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T I tfL 1 It THE JIARTFORD REPUBLICAN r FineJob Worka Specialty OFFICIAL OBI4VDrrat PA1r II roaTncmaIohD1sTazc Sbscription 1 a yea 2 IVOL XV I HARTFORD KY FRIDAYt JULY 17 1903o52 muscletrtthink wo bave before UI the leCfet of strength la thoee magnIficent musclel ut we bavenL Starve Saudow or JethImIOOD fill strength II made from food properly digested end oMxniIted and- o man stronger than lila bec- aWle tonwh Ii die1aCI dl ImperfectDrCUrti dileuet of the atomacls and other organ3 of digestion and nutrition It utlmflaUonilhed into perfect health and ttrength ladlitaUoaHc WUlirdIrialeughI Mi boWei ol hi J914m Medical 1t tcw4ayiMttr Go1dnNdk2ItomIb7nrytmei aU rnedown rtlyandDr Pierce Common Sense Medca1 stampstotwentyone onecent tamps for the pe ttampllorDr R V Pierce Z3uffalo N y MEATS MALT HtjtAt TIIMIC ewe IIITIIUCTIV There UI sfnscthla Enr Drop A IdaKiHcw lIalloa of tJic essential ccoitkueeti of PRIME BJmlI aDi PURE OLD MALT LooaInUIc Ky Jsnwiaa Q MEAT WALT CO LooaInUIc K- 1GeaIJlnluulllh ui Meet and Malt withrItiti that U Is II sid blood Ilk It cites thi appetit and dilaueaaUtlal be digestion1Jd L D JaSTE DIN E 31 D LooaInIIle CoUtca of1banaac7 MEAT A MALT IHI LouIr111 ICJIo c 8IrtlNept rtOaTs ft9 InPItU9 LasS tMHW Sa1al- ssI A-MroIlUBIWttLos ef 11 wm nh pens iliUM r- sssNaR Irks IIQe 6 6qiitiI- gtaeahaz AHraM war UIIuIt 8MLaTLOUI8 MOo DAYIESSOOUNTY DANK TRUST OOO- WENSNORO KY Cash Capital SSOOOO- alockId AddVI LiabIlity 50000- QuarsmtFvdoCsiI1mers 300OQO- cdydopoeIta sebjeet to ekak Coats bathing to dopooK or IIOIIIuI 15 lie aas bT mIL IstiToaS tI4 Va UI d5oIt1- iI PEN CENTtorItmoataI5CetPsI t iIottrpdnd iooaIb oa uIocJWt- Jcu Sr wrt4 toe hrUIII UUnIn T L ulBUONr NOW is thetime to subscribe for The Hartford lthpublican r Mrs LaUf8 s Webbg- eePreMdctit WnmaVs Bee esno Club of1lorthe n Ohio II drsadcd the chang ot Ifs which wu last wroadllng I noticed Wine of Cvdill to try I bets I expei4enced some n1ltt the first month so kept on It for thru UtI sad nqw I menibusis with O and I shall take It oft l1l4I- On OW tiaUll haw paIM r j Female woakneeu dloderod- menp fIIqgpf the womb and ovorlan bubs not wear oft TheYfolaW WOnIttfl to thoch411 0 life DoJIOtIal buttako Wine Of Cerdul now avoid tho iron bin WIie Qf Crdu never falls to btIe t woman of R8 Wiho olCMdulrelleVed Zaire Webb wben sha wuln dan WhenyoiootneWthCChAnlO- of UU niban more tOd3OU than It does now ma iowvoId the igeriIg sbQendur d Druggltu selL Wino jNEoFCARpU L a BECKHAMS PARDONS Distributed Through the M01tt taitt Counties With Lavish Hand For Political Consideration SOME PIKE COUNTY SAMPLIS Pikevllle Ky July nTheD- reatbllt county pardons of Governor Recihain have lbeen exploded In the newspapers so much that many persons doubtless Imagine they are isolated cases when the hat Is that at mOat every county In the mouitalIl- ins been eursed by his vicious proalf- tution of the pardon lug power lIen are a few Pike county pardons grant ed wholly on political grounds At the November election 1900 ben Beckhazn and Yerkes were cnn dldates for Governor a fight occurred at the Forks of Sandy river Pike county David Justice a Deputy Sherlil trIed to keep the peace and wn shot and killed by Keen Bevla After Justice had lalten on the gtouad the evidence showed that Jell Devin- ashotjnstlce la U e back this wu ney- ei denied by Jen Bevies on theexam- Inlag trial and was proved by at letwenty witnesses Jeff Bevies did lid not take the witness stand to deI ny thlsJn lact many wltnesees for I the defense admItted It Proof also showed that Jeff Jkviaa and Keen Irevolveflthe of the trouble Mat flteren to Justice over a bank some twenty feet hIgh In the same fight Keen Bevies kill ed DIck Justice who was unarmed and also shot Jhtd JustIce In the breast while he Bud Justice wai tak lug no part In the fight and shot a second time at Bud Justice and miss lug htm hIt and killed Andy Jut1ce a bystander who wa5 taking no part la the fight and who was friendly to the Bevins family Keen Bevies was tried on one 01- the Indictments for killing DIck Jus- tlce and was given a term of seven years In the pen The jur was corn posed of even Republicans and fiveI Democrats Keen l3evlns took n appeal from this judgment but never carried the case up and wasidoned- by Gpv neckham la a short time He wie also pardoned for the murder 011 David Juatlce 1111 for the murder of Andy JustIce before he waitried- and also parioned lor Shooting and woundIng Bud Justice The evldin esbowed thit Mi Bay Ins and Ben Bevins aU aIded la the filing and neither of them waS ver tried lor these offenses When the cases were called for trial pau oas from Gov Beckbam were filed In each of them David Justlee Dick Justice and Bud JuiUce were Repub- licana and the Bevins amity weTe Democrats Andy Justice was a Democrat and he was accidentally killed bytbe shot fired at IJqd Justice The examining court held the Bcv IiBevinstartedotr the rIght ora iepubllcn I to vote DavId Juetice who was not tnvolved In the OAtroversy a pepu tt SherllTtifed to keep the peace Ue did not do any shooting paUl pt ter hIs brother DIck had beeliuhot to- death and lying UI lithe ground aid his own life was being sought by ll I the Bevutis lamlly coy Beckham gave n hIs reason for the pardons that the acted In self defense Iflt la IcltJel fen e tqgo up behind 11 dying m 11 wbols lying upon thc gro nd and fire a bullet into his back and therf kick him while dying over a high Ia1ik then Gov Beckham has a u w law for eltdefeuae that be1oread I time hadeecAped our observatioii All of the evIdence ah wed that DIck Justice was unarmed and was shot down by Keen Devhts Hiram Casebolt a Democrat was convicted In the PIke CircuIt Court and given a term ol two years for stealing 400 thdoIbacou from W B Mltchell Caaebolt took two Re publl airboy along with him to CaseboltIwas granted a pardon by Gov Beck ham but the two RepubUcan boys served out their lull time In the pen Itentlary Fraley R Forg a Democrat was IndIcted In the PIke Circuit Court for cruCityto animals by ridI nJ Judge A J AuxIers horse so hard that the horse dropped dead In the road under him Forg was pardoned by Coy Beckham lefor til l- Tltele are only samples of the Gov efDor1s pardn ror all over the- moun1n tkti of KentUcky atsd the wonder Is that there are not many more murders and asusalnattona when parlons may be hid for the askIng wIthout even the lormallty of trills The mount ln counties are often so remote horn ratiway and telegraphic communication that their court proceedfDg8 nclthel pArdon records receive little Coasldir tlonla the city newspapers and the rest of the State will not realize tile dCznora- lization that has lowed Gov BeCk hams abbftberoning power until hell breAks loose somewhere eise as It did la BreOthltt county MOTHERS LAST KISS Mrs Obrien Pays Her final VIs- It to Her Son To Be JIang- ed July 24 Lexington Ky July uThemost pathetic scene ever wItnessed lathe Fayette county jail wasthia morn Leg who Mrs R COBrien and her twelveyearold son Joseph bade their last farewell to Cll11d OBrien the doomed muderer to be hanged hereon the 24th ofthis meuth They call ed at the jlll at 73o this mornIng on their way to the train and asked Jail er Wallace to aIloiem to kIss theIr son and brother goodbye and al though the Jailer bad told them yesterday they would Bot be allowed to see the prisoner again he yielded to the mothers pleadings and had the condemned boy brought dowlietairs where he was permItted to kiss his mother and brother goodbye TO CURE A COLD tN ONE DAY Tate 1axstiv Dromo Q lolo Tablet All druggists relllOd the moDe It it ZeUI to cure E- W Uronl alpaturela on acb box IGc a For Sale A Scbolorshlp lq I3ryant and Strat- ton Business College Apply to this office DOYOUGETUPWITH BACK kidney Trobl Xake3 Tel Miserable Almost everybodyw o reach the new a- biDers Is sure to k ow of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kllmer SwampRoot the great kidney liver remeayIt cat triumph ci the nineteenth tcovered nent kIdney andblad del pwonderfully successful Iii promptlftlr1ig lame back kidney bladd rur1 acldtrou bios and BrleMs Disease which 1S the wOrst form of kidney trolblo D sampRoot Is nol ec- oltlmendedfor everythingbil9u hat kid ney IIverorbl It Will found just theJomedy u need1It baa been tested Inso many wayslr hospital work In Prlvato- pracll o am9n thsIpiqtoopoor opur- chase relief and halprovsd so successful In every case thatl apepial arrangement hn been made byvEhtcu of this paper who hAve notair4tried I mayjiavo a lbOOkteilltlemoiOabo find out If hayeki4re r Wh lwtln n thtseueroue off Inthlipper qa1I- efIc1 your Q coDinCiqton re2l1r e dLs byDr pr IM04epoo I doTl ilze3 irs ld bY 111 r cJ WHittt rememberthoBinghamtonNYoaeyeqbottlc II CONGRESSMAN J S RHEA Says There Is Enough Evidence Against Judges Redwine and ilargis and Sheriff Calla ban ofBreatblttCO To Inipotsch Each of Thom mid Scyss It Shold- be Done CincinnOti O July 9Congress man mo S RheaoRusseUvUleKy Is one promInent Dernocrafic polltl clan of Kentucky who doe not heiJl tate to express himsell on the station In Breathitt county During au In terview at the Gibeon house last night when asked what he thought should be done with Judge HargIs and SherlR Callahan pi that county he remarkedThe and most Important thing to do Is to Impeach them an then It they are guilty of anything agaInst the law give them a trial but their conduct In the Jett and White affairs should be enbiikhevI den etlmpeach them andIt should bed9n for tite sake of decency Thepeople o Kentucky ate inre- ontriaithanJettand White and the outsIde world are looking to Ken tacky for a fair trial of those men I am pf the opInion that they wifl be fairly tried atCynthIanaLouIsv1Ie Herald Valuablo Tlmo Savod Slight Injuries often disable a plan and cause several days toes of time and when lJlood poison develops sometmes result In the lose ofa hand or limb