 011 Deputy United States Marshal Wil liam Blades and Tom Mitchell Spec ial Bailiff for Atlanta to serve his term ot six years under conviction for the misuse of the funds of the German National Bank of which he was PresidentSmarting under the refusal of a written recommendation G B War ncr and electrician formerly in the employ of the Louisville and Nash ville railroad shot Pulaski Leeds master mechanic of the road twice and seriously wounded him Then Warner sent a bullet through his own skull and may die The Pacific cable fromSanFranclsco to Manila exceeding over 8000 miles In length was completed Saturday July 4 This marked the successful completion of the greatest submarine cable enterprise undertaken In the history of ocean telegraphy and con nects the United States with her possessions In the tar East by a direct line of communication There are still six pensioners of the Revolutionary war on the rolls and one survivor and 1317 widows of the War ot 1812 The last survivor of the Revolutionary war Daniel F Hakemau died In Cattaraugus corn ty N YI April 5 1869 aged 109 years The last survivor of the War of 1812 Hiram Cronk of Oneida oounty N Y Is 103 years old The Salvation Army cirps of Cleveland 0 has decided to condnct a campaign for the dissemination of of the Gospel in the feud counties of the mountains The plan which was approved by Commander Booth Tucker will be put Into execution the first week of August wheu the Invasion will commence at Huntington W Va and will be carried to Bristol Tenn A series of services will be held at Jackson Ky and per manent posts will bei established along the route liL I SUPPORT SCOTTS EMUUION umi u abridge to carry the weakened and starved until IIlinnSend for itt mnplo soon A DOWNE ChemUU 4XiSr ilStrKl Ntw Voi- kSoCUiIooI all dnJaIo A FARMER SUICIDESII lie Left A Note In Which He Said He Was Too Old To Work Any Longer M BJonep a firmer aged sixty year committed ulclilp by drown- Ing Sundny morning The water In which he ended Ms life was in a rail road ditch anti was not more than acv en IncItes deep An inquest was held by Coroner Hayden Sunday morning and aver diet was returned raying that he com uiltteU suicide by drowning Jones was a sober man having never been given to drink He had had no awl ly troubles and so far as can be learn ed was not In any serious complica tions financially The body was found In n ditch beside the Illinois Central railroad tracks just above town Sunday morning about 6 oclock was removed to ids house and inquett held The body was first seen by the inglneer who could not however tell whether it was that ot a man or not He report the matter to the depot and from there the police departmeut was notified Justi when the act was com mitted no one knows and his family docs not know when he left home The last time he was seen alive was Sunday mornlg about 2 oclock at that time he was at home and arose from the bed and give one of the chil dren a dose of medicine After giving the medicine he was thought to have returned to bed but It seems most probable in the light of subsequent developments that he began ut once making preparations for his work of self destruction Coroner Haden was summoned as soon as the body was removed to the home and at once empaneled a jury On the table in the room which had been occpled by the dead man was a note recently written ond merely folded The sheet contained the fIJI lowing woidsAnnl Take care of yourself and the babies You will find me in the pony right back of Ben Montgomerys this morning On the same table was an envelope addressed In the handwriting of the dead to James Jones his son The thecoroner opened this and read Dear son I want you to take chage of my affiars I am getting old and not able to work I want you to sell my buggy and cow to pay funeral ex penses Give to Minnie one bed one bolster two pillows and three quilts M E Jones The reference In this letter to the fact that he was getting to old to work is the only clue why the man took his own life He was about sixty years old and was a farmer Ae lived on the farm of Ben Montgomery He had been twice married and the wife surviving him Is a young woman per haps not thirty years old they bave two children the youngest about ten months old By his first marilge he left four children all of whom are married The ditch in which he drown is about too yards from his hon e RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A prescriptionFor The S cent packet U enough for tunaloccadonn upplyforC A 111 OnZADean the KgaaUn of 121 itliri Bevtt I f Constipation And symptoms and Results of Indigestion IOfa1tf1 rMOftd thl sea SI OR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER plesied1Ibwby not your mtrdlaplofolpulopen pvv41i4I fibtftuslIIlmtt1f IhII motrqg i1il I llmeDt i D- wIl m IO vs amy redtdoL II etsiItprortuwtur the auftfit b lauurutd la rt row money THO AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO Bvaivttt 104INasal OATARRH In atIlt tUgM there ihonld be cletalineti Eljs Cream Balm eeanie8iooUiti end heals tbD dluuod membrane It rural caUrrh and drltti away a cold lo the bead lInJcld1 pRI Iid You all Creaitj Balm II plated Into the DOttrtli iprwdi orer lbs membrane and It atxorbod IU1UJU Im maiat and cur folloWa It U not drJIDis6ee DrugiltsELl lIUmiBU3 tt Warren Street New York Hughes Chill Tonic PALATABLE alter th an Caiomjl and Quinine Ccntiins nt arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC- A wtl a Sure Malarial FevetsSwnmp need this i Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE Dont Subtituete All Drufifiists Bottles SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING Forty yran IUN 10 the Houth Tonic n greet irmtcl for Chilli nil nit Malarial Fryer aaaaa LOOKI A IN TIME Sure nine IlonbM1 Chill Tonic tiiiUt ptrntnnt taken In earLy Spring and Fall prtrenU millie Dengue nIl Malarial Ft t1II reiN Acti on the llm tone up tbi V TKUin as Cure for Chills and Fevers Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what you at season turns Mild Try it take any 50c 1 pror llughM 4dc STITCH PREPARED BY ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY IMCORrOUiTID LOUISVILLE KY Monuments 4l NICK MICHEL I W F BARKHAUS E SOLK OWNER t IltOPKIKTOlU tJtbt OF = i OWEN8BORO MONUMENTAL WORKS i We make tho work that please If you want a good MONUMENT that will lust and not 1 fade get our prices and wo guarantee tim restJP IMISCHEL BARKHAUS 4 9I52I7AIIeunehIfNqnarj Pome ft 1 OWEJMSBORO KHNTUOKY i Fans Fanslif rH Again our buyer has ransacked tho market for the y g newest things the market affords and to secure any l thing by which wo can save tho purchases somor U money at tho same time give ho or she good first j class material We placed on sale Monday morning 41 i Iatwentyfive doxen Fans that JaJJ wholesaler 5 10 15 20 and 25 cents each our tt tJo eUchItfiYou can save from 2 to 15 cents on ouch 4 FanEfi ft EfiI f lb t White Wash Delts15t02 Yo Now ideas in Black Belts 25to50o 0 fi lb lb ifi AA Now lino of Cluny Insertings 20cts per yd up 1 Now Normandy