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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t pub4 Can IIInOULVISSJENNETT Has Shown HimselfWorthy of The Confidence Reposed- in Him A SPLENDID RECORD The Louisville Herald of recet date dbnd the following to say Senator Alv s S Bennett ol Bed Ky represents the counties ol Ohio Muhlenburg and Butltr in the upper body of the Kentucky Legislature He wag born at Beda in 1872 II He atended school at Hartford College DePaa University and grad uated from Bryant and Station college Elected in 1901 Representative to the General Assembly from Ohio county Mr Bennett secured the distinction during the term of introducing more successful bills than any other Republican mem ber notwithstanding the fact that he was member of the minority- So pleased were the people of Ohio Q county with Representative Bennetts work and so widely had Ma name spread through the district that in 1903 he was elected to the Senator ship which he now holds He has won distinction during the present term not only by lathering many bills which have either become laws or are now pending with every pros pect of doing so but he has on a number oi occasions joined ably in fights against other measures inimi cal either to his district or two the entire Commonwealth smnllesldetailduty has marked air Bennettscareer I J OH H public servant In the lower house his strict adherence to busi ness and his nflable and upright con duct made him one of its most useful and popular members Splendid as was his record in the house with which oil are familiar his work in the Senate was even more brilliant He was selected to call the Republi can Senate caucus to order was chair man ol the committee on sinking fund and was a member ol the following committtes viz Chairtable Institutions Federal Relations Bunk and Trust companies Classification of Cities and Towns and Internal Im provements lie took an active in ifterest in trying to secure better man agement lor the charitable Institu tions and was especially active In se curing the passage ol most needed school legislation He was an active and ready debater and one ol the lead lug members ot the Senate In addition to the introduction of many bills oi merit Mr Bennett Introduced anti secured the pas sage ol a resolution asking the National Congress to repeal the tax on tobacco so far as it prohib ited the product lorm selling his own product in any form and quantity he pleases so long as it be not adulter ated He was polite and prompt in attention to all matters of correspondence and no member stood higher in social circles In the capital city Mr Bennetts work has met the lull aprobation oi the people of the Seventh Senatorial District and brought to himself honors which rarely come to one of his age His official life has been the embodiment of honesty and the typification of sincerely and well does he merit the public honor and d distinction which he J enjoys Taking Desporato Chances It is true that many contract colds andrecover from thorn without taking any precaution or treatment anda knowledge of this fact leads others to take their chances instead of giving their colds the needed attention It should be borne in mind that every cold weakens the lungs lowers the vitality makes the system loss able to withstand each succeeding cold and paves the way for more serious dis eases Can you afford to take such desperate chances when Chamber lains Cough Remedy famous for its cures of colds can be had for a trifle For sale by all druggists m f DEATH OF AIR NEAL I Was a Bright Legal Light and Historian At a late hour last Thursday Mr It P Neal passed quietly horn life to death at his home near Prentis ifter a lingering illness of consumption His remains were lain to rest in the Turns burying ground near his home the next day Mr Neal was born and reared on a farm near where he lived at the date of his death and ofIwhen he was elected County Attorney ol this county After his election he moved with his family to Hartford where they resided until about a year ago when because of Mr Neals bad health they moved to the country Mr Neal was one of the brightest and most accomplished lawyers ol the Hartford bar and one of the countys most profound thinkers and constant students His knowledge of history and public men was wonderful and was weU versed in general learning He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss Truly another of the countys best citizens has been called Broko Into His House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by invasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25c at A Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store m ROCKPORT KY March3uMr L L Tapp EVans- ville was in town Tuesday Misses Jessie Maddox and Maude Tichenor Providence were in this city Tuesday Miss Crlller Cast hit rNelson Creek visited Mrs D F Gibbs Tuesday and WednesdayMrs McIntyre ol Morgan town came down Wednesday to visit her husband who is in buslnes hereMrs 11 M Southard is very sick at this writing Mr Goe Attheide has gone to Evansville on business- S D Warden Echoic was in town MondayMr Iathrope has gone to IJvansvllle Mr 14I Bristow has moved to his new home on Water street Miss Jessie Nourse oi Ceralvo is visiting Miss Mabel Maddox this weekMr Hlbert Huoley Paradise was in town Saturday Miss Opal Hunley Prentis visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of M A Milner a fine girl the 28th Dr J D Maddox who has been confined to his bed most all winter is able to be out again Miss Laura Casebler commenced spring school here Monday in Harrell Broa Hall Miss Mabel Maddox entertained friends Tuesday evening at her home on Main street in honor of Miss Jessie Nourse Ceralvo and Mrs Geo At theide Evansville The Rockport band made excellent music Refreshments were served and all present seemed to enjoy themselves Schroeters Floating Studio left here Sunday Walks Without Crutches I was much afllicted with sciatica writes Ed C Nud Iowaville Sedg wick Co KanClgoing about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment which relieved me I used three 60c bottles It is the greatest liniment I ever used have recommended it to a number of per sons all express themselves as being benefitted by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 60c and 9100 at J H Williams m A 88 Early Risers The famous ilttte pills i x FIVE YEARS Fordsville Counterfeiter Gets Heavy Sentence Ollle Beattie the Foidsville potog rapher who was found guilty in the United States district court on three counts charging him with raising five onedollar bills to ten dollars each with having raised bills in his possession and with wilful Intent to delraud the government was sentenc ed by Judge Evans to five years at hard labor in the United States prison at Atlanta Ga The evidence which convicted Beat tie was secured principally by William Williamson whose brother it is understood is now serving a sentence for the same oflense through having peen concerned with Beattie in the raising of bills sometime pre viousBeattie received the severe sentence Impassively and when asked by the judge If he had anything further to say replied I am not the man raS- orlous Stomach Trouble Cured- I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vom iting spells and can truthfully eay that Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets cured meMrs T V Williams Laingsqurg Mich Tbese tablets are guaranteed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this char acter For Bale by all druggists m In DrMeadorLifes fitful ftver is over and a great and kindly soul sleeps well and I will endcaver though some what tardily to do what in life I promised my friend I would do James W Meador was born in Breckenridge county on November 8 1838 and spent his youth and early manhood in the manner of the contry boy of that period He chose the profession oi medicine and was grad uated from the University of Louis ville in 1869 with distinguished credit He located at Sbreve in Ohio county where he entered at once upon a lucrative practice which together with the implicit confidence of the people he held until his death Such was his popularity that in 1873 the Republicans of the county nomi nated him for Representative believ ing that he was the only man who couldovercome a very large Demo cratic majority After a closely con tested election he was elected over bin opponent Wm Coleman by a sub stantial majority being the first Re publican to carry the county Again in 1877 he was elected a member of the General Assembly and as before he served with distinction the people who bad honored him In bath elections he was given almost a solid vote from his home country He was an able stumps peakerand an unique and successful campaigner In the political annals of the county no than ever stood higher In his par ty councils or enjoyed the respect and consideration of his adversaries moreBut eminent as he was in public life It was in the practice of his pro fession that he showed himself to be a public benefactor With him there was no distinction between prince and peasant He answered the call and ministered to the wants of the humbly poor with the same alacrity that he answered the summons oi those In effluence He showed by his self sacrifice in his effort to aid others that wherever the path of duty and honor may have lead how ever steep and rugged it may have been he was ready to walk in It Common place as it may seem he re alized that this doing of his duty em bodied the highest ideal of life and character While there may have been nothing heroic in his faithful performance of duty and the common lot of man is not heroic yet was it not magnlficsmt The sense of bav ing alleviated suffering mittlgated sorrow of duty performed that was with him through a long and eventful life was no dqubt with him to console and sustain in that scene ol Inconceivable solemnity which mark THE POPULAR COUNTY CLERK OF THE CITY Of SAN FRANCISCO ChieDeputyNative Son having been born and raised in tho city of San Francisco and has for thoGoldenpopular young man socially and politically also as evidenced by tho ballots cast Clerkbya letter written January 23 1899 from San Francisco to Dr Hartman Mr Dcano has tho following to say of Pernna The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen I would not be without Peruna as I have found it to be tho best remedy forcatarrhal complaints that Ihave ever used I have tried most all of the socalled catarrh remedies advertised and can conscientiously say that of all the remedies for catarrhal complaints recommended to me none have been so beneficial as PerunbWILLIAM A DEANE CATARRH assumes different phases seasons of tho year There is therefore four q 1itowell mark ed varietiesof catfirrh Winter catarrh spring catarrh summer catarrh and ed its close In hiS spare moments he found time to acquaint himself with every subject that has engaged the thinking minds of the age and especially did he loveIThe bards Whose distant footsteps echo Down the corridors of time In 1893 he suplemented his medical training with a post graduate course in the Chicago Policlinic In his county he stood without a peer in his profession and us a general practlc ioner he had few equals Hs pro found research his depth ol thought his extensive travel his congeniality and his sympathetic heart made him a delightful associate Though ffflic lion costa shadow over his lAter lifeto Lila friends he was ever the same In his death the people among whom he practiced sustained a loss they could hardly realize On the evening of January I3th 1904 alter a brave but inefiectnal struggle against the dissolution which comes to us all the last flickering shadows or the evening of life faded and he fell qui etly to sleep to be awakened only by the final trumpet call In life he built his own monument in death he needs no eulogy He left a wife and all his acquaintances to mourn his sad demise Kind hands and loving hearts prepared for him a vault in the Pleasant Grove cemetery which will no doubt defy the unkind touch oi relentless time Here on the afternoon ofJanuary 19 after an address by Dr Godsey he was laid quietly to rest in the presence of a vast con course of his friends among the scenes of his early life its noonday audits close He was sixty five I autumn catarrh In each of theso varie I ties different organs seem to bo tho principal sent of tlio catarrhII In tho winter tho catarrh is moro frequent in the head throat and respiratory f years old His death was due to a troubtesI ever a loyal friend and his many acts of kindness and words of social cheer will ever beheld in enduring and greatful remem berance J M D Confessions of a Priest Rev Juo S Box of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and triedallI sorts of medicines but got no relief I Then I began the use of Electric Bit I ters and feel that I am now cured of a disease tbat bad me in its grasp for twelve years If you want reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney troub lIe stomach disorder orgeneral debility Electric Bitters Itsget guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Only 50c m CSI3TORS11Bears thetheKind You Have Always Bought Signature I f dtVt HERBERT KY March 29Mr Barnett of Owens boro bought several crops of tobacco I here this weep Mr and Mrs Will Duncan uf Ov ensboro are visiting in this neigh borhoodMrs Betsy Ford who has been sick for sometime is not so well at this writing Mr Dick Spurrier lost a valuable horse lest week by falling in a well Mr Lee Hankins of Bells Run moved to this place lest week Miss Maggie Chambers who is at tending school at Whitesville spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr Fred Lambert oi Birmingham organs In tho spring tho catarrh sccmu to chiefly affect tho stomach and nervous system In tho summer tho bowela suffer thooftenest whilo in tho autumn partlculnrly Of courso it is not meant by this that catarrh is absolutely confined to these parts of tho body during tho season to which wo havo assigned them Catarrh may attack any organ in any season of tho year but tho liabilities aro so much greater for catarrh to attack partlculr or gans incortalnseasons that theso four dis tinct varieties have become recognized Mr Robert Douglas Homeopathic WWashington tho Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus concerningtheirIhave been a practicing physician for some years during which time 1 save administered Peruna too number of my patients for colds catarrh and general debility with great benefit to them 1 have paid particular attention to Its effects and I have absolute con fidence In its curative qualities and have no hesitation In giving It a most emphatic endorsement Hon Clement M Hammond is ono of tho best known newspaper men In Now YorkClty Ho was for years editor of ono of theprincipal papers in Hart ford Conn later was prominently connected with tho New York Record er and New York