Chamberlains Pain BaJm Is an antiseptic liniment When applied to cuts bruises and burns It ciusea Ueixi ftheal quIckly and with- Out maturHon and prevents any danger of blood Polsa Foi slIby- all druggists m Not Cou tlngOn 1904 Well Informed Democrats do not couit on a party victory tn r904 Charles S Palrchlld Secretary of the Treasury under President Cleveland says I do not believe there Is the least doubt about RooStvelts dec tieR Au excellent man of business standing high socially In New York aisdIatheconntryMr Fairchild Ig- as fully abreast of pmlc1 eo d tons as any man In the United States His aSsertion wiPes off even Grover Cleveland No Democrat has lu the opinIon of the former secretary of the Treaury any chance In 1904 against Theodore Roosevelt Mr Fairchild does not seem to reject this situation ItIe even safe to presume that as a business nan he sees safety for the oourltryS commercIal standing and progress In the continuance ol Repub lican rule Any candidate with the slightest shade of Bryanlstlc Iconoclasm darkenIng his banner Is certaIn to antagonIze every safe business Interest la the nation Brayn Is sure to have a consplcnous part In next years Democratic nominations The really lead feature of a Dewocratin succ tawould be Its indicatIon of American popular InstlblUty A reIverlalofr896 19 2 is Jinposlble The election of r9 4 will see a corn plete wIpIng out of all the Saves or re- pudIation dishonor and anarchy which have for a decade passed under the Desxtocratlc name but con ceding for the znoinetitth linpossible- a Democratlo President elected la 5904 would be as easily a omplete figurehead as the American Cousitu- tion permits a presIdent to be The House will be safely Republican The Senate Is now and will be for years to come RepubiLcan The Democrat a minority In the Rouie contlau and Is likely for some tIme to contain free silver and Populletic demagogues 8Ut0 to give their party trouble Neither usefulness nor hOnor could OOder such con Utlons h1iue to a Democratic Preeident Leadtdg Dew ocrats Uke Mr Fairchild have a clear vIsion of these conditions They lookto z9o8 and not to 394 for a te turn of party health Populism Is a local dIsease whIch affects every joint In the party It will take more than a year to shake off Its paral zing tf- fectsLouIavIlle Her l ROpulolvo Features Blackhead ptmpes greasy races and muddy compltxiunp vbich are so coinmOO among women Capecially guts at a certain age destroying beauty dkfiguring and maltlltg re putsive features which would other wlseapptaraUractte and rethied in- clicate that the liver Is out of order An occasional dose olHeiblne will cleanie the bowels regulate the liver and toCiotahllsb8 clear healthy coin plexloO Soc atJhiWitlianir in- To Kisses and One Dollar On the Kronprlna WJl elm one moonlight May night a young man allda guI were discovered waking love The news of this discovery was spread among the passengeas and- mapy I a joke was cracked J11it Sena torN B S ott ol West VirgInia aId intheezn king room IbCre1Inothhig to laugh at here Innocent lovemaking Is nat ralln the = = tiJ I J young This fact was well brought out y au adventure that happened to a friend of mIne years ago In the VirgInIaT lecam ta lonely cabin and being thiratyie knocked at the door for a drink Thedrink washanded to him by a girl so charmIng that with a swife he saId Would you be angry II I should ofleryon a dollar for R kisi- t No sir the girl answtred with a little blush So my friend took the kiss andL tie he gavibe iaden the doll She ralanc d It In her baud a m- aLt Shehi1tted her pretty brows jnpcrplxity a What she asked shall I do with all this money I Why anythIn you please my dear said my Iriend- I Then she murmured I think Ill gIve It back to you and take another kiss Cholera Infantum ThIs has long been regarded as one ofthe most dangerous and fatal die easel which Infants are subject It can betired however when properly treated All that Is necessary Is to give Chaniberlalne l1c Chol and Dl rrhoea Remedy and castor raI as directed with each bottle and a cUre Is certain For sale by aU drug gIstsmGOY Beckhams Feeble Retort Coy Beckhsin admits everything awl retorts youre another The Boy Governor was not very happy however when he compared Breathitt county under his admlnls tratlon to Clay county under Gov BradleyClay county was the seat ofa genus line mountain feud white Brertbitt countys troubles are not of a feudal character but are the result of a lot of outlaws seizIng the court house and cthsnty government and dealing out death Sentence to troublesome business and political oppotients The Circuit lullge of Clay county was too timid to hold court but he was not universally ricognized as an ally Oithe leaders of lawless bands and a partner In theIr politicaland business undertakIngs When allaire reached au acute stage Gov Bradleysent a special judge a man1co eD rage and hIgh character and a company of soldIers to clay county to hold court and give the feud- Ists an object les and hIs vigorous handling of au ugly situation restored order drove the leadIng outlaws Into exile and made the county One of the most peaceful In the state When Breathitt countys troubles reached the poInt that that her Clr cult Judge feared to hold court Gov Beckham played peanut politics by appoInting a partisan spcial judge In the person of the chairman of the Domocratic State Committee to try a- case In whIch another member of the same commlttlee and a kinsman ap peared M the duel prosecutor j From the hour thtt fleckham choose MIle youny to try Tom Cockrell for the killing of Ben HargIs In a drunken quarrel In a bUqd tiger alter Judge Redwine had aunounced that JiJe Seared personal violence he idea tlfie1 his political mrochlne wIth liars In brealhltt county and became responsible for the raturnalia of blood that lollowed the Intrenchiug of outlaws In the very temple of Justice Coy Beckham has made a grievous political blunder by Inviting a comparison between hIs pnsIllanmqna course in Breathitt county and the heroic measures by whIch Gov Brad Icy put an end to feudal lawlessness In clay countyLoulsvllle Herald p The Boss Worm Modlclno H P Kumpe DruggIst Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and nQthfagoaltsbottle of Wbltes Cream Vermllug and It brought up 119 worms from the thUd Its the bosS worm med- lcne In the world Whites Cream Vermifuge Is also the chlldens ton iciIt iinprovea their digestion and aMlmi3atlon of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and 1 tJclty of spIrits natural to childhood 25C at J H Williams m 1 A Missouri editor 10 a fit of des perailon dashed ofT the followluigt The wInd bloweth the water flow eth the farmer sowetht the subsrrlb- er oweth and the Lord kuoweth that we are In need fOur dues So come aiunuln ere we go agunnlnl This thIi oC dunnln gIves us the blues The Perfect Lfv r Medicine Mrs M A Jolicy Noble 0 T writes I have used Herbloe for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend It as the most perfect liver medicine and the greatest blood puiifier It ta a medicIne of positive iOerit and lully accomplishes all that Is lalmed for It Malaria cannot lInda lodgment In the system while the liver Is In perfect prder loroue of Its 1t1Dctlonsla to prevent the absorp lion of fever producing poIsons lI rbluels a most fficlent liver rtgu- lator 5CatJlJ Williams m Ie DEMOCRATIC PRAYER Once more 0 Satan It Is our de lIgbtlul privilege to prostrate our selves before thee In Rn attitude of de- votlou We wish to thank thee lor the demonstration of thy satanic spit It which has been busily working In our hOarta from the earliest or our ex istendown to the present time Dy thy help we have been enabled to pleal many vot lT and get many offices wl1l h we wnuld not have gotten It thou hadst not been with 41S0 JatherStattunh u hast been l5l- ul good to us Democrits and we dont know how to thank thee as much as we want to Thou dost love us as much when we are out of office as when we are In cllice and thou glvelt us the gall and the Impudence to oppose the Republicans in what ever they undertake to do Thou ad vlsestus to tell lies on them and slander their administration Thou furniahest the lies and we teflestem- to the best of our ability but its awful hard sometimes to make the ot ers see It like we tell It Theyve got a lash Ion of looking bade over the past and remembering the whoppers we used tr tell That Is one of the biggest obatac1ts we have to contend with 0 Father Satan If thou couldst only devise some plan by which mens memories could be taken away from them we would never have any more trouble We cant Gee for our lives what good a memory Is anyhow If we had been entrusted wIth the job of making man we would have made him without a memory and like as not wed have made hIm without several other things which hea got such as conscience common sense lulgement and other troublesome qualitIes But Master thou knowest that we were not consulted about the makIng of man and therefore he Is not made to cones pond with our view of politics lie hasgot a great thnny hAbits which we dont Ukehablts th4t ir very troublesome to us in our fflrts to lIet the officesand the chief of these Is the habit of remembering things O Satan It looks like we will never b able to break hIm of thiitenrlble habt He just will remember 1J at Soup Irouse AdmInistration Inlplte of all we can door say and thou knowest as welt as we do that he will never vote the Democratic ticket to do any good as long as he remembers that soup Now 0 mighty and adorable Lucifer we want to make a special appeal to thee In regard to this mat ter We do mightily buee h thee to dig down deep Into thy reserve fund of plots and whines and seel thou ranst not find somethIng that will cure thIs memory trouble We have to some exteu t neutralliet the efict- cifit In the South by means of our election laws and billotbox thieves but when WC run up against a nation al