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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rtf rbpnblicanu IFine Job Work a Specialty I VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 18 L904 JNo 35 IISAO DEATH While Dressing for Church Mrs Williams Died Instantly She Was a Christian Woman of the Purest TypeAnExem plary Character t hSunday night at shout 7 oclocl while her toilet prcpflra tory to attending churchMrsGrossB Williamstank in an unconscious state to a chair and death came a few mu ments later Miss Ida Park a young lady who livid mar by lad come U accompany Mrs Williams to church They were engaged in a converse lion when suddenly Mif Williams as one fainting realed to a chair Mr Williams who was In an adjoining Iroomwas summoned by cries lor help c and was at his wiles side In- ni Instant Dr K W lord was called and arrived within a few minutes lIe found that nn artery of lu brain had ruptured which permitted 4the blood to food the btaln Irom the effects of which death ensued at stated above Mrs Williams had not been in good health for about a year having suffer ed a partial stroke of pallyslR last May but it was thought that she would soon be entirelywell Mis Williams was prior to her marriage Miss Jennie Kskrldge tad was born and reared In Hardinsburc Ky but has since her marriage in 1879 been a resident ol Hartfcrl Mrs Williams was one ol Hart lords truest and btst women aril was loved by all who knew her She had lor many yeas been a true t j and devoted Christian and it may truly be said the Masters ways were her ways and His work her wtrV A husband and four fens the youngest about eight years old with a hurt 01 relatives and Jrieius are left behind to mart the final meeting Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church at 10 oclock a m Wednesday by Rtvs W T Mil ler and It M Crowe alter which the remains were laid to rest in OakwooJ cemettryThe relatives from abroad attended the funeral and buriel Morris Eskridge Rosco Eskridge and Miss Clara Eskridge Haullnsbunr Ky James Eskaldge Alfred Esk ridge Mrs Mary Eskrldge Mr and Mrs Horace Rollh Louisville Mel ville Eskridge Owensboro Henry EskridgeIsley and Mrs Fred A Sed letzky Rockport Ind- HERBERT KY Mar IsMr Robert Miller went to Owersboro Tuesday with tobacco Mr Tommie Massie visited rela tives near Weber Tuesday Mr Tom Hale of Hawesvllle vis ited at Harney Evans Friday night fitDr Dave Miller visited relatives near Weber Monday There is some excitement in this neighborhood on account of maddogs Mrs Ellen Loyd of Aetnaville visited her father Mr Sam Haynes SundayGrant Midklff and wife visited at Pellville Monday Mrs Harry Givens and Master Joe Bennett visited at Central City last weekEmmet Haynes went to Owensboro MondayMr t Mrs Will ChambllsH ol Fordsville visited relatives her Sun day Miss Mollle Miller visited her sis ter near whltesvllle last Week H Hunter and wife of Pellville visited at this place Sunday Harry Givens went to Whitesvillt Monday Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales Cattlebest quality 4 40 to 4 65 Hogsbest quality 5 65 Choicer light shippers 550 Sheepand Lambs Extra shpplng sheep 3 75 to 4 00 Extra ship ping lambs 5 oo to 6 50 ii ADJOURNED The Legislators Leave The Halls of State for Home Business Closed Late Last NightImportant Work Commenced My Old Kentucky Home Heard As Lawmakers Passed out Thorne Gets Diamond From Members Hrjnkfort Ky March t5Thu Kentucky Legislature after being In session the greater portion of the day and hall of the night adjourned sine die The last day was taken up ii consideration of a number or unhn pottant blllf Several large appro prlation bills were passed At the night sssion ol the senate a specia committee was appointed to Investigate the present system ol revenui and taxation of the State This com mittee will Invite Auditor lInger and former Auditor Coulter to appear before it and give desired information about the present system of revenue- The committee is composed of Senators Hicknian Booted Cammack Cox and Phelp The committee will IeglslatureIGillen waters were appointed a committee to investigate the present printing system of the state and to report to the next legisature Nothing came from any of the investigations The report on the nribsry charges of the Loulbvllle Herald fays the charges were unfounded and suggests that the Franklin county grand jury lake ac tion There were three reports in the printing investigation The majority report says the print log law is defective and that the print ing commissioners acted legaly in letting the contracts to the lowest and best bidder but that the law should be amended The minority report in lengthy and criticises the printing commis sioners Before adjournment President Thorne of the senate was presented with a diamond stud Speaker Brown of the house was presented with two leather chairs Mr Gufly jflered a resolution for the appoint ment off cemmittee to find out where the money was coming from to pay for all the appropriations of the present session It was 1130 oclock when the house notified the senate it svai ready to adjourn The mem bers left the halls to the tune ol My Old Kentucky Home Those who did not leave tonight for their home wilt take the first trains out in the Morning In County Court The following are the orders of County Court at its recent regular term and at special terms U S Condit and others motion for new road W H Hill and others motion for ocal option election at Centertown- J E Maddox was appointed admin istrator of D JK Maddox deceased Elizabeth Simpson qualified as guardian of Benjamin H Day and others J A Anderson qualified as admin istrator ol Ulyssus Shown- C E Crowder was appointed deputy County Clerk- J H Thomas qualified as adminis trator ol W D Barnes S A Anderson qualified as admin stator of Ewen Morris- License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S lagland since our last issue L C Leach Roxey to L J Mc iheery Horton John Campbell McHenry to Cora ray McHenry Jerone Allen Renfrow to Myrtle augberty Renfrow IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IX TilE REPUBLICAN SHOT HIS BROTHER Alney Evans of Whitesville Accidentally Kills His Sick Brother He Was Loadiug a Pistol in the Room When it Was Accident ally Discharged Alney Evans shot and instantly killed his brother George Eyans near Whitesville Davless county Tuesday morning about 7 oclock Alney Exans is the owner ol a pistol He was preparing to leave home and was leading the weapon by the fire in the room where his brother George Evans was lying at the point of death with messes He bad about hall the loads in the pistol when he let the hammer fall on one of the car trldgep The pistol wag pointed in the direction of the bed and the ball struck the sick boy in the temple and penetrated his brain The patient stretched his legs out in bed gave a I groan and was dead the victim of the accidental shot eras only six years old The two tie sons of Mr Richard Evans a we 1 known farmer As soon as he fired the shot young Evans saw the terrible efiect and wanted to kill himself but was kept from doing so by other members of the family The effect on all was ter rible The mother and sisters faint ed and the distracted father did not know what to do Soon afterward neighbor passed the house and herring the sounds ol distress went in He gave the alarm and shortly after ward a number of neighbors came in and did what they could for the sot rowing family The young man is almost beside himself with grief and remorse on account of the accident and the mother is perfectly piostrat ed r DESERTS HIS FAMILY Gets on a Spree and Leaves His Family to Return to Tennessee Smallhous Ky March 16jobn Baker a mill had who has been wcrking near here lor the past year has disappeared leaving his wife and two children to find their way back to Tennessee alone About a year ago there arrived tn the Snmllhous neighborhood a man who gave his name as Baker his wife md two small children Baker se cured work in a sawmill and lived in a small cbiu He stated that hr came from Tennessee and as his work In the mill was tatisfactory no ques Ions were asked He soon became fairly well known as n goodworker but like many others of his class his periods of hard work were punctuated with occasional sprees during which he made life miserable lor his Family and friends On last Tuesday he succeeded in overloading on his favorite beverage and went home His wife had warned him that he should never come home in such a condition again find when he arrived in the front yard she wa1 ready for him with a brcom and pail of ice water When she had finished with him he resembled a wet rat very much and had made rapid progress on the road to Stbiiville That night he failed to turn up On Monday morning Mrs Baker and her two children left for Tennessee the home of her parents on money secur ed from the sale of the household ef fects and a subscription by the neigh bors Republican Convention Louisville March I7The Repub lican State Central Committee met Wednesday night and decided on May 3 for the time of holding the Statt National Convention to select dtle gates to the Chicago National Con mention Iwlsvllle was selected at the meeting place of the convention The committee was called to orde by Chairman Barnett A strong figh was made for the convention by Lex Ington But when the vote was ta ken the committeemen had decider igaiast the Blue Grass city by A vote cf6to4 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That Peruna is Calculated to Tone up the System Restore the Func tions and Procure Health SO SAYS PROF L J MILLER CHEMIST Prof L J Miller lato Professor of Chemistry and Botany of tho High School ofYpsllantl Mich writes from 3327 N Clark Street Chicago Ill as follows IIAs several of my friends haro spoken to me of the favorable results obtained through tho use of Peruua especially in cases of catarrh I examined it most thoroughly to iearn its contents- I found It composed of extracts of herbs and barks of most valuable medicinal qualities combined with other ingredients delicately balanced calculated to tone np tho system restore tho functions and procure health consider Peruna one of the most skillfully and scientifically prepared medicines which the public can use with safety and success PROF L J allLLER CIRCUIT COURT In Session Another Week With Plenty of Business The following ar some of the orders which have been entered since our last issue The cases of the Commonwealth vs the following parties fahve bern filed away with leave to reinstate on mo tion nl the Commonwiaths of Coun ty Attorney Lon Morgan 5 cases Ed Colburn Dame Miller 2 cases fohn Wright 5 cases James Abner Will Sumner The cases of the Commonwealth vs the following named patties have been continued Jack Kelly W E RuFMl Claude Slaughter Dock Por ter 2 cases Ollie Barnes 2 cases Lee Autry Will Fngler Will Giant Leslie Himes Ed Shultz Flmer Nail Casa Willcox Jno Abner P E Told J R Johnson T Schroater Mort Tate Robert Render 2 casts Bridge Duncan and Frank Tichenor The following Commonwealth cases were striken from the docket on mo tion of the CimnonwaRlths Attor ney Harvey Barnes Virgil Mills Buncomb Render Thomas McRey noldsCommonwea 1th vs J W Boatner charged with assenting to embezzle ment which was begun last Wednes daywas given to the jury at i oclock p m Monday and after deliberating until 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon and being unable to agree was dis charged We are informed that the jury stood six for acquitnl and six for conviction One juror we are in tormed held out to the last for five Subscription 1 a Year I years in the p nit nthry while same would not agree to anything except absolute acquital- Commonwealth vs John Dafron charged with being an accessory to the killing Of Joe Miller alter due deliberation the jury return a verdict of not guilty Commonwealth vs Alorzo Gaither charged with the murder John Cal low at McHenry more than two years ago the jury returned a verdict of not guilty Commonwealth vs Ben Burgess chargedwith the murder of Bud Clark at Rosine in a drunken row the jury returned a verdict of not guiltyCommonwealth vs Chester Foster now on tidal The grand jury which has been in session nearly two weeks will adjourn tomorrow It is composed of the countys best men and has been doing efficient work The following is a I artial report of the indictments returnedMurder i j forgery 2j carrying concealed weapon 6j assault and bat tery 21 petit larceny i j firing a dead ly weapon nt random 2 obtaining property under false pretenses j bog stealing i The personel the residence the political and religious faith of the grand jury is as follows J C Bennett Smallhoup 53 years old Baptist and Democrat- J A Cooper Fotdsville 59 years old Methodist and Republican Wm G Ward Hartford 35 years old Methodist and Republican Wm L Williams Beaver Dam 32 years old Methodist and Democrat- C C Mosley Ralph 44 years old M l Y Builds np tho System Hon Joseph II Rldgoway Secretary1 of time American AntiTreat Society writes tho following letter from tho Grand Central Hotel St Paul Minn It is with great pleasure that I en dorse Peruna as an honest medi cine competent to do all itclaims I have used it several times and know of nothing that cures so completely and at the same tlmo builds up the systemI rec ommended it to a number of my friends and always feel that Ido them a service for I know how satisfactory tho results invariably are I only wish every family had a bottleit would savo much sickness and doctor bills Joseph H Rldgoway Feel Bettor Than for Flvo Years Mr James B Taylor Roberts Ind writesI at tho present timo entirely well I can eat anything I over could I took flvo bottles of Poruna and feel better now than I have for flvo years I have doctored with other doctors off i and on for fifteen years so I can recom mend your mcdicino very highly for stomach troubles I take great pleasuro in thanking you for your freo advico and PerunaJames B Taylor I Enjoy my Meals an I Used to Mr J W Pritchard Wolf Lake Ind writesI pleased to say that I havo been cured of catarrh of time stomach by Pe runs I could hardly eat anything that agreed with me Beforo I would get half through my meal my stomach would fill with gas causing me much distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal But I thanks to your Peruna lam now com pletely cured and can eat anything I want to without any of the distressing symptoms I can now enjoy my meals as I used to do and it is all duo to Dr Hartman and his wonderful medicine Peruna It has been ono year elnco I WItS cured and I am all 0 K yot so I know I am curcdJ W Pritchard Dyspepsia Is a very common phaso of summer catarrh A remedy that will euro catarrh of one location will euro it anywhere Peruna cures catarrh wher ever located That it is a prompt and permanent euro for catarrh of