World Ho has traveled extensive ly and is known all Hon C M Hammond ovor tho United States for his talent as a newspaper man Writing to Tho Pernna Medicine Co ho says CI For about six years I hayo had trouble every fall and winter with my mybronchialthis trouble came from whooping cougb which I had when I was about twelve years old and which left mo with catarrh Since I havo taken Pernna my voico has been clearer than in over two years all of which Iam willing to testify to Mr Hammonds address is Tho Arlington Gl Montague street Brooklyn N Y- Pernna is an internal remedya scientific remedy for catarrh It cures catarrh wherever located tsemes last Peruna gives strength by stopping waste By saving tho mucus it enriches tho blood By cleansing tho mucous membranes it preserves tho vital forces No remedy can possibly supply tho havingPerunaIs no substitute for this catarrh modi cine Scud for a free book on catarrh Address tho Parana Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Ala is visiting his parents at this phceMr Carl Floyd has gone to Mis souriMrs Dora Skinner aid two children have the measles Johnnie Martin and Everet Spur rier left Monday for Kansas or Sciatic Rheumatism Cured I have been subject to sciatic rheumatism for years says E H Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My Joints were still and gave mo much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when straight ened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cur ed Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It is certainly a most wonderful lini meat For sale by all druggists m I FORDSVILLE KY March 3oRev Galloway filled i his regular appointment at the M E- I church Sunday Mrs Alfred L Hudson of Hartford came over Wednesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W R Jones of near town Mr and Mrs J I Harden spent Sunday with Mr and Mr J H SmithMiss Mamie Jones returned home Thursday after a months visit at Sulphur Springs Prof I S Mason of this place at tended the funeral of Dr J S Cole man at Beaver Dam Artie Smith returned home Saturday j from Owensboro where she had been to visit her sister Mrs Mae Kirk j Mr Joe Howard of Sltka Alaska I left for home Monday after an extend ed visit to his Brother J B How ardMr Henry Carter and wife of Nar rows visited in town Saturday and Sunday f t I Why White Murderers in thi South are Not Hanged There Is a timeworn apolhegun In our vernacular which says that a white man guilty of murder cannot be hanged in the South In recent years there have been many perhaps more than a hundred such murderers tried convicted and given a life sen tence in prison A large number have been liberated outright though evidence of their guilt was not lack Ing Those who have been executed tire so few that one could count them on the fingers of a single hand Mississippi and Loulsana are the only Southern sisterhoods that have punished white murderers as they should be punished and we can re call only four of them who have gone to the scaffold in those States in the past decade Tennessee in whose welfare we are most vitally concerned has to her account numerous homi cides which run the scale of crime from selfdefense to assassination And yet who is there among us that can remember when a white murderer was hanged in this State With the exception of the mountaineers who assassinated the telegraph opera tor at Shellmound some yeara ago can recall no other case where the ex treme penalty of the law was meted out In this one instance the assas sins were theIIbJd men of the county regular Ishmaelltes and their victim a popular inoffensive young man A great railroad in whose em ploy the murdered man was at the time of his death ran the murderers to earth and prosecuted them Had the State alone been depended upon It is questionable if even these out laws would have received more than a life sent nce The railroad prepar ed its case thorougly and prosecuted it with a double motlver vengeance and protection The State would have been inspired by no such feel Ings and as the States attorney is usually a politician there are few of them that are not influenced by local environs and the possibilities of the futureWithin the past week in our neigh boring town of Covington and in our capital city of Nashville two unusual murder cases have been concluded Both were brutal asslnsatlons and in each the jury returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree with mitigating circumstances These were compromise verdicts One man on each jury hung it and could only be won over by an agree ment to recommend clemency In each instance the trial judge dis regarded the recommendation and gave the death sentence New trials were denied and the cases appealed to the Supreme Court If that tribu nal can find a technical flaw the cases will doubtless be reversed and re manded lor a new trial A year in tervene public interest has subsid ed and with it the zeal of the prosecution i Again the case is fought out and as frequently happens in Shelby county as well as in the other large counties the defense brings its man clear by wearing the case out in courtThis condition which we all know exists is disgusting the people and is destroying reverence for the courts The old theory that a man accused of a crime must bs tried by twelve of his peers has been destroyed by the cumbersomeness of the system In our large cities juries are easily pack ed and lor long years professional jury service has been a standing oc cupation Our temples of justice are Infested with shysters crooks and hangerson who make it a business to know who are the proper men for the defense to keep on a jury It is no uncommon thing to see shysters sit ting with the lawyers for the defense never examining a witness never ad dressing the court or the jury but just sitting there What purpose do I they serve Simply this They con trol one man of the twelve and they get a fee for their moral sup port in keeping him In line That accounts for the mitigating circumstances in so many verdicts in mur der cases The jury system may be a bulwark of libertyand perhaps In the days of the Magna Charterbut In this en lightened age and in this best gov ernment in the world it has sadly degenerated We Americans are tied down by traditions and because we farm as our grandsires did explains why a practical Innovation is so difficult to establish There is another defect in our crim inal jurisprudence that should be cor rected and it is the loophole by which white murderers oftenest escape It is the right of appeal on technicalities of law To the common everyday man the quibbles of the law are farci cal And yet these quibbles often free murderers Old Ben Hardln of Kentucky next to Felix Grundy the greatest criminal lawyer of his time contested the enactment of a law al lowing an appeal in murder cases and halt a century he presaged the evil that actually exists today In certain contingencies an appeal should be allowed but it should be based on facts and not technicalities Our own Supreme Court announced that It would make this rule but If it did It has never observed it In the past year it reversed a She by county case in which there was a death sentence on a pure technical point and at his second trial the murderer got six yearsAs we said before the people are getting tired of this business and the better class of lawyers are wearied of it They have tried to root out the evils by jury cotnnlsaons and other reforms but have failed More and more our laws are being changed so as to protect criminals rather than punish crime The disastrous effect this la having on the moral nature of our people is being made manifest In lynchings and burnings and it is but one step from lynching negroes to lynching those of our own race Those who think this an extreme view have only to regard the corrup tion in our elections to see how these stealingInegroes and we are today stealing from each other Before the war every man voted in the open and no one doubted that his vole was counted It was an honest election Now we vote in se cret and who knows whether or not the ballot box is going to be stuffed or burned What was true of elec tions was true of our courts We all recognize the exlstance of the evils and while they are not rushing us to the demnition bowwows they are serious enough to be corrected But how when or whereis for the lawmak ers to decide I have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory results says Mrs F L Phelps Houston Texas For huH gestion bihousnes and constipation these tablets are most excellent Sold jy all druggists m An Iroquois Fire Story Though pure fiction The Little Fat Fiddler by Samuel Hopkins Adams Is alive with current Interest Drawing plot and incident from Chi cagos great theater tragedy the Iroquois fire Mr Adams builds an absorbing story The heroism of the humble little second violin his fideli ty to duty and his noble sacrifice of self for others arouse and hold ones sympathies and admiration His love and devotion for Maida the Flying Fay are pathetic in their apparently hopeless depth The description of the fire in dramatic tragic In its graphIc power it fairly grips one s at entlon and concern The tension just at the breaking point is relieved And the pallid crowd is awed anew by one gleam of happiness of In the blackness of the great tragedy It Is related of Mr Adams that although a regular member of the McClure staff he submitted this story under an assumed name in order that it might have a strictly Impartial hearing It was at once accepted and a search made for the ape parently unknown writer revealing- Mr Adams The merit of the story surely sustains this anecdote Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes efiect right at the seat of- the trouble It draws out the infla mation heels and smoothes and cures ermently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tin sues One Minute Cough Cure is I pleasant to take and it is good alike for young and old Sold by Z- Wlyne Griffin Bro m Hello There Is a movement to abolish the word Hello in telephone calls Some extra nice people think the word is coarse It will not be abol- Ished however No other word will answer as well except It may be Oh- Hell when things go wrong with the phone oc SEEING THOUGHT Wonderful Experiments With NRays Wonderful experiments with the Nrays continue to bt reported from Paris and while in some quarters they are received with skepticism yet the diversity of phenomena is must striking That they are not beat effects HS is often claimed the French investigators show by the fact that they are not transmitted by substances that they are transparent to heat rays while in several physio logical experiments it was demon strated that they can be emitted from a body below the temperature of the phosphorescent screen and the sur rounding atmosphere M Carpen tier obtained an increased luminos ity of the sensitive screen withrays from a frog with a temperature be low that of the labratory which was not diminished on heating the screen and then bringing up a cooler body M Mace in similar experiments used a living phosphorescent screen prepared from bacteria and showed that the effects were not due to heat as the phosphorescence of the screen diminishes with a rise in tempera tureMost interesting of the physiologi cal experiments with the N rays have been those where by means uaphos phorescent screen the e fleet of a mus cular action such as the movement of the arms was traced to Its motor center in the brain r spinal marrow It is even claimed that it is possible to gauge the activity of the brain by the Intensity of the Nrays emitted as any mental effort acts to increase the luminosity on the screen In this way we have the strange phenono menon of one being able to see him self think and a host of interesting experiments suggested Harpers Weekly Cream of Tomato Soup To make a good cream of tomato soup peel 2 young carrots i young turnip i or 2 stalks of celery and a leek or a small onion Add to them a few sprays of parsley and n hafa Five cut from Lion Coffee and a 2 cent you addition the reg ular free to one vote I either contest bunch of chives cut up In small bits and a clove of garlic It desired Boil all these flavorings and vegetables for an hour in n pint and a of water and then add a quart can of tomatoes Cook the soup slowly for two hours longer nnd then strain through a colander Melt a large tablespoonful- of butter In a saucepan stir it until it is quite brown and add two table spoonfuls of flour Finally stir in a I cup of the soup and then turn this thickened mixture into the remainder of the soup Cook the mixture for fifteen minutes more and season It with a tablespoonful of sugar one ta blespoonful of and a scant tea spoonful of pepper Fry brown squares of bread an Inch in length and place them in the soup tureen I pouring the soup over them I Money in Sheep I Every little while we come across accounts of men who In a smell way have made splendid money out of sheep One of the latest is that an Iowa man bought some Cotswold ewes two years ago at 3 per head He kept them until they raised two crops of lambs for him and sold them for 425 apiece The first year their fleeces average pounds the second year 12 One of lambs brought S5 60 per 100 pounds the other 5 50 All the owner did to fatten was to give them corn husk and timothy hay and let them run in the yards where he was fattening cattle They picked upcorn enough for themselves pronnd the troughs o A Suggsstlvo Silence Perhaps tho greatest practical of much is that oaths however good and round they be lose their effectiveness through- frequent uso On the famous occasion when Washington swore ho was terrifying to hear Tho Boston Transcript thinks an honest curse better than ingrowing profanity In this connection it tells of a noted prelate who was once playing golf with Mr Choate and after foozling a tee shot egregiously stood looking at the ball for several moments After waiting for bishop to say something Mr Choate remarked Bishop that was tho proanest si lence I ever heard FAIR CONTEST attendance attendance 2S1L7X nearest Toledo beforo nosiest second nearest follows J2GOOOO 100000 Prizes 2OOOO 100000Prizes 100000rooo 10000026OOOO- 180O OOOOOO PNEUMONIA Precautions that Should Against IDr Lindsley secretary the Board Health saysre ferrlng pneumonia Pneumonia infectious the infection believed very prevalent found mouths healthy people who quite able resist long their respiratory surfaces condition But attacked grippe they become also vulnerable disease which causes pneumoniaFog moisture affects the health large communities marked gree notably cities compared the country cause the largely composed the carbon the combustion There reason doubt that increased coal this winter has been Important factor prevalence pneumonia IILhe properly Indulge excesses eating especially drinking Keep the dry warm Dress comfortably according the temperature