Campaign our SouthernAntlMem ory Specific dont cut any Ice harlly Them Northern felloa simply wont swallow our medicine and we dont know what In the name of creation to do about It The time for another Presidential campaign will soon be upon us and It Is goIng to find us wIth no patty organization no pint form and no candIdate We could not possibly find enough Democrats who would agree on any one thing to nomInate a township dogwhipper much teas a candidate for PresIdent Thou kuowest 0 Satan how badly we are dIvided against ourselves and how utterly hopeless our case Isun less we can get together Thou kuowest also that Bryanism arid Clevelandlsw are at swords points with each other and If they come to getherat aU itwilIbein ndcathduel Every istnwe have Is mill at every other lens webve and the chance of- a reconcilliation Is as p11w as blue racer Iq December But that II only a part of our troubles 0 Satan We have others When we look across the fence into the Republican camp we see everything harmonouaIy blended together and worI Jng like a- Wattham watch o dIsord there No clamoring ovir latforms and candidates 0 MastCr Lucifer lt seems tbd li their politIcal questions- are seUadjutlng o hc wedo wIsh we adthat sort of qucationsl When we behold the harmony in the enemys camp anti tile Iiaeptd lii outs own we get wad enough to i bite ourj Selves If that would do any good Now 0 Satan we leave our case in thy bands We dont know wha- telsetoaalt Our fou1s are getting too fun for utterance They 0e blubbering over with devotion to thee like a kettle 01 lie soap at hogkllling time We beseech thee 0 Master lorauother letter of consolation and advIce If thou hast any new schemes down tltere t at would be helpful to- uiuodr dlstrels w Implore thee to- seOd them along ipeedily or ft w everneeded thy help la our lives we fleed KnoW We will act upoqhate- ver stigestion thou glveat1an will not tet tb letter get ttr Yellow Jacket Hear us In these oust supplication 0 Lucifer and bless us according to the needs of our Democ racy Amen Meet Love and Wed In 5 hours Utica N Y July nWaller liar old Tierney a traveling salesman and Marie louIse Bellinger of Mohawk were marrIed after about five hours acquaintance and are In Mohawk seeking forgiveness of the brides par entsMr Tierney travels for a New York firm and lives at No 326 Len01Cftv cane New York lie Is 28 yearn of age Oii Tuesday he was In the post office when In trIpped two young IIn1 attractive women One was Mbait Benrngr Nw Yorker rOlltln11y fell In love with the Mohawk girl and when the young Women left the postoffice the New Yorker followed Shortly after he met Miss Bellinger- In Geneese street anda convenient friend introduced Tierney to the young woman She had been attend Ing the Utica celle of commerce but upon Tlerrieys Invitation she cut her school dutlesand attended a mat- bee lit the Majestic Then they wenttO tHe residence of1vS W Brown a8tor of the SouthMiilhodiat Episcopal church WherO they were mArried MIss Dellinger isa daughter of Graham Bellinger formerly a hotel pro pleter at Mohawk and now engaged In business there She Is a handsome brunette and Is abaut x8 years of age Perry Heath was In the postomce Department before Roosevelt was elected VicePresident and Judge Ty ncr was placed at the head of the Postoflice Department hy Grant But the New York World Is blaming Roosevelt for what they bac done We will gIve the Vorld otheI8coop lust The Star Route Scandall Yellow Jacket r pleuel everybody evetr way w LHiiI- tI r M YOtoo at homo ud Ute It liD R 8JVXDUI Wll HOSPITAL SECRETS A Nurso Says I Poruna It s TonIc of EfficIency MRS KATE TAYLOB- Mrs Kate graiuatadf- lurseso promises live hercx patience with Peruna Ia an open Idler IeI position In society lsd proFessIonal standing cowbia to give peclal pivwiacacc tq liar fIt tetlUlC IenIOAGO ILLm Monroe BtII As tar as I hayo observed Peruna 118 the finest tonic 0y man or woman can use who 18 Wear trow the alter effects of anysorlona tUnes s I have seen It wed Ina number of convalescent cases and have seen several other tonics wed but I found that those who wed Poruna had the quickest relief I Peruna Seems to restore vitality Increase bodily vlZOlaoll renew beaW abcit1tlllJeAfRSIn view ot the groat multitude of women sufferIng from lame form ot to male dlseaso and yet unable to find any cure Dr nartman tho renowned 8pe- clalist on female catarrhal diseaSel has announced his willingness to direst the treatment ot as many CasH pa mike application to him durlDg the summer months withoutchargo Address The rruna Modlclno Co ColumbuOhio Jim and wife Had JVibesII Tie but a saucer and a spoon To waeha task not Ilrlm In Dg1t And ISssay r l j rFORCE IITIM e II 10000 to b Given AwtTo tim rendors of the LOU ISVILLE HERALD and ssingHow ManyVoles Will the Next Governor Receive 239 Grand PremIums I Ono Premium fOOOj one Premium a 2600 liotiso and lot Olio Promium 650 Oldsmobile and 236 other grand tiso smallest of which is n 6 OO gold piece The nenrestgucss wins first promiurn of 400000 Every old subscrihor who pays up nrrears to FILE RE- JUBLIOAN and 125 in advanco or en li now subscriber who pays that nmountgQtstho Louisville Weekly Herald I nnti Republican ono year and will bo otititled to ono J gucss for the 4000 promhlmj or thoso who pay UJO in nd vance got tho Louisvill Daily Herald six days in n week fOr sixniont1is Republican ono year and vilLb ntitlcd to three guisses Subscribo anti guessdo- it floWo GNESNG BIiANIC w EJat4i S 1 Nanl jJ f e Tt 1ostoflic o to i5 11 t 9tato EncJoSl tind to apply on subscription to the LOUISVILLE llERAID mid the REPUBIJEJAN I I guess that the winior of the rucotho rioxtjoohior will receive a total vote of r 4 s 4 r e Ij H t 4 1 I p1 f 4 a t JtI RtpubI1calsJ 11 7 oa1 1 W s r 1 jI J ONE HUNDREb AND ThETYSIX 4 j THOUSAND DOLLARS Is Considerable Money still this does not Represent by a Good Deal the Enormous Amount of FARMING IMPLEMENTS BUGGIES SEEDS ElfCrWe have Sold and Handled irv the Last 6 Months We meantogo to Two Hundred Thousand by Jnuaay 1 i9O4 And for the next Sixty days we will devote our attention largely to BUGGIES AND F I4JT4I 4E 1 T For that Time We will Sell for Cash or Cood Notes 2 34 Farm Wagons Complete with gear Brakes 4500 and up LEATHER QUARTER BUGGIES 3900 AND UP Driving Wagons X3404 and up t Surreys Complete With Pole 5000 and up Weare now on our third car load of BUGGIES and more coming Give us a look and our line of VEHICLES and prices will do the rest Yours for More mousiness r 7- rLUl 7rT JSI14I- E t = tLP SLargest line SheSf and Builders Hardware in Ohio County at our StorES I nun Hartford Republican toned Ifthe Uartlotc 1ablUhlwj Conpanjr n cuPOal C- DTLLLFII027LD Curriborland 31 7 ouchFRIDAY JULY 17 REPUBLICAN TICKET lion BEPRESEMTATIVE DR A D PARK Rockport Ky ron CIRCUIT court CLERK E O BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky APOLOGY TbreQ months ago no emergency arose and 1 dropped into the editorial sanctum of TilE HARTFORD RErun LICAN Today my brief reign ends and I voluntarily hand over the scepter to Mr 0 E Smith a young man whom I know to be worthy in every respect of the confidence and esteem of the patrons of the paper and the public in general During my connection with tho pa per I was bhowu the highest consider alien and esteem by thou with whom I came in contact and I moat grate fully acknowledge these courtesies I have endeavored to be plain and straightforward in speaking of public affaire and for what I may have said I have no apology but if I have said anything in a personal way to hurt or mar the finest sensibilities of any one it was not my intention and I am sincerely and profoundly sorry And uow with a sigh but half regretful I leave both the trivial af fairs and the deeper problems of life to my successor chcerishing tho hope ilmi Iall never iijiain have occa 11111 in iuviilH tht n aliH of journal im Mnimrly 1 l IkiVJINR IAHK litrnnH llunueut our rEVERY failure to enforce the law ie necessarily a step towards mob law and barbarism- tiVANTtnSame one to make the race for Representative Ohio Coun ty Democratic Party- WIrI1DRAWAIS from the race in Democratic circles are now in order Who will be the next THE Republioan lovefeasts all over the county Saturday were only pretenders to the big banquet held hero Monday AJJ enthusiastic throng of machine Mugmumpa and Democratic pie hunters of the realm assembled at the Young powwow at Frankfort Monday A enoE factory in Rockland Mss sachusetts has just made to order for one of its customers a pair of number seventeen shoes They measured sixteen inches in length and BO far are record breakers IT is now up to the Democratic party to draught some ono into line to make the race for Representative Mr Wilson saw that ho was up against tho real thing hence he withdraws and offers as his excuse in substance I have a good job and dont want to lose it without at least a show for another TUB recent conventions in Ohio county show the Republicans to be remarkably harmonious and enthusi astic With such splendid young men for standardbearers us Dr A D Park Ed Barrass and A S Ben nett victory is assured Never did a Republican ticket enter the cam paign in Ohio county with more ab solute certainty of victory Bowaro of Ointments for Catarrh thatContaln Morcury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Hails Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mer cury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get genuine It lA taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney fi Co Testimonials tree Sold by Druggists Price 750 per bottle Halls Family Pills are the beet b is rp on iA B ritb- Bgaitu 01- I Tilt lied Yon Hilt Than eottbl eNotice All parties Indebted to the firm of R E Childs Sons Roalne Ky are quested to see me and settle samo tither by payment of cash or secured note at once and save trouble and cost I have only a limited time in which to settle up