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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m- r t flqubanFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IX TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 8 1904 No 38 DEATH UFA STRANGER Old Man Who was a Teacher i of Penmanship Died at Beaver Dam Became III After Supper and r Died During Night While All Were Asleep I V Iast Thursday evening an old ma who nlterwards gave his name IK J j W Riitclifl got off the train at Heaver Dam and stopped at the boardinghouse of Mr Henry Shaver He fald r he was a writing teacher and that he j had stopped to see if he could get a class there- After 0 supper he complained of be ing ill of some stomach trouble and went to a nearby drug store for some medicine Not long alter dark he retired for the night still complaining of being ill Another guest at the boarding house oflered to call a phy sician but the suffering man declined i saying that he would feel better soon utter a while he became quiet and was thought to be sleeping and was not disturbed At breakfast time t Mr Shaver went to the room to wake the man but he was dead Doctors were called and pronounced his death due to heart failure superinduced by stomach trouble Letters in the dead mans pocket Indicated that he was lately from Columbia Ky but his home was i Roanoke Va He did not have any money As soon as he landed in Beaver Dam be let it be known that he was a Mason and a brother Mason secured him the lodging place where he died It was also discovered that the dead man had a brother in Louis vine Ky who was communicated with but who lid not seem much concerned about his relatives death He gave the Information that hi brother had several children winos addresses were unknown but who lit said would take care of their fathers remains when they heard of his deathIFailing to locate anybody who would take charge of the dtavl manI the remains were taken in hand by the Masons of Beaver Dam and givcnI a nice burial in the local cemetery The deceased appeared to be about fa years old and was very genteel in appearanceICOOPER SCHOOL HOUSE KY tr April 3Health is reasonably good in this community at present The farmers are becoming anxious for the weather to become settled so they can prepare for a crop Mr C W Brawn has moved front our midst to the Wysox neighbor hood but the Rev G W Gordon has taken his place Mr D L Black and daughter Maude visited in this neighborhood last Saturday and SundayfRev J T Casebler delivered a very able discourse at Prentis last Sun I dayMr V A Leach will go to Hartford tomorrow to enter schoolfThe farmers in the Cromwell dis trict have organized a producers asso elation There will be a Sunday school or ganized at our school house next Sunday CERALVO KY April 6Messrs Jess Everly Butch Blackburn and C B Everly started for Evansville Sunday ON a raft Mrs Nola Mullen and children J Louisville are visiting Mrs P Jones Jt Mr V B Morton went to EvansI vllle a few days ago to have his eye treated which he got hurt sometime ago by a flying nail Mrs Jennie Everly Island visited relatives here last week Miss Hattie Milner is visiting near FairesttMrs Lovlis Everly Island wash here last weektlhe FORDSVILLE KY he April 6Mlss Mary Smith ofa 1Hartford is visiting her cousin Miss Nancy Smith this week f Mr and Mrs A L Hudson and I j little son Robert who have been vis iting Mrs Hudsons parents for the TuesIIMr Charlie Huff and family ol Sulphur Springs were the guests of Mr and Mrs W R Jones from Fri j day until Sunday Miss Zelma Barnelt ol Reynolds Station was in town Tuesday Misses Ora Johnson and Emmie Wright Messrs Ross Whittler and Ulazor Hedden attended church at Whltesville Sunday- n IMisses Mamie Jones and Lena Smith were the guests oftheir cousin Mrs John Jones Tuesday night Mr Chester Cooper of Vanzant was the guest of his cousin Mr Mad- Ison Smith a few days last week Mr Charlie Davison of Bratcher who has been quite sick for some time is Improving READY TO KILL Mob Again Seeks Life of Albert Baldwin Jackson Miss April 5The ne gro Albert Baldwin who killed eng i neer Fogarty some time ago was tak en today to Tallaratchle county for trial When the train reached Tchula word was sent to Gov Vardaman that a mob would take the negro from the train and lynch him The Governor telegraphed the offi cars in charge to take the negro to Greenwood and keep him there He detachnment of militia ready to take the negro to Sumner by special train un der military escort Baldwin is the negro whom the Governor saved from lynching by taking a military company to Bates ville and bringing him to this city where he has been in jail ever since YYHITESVILLE KY tiMessrs Pendleton Holbrook and Hrmine Fuqua Fonlsville spent Sunday here Miss Hrelyn Ford Fordsvllle passed through town Sunday enroute to Owensboro Mrs Noah Miller Fordsville visit relatives here Sunday Mr Lawson and family have mov into the place formerly occupied by Mr Richard Magan Mr Chas Smith Owensboro visit ed friends and relatives here Saturday nightMr Arthur Bartlett Owensboro visited his grandmother Mrs Bartlett a few days last week Misses Lucy McCarty and Bettie Kittinger and Master Kasler Brooks spent Sunday in Owensboro Messrs W A Wimsatt and Jas Porter Narrows spent Sunday herewith friends Dr T J Wedding and wife and Mrs P H Hafley left Wednesday for the bedside of their brother Col S R Wedding of Hartford who Is seriously 1111 Prof A P Thomas and wife spent Saturday and Sunday in Owensboro the guest of friends and relatives Mr James Turman Narrows pass through here Sunday enroute a OwensboroMiss Early returned home Sunday night after a weeks visit to friends in Owensbjro Mrs D L Jackson is on the sick listMr and Mrs Joe Compton Phil pot visited the family ol Mr W LI Miller Sunday Master Willie Ramsey has the measlesMiss Florence Simmons Rome KyI visiting friends and relatives here Mr Estil Ward Deanfield was in town Tuesday Had to See Mother Owensboro Ky April 5Clare- nce Taylor a deserter from the third States Cavalry was arrested this morning He will be re- urned to Fort Thomas Taylor said wanted to see his mother and that had stayed away from her as long he could even if they were to hang him for deserting Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN CALEB POWERS Churches Take Steps in His Behalf Chicago Evangelists Pass Reso lution Asking Pardon Chicago April 5Resolutions re questing Gov Beckham of Kentucky to interfere in the case of Caleb Powers convicted and sentenced to die fori alleged complicity in the murder ol the late William Goebel have been passed at a meeting of evangelists and Christian workers conducting services here under auspicious of th Presbyterian church The resolutions request Gov Beckham to make use of the pardoning power either setting- Powers free or securing the convected man a new trial The meeting was called by certain evangelists whose sympathies had been aroused by acknowledge alleged j conditions surrounding and causing the conviction of Caleb Powers These men have friends who were present at every trial and who say they are positive the man had a political hearing A committee has in charge the re1 mltting of the resolutions to the Gov ernora of all of the State and Terri I tories in the Union requesting coop crouton cad formal remonstrance on the part of those officials The committee is composed of several of the most popular and noteworthy ministers of the country When seen at the county jail last night by a reporter for The Herald Caleb Powers said- I know none of the men whohave started this movement and I did not know such a movement was on foot I do know that I had a political hear ing and was unjustly sentenced I am absolutely innocent and that fact will remain to the end of time County Court In County Court ItemsIterm April 4 194 Joe Maden and others motion for new road report of opening filed and oil M W Bell andothers motion for new road continued for report aII opening Harlin Tichenor and others motion for change in road continuedIAll suits against e county for taxes were continued W H Hill andothers motion for local option election at Centertown i dismissed on motion of petitioners with leave to withdraw petition- U S Condit and others motion for new road continued for report of commissioners W A Clark and others made motion for a public ditch or drain On motion of Fannie M Neal A K Miller was appointed adinlnlstra tor of E P Neal deceased J B Wilson was appointed com mittee for F M Daugherty Shelby Rock administrator of J L Rock deceased sale bill and settle ment ordered to be recordedIJ E Brown guardian of Estill Kitchens and others settlement or dered to record- R L Owen and J L Miller executors of Louis Owen deceased Sale bill ordered to record W E Morton guardian of Weth erford heirs settlement ordered to i record Sallie M Ashby administratrix of W T Ashby deceased settlement continued for exceptions Lawyer Convicted Attorney James A Violett was glv en a jail sentence of six months and fined 250 for malicious shooting at Frankfort Tuesday This is his sec ond conviction for shooting at Wingate Thompson ShultzHocker- Mr Joe B Shultz of Prentis was united in marriage to Miss Mary Hocker at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Hocker neer Centertown last Sunday afternoon DISGUISED CATARRHA Stealthy Insidious Weakening Enemy to Women 3Iony Thousand Women Suffer Needlessly From This Cause There aro a multitude of women es pecially housuwives and all other constantlyscription simply because their strength vital is sapped discharges pelvicorgans women got up morning tholedallynight aa tired as Detore- j Mrs Eva liartha 183 EAst 12th Street furjconnection with of tho womb Tho doctors advocated nn opera strongly givethiswellthreo bottles of it nt once Yow I am n tookekept taking It M I dreaded an so andhavoEva Bartho MISS LOUISE 1r Oij Miss Louise Mnlinn S Glen Bnlllo Street lUngsDallghtlrII thebenefitshoalthful notIbedInow find that my health Is much more robust than formerly so that I take Perunn once or 1twloon monthand keep wellLoutso Slahon Peruna Is such a perfect speclllc for each case that when patients once quititlieglus to relieve the disagreeable symptoms at once Tho backache strenJthI follow a courso of treatment with 1erunn nndIas regard to backIhowiant I sent out for a bottlelwhlch did moro to relieve beta au iFIVE DROWN Small Steamer Capsizes in Gulf of Mexico Tampa Fla April SA small steamer bearing a pleasure party from the Folrida Methodist College atSuth erland was overturned in the gulf near the And ite lighthouse and five persons were drowned last night The dead are Mrs Walker wife of the president of the college Miss OConneran attendant of Miss Slauh ter of Sutherland Miss Margy Suth erland and Mr oBulandot Sutherland President Walksr and Mists Newton reached the beach alive r Press Neal as I Knew Him It you are left when I am dissolv ed I want you to administer on iny memory Write me as you knew me and say you have my authority for doing so Ties were the words of Press Neal addressed to me about a year ago It has fallen to my lot to write many death notices but the task was not difficult that required only conventional praise of the dead or delicate similes to console the living but to write of Press Neal dead is like writing of a city in ruins or a mountain crumbled so massive and grand were his parts To write of him is to write of a stranger to most of those among whom he lived for he allowed only a few to know him j yet to the few to whom he gave his confidence- be was a princely friend Endowed with a genius that penetrated appearances and beheld human nature in its nakedness he felt a contempt for it This view of mankind is neither novel or new but rather classes him with those men who have planted the mileposts of history Alexander asked which resulted in the greater happi ness to join in the pleasures of mankind or to hold them in contempt Julius Caesar was so conscious