Valllonds10 to 50cta per yd it fi lb C1 j Hair Ornaments i = Now Combs 10 to 25cts each = NewHnirPins54t026ctsetlhry4 y rVour Mail Orders will receive prompt attintion = fi lb Your presence will bo appreciated = fi lb I C1 Yo E R BarnesE Yo Bro Yo 1 =tC1 Yo ifBeaver Dam Kentucky lbs Int i RHEUM 8M j and otheiills producodJfe disoased flncys am be J tcured ARGON OIEltlo remedy its flbctis marvelous relieving almost instantly Jd i it you are not satisfied your money iiiilicorrftit Iifully refunded y Ask yoDrdggist25c 50c- Arjon I to 1SOil Co 136 W Main Louisville Ky r I t+++++++++ ++++1 j FAIRS CUTPRICESt e July means to ps a time of cutting in all de partmcnts Much goods that are just now seasonable must be closed out this month as early in August our fall stock will begin to come in These cut prices mean much to you as what you save on one purchase will help you make another I Cut Prices in Wash Goods I 7 Scotch rlvI9 worth 5cJe4PolkaDot Organdies worth7c 5e Sheer Fanuy Organdies worth 12 c10e 15c12eiFancy Whito Goods worth 15clOeBlack Lnwns worth 15c10eCut Prices in Millinery We novoI carry Millinery from ono season to anoth or We nako the prices tho people do tim rest iindollnr Flats to close for 250 lwodollnrnndnhnf Hnts to closo for 150 Twodollar Hnts to close for 125 Onot1o11aruida1in1f lIath to close for 100 Allbcautifl1l1y and tnstefuJly trimmed I Cut Prices in Slippers Priesinoyors latcnt Vici Oxfords leg Inr price 250200Entiro line of Strop Kid Oxfords regu- nr prico225 175 Misses Whito ttnI Black Kid Slippers regular prico 150 100 Mons Low Cut Oxfords regulni price 160 125 Mens Fine Vici Low Cuts regular price 250 200 a 130311OS thw3o specinl priccs wo are o bring big 4 tractions through our entire house Visit us July and wo will couvhico you that by paying cash ntIwill savo you 25 per cent on nU purchmcs t JThe Bargain 4p 1 Ceziter Is Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUIY rn ww Wheeler Wilson Mason Prult Jars at CarBon BlOB t Read Davless CoBk Tro ad hot and cold lunches at City Res taurant Rverythlng g004 to tat atClty Red ta rant GroH Wlmaws will aell you a Sew lug Machine from 15 up See him lee Cream Soda WAter Lemounde And Coco Cola It City Restatirent carson Co have the house the gyod and their prices lIult the trade R T Collins whn has been quit ill my PeveTal daya Is able tQ be out IIgaln Itor alt ktuds of Sewing Mchlee reo pain needles eel call on Gross WI- tIatfts Cleam Cheese BrIck Cheese Sau eCakel and Crackerajust received I Clt Resta rant p The Hartford machIne wilt p edHece ciMngoute 15th of July Brl 1con OUwool 2t Try a Whteltr WilSon NO9 afld be codvltlCcd tlitoeis VzruAM I Agt svwautybur Meat Lard Chick iili ngga atia In met atiything you hk v to eU CARIOW Co tee Ct4 in Ices Phosphates Coco cofii tld Dr Pepper and all kinds of tbl drInks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store I ir4 D W KIng Osteopath Ia at W a lIardwlcks Call ii needing 4 treatment Consultation aud Examl nation free 41tf- C 1 We ureclsing out our 25c silk Ginghams st I Nowls the time and this Is the pla ato buy- CARso1 Co Give us your ordeta for Ladlu Tallormade Skirts See our line o- k sawples J ItCONOMY Day GOODS STon- nr r our Tongue II 1t s coatedyour stomach Is bad your liver Is out of order Ayers Pillswl11 clean your tongue cure your dys pepsin make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 25c All drcnhtJ mDutlote nr hcrd tasuUfUL- I hnorrichbtACk f ThUOI t I UCKINOHAMS DYE for theI i Wheeler Wilson Sewing lorachloe Company GaossWzws Agt Dont Day a new sewing machine till you have seeu the Wheeler WII son NO9 Its fine as silk GROSS WILLIAMS Agent Carson Co stili have a few bun dies of remnants Conic In and get one or more before they are gone CARSON Co Xrand MrsThOBAnderson are ttie proud hosts of a little visitor who came to see them early Tuesday Thi guest Is a fine boyJohn Andrew Little Precley Nelson age about four years son of Ur and Mrs Jaa venlngInterment WednesdaySecretary n w Patterson and Robert Wedding attended the County Y M C A Convention at Green yule July 4 5 and 6 They report aI most pleasant and profitable time A nice line of Laces Lace Yoking and Trimmings for thla dreaa good Dont all to eethem Wealao bay a a nice Use of CIUDYLace Itcoi DzvGoous SToRE Anyone wanting a good allarouui bUggy will do well to can on Barnari 11cr1 Hartford Ky For further Information can at Barnards stable or hers saddle shop 49t5 buSI1nwfurnIsh you with Staple and Fancy GrocerIes Confectioneries Fruits mc I am also agent for the anion Richmond Steam Laundry D W WILIIAMS The ball at the Hartford House Friday evening was a much enjoyed social event Maslc was furnished b V the Iundec string band Among those present were Mles s MaryHard1 wick and Belle Rowe GreenvllleI Messrs IitLl Park Conner Ford Mattln Thomas PC Miller and Dr D W KIng and Misses LatHe and Maggie Marks Norma and Bernie Miller tlllle Burton Pearl ThomPB Katie Thomas and Mrs H P Thom DS spent Saturday at Alrdrle Hill on- Greeu river In Muhlenberg county r Remember that we are to have nothing to do wIth deciding the guessing contest Judge Miller baa contalnsr disinterested parties who may be named wilt decide who II the lucky one alter the candle has burned CARsoN Co A house belonging to the McHenry Cent Company at McHenry ocet pled by Marlon Samples was destroyed by fire at an early hour Mon day UI owing Mr Saniplea wife and three little children narrowly escaped with their lives All th household goods ware roulumed I the flames J P Sandelur who had been can fined to his bed at the home of Z T- I1cr with consumption died Wednea day and was burled Thursday at Mt Zion cemetery lIe was a true cbrls- tlan and loved by all that knew him lIe Is the last one of n large family all the others having died of the same disease Who can tell what can be had to r the small sum otsixtyfive cents A lady bought a bundle of our pound goods d few days since and made front It a dress for herself and dreSses toV three children three shirts for her husbandand has a large assortment 5ofio gets such a bundle at Carson Cos store Owing to the short time belore go lug to press last week that we reo celved the report oUhe Beaver Dan Deposit Bank we neglected to call attention to same through the local columns of our paper This lustltu lion Is one ofthe very best In the county and shows by its report that It Is doing a firstclasebusinese Examine the report In our last issueM The Aeto1l family of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood held family reunion at Mr F W Acton Sun day July 5 There were seventysix persons present fitlyeight ot whom were hIs own family eight children usandInIaw and daughtarsinlaw AU enjoyed the day very much and each one present will long have a tender remember nce of same At pclock morn tolugM Woodward died of complication olr troubles after a libgering illness Io several days liar remains were In terred In the Patterson cemetery Tuesday afternoon She was a de voted member of the Presbyterian Church and had always lived an up