this business and it is necessary that you attend to It at once Very truly R L BOYD D S Horse Branch Ky BRIEF NOTES On her examining trial at Clncln nati on the charge of poisoning her child Mrs Anna Oppenheimer of Russellvllle was held to hi grand jury without ball The Democratic State Central Com tnlttce In session at Frankfort em phatlcally repudiated the course of Chairman Allle Young by adopting over his opposition and In spite of his arbitrary rulings resolution ap proving and confirming the regular Democratic Committee In Jefferson county as against the Whalles com mittee which Chairman Young attempted to put in power The same resolution approved the Hedger com milted in Lexington where also Chairman Youngs interference with home rule bad produced contusion A campaign committee nomintcd by the Democratic candidates for State offices was appointed with S W linger as Chairman An Ambitious Teacher An ambitious teacher can secure a firstclaaa County Certificate State Certificate or State Diploma by attend ing the Southern Normal School Bowling Green Kentucky This school makes a specialty of training teachers For Catalog and full Infor mation write H H Cherry General Manager Bowling Green Kentucky SMALLHOUS KY JulYI4Mr A M Hunt who hay been absent for sometime past in Evansville was the guest of his par eats Mr and Mrs HD Hunt Saturday and Sunday Mrs Alfred Pierce and children who have been visiting relatives here returned tothelr home at Pocey Ind SundayMr Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo spent Sunday with Mrs Woods sis ter Miss Maggie Hunter Mrs Dutch honk Utica Ky is the guest ol her Bister Mrs Zack ReidMr Lee B Overhnls was the guest of his aunt Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo SaturdayMr R Ross had the mlslottune to lose a good horse last week It ran oft with a plow nd was so badly mutilated there was no chance for re covert and It had to be killed Mr Evan Hunt who hns been clerking in the storepf his uncle H D Hunt has returned to his home at RochesterMr Mrs Sam Bilbro Center town are at the bedside of Mrs nil broa lather Mr Tom Harris who is dangerously ill ot heart trouble The little child ol Mr and Mrs Allen was buried at Equality Saturday morningMr Mrs David Luck and Miss Eunice Bishop Matanzss were tbeI guest of their sIsterMrs Joe Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs R H Everly left Sat nrday for a visit to relatives in Me Lean conrty Mr and Mrs Balls wore In tUf midst Saturday BEDA KY Rev Crowe Hartford preach at the- M E Church Sunday Mr R P Bennett and family mallhous visited Mr Fielden Bennett and family Saturday and Sun bayMlu Vivian Bennett visited her sister Mrs Commodore Ashley near Hartford Tuesday night Messrs V G Stewart and Robert Webb went to Hartford Monday Mr and Mrs Azro Rowan attended the picnic at lienIII Saturday Mr Walter Parks Hartford attended services here Sunday Quite a number were In attendance at the convetlon Saturday Miss Grace Hudson Hartford Is visiting Miss Ina Ward Mr Tooley and wife Centre town visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday aRIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 6 rent packet It enough for luual otuuloni The family battle CO cental rontolDi nnopplj for n year All drnggtoti Mil tbem A 5000Suit01 Furnifflrc GIVENAWAYIf person buy your goods from us from now until the end ol tho oar and get a guess at the length of time tho CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact number of hours or the one guessing tho nearest to the ox ict number of hours the can He will burn gets tho Furni ture Each dollar spent gots Ono Dollars worth of goods hIda guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may bo the lucky party This is open to all cash tjufitomors Como to see us and get more for your money than you are of1 red elsewh- ereCARSON CO HARTFORD KY CENTERTOWNKY j Infant child of Mr H B Ashby Is very sick Mr T H Benton Louisville is visiting his family here i Mr A D Woodward ofMaicdtne Mo la spending the summer with his mother Mrs M E Woodward at I this place Mr V P Barnes and wife Point Pleasant visited Mrs Nanle James here last week j Mr Richard Jainca has moved from his farm on Rough river to our town I Mr T F Balls lost his saw and grist mill located at this place by fire Tuesday night No Insurance Miss Emma Morton is visiting her uncle Mr Martin Rowe of Bowling Green Mra Robert Caldwell Louisville is visiting her brother Capt H H Davis of this town Mr Willie Woodward Beaver Dam is visiting here Mr E M Motion Is having a nice residence erected on Main Steel Mr Tom Her Is having a beautiful house erected on College Avenue No man or woman tnthe tate will hesitate to speak well ol Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets af ter once trying them They always produce a pleasant movement ol the trowels improve the appetite und strengthen the digestion Pot sale by all druggists m RealEstattDO I have some land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north i of Hartford for 80 In good buildingOuo storehouse in Prentis for 500 a good location and a good bargainIf want to buy or soIl seo me S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have beer the Standard Family PillI Small doses cure AUJU II lent rout laoiuucb n bura U jUm brown or rlfti black Th noe I BUCKINGHAMS DYE whiskers I I4a w w I tb ill e4rW nORTON KY The protracted meeting at Bethel church was discontinued Sunday A small crowd went horn hereto the picnic at Rosine Saturday Quite a crowd attended the dance at Cooks ball Saturday night- J T Miles went to Hartford Prl day on business Ed Austin Is shipping a large lot- ot timber to Louisville Vayn Thompson Crowley La Is visiting here Crops are looking well The Hicoty and Manda ball teams will cross bats at High Hill Park next Sunday Mr Will Homes la having n large barn erected FarmtiH are much rejoiced over reo- cent rainti For a lazy liver try Cbnraberlalue Stomach and Liver Tablets They Invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bll lour attacks For sale by all drug gille m Enter School The Southern Normal School and fowling Green Business College solicit patronages on basis of merit this Institution resets to no question able methods to secure patronage Any one interested in taking lither a Norm l ur ru ltesa Course should write toy a Handsome Catalog sad II ustruttd Journal stating Course desired Address H H Cherry General Manager Bowling Green Kentucky I It Diunt scars Filki to be told the hxgA about Lion CoffeeT- he scarecrow coffees ire UJOM factoryeggs neIutrNJDell I n di n E P1 BARNES ft BRO g tt n t FAMOUSI j 1 HighClass g 4 Jj 4R Staver Buggies i Ci These Vehicles strand alone in this market as to S quality workmanship and material We have beon J 43 distributors of Buggies for quite a number of yeais t1 S and our oxperioneo is certainly Worth a great deal 44 when it comes to selecting tho Vehicles that nro best PJt 4t4 adapted to the needs and wants of this truth Wo ij 49 can sell you Buggies at 1500 5000 0000 05 and 9000 Everyone are big values for tho trade t 4i We invite a close inspection of this lino und wo 8 fj41 know that a look from a man who needs a Buggy tt JH 4will result in a sale tI8 Buggy Harness t1 4 We are showing nn attractive lino of this goods at it very moderate prices Elegant set of HllnlcH and Collar Harness at 850 A Sm lo strap 8t1 g 6an I g Sot for 1250 g i i Buggy Whips aid LapRobeS G 44Whips from lOc to 75c each Lap Rubes from = t4 50c to 100 each N C1Wagona I K = K Wanro tho solo distributors of OLD IIICKOR I 1 t4 and TENNESSEE WAGONS for thii oxpan14 than any otlior firstclass Vagonconslqulntly we g i Ii can hive you the best Wagon soldtfrlc8I mono Cl than you would have to pn t iiary Wagons We14 carry all sizes In stock with both low and high s f Ci wheels Como to Beaver Dam whore you can got fc fi your moneys worth in anything you have to buy i 14 p b i LPuk E a- e NN Beaver Dam KentucKr E r r j 0 l 1- t rT J y y rt t I l ++ U+++++++++++++ +++ ++H tot +++++++= If FAIRS E4 JcuTPRICESj j deIseasonable must bo closed out this month as early in August our fall stock will begin to come in These cut prices moan much to you as what you save on one purchase will help you make anothert Cut Prices In Wash Goods Scotch Lawns worth 5c40Pol-ka Dot Organdies worth 7ic 6c Sheor Fancy Organdies worth 12Icl0eFine Figured Dimities worth 1501210Fancy White Goods worth 160100Bl- ack Luwns worth 15cl00Cut Prices in Millinery never carry Millinery from one season to anoth IWo make tho prices tho people do the rest 1i Hats to close for260Hats to close for 150 r Twodollar Hats to close for 125 Qnedollnrandnlmlf Huts to closo for 100 All beautifully and tastefully trimmed Cut Prices in Slippers IViesnioyors Patent Vici Oxfords reg ular price 260200Entire line of Strap Kid Oxfords regular price 225 175 Misses White and mack Kid Slippers regular prico 150 100 Mens Low Cut Oxfords regular price 150 125 Mens Fine Vici Low Cuts regular prico 250 200 4 I Besides these special prices we are offering big tractions through our entire house Visit us July and wo will convince you that by paying cash ntIwill save you 25 pur cent on all purchases The Bargain 4 Center Is j Jjt +t Some Hot 9 July Prices Best Factory 5c Best Calico 5c Good Bleach Mens Black Clay Worsted Suits 260 sizes 35 to 42 Youths Clay Worsted Suits OBizea 14 to 19- rBOY3 Suits all wool nicely made 150 Mens and Youths Pants at vorylow prices Nice Shoes HamiltonBrown 125 Wo carry general lino of Clothing DryGoods Shoes Hats Carpets Matting Trunks and Telescopes Como around Wo will save you money Highest market prices i pant for Feathers1 Ginseng und Yellowroot Yours for trade Sam Bach Hartford Republican t f FRIDAY JULY 1- 7WW TI Wheeler Wilson Mason Fruit Jars at Carson BIOS Reed Daviees Co Bk Tr Cu od Hot and cold lunches nt City Res tauraut Everything good to eat at City Res taurant Qrpas Williams will sell you