of the interiority of the people of his time that he ruled them as a father rules his family rather than as a master rules an empre which was the cup tom of the times and It is well known that Napoleon Boraparte regarded most men only as ciphers in the great problem of human existence As the fowler rarely turns his puny piece upon the eagle in her solitary flight across the sky nor hunts her eggs among the mountain crags and as the hunter seldom invades the lions solitude so the vulgar as rarely make the home of a genius their as sembly room I am aware that there are those to whom his was a stern unyielding spirit who will not leel in his ceath a personal loss For the sympathy of thes I do not plead but of those who knew him as he was with intelligence as vast as the forest with a generosity as boundless as the sideral fields and with sympathy deep pure and strong I beg not for tears for our dead friends memory but for a brotherly interest in the welfare of his widow and his orphan childrenthe noblest evidence that you loved him The passing out of life at such an early age of a mind so richly endowed j is the loss of mabklnd His won derful memory and energy of study what results would they have brought had not time yielded him up so young He had some faultswhat inedlcino I havo over taken 1 used itfaithfully for two weeks and it com me I havo not had any pains since anywhere but feel a new woman I am thankful for what Poruna has dono for meDarb- orn Alberty wwwwMrs Kate Slnnn 800 Itathurst Street Toronto Oat Can Vigo President of the Ladles Aid Society writes IIt I nm pleased rellotIwith backache and dragging down pains anti often had to bed and stay there when Iwas so busy that I could Illy bo spared Itwas therefore n simple godsend to mo EverYdroppromIsedIwould advocate It so that other suffering women should know of It I have been In andleasurotrouble seems too heavy to boar when you are ahouseholdout It agalnl1rs Kato Mann MRS KATE MANN Mrs Anna Martin 47 IToyt St Brooklyn N Y writes i Pcruna did so much for me that I feel It my duty to recommend It to others who may be similarly afflicted lybrokenIndeedWeand for colds end catarrh and I decided to try It for my trouble In Jess than threo months I becani6 regular my pains had en tirely disappeared and I am now perfectly well Martin Mrs Wm Hctrlck Kcnnard Wash ingtoncounty Neb writes am years old and have not felt well since Chango of Lifo be gan ten ago I was in mlscrys- Oll1ewhcrQ most of the time back- was very weak and my flesh so tender a1chafrof and hips I sometimes wished myself out 8pe11sidlzzlnes takIngPerunosonMrs Win Hctrlck If do not thrive prompt and satls actory results from use of Peruna at onco to Dr Ilartnian giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis perbottle orThomortal has not But these are par doned now and virtues worthy to grace the noblest soul of man Since we both were boys Press Neal has been ray friend a grace he extended i to but few men and I should re I gardmy debt to his memory dis publicIas was wereI useless to argue to the AtheniansI save to a few of its pupils and friends that Socrates spirit was the loftiest and noblest of his time Toward friendl nor sym patbyand his profound knowledge of human nature made him a master in each Such reader is my tribate to the memory ol mv noble friend JOHN HENRY THOMAS SALEM KY April 5Wt met and organized a Sabbath Schcol at this place last Sun day and M R H Basham was elected as Superintendent and Miss Rhoda Daniel was elected for our SecretaryMr Stoener of St Louis is visiting his brother Mr Jhgner and family near Rosine Born to the wife of Mr Estel Ra ley March 27thR girl Mr Ebb Ford and Ebb Allen re turned home last Friday from Arkan sasMrs Deliah Miller who has been on the sick list for sverai days is improving slowly Mr Farris Jamison and Mr L Er Wilson attended church at Walnut Grove last Sunday DeWltts Witch Hazel Salvo For Pitas Burns Sores SUFFERS GREATLY Wheat Crop is in Bad Condition Corn Prospect is good Report of Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner Hubert Vreeland has issued the followig crop report of Kentucky Owing to drought of last fall and the late seeding of th wheat crop It was In bad condition to stand the long cold Consequently the report comes from all parts of the State that the wheat crop has suf feres very materially and nothing but an early spring and favorable summer can insure even a fair crop ot the cereal Winter oats are nearly a failure nil over the State from the same causes Grasses and clover have also suffered and the presest condi tion will not exceed 59 or 60 per cent of an average There is a good prospect for the planting of a corn and potato crop Live stock has generally stood the winter well although feed Is scarce in many localities There is some cholera among hogs in the western part of the State Catttle sheep hogs and horses are about an average in number throughout the State There is a considerable falling off in the number of mules in many coun ties The prospect of apples and peaches is fairly good The low prices of dark or export tobacco have greatly discouraged the farmers who grow these types The indications are that the acreage of dark to bacco will bevery materially deceased The prices being paid for Burley are more satisfactory and the area on which this particular variety is grown will be considerably enlarged The farmer like the ground hog has been housed all winter Conse quently little work bas been done Scarcely a furrow has been run for the spring cropII have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory results says Mrs F L Phelps Houston Texas For indi gestion bihousnes and constipation these tablets are most excellent Sold by all druggists m An Industry Destroyed- In 1883 the United States imported 4209 015 pounds of raw silk In 1903 the imports had Increased to 15270353 pounds This country now supplies its inhabitants with the bulk of the silk fabrics used by them although it still imports tidy quali ty of very high grade textiles from France and Germany Curiosly enough while the silk textile indus try has waxed strong in this coun try under Protection the tree admis sion into Great Britain of silk goods has destroyed the once flour ishing silk industry of that nation Beam in His Own Eye Representative Clarence D Van Duser of Nevada has been assailing certain Western mining companies that with bogus pamphlets and reports fleece gullible persons in the EastBut It Is a wonder to me he Bud that a certain one of these companies has any success at all for it is conducted by as illiterate and thick headed a man as I have ever saw This man is a character For instance one day he gave me along harangue on the Indians love of whisky II Why he said once give an In dian a taste of whisky and hell sell his very soul to get more I was riding over the plains once with a pint bottle sticking out of my breast pock et when an Indian happened along and as soon as he saw the pint he wanted to buy it II And do you know what that In dian oflered iue Well sir he offered me his buckskin breeches his shirt his saddlehis blanket and his pony all for a pint of whisky What do you think of that II And you said I did you sell II Said the miner I didnt ItI was my last pint +Whatever the opposition may haveI to offer on the Tariff question in this campaign all the voter needs to do to get at the truth of the matter is to remind himself that they told us the same thing in 1892 Then when they got into power by obtaining office unI der false pretenses their promises wereut worth even as much on the dollar as silver bullion Marion Ind Chronicle Easter Eggs in all Couutries Easter eggs play an Important part in heathen as well as tries Before the Christian era egg formed a part of pagan worship and were symbolic of the awakening of nature after the long winter months After the coming of Christ they were retained as tokens by the eaily Christians and though not worshiped in that sense as the heathens did eggs were used in decorations in the churches when the anniversary Christs resurectlon was celebrated Egypeadopted egg a symbolic of faith and the custom l still observed to this day in the East Before the high altar with its six dllver lamps ostrich eggs are sue pended in the form of a wrath some of them without ornamentation and others containing the most exquisite designs In the Orient ostrich eggs play an important part as an article of com merce and the Soudan supplies hun dreds for the market In the spring of the year they are in great demand t and artists are kept busy covering them with beautiful designs One of these eggs is on exhibition in the Museum of Art in Detroit and on Its shell are engraved representations ot men and animals similar to the re cently discovered works of art in the old ruins near Cairo In Japan a similar custom prevails and the eggs of the Australian ostrich are made use ot by Japanese artists for representing all the weird Imagin ings of their versatile minds Many of them are beautifully painted but as a rule the natural bluish hue of the egg is retained and the engravings thereon shaded accordingly Beautiful landscapes are engraved on the shell as well as portraits and scenes of daily life in Japan In the countries bordering on the northern coast of Africa ostrach eggs ars also held sacred for purposes of worship and they are regarded as of great value They are ormanented in various ways and form a part of church and house decoration On each end of the egg a verse from the Koran is engraved and the body proper contains a scene on the Nile with a small vessel in the foreground while the background gives a glimpse of the Sphinx and the pyraminds T Beauty and Strength Are desired You are strong andvig orong when your blood is pure Many nay mostwoman fail to pro perly digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion depart Remedy this unpleasant evil by eating nourishment food and taking a small close of Heroine after eachI meal to digest when you have eate 50c at J H Williams druggirt m Ways of Failure PhllnJolphla Telegraph We have all seen The lazy mad man who allows his faculties to rust doing as little a possible allowing ambition energ and selfrespect to go up literally and figuratively in smoke The lazy woman who shirks her tasks whether as wife mother o wage earner and slips through life as easy as possible The lazy young man who gets t the office late leaves early grumbles continually of the firm who employs himThe lazy young woman who ar ranges her hair manicures her finger nails gossips continually and takes but a languid and haughty interest in the wants of the customirs The lazy person who dishonestly appropriate praise or commendations belonging to another The young man who always spends his money before he gets it I The selfish mortal who never con siders any one but himself The business woman who is such a fool as to be hurt when the busines- men around her do not treat her t courtly airs and graces The business man who is sucha fool as to flirt with the feminine un derlings near hiui Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Cure gives imme CoughCroupnot pass immediately into the stomac but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the infla mation heels and smoothes and cure- permontly by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tiRe sues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it is goodalike for young and old Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m FACTS ABOUT KOREA- t Mining and Agriculture Almost Resources Korea is an extremely mountainous country yaps Angus Hamilton Is hlo work on Korea Islands harbors anti mountains arc its most pronounc ed natural feature and nearly thee whole of the coast consists of the slopes of the various mountain ranges- t which come down to the seas Mining and agriculture are almost 5the sole natural resnruses There are great possibilities however In