right christian life She leaves a young grlestrlcken husband and a host of friend and relatives to tomournWe learn that our fellow townsman D M Ilocker has recently organized a bank at Birmingham Marshall to county Kyt with a capital stock ot and that elected cash toicrfor business on or before October z 5903 He will probably move his family there Mr Hacker Is a first class business man and we predict for him a successful business career In his new field Mrs Oscar Bishop accompanied byhe her little son John Hocker yesterday to her home at Corbin Ky after a visit of four weeks to her parents and friends In Hartford and vIcinity Her husband Capt Oscar Bishop who lad also been vIsiting relatives and friends here returned home on the 22nd nIt Capt Blsbop Is cashier ofa bank at Corbin and we are proud to lear athat he Is making quite a success and that the bank Is usdoingarc Ohio county people and we are inproudcess a pveSHOOTS ANOTHER MAN In Marshal Paris at Midnight Hour E9counters a FoeUses Billy and Revolver In Last Saturday night bet wee n twelve and one oclock while return Ing from a picnic near Horton FredtI Tatum fell to sleep driving In his buggy audhis horse unguided carni toMaruet4 endMoppedontheatre t t tbc pump in lronLofGrilBns drug etore Thereundiaturbed young Ta tn reaalsed perhaps for iseveral at mInutes when Marshal Paris for some reason being on the streets atca this late hour without any Inquiry asto who It was or asto what hisCi business might be proceeded to Tatum from his buggy as he claims setoed In a manner roughly as It was proceeded to defend hImself against what he claims he thought to be an- aaaault by an unknown person will Intent to rob him of about 200 which he had ou his person he kicked his assailant loose from him and attempt ed to escape when Paris rallied andCi caught his man striking him several blows on the head with his atInflictingand rendered his foe emluncon coactoushe was up against It lu real earneat and possesaig considerable physics strength struck Paris with clinched fist whIch brought him to the ground alter which beJumped on Paris wItb boUt feet and proceeded to give blm ns som teshoefor bllly on the head Paris real Izlng that his man was getting fn at 5someleglnfllctIngions wound M- At this junctuM PAris quitted the scene and went to liii home and on his way met Sheriff Keown v him reported that he hadlhot anothertI lIt1gBtlondiscovered Tatuzu was carried to Dr Morton office where his wounds were treated and was later carried to hIs home TportEach party claIms that he dldnot know who the other was until th w thwhole u f H f H f f H f H f f i- it i PERSONAL MENTION- H t ft 1 H I tf i + 11 John Blair Duurd was here Monday Nat Lindley Mitarz was In town Friday James McSh zr Hortonwas hei- rIday C F p M ilatler Roolnc Was In town Tuesday T C Pirtle Ctomwell walln town Tuesday J C Gentry I Cromwell was here Tuesday W H Morris Ceralvo was In town Satnrilay G U Patton Duord was In town Saturday J T Miller Cromwell was in town Tuesday S M FondayJesse Warden Centretown was here M reondayp LSandelnr Roxey was intown Monday Thomas Greer Beds was In town Monday j Hosea Shown Bedawas In townar ondayaLuther Rogers Select was In town Monday Seth Ranney Cromwell was here Monday E T Allen Ceralvo called to see MondayyeWedneediY Jesse Rowe SmaUhou was in to ofwnW I Rowe Centretown was In- wn Monday WFCoUman Matanza was In otwaS A Bratcher Matauzas was In town Monday S P McKeuney Cromwell was In town Monday I A VIncent Ceotretown was In town Monday Ben Newton Buford was In frwnHarve Bennett Matanzts was In town Monday Whalen PrenUs was In bewnDr J ft Stewart eda was In wn Monday D B Rhoades Beaver Dims In r town Monday Clay Crawford Dundee was in town Monday gaItown Monday Ilartlson Austin Beaver Dam was re Tuesd flCtown Tuesday Hurbert Ward Centretown was here SaturdaydaLarkin Williams Centretown was here Saturday J J Wilson Beaver Darn was in the city Tuesday J B York Rosine Called to to see- SWednesday Dr B N Patterson McHenry was town Monday UI S Carson visited In South Bear Darn Monday John D Bell Point Pleasant woe town Saturday Rev E D Maddox Centretown wal In town Friday O O WillIams Beaver Darn was town Saturday Mrs R B Martin Is visiting her mother near Cromwell Judge S L rulkerson RoekporttIn town Monday HendCrson Stearsman Matanzas was In town Saturday 1edilJ w White Horse Branch catted thIs office TuesdayBwas a ller at this office Friday Thomas Steersman of Graysor unty was In town Saturday Norval Brown tfcIlenry called to e us while In town SaturdayCS W Bennett Ited friends In town Saturday Sherman Park returned yesterday lrom Rochester Butter County MWllllame Ceralvo made us a pleasant call while In town MondayT Clark IglehartSluallhous was a ller at the Republican office Friday William Schroter Jingo called this office while In town Teusday Rev cantrlU No Creek was a wet y tmeday a 14W Godsey of Mississippi Is visiting his family at Pordaville this t week J W Tichenor Pt Pleasant made a pleasant cat while In town yes rday Cob C M Barnettafter abort stay his home returned to Luolsvltle Saturday W A nlll Ceralvo was a pleasanm caller at this office while ondayThisitingis week Olway Yates Rochester Butler Cola vIsiting the family of Esq Park thIs week WInson Smith Cromwell made us- a pleasant cat while In town uesdayaLuther Bennett and wlfeLoulsvllle w ere guests of relatives near town is week oftthis week T Huff and Orii W t ace spent a sbort while In the country Tuesday ftern3on Miss Sue Vciactfs visltsog MtJ Sallie Mitchel at Bedford Trimble county Ky fJi Capt A B Stanley Wysox was ft pleasant caller at the Republican office Monday Mrs F 0 Aualin Beaver Dam vIsited her daughteiMrs Z W Grit Inthls week Mr and trnijn Maddox are the 1are guests of Cot ndMrsC M Barnett this week Miss Lonc MUidOz will spend several days visititig JllrnAs kt Rock port next week I w Foster LouiavllIe was the guest of his psrent My lid rpJPo oster last week Mrs P t F l z son and daughter turned Mondayafter i1 ted weeks In Louisville Misses Minnie ilclntlrf MaggIe D avidson and Mr E A FIeld viII It cfl Beaver nan Sund4- yMrandMrsj M Relder Louisville e visiting the formers parents Mr- nd Mrs W Bo Render thiS week Mr N Veeh iril grandughtir Evansville are the guests ofMr and Mrs Alex Curtis and family near town P D Tweddellwho bas been clerk g for Carson Company for sever ars left M lor Sanangebo- exaT Misses Ethel Habbitand Zua13ar- ttue Owensboro were the guest an nightdf Attorney E tral whole sei4- g I in the summer on hIs farm near Pentls attended court herethe first the week Mrs C W Sturgeon lvanaviile hits been vllllting her pr nta1 Mr and Mrs J M McIntire luring the paat week Miss MafJ3ennettAn ersd vll1e who has been vIsiting Misses Olive and iRdith Carson returned to her home Friday z Q CottreJiQe 8r visIted- iends here Squ4y 1cJ 8 brother L A Cottren exSeetctar of th Ohio county Y M C A T B Fettle BrsID Iud joined his w ile and little ilauglitawQ iive parentaMrr- ew weeks Messrs ZW GrIfiThdP Nowlid W Ford M 1i wJilt