tho stomach tho above letters testify If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the nso of Peruna writo at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Baptist and Democrat E quire L Whittaker Helm 40 years old Baptist aud Democrat Mick B Foster Hartford 32 years old Christian and Democrat- R L Owen Haynesville 40 years old Baptist ami Democrat- W T Brown Rochester 4 years old Methodist and Baptist Harvey D Cox Buford 41 years old Baptist and Democrat L B Loney McHenry 53 years RepublicanI 56 years Seven Baptist four Methodist one Christian seven Democrats and five Republican I At the beginningof court nearly I two weeks ago Junge Biikhead charged Sheriff Cal P Keowu with I the duty of preserving perfect quiet and order in the court room and theI Sheriff has ably and effectually per I formed said duty I Colds Cause Pneumonia One of tho most roinnrkaklo cases ofcolds deop seated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fencer Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of Ono Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weak cued me that Iran down in weight from 118 to 02 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderfulremedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal waight health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m i dr p 1 t FATHER Left Her a Baby and Found Her a Woman Strange but Happy Meeting Be teen H M Houlsworth and Mas Walter Gayle Columbus Ky March r4Twen tyfour years ago H M Houlsworth without word or warning left his home in Elgin Ia Behind him he left a young wife and sadder still a smiling and innocent baby girl tuck ed in its little cradle unconscious of the domestic storm that was to leave it fatherless in a friendless world Only yesterday this little deserted creat ure grown into womanhood and the wife of Walter Gale a sterling citizen of this town met her father in the door of her own home for the first time to know him It was in iSSo when H M Houls worth left Elgin Ia leaving his wife and baby behind and going to Winni peg Manitoba Days went by months passed and years were rolling away when the disconsolate wife grew tired of waiting In vain for the father of her child She was granted a divorce and shortly afterward be- Came the wife of Edward Rogers This union proved to be an unhappy one as it was devoid of the comforts that should conle to a home where the husband possessed habits of Industry and had the proper love for his fami ly A divorce was the result A few more years slipped away and Mrs Houlsworth became the wile of Wil liam Pinny with whom she is row living happily in Elgin Soon after Houlsworth reached Winnipeg he became connected with a farming implement establishment with which firm he has steadily been employed for nearly twentyfive years A few months ago this con cern decided that it would have a dis play at the Worlds Fair in St Louis and choose Mr Houlsworth as the most suitable man to look after that end of the business Some days ago he left Winnipeg and concluded he would go by his old home and inquire what had become of his wile and child He found his former wife en joying good health but was a little surprised to learn that she had been twice married since he deserted her He was told that his daughter had been married three years and was now living in Columbus Ky He came here immediately and was a visitor for several days at his daugh ters home leaving yesterday for St Louis to resume his business duties The story of the marriage of Houls worths daughter to Walter Gayle is as full of romance as his desertion of his family is full of mystery Mr Gayle was a widower with several children among whom is a son Robert eighteen years of age Mr Gayle is a grower of strawberries on an ex tensive scale and ships his product all through the North One bright day in May 1900 Robert while packing berries fur shipment wrote these words on the back of one of his fathers strawberry tickets Will the purchaser of this box of berries write to me The young man neglected to sign his own name to the ticket which he placed in the bottom of a box of ber ries On the opposite side of the ticket was his fathers name in full The box was placed in a consignment of berries for a commission house in Burlington la In distribution the Ayers If your blood is thin and im I pure you are miserable all the time it is pure rich blood that invior3b strengthens I refreshes Ycu certainly kn- owSarsaparilla i the medicine that brings good health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for GO years A doctors medicine 1 own try Ili without1 cJH in AyrrS- S r jpirHi It is tilt tuner wiiiliirful inHl- rmf in tl world for i rtnusirti Mv cure prr11Urp t 1111 mi not tlnik Vu riuuuh IsIla llLIA tcW1 Sreark N 11On n 111 le 1 f ATKII tlO- IMI j Iri ilan Maw i foxa ucc + swoaw I Poor Health n j i iJA micas T1ijlrMiTir Laxative doses of Ayers Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla berries reached Elgin Ia one night and the next morning Miss Houls worth made a small purchase of the delicious Kentucky berries She drew the box with the ticket on which youug Robert Gayle had writ ten the fatal words She at once wrote to Walter Gayle thinking he had written the words on the ticket and a cotrespondence followed Mr Gayle went to Elgin and within three hours after his arrival the mar riage ceremony had been performed and the couple were on their way to Columbus where they have since happily resided Jj Best Remedy for Constipation The finest Remedy for constipa tion I ever used is Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets says Mr Eli Butler ofFrankville N Y They act gentle and without any uupleased effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural condition Sold by all m Let Us Have Peace Pleasing indeed Is it to see even six Democrats in the State Senate Independent and forceful enough to stand out against the perpetuation of fac tlonal hate in Kentucky The vote on the bill appropriating 20000 for a memorial to the late Willam Goe bel on the State Capitol grounds stood 19 to 9 The minority was composed Of six Democrats and three Republic ans The six Democrats Mtssrf George Nat Porter Cammack Camp bell Booles and Spence gave as a reason for their vote that they believed future legislators should after the I completion of the new Capitol pro vide for the erection of such a memo rial Besides these Senators Carroll Gilbert and J F Porter Democrats refrained from voting Nine Demo crats in all are thus out of the record for further apotheosis of Goebelism The disintegrating influences of time upon partisan animosities are notable and salutary The unwilling Senators hope no doubt that the years required to construct the new Capitol will so far mollify the bitterness coincident with the Goebel era in Kentucky politics that further attempt will be made to perpetuate theI memory of that unfortunate epoch One monument to the late Senator Goebel costing 10000 is already on the way to completion Is there any good reason why a second should be erected in the same city and at public expenseDid William Goebel do more for Kentucky than Daniel Boone whose memorial at Frankfort is crumbling to decay What has the State done to perpetuate the memory In bronze or marble of Simon Kenton the Intrepid Kentucky pioneer who fought in the Revolutionary War the Indian wars and the Second war of Independence with a bravery and distinction that every school child in the State should- b taught to remember Is William Goebel deserving of a monument paid for by the peoples taxes when no such honor has been paid to Henry Clay John Jordan Critteaden John Breckinridge author of the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Gen Richard M Johnson John C Breckinridge Geu Albert Sidney Johnson Jefferson Da vis and Abraham Lincoln These great Kentuckians hold a firm place in the affections of all classes of Ken tuckians however much their views and course of action may have in their day failed to commend themselves to the approval of many deserving people They occupy a plane entirely different and far removed and above that which impartial history will as sign to the late Senator Goebel More than onehalf the voters of the State refused him the Governorshipwhich he coveted Half the people of the I State cannot be monuments or any other partisan efforts be brought to reverence him as a beneficent leader i of public opinion It is not fair to establish by lavish j worIjthe taxburdened people of the State to take out of their pockets 20000 i to do what the 10000 already pro vided by private subscription would limply suffice to do even were Goebel of a rank service and honor like those of the eminent Kentuckians for whose honor the State has made no such provision The impoverished schools nnd the neglected roadways of Kentucky call for aid and are giv peoIof the long era of violent political par i tisanship through which Kentucky dOminajtlon monuments WOMAN FURNISH SINEWS Fund to Pay Fees in Contest Comes From Womans Club Washington March 12It is a WOe mans war that is being waged on Reed Smoot The active lawyer in the prosecution appears as the repre sentative of the wives and mothers of AmericaThe nitude of the part women are playing ii the fight on Apostle Smoot is just being realized Organ ization which started the ball rolling is the Interdenomlnationol council at Salt Lake This council is composed of ministers and laymen of every de nominotion except Roman Catholics Its members being a propaganda when the apostle was elected to the senate They wrote to every WOe mans club and association in the United States A full presentation of the case was made Women were appealed to It was stated that the leaders of the Mor mon church were still living opely in polygamy notwithstanding the Ed munds law and the proclamation of Itr mer Pres Woodrufl They professed their intention of proving it and asked women everywhere to take up the subject The matter was responded to as a call to arms and in almost every church in the country meetings have been held to raise funds and further I the cause It is much more general than was the agitation against Brigham H Roberts which resulted in his exclusion from thehouse of representatives and it is felt that this is a case which will for once and all dtfine the status of the Mormon church to ward the government of the United States Happy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and every one who uses DeWitts Little Early Risers prefer them to all other pills Theycure biliousness Sold by Z Wayne Grilliu tC Bro t Church Sleepers Pew sleepers are one of the bug bearers of preachers said the Rev Dr Rtbjrt Collyer the veteran New York minister I can speak feeling ly from experience On one occasion when henry Ward Beecher asked me to go to Plymouth Church to talk to his people he remarked jokingly let us hopethat most of them were working people who needed plenty of rest on Sunday and he felt that a ser mon from me might ba gratefully re ceivedIn course of my talk I mention ed this and said that it was however a matter upon which my feelings could not be hurt and that I owed this imperviousness to Mr Beecher htius lf I told them that one Sun day years before when I was attend ing a service at old Plymoth and Mr Beecher was thundering forth I saw one of his denkons asleep in a front pewI went on to say that always alter this whenever I mw a man slumber ing peacefully through my most stir ring efforts in the pulpit I would say to myself I Well let him sleep even the great Beecher cant keep em all awake BucklersrnSalvo Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment of balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Aands Skin Erup tions infallible for Piles Cure guar anteed Only 25c at A Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist OA SXI cBIAnears thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Y Icr a Deed in an Old Portrait New York March 14 While changing the frame of an old portrait Mrs Sophia MAttern of Brooklyn has found the in canvas a deed to land occupied by the present town of Car rollton Mo a town of 4000 inhabi tania Well known lawyers who have looked up the title insure Dirt Mat tern that it is sound and worth half aI million dollars The deed signed by President Mon toIayMl an of the War of 1812 the Missouri land Is in perfect state of preserva tion It has hen hidden behind the oldcanvas for mere than seventy five years Would Run no More Risks While Colonel William F Cody Buffalo Bill was in New York recently he related this story In my town out West weve recently put in n new railroad which attracts a good deal of attention One day a young cowpuncher from one of the remote ranches came into town and there saw a train for the that time in his life One of the boys knowing his ignorance planned it so that the cowpuncher found himself rear the railroad track just as the far off whistle of an approaching locomo tive was heard The cowpuncher soon began to show signs of distress His restll ness increased rapidly as the train approached until when the roar And and blanket of dust from the sliding wheels enveloped him he rose in his stirrups scared half to putt The engineer taking in the situ tion leaned task out of his cab win dow just as the train stopped and shouted at the top of his lungs Get out of the way you onery cowpunch er Im going to turn mound theicowpuncher spurs to the flunks ui his bronco he was over the hill in a twinkle The last I saw of him he was a little red ball on the fur heieit horizon III Health For a QuarterPe- ople who have torpid liver find life a misery All they need is a mild remedy li- keAMONSh ICIER ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the i liver to its proper work and the Pellets invig orate the system In short they both assist A Nature as a medicine ihoulJ do- S I clo Treatmentl fc ornrrcrOnly 25 cents CttCC c St flats Letterheads Envelopes Etc the HARTFORD REPUBLICANcan make your STATIONERY and other printed mat ter at the following prices Envelopes good quality tier 500 IUfind up Letterheads good quality per ream 500 IJo and up Noteheads good quality per ream of 500 100 and up Statements good quality per ream of 500 100 and up Billheads good quality per ream of o0 100 and up Ordinary hand Mils pur 1000 200 and up Prescription blanks in lots per 1010 100 and up All other JOB WORK in proportion DONT FORGET THE PLACE THE MRTFORD REPUBLICAN HARTFORD KY u OUR CLUBBING RATES TIlE RKITHLICAN and Louisville HlraldJTHE RKITIJLKAX and Louisville Daily Herald 50 TIlE RKiiMMJtAX and ouricrIournal 150 THK RKiunuoAX and New York Tribune 125 TIIK RKiunucAX and ThriceaWeok World l 5- YellowJacketTIlE RKiunuoAX and 125 filE RKIUIHJOAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIIK RKPUJJLIOAX and Home and Farm 125 rIm RKiunucAX and Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 r