the awakening energies and instincts ol the people which may lead them to create markets of their own by grow ing more than suffices for their imme diate requirements As yet notwlth standing the improvements which have been inaugurated and the In dust rial schemes which the Govern ment has lutroduced the reform movement lacks cohesion The na tion is without ambition But the pros pect is hopeful Pyeng yang the largest aud most important city in Northern Korea was founded by a fugitive Chinese statesman who came over with 5000 followers in the days when David was King at Jerusalem His name is KiJ4 and he was regarded as the founder of Kore an civilization His well is still at Pyengyang and on a high hill to the north of the city is his tomb Pyengyang is the second city in the Empire It has a population of be tween 75000 and 80000 inhabitants its people are free and independent full of energy and spirit The dress of Koreans is white All classes are alike in this the quality alone making the dlflerence even your ricksha coolie is grabbed in Isa bellacolored white writes Angus Hamilton in his work on Korea The officials are elegantly super for In their manner and appearance I IMD CECELIA STOWE Orator Kntro Nous Club 170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the howevernstrongly to an My husband felt disheartened as wellas I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a ottle of Wino of Cardui for me to tr and he did so began to improvomafewdaysand- I my recovery was very rapid With anotherypr rMrs Stowes letter shows every byfemaleWino of Cardui cures that sick 0ness and brings health and happi ness again 10 not o on suffering Go to your druggist today and secure a 100 botuo of of Cardui WINE CIR1IUJ WILY TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily DallassIdealoRoute to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally during March and April 1904 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 63 r pm going via Pueblo D Glenwoodhetc Home seeker and Colonist rates andsSouthwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc con suIt nearest Ticket Agent or address- R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky The distinction In the crstunrs of the different classes is evinced perhaps by the differenca in their prices The dress of a novel costs several hundred dollars The costume of the woman is in some repot ts peculiar to the capital The upper garment con sists of an apology for a Zouave jack et In white or cream material which may be of silk lawn lawn or calico A few inches below this begins a white petticoat baggy as a sail touching the ground upon all sides exjceptfully exposed- In Korea they dont make a woman take off her very best hat in the theater but they do or at least once did compel a man to wear his in all his waking hour and moreover a very broadbrimmed hat The reason for this public edict was a prevent con spirators against the throne from whispering to each other Anxious to Show itClllCllgO IllHt Hasnt young links become sud denly religious I see him at church every Sunday now Yes hes wearing his first silk hat Analogies Ihllnileliitilii 1riKH j I understand your friend Jenkins has resigned that city clerkship he heldResigned Hm Oh wasnt It voluntary Well it was just as voluntary as his contributions to the campaign fund were WeaK HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indlges tion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of thatItrouble and was In a bad itata as I had heart trouble with It I took Kodal Dyipepsla Cure for about tout month and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlaionlr 5100 Slza holding 2H times tbe trial also which sells for 50c Prepared by E O D WITT 00 CHICAGO I Early Weeds earlerIcrops many I them utr adapted to cold weather warm weather dry seasons rainy spells and they spring up readily In soil that contain the elements best suitable lor their existence It require vt ry little t fort to destroy weeds when they are coming up and beginning to grow but they are very persistent after they become estab lished If the ground is kept loose the weeds will not secure a holdON every working of the ground with the harrow or cultivator destroy thousands of weeds seeds that may be just beginning to germinate C7 113TORYLBears You Baia Mars Btugtl- slga5 thctrt J Nothing has ever equalled it Nothingcan ever surpass it i r Dr Kings New Discovery For Price Cosn1UIrlos secAt100- A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falli Trial Dottlet free n rJ11l5TOItIyd 1- Beare thelha Kind You late Always Bought tGtlclrof60 YEARSI rTRADE MARKSI Annnll rnllnllll klth Illlll drcrttlon mey our opinion tree w tether All Jf1n i inhnllr ronmmnlrii fel AND BOOK on Patent Olilcut far securrogpeteuta Inteiitii Ufcdi tTiriiucli noUet wllhaut c ergo In the Scientific fliturican A hendnmely Illatreled weekly jirgpn fIr 1111111 at eMentltlc JurnAI 9ernte13 a Itr tour nllhaL 11 d Lyon newdcelere- MUNN Co3CIDro New York Urench Offlcorca K HU Waihlmiton U CtSarI Prcnpt Foiltfrn Crt fer Impotintt toss of Manhood Stnlnal mission Sptrmatenkia Nticouintn SilfDIitfuit tOil of Mallory Ae Will main vouaSlROHO Vlaer ovi Man Price 4100 a Doze 500- 8eelat Dlrftlhxt Halttt mlt tact Bor Aadt4tm 1I11u4 tierUslxtit e OOIOLUOMAVI ST LOUIe MO Official Call for Republican State r t Convention 1904 r HEADQUARTERS REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE LOUISVILLE KY MARCH 161904 TO THE REPUBLICAN ELECTORS OF KKNTTCKY At a meeting of the State Central Committee held this day it was ordered that a Dele e gate Convention bo held in the ityof Louisvilleat oclock pm Tuesday May 1JHI1 for the purpose of electing four Delegates awl four Alternate Delegates from the StateatLnrge to represent Kentucky in the National Republican Convention to be held in Chicago June 21 1101 to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the Tinted States and to nominate two Electors from the Stateat Large to he voted for at tIll November election It was ordered that the County Conventions to select Delegates to this Convention shall be held on April 23rd The hour place of meeting and manner of selecting ounty Delegates shall be fixed by the respective County Committees but said Committees are di rected togive not less than ten days notice of the time of day place and manner of selecting Delegates by newspaper publication 01 by notices posted in sums conspicuous place The basis of representation in the State Convention was fixed at one Delegate fur each 100 or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley hectors at the 1000 election Upon this basis the counties will be entitled to representation as follows 1 f Adair 17 Grant 15 Meade 9 Allen 17 Graves 21 Menifee Anderson II Grayson 22 Mercer is Ballard 7 Green 14 Metralle t2 Barren 22 Greenup 20 Monroe 17 Bath 17 Hancock II Montgomery i5 Bell 21 Hardin 21 Morgan II Boone 8 Harlan 16 Muhlenberg 25 Borbourn 22 Harrison s 18 Nelson r4 Boyd 20 Hart 21 Nicholas 13 Boyle 16 Henderson 29 Ohio 33- b Bracken 13 Henry 16 Oldham Breathitt S Hickman 9 Owen 11 Breckinrldge 25 Hopkins 30 Owsley I1 Bullitt S Jackson 1 8 Pendleton 16 Butler 23 Jefferson 249 Perry 10 Caldwell 16 Jessamine 13 Pike 3 Calloway 8 Johnson 19 Powell 7 Campbell 56 Kenton 56 Pulaski 41 Carlisle 5 Knott 5 Robertson 5 Carroll 7 Knox 26 Rockcastle I6 Carter 25 Larue 10 Rowan 9 Casey 18 Laurel 22 Russell l2 Christian 45 Lawrence 21 Scott 31 Clark K 19 Lee 9 Shelby 20 Clay 19 Leslie 12 Simpson 9 Clinton 11 Letcher ii Spencer G Crittendon 19 Lewis 23 Taylor II Cumberland 12 Lincoln 19 Todd IS Oavless 37 Livingston 9 Trigg 14 Edmonson 12 Logan 26 Trimble a Elliott 6 Lyon 8 Union 14 Estill 13 McCracken 25 Warren 29 Fayette 53 McLean 13 Washington 16 Fleming 21 Madison Floyd 12 1Ilagoffinnyne IG Franklin 19 Marlon IS IS Fulton 6 Marshall to Whitley 3G Gallatin 4 Martin 8 Wolfe 7 Garrard 16 Mason 25 Woodford 1G C M BARNETT ChairmanIR P ERNST Secy Protein f V ROBINSON CRUSOE How the Novel Came to Be Writ ten and Its Basis I April St NIcholiiH The novel Kibinson Crusoe was foundedor thr t x rcrlences of n cer tain Alexander Seklik who resided lour yeuis on tin Inland of Juan Fer nandez in the Pacific O eau Capt Rogers commander ol the vessel which ruscutd SJkiik iJattd the story sad Icfo afterward worked it up into the pot rtittve now so liuniliar to all It was fr thus wagon that Defoe wits Iterutdof pilfering the manmcMpt and oven of having Ntnl en ninny Inters belonging to Pekiik Defoe is said to have made n snug fortune irJin the ae ol Kobii son Crusoe awl out of the proceeds ofI the book to hnv hushtt fine house lor himself in the suburb ol London So it must have won instant pupa hiity In writing Robinson Oru oe Deloe tvttha storytellers license took many llbmies with the oiigiual rnir llve One of these changes has been to tell us that Crusoes island was situated un the cast cost of South Aineiicn near the mouth ol the Oil noco liver There tan be no doubt however that the Island of Juan Per minder with ii cwe and its lookout 1WolS the islna t which Deloe has de scribed nor that the adventuries of Alexander S1etrk have been faithfully reproduced with an added cilium tn the story ol R hlnson Crusoe Tho Bost Family Salvo DeWittH Witch hazel gives in start relief from Hums cures Cute Bruises porcc Eczema fetter and nil abrnbioti of tho skin In buying Witch Hazel Salvo it is 111ueces r tbury to HOC that you get the genuine DcWitta and a cure is certain There are ninny cheap counterfeits on the market ullof which arc worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DeWitts Witch hazel Salve is perfectly harmless and curse Sold hI1 Wayne Griiiin it Bro in A Wonderful Bridge The largest span suspension bridge in the world the new K st Rivet bridge between New Port and WII liatusburg It was formally opened December IS Work was begun in 1896 The total length of the bridge is 7 200 Icet while the length of the span between the Iron towers that hold the cables is 16o feet or slight ly longer than the old Broklyn bridge Its carrying capacity IsI much larger and exceeds that of any bridge in the wotlJ It has two iS feet roadways two footpaths lour strett railway tracks and two bicycle paths Hitch cable is composed ofI 4 1 588 wires The total amount of steel used is over 40000 tons Broko Into His House- S Le Quinn of Cavnidibh Vt was robbed of his customary health by invasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills f broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25c at 35 Wayne Griffin tC Bros Drug Store in j One or The Other Plillnililplilii Inbllc Legrr I dont know whether she has shaken hint or piomisod to marry him Whj 0 He has stopped buying extravagant presents for he- rConfosslons of a Priest r Rev Jim S Box of Wake Ark writes For 12 yeare I suffered front Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and triedall sorts ot medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bit ters and feel that I am now curedof a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Jviduey troub le stomach disorder or general debili ty get Electric Bitters Its guaran teed by 35 Wayne Griffin S Bro- IL Only 50c m Nasal CATARRH In all its stages there should bo clcauliness Elys Cream Balm cleanses eoothcn and heals tUo diseased mcmbraue Itcures catarrh and drives away a cold In tUo head ulcktyn Cream Bnlm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over tho membrano and is absorbed Belief Is Im mediate andaeuro follows It is not drying docs not produce sneezing Largo Size 60 cents at Drug Slate or by mall Trial Size W centa by moll ELX IJltOTIlEKS BG Warren Street New York 1 e A Quart Baby Now and there is an item newspapers concerning the birth ofIpuny baby so small that a quart cup holds it comfortably If the article told nil the facts it would probably tellalso of a mother who in weakness and misery had looked forward to the babys advent with shrinking and fear To