Avoid unneces sary exposures take care early symptoms Pneumonia municable disease sputum pneumonia patients should destroyed carefully that consumptives Trust Those Who Have Tried suffered catarrh the worst kindand never hoped but Klys Cream Balm even Ostrom Warren Ave Chicago suffered fromcatarrh bad- could work lilys Cream entirely wel1A Clark Shawmut Ave Boston Balm Irritate sneezing Sold druggists mailed Brothers Warren York 5000OUUAway to Users o- fLOJ COFFEErW-eare going liberal than ever 1904 users Lion Coffee Not only LionHeads cut from the packages good heretofore valuable premiums l1 have always given customers but hiAddf m tu flguIarFreo Premiums t1 same LionHeads will 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KcrlptloiiH iinilcr thlx comminution offer must be Kent throiiKli Tin IIIPUIIIICAN oillro Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican OASIJIORXABean theihs Kind You Have Always Bought W lIAIftor One Minute CoughCure For Coughe Colds and Croup I r MORMONISM Story of Mormon Religion and i What it Teaches i What Is MormonlHin It Is a faith promulgated by Joseph Smith the Prophet based on the BI- ble nnllon supplementary revels tionsWho was Joseph Smith He was the fourth child in a family of nine children and was born in Shermon Vt in 1805 His pnienta were poor When Joseph was ten years old they moved to Palmyra N Y where his father opened a cake and beer shop The family was regarded as illiterate and shlltless in the neighborhood Joseph however became familiar with the Bible nnd at the age of fifteen began to see visions as he told the incredulous neighbors At that time he had the reputation of being eccentric What wes the nature of his vis- Ions f His first came at a time of great religious excitement when he thought he had the vision of the Apcxstlle Paul Three years later according to r his story an angel named Moroni visited him and and told him of a book written upon golden plates in 0 which was a history of the former in habitants of America and the ful ness of the everlasting goepel The place where the book was was also revealed It WES on a hill neat Palmyra What happened when Smith went after the book An unseen power prevented him Itom removing it Moroni later as assured him that he valued the gol den plates more than the records up y on them Not until his love for gold had abated and he was willing to give lute time to the translation were the plates to be delivered to him It was not Smith said until Septembxr 22 1827 that he got poissssion of the hook What was the Book of Mormon likeSmith described it as n book of thin gold plates eight inches long seven wide nnd six thick The plates were inscribed on both sides with hlero geyphlcs The characters were Reformed Egyptian How did Smith translate the book Fortunately a pair of magic spec R tacles which he called Urin and Thummln WPS with the book With the aid of these he read It Did anyone besides Smith see theI platesAt first Smith did his translating behind a curlain dictating to Martini Harris and Oliver Cowdery Later he showed some of the golden plates to eleven witnesses What testimony did the witnesses leaveIn the published Book of Mormon the following notice appears with the signatures of the witnesses appended t Be it known unto all nations kin dreds tongue and people unto whom this work shall conic that Joseph Smith Jr the translator of this war has shown unto us the plates of which hath been spoken which have the nppeaiance of goldAnd Ittl many r of the leaves as the said Smith has translated we did handle with our hands and we also saw the engrav- Ings thereon all 01 which has the ap pearance of ancient work and of cur ious workmanship And thus we bear record with words of soberness that the said Smith hath shown unto 1 us for we have seen nnd hefted and know of a surety that he raid Smith has got the plates ol which we have spoken And we give our names un to the world to witness unto the world thnt which we have seen and we lie not God bearing witness of itII What has become ol the witnesses It Is believed that allof them are dead Eight of them were members of two families What become of the platet They vanished Smith said At Nasal CATARRHIn should bo cleanliness Elys Cream Balm dcanpcisoothcflandheala tho Uacoacil membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils epnada over tho membrano and Is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and a euro follows It Is not dryingdoe not produce sneezing Largo Size BO cents at Drug lsls or by mall Trial Slzo 10 cents by mall 1tiLX UUOTI1ERS CO Warren Street New York i any rate nobody has seen them sinceWhen was the Book of Mormon publishedIt printed at Palmyrn in 1830 and the church was established in the same year What is the full title of the Book of MormonOn title pageappears The Book of Mormon An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon Upon Plates Taken From the Plates of Nephi Below the title follows this paragraph Whereof it is an abridgement of the record of the people of Nephi and al so of the Iauianltits written of the Immunities who are a remnant of the house of Israel and also to Jew and Gentile written by way of command pent and also by the spirit of proph ecy ando revelation Written and sealed up and hid up unto the Lord that they might not be destroyed to come fourth by the gift and power of God unto the interpretation thereof sealed by the hand of Moroni and hid up unto the Lord to come fourth in due time by way of Gentile the in terpretation thereofby the gift of GodWhat does the book purport to be It says that it gives the history of the occupants of the American con tinent Briefly the story is that af ter the destruction of Babel and the confusion of tongues American was settled by one of the peoples After wards in the Sixth century B C Lehl and his son went to South America and from them were descen ded the Indians It is related too that after the resurrection Christ went to America and preached to the people At the final destruction of the civilized people after bloody wars Got commanded the prophet Mormon to record the events and hide the cord The Book of Mor mon is not a doctrinal work It is chiefly a nairatlve Whence do the Mormons derive their doctrines From the Bible and from a series of divine revelations made to the head of the church and published in a volume called Doctrine and Covet nnnts What is the Mormons creed They believe in the Trinity in pun ishment for sin and in salvation through Christ by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gosbel What are the ordinances Faith in Christ repentance bap- tIsm for the remission of sins and laying on of hands for the gilt of the Holy Ghost The Mormons believe further in the divine organization of the Mormon church in the Bible as the word of God in the restoration of the ten trib =s of Isreal in the build ing of Zyon on the American continent and in the second coming of ChristWhen was polygamy introduced The belief generally ncccepted is that Smith claimed to have a revelation sanctioning polygamy In 1831 that this was withheld from most of the saints for a time but that It was at once revsaled to a favored few by whom it was practiced and Smith himself had plural wives These statements are denied by Smiths son Joseph Smith of Lamoni la head of the seceding branch of the church who asserts that his father did not believe in polygamy The doctrine was first publicly proclaimed by Brig ham Young in 1852 It was susped ed by revelation to President Woodruff in 1890 The Prophet Smith and the Recognized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has never sanctioned polygamy How many members have the two branches of the Mormon Church The Utah branch is credited with 300000 and the Recognized branch with 40500 The Mormons at IndeIpendence Mo belong to the ganised church Herblne Cures Fever and Ague A dose will usually atop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Midlothian Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbine in our family for eight years and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe bilious fever and malaria boa at J H Williams druggists m i TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Lnxntlro Uromo Quinine Tablets All ilruRKlntH refund tho money It It fulls to euro W arovoBBlRnaturo In on ouch box 2Sc RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind Tho B cent packet Iff enough for UHUnl occasions The family bottle 60 ccntH continue a supply or a your All druggists sell them I n WOES OF THE PRINTER Whether it snows Or whether it blows The season comes And the season goes Crops look sick And farmers blue Merchants kick And customers too Preachers preach And sinners sin And cares beset The Fouls of men But through It all The printer prints And saves and saves Andstints and stints The winds may rave And floods may roll And cyclones sweep From pole to pole But the printer man Does nil he can And prints and prints And saves ann eaves And at last When sit is done When the gates are past And Heaven won The printer man Whos does his best Whether sticking type Or running press Willenjoy A well earned rust Free from toll And the managers eye No more job work And no more pi Heres to the printer All over the land May the Lord be good To the prim ter man Blue G Beard in Karlington Bee n ASHVILLE N1C1 CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL Land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point ol which is two thousand leet above the levelof the sea Situ ated in the rifest 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 ol 5415 F and mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A natural Paradise where all hu man ills find quick relief Reached only by the SOUTHERN RAILWAYFor ol the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send a twocent stamp to Geo B Allen Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo C H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Take The Republican HEALTH keepIaonee thehatyadoctor deJeoarIlle6AMEa jjx Jo 1emenlilmSconstipated bowela add irand w- Ho eaodthktdaenliver DOCTOR k n c i rrhi the kpm when itaptcounty miles from MY phwfr itkforyearsTmedtOHsBlackDrup adland almoit er ry other aJJmeoi bowelslivertrol tho hea- lthTHEDFORDS BLACIftD FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR Will Be Given Most Popular Young Lady In This County With characteristic enterprise the TwiccaWcck Ixquninii is offering to glvo the most popular young lady In this county a freo trip to tho Worlds fair at St Ixnils next sum mer In tho free trip are included all necessary expenses from tho 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 tho winner prefer tho iNQuntitti will glvo her 4000 ex pence 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 ot time 4000 and keep It Tho young lady receiving the most votes gets tho trip and votes may be secured in only threo ways as fol lows 1st a ballot appears In every copy of tho TwIceaWeek INQUIRER 2nd 100 votes aro given with every 100 paid on subscription In ad vance 3rd votes will bo sold for 60c a hundred The votes will bo counted every Monday at noon and the contest closes Thursday March 31 1904 at 2 oclock p m Any girl of 1C years of ago or more is entitled to candidacy Help your sister daughter or sweetheart to get ono of tho grand est trips ever offered ono that Is en joyable and educational by securing subscriptions and clipping tho ballots Write for sample copy of tho TwlceaWcek INQUIRER Owensboro Ky for further particulars r Wanted Special Representetive In this county andadjoining territories to represent and advertise and old established bus Incas house of solid financial stand- Ing Salary 21 weekly with expense paid each Mondy by check direct sadIva1cednished when necessity position permanent Address The Columbia 630 Monon Bldg Chicago II 31 6t WANTED Men cr women local representatives for a highclass Mag azine Large commissions Cash prizes Write J N Trainer So Epst Washington Sqnare New York NY BOSWWOnLDS FAIn ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND TilE Louisana Purchase Exposition II t tW Track Railroad and- Equipment WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrate J Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rates tithe ot trains Sleeping Cur Jteser TiitlonH Etc call on any Ticket Agent or address O P McUAItTY Gonl Pass Agent Cincinnati Ohio or It M OKO WX n VAt IouUvllle Ky Anyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion tree whether an Invention It Communlca nonsatrtcu condentlaiHANDBOOK on Patents sent freo Oldest aiencr forsecuring atents Patent taken k Co receive notice without charge In the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culatlon of any eclentmo Journal Terms 13 a year four months tL Bold byall newsdealers MUNN CO361 Broadwal New York Branch Office 625 F BU Washington D CoI The Kind You Have Always Bought Mill which has been in use for over SO years has homo tho signature of c and has peen made under his per= sonal supervision since its infancy X r Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but IExperiment that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORA9Cas- toria is a harmless substituto for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops 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 Dlnrrluca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tllO Stomach raid Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens ullaceaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 7Bears the Signature of w The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CINTAUH COMPANY TT MUKHAV TKCCT NEW YOaa CITY 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 Wo make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We carry in stock Belting Hose Packing of all kids Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings of all kinds Valves of all kinds We can supply your wants on short noticeI Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly Tweddell at Hartford Respy Lees Machine Works OWENSBORO KYI VORMSI 1 In B it In For 20 Years HIS Led III PW sltoza nxxPrepared by 1 F St Louis Fors ale by J H Ky Groves Tasteless Chili has stood the test 25 years Sales o Does this record ofmerit to you Eadosed with every bottle is Ten Cent package of Groves YC WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGE IUoit QntnUtr Quality Worm Remedies aT OJACGGIiIOXS IJAMES BALLARD Willliams Hartford Average Annual bottles appeal d hMM4d 11111 + 44i4 a 5R- EASONS WJlY You should take a Coors at the herrous irlende The luneral will be conducted at- rthe residence tomorrow at n oclock by the Rev Reid of Livermore after which the interment will take place at the Eaton cemetery e d b sM- r r u t Hartford Republican Indued Uv the Hartford Iubltehingeompnny iNconroiavKD C E NI1TIII cIlfor = tcrno co CIIrnrorlCln 31 ouch tivu 3 FRIDAY APRIL I- ANNOUNCEMENT rott ailsR We arc initlioHioil to