f ll Iji d IDj qff t 15t LAND I WELT4 4 1 hors thnn thlltIand is the source of all wealth The ratio of population to ncrta e is the hiding scale upon which op portunity is g uuatd success determined Cut the number ot lamlholdf + in hay State in the Union in two and what is frthe result Its simpy arithmeticopportunities doubled In 1 that State What if tbre fourths the population be elimi nated Opportunities quadrupled and so on Thats the condition in the pn at Southwest ArkruinBn Indian Territoryt Innd Oklahoma This vast territory is supporting less than onelourth the population of its capacity Fertilea Inad where wheat and cotton thrive aide by side where two yearly veg etable crops are demonrrated possibilities the grertest fruit section in the country but thats only half the story The low ratio of population to acreage makes land cheapthatst- he main paint Theres room for success in the great Southwest Illustrated literature sent on request 11 ONE FARE Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each Mouth hill H lKB 0 1 A Little Hock Ark r HI McmHIti n I A IIOWtit 1011r P1 Cltidiinntl O x 1ffi J WeakHearts lv Arc due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indiges tion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of lady gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kauble of Nevada 0 says I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with It I took KoJol Dyapepila Cute for 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a SPRINGTHIS SPRING V The blazing crocus soon will bloom At least we think it will Unless the weather tikes a turn And checks it with a chill The bluebirds soon will sing thtir songs At least they want to though The chances are theyll be delayed By dihtory snow The brown earth nonn will turn to green Wanned by the fipings soft light Unless a siow sturm comes along To paint the whole thing white The laughing brooks will bubble Noon By field and tar st if An April blizzard doesnt come And freeze their watt ri stiff The breath ul spring will won ex hiil- From earth and sky and alt At least it ought to though perhaps The frost wilt nip it there I V Come come litlural Mildnesscome With all your harbingers bringrwraps furs New York Sun aDo You Want Strongth 0If you want to increase your strength you must add to lull not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must he digested UBfumilateil and appropriat ed by the norvcs blood and ihetiemiea before being expelled from the intcs tines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to to and builds up strength in the hu man system It ia pleiieant to the S rtaste and palatable anti the only combination of digcatantR that will digest the toad and enable the system to ap propriate all of its health and strength giving qimlitics Sold by Z Wayne triiiin it Bro in The Evansville and Bowing Green Packet Company has arranged to put in a new passenger beat between Bowling Green and Evansville It Novor Disappoints F S Williiinid proprietor of the Hamilton Drug Co Hamilton Iowa eaye Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed r is practically 1the only remedy he sells for cramps diarrhoea nUll colic for the plain reason that Is never disappoints For sale byall druggists in The novel printed in Uppincott for March is A strong presentation ol the romance in sordid American business life It is called A P vident Wo man and it by Nnth Socea new name RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are 4 Persons who arc thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- ChronicU cases U thats what the doctors call them which in common English means long sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can be J taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Re sure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrappcr of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and 1 1 all druggists 0 UNKNOWN MAN How Mark Hanna Gained His Wife Nearly thirtyeight years ago Mark Hanna was just starting on his bust ness career as a grocer in Cleveland He was poor plodding and to the casualobserver a very every day sort of young man Daniel Rhoades was one of the rich coal owners of the State He had one daughter Gussie the very idol of his soul Mrs Rhc a les her fond mother was a join Idolater at the daughters shrine and the doting parents had dreamed of a rich influential suitor a splendid marriage and a brilliant social career for Gussie when as usual the unex pecttd happened Gubsie Rhoade met and loved the obscure poor young man Mark Hanna Mr Rhoades was astounded when the daring young grocer called upon hint and asked for the hand of his daugh ter He said It no curtly and sharp ly and when he thaw his daughter he tried to scold her but instead he took her in his honest arms and begged her not to think ofIothis unknown man Hanna Gussie Rhoades told her father with many a reassuring embrace that she would never marry without his consent and she addedItBut papa dear I shall never marry any man but Mark Hanna Then she promised her father not to see her lover or write to him for a year at least She kept her promise and in the course of a few weeks al though she never audibly murmured and was sweetly gentle and loving to all about her she grew pale and wan She neither ate not slept The old father was at his wits end Some one proposed a foreign tour for that change of scene which is supposed to work wonders in heart affections and presto at a few hours notice father mother and daughter were on boned an Atlantic liner For nearly a year the change of scene prescription was faithfully pursued and the patient always cheerfully submissive gentle and charming obviously grew frailer day by day Almost in despair the old man brought his child home again and one morning he gathered the courage to ask her if she still cared for Mark Hanna Why father she replied l shall always love Mark I told you that you know a year aoM Poor old Uncle Dan Rhradts That was a bitter day for him but he was equal to the occasion Sending for the obscure young man he raid to him Mr Hanna Guasie luvts you that is my only reason for accepting you as her future husband You are poor Ill fix it so Gussie can live BF she has been accustomed to and I suppose I must see you marry her Now the coning young man cast ever so slight a shadow of his future greatness on the opportunity of the present Mr Rhoades said he 1 most gratefully accept the gift of your daughters love To marry her is for this world to become a paradise for me but I can not make her my wife unless she will be content to live as my means will enable us I can neither accept aid nor permit my wife to accept from anyone So Mark Hanna and Gussie Rhoades were married and the bride went from her lathers big house to live in a tiny little cottage where with one maidoiallwork she was as happy as a queen for some years The Oldest Man A man died at Piscataway N J a few days ago who was probably the oldest person in the world at the time of his death He was born on April i 1772 and would therefore have been 132 years old had he lived till next April i The date of his birth was established by documentary evidence but it had been accpted as true for many years past by those who knew him and he was able to recall so many historical incidents which hap pened considerably more than a hun dred years ago that there seemed to be no doubt that he stated the date trulyThe case will figure in the records of longevity as one of the most re markable Thore have been hun dreds probebly thousands of instance of persons passing the century mark but the number of those who have lived more than a few years longer than that is small The average du ration of human life is about thirty three years though it is somewhat c e y w greater in this county than in Europe An expectation table constructed for the use of insurance companies in New York and officially adopted by that state shows that ol 100000 per sons acd ten years 746 died the first year Of the remainder 746 die the next year Following up the deaths each year until all die it is as certaiu that the average age to which a member of the 100000 group sur vives is fortyeight and seventeenths year Though many die sooner that is the expectation of life bar a person at the aje of ten years After that they died more rapidly At the age of sixty years there are left 57 917 of the orlpiantil 100000 at seven tyfive years there are 26237 at eighty 14 474 at ninety 847 and al ninety live only three and these die in that year According to this ex pectation table not one person In 100000 lives beyond ninetyfive years Theri are quite a number of well authenticated cases of persons living several years beyond the century mark but every year beyond that brings increasing infirmity and great ly increased chances of death Prob ablv there have not been within the historic period as many as a dozen persons who have lived as long as this New Jersey man His name was Noah Raby He was born in North I Carolina and lived many years in Virginia He served as a sailor on the old Constitution and the Brandy wine and was honorably discharged from the navy in 1809 He first saw George VAstin ton at a public meeting fit Yorktown Va and after wards heard him speak at Portsmouth He smoked and chewed tobacco from the time he was ten years old till his heath and was a moderate drinker all his life He was never in love but once and got over that attack by going to sea He never married His recipt for longevity consists of a serious of dontsClIf you want to live to a good old age he would say dont get married dont get scared dont get worried dont get too much work dont get Into fights and dont get drunk too often OJ Foarful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition ofan old soldier by name of J J Havens rersails 0 For four years he was troubled with Kidney diseaso and neither doctors nor medicine give him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifiesU In on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaints Only COc Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist m A Sunflower Philosophy Its a mighty good husbtnd who takes his wife to a matinee Most men vote their prejudice and call it their judgment The crushing ofoneself which some people engage in neither hurts nor does good It has been our experience that a man often admires a woman without wanting to marry herAtchison- Kan Glob Evening it Up Towne Hear what Sniffkins did when the collection plate came round to him in church last Sunday BrowneNo Dropped a button in I suppos- erowneNot even that He leaned over and whispered I paid the pas tors lore In the car yesterday morn ing Well call it squarePhila delphia Press r What God may hereafter require of you must not give yourself the least trouble about Everything He gives you to do you must do as well as ever you can and that is the best possible preparation for what He may want you to do next If people would but do what they have to do they would always find themselves ready for what comes ne- xtDeWitts KBV Salve For Piles Burns Soros FOR SALE Wo have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the lIassey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address THE REPUBLICAN FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR Will Be Given Most Popular Young Lady In This County With characteristic enterprise the Twlco a Week IXQUIHKU Is offering to give the most popular young lady In this county a freo trip to the Worlds fair at St Louis next sum mer In the free trip are included all necessary expenses from the time tho young lady leaves her home until she returns including transportation to St Louis and return parlor or sleep Ing car fare admission to the grounds hotel bill street car fare etc The trip may last as long as two weeks Should the winner prefer the INQUIHKK will give her 1000 ex pense money besides transportation to St Louis and return she to pay her own expenses out of this If she is economical she can save considera ble of the 4000 and keep it The young lady receiving the most votes gets the trip and votes may be secured in only three ways as fol lows 1st a ballot appears in every copy of tho TwlceaWeek INQUIRER 2nd 100 votes aro given with every 100 paid on subscription in advance 3rd rates will bo sold for 50c a hundred The votes will be counted every Monday at noon and the contest closes Thursday March 31 1904 at 2 oclock p m- Any girl of 1C years of age or more is entitled to candidacy Help your sister daughter or sweetheart to get ono of the grand est trips ever offered one that is en joyable and educational by securing subscriptions and clipping tho ballots Write for sample copy of tho Twlce a Week INQUIRER Owensboro Ky for further particulars r Wanted Special Representetive in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise and old established bus iness house or solid financial standing Slary 21 weekly with expenses paid each Moody by check direct from headquarters Expenses ad vanced and horse and buggy furnished when necefsuv position per manent Address The Columbia 630 Monon Bldg Chicago Il 316 IVANTEDMen cr women local representatives for a high chss Mag azine Large commissions Cash prizes Write J N Trainer So East Washington Square New YOlk NY BOSWWORLDSjFAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS ADIlIE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW Railroad Track and- Equipment I WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rntra time of trains Sleeping Cnr Ileser rntlung Etc cull on nny Tlrkot Agent or nil Irons O P McUAUTY JciTI 1ntts Agent Cincinnati Ohio or It N mill V x 11ALouisville Ky 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS dec Anyone lending a sketch and description may quicklY ascertain our opinion an Is at Communlc- atlonutrlctJconl1dolltlal HANDBOOK on Patents eecunngpatontIatonterpcchU notice without charge in the Scientific fliwrican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Inr rost clr culation of nclcntmo journal Terms 13 n year t four monthetl Sold by all ncvridonlers MUNN CO301 r03dW3Y New York Branch Office 25 K St Washington D CI ITIro viutl You Have Always Bought and which has been use far over SO years has borne tho signature of IIsonnlAll Counterfeits Imitations null Justasgood arc hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric 3 rops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation tad Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CITY if Lees Machine Works OWENSBORO KY We are agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR COS selfcontained and Automatic Engines and Boilers Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies We make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We carry in stock Belting Hose Packing of all kinds Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings of all kinds Valves of all