have fine healthy children the mother must be healthy and it is the common testimony of mothers that the use of Dr Tierces Favorite Proscrip tion not motes the mothersI health but also gives her strength to give her child Favorite Pre scrtttion accom pHs IeS these results by tralllJulli7ingI proulotlug tit ntlll gierog re freshing sleep It increases physical vigor sad gives great muscular elasticity so that the babys advent is practicallyJ painless It is the best of mothers I gladly rccominenil Or Ilercet 1nvorite Prescription write Mrs J w lJ Stephens of Mllii Sort litititbcrlalI Co Vn Before my Jliinl little Ixiv vns butt I look six lioltkH lie IH the finest child and has beta Trout birth and I tiiilfcretl very notch less than 1 ever did Infore I unhc+ ndvise rxmcttint mothers to Uke the Iovunte Irvxcrlptlun Dr Pierce now feels fully warranted in offering to pay 500 money of the United States for any case of Lcucorrhcn Female Weakness Prolap sus or Falling of Womb which he can not cure All he asks is a fair amiI reasonable trial of his means of cure Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser containing 1008 pages is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothlxnind volume or only 21 etntnps for the hook in paper covers Address Dr R V Pierce NY Quays Big Cigar I Whllljtull lotl Senator Quays physician is putting him through a corns ot treat restriction ed the Senator not to smoke more than half a cigar a day The other day a friend was in the Senators private office when Mr Quay slid Wtll I think I will have my daily smoke The doctor only allows me half a cigar With that he opened the drawers in his desk and pulled out a big black Ha anna ma ly n foot in length With grin the Senator cuiefully uieasujid the cigar drew a pencil mark exact in the middle and started in on his half smoke which lasted neatly all afternoon Why dont you change doctors asked his visitor Oh nostiid the Senator a new doctor might cut tfl the cigars alto gether 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 me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when 1 straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm sad have been thoroughly cur OIl Have not hada pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It is certainly a most wonderful lini ment For sale by all druggists m 011119TORIdBean theThe Kind Yoj Have Always Bought Blgnttnr for Two States Provided For At least the finishing touches have been put on the bill by the house committee on territories for the ad mission for Oklahoma and the Indian Territory as one State and to let in Arizona and New Mexicoxs another It has been evident from the beginning of the session that this would be the form that the admission matter would take In Oklahoma and the Indian Territory the politicians have been asking for separate statehood for these two territories so as to make more offices but the masses of the people of each have wanted union and they will get it In Arizona and New Mexico however the opposi tion to consolidation Is strong and there is a pots bllity that the joint statehood plan may be rejected by the ptople if It passes Congress this year Herbine Cures Fever and Ague A dose will usually stop a Chilla 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 hoc at T H Williams druggists m I RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Tho 5 amt paeket Is enough for uaunl occasions Tho family Rattle CO rentH rantalna a supply or a year All druggists sell them PUPPY DOGS Breakfast at Filipino Worlds Fair COlonylgorrotesWant Beginning on April fools day all stray dogs in St IoulsI will be served dally to mem hers of the Igorrote and other tnbfi ot Filipinos at the Worlds Fair Arrangements to this effect were comI plefedat the office of the dog pound- to coy The Igorrotes who at home are head hunters are very fond of dog meat and today threatened to strike unless served with their favorite fleshj Accordingly stray dogs instead of suffering death by asphyxiation will slaughtered dressed and roasted fried boiled grilled or frlcatsed tot suit the peculiar taste of the Igor rotesOn their arrival at St Louis recent ly the 300 Filipinos suffered fromt pneumonia Alter a narrative coun cil had been held it etas decided by the Filipinos that the absence from their daily diet of dog meat was the cause ot their suffering from pneu moniaOne ot those suffering with pneu monia by the aid of friends manag ed to secure a prime piece of broiled dog stink He also recovered This coincidence the Iggorrotes called an example ot cause and effect and they appealed to M R Healy who acts as their butler Mr Healy applied to the dog pound officers and secured permission to take all the stray dogs he wanted for the table of the Filipinos The skills ol the dogs may be used by the Igotrutes for their abbreviated costumes as they refuse to dress inI American conventional st leIp Walks Without Crutches I was much nillicted with sciatica writes Ed C Nod Iowa villc Sedg wick Co hamligoiIIg about on crutches and sull ring a deal of painI I was induced to Ballards S-nowiIinirnentused three 50c bottles It is the greatest liniment I ever used have recommended it to a number of persons 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 50c and 8100 at J H Williams m No WonderI- hllndrlplda llulletln He seems to take his fffllction rather hard Whir The ossified man Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled yith a distrees in my stomach sour stomach andvom iting spells and can truthfully say that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets curednleMrs T V Williams Laingsqurg Mich These tablets are guaranteed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this char acter For sale by nil druggists in Brother Dickys Sunday Sermon Atlanta CotiHtltutlon Dill dr wurl is gwine M fast dese days rt rever 1 oks nVrr its shoulder ter see el Satan aint close behln i- tConsumption The only kind of conSUMp tion to is neglected consumptionPeople learning that consumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emul- sIon is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checkedSend sample SCOTT 8 nOWNE Chemist 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and ioo all druggists 0 Sentence Sermons ClilciiKo Trlli n no Sorrow is only our side of their joyCircumstances cannot stunt the soulMisery is not a synonym for mor tality Love is always a door into larger lifeLofty souls never despise lowly serviceThere are solemn sinntrajis well as solemn saints The little vim in religion is worth a lot of vision II + art keeping IB the secret of hap housekeepingThe is botind to suf from solitude He who rebels against conscience ruins character Lessons are for our learning lather than our liking Goods are among the least of the rewards of goodness- Suffering leaves a legacy of ability sympathizeMen habits are never of immovable character- It is no use singing sunshine if your life is all moonshine The true man never lets his living stand in the way of his life No good is found in a difficulty by the man who crawls around it The man who resists a tendency will not have to regret a habit The only effective criticism of a poor religion is the creation of a bet ter one A Cure For Headache Any man woman or child suffering from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take oneI or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they are tonic as wellas a pillI Wbile they cleanse the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effects upon the liver and bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Wasted Effort Little BoyDid you ever catch any whalesCaptainNo I never shipped on a whaler Were you ever shipwrecked No Never cast on a desert Island NoNever caught by cannibals NoNor bitten by serpents No Hm You might as well have stayed on land Taking Desperate Chances It is true that many contract colds and recover from them 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 coldweakens the lungs lowers the vitality makes the system less 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 We Cant Always Tell An exchange says we are all poor critters Not long ago a promi nent merchant in a neighboring town received a letter from a large distil lery firm asking a list of names of citizens who might be interested in the literature issued by the firm set ting forth the merits of a new brand of whisky and promising him a com mission on all sales The merchant being somewhat of a joker himsel- sat down and wade out list of all th prominent prohibitionists of the town laterit was called to his atten Lion by a letter from the distillers en closing a draft of 1650 with thanks lor the list which had been found pe culiarly remunerative The Typical American ISntunlny KvenloK Poet A sane and able woman fs well as distinguished has lately said that all women are either phlegmatic or fus sy It is not difficult to believe that the remark Is false but the fact that the remark has been made under rather Impressive conditions Is sig nificant for the alternative represents a draft in our civilization The peril of the material ciziliza tlon rich luxurious epicureanIs- to make those whose lives are soft and are embedded in soft circumstan ces dull of mind sluggish at heart J Iy0t 1y c iC att 91R A j 1 1Acuclau1cimHa1lj flu ficlHcguln lillgltt ieaaclisrndlowclsif i I ot1ffi 1 1 1ljj liL tf =lrol1loles Dib jlionCKerrulj nessaralctnlciinsn ilhcr- OpimnHarniti1H nor Nincr 1 NOT 1IAJf rorIc Ilk ifrMJ dkt7LMTCJE- Rii + + n ir4 IflxffIIM Iir+ rupC IIJt roAurIJorfa 0 flrirI9Jnvt forConslipnon Worms Ct1vusions feverish ness naLoss OF SLEEP rac5uri 5itnnlurc or 7- Mii + IIF EXACT copy OF WRAPPER and apathetic In character The vital forces become clogged and the blood material and intellectual flows slowlyThe peril also of a civilization In which women are seeking to become the masters and leaders In Intellectu 1 relations is toward fairness Such women are inclined to make the great small and the small great If they do not swallow camels they do strain at gnats They are nervous and In clined to irritability But both these perils of the phlegmatic and the fussy are not so rite as is intimated Women today are on the whole selfpoised selfreliant and calm Women are also vigorous intellectually alert and facile Men and women of wealth and of arf cir cumstances are giving themselves to large endeavors for human betterment The typical American woman strongwithout mannishness facile without being a busybody of high purpose without vlsionarlnefs Is seeking in wise ways to be helpful to all and to each Farms too Big for Farmers Much of the success of the farmer depends In the relationship between the farmer and his farm Some men can manage an eighty nacre farm suc I cessfully but break down when it comes to 163 acres Others can man age a quarter but can not manage a half section a team must always have greater power than the load which It Is required to draw There should always be a reserve power avallabe when it comes to the hill or the mud hole The farmer must al I I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You lave Always Bought I Bears the Signature AI 0 of In- Uset For Overi Thirty Years CASTIATe ways be bigger than his farm the editor must always be larger than his paper the business man if he would always be successful must always be capable of handling larger business than he actually does In short there must always be a reserve power avallable for emergencies The weaker must always be a servant of the stronger When the farm is larger than the farmer it runs the farmer Instead of the farmer running It In that case the farmer goes under Some man capable of handing the farm must get hold of It before it be comes a profitable investment Our readers who have anything of a large acquaintance can easily verify the truth of these remarks Hence the necessity of the farmer educating himself and becoming always not only as large as