nntntnw IAMKS 1 MOHTdN nHHitiiiiltilHti for flu offlwof Inllr of Ohio ruuntrnulijtft In tin iietloii of tin Itt lulhan pnrt TUB only trouble between Hayes and Beckbam was the distribution of the 80200 BECK HAM unblushingly admits that Calhoun is still one of his pet graft era THE society edition ot our daily papers gives undoubted evidence that the June bride is beginning to do up her back hair Tilt fact that radium has advanced 84000000 within the past ten days is a warning to those who have not done so to lay in their supply at onceA j FEW journals insist that oppor tunity is knocking at the door of Democracy You may be sure that its with the usual style Democratic hammer DAVID B HILL recently remarked that Grover Cleveland is a goodman but not as a candidate for President Thus do we see that dead men do tell tales sometimes IT is reported that Aguinaldo will visit the United States this year A worm welcome awaits the George Washington of the Philippines at the St Louis Democratic convention IT is a very noticeable fact that when anybody steps on the Govern ors Calhoun Sore toe he yells loudly AttorneyGeneral Hays mentioned it the Calhoun fee and as a conbequence bad a third reader grade composition perpetrated on him by the wily Governor The Lexington Leader says With Attorney ietunil Iliiyn ptollni the fkln off the thin places on Jovernor lleckUuiun nimtomy and i uv lletktmm rubbltiK Hiilphnrlc iiiM on the pliices Rhea llnyn is raw the hltuiitlnn ut lrunkfort Is up to the fellow with the nriilcu bottle When the skin is all ofl the thin places tackle a thick place General and nver let up Till bottom seems to have dropped out of the Hearst boom and the yel low fieri is passed Democratic pol iticians had no phjectiin to his mon eyin fact the saliva bad already commenced to fl w in the mouths of many who were contemplating his millions but tbe discovery has been made that his head is an absolute vacuum and that it would be better suited for experimental demonstra tions in a labratory than a curio in the White House- ATTORNEY GENERAL HAYS in a letter addressed to Governor Beck ham in referring to the enormous attorney fees paid by the Governor to Capt Calhoun and others of his pets says The most liberal couHtrurtton of the constitution and taws don not confer power on either the SlIrnnor or auditor to make these employment without the concent or reijuiwt of the Attorney Genvr nl nod that thin extravagance and waste of the peoples money In without authori ty and tmwarrnntoil under the conntitu ton fllltJ the law of the practical demonstration of the fact has yet been produced thought ful yes ho portrayed a fine large slice of it when he vetoed the bil to limit the bystanders on a jury to three Every lawyer every pro fessional juryman every scheming deputy eherifr and every shyster around our court houses knows that under the present jury law n jury can be made up wholly of bystanders who are present fir that purpose This has been practically demonstrat ed here in our own court house It is very often the case that the courthouse is packed by friends of one side of a litigation for the pur pose of getting on the jury when the regular jurors are all excusedor us in the cases of the parties tried toi the murder of Wm Goebel jurors hostile to the defendants are deliberately summoned Whenever this occurs it is not a jury trial of the case but u political maneuver and n defeat of a trial by an impartial jury as intended under the law of the land Quite thoughtful you are Mr Beckham in prohibiting by your veto an amendment to the h1when there is the least shadow of a chance of its benetitting the poor unfortunate and hounded fellows who are now lying helplessly in dungeon cells NEW MASTER COMMISSIONER- ONE of the last official acts of Judge Birkhead at the recent term of the Ohio Circuit Court was the appointment of Mr Frank L Felix- to the lucrative position of Master Commissioner It will be remembered that Mr Felix was a warm supporter of Judge Birkhead in the con test for the nomination and final elec tion and his friends accept his ap pointment as a fitting compliment The appointment of Mr Felix was however a sore disappointment to the friends of Mr T J Smith the other applicant for the position It cannot be denied that Mr Smith deserved ly stands at tbe head of the Demo cratic party in this county and did more realand effective work for Judge Birkhead in his contest for the nomination and election than any other individual in the county Mr Smith is not only one of tho best Democrats in the county but is admired hn host of the best citizens irrespective of political affection and they no less than his politicalasso ciates feel that he deservedly merited the position to which Mr Felix was appointed It vas a foregone conclusion from the start that this posi tion of honor trust and profit whould go to one of these gentlemen and their friends whispered it about that the Judges promise had been passed to each of them and it was upon this promise that Mr Smith as well Mr Felix based his claim for the ap pointment It is we believe a clear case of bad faith and broken promise and places the Judge in rather n dis advantageous light before we Ohio couutians for we had begun to ad mire him both AS an individual and as judge but if he be not of the type who keeps bis promise with his own brother politicans we are sure that be would not hesitate to break them with usA Love Letter Would not interrest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a- box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store m NO CREEK KY March 3IDfd you say we were going to have a stock law in Ohio county The health in our neighborhood is fairly good Willie Stevens has been very sick with pneumonia but is better now Dr Stewart has been very busy this winter he Is busy almost night and day he has been very successful not having lost a case J W Sanderfur sold his farm last week to Mr Quissnbsrry of Owens boro for 1800 Mrj B S Chatnbsrlain is in very healthWill prophet kindly tell us If eshSill expect another winter like now bidding adieu if so we to one 1dscatter ChapQuartezlyM Church D D Presiding J 00 Wjlslt LO u Elder preached these helpful sermons Rev Cantrell preached at Wesley Chapel the third Sunday We were amused when we learned of the departure of the Kentucky Legislature froth the Capital Building to the tune ol Old Kentucky Home The song should have been Were Going Home to Die no More The hustling merchants ol our town Foster Co are doing big bust near Married on the 23rd at No Creek M E church Mr Luther H Webb and Mss Myrtle MoreUnd The wedding was n beautiful aff lr nt S oclock p m The attendants four beautiful young ladies entered the church two and two keeping step to the beautiful wedding march played on the organ by Ethel sister of the bride Following the attendants came the bride nnd groom taklnj their places beneath the arc ol lights The iuipesslve and most beautiful ceremony we have ever listened to was spoken by Rev Cantrellmaking them husband and wife May Heavens richest blessing rest upon them Mr J W Sanderfer thinks of WOVe ing to Lebanon Junction and going into businss at that place Oh ye people come not this way for ducks Mr David Moreland and Dr Stewart went duck hunting last week they returned minus thats all Mr Hayden Webb went to Owens boro Monday Mrs Hayden Webb visited her parents Monday Easter services at No Creek church easter Sunday morning and evening Everybody invited Save the LOnesMrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes 1 believe Ballard Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine and will do all that is claimed for it arid it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no need for it Ballards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 25c 50c and 8100 at J H Williams m SMALLHOUS KY Rev Ollie Well failed to come to his appointment at the Smallhous church on account ot measles Born to the wife of Mr Gerg White March 25th a girl Mr T L Withrow and family Cei tral city were the guests of Mr 5nb Fulkerson and family last week they were accompanied to their home ny Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson SaturdayMr Robertson Hartford was in our midst Saturday the guest of Mr Herman Addington Messrs Ott Kimbly Will Howell and Ross Morton who are attending school at Hartford were at home Sat urday and Sunday the guests of their parentsMesdames John Igleheart and J C Bennett are on the sick list W C Overhults Hartford visited his home Monday and Tuesday Mr Robert Hunter was at Center town Saturday- Mr Owen Hunter returned from his home to Hartford Friday Mrs Bob Matthews gave a dinner Saturday in honor of her daughte Miss Jennies birthday Born to the wile ol Mr Harry Ev erly March 27 tb a boy Miss Cora Kimbley gave an enter tainment Sunday evening Mr Henry P Addington and bride spent last Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs W M Ad dingtonMr Lesslie Dwire of South Car rollton is the guest of Mr Walter HarrisMr Kiah Tichenor left for Illinois Saturday CENTERTOWN KY March 3oMiss Bell Condit of Matanzas is here visiting the family of Dr Tichenor Mr Jake Condit is slowly recover- Ing from his recent illness Mr John Gray is at home again after a short business trip to Indiana Miss Ada Heflin is visiting her aunt Mrs Wing Ross Rockport Mrs Willie Pate and son Owen are visiting the family of J T Ben nett Mr Robbie Rowe is visiting his grandparents in Hatfield Ind Mr Ed Render has a position as assistant cashier in our bank Mr Herbert Myers Render was here this week on business Mr C L Brown has resumed work In his shop after several weeks ill nessOne Minute Cough Cure Fer Coughs Colds an Croup w I Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as in tho SpringTho blood io impure weak and impoverished a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on the face and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make tho blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and curo all eruptions have too wholo family begin to take them today Hoods Sarsaparllla has been used In our family for coma time and always with good results Lust spring I was all run down and cot a bottle of It and ns usual received great benefit Miss BEULAU ROYCE Stowe Vt Hoods Sarsnpnrllln promises to euro and koops tho promise Beckham R W Knott editor Louisville Evening Post declares himself unable to understand the principles that govern Gov Beckham In his vetoing meth ods What would seem far more strange to me than anything Beck ham may do in the way of pardons and vetoes is that any man much less one of Mr Knotts ability should be puzzled for a moment to under stand the Governors methods Has not Mr Knott read in his Louisville contemporary the Courier Journal that Beckham is a naughty politician I believe the author of the words quoted intended to write mediocre politician anyway I am sure that is what he meant and ought have said- I am fully prepared to believe all he CourierJournal said about the Hargis brothers during the JettWhite trial I accept without mental ressr vatioo the Courier Journals state ment that Beckham and the Hargis brothers are very much In politics tad very much in the same kind of politic Beckham and Alvey were In poli tics nnd Beckham pardoned the silf confessed criminal to rebuke the prosecution Does Mr Knott un derstand that net of execution clem ency Alvey grateful to the Governor that he coup go on about his nefari ous rambling business instead hen ing the term n the petiltentUry that the courts said he should seivi dt dared Louisville should give Mr Beckbnm 5 ooo majority and Louis ville delivered the goods Btckhatn sands with his hands e bow deep in the State Tresury dish ing out fees to the favorite hench men he finds it convenient to employ from time to time The Calhoun fees aggregated about 591000 The work should have been done for 3 000 28000 for printing some school supplies which the lead ing job printers of Louisville said should net have cost more than 4000 at the most The Governor swore he did not examine the work which cost the State S2S ooo and that he would not have known wheather it filled the contract if he had examined it Doss that statement of the Gov enor puzzle Mr Knott a littt The printing committee of which I believe the Govenor was chairman was directed by the law to submit to each session of the Legislature an itemized statement of the money paid out for printing since the last session They made no report whatever to the LegislatureBeckham based his claim for elect Ion on the fact that he had put down the Breathett county feud and in less than six month alter his election he become the most prompt ally of the Breathitt friends He proclaimed ev erywhere that the penitentiaries were so economically managed as to be for the first time selfsustaining but the fact is the penitentiaries cost the State 325000 for that period Does Mr Knott see The Legislature passed an act ap propriating 400 to repair exPresi dent Taylors monument and 100 annually to keep it up The Gov ernor vetoed the bill as out 01 place The Legislature passed an act ape propriating 20000 to erect a monu ment to Wm Goebel and the govern or signed that act The Legislature passed an act cre ating a new county and called it Thorne The Govenor voted that act The same Legislature made anew county and called its name Beck barn Said county crosses the Ohio river and extends nine miles Into the State of Ohio The Governor slgnud dr+++++ b+++ 4++++++++++++++ ++++++F3+++++++444 ++ bf+++t f With the Coming t I of Easter or to are ottering the latest at till lowest price J 1 S1eIflllill our department we are haillrI I unprecedented success comment showing unJ i parallcd beauties If are in doubt as to what OUP I wear in dont fur a mU1l1unli four ability in department rather know OUlt experience untii labor have placed us in J which position we occupy ease irof to 4 t Ladies Skirts t Our line of tailormade Skirts A is certainly the most beautiful andextensive we have overt shown Made in all the latest from the fab t thus setting forth all tho I features of all uptodate gar mcnt the price IS easily t within your reach t+ Clothingishown + every success t is the crowning lecture Jn our Clothing department wo have inn especial pride are lon fidont that our purchases were T end thorough acquaint tluinsolves a thorough e 3 iMillinery and you this line question but and and rics and and 1sl1otu most san iguine expectations receiving only highest praise in price quality and fit from all our many customers Tor Remember we many to which we to call your + attention but you come we tgreat pleasure ill waiting upont mont So to see us and your family and t I and we will convince you this is correct IA place to trade t p 1 S 4++++++44++++++++++++++++s +++++++++++++++++++ ++++++ that act Does Mr Kvott see anything strange in all those things The Attorney Genertl oJ Kentucky a Democrat elected when Govenor