kinds We can supply your wants on short notice Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly Tweddell at Hartford Respy Lees Machine Works OWENSBORO KY WORMS 1 WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEMoit In Quantity Best in Quality For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies soxX BY d1IAL naVcGoXSTPrepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Fors ale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky MiKYi bd d ih111 NdrdaNbd l iii 5R- EASONS WHY You should tk a- Cour at the f Massey Business College t- I LOUISVILLE KY I 1 It ii the leading Commercial School in Kentucky 2 Its courses of study are thorough and systematic t 3 A written contract backed by a special deposit of 100000 is given to our graduates In positions paying not less than 4500 per I month immediately upon graduation 4 We pay students railroad fare to h 5 We refund upon graduation Loulsvlllefpupil is not thoroughly satisfied tO Write for Elegant Catalogue and Special Discount Ns+ M t+ iM + l+ ++ t+ d+ 1 J4 + + JlIIIIItlIllfII F ++IJIiW + f jlftllIII +1 + k i1r Groves Tasteless ChiD Tonich- asstood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay50cEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills r SJr J fj 1NII IItrN Ir11 r1 r11 11 IrN Ir1 1 N NN 1 11111 1111 ++++++ ++ III1 + ++ + ++ fA Reception I An Opening i HOUSE WARMII16 Ii J ljEH USE1 i ntmrnwwr t y- i Wo dont care what you see fit to call it but oilt J arch 20th we would like to have every man woman r and child who can possibly get to our store to favor us i with a visit We shall have only one thought for this day and that will be how best to welcome and how best so entertain our friends We are going to hold tH high carnival in the way of a general reception in lion or of our spring opening and we have in our hand and heart a cordial welcome for everybody We have pre pared a little enterainment for our callers mild we as i sure you that the visit will repay you in many ways for the time spent in making it There will bewoll i we just cant begin to tell you but cone and see for yourselfOur Stock will then be in and a better dis play of the worlds best will never be shown in Mart ford Our stock in every department will be complete and the makers have given us their best Our showing t in Ladies Dress Goods Mens Clothing Ladies Shoes Mens Shoes Neckwear and everything needful can only be described bv the word elegant Come and i i see for yourself We expect to devote our entire time r to entertaining Our whole store will be in fresh at rr tire To make it especially interesting to the ladies we tare going to mate them a special inducemnet of Ging i hams The price for that tIny only will be 8c Any f day before or after that day the price will be 12c t Last year we made a price of tic but the advance on t account of high priced cotton is 2c to us But we on ly ask an advance of 2c now Vhynot get a supply 1 on that day This price is for cash oil 1rCome to our Spring Opening Come and bring your friends Stay all day stay part of the day stay one or I ten minute 1 mlll sure and Cole for we will be pleased if you do and finl sorry if you dont JCUSOfl e COfrsontaatTrtr t I6 nn Hartford Republican iMued liv the liiirtfnril tlilillohtnir Company ttsvuronx tI C I t it ttdlu- ratczterr aia 11 0a DAY MARCH 18 OINCI MLAT tHe 1tLINf- ed to nufiounio UMi + 1 il itc for tbe OIHcvof lillir- i 1 i to tbwnctloii of tin lip i Ii Legislature hedIt natural tit tu at 12urlcc p in Tuesday II fHK General enibiy NVudnesday IFere1U ou the sloop cure Long mi y the HoQioolent spell last tMYYYtYAIlM 4 PUt KNT iuUications pof11t to Will iai R Hearst of Jv pyi tIll tho nc t Democratic nominee for 1rosi tit Lt r flows ClKVKIAND ii laid to 1C tit greatest living William 1 Bryan th realist dadand David B H the greatest resurrected Demo rl lyMUaW ANMIIRMM Icxxtc kind nn isaue fur the next 1b mocralic Katiouttl platform to- tvI icb nay Democratic uowepaper can agree with Jtwli1 for as many M three ill uc- ewwrlwwt lanr w THE ncpnt Legislature relieved the c ngeiUi Stutfc Treasury of snore I hap et million unlIt half of dollare ariou8 and sundry individuals printing companies and institiitioua are the beneficiaries t mswwrmarnv Title Morinoui that John Brown vbo figured in affairs just before the Civil War was HE lawless as thoy are Jliitory recite that John Brown wash mged Ii there nuy cue in Utah t ekiog that kind of inartydomV I WHEM President Smith of the Mor mon church returned to his home in Utahhe wns met by his five wivwaud the kidding they gave iiim was I worthy of note BHICHT And early Tuesday morning tow old ground hog came forth nirain According to tradition he had lain dormant for the put six weeks because he ww bis shadow when be emerged ar ninny weeks ago A FAIR illustration ul gialt may tte had it you wilt note the evidence brought out before the committee which investigated the States public printing A job which according to experienced printers could have been done for 83000 cast the State under its latter day government 880 000 nw IYtYr Tin Bribury InvestigatiogCoin wit tee reported that itwaa unable to rind a scintilla or evidence to Mistain the charge that some ot the menibers of the Legislature had doninnded money tit whiskand tobacco com pftuioa for the passage of certain law Such a ueciaion wa a forgone con clusion by over one who was convor rant wilh tho manner in which these investigations wore had rrn int nIaMsns4 141 inn vote buyer cm now rest us urcd that his purchased goods will be delivered The recent Legisla clmnccIiiuinnl re istnituiu and the isaual of 1I certiiicnte which must bj presented at the polls to entitle the voter to a ballot The law practically ofiers 111 reward to those who become the JIIOli proficient in the illegitimate traffic tI votebuying No penalty whatever is attached to the buying of these certificates and the unscrupulous vote grabber can effectively prevent nay one who will part with them from t casting u vote Pr TEACHFJIS registers for the com mon schools were made last year at a cost of 28000 to tho State rite printers of the CourierJournal lob Printing Company testified before the public printing investigating committee that the wurl could have been done for 84000 This slows n grllft of 24000 H V McChejiiov then Superintendent of Public Instruction through whose office the job was Beckhamfpaid are morally responsible for tai enormous rakeoil which the Globe Printing Company an an nex to the administration and com posed ot a gang of organized poli tcians was permitted to secure rwIOroRt t The following is a sui n inryof last Mondays work of our solons in the Legislature as reported by the CourierJournal Amnni tIll iiifiinuro plKcil by tilt 111i lucky HOIISJ at its hire sesxlotts lwltlnIrIday wn th bill NUtiuilttliiK to a vote uf tin l oiilttat tIll NovombiT liHtlou Il o5 tlie ijurntloii otrelnrnlnii to till viva voce HNK tout tit vutlum the bill crrutlnir tIll ruuntv i 1 Tliurnc vnd the bill appropriating Siiiitd for the erection of a ntutue of liov Uoebel There is no necessity for returning to the old witty of voting and the Dem cratic majority in the house hope some advantage to accrue to the Dem ocratic party if the old system is again inaugurated It will not be forgotten that Democrats a tow years agoclamored vociferously for a secret ballot in the hope that success tor them would be easier Now they are as loud in their demands for a return to the old WilY of voting and you maybe sine that the same spirit prompts thorn now as did then11re can readily see why the new county of Thome was a necessity There are about eight good Democrats up there who want jobs One wants to be County Judge another County Clerk another Shorifi and still another County Attorney nodFo on until all the new places or filled But why 80000 of the peoples money should be expended to erect a statue of Wm1 Goebel we are unable to see Great Kentuckians such as Henry Clay Abraham Lincoln and numerous oth ers have heretofore died antino statues have heel erected at the public expense to perpetuate their memory Why Legit the practice now OTHProper Treatment for Pueu monla PnouiiRinia ill a too dangerous a diaeiue fur anyone to attempt to doc tor hiuifelt although he may have tilt proper remedies at hand A physician should always he called It should be bourn in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from attack of the grip and by the proper treatment of these die eases a threatened attack of pneumo Ilia may be warded oil There is no question whatever about this as luring the thirty y arn and mor that Chamberlains Cough Jfcuicdy has been used we have yet to learn of a single rave of a cold or attack of the grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used It is also used by physicians in the treat ment of pneumonia with the lt results Dr 111 Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggists PVS of it J have been Felling Chamber Iains Cough Itemed v and pu crib ing it in my practice for the past six years Itoe it in cases of pneumo nin and have always gotten the btet results Sold by nil druggists in SALEM KY March 16Rt Salvage filled hlS regular appointment at this place last Sunday Rev W MI Jiukcns is holding n protracted meeting ut this place Mr H C Wilson of Dyersburg Tenn returned home lat Tuesday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs J G W51 mil- MisJ Iva Cummings was the guest of her schoolmate Miss Minnie Wilson lust Wednesday evening Mr J A Stoner anl family visited vas Stunners jarents Mr C V- ard Mary Christian last week Mr J1 Daniel and little children v iiited Mr J R Wilson and f tuily Itt Saturday nay Sunday Mis 8 OrA 11 Wilson WitS the guest of Misss Jessie and Bessie lttl y last Sunday Little Betcie Dinltl of Oaton is Ilsltlng ltttle Ora Wilson near Roslne this week Mrs Rena Wilson has the measles Mrs John FSmrich and Ron Ocar Tyronzt Ark visited MM lituricha brother Mr A H Rnwnn te first of the week Mrs limrlch and son tccompanlcd by Mrs Rowan tent to nuckos yesterday to visit r lath m and friends Peculiar To ItselfIn what it is and what it docs con taining the best bloodpurifjing alterative and tonic substances and- effecting the most radical and per manent cures of nil humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings anti building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health i anti strength at so little cost- I was troubled with scrofula anti cmno near losing my eyesight For four mouths I could not see to do miythlnir After taking two bottles of Hoods Snrt ninrillu I could see to walk and when 1 had taken eight bottles I could see as well as over Srsic A UAIHS TON Withers N C Hoods Snrsnparllla promises to euro and koops tho promise TWO WAYS Of Telling a Story or a Retrospective on the Day After the Night Before At seven oclock on the evening of Marh I3th I9 3 none of the splen did mansions 01 the stately little city sat a htnutlful young lady in anticipation ot the coming of a diffident young man who according to precon certed arrangement was to accompa ny her to church At the appointed time the young man announced his advent by a timid ting of the doorbell and erelong the journey to the house of worship be gan Rut the angels had selected tbis night of nil nights to wash the bule dome of the universe and the snble Goddess of night land wrapt the world in rayless najssty Nothing illuminated the detp and profound gloom which enveloped the evening but the auroial bauty and splendor in the maidens eyes Their pathway led across n deep ravine The lady went before nnd attempted to lead the meek and lowly escort acre S3 the point of danger At this critical moment mnnlfeatntion of or jonlc electricity nuled by an unfortu note gust of wind raised the youti guuilcm ms hIll fnm hs pViird fume uI lutu lu and laid mt r ml to tel in a turbid pOllflf wse lit the bottom of the gulch To the young mnii this ww not comedy but tragedy He toot not how to wig lima first unpultit DO duubt Will to leave the would by the quickest nud thcrUsl luutr Ii the midst of his cotifuHtOQ and utter help ksunef 8 R situ small voice I ad to him Frnr not I am with you Chen leasMucd be became almost a nero and boldly stood out in the tweet while the young lady went to a neijhbjrs hume w cured a light re tnrnel rescued the hat and took tbo young man on his way to church ru j icing IoutlIn pent cttiwMt is Aomnna apc al lot to soften our mitot tines at wellItrimmed ami burning these dark rainy nights and by ref airing the crtSMn s Some ot these are in n sad plight Last Sunday tyening one of the riving younp magneto of Hart fort wns escorting n fair young dam sel to chuich and barely missed a ser cuf mlsrnj on a crossing on the Brfayir Dam nnd This gallant youpy knIght 1Jtl s hat by the gnle that was howiI nnd there in the fotkntsilthilt h = could ulmost feel in coufiision and baiehended he meekly vaited till the excited young lady could run to a neighbors and borrow n lantern They found In the yawning ditch his drenched and muddy hatAs he stalled to church with hared brow and uncertain utep by the side if a Hartford beauty he might have been taken for a chivnlrus Knight or iome cinquerinp hero uncov red In the presence or applauding multitudes This arrow escape front maimed limbs or a broken neck is an elo quent and pathetic appeal to our City fathers to light our streets andre pair the crossings OASTOnXABoats thothe i Always Bought Signature of iII OneMes1 teough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup A Happy Thought I T 1s that we are null ready to extend to the purchasing pub I liIL special invitation to visit our store lull inspect ono of the most carefully selected stocks of Dry Clouds Dress i ioods Waistings Shoes Jells Ties Laces Kmbroideries t etc that has ever Deem shown in this section Our sue t cess and gradual increase in business has brought us illi very close business relation with mhm1111 now faces a appreciation is shown in our renewed cllorts to please i I and good values to all t OUR REPUTATION t As furnishers of stylish head wear fin Ladies Misses 1111a Children has reached its xenith with this seasons pur chases The greatest display of readylowears within j your reach The elaborate taste of Miss 1irtle the sty lish ellects of her purchases together with her superioi J skill are fully exemplified No one bears in mind more + carefully the Ivied wants of her many customers than t a Piss rirtle so visit her early and get choice of a se a Ice ion I t fANEXPRESSION + Of satisfaction ill price quality and style comes from I everyone buying our line of clothing and to continue elltodate1 highgrade wellfitting Suit at a small margin is our motto liny 110111 our line It will save you money and a please you i t t SATISFACTION4 4 4 Is always the result when you buy the W L IougltsS shoe For style comfort and durability it cannot he