his farm but a great deal largerIt a useless for the FreeTrade ex pounder of today to contend that Blaine favored the lessening of the Protective system for he always con tended that wherereciprocity treaties were made they should be made on noncompetitive articles and supplemental to the great principle of Pro tection Eramettsburg IowaliRe IHardt Obey Public Ledger- Willie Pa cant I have some PaSee here Youve got a plate full of food before you Willie Yea sir but PaWell keep your mouth shut and eat It r Constipation makes biliousness bad complexions Then Wheres your beauty 1 Keep the system in good condition by taking DAJJONShe AND TONIC PELLETS which gentlyassist Nature in eliminating the poison make goodj blood good digestion and will keep i Roses in Your Cheeks j- N J Complete Treatment 25c jP Cteeoe4oreetee woRMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCE i Host In Quantltr nest In Quality IFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies W mJ IgOS a 8Y dLls Da VGCir=tST9 Prepared nr r+ JAMES F BALLARD St Louis For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky t I Just In eFROM Noo Yorkwws The fairest flowers that Mare ever bloomed in the garden of fashion are our new Spring Suits and our new Sprint Press Joods Everyone who reads this will please consider it an invitation to visit us THEYRE MERE The new Spring Attire is all here We have kept our eyes wide open and whatever is new and attractive from the best designers in the country will be found here You naturally desire the best you can get for the price WELL PROVE IT We keep ourselves constantly in u position to give it to you Come in and see about all this talk Prove what we say by examination We mention prices on only a few items SPRING CLOTHING lIens Worsted Suits S250 to 1500 Youths Suits 225 to 1000 Childrens Suits 100 to 500 The latest in spring clothing at the low est prices DRESS GOODS Cotton Voiles and Etamines 15e to 25c Linen Suiting 15 to 50 cts Woolen Voils 50c to 100 Dress Trimmings of all kinds to match goods Our lines of Spring Dress Goods cannot be beaten in beauty or low prices SHOES AND OXFORDS- Ve have the worlds best such as the W L Douglas and Walkover for men and the P W Minor and G Edwin Smith for ladies andchil dren Weve got nearly one whole side of our big store fifteen feet high stacked in Shoes WE EXPECT YOU Dont fail to make us a visit We have the oodsthe right kind at the right prices Every thing needed in the household Dry Goods Gro ceries Furniture You will not be disappointed if you visit us We will look for 011I I CarsonlINCOKIOK tTED L Co I I 4 I i Hartford Republican Ip4IlI Icthe llnrtfnpl InIilMilncr impnnyIN- COIIIIIIIAVKHI 1 I K SUIrIIlIlurC = cz oLiL1COr0 x- s 3 IIC1 Viiter 3Q FRIDAY APRIL 8IANNOUNCEMENT FOK JAIIKK 11IOHTOXof Ohio comity Hiibjvut to the action of the lte imlillrnn party u = TilE best Easter egg is the one that hatches out a frying siz chicken Tits Easter bonnett was not so much in evidence Sunday as was an ticipated IN thf near future Mr Hearst will put his boom in a basket lay i at Mr Bryans door and ask him t be good to itITilE 103 year who was prevented by her friends from riding in an automobile was therefore given a chance to die a natural death i ANOTHKK man a nephew of Jap B Mnrcunt has beets murdered in j bloody Breathitt The arrest ot the murderer is thought to be the initi tine lor another famous feud THE object of mans affections wasII changed ua if by magic in the Mr George E Durban of Cincin nazi who a few hours after his south rn affiance broke off her engage ninnt with him married his lifelong rititul of Dayton Ohio SIMPLE familiarity with the tr facts in the case has enlisted the support and assistance of many of the most noted Evangelists of the country in securing a new hearing in theI Caleb Powers prosecution IN this weeks Hartford Herald is published a list ol appropriations made by the last ten National Co gresses with a view perhaps of show ing some degree ofextravagance on the part of the National Government I The highest appropriation shown for any one year was a little over a mil lion and a half dollars Some inter eating figures might be produced ifa summary of the appropriations mads 3by the recent Kentucky Legislature could be had Auditor Colters report showed that there was at the begin ning of this year in the treasury more than a million anda half dollars Governor Beckham said in connec lien with some of his vetoes of appro badtofIstates as much money as the whole United States in one year If it be extravagance for the National Government to appro priate a million tlnda half dollars in a year how much more is it extrava gance for the Kentucky Legislatu- to appropriate a million anda half dollars in sixty days THE recent Legislature passed a repairiathe tomb of President Xachariah Taylor near Louisville When the bi came up for Gov Beckhama consid station he promptly vetoed it andI thus prevented it from becoming leftILegislature passed a bill appropriat ing 820000 lor the erection ofa statue of William Goebel to be placed in the new State building When it came up for consideration by the Governor he promptly ape proved it awl it became a law at 820000 more ot the peoples money is gone to set up at the States capitol the immage and to perpetrate the memory of a man who became Governor despite the willof a majority the people From these incidents the public may judge with what recklessness and disregard of justice honor and decency Mr Bockham is executing the duties of Governor To spend 820000 of the peoples money for 1i statue of Mr Goebel may be the proper thing to do but how much more would it be proper to provide the small sum ot 8400 to repair alr cure for the grave of the only President whose burial place Kentucky can claim TIlE Cincinnati Enquirer of March 24th published an article purporting to bo the words of the Hon Angus tus E Wilson in which that paper quoted him as sayingsome ugly thing about his brother Republicans Last weekour esteemed contemporary the Hartford Herald whose right band boweris the Cincinnati Enquirer in a labored article entitled Ken tuckys Two Hundred Thousand quoted from the Enquirer some parts of this bogus malicious and unwar rantedstatement and commented great length in its usual fervent a1 red hot manner Mr Wilson issued a signed statement for publication and here is what he has said in so far as it relate to that portion used by the Heald as a text for its haran I gue I did not lily thnt the itinililup wuuM nut ilnre to rub Uuv lirn lltv I did nut any 1 Ht It ntntid In n lie ulilrini papa In our state of rIotnteanut It luiil nppmriMl twice licfon In tlio Onrliiimtl Kiiijulivr Mini Kues tin filiiIilollurx t 20iMKHii when lie run for flue I trnorNor dbl 1 any We rnnnot err where It wnI fmploved When did It m Who pit If j I never hmlHiilil to any limirnn liflnz l and I never Imre thonuht or 1IIf1Ithru Mr Yerke srver hIIIIIthllll with the III11IIIIIn rand In Ills 111111111111 In nnv wily or miinnur nor have 1 ever believed or Intlnmteil In nuy way thut the roiumlttre In that eiitiiiiilKn luiil fIIieil to do UK duty uprightly I t that WMH tin good IIH honornlile nnd Its fultlidil n committee us ever hiindledn State Ilimpnlun foil that Mr Yerket did hU duty faithfully and nldy mid mirely no one In the CoEiiiionwuiilth hnnever been hen rd to iile tloD the Integrity tor I tlilellty of Mr Yerken or that fomnilttn 1 huvebeen puldlnhed ntterlnK those liiHlniiMtlonH It IH not true I did not utter them I do not believe one word or thought of them There IH no ono In all Kentucky who would not trust Mr ken and the State Committee of YtItaiiipalkni with any HUIII nor IH there one who would not resent IIH loin UIIIcriticism upon their ncrupuloiiH UenudlntrBrlty dt ursTrs 1111 The Heralds scribe grows pathic almost frantic in referring to the cam paign land and how disposed ofand exclaims O Mr Wilson how could you ank such a question Now brother y should wait for developments +r1 you see anything startling published tinle Cincinnati Enquirer Had you done so in this case it would have saved you the humility which you should feel for i having publicly portraying your uncalled for wroughtup nesa andvery warm feeling m the matter Mr Wilson says that he never mentioned campaign fund or aster insinuated that Mr Yerkes had anything to do with any campaign fund during his campaign for Governor The Hera ends its harangue by a swipe at the Republican party in this county and says that it believes they use money in every election they winI It is perfectly natural that the Dem ocratic organ should attribute the do feat of its party to some cause and in the absence of more suitable one sets forth this absurb one Resolutions on Tbe Death of Mr reNealAt a meeetlng of the membeis of the Hartford Bar held at the court house in Hartford on Friday March 25 1904 Hon T F fiirkhead was Andersno Secretary meIIwas on motion the Chairman appointed a committee to draft resolutions ex pathyonheaftr The follow resolutions were offer and unanimously adopted Whereas the members of Hartford That Tired Feeling rtlaa Common Spring Trouble Its a sign that thin blood is deficient in vitality just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that the blood is impure ofIts n warning too which only the i hazardous fail to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla PillsIRemove it give new life new cour ittge strength and animation They cleanse the blood and clear tho complexion Accept no substitute I felt tired all the tots and could not sleep After inking Hoods Sarsaparilla lwhile I could sleep well and the tired gone This great medlelno has Iolso cured me of scrofula Mus C MI iROOT Gilead Conn Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to curo and koops tho promlso Bar are again called to stand at the 3bier of a departed comrade and ar for made to realize the certainty ofdeath whose summons none can escape we desired to testily as an evidence of respect to the memory of our depart I ed friend and companion 1J P Neal of whose death we have this day learned with deep regret of his character as a man and his ability as a brother lawyer IHe was uniformly respected by the court and the members of his profes rtllion and Wryer forgetul of the cur testes due to each Honorable in attorn Inc with a high conception of the tw and its honorable duties deathII goIand while we realiz that no message can be sent him we will bear witness to his worth and cherish his memory until the end That a copy of these resolutions b spread upon the records of the courts of this county published in each of the newspapers of the county and 3 copy furnished to the braved fami IfiH P TAYLOR Com B D RINGO I M L HKAVIUN J SHigh Pressure DaysjMen and women alike hive to work incessantly with bmin and hated to hold their own nowadays everj were the denandrf of business the j wants of the family the requirements Ij of society more numerous The first eficct of the praiseworthy effort to up with all these things is com Ieep seen in a weakened debihtat ec of the fit rvnU3 system + which results in dyspepsia defective m nutrition of both body and brain and in extreme cases in complete nervous prostration It is dead seen that what is needed is what will sustain theoandena functions healthy and nc five From personal knowledge we can recommend Hoods Sarsaparilla for this purpose It acts on all the vital organs builds up the whole sys tern and fits men and women for these high presstsrr daysMFarmers OrganizerlThe enterprising farmers of Cooper School district banded themselves altogether in an organization known as the Farmer Club The ultimate pur pose of the organization Is to secure to esIdsubject nt present is how to put the organization on a sound basis It is almost the universal opinion that this can beM done The farmers of this section are enthused as never before and poll tics the heretofore bugbear to similarbl organizations is never mentioned