J 1Ifi- DeWeese FrenchVickersand Joshua Field attended Wallaceg Circus at O wenaboroTuseday 1 z i Jake Halderman who hasbeen en- ged in ralllQ1tUDlt at 1nscPD Adinia for severfil yearsjarnivdJ n- Fordavltle Tue to spend the aura mer with friendsaui relatives there Mrs Helen 1ell visIte4 JamesAbrotherinlaw lhe1 liels pow ylaltlsg her brother HII DavIs tqwn Sh willre- rntu to her home next week Mrs AF Stanley returned Satur relUves y tllJlsBLonlseaccomplished daugher of Ci Gus Macy of Lexington Misa lIJpcI1 1Itanleyi J r Time Cash Grocory is- headquarters for M sons Fruit Jars r NOTICE TO TAXAYEH 1 or ono of my Doputies vill ho nt tho places named bQlow on the dntes mQntione1D for the purposo of taxes Any perorl desipng o know tile amount of their- axe in ndvance cnncoriinutn- icato with rue nt hartford j- by letter or telephone alp Saturday July J8I J eflinTucsdayJuly tJ U Buord Wednesday 221 Ji Bcda Thursday July 23 25BellsOlaton Friday July 17 Horse Branch Saturday July rIL Balzctown Tuesday July 2J 1 I Cromwell pVednesday July jz Wysox FrIday July 24 Rosine Saturday July 25 Friday July ry Saturday julyiS TulliiCMeHeury Saturday luly as Point Pleasant Thursday July jQ Na rows Frld Y1I1yt7 Davlson Sattnday July iR- hreve Wednesday July z rialer Thursday lY23t AetnavlUe Saturday July 25 Herbert Tuesday July aS M egan VednesdaY Jp1iJ9 Persons living In Forcls- ule and vicinity elm pay to he Fordst11c J3tiikiiig Co fn day Iwiit lso bottiiiy- I L OOICO in Hartford every lay 8OCA1el EOW Shoriff- H1tfordIr ny1p 1903 NotIc tOTeachers The OhioCotinty TepiesInltIt will be held at Auguist 24 J 2627 antzS J3Q9 VChap- an Superlnt denqfMndlqlJylqet ity Schools he next white xaml1atlon wUtl1c eld at 1ordsvflleJuly t7 and iS- J MDrVztnsn Sc S Meda flWfJs in Mr John Iedcalf and Mia Eva Wilson were mnnre d VednFaday at the reaIdence flfr alJ 1M eorgr H BarneaBeav Darn bytle Rev G Edwarde They left biquiedLM t ly for the Ith Cave M tOTayiQrinesture home 1 4 J SpeciallJUlleJuly SalesI V arc goizig tb JI1fko spucial price luring these two months If you need QyththginthoDryGoods line it will pny out hook t9ur goods Our lines of tcciit us nrI1I boautiful flfll absolutely fast AiIoN Dont fnil- t seqthioaiilasd jofTi ol Batists softPersian Mulls 1ahecf Vhit Organ lustresQI 4 I Orn Underwear Lfrie i Isiwil1 AiL1 tatews TttpeLoneck VetsI5er1ondid a1ucs c I itt JOe Nice ltllof 1180 Vest iSe 20c 2c and 3c 100 i L Q StrrpJt p 1j ytprJ qte Miws arid Chi1dc J so a complctlLnssott 1 1h iujnccd 1 I 1JIL j 4 RI J 1 J tp 11 10dJhh ShoeS U 1 j fI aridSflppers r iJ dl QrShl1lVIctlL Dot faiPtosec thoin1s Whon It comes to Shoeswhllarc right atjlQl1iect t it I I rhis nQJsnJsPQciiilt yiLIi q I rV Vogot fIE 9 rmxwffi q lk1 tfJ1d ii I sr NhdthoprWcSn1cnn C1itc I flaIpisb fj r 1 J Ji I I J II II i gJ W 0 U liLi Ij I j It a i ty I I J 11 J 0tes1 t toIlit1erLYu 1 c2 J 11 Tlus 1epartineiit 0 ke91 Ifftin roJlS1 Ji fJ Si tstttt Augtit iCCOIVlflgiio t i goo1s ce1c1y We can ftlriiih lt1jp JJng III this line A full line of Mitsci tiit1 ciiiircj Jiax2pcrv1 fQpu irfrnnlci Lits- froiil JOe UP4DQntFt l to Jslt1Ylrgalfls Thu public credits us with being lenders InthillneJ1d i1 iit I 3 ItJfU t 11 i I I L tt lbV11M1 I t ip 4 IECONMYDRY 1ooDs ij M nJff m Mm ttt lu Cl I I gi I I R Oft 4 roW 1 S The Keystone tl rtttliliifJ liIO C ffe8 Is iflc iTee4gazhlg of eggs oi to conceal deo fc 1 thid FresVahdtrriiforrn rich Jq flavor eca l l InI- WEEWTHEY szicvcrfnb I J W WILL T1ACH4- n lncompleteUstof bUloGoun- ty TeachetsI tff1 tUrent It S c9Yr urbh1 bed br tile Superin lIf- uI J 1 tendent J 1 101 H I I 1 r Ijj1 1 IIrrj1 9 M lrulz1 b z vcoryZqnqdn1 I1h 1to1l JQkeJCIAen pl m r SilpbtuSprfnp Alb rb A toa 1 Oatbdi 1 Hoover 1 U J7 j Al Jil t9nttlynlfl Tseltit1itlCIV II a nU Illll II Rickettu Jessie Rockdl T 0 tfrOJ 111 115rHunterm Ceutertui ToWofrndtI II avis f t PT9i St tS HighvIewiVillinnzMcCandiess i JfFred T wlI tndJ l 1t23 ifr HMrc1iM fr MabFkiIts way tI Ir1 4f MillerWillIeLea Allen 11 25jtder v iH nier 1 f t 26OakGrOVe Lonkkach 4JI 1 l2nBI townl It C owj3er 29r ML PJeasantLcoaardSaadreuh nRine Chss Crowd 3J SalemJ A Saudbach 32LeschCInrence Nfl A 33 Nr 0 8eltJ nn 1 34 Whiul gbii Jo Cice11j 7 Beech Valley DJlIuq 19 Odell SalUeJIead nJ WlUlam James 44 Iclt ryGrve BarnesIficld f45 Green Uxeylfoward- BufordA9 A n Ellis 52 Washington T Wade Stratton 53 Alexander a Stella Mills iij54NoCreek Myrtle Moreland- Chapmau55 Alex Porter J 56 rowe MIle FIelden 58 Moseley Mrs Cava usury 6x Prentl Bertha Paxton 62jGum Springs Arthur 67 Mt rDrtah John MilesI 71f Shreve Alfred Keene n72 ValtonsCreek MaggkDavidi Jo7JN704 Central Grove Louanna Ford l 77 Clark Mrs S O Keowb 1 79 Cromwell S P MclCenney- Si nchnill Ozua Shultz I Si RockpQr M D Maddox and W Petty SJ Taylorfield Chancy Moseley 8 Deanfield Mollie E Tunsfall- s I ShuUztownl no Davidson 86 Sugar Grove l3lurner Renfrow 88 Taylor Mines Robert Miller 89i Select Birch Shields 90 White Oak Lou lfooer 9t Jingo Clarence Bennett 92 Shroader t M Sadeur f 94 i Wilson Stella Sanders 96 FordsvlUe I S Mason anti S Wilson 97 Delis Run Mattye Moseley 98 Sunnydale Ella herring zoo Beds W R Carson dil J r IQ u a d fJ t 4 J j Jtc a a I J a 471 n ia1 JQ M r 51 4u J ao1t 1 Ov 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zo9nartiettrleyutee do BeaYbrDallll J tYlqn t 1 zz2iPoplnr Grove 1n WhittingJ- l LI W93 ttiiyrni OryePfirnueI1- qiLoychas c DeWeeee b i I fiir8offrnanw 1 1 1 1wauoiwoiipilii h tiaWnr C8 0 wea 9 L1sn2ber- lI lnaStoniach and Liver Tablets at 4ontrying tbern JT1 always- poduceL1pleasan in8eiqent 0 t IISOIby u1ldrugisss 13 r 8L J 2 C ST 1 fY1tIdCh1jdTLT- he KYii H ysAta9 wtr Be i W- eigniture 01 Re4iEstate oiiyou WANl A FARM prI IIrm acres near Pulo 1r- iooljjcgnIn 7 j llI100 acres foui miles l1ort11- of Hnrtforcl for l000tGood conditions nl1d1 biirgaii 135 acres four mlJcs north of IILt1 In good I comlitiouh Good building L I- Oii lVehlillg lainso 811- 1stqrolItlLlsollliieiftis f r 5po i p 8111 8 9 iA unIIJW jll ill ri I- fyouwnntitot buy or tOIlk- seo 1 tie Ho fJ ol JI i 1 uit S i 1 A3Anderop4 1 j De ler In Reali Estati H IT I l1 lit t tj u4lMlTIollI Xn i s p pSa uJ n OOOO m lllmlfftf I 1 GIVEN It I IVtUr f c 4 O r i 101 4 ior tt h 1 Pyou itkl- oisoIIbt1y Jl ck 1 yuoc ls from us rJt1m noir utitit tlio end pf tt oftl1y4r4iJIwqtltq IIirtpoteq tq gue Ltl at 1l1m hQursrthoono gUQesiiIgvtllO iiiiwiItotfitt- Cb 9XIt numboroC hours t1tcicaii i- dtq wii1burn1gets1thoiiuriu t c o w1Kachtdo11ar QjorDo1lnr wQrtiL tf ifOod8 it1iInot1thg n M touc hlft jff 1rs r thib XLbk3TlIItIiifi J oMff 1nh1 Mb t tp1j Om9 toet1f i tWhs 11 JQ for yQUF iipnc thiri- rollbrd rn hswhdj I 1 ct CARSON Otc HARTFORD 1 1B yFrpmi QL D SPINDERFURI- BoavorVJ I Dam My i 3 DAfEI1 oc ics nnllHnnfVlfuIKr 4J vestinU 1ilMlutmillg Illililom 1tomuiIbrcia 19rW 1110 1 nndr Ii II- Itl ddnScodB1Jc Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 10 SOUNDS A KEYNOTE President pords Speech Before Commercial Convention KENTUCKY MUST FOROE TO FRONT World FaIr at fit Iouh Next Year Olters tile State the OpportunIty of a