stir Wlij A line of Hoys and Childrens shoes monevT t j A WORD TO YOUS+ Our very great sues in business is attributed to our qualiiti to you a very Ip ol1 to our store n f t stylehighI scJo TCHBNQRjA McHctiry KV f Ceee e 177QR N7L17faV417IOYli419RtTOt 11 ROCKPORT KY- Kockpmt Ky Mnrch 17 The miners nt Kchnln voted on the uttikr laertion TtuPlhy seventeen votrtl for the reduction aid 7 t voted fur higher wages The Rex Medicine Company with a capttHl stock of 25000 boa been itgttiiixvd here for the purpose of monulnctuting the Rex Rheumatic Itniiuent Geo II Ilnhannnn Pres dent V S Warden Vice President and H L Dnpuy Secretary Unknown pens as broke one of the large windows in the wRiting 100111 at the I C depot Saturday ntght Representative Inrks is here from i Frankfort Jlhn Heck wt S taken into custody by MaiMhal Tilford here lant FjJdny IllIiICJJCdmoney nearly three years ago and the other within the loot five or six lelllgldiscovered He came back here two months ego nnd remained until arrested Friday He was delivered to Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown of Hartford nnd wan taken to the county jail where he Is at present incarcerated awaiting an examining trial It is the general opinion here that Heck will receive a sentence in the penitentiary treating All who use Atomizers in nasal catarrh will get the best results from lilys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tub 75cts Sold by all druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y Orleans Sept t19oo botIl1escustomer Wm Lamberton 1415 Del achalse St New Orleans he hon used the two bottles giving him wonderful nnd most satisfactory results Gco W McDuff Pharmacist J jt rare New IIYRrIM111t1fRp Can You Figure 11 200GiGTeY1 L3w1L57 JTo Cl STo MIIKS 0i Carson 009vjV j t HARTFORD KY How runny votes will he cost for Congress in Ohio county ut the November election this calIFor the one who can guess the numbror ntnrcat to thu ccrrect number of Congrejwiotinl votes cast we have the following cash gllle H First 11carestGuese5000S- econd 2500 Third jQOO Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 11000ITutal20000For each dollars worth of goods bought of Caison Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in thisrCongressional contest The con test will he decided according to the decision of the election com mlssloners who will meet nt Frankfort to canvass the vote afterinow The more tickets the better your chances CAHSON Co Inc OABTOE 4 1 Boughtslgnatorocf w tw rFor Easter Shoppers xn + wwrnrvurwrrwsrrnrr We are showing our entire line of Laces Embroideries Medallion Trimmings Waist Goods Belts Hosiery Kid Gloves Woolen Dress Goods ReadyMade Skirts Etc A line too varied to mention Come and see EmbroideriesOne thousand yards of Embroideries run ning front 1 to 2i inches pretty patterns at last years price 5c per yard Two thousand yards running in widths from X to S inches worth today front loo to Hoc per yard our price on entire lot lOc a IIII20c Beautiful Val Luces and Al lovers front 2o to 125 per yard S Spring Percals I These goods are sure to have the ascenden cy for early Spring Waists We have aj beau i tiful line to select from at the old prices lOc I and 12ic per yard 0 I Spring GitigViatns These are staples at all tinges for Yens Shirts Ladies Waists and Children GarIments They come in checks and stripes all j the new shades for Spring Old price lOc Reraieimber We are closing out at cost any of our Winter j Overcoats Suite Underwear Mend and HoyiHoots Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes I If you need any of these Goods come antIIthem 1htytle cheap Remember the PlaceThe BargainGivers i I j i S- 3S r otu r Our line of Itiitlothing fur the Spring trade has and is now ready fur your in spection We are now handling the celebrated Sterling raiul 10111It We have also receivedour line of new Spring Mats fur monoVo handle the famous Swan Brand the best on the market We have also received our line of Spring SltoeslHamilton Brown Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Our lino of Spring Shirts are all in We also have few black Clay Worsted Suits whieh still go at 215a bargain A lew bettor Suits at toO Three pairs mens Suspenders 2oc Best Calico 5c Joodi Bleached Cotton nc Good Cot tOll Socks oc six big Mandker uhieh 2je Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 18 u New Seed Potatoes at Carson Bros Lunches at City Restaurant toe up Seed Potato Onions at Carson Bros J IT Brown Render was In town Tuesday IM W Bell Malar s was in town Tuesday W Hale Fordsville was in i Tuesday Fresh Oysters and Fish nt Ci Restaurant V M Mosley Render was in t city Tuesday Dr Btrnhlll Frrdsville was in t city Tuesday thcIDr Lawliss Horse Banch was town ufsdayIS P McKenney Cromwell was in town Wednesday Hice Condit Pt Pleasant was nout town Wednesday III A Owen OJ ton called at this office while in town Tuesday Ed Curtif Ctralvo culled at this office while in town Tuesday T Iglehtntt barest called to see us while in town Saturday R H Bsshaiii Rtsine called to to see us while in town Tuesday C G Kimbley Centertown call to see us while in town Saturday Frank Wallace Rosine called at this office while in town Saturday Gents furnishing goods a specialty- at ECONOMY STORK E C Baird Betfn made us quite pleasant call while in town FridaI Our new suits ore ready for yet inspection ECONOMY STORK City Restaurant is the most uplo date pace in Hartford Call n ndjgee Fried Fish Corn Bread had Hot Coffee at City Restaurant duing Court A F Midkifl Sulphur Springs made us a very pleasaut call while in town Friday City Restaurant will be the pace set your meals and lunches during Circuit Court r islat Mrs Lou and Consultation free If w R I JItJIp1LQ1fl wSrJ i Jwl Ijwwwuc u 35z- hZ WSJ wy wy wy wJw 1 y b if 1 evv pring r uS r irAge 1 arrived J tuitW0 a grade S J J A p r n sic c 4eAs spmo is limited we cnn quoto you but It f w prices this week but we b 44have many rare BARGAINS in store file you so como old see jor yourself and g- cq that ours is the cheapest house in the county Sq be 26 tit 4qxT CYUr8 aor Ii3- xt ixzE r 4 4 SAM BACH Hartford b Q t i tr waa a o9 W v warrorI V Ywaaaarc V arvw WI yttI 11he new Bead Belts at Fairs The latest in Turnovers at Fairs New Rindymode Skirts at Fair New Woolen Dress Goods nt Fairs New Kid Gloves for Easter at Fair Fairs new Shirts nt 5JC are the 7 kind New Side Comb and Back Combs at Fairs Geo T Tinsley Render was the city Tuesday vnDont tail to visit the Economy Store for Clothing yNicest line of Candies and Fruits in Hartford at City Restaurant IeNovelties in Veiling Stick Pins and Shirt Waist Sets at Fairs IeFifty pairs new Lace Curtains from 750 to 2 50 per pair at Fairs Dont lull to attend our opening March 26th CARSON Co toOyster Stew Oyster Soup and Veg etable Soup at City Restaurant So good Capt W H Moore who has been quite ill for sometime is able to be again New Ginghams Percales White Goods and Fancy Waistings for Eas ter at Fairs I H Jamison Horse Branch called at TUB REPUBLICAN office while In town Tuesday See Fatrs new Embroideries nnd Laces They are splendid values at 5 cents and 10 cents edCall at Carson Bros for anything you need in the grocery line FreshtIstock always on hand Mis C W Sturgeon Evansvllle is visiting her mother Mrs J M Mclntyri who is very ill Mrd Ford Casebier and her mother lInlaw Mrs Hulda Casebier are quite at their home on Clay Street trUntil further notice is given we will pay ascents in trade for good firstclass butter CARSON Co A Anderson foremen of THE RE IUDUCANs typho raphical force went I to Owensboro Tuesday and returned Vednes lay E E Birkhead manager of T J Turlsy S Cos business house here has been confined to his room for sVenl days of the grip Ginghamstosee m are I selling at the old time low prices ECONOMY STORK Glnghamllorbe S cents for cash or its equivalent ou that day only CARSON Co Call to see our new Suits They 14rewell at 10 andvISoo They cut be grater elsewhere nt these low voices ECONOMY STORK Our newt Rpring Shoes sand Slippers ire arriving now and will be read fr you iu a few days Call and flee them We invite inspection aud com parison ECONOMY STORK Young man dont fail to visit uatlwhen you went to dress up We can dress you better Rod for less money than any place you have ever tried ItcoNmt Y STURJi A F Midkifl Sulphur Springs delivered in 12000 pounds of tobacco to Mr French Vickers nt this place Ist week lor which he rtinliztd 500 This is the largest delivery for the seas ro- W E Render sun of Ftq W PaRender Matnnzis has beeu elected to and has accepted the cnshierslup t the Lirermore Deposit Bank He will enter upon his new duties within short tlmevSoJ Ttcheniii McHenry gets of the old ot continued frithlsthe advcrtistjintnt oi his jn njtj olh ck of goods which are all for sale Mr Tichennr haj by strict business methods built up an cxt usiv trade and this spring he has mote t gloferSecret Wedding liiwe + 0GecrntrnJennie Layman n popular Iud attrac tie young lady of CmineUon were C married in Evansville on December and1913 The news of the marriage only be came known Monday night when the ter couple passed through this city from of- T uisville en route to Oweusboro thamusic school in Cincinnati nil this year tr P BARNES BRO f t 15Cinn an UptoDate Bilsiness 0 n n v arrivingii the business centers of the country securing those nov i r cities that will not fail to win your admiration 1 3 uptodate dependable merchandise iioverydepart 1 i ment from which you can poslti your 5 moneys worthr i 6T j 1 p Ti Dainty New Corsets Its Corset time Wo have been jCorsetsdate line is not to be had Our new 0 spring styles are now in Buy one tofour new spring models before haying 0 your new gown fitted and you will save many vexations Prices are hOc 75c 100 and 125 M oI toReadyMadeThe approaching spring finds us greatestIdemandsfrom 1 i gance beauty fit and hisiReadyMade Skirts stir 3 passes all former show ings Made of the vestson and tailored after the latest approved fashion We quote you Ladies Skirts at 200 J D 0C3 Cf 5 CG t 750 800 and 10 ryFarmers Special Department Our Harness and Saddlery Department contains ev i crything you need in Collars Pads Humes Traces j Backhands Rope Lines Bellybands Bridles Breech t iand Hamestrings We sell the famous Oliver Chilled Plow the best on earth Bring us your Pro duce and remember we keep everything you need E i leaver Danti Ky tI of 11 t RENDER KY lIerlrinl1llast weekand was the guest of his atyLtfbnnon Junction Mr Joe Tillotd of Rockport was in town tart Friday W S Vi+ kof Owensboro was in Saturday Mr Hugh Jones of Ktnsso Ky vitited hs brotktr Hywel Jones and friends here last week Chas R Layton of Rockport was tovn Sunday Mis + Myrtle limes of Rockpott wIn the guest of MiMses Flora and Mrtinie Baldwin lent weekHuynesI Mr and Mis George Jnysotivllle Indare visiting Mr Mrs Jntues Martin this week Dr II B Inni who has been con fined to his room with pneumonia for two weeks in Mr Virgil ImprovingJ visited Messrs Francis and ofti ends and relatives in Central City SundayMr George Barnes Beaver Dam Sundays auraeoof McHenry and Render Saturday evening from seven to eleven oclock in honor ol Misses Flora Haynciand Mamie Baldwin of All present report a time Mr Tom Stlramin clerk for the C j Si I Co at this place visited his j parents in Bremen Ky Saturday SundayIMrs Annie Andrews little dough Hallle died yesterday mornivg pneumonia Her remains were interred in the Beaver Dam cemetery l is alternonn W J Rowe visited in Rockport end Central City Sunday I i IMr1 H Brown was in Beaver week Several from here attended court in Hartford hut week Born to the wife of Mr William Sloan last Friday a fine girl Mr Arthur Bnkr of Taylor Mines wan in town Sunday SMALLHOUSE KY March 16 Mr and Mrs Charlie Ovcrton returned to their home yes terday after an absence of several weeks at the bedside of Mrs Overtons sister Miss Nannie Lawrence Falls agoI eral sympathize with them in their sal bereavement Born to the wife of Mrs Wood Harser recently a twelve pound boy Mrs W E Btllaand little daugh ter were tht guests of her parents at Ceralvo Friday night Misses Ora Maddux Eulnh With row Ethel Fulkerson Ethel Hunter Debbie Taylor and Lela Hunter at tended the prola ted meeting at Cer alvo hat wtek Mr Alva Calloway aud little daughter Mnud are on the nick list Messrs Aha Galloway and Thos Howell were in Cantertown last FridayA of Mr and Mis Ray Ad dingtons friends supprised them Saturday evening with a storm party They were entertained with pit and flinch all report n pleasant time M and Mrs Addington will move in the noar future ton house recently vacated by Mr Henderson Kirtly in McLean county v If troubled with weak digestion belchingor sour stomach use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will got quick relief For sale by all druggists m I lTHE SADDLE NORSE How lie Should be Treated Trained and Handled Some Interesting Facts From a Recognized Authority A saddle horse is one that can be ridden with a lighthnnd on either the curb or snf fflnor both He should guide by the nrck be respon sive to heel and hand so that he can be readily collected and mnde to go in form A will trained horse goes without pulling or yawing his head and can walk well and fast trot han dily flexing both knees and hocks at equal height this giving casein post ing and not tiring theback The horse should set off on a quiet easy canter when askedany horse can gallop and lead with either loot at the will of the rider Clf these charac teristics can be found in connection with a finished conformation one might say that he owned a typical saddle horse The layman has but a small conception of the time trouble patience perseverance and skill required to educate a saddle horseHorses are like people some learn ing more readily than others but no horse con be properly mouthed and thoroughly trained In less than a year some requlrelng even longer When a horsecomes Into my school his lessons begin with a plain snaffle bit reguardless of any previous expe rience the horse niay have bad With this bit his jaws are thoroughly flexed and supplied so that he re sponds and yields to the slightest pressure on bit and rein He Is taught to back not forced and to stand while being mounted In six weeks the bit and bridoonproperly the double bridle is put on and the same lessons are given over again After the horse has been accustomed to the double bridle his lessons in walk trot and canter begin What Is meant by flexing and supplying of the neck and jaws of a horse can not be defined on paper It might be comprehended by illustration but much more clearly by actual observa tion of the work when being done by skilled and competent hands Anyhow this system is sept rate from anything and everything like force and Is directly opposite to that of Kentucky trainers which they terns setting his head by pulling his nose in