ly Under proper management it seems rational to suppose that finally the purveyors for mankind will be better compensated for their labors and may succeed in raising their lives a little above that of drudgery They meet again on Saturday night and all farmers are invited to attend FARMER of nALove LetterI youremlooking 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 Salvo cured lied25c at Z Wayne Griffin c Bros Drug Store m t + +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++ ++++++ We Want to See You i t I Y e These are our hustling clays and we are Just ns I HlHY HS r bees Never before have we experienced such till earlp truslluulIce are prepared for just such business as 011i islook is lurie suid contains all tin new creations in each j lep11tHlntDont Tail to s c each line We nOVel tire io 111 IiIIrood Our Wash Fabrics I I I I I A lltg superior or us proof i Our Department i Still to be f the most popular cen ter fur all fashionable J headwear styles ttrimmings finish dare strictly conceptions of gent equaling 1the productions of the t Iar111011a1hin Sexquisit models in f prices to the de T Contain 111illylllthings i you will not see everywhere 11o 3 are showing a very largo collection of styles embracing all the now shades and materials in price fronti sic to 7ic per yard In Voiles we have everything final Cotton Voiles at lOc per yard to the Wool Voiles j at 1 per bald1ou see tor or Inriror line than wo are shot You will find nothing elsewhere either inf r quality price Try lilt of tins Millinery continues The and advanced intelli artists mot and suit which will siresof the customers Dont make a mistake lint see + this lull + eOur Stock of Slippers ij embracing it+ It rV- I Dont that our mission here is to please Y U We want your tmdInd we are ready to make every t eiTort to iret It Come to see us and whether you boy or not you shall not the trip lIS J TICHENOR McHeiiry Ky a++++++++++++++i+++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ u JESSIE HEAVRIN Former OhiolCounty Belle to Wed a Prominent Business Man of Hardin County Sundays Louisville Herald contained the following announcement Miss Jessie Beulah Heavrin and r Harvey Dee Hays will be mar in the Walnut street Baptist church Thursday evening April 28 830 oclock the Rev Dr Iaton officiating Mrs J W Kailey a sis ter of the bride will be maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Miss Ida Kellner Lillie Taylor Mantle and Elizabeth Mansfield Pauline Hays the little niece of the bridegroom will be flower girl and Robert Canklnsof Cincinnati will carry the sliver waiter with the wedding ring Miss Heavrin is a memo r of a prominent Ohio county fami and is quite popular in this city where she has resided for several years Mr Hays Is a son of Mr Clay Hays of Hardin county and Is a- very popular young business man being connected with the Louisville Seed Company Immediately after the ceremony they will leave for an extended Eastern trip Miss Heavrin is the youngest sister our Mr M L Heavrin prominent member of the Hartford Bar and is extensively known in the county her former home l Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales 65Hogsght shippers 510 Sheep and Lambs Kxtra skipping ShiPIping And Shoes is com pleto all sixes prices and styles in Ladies Misses and t- hildlttI In ltl1t foiiiet honest regret MISS Can You Figure ooi l AVVayIj TO ltsIo11 titsI Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress In Ohio county at I yearFornumber or nearest to the correct 4 number of Congressionalvotes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 2500 Ilhird 1000 fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000- 1otal J20000 goodsboughtwill be given which willentitle the holder to one guess in this Congressionalcontest The contest will be decided according to the decision of the election com otFrankfortNo ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chancesI F CARSON Co Inc ti 0 1E9 P Barnes Bro I Our Buyers Have Returned i Our New Spring Goods Have I Arrived Our Spring Business has Begun l tBarnes Spring Merchandise Kvery department in our store is running over with till new things for spring and we extend It SIClallll j vitation to everybody to visit our store Look at our immense collection of new things for spring There is i no concern that can servo you belter than we fBarnes Spring Millinery ICxtensive preparations have been made to make this inn banner season in this department Decided nov 0 4 elties greet you on every hood This department is in charge of Miss Merrie King whose naturalability and j extensive experience place her in the front rank in this line Dont be satisfied until you see our Ladies Mis ses and Childrens Mats M I Barnes Spring Dress Goods You have never seen such an array of entirely fabrics as wilt greet you when entering our Press newI and Trimming Department Miss Fannie Barnes sisted bv Miss Alice Kdmonds is readyto welcome i serve you andI Barnes Spring Shoes and Slippers a = f We have never shown a more attractive line of loot i wear than the one just put on sale We hove ShoesIand Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children I have Shoes and Low Cuts for men boys and little gents as well as the old reliable Work Shoes that are 1 so necessary lor every day wear IBarncs Spring ClothingI 1Ve can show you the prettiest line of Clothing that You ever saw Suits that HeadyMadeI t until a man is satisfied It is your loss if you I j see our suits before you buy We are certainly pre I pared to fit men boys fuel children from three years i jold up to the big fat manII Beaver Darn Kyi1I i it S S S O u = e iii Our line of liens Clothing tin the Sprint trade has arrived and now ready for your in spection We are now handling the celebrated Sterling Brand from 000 2200 We have also received our line of now Spring Hats for men Wo handle the famous Swan Brand the best the market Wo have also received our line of Spring Shoes Hamilton Brown Every pair guaranteed give satisfaction Our line of Spring Shirts are all in We also have a few black Clay Worsted Suits which still go 245a bargain A few better grade Suits at 300 Three pairs mens Suspenders 25c Best Calico 5c Good Bleached Cotton 5c Good Cotton Socks 5c six big IIandker chiefs 25c Hartford Republican I FRIDAY APRILS 0 n New Seed Potatoes at Carson Bros Seed Potato Onions at Carson Bros John Barnes McHenry called to see us while in town Monday I Gents furnishing goods a specialt- at ECONOMY STOKE A B Tichenor Matnn s called to see us while in town Monday Our prices keep us busy CARSON A F McDqniel Friedaland called to see us while in town Friday Ham Sandwitches and Hot CofJee at City Restaurant Economy smiles at prices CARSON I My what nice Candies and Fruits at City Restaurant Start the 20th Century tradin here CARSON J W Haynes Rosine made us a pleasant call while in town Friday j What other stores will do we will better CARSON E D Oldham Beaver Dam called to see us while in town Monday Our prices make you want the goods at once CARSON The more you deal here the more you will want to CARSON Tom Wand and Chester Keown city visited in Morgantown Sunday Dont lail to see ofier cash business CARSON buy as low as we and sell IWe way CARSON Dont forget that City Restaurant Is headquarters everything good to W C Smith McHenry made us a very pleasant call while in town Monday Garl S Hemilton of the coun tyu substancial citizens died at his home uear Adabtrj Saturday even 1Miss Carrie WoerntJr and her class a nice musical entertain ment at College Hall last Friday night Mrs J A Anderson and daughter Miss Cova left Wednesday Leitch field to join Anderson at their home toIhis room of grippe a few days last week is able to b again AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAArJ rlV rJJ U rJ r C7rJ rU rJrJAV Q t7 V JrJU + QOQQQ New Spring Clothing bt is suitrto on to at Co our Co by Co do Co Co Co our for Co can Co for eat one for Mr new out 44 4R As our space ia limited we can quote you but a few prices this week bbt4 have many rare BARGAINS in store for you so come and see for yourself and bt Rbe convinced that ours is the cheapest house in the county bsM n la4 44 VOL1rs for BL1si1 essbit1 SAM BACH Hartford E bt 4 F a crorcrrncwr a cror cw c or ora ora cr crcrcr cr a cr crcrcy ccrtrar bt 0 t ColC M Barnett has been at home lor the past few days J B Johnson Rosine called to se us while in town yesterday Nat Llndley Point Pleasant mad us a plea snt call yesterday Lenne Partlett Westerfie d called at this office while in town yestenay usya yes teiday D B Bartlett Westerfield made us quite a pleasant call while In town yesterday Supt James DeWeese visited his mother near Sereve the first of the wet k Alex Barnett has mover into the property recently vacated by J A Anderson Drop in at City Restaurant County Court Day and get you an uptodate meal or lunch madgus a very pleasant call while In town Monday OsTKOPATiiYrDr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf Mr and Mrs A N Wilson Pren tis visited the family of Judge Jno B Wilson yesterday L P Bennet Beaver Dam called to see us while in the city Wednesday See cur new Spring Shoes and Slip pers All latest styles ECONOMY STORE T F Johnson Sulphur Springs made us a very pleasant call while In town Tuesday F W Creager Cecilia but now of Beaver Dam called to see us while In town Monday Cleve Her who has been at Crow ley La for the past four months returned home Sunday Mrs W T Woodward who lives near town was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs John Jones Padu- cah Tuesday ColJ S R Wedding mention ol whose illness appeared In last weeks REPUUUCAN Is no better and he is gradually growing worse Young man dont fall to visit us when you want to drtss up We can moneythanECONOMY STORE J W Sanderlur and C 1t Barnett recently purchased the Riley farm Irom Mr Stowers Consideration 7000 Call to see our new Suits They are swell at 10 and 125o They cant be beat elsewhere at these low prices ECONOMY STORE A C Taylor has purchased from Thomas Brothers the Old Red Front on Main street and will erect a busi ness house with lodge hall in second strryIHon A C Thompkins a prominent busines man died at his home atI Owensboro Tuesday from the effects ofa paralytic stroke sustained some weeks ago Every time you spend a dollar withI us we give you a guess on the election which will give you a chance to get a cash premium We offer sixty chan ces CARSON Co In County Court Monday the ap plicants for a local option election at Centertown withdrew their petition and declined further to ensist on an election and none will be held H J C Lindley one of the coun tys oldest and most honored citizens died at his home near Point Pleasant last Saturday and was bnried Sunday in the presence of a large circle of rel atives and friends Mr Jesse Foster who has been traveling for the German Medicine Company of Cincinnati Ohio are rived at Hartford Monday evening enroute to his fathers Mr J P Foster No Creek James White brother of our towns man A D White died at his home at Island McLean county last Friday He was stricked with a very severe case of appindicitls from which he died A wife and six children sur vive himtDr E W Ford will leave today for Chicago where he will take a post graduateycourse In the Policlinic medical college at that place In his ab sence which will be about three or four weeks Dr A B Riley will Ope erate the satlc and Xray machine and give treatment to Dr Fords patients in that line J Specialse1 1 0 1 O rWo are showing a large and most beautiful collec tion 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 IMillinery 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 eflect Dont be put on 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 youes an variety Cotton Voils a grand line and great imitation of the fine Woolen Voiles Fancy+ Figured Lawns and J3a 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 3Kid 