Beckham was elected says the governor and Auditor have employed and and paid out in fees to lawyers about 237000 in the last four Ytars That is considerably more than the Presi dent of the United States received lor- a like porioJ of time Will the read er bear with me a moment I wish to quote from the Attorney General Mr Hays Here him It is however our contention that the most liberal construction that can be placed on sections 11213114 and 115 of Kentucky Statutes as amend ed by act of 1932 does not confer pow er on either the governor or the audit or to make the employments without the consent or request of the General and that this extravagence and waste of the peoples money is without authority and unwarranted under the constitution and said statute We hope that there will be no at to continue this practice dur ing our incumbency in and that the in favor of the common weulth will be sent direct to this of fice for collection and we take this opportunityIf suits are here after brought in the name of the common wealth without the consent of the Attorney General they will be dis missedI briefly hinted at some ofthe things that have transpired during Beckhams reign God only knows what lies yet unrevealed But is it notenough Is any one man yet at a loss to understand the Beckham ad ministration DeWiftts Hzoi Salve For Pilo Burnt Soros ttvupon us tho early i buyers begin to Jl1OJor with the j correct things for Ells Icr attire After havt Ills made Stu IVof the latest styles which Master ii sure bring forth we only should this that ing 1ront3 with styles newest erthe i have things would like when illtake tlttoCoJlane bring friends that the J TICHENOR McHenry KylI Attorney tempt office claims I I Can You Figure I 200w I Giremwayto I Carson HARTFORD Kfo I How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county atrthe November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes4t cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 2500 Third 1000 Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 A For each dollars worth of goodsJbought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The test will be decided conIthe decision of tbe election com mlssionerj who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out qfter 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc 4 h C elE P Barnes Bro Our Buyers Have Returned Our New Spring Goods Have Arrived Our Spring Business has Begun + i Barnes Spring Merchandise Kvory department in our store is running over with the now things for spring tutu wu ixleml n special in vitation to everybody to visit our store Look at our immense collection of new things for spring There is t no concern that can servo you better than we Barnes Spring Millinery lOxteiibive preparations have been made to make this novTr charge of Miss Merrio King whose natural ability and extensive experience place her in the front rank in this line Dont be satisfied until you see our Ladies Mis ses and Childrens Hats iBarnes Spring Dress Goods You have never seen such an array ofentirely new fabrics as will greet you when entering our Dress Goods i and Trimming Department Miss Fannie Barnes as sisted by Miss Alice Edmonds is ready to welcome and serve you I Barnes Spring Shoes and Slippers We have never shown a more attractive line of foot t wear than the one just put on sale We have Shoes and Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children Ve have Shoes and Low Cuts fur men boys and little areIi Barnes Spring Clothing f We can show you the prettiest line of ReadyMade j Clothing that you ever saw Suits that fit and wear until a man is satisfied It is your loss if you fail to prcir iold up to man t j Beaver Dam Ky 0 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA New Spring Clothing 9bf Our line of liens Clothing for the Spring trade has arrived and is now ready for your in spection We aro now handling the celebrated Sterling Brand and guarantee every suit that sell Prices ranging from S000 2200 Wo have also reeeivclour line of new Spring Hats for men We handle the famous Swan Brand the best the marketWe have also receivedour line of Spring ShoesHamilton Brown Every pair guaranteed give satisfaction Our line of Spring Shirts are all in We also have a few black Worsted Suits which still go 245a bargain few better grade Suits 300 Three mens Suspenders 25c Best Calico 5c Good r Bleached Cotton 5c Good Cotton Socks 5c six big Handkerchiefs 25c Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL I New Seed Potatoes at Carson Bros Seed Potato Onions at Carson Bros I Gents furnishing goods a specialty- at ECONOMY STORE Our prices keep us busy CARSON Co Ham Sandwitches and Hot Collee at City Restaurant Economy smiley at our prices CARSON Co Mj what nice Candies and Fruits at City Restaurant Norval Brown McHenry called to see us while in town Tuesday Start zotbCentury trading here CARSON Co I What other stores will do we will I do better CARSON Co Our prices make you want the goods at CARSON The more you deal here the more you will want tr CARSON Co i J M Whitehouse Livermore call I ed to see us while In town Tuesday Dont to see our offer for cash business CARSON I We buy as low as we can and sell I the same way CARSON Co J G Wilsou of Salem neigh borhood called to see us while in town Saturday Dont forget that City Restaurant is headquarters for everything good to eat Park Brothers will start today for the Evansville market with a fleet ol 4000 sawlogs Drop in at City Restaurant County Court Day and get you an uptodate meal or lunch and Mrs A M Wilson Pren tis visited family of Judge J B i Wilson IOSTROPATIIDr D W King is at i Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf IDr J W Taylor Cromwell i to his residence recently erected In East Hartford i See cur new Spring Shoes and Slip pers latest styles ECONOMY STORE I Every time you spend a dollar with us we give yon a guess on the election which will give you a chance to get a cash premium We offer sixty chances CARSON AAAAAA AAAAI I 9 li fi fi we we to on to Clay at A at pairs the by once Co fail Co the Mr the hat new All Co W fII 49 9haveI 4 be convinced that ours is the cheapest house in the county bit fi Yours for BL1sirless 9 fi SAM BACH Hartford E iI 1 r Mrs O C Roll and Mrs Jennie Hamilton Greenville are visiting relatives and friends here this week Call to see our new Suits They are swell nt 10 and125u They cant be beat elsewhere at these low pjlces ECONOMY STORE Mr Y L Mosley wni appointed Trustee of the Jury Fund by Judge BIrkhead n1 the recent term of the Ohio Circuit Court Deputy Sheriff Stn Keown who has superseded R L Boyd will move to Beaver Dam soon to be more a cessahl to his woic Sherif Cal P Keown and Deputy Chester Keown conveyed J N HECk and Hitch Baugh to the Eddy yule penitentiary last Saturday Young man dont fall to visit us when you want to dress up We can moneythttECONOMY STORE Mr A M Acton of Sulphur Springs after a Sew day visit to friends and relatives in that neighbor hood has returned to school at Valpa raiso Iud Mrs F A Shaver aeid at her home near No Creek Tuesday nightI and was buried at Central Grove cem etery at 10 oclock yesterday morn ing Deputy Sherjff Clarence Keown has been transferred from the Center town district to the Fordsville district He will in the near future move to Fordsville to be nearer to hisI work Mr Tom Wand of Morgantown has accepted the position of loretran of THE REPUBLICANS typographical force He is qualified proficient and Industrious and will no doubt serve us well Mrs Sarah F Fuqua wife of Moses Fuqua died at her home at Taylor Mines last Sunday of grip Her remains were interred at Barnetts Creek Church burying ground Monday afternoon Mr James Nance has accepted a position on The Hattford Heralds typographical force and Mr Ramey Duke is filling the place at THE RE PUBLICAN office made vacant by the resignation of Mr Nance Piol Thos R Corwine of Cincin nail Ohio entertained at ConrtI Hall Monday and Tuesday evenings nnder the auspicied of the local Y M C A Quite a crowd heard him and enjoyed the fun Prof Corwine Is a polyphonlst of rare talent and an ex pert in his line II 1 I have for sale a good black horse I5J hands high 9 years old will work well anywhere and safe for anybody to ride or drive See me at my farm 3 mile south oi Centertown Ky W I ROWE Mr J A Anderson who has for several years been foreman of THE REPUBLICANS typographical force has accepted a position as foreman on the staff of the Grayson Gazette at Leitchfield Mr Anderson is a first class printer and a sober honest and Industrious citizen His wife and daughter Miss Cova will join him In a few gays Independent Telephone companies of several central States have reached a satisfactory agreement whereby the lines of the several companies have been connected and satisfactory toll rates have been established and fixed at less than rates of other lines which agreement or arrangement will ena ble us to reach most any point in Kentucky Illinois Iowa Ohio Penn E sylvania New York Michigan Mis sourl Kansas and Texas over our Rough River phones In the county ol In our next issue will in appear the first number of a beautiful Serial Sto ry entitled Kate Bone nett A Romance of a Pirates daughter Strayed From Hartford One gray horse about 154 hands high Any information leading toa his recovery will be rewarded 37tf S A ANDERSON Notice to Teachers Records in this office show that from 1898 to 1903 about fifty volumes of the Ohio County Teachers library have been taken out by teachers and not returned All teachers and fam as ilies of those who have been engaged in teaching are respectfully asked to return to this office all books taken prior to October 1933 JAMES DBWEESE S C S r A Easter Specials We are showing u large and most beautiful collection of Wash Goods Woolen Dress Goods Millinery etc especially adapted to your Easter wants We want your Easter trade and we are sure that our vast stock and low prices will merit it Special No 1 Millinery We certainly appreciate the high praises sung by the vast crowd that thronged this department Saturday Our large assortment and low prices are already having their effect Dont be put oil with just anything come to us we will put you in the style at a low cost Special No 2Wool Goods We are showing the most varied assortment that has eyer been our pleasure to offer you White Goods an endless variety Cotton Voils a grand line and great imitation of the fine Woolen Voiles Fancy Figured Lawns and Ba tists in all the new spring shades are worth to day 15c our low price is lOc These goods should interest you Come and see them Special No aKid Gloves and Belts These you must have on Easter Our Glove stock was never in better condition The new snades in Brown The White Black and other staple shades are found at our Glove counter Andremember they are the 125 kind for 1 The new belts ore certainly pretty and stylish Among the knowing ones the Bead and Guilt Belts are taking the lead50c is the price Special No 4Hosiery The demand for fancy Hosiery this season will far surpass any yet We have given special attention to this line so Easter finds us up with the latest All shades are good but gray is in the lead We have them from 15c to 50c pair Besides the special items we extend to you a cor dial invitation to come and inspect our great line of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Furnishing Goods etc Courteous treatment and low cash prices to all The Great Bargain Center Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales Cattle best quality 4 40 to 4 65 Hogsbest quality 5 60 Choice light shippers 520 Sheep and LambsExtra slipping ShiPIpingOur New Story the first number of which will appear next week willbea treatto all lovers of Stories or fiction License to Wed The following permits to wed hav been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue John W Allen Balzetown to Gladys Wood Bazetowa Thomas A Fowler Gulfport Miss to Margaret Davidson Hartford Young People Wed Tuesday at noon at the residence Mr J E Davidson In East Hartford Mr Thomas Fowler was united marrige to Miss Margaret David son RevWT Mlllerot the Method- 1st church spoke the words that join these young folks for life Mr resides at Gulfport Missis sippl and is engaged in the railroad and express business at that place The bride is the daughter of Mr A W Davidson and is one of Ohio countys most accomplished teachers nd one ot Hartfords popular ladies Immediately after the ceremony they left for Montgomery Alabama the home of Mr Fowlers parents where they will visit for a few days after which they will make their home at l Gulfport I The wedding was a quiet one and quite a surprise to some of our people the young couple had kept their plans well to themsslves They met about a yenr ago while Miss Davidson was visiting her sister May hapl ness attend them along lifes journey- Is the wish of THE REPUBLICAN at INJURIES FATAL Mrs Harrison Crushed to Death at Island ISLAND KY March 29 1904 Mrs Prudie Brown Harrison wife ofJohn W Harrison the well known timber man died at her home here this morning as the result of injuries bybeingform Some reconstruction work was being done on the residence and in passing by a brace supporting a heavy timber Mrs Harrison caught hold of it and the ring on her finger caught on a nail in the brace unbal ancing it causing the timber to fall and she not being able to get her hand loose from the brace on account of the ring the structure in falling threw her to the ground arid Immedi ately under the heaviest offmber Drs Almon and FHzhaghlof this place and Beard of Live were summoned and were almost conltant ly with per While they were never able to jjptermine to the exact extent of her injuries it is presumed they were principally internal It was thought Monday morning that she would recover but her improvement proved to be only temporary and she gradually grew worse until death came atjoclock this morning Mrs Harrison was a daughter of Mr E P Brown of this place who with her husband and five children two of whqm are nearly grown snr vive She Is also survived by a sis ter Mrs Eaton and brother Mr Jas Brown a merchant here Mrs Har rison being a devoted Christian and friend of every one who knew her will be greatly missed by her numer ous friends The tuneral will be conducted at the residence tomorrow at I 1 oclock by the Rev Reid of Livermore af ter which the interment will take place at the Eaton cemetery I a a r t = I w A FAMOUS HOAX I Tfifl Trick Theodore Hook Played on a j Woman He Disliked lieodoro Hook the wit par excel loco of the earh nineteenth cen tury Is a namothat still brings a hind of genial glow to the mind ns at tho remembrance of good and happy days We suspect however that very few people todny could give a dellnite account of who Theo dore Hook wns and what lu did Au article in the Cornhill by Vjs count St Gyres sets the wit full his circle pretty clearly before the mind This unions