a sew- Ing I Machine from 5 up See him Ice Cream Soda Water Lemonade and CocoCola at City Restaurant fCarson lie Co have the house the gyods and their prices suit the trade I oit I CONTINUE I Those wvhp Balnlntr and by regular treat c mont with i Scotts Emulsion should continue the treatment I In hot weather ematler aoiny and a little cool milk with It will N do with obJeotlon ttyprodtiotedurlnB bason Send fur tnt mpw SCOTT It owtE CIekI- 4094J Pearl Street Ntw Verk u4O I aUdsviiiMi c ++++ tt + i 5c a flesh I Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine AgtIat City Restaurant The Hartford Carding machine win commence carding on the isthoi July Bring on your wool at For all kinds of Sewing Mcbiue repairs needles ect call on Gross Wil llama Try a Wheeler Wilson No 9 and be convinced GROSS WILUAMS Agt Mr Jim Lowe who lives noith of town caught a catt fiab Iitweek that weighed twenty five pmads We want your Meat LardQfck tfHthavee Ice Cream Ices Phosphates Coco Cola and Dr Pepper and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store We are clalng out our 250 tllk Ginghams at i8c Now Is the time and this is the place to buy- CARSON Co Anyone wanting a good allabound buggy will do well to call oa Barnatd Her Hartford Ky For briber Information call at Barnards stable ofIlera saddle shop 4- 915liiiiii Belknap Leading The Louisville Convention organ- Ized by election MaJ W C Owen Chlrrnnn and was addressed by form er Governor W 0 Bradley and Hon John W Yerkes Brndleye npecch may wake him the nominee unless Col Belknap c0n be nominated on the first ballot S aDr D W Klnjr Osteopath laW G ilardwlckn Call II needing treatment Consultation and Exami nation free 4itf Subscribe for Tim RKPOIIUCAK and The Louisville Weekly Herald and get a guess at a slice of the 10000 given away In prizes Carson Co still have a few bun dies of remnants Come la and get one or mote before they are gone CARSON Co Give us your orders for Ladles Tailormade Skirts See our line of samplesECONOMY Day GOODS STORE You can not aflord to mlsa the opportunity of having a chance to get a slice of the f10000 given away See our proposition in another column Dont Buy a new sewing machine till you have seen the Wheeler Wil son No9 Ita fine as silk GROSS WILLIAMS Agent A nice line of Laces Lace Yoking and Trimmings for thin dress goods Dont fall toee them Weallo have a nice line of Clnny Licesn- coNOMY Day GOODS STORE I have purchased the grocery bud ness ofJC Her and am prepared to furnish you with Staple and Fancy Groceries Confectioneries Fruits Etc I am also agent for the famous Richmond Steam LaundryD Remember that we are to have nothing to do with deciding the I guessing contest Judge Miller has the key to the ballot box that con talus the guesses and he with other disinterested lwho may be named will decide who is the lucky one alter the candle has burned CARSON lCo Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United states for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division- In the matter ol John R Phlpps Co Bankrupts In Bankruptcy- To the creditors of John R Pblpps B B Collins of Hartford in the County of Ohio and District aforesaid bankrupts Notice Is hereby given that on the I7tb day of June A D 1903 the said Phlpps Collins were duly ad judicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will be heldat the law office of Glenn lit Rlngo In Hartford Kentucky on the 22nd day of July A D 1903 aL ro A M at which time the said creditors may at tend prove their claims appoint e trustee examine the Bankrupt and transnct such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy July 10 1903 Notice The Ohio County Baptist Ministers meeting Bud S S Convention will convene the 5th Sunday and Satur day preceding la August 1933 Any church wsntloglt to meet with them at that time wfu please notify the committee on arrangements at once at Matanzaa Ky L W TICHENOR IP DRAKE E D MADDOX Coin I A Recognized School The very large attendance which the Southern Normal School and Bow ling Green Business College is receiv- Ing Is only a just recognition of the very high grade Educational work which this Institution Is giving Catalog and full Information sent on request Mention Course wanted Ad dress U H Cherry General Manager Bowlng Green Kentncgy ROCKPORT KY Mti Jake Tichenor Evanivllle is Visiting here Mrs John Mtilr Central City Is visiting her mqther Mrs Sarah Hun leyof near town Mr and Mrs Dan Taylor Dyers burg Teun are the guests of relatives here Notice in Bankruptcy Id the District Court of the United State for the Western District of Kentucky Owenaboro Dlsvlslon In the matter of Sammel M James Bankrupt In Bankruptcy To the creditors oi Sammel M James of Se lect In the County of Ohio and DIs dct alor6 ftldr bankrupt lHotlce la htfcby gives that lithe S day ol June AJD 1903 the said drbnkruptiiuset wLIJ be heldit the Uw ofice ot rieavJ riasd Wood IHIUfd tl1ekFuatke aznoday of July AD I9ql3nt 9 A M at which time the salil cicdUova may attend prove their cla msJppolnta trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such oth er buane5e as way properly come be forlrSAtaaietttlng J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy July to 1903 to YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INO When you take OroveTaL lem Chill Tonlo be cfto the rormi lA I plainly printed oir hot tl nhowInK that It U lmrl1 Iron And Quinine In ta4tIe orm oCnl1oray jtc IREPU UCANS SANGUINE Assemble in Mass Convention Large and Enthus iastic Crowd Instruct for Belknap for Govern tor and S A Anderson for Clerk of Court of Appeals ALL smUt PLUASHD WITH RHSULT The Republicans of Ohio county In Mass Convention assembled at the Court House In Hartford on the nth day of July 1903 The body was called to order by Nicholas Bsrrass and the Convention proceeded to elect a permanent Chairman On motion and second M L Heavrin was without opposition chosen as permanent Chairman of the Convention He In a few welt chos en words accepted said trust and ex pressed his thankfulness isr the hon ors The next In order was the selection of a Secretary and on motion and second C E Smith was chosen for that position The Chairman then by order othe Convention appointed the following named gentlemen Committee on Resolutions M S Ragland C R Campbell H L Taylor W T Browu S T Stevens and Wm Brown Thereupon they retired to de liberate and draught a series of reno Intlona for the consideration of the Convention during which time tbeI Convention was entertained by en thusiastic addresses by J S R Wedding and C M Barnett They said that not only were all the Republicans of Kentucky going to support the nominees of the Louisville Conven tion to be held July 15 but that all true Kentncklans with a spirit of freedom justice and fair dealing burning In their breast are expected to vote with us and for the nominees of that ConventionCAt the close of the remarks bytthese gentlemen the Committee Resolutions came forward with the following resotutloUIIIWe your Committee on Resolu tlonsdealre to aubmltthe following Resolved 1 That we approve the call of this Convention and State Convention t to be held at Louisville on July 151931to nominate candidates for the various State offices 11 ThAt we endorse the wise and patriotic flditinlstratlon of the public aifalrs by Theodore Roosevelt under whf h the cuntryhaa enjoyed such pbenomlnol prosperity III We condemn the weak and unstable administration of State affairs by J C W Beckham and look with horror aud indignation on his longI list of pardons granted to noted criuiIbasis lor political Teasona suIting the reign of lawlessness In Breathltt county IV That the delegates hereinafter pained be Instructed to cast the vote of Ohio county for Col Morris B Belknap for Governor and Sam A Anderson for Clerk of the Court of AppealsV the following named per sons be and they are hereby elected delegates viz Nicholas Barrasa R R Wedding S L Stevens CaptA B Stanley M S Ragland A D Park M I Heavrin Leslie Myers IS T Stevena Iris Render J S R Wedding S M Phillips C E Smith John Hudson R R Riley W S Gaines R B Martin J Thomas a Allen C M Barnett Baker Rhoades Hiram L Taylor Or A F Stanley Wilbur Tinsley Sam L Stevens AS Bennett J M DeWeeee Sherman Park SA Anderson Clarence Keown Jack Smith John G Keown J J Tltford and C C Baird And the following named persons ore electea alternates CalP Keown Amos Carson Wm Brown Aahford Mills Stephen R Bennett J B Wale lace J D Tall J D Taylor W T Brown G M Maddox James Wilson E B Finley Wm Awtry C E Ra ley Robert Pitimmer E P Taylor WC Smith Herbert Render J C Hill H D LoydJdhn Newton OT Burdette C T Whlttlnghlll NB N White J T Morgan Joel EImorei W M Heflln S P Moore Scott Kim mel C M Everly Fltzhngh Ren frow A L Hudson J J Midkiff I S Mason V O Ranncy J B Den nis Gaylon Taylor George Thomp son G W Drane G S Fitzbugb R D Newtorii Robert Bennett Jttt MosrleyIOn motion and second the forego ing resolutions were submitted to the a Oniolution was offered in lieu of Section a 4 of resolutions repotted by commit tee vizdResolved delegates ofthis Convention be and they arebere bv instructed to cast the vote of tbtsI county for the Hon tB Wilson 0 for Governor On motion and second the name of s C J Pratt Is oflered in lieu of the name of Morris B Belknop In Section 4 of resolutionstAfter n good old time friendly ex change ideas aa to the merits of each Belknap Wilson and Judge J Pratt on motion and second J S R Wedding M S Ragland TS Marks were appointed tellers the vote was taken and the convention rerustd to accept eltherof said amend ments and the motion to adopt reso lution wfis carried whereupon the Chairman declared the resolutions adopted a offered by the committee On motion nafl rccond the delegates ore Instructed to cast their votes In they Louisville Couvcutiuu U3 a unit on oil welters end a majority of the delegates present shall govern the vote of tht delegation There being no further