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 e The Local Young Mens Christian Association have purchased from Mr S A Anderson the building now occupied by them to be used as meet log place and head quarters for the local The building is a four room brick and is a very desirable place Consideration 700 which was produced by contribution of the citizens Hartford and vicinity I Will Sell My entire stock of Saddlery Harness Etc at greatly reduced prices from this date until my entire stock is closed out On account of bad health I propose to quit the business tf R T ILER Hartford Ky Save the Loved Ones Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes 1 believe Ballards Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine and will do allI that is claimed for it arid it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no needI for it Ballards Horehound Syrups the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 25c 50c and 8100 at J H Williams m CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children THe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3ignattue of I Notice G A R The members ot Preston Post NO4 will meet at court hall onI their next regular meeting on day before the 1St Sunday in there being very Important business to transact on that day All mem are requested to be present and the flags with them for use on decoration day I R A ANDERSON Com J C CHAMBERLIN Adjt License to Wed havIbeenRaglnnd since our last issue J F Harder FordMille to Nellie Orr Jones Station Joe B Shultz Prentls to Mary E Hocker Hart ford Leonard Davenport Rochester to Uine Elliot Rochester Thomas Williams Haynesvllle to Sarah Royal Haynesvllle II ThisI Dollars any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him to perfectlyhonor able in all business financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin W Tpledo0Halls internally acting directly upon theb lood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c druggistsHalls SMALLHOUS KY gonetoed at the home of Mr and Mrs T B Igleheart March 30th Mrs G H Lawrence who has been sick so long of lung trouble is nobetterMr F Kimley Is on the sick listMrs Clarence Brown and Mrs C aud Brown are also ill Mr James Drake and Herman Ad dington went to Evansville Saturday night MrsIre centlyMr A M Hunt is the guest of his parents at this writing Mrs John Drake was in Centertown Friday Miss Katie Hawking and brother Master Charley are the guests of their aunts Mrs Zach Reid and Mrs Robert Hunter Miss Altha Addington Heflin is the guest of her motherMrs Cordelia Addington and other relatives here Mrs Mattie Drake who was quite sick last week is able to be out again 41A KATE BONNETTKS ROMANCE or A PIRATES DAUGHTER By FRANK tip R STOCKTON J eoprrigbt HW tij n Apjiklon ACo New York CHAPTER I TWO YOtTNU 1KiUM A SIIII AND A IISH H13 month was Septem ber and the place was In the neighborhood of Bridgetown in the island of Barba does The seventeenth century was not 17 years old but the girl who walked slowly down to the river bank was three years its senior She car ried a fishingrod and line and her name was Kato Bonnet She was a brightfaced quickmoving young per son and apparently did not expect to catch many fish for she had no bas ket in which to carry her finny prizes Nor apparently did she have any bait except that which was upon her hook and which had been affixed there by ono of tho servants at her home not far away In fact Mistress Kate was too nicely dressed and her gloves wero too clean to have much to do with fish or bait but she seated her self on a little rock in a shady spot not far from tho water and threw forth her line Then she gazed about her a little up tho river and a good deal down the river There was a bunch of white flowers In the hat of the young girl not a- very large one and not a very small one but of such a size as might be easily seen from the bridge had any one happened to be crossing about that time And in fact as the wearer of the hat and the white flowers stilt continued to gazo at the bridge she saw some one come out upon it with a quick buoyant step and then she caw him stop and gaze steadily up the rivert At this she turned her head eyes went out over the beauti ful landscape and wide terraces rising above each other towards the sky It Is astonishing how soon after this a young man dressed in a brown suit and very pleasant to look upon came rapidly walling along the river bank This was Master Martin Newcombe a young Englishman not two years from his native land and now a prosperous farmer on the other side of the river As Master Newcomne stepped near his spirits rose as they had not al ways risen as he approached Mistress Kate for he perceived that although she held the handle of her rod In her hand the other end of it was lying on the ground not very far from the bait and the hook which It was very plain had not been in the water at all She must have been thinking of something else besides fishing he thought But he did not dare to go on with that sort of thinking in the way he would have liked to do it He had not loo great a belief in himself though he was very much in love with Kate Bon netIs this the best time of lay for fishing Master Newcombe she said without rising or offering him her hand For my part I dont believe it isHe smiled as he threw his hat upon the ground Let me put your line a little farther out And so saying he took the rod from her hand and stepped between her and the bait which must have been now quite hot from lying so long in a bit of sunshine He rearranged the bait and threw the line far out Into the river Then he gave her the rod again He seated himself on the ground near by This is the second time I have been over the bridge today he said and this morning very early I saw for tho first time your fathers ship which was lying below the town It is a fine vessel so tar as I can judge being a landsman Yes said she and I have been on board of her and have gone all over her and have seen many things which aro queer and strange to me But the strangest thing about her to iny mind being a landswoman is that she should belong to my father There are many things which he has not which it would be easy to believe he would like to have but that a ship with sails and anchors and hatchways should be one of these things it is hard to imagine Young Newcombe thought it was Impossible to imagine but he expressed himself discreetly IJ must be that he Is going to en gage in trade he said has he not told you of his intentions Not much said she He says he is going to cruise about among the islands and when I asked him if he would take me he laughed and an swered that he might do so but that I must never say a word of it to Madam Bonnet for if she heard of it sho might change his plans Tho wicked young man found hlm srolf almost wishing that the somewhat budtempi1 rod Madam Bonnet might hear of and change any plan which might take her husbands daughter tiom this town especially In a vessel for vessels were always terribly tardy when anyone was waiting for their return And besides it often hap poascl that vessels never came back at all I shall tame a little trip with him ever if we dont go far It would be roll iiiotts for my father to own a ship and for me never to sail in her That would not be so bad said Master Martin feeling that a short ab sence might bo endured Moreover if a little pleasure trip were to be made it was reasonable to suppose that other people not belonging to the Bon net family might be asked to soil as guestsWhat my father expects to trade In said she contemplatively gazing before her I am sure I do not know IJt cannot be horses or cattle for ho not enough of them to make such a venture profitable And as to sugar cane or anything from his farm I am sure he has a good enough market here for all he has to sell Certainly he docs not produce enough to make it necessary for him to buy a ship in order to carry them away It is opined said Martin by the people of the town that MaJ Bonnet Intends to become a commercial man and to carry away to the other islands anti perhaps to the old country itself the goods of other people Now that would be fine said Mistress Kate her eyes sparkling for F should then surely go with him and see the world and perhaps London And her face flushed with the prospect Martins face did not flush But If your fathers ship sailed on a long voyage he said with a suspicion of apprehension he would not sail with her he would send her under the charge of others The girl shook her head When she sails said she he sails in her If you had heard him talking as I have heard him you would not doubt that And If he sails I sail Martins soul grew quite sad There were very good reasons to believe that this dear girl might sail away from Bridgetown and from him She might como back to the town but she might not come back to him Mistress Kate said he looking very earnestly at her do you know that such speech as this makes my heart sink You know I love you 111 iTUUU iutuuuar i mini tt I have told you so before If you were to sail away I care not to what port this world would be a black place for me That Is like a lover she exclaimed a little pertly it is like them all every man of them They must have what they want and they must have it no matter who else may Ho rose and stood by her surferIBut I dont want you to said Do you think it would be suffering to live with one who loved i you who would spend his whole life in making you happy who would look upon you as the chief thing in the world and have no other ambition I than to make himself worthy of you 1 I She looked up at him with a little smileThat would doubtless be all very pleasant for you she said and In order that you might be pleased you would have her give up so much That I is the way with men Now here am I born in the very end of the last century and having had consequently no good out of that and with but 17 years in this century and most of it passed in girlhood and in school and now when the world might open before me for a little here you come along and tell me all that you would like to have and that you would like me to give up But you should not think said he and that was all he said for at that moment Kate Bonnet felt a little jerk at tho end of her line and then a good strong pull- I have a fish she cried and sprang to her feet Then with a swoop sho throw into tho midst of the weeds and wild flowers a strug gling fish which Martin hastened to take from tho hook A fine fellow ho cried and ho has arrlveji JHtjR tffflaJaJB9ft9 2 I supperI the line were take that fish to the house it would sorely disturb Madam Bonnet Sho would object to my catching it she would object to having it prepared for the table she would object to having it eaten when sho had arranged that we should cat something else No I will give it to you Master Newcombe 1 suppose in your house you can cook and eat what you please Yes said he but how delightful It would be If we could eat it together Meaning said she that I should never eat other flsh than those trout this river No sir that may not be I have a notion that till first foreign fish I shall cat will bo found in till Island of Jamaica for my father wild that possibly he might first take a trip there where lives my mothers brother whom we havo not seen for a long- timei But as I told you before nobody must know this And now I must go to my supper and you must take yours home with you He stood and looked after her until she had disappeared among the shrub bery after which he walked away I should have said more than I did ho rellected seldom have I had so good a chance to speak and urge my case It was that confounded ship Her mind Is all for that and not for me CHAPTER II A FRT 1T11ASKrT AND A FIUKNT AJOU STEDE BONNET the father of Kate whose mother had died when the child was but a year old was a middleaged Englishman of a fair es tate in the island of Barbadoes He had been an ofllcer In the army was well