with the crub and forcing him against it with the spurs which re sults In the horse carrying himself in bad instead of good form A horse thus taught is fighting the bit more or less which unbalances his action and detracts from his comfort to the riderA womans saddle horse is the most difficult to obtain however great a price one may be willing to pay be cause the horse must closely approxi r mate perfection For owing to the aide seat and her comparative lack of strength a woman has but little con trol over a horse thus rendering it im perative that her horse should be of even temper with great courage and perfect manners a light mouth true and level trot so that she can post easily or sit close as she may selectAny stamp of horse very rare Is what is termed the weigh carrier And it Is a misaken Idea that beef and bones are the essentials ofa weightcarry horse More depends on how the animal is put together The legs should be wide and thin the sinews of whipcord texture shoulders oblique with great depth of girth and shot back A horse so conform ed should cleverly carryiny 19 per cent of his weight A wellbred well trained saddle horse Is not only your servant but becomes your companion and Is first of all physicians Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Slither a break ninn of Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for Hevoial weeks with inflam matory rheumatism I used many rcmi ics he says Finally Isent to McUawy drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which I time I WEll unable to use hand or loot and in one weeks time was able to go lo work tie happy us a calm For Mile by ulldnikcists i County Boards of Health The Legislature has materially el aged the pr nt system of County I 31of Health The Bourne bill Red is the color of danger whether on the semaphore or on the skin When the face is reddened by eruptions when boils break out on the body or the angry red of sores and ulcers is displayed in the natures danger siguaLThe blood is byimpuritiesno safety until the blood made pure Dr tierces Golden Med ical Discovery purifies the blood and removes the effete matter which clogs null corrupts it It cures pimples boils eczema scrofula sores ulcers and other consequences of impure blood I feel greatly thankful for what your medicine has done for me writes sirs ChilL Hood of Kalknska oUch I suf fered with scrofula of the head for twelve Tried every kind of medicine that I heard of but found no cure Every one that looked at IU head said the never saw like it The last doctor I doctoredwith before applying to you I got wont every day was so that I was unable to do any work at all After taking two or three bottles ofyourGalden Medical Discovery and the local treatment you prescribed for me J was curedand my head was entirely free from scrofulaAccept no substitute for Doctor Piercea Golden Medical Discovery There is no other t as good for diseases of the blood ana the eruptions which are caused by the bloods impurity FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only twentyone onecent stamps for the hook in paper covers or thirty one stamps for the doth bound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buf falo N V- provides for a county board of health composed of five members three ment bers appointed by the State Board one by the County Judge In each county and the other by the Fiscal Court Each County Board Is em powered to choose from Its number a secretary who by his position shall be termed the County Health Offi cer His duties are not confined exclusively to the secretaryship but the Investigation of all matters which are likely to prove detrimental to the public devolves upon him Of the County Board he is the only one who shall receive a salary and the amount Iis fixed by the Fiscal Court of the I county The Legislators think this sort of board will save the State much money and place the counties in bet ter position to combat contagious diseases At present the county boards are directed by the State Board and in case where the State Board takes charge of a small pox I situation in a county the expense fre quently assumes enormous proper tious The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much j abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only gennuine Witch Hazel Sal vetA certain cure for TetterI dangerous while theyare all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DeWitt it Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by Zane Grif fin fe Bro m TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Intro Iimitlve llroitio Quinine Tablet alt ilrilBiilHtH refund the moncv It It hills to run W IroveB HlRtmturu In on each box cIHelp Your Town Praise it- Improve it Talk abont it Write about it Trade at homeIBe public Take a home pride in it Tell of its business men Remember is is your home Tell of its business resources Tell of its natural advantages Trade and induce others to trade hereWhen strangers come to town use them well Dont call vour best citizens lauds and imposters j Support your local institutions that benefit your town took ahead of self when all the town ia to be consilerediHelp your public officers do the most good for the most people I Dont advertise in the local paper to help the editor but advertise to help yourself D ut forget you live off the peope here and you should help others as they help you I y RIPANS Tabulfs j Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Ibo I OIIl1t Hiikotliifnoiiirhtor iiMiitlinrnKloin supplybur DIES FOUND Damaging Evidence Secured Against A C Beatty of Fordsville Plates With Which he Raised and Counterfeit Bills Discovered Under his Safe Very convincing evidence has been found against A C Beatty of Fords ville who was arrested several months ago in Louisville charged with counterfeiting money Beatty was a photographtr of Fordville After his arrest detectives searched his office for evidence They failed in their search however Eiily this week the father of Beatty went to the studio to remove the furniture When a heavy safe in the corner was moved dies and pates used in the manufacture of the bills were found The story of Beattys arrest was very Interesting at the time He went to Louisville over the I C rail road Upon his arrival in Louisville he was arrested by Detective Donella of the secret service In his pocket was found a large roll of raised bills He expressed much surprise that they should be found there and de clared stoutly that he had never seen them before He toll the story of confidence men and knockout drop but he was held to await the pleasure of the federal grand jury A few days after the arrest Detec tive Donella went to Fordville and searched the studio thoroughly He opened the safe and ns he thought had looked into every nook and cranny He missed a recess in the HOT under the site however and it was here that Marshal La n ha in and the constable of Fordsville found the plates when the effects wire removed from the building These have been forwarded to Louisville and will probable convict Beatty Beatty had a peculiar system of counterfeiting He combined photograph and printing The plates were partly photographic and partly dies andwith them be succeeded in mak ing same very clever imitations of the real articles Several hundred dollars worth were found in his pos sessionKentucky Democracy Democracy in Kentucky with its noodle and blackmailing investigations its Bryan advocates Cleveland supporters and Hearst followers its administration and antiadmlnistn lion cliquesandother things too numerous to mention seems to be traveling a rocky rondo The Demrcrntic Chicago Chronicle rises to r nak From ail accounts the Democratic party is more demoralized in Ken tucky than it is in any other South ern State The a ion now in con trol of the organisation is far atical in its errors and v lliany It has driven the best men of the party into retire I meat i nd it has set up a radicalism hu InDIGlSTIOH I was troublod with ptom- aoh trouble Thcdforda Black toadIntors medIcIne I took in a- yearMRS SARA II E BUIUFIELD Kllettsville Ind Draught9uickl stomach and ofindigestion Thedfords sionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS BLA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation tLan Lany other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not 0111re lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps tho bowels regular AU druggist cell 25cont packages JJ1nckIrnught bowelsJSiwadsFerry COHiSnPATIOO I which is AS widely separated from Democracy as are the poles from each other Its leaders are in every way inferior to the men who for so many years stood for Kentucky in the coun cils of the party and the nation The Courier Journel copies it and adds threateningly- The thoughtful wren of Kentucky are beginning to assert themselves The recent Hearst disclosures are ranking all Democrats to stop and think Gov Beckham and his clan cl iireconsil heR who will take no body for leader but Mr Bryan and nothing but the Kansas City platform as a line of battle are going to have it all their own wny either in the counties or in the State Convention The Courier Journal being a newspaper and not a political organizer will not be there to meet them But all Intelligence and all patriotism are not yet dead in Kentucky There is life in the old State yet We wait patiently to see who gets the others scalpPaducah Sun Wanted Boy Properly Spanked- A school teacher boxed theear of a pupil a few days ago The boy told his mother and the next day the teacher received the following note Nature has provided a proper place for the punishment of a boy and it is not his ear I will thank i you to use it herea- fterASHVILLE N1 C I CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL Land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau the low est point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situ ated in the most favorable portion of the Temperate Zone The official government records of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unmistakable evidence give the following averages Spring 5359 F Summer 70 72 F Autumn 3348 F Winter 3887 F With a maan for the whole year of 5415 F and mean relative humidity of but 65 pee cent A natural Paradise where all hUt man ills find quick reliefIReached only by the SOUTHERN RAILWAYFor of the Sky booklet Su 111 1111 r Resort folder etc send a two rent stamp to Geo B Allen Asst Gen Pats Agent St Luis Mo C H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky CATARRHICUHE Itou CATARRH ELYS CREAM BALM hnsy lad plraMaut to- Ile I iiitjiiim no in jiirliinn ilrilir It IN inicklv nlihorlc Ill IiinH Itllllf lit Otltl It OllIIH Hill rilIIIIKfH till NllMl- lIliHiniriH AllilV Ililln HEADIrotloctlMviulirmic HiHtorpri thiKviitvH nnil TiiHtitmiil Snifll law siiii do reiitn lit liriiir lxtM or by mull trill Sirs 10 cuntx bv amid KIY ItUOTIlKUS M Wurrvn st Now York H DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleeper St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Texarkana Da Its Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rites in effect daily during March and April 19 4 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 63 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City toOjden etc Home seeker and Colonist rites to v trious points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map frlitrs descriptive liteiature mtes etc con suit nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTiimvs T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky THIS IS A- Presidential Year And you will want to be reliably In formed at nil times on important questions such as PANAMA AN1- 1jT1CA1iIiA CANAL IilclllOPlii IA ill And many other questions that the Congress of the United States is now considering To net your nets sttnight and without hills or editorial opinion it will hi necessary for you to take a truthlul Republican paper The LouisvilleI HeraldLorisvi UK KY Is that kind of a newspaper publish I ed In the Interests of all the people it has grown to he a power in the State You can secure a years sub scription to the Weekly Herald and Tin RKiUnucAN for 1 25 nets Frcmpti PoBltlvn Curt for Impotent low of Manhood Simlnai tmlitloni Sptrmatcntita Ntitouinits Self 0aInst Lon of Mimem Ac Will make a 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stud necessary you should patronize home where you can your own phones and your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole eosin ty and business points generally by paying a reasonable relit the Rough River Telephone Company they will be whole expense 11 you say HO We connect with all In dependent Companies For particular call S T Stevens Mata er Hartford Kv u AT ISMV diseased kidneys can the remedy its oiled is- Oat instantly Try it and hecheergist r OIL COif t Louisville Ky DoYoulaJc Quinine Lltsmalaria 10 to 1 you do if you arc a victim Dont Do Its Dangerous Well admit it will euro malaria but leaves almost deadly after effects HEIRpurely vozotablo rtml absolutoly guaranteed to euro malaria sid headache biliousness and all stomach klduoy and liver complaints IT TODAY SO Cents ix Bottlo All Drurjirjisto 011 liMlluiii Nn llll all iltuiN till hIx y rte Kv to or nt the on It it is ratax xaetmnt 7 For Sale J H Williams Hartford Ky I t ThC 1 Ie a c9ii1n One DayoDays Bromo post months North Nnitih Hound IrllI llitloiiH iniiklliK ACIIHII Notary IVimtoiiH rtI1I Mttrlitlini liiilliHo lilnrnriv Talk folks buy build only has TRY FsXsetl by on every box 25ctI 4 ON THE WATER WAGON Animals Will Not Drink Liquor Unless Trained to It Given a fair chance would the brute niiinmlH Inclination lead hliu to become a drunkard is the latest scientific problem that Toby Hum ilton the press agent of the liarnum and Rally circus has evo ved from his fertile brain To watch the solution of this question Toby invited a fdozen newspaper men und some friends up to winter quarters of the show at Bridgeport His experimen tal canvas with fifty or more animals from over the world made clear the fact that the brute animal prefers water by a large majority That said Toby Hamilton after the experiment was over is con elusive proof of their inferior intelli genceThe wickedest animals were tried first A pan of beer was put in the cage of a superb lioness but she wouldnt touch it The lion in the next cage however drank it all but wouldnt touch any of the other II quors That was explained later by the fact that Tammany Tom is a native of German Host Africa One of the pumAs took a taste of claret but no othets of the cat family would indulge in anything at nil The big lions both of them waxed very angry and roared until the whis ky was taken out of the cage TIle hyenas merely laughed at the prof fend drink When a trough of gin was passed In to one of the leopards he leaped nim bly to the back of the cage No coax ing could bring him out The