business the Convention adjourned ML HiSAvniN Chmn C E SMITH Secy This nan one of the most harmon lOlls And enthusiastic conventions thathas assembled in Ohio county for years Everyone present seemed to be imbued with a determination to win In the final election In November f a fU 3 PERSONAL MENTION t frtmtmi ftmttJ- Vlllle Ward No Creek was In MondayJo Rockport was in town Monday Melvin Wilson Rosine was in town MondayWill Pierce Rosine was in town TuesdayJames S China Bcda was in tOWDi Saturday T H Boyd Centretown was here Saturday W M Heflin Hcflln was in townI SaturdayJ Select was in town SaturdayC Moseley Ralph was in town Saturday B H Stewart Manda called to see us Monday f RJ Mason Buford called to SeeI us SaturdayJoe Clear Run called at this office Monday J B Duvall Balzetnwn was in town Monday JMHudson Beaver Dam was In town Friday v Mlecr Brown McHenry was In town Friday W H Myers Ceralvo called at thetoffice Monday John T Rone Centretown was infown Monday RI Parris returned from Bowling GreenFridayIam Narrows was town Monday J W Martin Beaver Dam was In iIsaactown Tu C IMtown Tuesday P B Moreland No Creek was In town Saturday f fuinS Bennett No Creek was in town Saturday OznaShultz Beaver Dim WAS in town Saturday t Henry Shaver Beaver Dam was in hq city FridaylEsq J was n town Monday J D Taylor Cromwell was a caller at the office Monday logan Smith Wysoz called to seedus while In town Monday J T Davis Sulphur Sprigs was a caller at this office MondayCS P Moore at office while In town Monday H C Crowder Baizetown called to see us while in town FridayvTJTnrleyor was town Monday and Tuesday V Mt Stewart Bcda was a pleasant caller while In town Mo dflycK C Byers to sea us while In town Monday L L Arbuckle Narrows called toe us while In town MoidsyrOscar James to see us while In town Saturday Judson Ashhy Centertown called to see us while in town Tuesdayi C K Reneer tpcec us while in town Monday W H Daugherty Rcafrpw called to see us while In tovnMonday J T Wedding Sulphur Springs was a caller at thill office Monday L C Taylor Mttaczns madens a pleasaut call while in tpwn Friday J Et Miller Sunnydale wasa pleasant caller while In town Mon day tntbwnOffice Hubert Stanley Wysoz Is vhltlog Dr and Mrs A F Stanley this week y H Leach Cromwell made us a very plensant call while in town Sat urday Mrs Charlie Tichenor N cklcs is visiting Mrs A H Rowan this week J H Davis T flyr a9 a pleasant caller atthls oflLehle town Monday v MondayfterSprings Rev R l Brandon Reynolds was very pleasant caller while In town Tuu sda Mrs John B Foster will leave to ay for Dawson Sprhigs to spend a ew weeks Hkrditt Chapman Taffy was a pleasant caller attbis1 office while In town Mopday Thomas II Denton of Ix alsvlllevls spending few weeks with his family tCenlretown If 1 Taylor Rochester was n very pleasant caller at this office while In own Saturday Kiah J McKenney Lonlsvllle made us a very pleasant call while In own Tuesday G S Duncan South Carrollton made usa very pleasant call while In town Tuesday It 1 i Spring Humors Como to mOlt people and cause many troubles pimples bolls and other appeUtelhaindigestion and headache Tho sooner one gets rid of thorn the better and tho way to got rid of them and to build np the system that has infforcd from them Is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination tho Spring Mediclnojxir excellence of unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and pot manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum Scald Head Bolls Pimples Ill Klnda of Humar Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism atarrh Dyspepsia Ito Accept no substitute but bo sure to get Boodle and get It today Miss Martina Bennet is vlsltng Miss Dena Woodward at Beaver Dam this week- Sylvester White Horse Branch was a pleasant caller at this office while in town Monday Mrs A F Stanley and Miss Louise Macy will leave Saturday to visit friends In Hopkinsvllle Madisonville and Franklin County Attorney W H Barnes returned from Dawson Springs Saint day where had bern attending the county attorneys association RENDER KY July 13Mr Harry Harrington of Central City was here lost Wednes day on business Mr J S Spence was in Central City last Wednesday Mr BXA Foster of Central City was here Tuea1y on business for the Co C St f Co Hon AlvlsS Bennett oi Buford was In this city Thursday Mr Simon Jones was in Hartford Friday Messrs T R Tood and JAB L Llndsley of Louisville were In town Friday on business Mr Lou Hill of Hartford was In own Friday Meesra G T Westeifteld and Alba 4m ol Central City wrre Mere JurJ week j r Mr Joe Reid attended the picuiea- tosine lost Saturday Messrs D W Gwynn nod RIt Chapman went to Hartford Saturday Win Reid of Taylor Mines was In tender Saturday Rtvs G F Bell of Greenville and C Carpenter of Rockport were- bereThursday Mrs W H SUnley wxitto Beiveij Dam Saturday M V Hallle Cargnl of Echolt Is visiting relatives here at this writ nk Messrs El Burton and Lineo s- Pate left Thursday for Ilcrrin Ill Mr and Mrs J L Neighbors Beaver Dam was the guest of ida here Sunday L John Francis Jr is visiting in Cen tral City at this writing Messrs Ernest Mosaic ond George Lyoii3 ol Louisville wate here Mon ay Mr Tom Stearsman of Bremen has accepted a position with the I C I Co Mr Len McGavack of Cloverport was In town Monday Dr J S Fltzhugb of Island is- isiting friends in this city at this writing Messrs Gee F Long and Byron arnes of Beaver Dam were In this ity Monday Dr Kahn of Cromwell was in Render Monday Mrs John F locker is visiting relatives in Leltcbfield at this writing Mr G D York was In Hartford MondayMr J FarEack Paducab was n town Monday 0 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the- Signatnro of RENFROW KY John C Renfrow who has been sick for quite a while Is able to be out againMr Park Daughertys wife Is very low of lung trouble Mrs Ola Robertson of near here will leave In a few days for Texas to to join her husband The school at this place will be in charge ol Prof Renf- rowLong I Hair About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast so I bought a bottle of Aycrs Hair Vigor stopped tho falling and made my hair grow very rapidly until now It is 45 Inches in lengthMrs A Boydston Atchison ICans Theres another hunger than that of the stomach Hair hunger for Instance hairneeds food vlgorAycrsThis Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy ILOOIMO All dncrtM If OurdrulrnlaC cannot uppl you tend ni one and we ezpreM you a bottle lIe lure nd give thn name of your JJCAYERCOLoweUMau r JPJMtJMiL ArJh NW4w- i Dull Things i Made Bright I July is supposed to bo a dull month but it wont bo in this store Wo are going to establish a new record Wo are going to hold 11uRUJ1 MAGE sale Rummaging here means adjusting stocks clearing up lots that are broken closing out seasonable goods in season getting in shape for fall trad 5 otc To accomplish our object we I must make very low prices Below are a few sam pie bargains But there aro others lots of thorn Can you stay away from such n bargain feast Guess not You cant afford to Just Listen Factory Cotton l 4ic yd 4 Better grades same5eto Tic Good Bleached Cotton yard wido1ScBetter grades same 7c 8c 9c and lOc All fivecent Lawns4cA-ll eight elit Lawns Go All tencent Lnwnsi 8c All twelveandahalfcent LnwI1sb10em t All fifteen cont Lawns f 12Jc All twentycent Lawns 16o All twontyfivocont Organdies 20c All twentyfivecent Straw Hats iSo All fiftycent Straw Hats 35c All seventyfivecont Straw HatsbOoAll onedollar Straw Hate v 76c onedollarandahalf StrnwHats100 Mens Satinotto Suitsi1300I Mens allwool Suits 350 A ton1011ar Suit f r750sA fifteendollar Suit for 1000 The same great reduction price holds good all the way throughoui great big stock Come and see Como to our July Rummage Sale Carson L Co Hartford Ky to H hughes Chill Tonic PALATABLE letter tins Curse ud QgloiH Contains no WMUC THE OLD RELIABLE na all 10 i tate In early tip ring and Fail pren le Chltl Dengno and Malarial Ke Iren Acti on tb llrr tone np ilia luritem EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC Ia well as a Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Malarial Fever0Swatnp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what you need at this season r IEYER rUts Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tinlc GUARANTEE Trv it Dont take any Substifuete All flrnist cO SI Rnftlp BUCCE6 WORTH KNOWING provr4UnboeMalarial Ftrtrt I plBeanCI roo V V1 KY r M uto Is 1 Wifi TIMEIsaved PfiJPARED- BYROB1NSOTHT COMPANY ixcoirdViTiD LOUISVILLE MoniirrIentsLi t yNICKMICHEL a UtWSOLE OWNERS A 1IIOIRIETOIIS U I OF OWEN8BOROMONUMENTAL WORI K t e make the woI t1iitse If you want it t j good MONUIEitlitt will last and not fc fade got our prices and Wo guaranteo the rest I MISCHEL ti BARKHAUS fi iSSllAIleflMsOaehalrKqurelv loatoMee PWRNSBORO KRNTUOKY RHEUMATISM and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can be cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and jfullyrAskr 50c I 1rgon 4011 Co 136 W Main Louisville Ky IiI C 0 i r i111 I- zn tr I f u Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 17 NEED MORE FACTORIES Change In the Taxation Laws Would Bring Themb SO WINKS WILLIAM It RODINSON Makes a PlaiD JlnstheuLlk Talk Before State Commrolal VoDVtI c IUon Urging Amendmeot to Cont1tut1o Dlardlu1cal TRIstloDTO Be Vat tE3 ed on Nest KovembM It hoa long boon conceded that tu atlon p1ay an Important put In the development ot tao products and JB- Ource8 of any State and those woo- ttonded the rtoxit state Commercial t Convention at LouIvIllo had a strik- Ing example of thla brought to their f attenUon In the speech of Mr Wll11am- A Robinson of Loutfihlie on the ub- 3ect of local tainUon In view Qt tho proposed amendment to Section 181 or the State CooaUtuUon to b voted on the zzeit November oloon Jndgo BB Savage or Ahland pMldedonr the meeting end 13 Chnlrman or the State Commlttoo thatll ieekiag