hoax for example played oil on Mrs Tottenham an old lady of Berners street who hul offended him may be new to many readers and is at least worth re peating Ill make the old woman the talk of London he said and accordingly wrote to every sort and kind of Irsonit is said to 4000 in all asking them to call at her house in Berners street on a certain day The first thing witnessed says a newspaper of the time was six stout men bearing an organ surrounded by wine porters barbers with wigs mantaumakcrs with bandboxes opticians with the vari ous instruments of their trade Wagons laden with coal from the Paddington wharfs upholsterers goods in cart loads pianofortes lin descriptionfilled coffin was brought to the house inado by order agreeable to letter iiro feet six by sixteen inches There wsre accoucheurs tooth drawers miniature painters and servants of ovary description wanting places Certain revelations to be made respecting a complicated system of England establishment The lord mayor and his chaplain were allured by an inn tation to receive the deathbed confession ofa peculating common council man while the Duke flf Gloucester started off with Colonel Dalton to receive a communication from a dying woman formerly a confidentialattendant on his royal highness mother His were the royal liveries conspicuous on the oc casionThere must certainty have been a zest to life in those days though the old lady of Berners street may not have enjoyed the joke as much as did Theodore Hook and the actor Lintot who rented a chamber op posite the fated house and looked down on the wilderness of wagons nnd carriers that filled the ways for blocks around Morning Wakers A writer in the London Chron icle noting a reference in Scribners Magazine to a sign in a Dutch town LY D Zwnan Morgcu Wekker which means morning waker notesIthat the industry is common di tricts where London workingmen io and sixpence a week from each lint is the usual wakerV wage All over London too policemen make a little extra in waking tho e 1ioe work calls them early He Us of seeing a South Kensington Constable clambering suspiciously upon u vnll 1 here the peace oili or caught the end of a rope and pulled till an answering shout was Tho constable explained that the other end of the rope was allixcd to a bakers bedclothes A Pleasant Hour With Carlyle Thomas Carlyle was a hoarder of the gold ofsilence and would jut for hours pulling away at his pipe without uttering more than a monosyllalIeLiigli mate once wrote to a friend Have carIJlehe snapped out Good day and that I Li the sum of the conversation he eloquenthis strengthenedfor I Twice Not A young lady was TwoIgallant captain in a orated recess On her knee was a 1 appearanceskt I flu door open were the rest of the company I Says the little niece in a jealous u nd very audible voice Auntie kiss me too You should say twice Ethel iVar Two is not grammar was the immediate rejoinder Breaking It Gently Father Eleanor now that ouJ Invf given up young Hopkins I wish he would stop coming to the 1JUUH Daughter Hes been here onljlseven this week pa Only seven times How manyJ do you want him to come Dojjt be lursh father George 3 trvin to break it off gradually p 4 at I had scrofula and erysipelas for eight een years until I heard Of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov cry writes Mr Hilery Koons of Queens- V Va When I commenced to take this medicine I weighed one hundred and thirty pounds I have taken six bottles of Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery and three vials of his Picas ant Pellets and nui glad to say I feel like a new man I now weigh one hun dred and seventyfive pounds When I had used one bottle of the medicine I could feel it was helping me I realize Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the best medicine on earth Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery purifies the blood and entirely eradicates the poisons that breed and feed disease It cures scrofula eczema erysipelas boils pimples and other eruptions that mar and scar the skin Pure blood is essential to good health The weak rundown debilitated con dition which so many people ex perience is commonly the effect of impure blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery not only cleanses the blood of impurities but it in creases the activity of the blood making glands and it enriches the body with an abundant supply of pure rich blood FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 2 onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Rnffaln N V Ulysses and Philip Time cannot change nor custom stale the infinite uniformity of the human heart When tho late Admiral Philip reproved his enthusiastic men at the battle of Santiago with the tender words of compassion for the defeated foe Dont cheer boys the poor devils arc dying the heart of tho worldresponded approvingly But the American ad miral was not the first man to have that feeling for the humane proprieties in the face of death It is re latedof Ulysses also a sailor that he chided the old nurse when she began to rejoice over the slaughter- of Penelopes wooers telling her that her satisfaction at the doing eXIJressClluloudboast over slain men Ulysses and Philip each knew that he was an instrument in the execution of a righteous purpose but when the work was done each was saddened by the thought that death had come through his nets and each was trans formed from an avenging agent into a compassionate man Youths Companion CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature C Value of the Bee IThe value of the bee in the work plants for carrying pol len from one plant to another is greater tlan Its use In producing honey says the Southwest In fact without the aid of bees many crops would be complete failures Darwin found that In 100 heads of purple clover protected from the visitations 01 bees not a seed was produced while 100 heads visited by bees pro duced nearly 3000 seeds When two varieties of certain plants are prawn in the same neighborhood thtre Is a liability of crossfertilizttlon lit bees forage over a wide territory it will therefore pay the farmer or fruit grower to keep at least one hive of bees or encouiage his neighbor to do so A Cure For Hoadacho Any man woman or child sutler lag from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take one or two of DeWitts Littlo Early His ers night aud morning These fa mous little pills are famous because they are tonic as wellas a pill While they cleanse the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effects upon the liver and bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin cIBro m a A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a national illustrated agricultural wek ly of tweaty large rages has no su perior as a thoroughly ptactlcal and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and tht publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequaled by any paper of its class in the United Stab S Knowing that every enttrprising uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made an exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to ofler the two pa pers 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 THK HARTFORD REPUBLICAN is Ji 00 a year but both papers will be sent for a lull year If you forward 5125 to TIlE REPUIJUCAN Hartford Ky IISend your name and address to The Tribune Farmer New York City and a specimen copy of that paper will be mailed to you IThe Best Family Salve Witch Hazel gives in stant relief from Burns cures Cuts Bruises sores Eczema Tetter and all abrasion of the skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DeWitta and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is per fectly harmless and cures Sold by Z Wayne GrifllnBro m Passing It On That drug store man up by our SqueezeriiIllWhats the matter asked Jud kins lIe passed a bad quarter off on me 9 suppose you gave it back to him No said Squeez em it was too much trouble 1 put it in the collection basket at church 7 Health For a QuarterPe- ople who have torpid liver find life a misery All they need is a mild remedy like DAJvJON5h IYER AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the i liver to its proper work and the Pellets invigorate the system In short they both assist Nature as a medicine should do S Complete Treatment 1lJ t1 Only 25 cents 711 tttII1r OUR CLUBBING RATES IiF REPUBLICAN and Louisville Ielall125fil- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIlE REPUBLICAN and New York Tribune 125 lIE REPUBLICAN and ThriccaWoelc Vorld 1G5 IK REPUBLICAN and YellowJacket 125- TIm REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN tl1I Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 L DAILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route opetates Pull man Tourist sleeptn St Louis to C litornit having 830 a in dully via Little Rock Te arkana Dallas Fort WcMth and Kl Paso The Ideal Route to California Past schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally during March nod Arril 19 4 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers va Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 II in from Kansas City Vednednjs Thursdays and Fridays 63 i pm going via Pueblo D R G System through Glen wood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various print in the Vet nnd I Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders conIsultR T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Ioulsville Ky Anxious For Questions TAttle Johnny having been invit ed out to dinner with his mother was commanded not to speak at the table except he was askeda ques tion aud promised to obey the corn mand At the table no attention was paid to Johnny for a long time Tie grew very restless and his moth er could see that he was having H hard time to hold in By and by he could stand it no longerHMum ma he called out when are they I going to begin asking me questions Puck The Worms Punishment A father had been lecturing his son upon the evils of staying out late at night and of getting up late in till morning You never will amount to anything he continued unless you turn over a new leaf Remember that the early bird catch es the worm How about tho worm father inquired the youngmnn borrowing the old sarcasm he rather foolish to get up so early My son replied the old man solemnly that worm hadnt been to led at all lie was on his way home Two Professional When lrfesor Itokitunfki of Wi ennn wu aked if ho had any son he answered Four U And what professions have thy chosen Two howl and two vnsj the laconic reply- A couple of his sons wore Ch ers and the otlicr two wero doctors i Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seedmay seem the same but some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay smalland weak Scotts Emulsion offers an way out of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strengthWhatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow Scotts Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right I Send for free sample Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl St New York soc and zuoialldruggists FORS1LE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in time Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in tho Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address fuR REPUBLICAN THIS is A- Presidential Year And you will want to he reliably In formedat nil times on Important questions such ns NICAIMSUA PANAMA AInII IxKCMKOClTVIUOTKCTIVK TAHIKK I And many other questions thnt the Congress of the United States is now I considering To itt v onr t4c15 I NtmlKht nnd without 11114 or editorial opinion It viI b necessary for you to take a truthful Republican paper I The Louisville i HeraldLorisviiLK K YoI publishIedI It has grown to hen power In the I State You can 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Opportunities quadrupled and so on Thats theIj condition in the great Southwest Arkansas Indian and Oklahoma This vast territory is supporting less than ta oneiourth the population of its capacity FertHea Inad where wheat and cotton thrive side by sidewhere two yearly vegetable crops are demonstrated possibilities the greatest fruitpasection in the country but thats only half the story The uclowthe main point Theres room for success in the great Southwest Illustrated literature sent on request ONE FARE Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each Mouth I CI 1 0 Otto II LEK G 1 A little Hock Ark an HI McGUIRK D P AmlHOWARD JOLLY T I A Cincinnati O t cIL AyersJQI I LW14 Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well SarsaparillaSmall SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask your doctor is He has our formula and will explain I II When 13 an old for moony months no ono thought I mulct live because of thin Monti i Hut 111 ft few weeks Ayerskvauparllla com plete restored me tn flltf E IILCKUINBTBH Vlliellllll NJ 9100 A bottle a C AVER CO All Lnwpll MRKI elrlllrLhtofor The Children Biliousness constipation provont recovery Curo thoso with Ayors Pills THE SINNERS SONG If once at bay I touched a crime In boyhood hothead heedless time Andall my nelgbors rang the chime Wherever I might wander Do you believe I could o tHve Or that my neighbors would forgive That stretching stain of slander I Do you believe that I could rise I And by doughty deed and wiseIWash out that blot I wonder Or if I strive in doing good saving all the souls I could Wherever Imigbt wander Would that one stain upon my name Outweigh my labor and my fame Alas you know it would Would all my struggles nil my tears For days and nights for months for years Be ever understood My sorrow and my piteous prayer Might reach Almightys gracious ear But would my neighbor hear mankindfBut never never dumb beasts that drabble in your penr pWhatCould I have hid that early crime And tuned n y sycophantlne chime To key with pleasing lies And Jstufi beasts loathsome billyfull And pat his elephantine hullIOt please his amorous eyes 5 How were I How wise were I well Id live How damned Id die Richard Mansfield Saved Two From Death lOur little daughter had an fatalattack of whooping coughand writes Mrs W KHavil and of Armonk N Y but when others remedies failed we saved limo with Dr Kings New Discov Our neice who had Consumption in au advance stage oleo usedII woudeaful medicine and to da is perfectly well Desperate and lung diseases yield to Drn ings New Discovery as to no oche on earth Infallible for to CICoughsbottles guaranteed by Z Wayne Gnf Bros 111it Annual Meeting of Y M C A The State Executive Committee of Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associations held its annual meeting- on Thursday evening March 17 at Restaurant Vatel in the City ofw After the annual dinner Committee took up the business the evening lAfter twentyfive years of faithful service as chairman Mr James Ed Hardy was unanimously reo Mr John L Wheat Vlce- hairman Mr George L