Century W Show All the Vcople of the Earth What tho Really Ii During the recent State Commercial conontIon hold In Loulsyll1e ono scs- llion was devoted exclusively to tho Work being done by tho Kentucky Ex ilblt Association for adequate rcpro rentatton ot the staLQ at the Worldil Fair In St Louis Thu speech dellv ered by the President ot tho Assocla- tlon Mr A Y lord managing editor ot the Courier Journalf wa so full of eloquent facts so eloquently spoken oa Cot W O P l3recktnrldgo ex pressed it later In tho ev1nlnlr that wo have decided to give Itifo our readers In part It Is lIS tollows The lOOennt for 4 ctedlt1i15- tatlou relrttln of l4uczy at the grt WorldlI- Fotr whlth I tn mark the tnteiiazy of elM Piuvhase of the LouisaM Ttrrllor1- 111I0ls Olb to bUtb intrred anI to patrkIivfltIwflt It npienhs to btwlna Interrats Litiue JIO omtuunIty moro thiwi IContuclq iieedii to hnve itIf properly tidverllsed to the wrnkt liol tnh for the corrtOtloo of that faIe rrpnto lato wl1tth It 1iai Iteo brought by perabiteet nod knllrootlnut mlarl- prenlaUon bet txznc at tIM VCUilctlla- rMtIIUn tD tha malcrW UO3OpmCIt Of Cbe coutry It lluo14o all UDUSUAI opportunity and A prustna ieialty to tGJOMlreto to the wodll of lIIrltlll and of bumakcre the wuprtor dtlotaoos which It otTers All Rn ondonloped Slato In which litl th es- nthts ot pro1tabio development are to 1 fGaA- dIt to ipala to Mntiment bl1 the Itnt- iloktne obraetcztlo prl4e in the rlblttlWlOll ot the founders of the Corn tTholbwralth OIUJ fled tn nil the long 1ll1IA 1liloua iry nothing more lIt to Inptr4 It n Ui port which the Dice of thia State 4tiave ptayod In that mllrnlou natlonzil- I oxpawIon or whkb the LOUIa- I lana lurehMo was a pert how coWd Itoatucky forego her claIm 10- n ebllro In tM IIlorlN of a region at blMa birth Into the tnlon sbe stood rponaor created a part of this houaelaod ot lib A Y FORD President of tho Kentucky Exhibit Association en through her thatrunentnHty people- 1Iri1o7 by hot 118 bound w her by the teW1Urctt Ue ot hloo4 and Intlllt1I In nil one of the very rlcbtr uf the Jewel In hN crown of Statehood Dot pzbape It It mOre In kepiug with the IIpIrlt of an oreJ6lon like this to put Vltlm6nt to the rear and buelotee eon tlldumUon to the toro Wo hold that Ken lucky shOuld ho lit tho Louttlanll IUrchll- Jt1spo lion iiuoAuo it hoe autfeted 8t1wflble w Jury from rnatlelooe znterrpreuontatlonf- le000M It neds to bo advertised to the wozIi by aiiuetbtbg olme oollId Its nioun Cain Unuit ite bitter politic Deuee It bM been arJ1N1lua too 10118 In the general Mii formed of It and do- IIlrrOl to to taken twttoudy Wp like e joke all 118M but we dont want It rubbla- an too bard- DtitIu9t it is an undeTeIold Slala peed lug the goodwlll of inreetors ned borne seekere and bing that to ollr them that wm endure lrepay turtetigatio- n1Ittpe now Jot the time ot ttm4e for putting lItrM41tt3 right and keeping our foOIrttl rJlIM tutro tb4 buinet world while thia trtuuzdrni USo uf nwtorlal do- elopmtllt I44tjte 110011 and men are seeking Oft eer heed fur prt1ltable tleld tiT ucuelty UecoU84 throuib IlIooronre of our own 7nooroN of tndltiezeace to them through tack ot lntorpr1 in preaentllit inform lion nbont thotn to ttrmu who otk it ITO tAae UffttIe1 OIIrselfOot to bo outtttrtlped- Oh On thdwttrtal oommulllly by stnto thot- tnuld DOt wwLogo WIth tm to natural lid AjJtI I know of no ttato that Jllnndll more In neti of a pPotcet In the name ot truth than Itenluehy I koow of no Anita that has tn toOtO pertetentIy and unjuatly mol- tal1t11 than lntueky I kllow of no State thAt bu rtI supinely ndllJtl1 IInch tote vepr4wrntatlna JtlkleMlr I1nnll fresh o0- tjdou for It and tiro3etw of It opportuni fIts for plartlli iti better lido I om not an apologist for that which Ia wrong with us and there Is much In pm Itatt coodItlOIIII for which wa should fninLly take shame to ouryeIyei but the fM ps- IstlnM ot elb thtnra but emphasitee the- necco4ty Ibtt we robould bo up and doIng to the eauee or our own redomption to the lnd toot these early giorlc4 of the State of which wo tIttst eo much may not ho dimmed and derided or lt futuru hampered by VIU duty No coniniunlty more than an- Indirilual should be oTCJII1nUln to just crUldm but unehocked niltrcpresentattu long tnougb continued niahe roputatton- nd It has made for ue I rtputatton that tltut tonoc1 a bnrrhr to the prtptr tie VtJlIOfleflt Pt the State It Ia n thing to be denied tuiti rebuked with carncstnea and dignIty at every opprtunIty not olllyI- UI ft Utatter of State IITitIO but as II Runt tar of State welfare rn nil thin long roil enll of States not one Important State will bo nilnl notH- t4R that ron lay any claim to nink sa en- ontrpritug commonwealth Not ono yhoa growth to wreith and populnth4- tnItrots UO energy and jlrrI t plrlt There wIlt hn ollllnll4 the States thnt stand 104 lJo1a tr folhhlll1lDoUI for cducn- tiqtt for lenilenttIp SbtlU Xnlllclry tIIIllInl herself front puab a eompen7 and soy to tio world that we DOt only repudiate the work our fatS Your Druggist will buy It Back You assume no risk when you buy =hanber1aIns Colic Cholera and DIarrhoea Remedy Your druggist will refund your money If you are not J satisfied after jising It It la every t where admittdd to be the most suc vessful remedy In use Sot bowel corn plaints and the only one that never fails It la pleasant sale and relia t bleAII druggsts m c i YOU KNOW WHAT YOU IRE TA- Kr Wbnn you taetJrpYtaIukI1W Nq rhlllTII tie rauNo thetOrstiUta Je J printed un erer tint I tie showing that It Is 1111 hululco In- ptatttfrIS form o Cure iio Iuy te era lId In the rouSe ot national ezpstniton but that we do not care to be renedU- rnonIl the entcrprlMng States that we are- oedded to our Idol and only want the bucy worM to stand out of our sunlIght atid let us atone with our mountaIn feuds our polllical Quarrels our undlfrlop wealth That We dont wont to be die tur1 by the screech of factory wtwlll that we dont Wtlllt locolllotlfP searing our horses that we dont want factories spreading soot over the lan cpc that well keep our coal end our Iron and our lead and Jlue and lIuollr where they art for we dont want un lightly holes dUI In the ground What do wo rore If men with money to Invest pites us by for more hospitable Sin WhIIt do we want with new population It might tmpJloote the politIcal sitUation Wblll need have we for electric troctlo lines WoeOt one or two and the old vurry4ll will tlo for a while longer with anew spoke or two and an valra wrap on the shaft when the roads are not too bad Men of Kentucky that Is the verdict tt our ludlrrlrtnceto this opportunity Would both Invite and justify and Jl Is a vcrIiet that woUld belle the late and 118 people We hate a few mOlflbllclrs yet for I doubt nottherv wt teen thofl bWlbl In the Garden of 1eo We have people left Who are comfortable otily when jog glue along inthe weU worn rutA It relUlOllAble Blale pride Ie well enoUgh but II State pride that does not upreca It self In emuiUv6 dfvda i n hybrid thing mere flourish 4f14ltr9 and silly pretense