to let the people right on tab amendment llr RoblDllOns peecb In part waa as tollows In the ftrM place I wood reIDMII ha- Antlon Is a eublt In wtlleb lerTOI dUtell II InteeMM wore o 1i slbet dl- TecUl or 104 The OozIatJtutloa ell l1 the pront ooM1tlKln w4e wbtClli we aM rOfI1ed wss the ftr of the toar- CoMUttloM of the StAt et lCentuc7 to Ox u Inlledbl rtem In tbe orginlo 1- 4u to oed tILUbn 1ID4 t waa s OOEQI eta revoltition In pMatd to tzatkn oa diciliahne teen oble to gte It It WM a Ie tIn pollq and I belIeve It Is wrong In prtlKlple It onMr4f7 to the grest- tiner1oin OctriDe of borne nle and loctJ aelrgoorument tlpdall on thAt moo4- Tltal qttlon fit Ioaal tautinO for 9ol- goeimneIU It nbatftotd a rl1Ad mlf- Grni id IteOI for theo ItGena- IPJltom Ill bus3na ntrprtu It IDIWtI every erbaM end eve7 mmobeturer bll own peer and I tUeie Jail vjU uixm S S S1WAGE Ash1an boar me out tboo ot jo wbo harD obo sorTed the working ot this law that it Ii- M ununltoriu IIl1d IIa vartablo 18 ths dez- biUty ot a tflflRl coDBclclICO hIe judp1lot or 11111 senre ot right It Ia neuarfl7 unequal uuunltorzn and thertore unfair IUId unjust The challgo led to UUgtIon wlilcll has gone on down for ten there be- Ing rnanj caaee Jet In the Oonrt of A- peala unsettled TIIiI amen4znet which Is now propoee1- ptmIi1 place ut Lktek prnotlcnll7 In tho matter ot local taxation to wlier we wvb- otorv under the former C aatltutlou It utOllS to oil tItIem not to dtloe ot the ftrateJaall only cc Ia often steted 111 our WIptnI but to an cltJu eYcr7 dtY In the State or KntllOllr the right undez the general act ot the Lmgielsture to As ItJ own U3fMDle0t Ui own 7Mm of taU toG on aU other prott7 eicept reAl es tAte The7 will ban the right tax b7- Ijouni or otherwise Itkdge tll pow with the lOCAl loumDloe sbt M one StMte LrKlllaturo compolK of the rPro1- le0tatJn or the poopl of UIo 8tate t sow ter Iq IIIIlod thet It mall D- OcbullNi whaterer in tba yMe of tau tlon ten either lltat or rountjr flmo her aeo that It boor upon aU the ettlee of- tbo Stale not upon dUNot the ftretda or cIties or any other claes but ALL the cities or the State No cUr end no town nted otlopt tile plan unleee the7 chooso tQ It Ii optional with the loml autborttlee with the Veopl who are to be tend The rproerutntlvce of the people to be tau4 aID My ulJlpr which ejetetn thaI wish to be tazed and the Legis1atnre tIT genral law may authorIze the rill that thooe to adopt that plan to odopt It J that It I a purIj meal matter left to the people ot Hell city eM J suhuilt to you wbMb IMilngton or Paducah have nut II perfect rtgt to say bow thy shall loor their bUll Low they lIball pay their ftre departwrn Low they shall beild their treot how they shall build their sewors without tht II- Itrollon or tho general State Oonmm at Frankfort I kan raUh that when It Ia poporly uo- cIratood and broubt before the people of our ittate It will yecots a large majority of the 1otea next November I belloro It is u much to the lDtereAt of the State uIt ld to any city becallN ge you buIld og your duo you certainly add to tho reonii- Cf yOUr State You add to the wealth art4 loll add to tbe population fleer in mind that It only rMnlree a mojorlty of the ottie cst on tht question aM not o JOo- Jorlt ol oil the voter or the lltatl Vs must have prompt action now because If- th1a uiuieure faIi to recelie ooh a major It In Norember under the OmIUtDlon of our IItnte thn matter ronDOt be brought lip ngatn for dye years The former arll U much InterGOltfd In thil matter II any or our ptoph It Iii A plaIn prooeIUon that the taruwr La bro tflcd II you make larger home marketa- berous you IIYo him the Coll8umorat horn for his product wIthout the lose of freight The egriculturt interests or the ftate ar gotor to ho lIubtoernod U you Increase tho populatIon They cannot coin pete that I for the export butllHa wllb the eboop lands or tb Wrst In raWDjf wheat They muat rulee market product aoo other lro4artJI and groIn for 00ft0- nmpllon right Iira e hlOo among our own peoplo ractortee mut be located IclUes beojue lit II thoro that 10 111- 4laoo It I there you find touklu capital It Is there yos And transportation There tore the people or Kutllckr mat let the ekira or tIi1 tateell the ettlee not cycities ot the IIral iIiiaeiltclii this important question of how you err going to as thc4l Indutrle Thl iltti only III a- ttrhi by thIs vrii1we4 niutnlment U- Ihrv dulro IL why not lit Iliciii he itt Your Druggist will buy It Ethck- IIl h tllUr hii IIA whi n 1111 I i- iCharnbttatnii Culll Chie t se Diarrhoea Remedy Your drugtit will refund your money If you are nut satisfied after using It It Is every where admitted to be the most sue cesul remedy In use lot howel corn plaints ant the only one that never falls It Is pleasant sale and rella ble AU druggists m The Democratlepolltlclan have gone Into mourning ss they say he cause Roosevelt has ceased to he the great champion of the people and has snrrendered to the machine The poUtlclu8 think It good politics to charge that Roosevelt Is only a poll tlclan The people have not yet discovered that he has change Jronts In tact his Independence of character and his deteln11natlon to defend the rights of the people have been made plainer and plainer everyday of his admlnlstratlonDenton Republican WANT DYoung men to prepare for Government positions Fine open logs In all depastments Good sala ties Rapid promotions Examlnat- loDs SOOn Paticu1ars JreeInter State Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la St Very ROO1arkablq Pure of Dlarrhooa A ol1t six yiars ago fo the first time In my life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea saysMrs A1lce Nllleropl Mogas Tzas I got temporary relief but It came bacl again and again Bud for six tong years IhaveafleroreinIsc7yand agony than I can tc1I It was worse than death My husband spent hun dredsof dollars for phylciau pre scrlptlons and treatment without avail Pinally we move to Bosque county our present hosue and on day I happened to see an advertisement ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been ured by It The case was so similar to my own that I concluded to try the reme ky The result was wonderful I could hardly realize that I was well again or belIeve It could be so after having suffered so long but that ote bottle oj medicine costing but a few cents cured pie For sale by all druggIsts m KENTUCKYiND IELAND How Some Customs ll re orre spond oT Old Icelandic Law Codes Thetriat of Jttafl4 Whlt for the murder pf J B Marcum In I moun thin county of Eastern Kentucky and thetutlmony anil even 8 therein re call vividly th CP1dltlo of qallq among the ancestors oi the Anglo Sax on race and their kindred some thous and years ago Yendslnvolving murders and burnlnp are everyday mat teta among the Interestln5t ancestral type sran ed by some grim Irony of Provldeue In the tientieth century oOheChrl4ala era Proc Bryce In his recent published essay on Prim Itive Iceland Illustrates the condl- tloD of the mediaeval Icetandtr by a comparison to modern Kentucky The Icelanders of the year boo were a tine brave Independent people who were still In the primitive stage of feuds were gild In arbrltatlon and who could kuow nothing bet terComlug upon their counterparts In eastern Kentucky at this day the students should feel much as would a geologist who should find an Island where the megathtrlum and pterodactyl were still In thler prlnlep Yet we may note some degeneracy since the darsof Njt1 and Skarphedlun and llosi due perhaps to the depraving Inuence of firearms The distinctions between murder and manslaylug which these old heathei made wee hIghly t chnlcal- thpugb notsatlsfadory Uron were at Ided with a man get together I1S many partisans 88 you could surprise him alone and kill hImly all means and provided you declared the homicide like a man at one pf the houses neareit the scene of the slaying you were no murderer But at least the form of glving the man a chance for his life Bud endangering your own must be observed and If you killed a weak and Jlefenllelesa wan or killed a man at night tot all night killing was murder you werea murderer and at the next Thing you mIght be hanged tori It by judgment of the whole assembly Such killing was an grievous a breach of honrable fighting that the slayer without being given the oP1ertunity of fighting the vie tims next at kin orbuylngo was put out of the way Thlscrlme was rate however and ofaraswe know the only record of such a piece of work Is In the Paroc Islands Sags In Ken tucky the stock has degenerated and the murder of an unsusptctlng man without any subsequent declaration of the manslaughter Is the order ot the day Law Notes Mr Bryan has suggested for the Democratic nominee for r9 A a Ten nestee man and aNorthCnrolina man The sotheru states which turnish the Democratic votes might well consl er the propriety of taking the candl date from Its own section While the result would pot be changed theex perlmen would be politically Inter estlugSt Louts Glob Demqcrat Let me say II have used Elys Cream Balm for catArrh and can thoroughly recommend It for what It claims Very truly Rev II W Hathaway Elizabeth NJ I tried Plya Ceani Balm and to all nppearllnces am cured ol catanh The terrible headaches front which I litg tifittd are goneW J hitch cock Iliit MsjiT U S Vol and A A Gen UulJ 10 N Y The flim does not Irltate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 eta or m lied by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York It Is trUt that the Republicans are guilty of putting the dollar before the man and from what we have been able to observe the man seems to be well pleased with the operajion- Duringcrovera reign the man didnt have any dollars put before him Groverputsoup bel ore the man and he had to drink It or starveYellow Jacket TheDernoeratic party contatns more politics and less patriotism more promise and less pay more expense and less