Burton reo cording secretary and Mr Val P Col treasurer were reelected by vote The following secretaries were for the ensuing years Henry E Rosevear State Secre JFC B Van Horn Religious and Ed Work Department E D Lucas Student Department P C Dlx County Work Depart If ment B W Godfrey County Work De WIpartmcntThe budget for the year will entail expenditure of 12500 for the pro and extension of this work Co throughout the State Plans and tlon policies for the promotion of all dethpartment were adopted and a great vjprk is expected this year JAPANS SUPREMACY How It Has Been Attained in the Far East In nn article on Japanese Patriot ism in the April Pearaons Mr Alexander Hume Ford gives an Interesting account oi Japans foresighted policy He fays Every year from two to three thcusind students are sent to Ame- lea and as many go to Europe to enter the most advanced universities and machine shops of the two worlds These young men are thoroughly impressed with a sense of their own 1m portance knowing full well that it is tneir destiny to return to Japan and carry the country forward along ad vanced lines of civilization Their intense patriotism urges them as a rule despite the obstacle of a foreign tongue to seek the honors of their class and the Japanese students abroad may always be tound in the front ranks of American and European colleges and naval academies Once graduated they quickly return to Japan Search the continent of America never so carefully and you willnot find as many resident Japan ese in it as there are Chinamen in the cities of either New York or Chicago yet no alien law as in the case of th Chines prevents the settlement o the Japanese in our midst They come observe remain song enough to master the inventions in scientific aparatits and mechanics then return home to adapt to the service of their people all that they have found useful abroad So today because they have prepared in times of peace Japanese foundries shipyards machine shops and factories are ready to turn out the most modern ordinance battleships and firearms fit to do battle with any power that threatens Japanese supremacy in the Far East Beauty and Strength Are desired You are strong andvig orong when your blood is pure Many nay mostwoman fail to proI digest their fond and so become sallow thin and weak while brightness freshness and beauty- of the skID and complexion departj Remedy this unpleasant evil by eating nourishment food and taking a small dose of Herbiue after each meal to digest when you have eaten 0e at J H Williams druggirt m Counting the Stars The numbering of the heavenly briies whether planet satellite or star at the smallest size has been observatorytand afistant astronomer in view of the publication of of an international catalogue of the stars The idea was formed at the astronomical congress- In 1867 and already 189 photographs haw been taken Some only contain dozen stars this being n celestial evenyaverageois 335 stars per photograph expectedrcontain about 3 000000 stare A of the heavenly bodies has been ueedtd She will be sometime at it but when the work is done will be finished Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out i Fill a bottle or common glass with your and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or tling Indicates an condi tion of the kid if it stains your linen It is evidence of kid ney desire to It or pain in the Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part lnabilltytoor bad effects following use of liquor or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary j effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in50candl sizes You have a sample bottle of this discovery a book that more aboutlt both sent absolutely free by mall set unhealthy neys trouble too frequent pass back may Address Dr Kilmer Rome of SnootBinghamton NY Whan writing mennreading this generous offer In this paper I Dont make any mistake but remember name SwampRoot Dr SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle I I AI aLLsstops falling hair and makes hair growuJ rliKo iXtHlia FREE TRIP TO THE WORlDS fAIRI- r To be given the Most Popular Far mer and the Most Popular School Teacher in Daviess McLean Hancock and Ohio Counties by the O v ensboro Daily and Twice a wetk Messenger The Messenger is conducting a contest for the Most Popular Farmer and the Most Popular School Teacher in Daviesss McLean Hancock and Ohio counties the two winners each to be given free transportation to the great Worlds Fair at St Louis and 40 each in cash for expence money Besides the Worlds Fair which lasts from May i to November i the meeting of the Mational Educational association the greatest congregation of educators on the globe will be held in St Louis July 5 to 9 The wine ning teacher may want to take thetri fat that time She may do so if she likes Then the Democratic Nation nl Convention probably the greatest convention ever called by Democrats to nominate a candidate for president will meet in St Louis July 6th next Possibly the winning farmer may de sire to take the trip He may do soI if he prefers However in both in stances the winners may use their ownI pleasure about when they will take the trip and how long they will stay They will be the best trips of a life time and will be at the Messengers ex pence TUB PLAN IS AS FOLLOWS One trip will be given to the Farmer lady or gentleman who receives the highest number of votes as the Most Popular Farmer in Daviess and adjoining counties The other trip will be given to the County School Teacher lady or gentleman who receives the highest number of vote as the Most Popular School Teacher int Davies and adjoining conuties the city of Owensboro not included The two winners will be furnished ttans portation from their homes to St Louis and will each be given 40 in c sh for expence money THIS CONTESTENDS APRIL 3TIIII But the Me snger to going to cuir special inducements tor early voting ai follows Advance subsriptions paid in March will entitle the subscriber to just TWICE the number of votts as the same subscription will be entitled to in April the last month of the contest THE DAIDY MESSENGER Subscriptions iu arrears for each dollar paid at any time during contest 100 votes- Subscription in advance for The Daily Messenger for one year 300 If paid in Merch a special coupon of 230 votes Same if paid in April a special coupon of 300 votes Single coupon clipped from The Twlceaweek Messenger i vote Subscriptions in arrears for each t paid any time during the contest oo ivotes Subscriptions in advance for each paldin March a special coupon of 200 votes Same if paid in April n special coupon of 100 votes The votes will be counted every week and the results announced in The Twice a Neek Messenger for that weekSpecial coupons will bs sent as subscrlpltionMessenger Address all orders to THE MESSENGER Owentboro Ky Professor Shalers Stunt playsPliznboth because in a hot repartee with Professor Barrett Wendell ono day tho latter told Dean Shaler that tiffs men had no literary scienI knew nothing but science VIIa there appeared privately published- by Muffin five fiveact lays called Elizabethof England by Nathaniel Shaler professor of geology at Harvard universityFa Advertiser 4 SICILIANHair soonbeCumberland TELEPHONE ANll Telegraph Co Ilicorpiiratcil Theres nothing the matter with 1my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business has Increasedand my wiles voice is nev er heard to crumble about the 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CM SOU Jon C Itlle- yTownTrueteeeiloau Holbrook Chairman St Anderson tierk Dr S J Wedding AV S Tlii ley A C TI1 lorISocrot Cocletloo A O U W moots first and third Snturdvy nighty Hartford Lodge No 08 F t A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough Htver LodgeNo no Knights 01 Iythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A llhold regular meetings Saturday belore IIr tSuodl1yln each wench Subscribe for The Hartford Republican- and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 125 Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah St Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CarteELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points in TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING rARSIMaals a la Carlo TRAINS Futthir IcfcmsSlca MreKVrc filit Et Addnw R T C MATTKEkC Ini ultRow 232 EuilJts 3lt eT C TOWflSENO a PsT ACT ST LOUIS dJ r r w Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL I ANOTHER ATTEMPT t Effort Made to Sink Merchant Vessels at Port Arthur The Japanese However Failed to Block the Entrance to the Inner Roadstead and Their Vessels Wore Driven Away St Petersburg March 28An offi cial dispatch from Port Arthur to the omporor says that at 1 oclock Sun day morning tho Russian searchlights disclosed four largo merchant steam ers making for tho entranco to tho har bar supported by six torpedo boats A heavy fire was opened on them by tho batteries and some war ships Tho torpedo boat Stllnl commanded by Lieut Krlnlzkl turned the mOl chant vessels from their course by blowing up the prow of tho first and then boldly attacked the enemys torpedo boats In the fierce fight which followed Chief Engineer Swyeroff of tho Stllnl and six marines were kill ed and the commander and 12 men wero Injured ho Japanese plan to blow up thcr entrance to Port Arthur was frustrat ed however and the channel la stillM cleat VIoo Adm Makarotf commanding the Russian naval forces at Port Ar thur has sent tho following telegram to tho emperor- I beg most humbly to report that at 2 oclock this morning the enemy made n second attempt to block the entrance to the Inner roadstead For this purpose they dispatched four largo merchant steamers convoyed by six torpedo boats to tho entrance The enemys ships were promptly discovered by the searchlights and WON bombarded by the batteries and by tho guardshlps Bohr and Otvajny Fearing tho enemys ships might brook through Lieut Krlnlzkl com manding the guard torpedo boat Btllnl attacked tho enemy and destroyed tho bow of tho foremost Japanese steam er with a torpedo This steamer turn ed to the right and was followed by two others with tho result that the throo wero stranded to tho right of tho entrance A fourth stoomer went to the right of the enemys Bblpa and likewise sank to the silo of tho Fairway The Stllnl then battled with tho one mys six torpedo boats Engineer Ar tificer Swyeroff and six seamen wero killed and the commander and 12 sea men were wounded At daybreak the enemys battleship and cruiser squadrons appeared and I procoedod with the fleet under my charge to meet the enemy Tho second attempt of the Japanese to block tho entrance to Port Arthur has failed thanks to the energetic de fenso by tho sal and land fumes who acted as they did during the first at temptParis March 29Tho Echo do Paris St Petersburg correspondent says tho war office general staff aspects that the first land engagoments In tho far east will toko place in about a week It Is estimated he adds that Gen Kurokit commanding tho fltst Japan ese army In the Ping Yang region has a total strength of 70000 men includ ing a brigade of cavalry and 180 can nontTho Petit Journals St Petersburg correspondent says I learn that the fleet to sail to the far east about Juno 15 will consist of eight battleships 11 n v cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers the number of which haa not yet been fixed Command of tho fleet will be entrusted to Adm Rojestvonsky and Grand Duko Alexander Mlchaelovltcb who will receive sealed personal or ders from tho emperor to bo opened at seaThe St Petersburg correspondent of the Petit Parisian says it is reported that the Vladivostok squadron under tho command of Capt Reltzensteln has returned to Port Arthur with sev eral prizes In tow including a Japan ese warship It is certain says tho St Peters burg correspondent of the Matin that tho Russian cruiser Boyarln was blown up by touching a Russian torpedo eight days after the torpedo transport Yo nesel was blown up by accidentally striking a mlno at Port Arthur Even if this news is not confirmed the fact that tho cruiser has not been mentioned as partaking In tho recent opera tions is sufficient evidence It Is not known since tho death of Capt Stepa noff commander of the Yenesel where tho torpedoes have been placed and hence It is impossible for Russian ships to approach Dalny where there are known to be many The War Will Last Two Years Paris March 28Tho Matins Har bin correspondent says a rumor is being circulated there to tho effect that tho war will last two years and that it will not really begin before September A REMARKABLE WHL It Was Written By the Late Col C M Strader U 8 A Louisville Ky March 29COplos ot- a remarkable will left by Col C M Strador U S A retired who died March 6 at St Josephs hospital m Philadelphia havp been received by Beveral prominent men of Louisville friondaof tho dead man Col Strader after directing that all his debts be paid requests that his body bo cremated at Philadelphia and tho ashes taken to Louisville his birth place thorn to bo scattered on tho Waters of tho Ohio river If after this process reads the will tho Angol Gabriel for whom I have all duo respect can with his trumpet raise mo from tho dead ho IB a darling and I will take off my shadowy hat to him I will pass away believing in no other doUr than that which is specified by Pope as being tho first great cause least under stood believing that my first duty ic to my fellow man and that ho who lies this Ufo in justice to his people and follows tho precepts of Him who said Lovo thy neighbor as thyself has nothing to fear from tho hereafter no matter what It is With boot wishes to you all and drink hearty Col Strader graduated from West Point before tho civil war and was one of tho tow southern officers who remained loyal to tho union After the war ho saw hard fighting in several Indian campaigns serving with Custer and other wellknown commanders Prior to his death ho held a position at the Schuylkill arsenal THE MISSING PALMIST Rings Valued at 800 Lost by Mrs W H Harrison Lexington Ky March 26No trace of tho missing palmist Charles Hud son who IB wanted ip this city has yet been found but tho police made It known Friday night that ono of his Yictlms waj Mrs Harrison wife of W H Harrison general passenger agent of the Louisville Nashville RailS road Co who lost two rings valued at 800 Among the papers and letters found In tho room which he had hurriedly vacated was a letter from a prominent Frankfort woman asking him It ho could aid her in preventing her hus band from associations with other women She promised him several clients from Frankfort if ho could succeed In such an undertaking WAR ON SALOONS It Will Start In the Louisville Real deuce District Next Friday Louisville Ky March 28Wur on- the saloons In ovary precinct in Lou lsv1J10 has been begun by the Stato ntlSalooQ league and the first gun ot the fight will