gaining nolblJif but ridicule and I teor that with some of our good State prIde ha II OMllled into mere IIOlfCO- lIIfllltnc1 rUb the conviction that what ever Is Is all right and that auy itiggee- tioti of nlproelUent Is a sugeston of dli- loyIty And there is work tO be donG For Kentcly la flU undeveloped State with rich resotue and whatever tandi In the way of the dovelopnient ot those roeource whether b bo unwise laws whether It be our own ignorance or se reooulC or botblll It be Indlae nee at home anti ignomnee nd mIsconception ahooodtfluat be swept utlde- w1tz the largest known nrct of cokflig coal In the world we produce only four- tonths of on pot cent Of nil the coke pro dttcetl In this United StatS ithd thoUgh we art now rsptdly Increosit3g our product wo yet rank only ninth Sh a ooke producer he tag In thu isepect outranked even by orBS saehueetta which lute no lOlllnlf cent at till but must b1111 It all from Xoa Srotla With ly the itue goi GJCD ql West rstllf W4 l2tt6 sbaultlIr DillY DotfOUZth sa tJadJ opal 4th tlTketlla- 006lIt of MCbSULSI prt ptutii117- ony bout onhalf a rooh cool With icndLd t 0111 very doers we send It North to be loadS Info fund top and Other articles and II ltlpDed back tons With a raising country about Os tM annual riotJart of our butchering and meat packing establishments Li little uro than onoIuuth that of Indiana With vast fields ot are only just beginning to denloplbllrn and have na Jot not a tingle petroleum reflner7 In the State Wltb a large part of our State so thickly populated itt to invite the construction of Interurban traction lines we Dave only three such tlDPlllo operation with a total of Iem than 4G mll ot tnica frhiie oUr neighboring tllte of Indiana balroa4y a network of Intrnrrllon lines With tentclght OIlIntl wholly nit tonehod by steoRn ralways and otherS that are barely skirted by thorn we built iatiy- EU miles of railway from iOO to Jooo anti- in 1001 only Xl buM thoogh the tollll- OOW construction ha the South In the de code was 1ZdO mIean4 In the tnlted States 443 mIles WIth Teat dllJOKltAI of IroQ ore we bare dNJIlbec1 as a producer of rig Iron and In lOOt prodld ctly a pItIful ilO toes agaInst Alabamas moio than iOOG tons tet twentythe yeoza ago tho pig Iron production of the two Slate was About equal In Lion and steel tn4nulncturel though our sotual output has increased our rank among the States flu declIned fozn sew cAsh In 1810 In eleventh In ISSO and tblr- tccnlb In JOO though we have Improved our rank In the VII ton years having stood only sliIeth lp 1tO In spits of the natural resoureca Boll adfontaKeI that bout4 make us A grtit Jron Iud sUw4 tole- c are outranke4 b7uuet Statee as Maryland Int114M and Now Jersey wllch oon not cotoparo wiTh us In such advantages With Itt deposits ot the finest clays whooo robe Ja becoming known to iii- tzade t anti whicit wo ItO at last lCIpedall In ut1ND ttentulk brlllnnlnll to oppre elate and to develop we cliii rank no bet tsi than tourtoenth as a producer ot clay products Our improvement Is shown by the feet that we ranked onJy tWtO1of1PCOod In ttP- Otttcr hewing been all this time In Ignor floe of ttro tact that twa bAd valuable do- posits of lead olld zinc IIIId QuomAr we are just boIItlllnlnif the profitable dewolep mont ot tiiese tIOIltmaltrllll that the conhjnerti4ll world needs and will pay a good vrtoo for With all the acllltles and ntIrntoies that Invite prolllilble manufacturIng we have only within the lMt few 100t begun to multi real pro all a inanufae- turinit State In all tite eaooUaI ot abundant anti accessible raw niaterIal cheap nod loosbaueUblo foot IpIIOOI transportation facilities ncnrooU to llrett market being withIn G snort dlAlance of the ceotar of pullltton cheep and intelligent kbov tlnt Mvoruble dlmale yet rank only eighteenth as a znanufitcturthg State J die these flpta to tie spirIt of do treNton but In support ot my stctcmAnt that Kentucky Is GO undeveloped Stale I cite thea In no eplrtt of dbacoureqment but rather toP IedIto tbe splendid field In which we have tp labor end the poable- reult tb4t wait only upon eor will I cite thcn Ut no spIrit of dusloyilty to the State ITO iowa rather bcau J would see It IllJlIJe greeter baste tovrtrd that gopl of utotrlal paue10zlt7 tbt l se costly vlb1n its mcb I do not believe that I OIereltlmolo either the valuo of thts Ilaposition as a- pliuo for IIplolUor our State qr the necessity of tbul advertising It In ttta I Sm vindicated by the Judgment of withy Kentucky firms which will spend thous nods of dollars upoo uhlbltA to IdTtttllle- tboir own enterprise I urn vlndbooted also by the fact that every dwlltred natlllD on earth it preparIng to ho represented anti that Florida scum likely to be tile only one of all our own tatca and territories th4t Li pot ASTO IPtho opportunity You will otieeesottttt I ani luollni tuclt In the list ot peogrtw4vea for Kentucky zonat be theea It Is to be tho largest Worlds Vlr tot attuapted covering ChIcagoI000000 of epltol Conditions lay upon Ileutucky tilt moat urgent Inunctlon 10- IJIIIko the moot of the opportunIty here aorled to put before the world her In vltution to those nion of brain anti brawn nail eailtnl who build up the Industries of a gnitt Stats It I Rite purpote of thu Kentucky ls hill Awsnciatinn to extend that Invitation In n practical wnrto leIIIOflstrlIttt by- striking displays and by every lsCslblO- 1tIatst or Information the IODlJIIP11I1 value of ltnllltII1 rMOun and ItIt advantage JIM u mention for tOlIIlnClClol anti 11I 1J3lrlol- nttf1lrl foI W T Kane ot oallsburg Is arrnng Ing an exhibit of Angora goat fleeces fortho Kentucky display no writes that ho can furnish alfalfa grown 1200 feet above tho sea lovel SS S THE WILD ANGLERS ANIMAL FISHURS THAT ARE QUICK SURE WARY AND SHY ChIef tog them Are the Heron the lCligilher the Mink the Wa- tsr Sunlee cud the snapping TnT tIni Tiic7 Lund Their Irigc Anyone who con suppress for awhile his eagerness with the rod on a trout stream and summon patience to lie In walt and watch tim tvnys of beasts and birds said ono who had evidently been able to do 110 will die cover that ho Is not tho only fisher In those waters Chief among the other fishers arc the heron the kingfisher tho mink the wnter snake anti the snapping turtJe- An angler passing down In a brook lutont oIl his rod will rarely sco any of theso wild fishers at their work f- orLli they arc all wat anti shy peroaps with the exception ot the water snake No angler LAB ever fished between the elder skirted banks of any trout stream without dlscovcrlng otto or Inure of theso reptlleshnrmless cecpt as to their woeful nppeUto for trouttwisted uround some overhanging branch watch Ins for prey One day wbllo fishing In a Sullivan county brook I lay down In the shade Of n mOllle to eat my lunch and smoke n pipe While thuy lu quietude I saw a blue heron drop down on the edge of the brook only a rod or two away Att- er n few minutes of statuesque watch lug the long legged bird darted Its head down Into thu water withdrew it with a large