profit more vice and less vir tue more corruption and less commonsense than any other organization on the face ofGod a green earthYeltowJ- 4cket Democratic National Song Oh Trust It Is ot thee Sweet democratic plea Of thee I sing Word with deep feeling fraught Though truly thou art naught May all our lips be taught To make thee ring Let thy name swell the breeze And ring In all the trees Sweet slognn thou i Let democrats arouse And thy dear cause espouse t Plighting our solemn vow To thee we bow We have no other tale And this ones growing lItsle ThIs tale 01 tiust But for the partys sake Well shoulder this od fake And forward match to make A blooming bus- tCuros a Sciatica Rev W L Riley 1 L D Cuba New York writes Alter filteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism under various heat mentp I was Inlucedto try Ballards Snow Liniment the first application giving my first relief and the ccond entire relief I can give It ucqusli lied recommendation 25 5C and iloo at H WillIams m Who can ten what can be had for the small sum of Ilxtyfive cents A lady bought a bundle ofour pound goods a few days since and made from It a dress for herself and dresses for three children thre shirts for her husband and has a large assortment oluselnl goods left Slxtyfive cents gets such a bundle at Carson Cos store Constipation L Anct all symptoms and Results of Indigestion IhIDItI Dud h the use a- OR CARlSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mooei refunded If you ir not pluisd- with rllatUI IiP cured tbouiend why not yoe merchalltclWornllJlcJconaUpationan4 wuptenU04 OslllJoml tal done Gerinea Ettat =51 a pYalu single tthI when ht niG feel better at rmatled aith ide ii ark tot ntrueSaitmeati IIcIKU cum tnow hiel- llana eU and does sot eu any meddee II- youraccedtithieminnergiveit trlah It wW cost you Only Scenti and Ito II we uy the drugiiat Is autbotlaod- tefund to youmoaey TUB AMERICANPARMACAL co nan1 had YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INc When you take Orovea TaMalees chill TonIc be cane the formule Ii plaInly printed on ever bot tie showing that It Is elinplj Iron and QuInIne In- atsatelees form No Cur No PUJ 3e OATOnABuzstksBlgaatca ct The Kind Yom Hats AlnrS BouDt For Constipation Take Ltons Laxative Srtzp an Ideal remedy tot euaDllolatulldpertocU1blrmleuuuacrlllclrcumalDcCl FIRST OF THE SEASON B OSW1SEA SHORE EXCURSION TO Atlantic City Capo May Sea Isle City Re hobotli and other Atlantic Coast Reso- rtsThursday July 30 Very Low Rates Good on regular express trains with Pullman Sleepers Oh- sorvation Cars Dining Cars and Elegant OOCllOS Return Limit 12 DUyH Iii- ciriditig Dcata or Scale Stopover privileges at Philadelphia and Washihgton D C on return Journe A popular vaction trip over the AIls ghenlen through historic harpers Peiry Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia e- IlHtrlllUn iniIi1tstivlntIlta and location oItll hotel nit ODe particulars can be had trout any lllleDL 1It 0 or by ddree log n 1lIIcCAKrW 01 A lDrlIIDIatI Ohio n SlIl1owlI IJ P A loniuille Ky THE NewYqrhClipper Greatest Theatrical Piper In America All persons rwt0the tioppea AMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR BINDLE COPY ro CENTS F9r Sale by all Nowedesleji lit alt parts of the world SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK Plow York C- ityIIIIIIIIII XENTUCKY HEMP LEADS i Interesting Feature of Worlds Fair Exhibit FIBRe PLANTS OP Tile WORLD Display 10 One of the zblbite That Snrround the Great FtveoAcre Slap of the United States Show log States In Their Orowlag Crops A mIniature field ot Kentucky hemp Is shaded by the mammoth leavos or largo banana trees In the ftbro plant section of tao grounds surrounding the ftV80ro snap of tho United states at tho Worlds Fair at at LmLs The hemp sclon la given ever to throo aectionetho Kentucky ta1laa and RussIan The TaiieUcs are all from the same parent d possess I prnoUC4J1y the same ch4ractorlstlca I cA8TIElIANChairman Kentucky ExhIbit Association Kentucky is apparently the native home for hemp for there It attains the siecrest perfeeUon In the rich valleys the seed Is sown broadcast early In March u soon as danger troD1 severo frost Is pMt The seed te covered with harrow and for several weeks the brown fIelds Uo dormant lhen as Ibo seeds have burst and tho roots have dovclope4 little spoor of ho light green appat above the brown earth Every day or sun shln witnesses tile stooD Increase and the brown disappear As the plants gro tatjjr they tako R darhor shade and by August when It Is al most tlmo for the reaper tho waving hemp by this Umo having attained a height ot 8 10 or 12 toot Is a dark brown almost the color ot tho ground when the seed la sown So thick grows the hemp that no other living thing can exist In tne field Weeds are throttled and bird can DDt penetrate the thicket of not tics The thcttergntta tle hemp the finer and more valuable tho fibre Flax from tim fibro or which Is produced linon and from the seed of which Is obtained linseed oil Is an other Interesting section among the iJutoot the llsplay This Is the most abun dant and too cheapest fiber or which anything I known It comes fromIn dla Japan Formosa and China The United States imports annually more ot Juto than all other fibres combIned Major David Castloman or Pleasant 11111 la chairman ot the committee on hemp oshibits or the Kentucky Ex hlblt Association and Is planning both InstrucUve and unlQuQ displays or hemp In the Agricultural building aside from that shown In the plant life map lie proposes to show hemp from the seed to the finished products ot the fibre Cumberland TELEPHONE AND I oIegnth l CoI- IDtOrlorotrdJ Tlmeret nothing the matter ltb fly huHines I hHve the Cumberland Telephone In my rtbldtnceand place ol business My business4ia Increased and my wlll11 voice is hey er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for tol seivice and gentlemanly compctition- B PNOWhlN Manrl C4STOnX4Dean the Slgutnzof pub RInd YOI Hate AIRSTI WI I n I CASTon 1 For Infants and Childre The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 9 Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Yea- rsASTA w6CufluCeeNW ow COCS CItY I 1 u FINEST WORLD1FAIfi 1904 Exposition a Triumph of Industry and Art TUB TOTAL COST IS 40000000 Louisiana rurchale ExposItion the Largest the World II Ever KllowDlIow the Great Ita torprbo Was Conceived Napoleons sale to the United States ot the 1000000 square miles lying west or the Missialppt river and durinsThozpaa Jefferson Is the event on which Is hued the greatest Exposition of ancient or modern tlmce The territory torJlJally acquired on April 30 1803 consIsts or the H mag nlftcent states and territories that were sold a century ago for 15000000 a mere fraction of what their value kM proven to bo The LouIsiana Poe chue ExpOsition at tLouis In IDOe- fn the centennial cQlobraUon or the Important historic event will appllx- hnately expend UOOOOOOO more near ly three times the amount of the original purchase price In perpetuat lag Its memory The City of St Louis voted bonds for tlOOOOOO In aid of the colossal enterprise The citizens ot the city subscribed another 5000000 InJjtock The State ot Missouri appropriated 81000000 Dy Dn act ot Congress the United StatEs Government apPToprl- nted 5000000 for the general fund while other specific appropriations for buildings and exhIbits wore made swelling the appropriatIons to t8600 000 ThlnY8enn states and territories In the United States by legislative app- roprlaUona and by popular subscription baYs rni5ed nnother 5000000to be expended upon buildings and ex hrblts This Is being augmented from time to Umo nod by opening day It la claimed another t2OOOOOO will have boon added to this sum Japan ChIna Mexico England France 1 rrnany and Brazil are among the leading nations which have otflclaily declared their intention t participate tn the FaIr and have appropriated sums each In excess of 500000 Tho site on whIch the Universal Ex position Is bullded9s Ideal Covering 1240 acres It occupies the western halt ot Forest Park and the high lands bordering It on the west ArchItect and landscape gardeners have collab orated In producing the most got geous spcttncle the world ha ever soon The natural beauties ot the hills and valleys the woodlands and moad owe have been enhanced by the prodigious work which unlimiteaweiltb and unrivaled skill has wrought Great murblo appearing palaces of sur paSsIng grandeur with artificial waterways windIng gracefully In and out asphalt and gravel highways bot dered with great shade producng trees monuments and sculpture placed where It will delight the eye and recall the event or person In whose honor It Is erected and the great caseddo garden with the most wonderful artificial waterfalls the world has ever known combines in making a picture or unequaled beauty the epiendor of which can scarce be conceived Fifteen colossal palaces comprise the main group of building and there are arranged In the form of a ladys fan opened the Palace of Fine Arts and Its two Duxlllarle forming the apex at th southwest The center of the main picture is terniced gardens and cascales ROUGH RIVIR- TELEPHONE COMPANY ULOatClIlATICII Talk befog chap and eceisr you should patronize hme lh where you can buy your own u and build your own lines IIIU bi im talking dIstance wIth the whole vomn ty and lusineaa points gtneraJl b only paying a reasonable rent to till Rough River Telephone Cotup4n at they will be at the whole expeace l you sallloWe connccl with nl u- r1tpfn ent ConllJltnles For part cu tars lull on S F Stevens Mill ett hartford Ky FLTo Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets Seven Ton lIMes sold In past I amOttt This signature DoYouTake QuinIne Its 10 to I you do U you are a victim of malaria Don Do It Its Dangerous admit It wIll euro malaria hut IllenvOlJ almost deadly niter cl- 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