cat family worked their unappreciative r way through the wine list without doing any more than wetting their to s in the various drinks All of the monkeys tasted sparingly of everything that was passed to them They didnt want to take a chance of missing anything One thing discovered about them howev er was a fondness for tobacco Cig ars and cigarettes were eagerly accepted and the monkejscarelully un rolled the tobacco and chewed it up A trough of beer was put in front of the funnylooking len ae tapir and she thrust her peculiar snout in to the liquor and drank it nil up tier tnate however wouldnt touch n thingThe three giraffes held their noses so high up In the air when the spirit uous troughs were circulating around that nobody WPS able to reach up to tilt III The warthog evinced a liking for the beer but pasted when the whisky and gin came around One r mar klbl exception to the general water wagon proclivity of the animals was Tony the black Rus sinn bear The allowance of hear ells appeared in one minute The whisky went as quickly and liberal doses of gin anl claret were swallowed down in less time than it took to lour them out When he saw that nothing more was coming to him the bear rubbed his head in the empty gin trough and the tried to lick his ears When seen later in the afternoon Tony was lying flat on his back with his legs in the air and was crooking a song of defiance to the Japanese But the polar bear scorned all thehard drinks Elephants often develop a liking for whisky raid Conklin IIhut they have to be taught to like It They begin on small quantities much dl luted in water The trainers remarks were soon wborne out because the young elephant wouldnt drink Some of the educated big ones though particularly Co lumbia the bad elephant whose trunk Is kept chained showed surprising capabilities In getting away with wet goods Columbia and Hattie took a gallon of New England rum In eight swallows but it takes more than a gallon to make the elephant boister ous w A Physician Writes theyprofession can for prescribing purposes It luis been of great use to me in treating cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork I have never known it to fail in restoring the organs afflicted to their healthful activity 50c botI tlo at T II Williams Druggist in I History in Tattoo These exists In Paris a famous pro fessor Pere Tible who to describe him In his own words is an engraver upon human skin He lives in the Grevelle quarter As a kind of permanent advertisement he exhibits his left arm on which are engraved in order all the Presidents of the1 republic from Thitrdto Loubet On the professors body It Is stated Is to be found the whole history of Prance portraits of Charlemagne Henri IV Joan of Arc Louis XIV Robs pltrre Napoleon Gamhstta andoth ers with escutcheons fasces flag trophits and slmilir ornaments gal lore Iondon TitBits A Favorlto Romody for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt have made Chamberlains Cough Itemed af avorito with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds prevents any dangers of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale byall druggists m Dog Shearer Shears Dog But no Owner Two men met on the bach of At lantic City yesterday Behind one trotted a fine French poodle Splendid dog remarked the otherYes Prize winner I should say Yes Dont you think he would look much better if trimmed like a lion Yes I should think shingling would help him Suppose I do the job thats in my lineIn a few minutes the shagginess had disappeared and a trimmedto taste Frenchmen remained He was just like the poodles of the aristocra cythose that ride in carriages He was a work of art Splendid splendid crowed the trimmer He certainly laoks fine said the other about to resume his walk HolI on sir 2 please Two dollar For what What do you mean fellowIWhy for shearing your dog What insolence The dog doesnt belong to me I never taw it btforeI Good day Cures Sciatic Rheumatism- Mrs A K Simpson 509 Crag tIKnoxville Tenir writes June 10thI lVMt 1 have been trying the baths of Bat Springs Ark for sciatic rheumatism but I get more relief from Hdlardd Snow Liniment than nay medicine or anything 1 hue over tried Enclosed find postoflico order for 8100 Send me a large bottle by Southern Express Sold b1 II Williams druggist m Turkish Proverbs With patience sour grapes become swett and the mulberry leaf satin 1By the time the wise man gets the fool has grownup chil drenGive a swift horse to him who tells the truth so that as soon as he has told it he may ride and escape Be not so severe that you are blamed for it nor gentle that you are trampled upon for it If you have to gather thorns do it by the strangers hand Century So Swoot and Pleasing In Taste Mrs C Peterson 625 Lake St Topeka Kan speaking of Bollards Horehound Sprup says It has never failed to give entire satisfaction and of all cough remedies it id my savorito and I must confess to my many friends that it will do and has done what is claimed for itto speed ily euro a cough or a cold and it is bo sweet and so pleasing in taste 25c 50c and 8100 bottle at J H Williams druggist m po Future Life of Animals- Sir William Blucdcn a doctor and baronet has just favored a meeting of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals with some views on the future state of animals He certainly believed he said in the future existence of animaU and though he could not bring forward evidence in support of his proposition he could not at the same time bring forward evidence to the contrary If he took the case of the tinkers ass which was born and reared In hardship he found it hard to think that a merciful Creator formed that animal merely to suffer at the hands of man without receiving some compensation in the next life If not in the present London News OASXOsXABoats tboThe Have Always Bought Signature of hOU ir A PARABLE Then the kingdom of Satan shall be likened unto a train of tobacco seed which though exceedingly small being cast into the earth grew and became a great plant andspread forth rank and broad so that hugh worms with horns on them came and found habitation thereon and did crawl all over the leaves And it came to pass in those days uponsthis filthy plant and did think it was beautiful to behold and very much to be desired and men claiming to be nice gentlemen did put forth their hands and cut these filthy plants and cured and stripped and prized and wrought the leaves thereof into cu rious shapes and forms and the sons of men gave gold and silver for it and did chew thereof and some it made sick unto death and others it made their heads to ache and caused them to vomit exceedingly And those who continued to chew became unmanly and exclaimed we are enslaved and cannot cease from chewing and were seized with violent spitting and they did spit even in ladies parlors and on their carpets They invaded the sacred precincts of the Lords house and there with prayers on their lips and tobacco in their mouths they sang prayed preached chewed and spurted the filthy juice under the pews in tne pul pit on the floor against the walls and then returned to their houses and said We have worshipped God to dayNow some of the Saints of the most High were now well pleastd with such conduct And it came to pass that this plant was ground into dust and called snuff and ladles even beautiful and fair to look upon did make for themselves brushes and mops and dipped the same Into filth called snuff and plac ed them into their mouths and would rub and scrub mightily and would call this dipping The cultivation of this plant became a mighty business in the earth and its leaves were also wrought into little rolls called cigars and the sons of men did set fire to one end thereof and and did put the other end into their mouths and suck even as calves suck and the smoke of their torment ascended up and doth defile the pure air of heaven And it came to pass that many 01I the socalled saints of the Lord did spend money for this filthy plant while the Lords little ones suffered with hunger And the Lord was greatly displeased and said Where lore do you spend money for that which satlsfieth not and why do these little ones lack bread and shoes and warm clothes and school books Turn your tobacco filth into corn wheat and cotton put away this evil thing from among you and defile not yourselves and I will bless you But they almost unanimously exclaimed We cannot cease from chew Ing and snuffing and puffing and sneezing and spitting for we are slaves to the tobacco devilEx- If troubled with akdigestion belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by all druggists m A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a national Illustrated agricultural wek ly of twenty large pages has no su perior as a thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer andI every member of his family and the publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequaled by any paper of its class In the United States Knowing that every enterprising uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made an exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to offer the two pa pets at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose the opportunity The price of The New York Tribune Farmer is 100 a year and Tier HARTFORD REPUULICAN is 100 a year but both papers will be sent for a full year if you forward 125 to TUB REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky Send your name and address to The New York Tribune Farmer New York City and a specimen copy of that paper will be mailed to you Smoking by Women- It is true that the young habitue of showy p aces of amusement may pronounce the habit of famine smoking to be ripping of whatever Is the latest term of approval in his vernacular and it Is equally Indisputable 1 art that there are many longhaired decadents showing by their dress and manners a degeneracy from the essen tially masculine who encouri age women to approximate as much nc possible to themselves But without fear of contradiction it can be emphatically stated that the English gentlemen well bred brought up ini an ordered home educated amid the cleanlly wholesome influences ofa public school and filling his useful part in the sea or land service of the King in a profession or business we reto see a woman smoking under any circumstances and as far as his own sisters and his fiancee of wife were concerned would do his utmost to prevent it Perhaps his attitude is not strictly logicial and if he enjoys a cigar clgarettee or pipe himself why should not his women folk In his mind however smoking by woo men is invariable associate with other attributes that he does not admire and though on occasions he may make excusrs for the cigarette that has ac companied a flirtation the prejudice there and is ineradicableLondon Telegraph A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kinfis New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds terH Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured hun He writes I now sleep slowly everynight Liko marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchles merit for all Throat and Lung trouble Guaranteed bottle 50c to 8200 Trial bottle frets at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store To Art Lovers of Kentucky- The Art Department of the Ken tucky Exhibit at the Worlds Fair Is now organized and ready to receive original winks in oil and water colors pastel miniature paintingssculp ture etc The Kentucky Building Is practically finished and is undoubtedly one the most beautiful and attractive among the many handsome State buildings The proper adornment of the interior of this house should be a matter of keenest interest and personal pride to every Kentuckian There are rtany notable examples both in painting and sculpture by our cor temporary artists here in Kentucky and the Art Committee desires that these shall be assembled in Louisville as soon a pcsible in or der that shipment may be made in one lot to St Louis not later than I Match 25 We ask that you kindly ad the Committee to show the very I best our State has produced in art so Jar in our history Among the artists born in the earlier days of the Commonwealth the names of Matthew H Jouett Joseph H Bush John Grimes Oliver Frazer Louis Morgan Samuel W Price painters and Joel T Hart sculptor stand out prominently and it is earnestly requested that present owners of works by these famous men will allow them to be seen by the thousands of people who will visit St Louis dur iug the Exposition period Kindly send your best productions in num bers not to exceed five By so doing you honor your State as well as your self The work must be original Do not send copies of any ones work Mark your name and address plain ly on a card and secure same firmly upon the back of each picture that you send also give the title of your picture and the price if for sale Remember that your contribution is to remain on the walls from April 30 to December i 1993 and can not be re turned to you or delivered upon your order until after the latter date See that your worm is properly boxed and marked as follows Art Department Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission Haldeman Warehouse Louisville We will pay the freight both ways Mail us bill of lading or notice of shipment The Committee reserves the privi lege of discarding such works as may be deemed inconvenient for the pur poses of the exhibition All work so set aside will be returned at once freight paid to the contributor RespectfullyJ Supt Mr E G Logan the erstwhile brilliantedltoroftheLouisvilleTlmes is equally as successful farmer as a paragrapher and finds the role of agriculturist more to his taste and his pocket book He has just sold a hundred head of cattle for 7000 t + I remember Halls Hair Renewer restores color to Igray hair Stops falling hair alsoUJOOr J1 M rr JIoC CARNEGIE GetlRidrAdvice to millionaires as to how to Set rid of their surplus wealth has been given by Andrew Carnegie at a memorial meeting in honor of Peter Cooper founder of Cooper Union One must always honor the pion eers of humanity said the ironmas ter It is not to the millions or by millions that the gaeatest advances are won the divine impulse The distribution of wealth is the cares aIman may be he must realize that the problem must first find solution No man has better reason then myself to know how great are the inequalities in the distribution of wealth The worH will make no progress except under that law of Christ that a man may reap as he sows It Is written that man must work out his own destiny under his own vine and fig tree No revolution ever did much of any good In this world no true evo lution ever tailed to do anything but good I would not wish to bs nuder stood as putting down life as a mere pursuit for mosey I think that a man who has entered