trout In Its bill Dud flew away Not more than five minutes after the heron had disappeared a mink caste swimming 1111 thq brook In a 11001 nearly within WY reach the wink dived A moment later It appeared with a good halt pound trout in Its mouth This expert flher had scarcely gone Its way when a harsh voIced kingfisher alighted on a dead limb overhanging tbt brook tWenty yards froze whore I lay The bled vaa not long on the limb before down It weirt In tire water and came up with a trout I was trying to figure out what the probable drum on the trout population of the country might be from tho Inroads of these wild marauders when a water snake como gliding up the stream carrying a trout In Its mouth that was big enough to talk about Then I thought It was time for me to got to fishing again bo tore these export and persistent wild fishers had robbed me ot my chance for sportHerons like snapping turtles select the largest trout for theIr prey Thoy usuallY fish nt the toot of some deep pool lolsOO on ono long slel1der leg the heron ns linniovable as It It were carved from stone waits patiently tbq- pRsslng of some lusty trout from the rapid water below Into the pooL The wait Is seldom a long OOQ Suddenly the long neck shoots out like an arrow and the great bill Js burled for an Instant in the water The aim Is rarely at fault and when I tho birds head appears In sight again a large trout usually comes up with It The boron rises lazily from the creek trail Ing Its spindling lge and filet home with Its savory burden Late In the season when trout begin to congregate where small spring runs empty Into the stream the heron will be found fishing there no It seems to know well us Iloel the kingfisher alI the habits ot thu fish It loves so well to teed upon One heron with a free scope on a trout stream will likely toke front It a thousand trout many of them heavy with spawn during the time thl big blnl fishes which Is tromthotlme the ice leaves the creeks In the spring until It forms on them again the following winter The mink fishes aU winter long as well nil inthosumnier In fgctit4sd- uringi the icebnd period thatrit Is most destructIve to trout TIiokingfisbor Is not so certain In Us aim as the heron but ono failure never gilecotiruges this winged marauder It will resuuie1tperch on the dead limb tIn outlook It OCW8 to pretorsettle down with its wptcbman rattle cry and watch and dive until the prize is won The kingfisher Is no stickler for size itt trout but tries for the first that comes along It Is a greedy fisher or rather perhaps the family that It feeds has an lnsailablo appetite for the bird has been known to return ten times to the same place within on hour and carry away a trout every time A catch which It makes In that length of time the best of anglers nowadays would consider something to boost at- Water snakes basking by the bun dreds along every trout stream flab with so much tact and cunning that they number their prey by thousands from the time they come out of theirS hibernating places which Is as soon as the weather begins to get warm unUl the approach of winter drives them bock Into their holes There Is no knowing to bow great a degree the trout retaliate on the snakes for their warfAre but that they tio make reprlsolll is known to every angler for many a big trout when dressed Is found to have tram ono to three young water snakes In his IItom itch U Is fortunate not only for the trout but for nil kinds ot brook pond and river fishes that the snapping tur tlo Is of extremely slow growth and that Us eggs are themselves the prey or birds snakes muskrats and various predatory things for it is one of the deadliest foes to the tinny tribe Bulky and apparently clumsy DB these formidable creatures are they are so quIck Wily and active when huntJng a stream that no trout that a snapping turtle darts for ever eseapiCbIr- age Inter Ocean FIRSTTISEASONB5 SEA SHORE EXCURSION T- OAtlantic City Capo May Sea Isle City He- hoboth and OtilOl Atlitiitie Coast llosoi- tsThursday July 30 Very Low Rates Good OII reguhu OXprOSS trains with Pullman S1001OFS Oh- soivation Cars Dining Cars anti Elegant Coachcs Ret rn Limit 12 Onyis In ciiidltig Onte of Sole Stop over prlvlllge at PhIailelplila and W shlogton D C on return journey A popular vacation trlpovrr the AUt- ghenlefl thraugh historic Harpers Ferry Washlngron Baltimore nod Philadelphia oItrllllfe lIIIIIblpl elvitix list nnllofItlun- 01l1l hotels rule nail tthor jtirtleiiltrs rflll- IIIUIrulllllll ho itinuit II A II tIolIr h nililrss- lug o J nc7AitrYn p A iicIiiniti Ohio It It IIIIIISII I A Iolllovlll Ky iL i c J The Khul You have Always Bought nUll which Itus hccDIIn use for over 30 years has borne tlto d il1 Counterfeits Imltntlons lUullJustnKCol art Imt- EXllerlmcnts that trifle with and entlunger thu health of Iufimts null ClilhtrcnExperlcneo ngalnst EXlcrlmeut What isCASTORIACas- torla lit ii liarniless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops nULL Soothing Syrups Is Plenjttuit- cotitalits neither Opium Morplilno nor otLei Nnrcotlo substance Its ago Is guarantee It destroys Woruw- arni nU1I Fevciisliiiess cures Dlarrhwn and Wiuti Colic It Teething Ironblcs cures Constipation null Flntulcucy It assimilates tim Fool rcgitlate4 tho- Stomlch Botvcls giving healthy tutu natural sleep lIO Cidldreits PnuaccaTho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signaturo of I The Kind You Have In For Over 30 Years c CNTUII eoNPNV n uuSSAliptc 51W YOSS en- I i Mrssounis MILLION1 I I How It Is to Be Spent at the Worlds Fair I A MAON1FICENT STATE BUILDIN- UICentucky I Only Vanls OneTeuth as- Uuch as lice Daughter to Ad I venice a Wealth of ProductaIand ResoUrce QQlte All Missouri Is spending one million dollars upon the State exhibit at the Worlds FaIr The State Commission i well organized Is pushing the work In every department Tho State will appear at Its beat in all the great ex 7iiblt palaces of the Exposition Since Missouri Is to act lIB hostess to flU states tle Commission expects to have the finest state building Over erected I1t an oxposltlon It will cost I With its furnishing and landscaping nbout 2500OO The building la over 300 feet long and baa a magnificent site on n bill southeast ot the United States Oovernment building Work with begun on this bulldlDtl early In May The collection of exhibits has booo In progress some time Specirnensof this years crops throughout the state will be carotu1ly stored until the time for Installation Each ear of corn tor example will be Wrapped In tissue paper that It may lose none or Its valued qualities before It Is placed on display Fruits will be placed In cold Storage as the sonron progresses In order that nil varloUea may be Included In UIe xh1biL next year In the Uye Stock department the Missouri mute will take a proudneat part Among the mules will be sOOn the largest mule on earth a three yearold mare bolong1qgto Ucbtiol Murry ot lIeretotll She is 18 hands high or six feet I1t the shoulders and weighs 1703 pounds A flue dlspar of horses cattle