be fired on next Fri day when tho temperance advocates will file three petitions asking Judge James Gregory to fix a day for the holding of an election in throe pro cincts ra around Clifton to ascertain the sense of tho voters on the ques Mon of saloons to those precincts The election will bo merely tho first move In tho war to rid the residence see tions of the city of saloons and a fight will bo made in each and every pre cinct in which saloons aro found it is said George Miller Is III Lexington Ky March 29lt large rowd which had congregated at the J A M depot to SOl tho departure ot- Grorgo Miller convicted gambler who was to go to the penitentiary with other prisoners was sadly disappointed as tho prisoner was unable to leave hiI bed in the hospital department of the jail Involves 40000 Acres Lexington Ky March 26 Nogotkv done were closed here by roproaenta ivee of a Pennsylvania syndicate involving 40000 acres of timber antI- coal lands In Knott and Perry Conn ties Fred J Andrews of Conders port Pa representing tho syndicate stated hero that something like 250 000 would change hands Slept With a Corpse Jackson Ky March 29L C Ford of Louisville dealer in curly walnut slumps was found dead in bed at the Hoard hotel In the same bed lying by tho side of the corpse was Cain Polly one of his employes wrapt ai deep slumber The fright on awaken- Ing prostrated Polly The Call Issued Louisville Ky March 29rho ofll lal call for the republican state convention was sent out Monday A con tract was closed for the use of Macaul oys theater for May 3 with the prlv liege of May 4 Rendered Unconscious By Lightning Rockport Ky March 28 Duringva storm tho small daughter of John Me Cain was struck by lightning She was rendered unconscious but finally recovered Green river is out of its banks and has flooded many business houses In this and surrounding towns Merchant Has Smallpox Barboursvllle Ky March 28Wn- Ham Lockart a merchant has a well lovoloped case of smallpox The dis ease has broken out in all the neigh boring towns and thero are many cases scattered throughout tho country Twenty Years In Ponjtontlary- Brookvllle Ky March 26Thoc- aso against Peter Laughlin charged with assault on TulIIo Hardy a female under 12 years of ago came to an end Tho jury brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment at 2D years confinement in tho ponltantlary The Fight Over Rectifier Tex Louisville Ky March 28The Kon tacky Distillers association nay bo disrupted owing to tho fL it wfckh will e made to break down tho con omUfty of the law passed to levy license 50 cents a barrel on all compounded rectified blended and adulterated whiskies I FOUGHT DUEL ON TRAIN Conductor Mortally Wounded and City Marshal Shot Three Times Bergen Ky March 29Qulen Crescent Conductor Beauchanip was Monday night taken to Lexington in a dying condition and City Marshal Will Daniels lies at his home herewith three bullet holes in his arm the result of a duel with pistols on the train of which Beauchamp was con ductorThe affair occurred shortly after 7 oclock Monday evening and is tho result of a contention between the mu nicipality of Bergen and tho Queen Crescent train crows Recently several trainmen havo been arrested and fined for tho violation of city ordinances providing against tho blockading of streets by waiting trains Several days ago a train un der charge of Conductor Boauchamp it is claimed laid at a crossing for a longer time than tho ordinance per mits and a warrant was therefore Is sued for the conductors arrest Tho instrument was placed in tho hands of City Marshal Will Daniels to serve and ho haa since laid for Beauchamp Monday evening when tho train pulled in under charge of Boauchnmp the marshal was notified and board ing it attempted to arrest the con ductor Tho train started and the marshal Insisted that it bo stopped Then the shooting commenced JUMPED fROM A BRIDGE An Unknown Man Committed Suicide I at Frankfort Frankfort Ky March 2SAn un known man Jumped from tho Louis vlllo Nashville railroad bridge into the Kentucky river Sunday night and was drowned Two ladles who wore crossing the bridge at tho time saw him jump but wore not clone enough to identify him except to say that ho was rather an elderly man The po lice have a clue and are scouring tho city endeavoring to locate an elderly man who was still missing from his homo at 10 oclock They say he is quito a prominent man but decline to rive his name The river has risen several feet In the past two days and tho current is so swift that it will likely carry tho body of tho suicide several miles down stream and It may be vroeks before it Is recovered Capt W T Havens confederate soldier newspaper owner and exdeputy clerk of oourt of appeals la missing from his home having left just after supper without his shoes or bat and his friends are looking for him every whore SCHOOL WRECKED BY WIND May Residences Blown Down and Property Losses Reach Thousands Marking Ky March 28Tho pub lie school building at Wrights Fork Chapel above here was blown down in u wind storm Saturday night Loss 3000At HoYden the Bailey Livery stable was demolished and tour horses were killed Two churches and a large number of residences were blown down A dozen famlHea are homeless Loss at Hayden 15000 Forest Fires Raging Owingsvllle Ky March 28Forit fires are raging in tho mountains in tho eastern part of the county Tho fire is plainly visible from town and seems to cover several mountains Thousands of valuable trees are being destroyed and the loss will roach n largo figure Maj H B McClellan Resigns Lexington Ky March 28Mad II B McClellan who for many years has been president of Sayro institute ono of the educational Institutions in this sates hs tendered his resignation to tako effect at the close of the present term Advanced age is given as the cause of his resignation Tho Governor Issues a Proclamation St Petersburg March 28A procla matlon Issued by the Chinese governor of Manchuria has been received here It directs that all Chinese in Manchuria shall observe neutrality and attend strictly to business Japanese Defeated Cossacks London March 29Tho Seoul cor respondent of the Dally Mall says that in an engagement March 23 which Japanese infantry had with Cossacks between Anju and Chong Ju the Japanese were victorious but lost 50 killed SantosDumont Coming Berlin March 29 SantosDnmont in an Interview Monday said he would sail for the United States in ten weeks with his No7 dirigible balloon with which he will make trials here next week Fifty Men Are Discharged Ashland Ky March 2Fltty wire drawers employed by tho Norton Iron works woro paid off and discharged Monday morning The men say they wore dismissed because of their re fusal to do extra work Divorce Granted Louisville Ky March 23 Edward F Goodwin was granted a divorce Mon day from Grace ONeill Goodwin on tho ground of abandonment Mrs Goodwin is a daughter of Jos ONeill tho Pittsburg coal king After a Pardon For Miller Lexington Ky March 29 Renewed efforts are being made by the friends of George Miller the convicted gam bier to obtain executive clemency in his behalf Gov Beckham has persist ontly refused to Interfere In the case 1 As pretty a piece of fiction as we have read in a long day is this little novel Incognito by Helen Sher man Griffith niece of General Sher man In Llppincotts for April It shows Mrs Griffiths acquaintance with fiashionable life and besides has a flowing fund ot humor It Is about his Majesty of Kurlund who wanted an American wife and came here incog Hegot the nicest girl ol all but she wrs neither the first in wealth nor in family just plain Jane Best Medicine For Children When you buy u coughmedicine for small children you want one in which you can placo implicit conii dente You want one that not only relieves but cures You want one that is unquestionably harmless You want one that is pleasant to take Chamberlains Cough lemony meets allof these conditions There is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a certain preventive and euro for croup and there is no danger wbat ever from whooping cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of tbat disease with pert success For sale ball druggists m ft71l13TORIEfBe- are teeiha Alvrars Bought Bignatarecf irN Panama is much in the public eye just now but with its romantic early history the general public is not read ily familiar Cyrus Townsmen Bra dy has taken the subject up and in the April Cosmopolitan writes on Panama and the Knights Erant of Colonization His account of the expeditions of Ojeda and Nicuesa is more thrilling than many an imAgln ary story of adventure Seymour M Stone contributes some spirited illus tratlons to the narative Nothing Equal to Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for Bowel Complaints- In Children We have med Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our family for years says Mrs J B Cooke of Nederlandsi Texas Wo have given it to all of our child ren We have used other medicines for the same purpose but never found anything to equal Chamberlains Ii you will use it as directed it will al ways cure L I For sale hall drug gists in Federal judge Hiiam Konwlers ol Montana announces that he will shortly retire from the bench Are You a Dyspeptic If you are n dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspep tics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon structive tonic digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well at the stom ach When you take Kodol Dyspep sia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient properties appropriated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by 2 Wayne Griffin BN m Hows This We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureF J Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him to perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by tbeir firm West Truax Wholesale druggists Toledo 0 Wholesaledruggists Toledo O Marvin Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon theb lood andmucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Halls family pills are the best YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING rthcn yen take droves Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula IH plainly printed ou ever bat tie ttliowInK that It Is simply Iron and Quinine In itaitelesi form No Cure No lay 25c YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Will bU profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining count IPS and In the Court of tnppealu Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank d Fine Stock I kt Citizens of Ohio and Adjoining Counties 4vGOEBEL The greatest Saddle and Harness Stallion of his age in Kentucky will make the season of 1904 at K D Oldhams sablo three quarter miles north of Beaver Dam Ky on the Beaver Dam and Hartford rcnl at 2000 to insure a living colt or 1500 cash when mare is bred with return privilege it mare dots not become with foal or money returned at breeders option Care will he taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur Season fee is due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Alien will be retained on colt until fee is paid This magnificent young horse is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the greatest saddle and harness stallion of his age In Kentucky He has been shown at the best fairs In the State each year since he was a two yearold and has been defeated Its+ times than any horse of his class He has never gone away from a fair with less than two blue strings and has graduated at most all To better introduce him he is the blaCk stallion that graduated at the Ohio County Fair last fa- llDESCRIPTION GOEBEL Is a coalblack stallion three white feet 16 hands high and will be five years old the first ol May He hIs fine style nnd action and is a sound horse PEDIGREE GOEBEL was sired by Happy Bell he by Happy Cross NO5 in Saddle Horse Breeders Association Happy Cross Is by Glrrards Chief 2253 first darn by old Star Denmark Happy Bells first dam is Mollie W by Fancy Golddust he by old Golddnst 150 Second dam by imported Scython thoroughbred Goebels first dam by Rolla Golddust he by Arabian Gold dust he by Dorseys Goltldust 151 Second dam by Dr J II Thomas old Cotton Picker Goebels first dam a half sister to Nellie W whichwas sold for 600000 by Wilt Robertson of Bardstow- nPRIiMlUMI will give to the best colt the season second best colt 10 Colts to be shown on fair grounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday before the fair in 1905 To prove my horse I will give roo for the the best colton day of show if owner will accept OTHER STOCKi will also bring Istiahmy thoroughbred Vol IUd China boar which will serve sows at 100 cash Also some nice pigs nnd calves for sale Early colts stand the best chance for the premium so come early and get the premium colt and choice of pigs I will begin the season the 22nd of March I extend a cordial welcome to all to investigate my stock F W CREAGER Cecilia Ky Cheap Rates to California Commencing March I oneway second cars colonist tickets will he sold from Beaver Dam to San Fran cisco Ca1i Elpaso Tex and many other fnr Western points for 3515 Tickets on sale daily until April 3c1tb S B VAN MBTKU Agt CAST BX4Bean the1ha Kind You Have Always Bough Signature rtfcf Real Estate is Advancing GetaBargain WHILE YOU OAN zoo acres adjoining Hartford2500 Here are some choice bargains 126 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land on Rough river 6 miles from Hartford for 2200 Good improvements 135 acres 4 miles from Hartford 800 One new house and one halt acre lot in Hartford at a bargain- A bouse and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford Fine orchard outbuildings nnd in fine condition A bargain I have calls every day for farms I can sell your land for you I have some lands not in this list all going cheap List your property with me S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY CLOSE ON APRIL 21 r Inquirer Worlds Fair Trip Contest Will Close Then Instead of Mar 31- j Hy a vote of the Candidates in IvyuiiiiijH contest for a free trip to toIcontest until Thursday April 21 at 2 JIvingIyour votes by subscribing throngb this paper tf OHIO COUNTY Miss Alma Ford 3979Hunter3650qMiss Miss HettIe Reynolds 3143 Miss Myrtle Day 3060 Miss Irene Whlttlnghlll 2700 Miss Marguerite Marks 2500M- iss Mabel Miller 2209 Miss Oma Maddox 2140 Miss Lelia Marshall 2010 Miss Lljlle Monroe u 2001 Miss Annie Lyons 2000 Miss Iva Collins 2000 Miss Bird Barnett 1900 Miss Pauline Dawson 1900 Miss Artie Wedding 185T Miss Alberta Greer 1800 Mss Lillie Cantrlll 180 iMiss Jessie Robertson 1703 Miss Ethel horpe 1700 4 Miss Clara Ellis 1650 Miss Annie fork 1650 Miss Sallle oppage 1523Mi-ss Mallssa Ruby 1510 MI4 Hetle Sanders 1501Mi-ss Minnie White 1500 Miss Annie Bennett 1459 Miss Mary Lindsey 1411 Miss Nola Brown 1401 CASTORIAFor J Fhe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theeSignature of