any profession is working for the advancement the race The successful captain of industry is not one of that low type who seeks the hoarding of dollars as his life work The money which reaches beyond his wants seeks to find use for in the bettering of othersWe hear a great deal about foreign missions Peter Cooper found a home missioM He first pointed the way which some day all millionaires will follow He proclaimed that principle that Furplus wealth is a sacred trust which those who have must exercise in his life time for the good of the community from whence- it came CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I have been compelled to take something far my appetite lately What ire you taking Three meals a day One Minute Coughsure For Coughs Colds and Croup New Bank at Hawesville- Mr John S Adair iayn that he will open a new bank in Hawetvllle in April The stuck has been subscrib ed and the building secured The capital stock will be 15 ooo and Mr Adair will be the cashier DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nine teenth century dIs- covered after of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglameI bles and Brlghts Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble recIommendedjust the remedy you need I than been In so mar in hospital worlto private practice anong the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In case that a special arrangement has been by which all readers of this who have not already tried It may have a sample sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you havekidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Binghamton remedyIt years byDr tested every made paper bottle regular fifty cent and Homo cf SwampRoot druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN i III Cumberland TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice 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Mailer Etc Jttrtn R T G MATTHEWS Tin Pan Atl Room 202 Equitable DWg lOeiSIIUS XT I c TOWtt5END o P A T ACT OT LOUI3 1y a I l I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH IS WHAM AND GRAfTI Some Facts About Treasury Looting and How is Has Been Done Hearst the Probable Democratic Candidate for President and His Party The greatest Governor Kentucky ever had my apologies to Capt Ellis has been before the Senate In vestigating Committee and testified as to what he knew or rather what he does not know about 28001 charged the State for printing and furnishing the teachers registers The most striking feature of the Governors testimony is its candor The Governor frankly admits that the Board whose business it is to superintend the public printing and whose chairman he is did not exam- Ine the work done to see if it fills the requirement of the contract and the law and not only so but they were not competent to judge the work any way Expert job printers among them the president of the Courier Journal Job Printing Company testi fied that the work would have yielded a nice profit at 3000 The Governor retorts that the Cour ier Journal Job Printing Company Ofchargedcourse Nobody doubts that That argument if such it might be called reminds one of freeing selfconfessd criminals to rebuke prosecutions and because there were others equal ly guilty Mr Watterson in a spirit of deris- Ion bids the Governor to show to the world what an orator and philosopher he is but the matter is too serious for jesting 90000 to fee a lawyer to do a work which it was the plain duty of the Attorney General a salaried officer to do 28000 for a job of printing for which 3000 would have yielded a profitAnd when an interested inquiring labjulous in the work and likewise the fee I The 28000 or 140 apiece for the teachers registers is a just charge be cause some other Job Printing Company charged a higher rate for some maps once It would be an injustice to the Governor to limit him to an exhibi tion of his oratory and philosophy when he manifests such adaptness as a logician r We are presented with the almost ludicrous spectacle of the once great f Democratic party appealing to us to save them from themselves They are so hopelessly divided The New York Evening Post says anent the Hearst i boom for the Democratic nomination for PresidentliThe example would be too generally demoralizing That would be a calamity to all hon est citizens of any partyIThe Post says Mr Hearst is ani alclbiades without talent or courage or personal charm and with little butI profligacy to entitle him to the nameThe CourierJournal in an editorial says commenting on the Posts critlI cism of Mr Hearst and Its appeal to the Republican press to help them hold up the standard of Presidential candidates The Republican edit ors of the country Insteadlof recoil- Ing from the Hearat campaign as an opponent to American manhood and a menace to American institution at once seized upon it as a good thing for the Republican officeseekers They foster it openly solicitously and often adroitly All of this will make nice reading matter alter Hearst has been given the Democratic nomination as he probably will be Indeed I question if the nomination of Hearst would not be the very best thing that could hap pen to the Democratic party It would tend to show that impotent partyIf in fact there be such a partythe straits to which it is driven Mr Hearst stands for nothing the Democratic party stands for nothing What a peerless leader then he would make Mr Watterson should not become censorious to the Repub lican press for seeming to enjoy the situation They are but human af L ter all Then too Mr Bryan Is for Hearst and iron what I know of Beckham and have read of Hearst I do not hesitate to say that the Gov ernor will support Hearst He could so easily say when hi mistake was apparent to all Ididn t know I was misled I did not investigate I would not hay known If I had investigated But Mr Wattersons faithless appeal to the Republican press to cry down th e Hearst boom is well taken in view ol the fact that he will support any mar his party nominates Does Mr Watterson think it woul be more creditable for a great paper like the CourierJournal to support such a man as he pictures Hearst t for the Presidency than for the Re publican press rather to enjoy the present Democratic muddleIMr Watterson should urge Mr Roosevelt to act The President t might not act when and how Mr Watterson would have him to but he could appeal to him with more assur ance of timely and effective action VThe Democratic leaders say the President is not safe that he is im petuous that he is moving us along at to rapid and dangerous a rate If they could convince the people of this they should give us another Cleve land administration Weshould then soon then be in the midst of a slow and easy gait So decided a shock should we have that I doubt if we should have a cy clone during his administration Hur ricanes would become tonus and storms gentle zephys VMr Bryan was with the Democrats In two troubles and he has not for sakSn them in the third one VThe Wattersonian cry is Come over and save us from our fool selves least we nominate Hearst and dis grace ourselves ONLY AN OLD MAN He is only an old man reader a plain old man whose deeds no annal ist will record and whose burialplace only a slab maybe an oaken one will mark and still reader he has a great virtuepietyTwo incidents a score ol years betweenin this old mans life is all I shall tell you reader but they show the man- Twenty years and more ago two thoughtless youths crept stealthily into this old mans garden one sum mer night to steal his melons But they paused when from within humble home the notes of that thatI old song Home Sweet Home the evening air When the song waI hushed the young men crept near the lone window through which they saw the Qld man and his family kneeling around the empty fireplace Listen reader to one petition of his prayer and say whether It stung these young men much Gracious Father we beg Thee to bless our neighbors and our neighbors children My God said one of these men to me not long ago that homely sentence pierced my heart as If it had been a thing of steel That mans melons would have turned to serpents in my arms had I taken them alter that prayer for I was one of those eighbors children This was priety readerI to pray for his neighbors when there were so far as he knew no ears but Gods to hear Do you and I do as muchThe second incident occurred just a little while ago The house in which our old man was spending the nightI was crushed to splinters by a tornado and when the frightened family re membered their aged guest and called out for him he replied from the thun der and the wind and the darkness I am trusting the Lord and hunting lor my breeches Smile if you will but if you knew him as I do you would hear in his homely verbiage the voice of childlike piety In a moment when terror would quail the soul his first words are those of trust and faith and love toward the Mas ter of the winds Addison or Pope or Johnson might have said as much in words that would look more elegant in type but in the the record book up yonder me thinks reader when the old mans words were written down the angels crowded round to praise their eupho ONGWFIJust Like Uncle Sams Panama March 14 According to the decree of the convention published today the monetary unit of the republic after December ji next will be a gold dollar of the same dimen sinons and weight by law as the United States dollar u AROSE AND SUICIDED Benjamin Arnold Rose From His Bed to End His Life Wife Tried to Prevent Deed and Wrenched Gun From Him Owensboro Ky March 161a- m going to get out of this bed and kill myself The above were the last words ad dressed by Benjamin Arnold a prom- Inent farmer of Moseleyville neighborhood to his wife at 830 oclock Monday night as they lay in bed to gether at their country home Arnold sprang from the bed and seized a twentytwocallbre rifle that was standing in the corner His wife followed him in an instant and grap pled with him Arnold was a pow erful man and his wife could do very little with him However the woman brought all her strength to gether and with a mighty eflort wre led the gun from the desperate mans hands She dashed towards the lour but was not quick enough Her husband caught her just as she was on the threshholdand another struggle ensueda brief struggle His wile had become weak The ri fle was jerked from her hand and she was dashed across the room Arnold quickly placed the muzzle of the ri fle to his eye and fired The small ball penetrated his brain and he Ml dead across the hearth No cause can be assigned for Ar nolds suicide He was fiHyfive years of age and came to Davless county from Jefferson county thirty years ago Besides his widow he leaves nine children Six of the children were at home when their father killed him self If he had any financial or do mestic troubles it is not known to his friends Childrens Coughs and Colds Mrs Joe McGrath 327 E 1st St Hutchinson Kan writes I have given Ballards Horehound Syrup to my children for cougns and cold for the past tour years and find it the bq3t medicine I ever used Unlike many cough syrups it contains no opiiim but will soothe and heal any disease of the throat or lungs quicker than tiny other remedy 25c oOc aud 8100 at J H Williams drug gists m COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE March161r Logan Stevens of Shultztown neighborhood visited Mr E K Rogers and family Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Readmond Black spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John AllenMisses Orpha and Mary Stevens visited friends and relatives near Hartford Saturday and Sunday Several from this neighborhood at tended court at Hartford last week Mr J E Curtis and family of near Hnrtfordvlslted in this neighborhood lust week Mr Jack McKaslin of this place died last Thursday of measles and his remains were interred in the Taylor burying ground Several others of the family are in a dangerous condition What is Life In the lust analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the oranges resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pillls quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c ut Z Wayne Griffin Bro m In Memory- Of our dear sister Mrs Maggie Potts wife of W M Potts who de parted this life Ferubsry 16 1904 aged 45 years She was sick and ingeted several necks hut was pa tient until the last It was hard to give up the char Sister but it recon ciled us to know she was prepared for a better world She called her loved ones and talked to them and reruested the curtains to be raised so she could see them 1111as they came in She asked us to meet her on that beautiful shore She requested her sisters to help her sing and we did Mags voice could be heard above all others She selected the songs to sing One was Jesus Lover of My Soul The last song we sung at the family reunion last July under the sugar tree Then On The Happy Golden Shore and a L fLw a liThe Sounding of The Trumpet Trust we will be prepared to meet Mag on that beautiful shofE Funer al services were conducted by Rev G J Bean after which her remains were laid to rest in the Mt Vernon cemetery SiSTEU Eats His Wife and Child Duluth Minn March 16Gust Brandon who has hen cruising be tween Tower and Konchiching ar rived here tonight on his way to Min neapolis and confirmed the report ol cannibalism on the Nett Lake reser vationBrandon was near Pelican lake at the time the Indian was claimed to have killed and eaten his wife and child and the second day after which was about two weeks ago met a small party of Boise Fort Indians who were on their way to the west end of Vermilion lake From these Indians Brandon learn ed of the killing and rays his information is unqestionably authentic He was told that the Indian who is claimed to have committed the horrible deed was a shiftless sort of fellow and during a drunken spree killed both his wife and child and later de voured parts of their bodies to avert starvationThis lived in a distant part of the reservation and the flat news of the deed was brought by a glide A party was sent to the Indians cab in at once and will bring him to Nett Lake It possible 01 STC IXABears theThe Kind You Have AlAars Bcushl Signature Y4 Ig YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING When you take rot r IINGIrt rlilll Tunir In 011111 tin fiirmtilu IK plnltilv rlntcil mi i vi r lint tie show Iriu that It IN Nluuilv Iron IIlIoIJIIIIIIII11- IIItllttII 14 term Xo run Xo Inv iV Real Estate is Aovancing GetaBargain WHILR YOU JAN loo acres adjoining Harthrd 2 500 Here are some choice bargains 126 acres near Rockport lor 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford Rough 115 900Ifur 2CO Good ImprovementsI 15 acres 4 SSoo One new house and onehalf acre lot in Hartford at a bargain A home and 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