hop and poultry Is also being provided for In this department Specimens ot the mineral products of the state arc being collected and classified Tho exhibit ot zinc will be the most extensive lIS Missouri pro duced thrlOtourths ot the worlds output of this ore The prospects tor an exhibit ot flab from the streants nnd lakes o MJa seen are excellent The pxhibD wIU- bo confined to native fishes lnd W those varieties which have demon strated their adaptAbility to tim wut era and conditions ot this latitude Fish are now beIng caught and being placed In aquariums from which thor will ho tranafend to the Stale see 1 lion of the Fisheries bUilding Schools and colleges throughout the State are preparing specimens of their work for the Educational exhibit The public school system will ho tully ex omplifled To do this successfully all the educators ot the Stato and those Interested In education are working IndustriouslY In the collecting of other branches of Mlasourl largo display thu work la being vigorously puehpd- Miosdurt Is to spend a millIon dpi mrs at tOO Fair Kentucky the pth ci ot Missouri certainly will be able to raise flOO000 tr malting a display of her products anti roeourceeII WASHINGTON AT MORRISTOWN I New Jersey Reproduces Revolution ary IIStateFords 0111 tavern at Morristown which at one time during the war of- tho RovoluUog was General Washing tons hoodquartere will be reproduced It tho Worlds Fnl St Louis as New Jersey StatO building I The historic structure which will reproduced with Mollty will cost 20I 000 New Jersey baa already nppro prlatedIOOOOO and Is arranging tor- R liberal Increase Her industrial and educational exhibits win ho II Inter eating In their way as tho old Ford jlyeFIlIl In the SatQlltrr nUll has becn Jt1tllo mulcl lila sonni supervision since fts vcrIUlow no otto to tleeeRo y011 In It 1t Its It relieves lUul Always Bought Use fbefamous mon or erly I1hS who werosheltered by the old tavern wien the colonies wore engaged tn th memorable struggle for treedom In eludes Alexander Hamilton Lafayette and Kosc1usko Israel Putnam Philip Bcbnyler and others Are you an educator It so you will wnnlJto o to the Worlds Fair next roar Why not enter tbo School Toucher Popularity Contest being contlu t d by the Kentucky Exhibit Association and got ono of the 120 free rlis that will bo given the most popular educators Full partIculars rand blank ballots sent on appllcttoq to the Secretary R E Hughes Louis yule Ky- Kontuck7 will be the only State In the Union with two coal dIsplays In the Mines and Metallurgy building Ono rwlll bo In the regular Kentucky mlnqral display and the other In the space assigned to the U S Geological Survey All other Stlltes will have their coal otlly In one place It Is a Tent concession to Kentucky coal un Tit iet uf Clotits Jq IIusIaI- larrIng thu li4iabitutits ot ttlll earik who svenr practically po clothes at aU- the vostuwe ot the average tusslan Osts the least Ten rubles or axlut 7fiO will clotho a male citizen of the czars realm while the woman coo tuttle will cost less Umn The mans costumo consists Qt coarse cotton trousers tucked Into boots of halt dressed leather a cotton shirt and n sheepskin coat A coarse Com let coetau bound around with a sash rom pletell the dress The WOmen wear a sarefan r song petticoat whIch Is teld up h1 straps ruirnint over the shoulders Q chotniso with sleeves to the elbow a kerchief over tho bead and a pair of slioee Stockings are somotlmel worn hut wore frequently the legs and feet are bound with strips of cotton or Ilnpn cloth For outdoor woor a quilted jack et or long cloak Is added Tue simplIcity and cheupuee of the dress are not duo to any lack of vanity but to the poor dreurustancee utltler which the majority of the RussIans live To Him That liath Philanthropy and businees are rather curiously relctOO In the minds of some people QS tie Jewlston Jour niti suggests by atl anecdote of a Maine farmer Ho lived at Cope Elizabeth and when be went to Portland ho In variably favored certain friend with samples ot hIs produce Iprhap It only happened so but anyway these friends were always well to do and Mr Lufkin never un hiitcltrd the old horso to drive borne without finding tucked away in the wagon somethIng In retnrp fully as valuable as his tribute or vegetables It not more so The neighbors ttqUeed that he al ways left his little remombraces With peoVIu who were well fixed So ono day when eggs were away up In price and ha was starting to town with ft lot ot fresh ones for a certain friend some one said to him curiously Why dout you give thoso eggs to some Poor tatqily7 Olin sold Mr Lut tn pasily Poor people cant afford to eat 9ggq Q t14I tithe of ycari ggg Is b- gfoiRomarkabloCuro I of Dlnrrhooa t Al out IxnlI igo fur the first time In nw hIt I had ii stirhln ands vre Alt ckIII lIl1rh cit Mrs Alice Miller ol Murgai Tex is I got teJUporrr relict hut tf caii hick ag4ln iiiitl a alit ittid lur nix Iitg yearn I have lou erClI nine till 1 ry Rd m y thin I can tell It was worlie than ilentli My htlllhtnit1lJt hut- dre4s Oftttliars fur lihysiCtaus pre script ins and tutatwent wlultniit- a al Viflaii e IItIVt t nqlt countur present home and one tlnl I happenei to etc IIn utiveitit Intuit id Chitibrrlnins Cullc ChItA and Diatrbnea Rlrned 1th II 111 monla rt R lInn lio htt IHn ctied by It The CaRe wat IIn lin1t fit III own that Iuiiluiied to try the Vitl kyTh reu1t wit wunileu I CQI1I1 hardly r caliz that I ws well I agiIn nr brllVI It could hi iiiItrha- tingsUflCledbfl I IOlg httttbt e bottle of ttudiciii coating but II few tents curtd tue lor su1e hy nil ruggMI ui rL ToCure a Coldin One Day I Tate LaXative Bromo Quinine Tablets I Seven MlDIon b esold In peat 12 months This signature h YouTak QUDiD Its 10 to I you do If you are a victim ot molllrla Don Do It Ito Dangerous Well ntlmltlt will cure malarlll hut It lelvOl tleztdly after HERBINEis purely uogetnllo nutti 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c JLLIStlI WHITES Ia I II CHEwSr 1ullatrnction flrtkIrllSlatlll 50 Years of Success This is our record From a small uegfnnIng we have grown until our tal- IOr1s now cover many acres Nahy fI pu sold forty to flfy yt4- gq ao still g1yng their tsere fatthfql- erycc an l1thlg he co- yinclngof their tIlerls and durabilJy7- PM you ever hear of pUT Qtllr zzachltq with uc a record Note It few of the ntanyupcrIQr points ot the Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine No9 1he Rotafy Hook dIsplaces the old outofdate unmechanlcal and troublev some shuttle The Frlctlonless all bearlngund per fed mechanical construction enable It to bo operated VIlh ono thlrd lesecxertion than is required by ordinary machines It kewa three yards of gooos while a shuttle machinosews two It makes the most elsstic and mos FbeavyWith our superior attachments the greatest variety ot work Is POSSible Do not make tho mistake ot buying machine until c you have glvc4 the Wheeler t Wilson No 0 a trial Wfteeler Wilson JUg Co ChIcago Ill 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