educated and intelligent and now in vigorous middle life had become a confirmed country gentleman His herds and his crops were to him the principal things on earth with the ex ception of his daughter for although he had married for the second time there were a good many things which he valued more than his wife And It had therefore occasioned a good deal of surprise and more or loss small talk among his neighbors that Maj Bonnet should want to buy a ship But he had been a soldier In his youth and sol dlors are very apt to change their man ner of living and so It Maj Bonnet had grown tired of his farm and had determined to go into commercial en terprises It was not perhaps a very amazing thing that a military man who had turned planter should now turn to be something else Madam Bonnet had heard of the ship although she hal not been told anything about her stepdaughter tak ing a trip in her and if she had heard she might not have objected She had regarded In an apparently careless manner her husbands desire to navi gate the sea for no matter to what point he might happen to sail his ship would take him away from Barbadoes and that would very well suit her She was getting tired of Maj Bonnet She did not believe he had ever been a- very good soldier she was positively sure that he was not a good farmer and she had the strongest kind of doubt as to his ability as a commercial man But as this new business would free her from him at least for a time she was well content and although she should feel herself somewhat han dicapped by the presence of Kate she did not intend to allow that young lady to interfere with her plans and purposes during the absence of tho head of the house So she went her way saying nothing derisive about the nautical life except what she consid ered It necessary for her to do in order to maintain her superior position in the household Maj Bonnet was now very much en gaged and a good deal disturbed for he found that projected sailing even in ones own craft is not always smooth sailing He was putting his vessel in excellent order and was fitting her out generously In the way of stores and all manner of nautical needfuls not for getting the guns necessary for de fence in these somewhat disordered times and his latest endeavors were towards the shipping of a suitable crew Seafaring men were not scarce- in the port of Bridgetown but Maj Bonnet now entitled to be called aboutIto collect suitable men As he was most truly a landsman knowing nothing about the sea or the various intricate methods of navigat ing a vessel thereupon he was compelled to secure a real captain one who would be able to take charge of the vessel and crew and who would do and have done in a thoroughly sea- manlike manner what his nominal skipper should desire and ordain This absolutely necessary personage had been secured almost as soon as the vessel had been purchased before any of the rest of the crew had signed ships articles and it was under his general supervision that the storing and equipment had boon carried on His name was Sam Loflus Ho was a big man with a great readiness of speech There were perhaps some things he could not do but there seemed to bo nothing that ho was notable to talk about As has been sald1 tho rest of the crow camo In slowly but they did come and Maj Bonnet told his daughter that when he had secured four more men It was his intention to leave port And sail for Jamaica she ex claimedOh ho said with an nffectlon ato smile and I will leave you with IY h your Uncle Delaplalne where you can stay while I make sonic little cruises here and there And so I am really to go1 silo ex claimed her eyes sparkling Really to go said he She was very happy and she laughedYours will be an easily laden ship said shin for you take in with you no great storo of goods for traffic But I suppose you design to pick up your cargo among tho Islands whore you cruUe and at a loss cost perchance than It could bo procured hero Yes yes ho said you have lot It fairly my little girl you have hit it fairly Now annoyances now began to beset Maj Bonnet What his daughter had remarked In pleasantry the people of the town began to talk about unpleas antly Hero was a goodsized craft about to set sail with little or no cargo but with a crew apparently much larger than her requirements hut not large enough for the desires of her owner To be sure as Maj Bonnet did not know anything about ships he was bound to do something odd when ho- bought ono and set forth to sail upon her but there wero some odd thlnga which ought to be looked into and there were people who advised that tho attention of the colonial authorities should be drawn to this ship of their fanner townsman Maj Bonnet had such a high reputation ns a good citi zen that there wore few people who thought it worth while to trouble themselves about his new business ven ture but a good many disagreeable things came to the ears of Sam Loftus who reported thorn to his employer and It was agreed between them that it would be wise for them to sail as soon as they could ovon if they did not wait for the few omen they lied consid ered to be needed Early upon a cloudy afternoon Mnj Bonnet and his daughter wont out In a small boat to look at his vessel tho Sarah Williams which was then lying a short distance below the townINow Kate said tho Bonnet when they wero on board II have fitted up a little room for you be low which I think you will thud com fortable enough during the voyage to Jamaica I will take you with me when I return to tho house and then you can snake up a little package of clothes which it will be easy to convoy to the river haul when the time shall come for you to depart 1 cannot now say just when that time will arrive It may be in till daytime or it may he at night but it will bo soon and 1 will give you good notice and I will como up the river for you In a boat But now I am very busy and I will leave you to become acquainted with the Sarah Williams which for a few days will ho your homo I shall bo obliged to row over to the town for perhaps half an hour but Bon Greonway will be here to attend to anything you teed until 1 return Bon Greenway was a Scotchman who had for a long time been Maj Bonnets most trusted servant He was a good farmer was apt at carpenter work and knew a good deal about machinery A few months ago any one living In that region would have been likely to say If the subject had been brought up that without hen Greenway Maj Bonnet could nut Jot along at all not oven for a day for ho depended upon him In so many ways And yet now tho master of the estate was about to depart for nobody knew how long and leave his faithful servant behind Tho reason he gave was that lieu could not be spared from the farm but people in general and Bon in particular thought this very poor reasoning Any sort of business which made it necessary for Maj Bonnot to separate himself from lien Greenway was a very i oor business and ahoiild not be entered upon The deck of the Sarah Williams pro sented a lively scene as Kate stun upon the little quarterdeck and gazed forward The sailors were walking about smoking talking or coiling things away There were people from the shore with baskets cantaiuing fruit I and other wares for sale and all stirring and new and very interesting to Miss Kate as she stood with her ribbons flying in the river breeze I Who is that young fellow she said to Ben Greenway who was standing I by her the one with the big bas ket It seems to me I have seen him beforeOh ay said Ben he has been on CharterIa few fears ago He Is a good lad an boards all slips comln in or goin out to sell his wares for his mlther leans on him now having no ither The youth who seemed to feel that he was being talked about now walked aft and held up his basket He was a handsome youngster lightly clad and barefooted and although not yet full grown of a strong and active build Kate beckoned to him and bought an orangeAn how is your mlther DIckory said Ben Right well 1 thank you said he and gazed at Kate who was biting a hole in her orange Then as ho turned and went away having no reason to expect to sell any thing more Kate remarked to Ben That Is truly a finelooking young fellow He walks with such strength and ease like a deer or a cat That comes from not wearln1 shoes said Den but as for me I would like bettor to wear shoes an walk mall stiffly Now there camo aft a sailor who touched his cap and told Don Green way that ho was wanted below to su perintend tho stowing some cases of the captains liquors So Kate left to herself began to think about what sho k 1 would pack In her bundle Sho would make it very small for tho fewer things she took with her the more she would buy at Spanish Town But time contents of her package did not re quire much thought and she soon be came a little tired staying there by herself and therefore sho was glad to see young DIckory with his orange basket walking aft I dont want any more oranges she said when ho was near enough but perhaps you may have other fruit Ho en o p to her and put down his I basket i i v hannnus but perhaps you drrt llko them I Oh yes I dol sho answered But without offering to show her the fruit Hickory continued Theres out thing I dont like and thats the inon on board your shipI What do you moan she asked amazed Spoak lower ho said and as ho spoke he bethought himself that It might be woll to hold out towards nor III couple of bananas Theyre a bad hard lot of nice ho- Raid I hoard that from more timid ono person You oUlht not to stay on this ship And what do you know about It Mr Impudence she asked with brows ImowsIi But he is not here said Hickory Kato looked steadfastly at hint Ho did not seem as ruddy as he hind boon And then sho looked out upon tho forward deck and the thought camo to her that when she had first noticed these men it had seemed to her that they were Indeed a rough hard lot Kate Bonnet was a bravo girl hut without knowing why sho felt a little frightenedYour Is DIckory Isnt It 1 she saidHo looked up quickly for It pleased him to hear her use his name In dued It Is he answered Woll DIckory said she 1 wish you would go and find lien Greenway I should like to havo him with mo un til my father comes hack He turned and then stopped for an Instant Ho wild In a clear voice 1 will go and got the shilling changed And then ho hurried away Ho was gone a long time and Kate could not understand it Surely tho Sarah Williams was not so big a shop that It would take all this time to look for lion Grnenway hut ho did como back and his face nocineil less ruddy than when slit hud last seen it Ho camo up close to hor and began handling his fruit 1 dont want to frighten you he said hut I must toll you about things I could not timid Ikea Greonway and 1 asked ono of the men about him feign ing that ho owed mo for some fruit null the man looked at another man and laughed and said that he had been sent for In a hurry and had gone ashore In a boat I cannot believe that said Kate he would not go away tumid leave me- DIckory could not hollovo It either and could offer no explanation Kate now looked anxiously over the water towards tho town but no father was to bP seen Now lot me toll you what I found out said Dlekory you must know It These men are wicked robbers I slipped quietly among them to hind out i something with my shilling in my hand ready to ask somebody to change it It I was noticed Woll what next laying her hand on his arm Oh dont do that ho said quickly bettor take hold of a banana I spied that Big Sam who IH sailing master and a blackheaded follow tak ing their oaso behind some boxes smoking and I listened with all sharp ness And Sam he said to the other onenot In thesu words but In lan guage not tit for you to hearwhat he would hike to du would be to get oft on the next tide And when the other fellow asked him why he didnt go then and leave the fool meaning your father to go back to his farm Big Sam answered with a good many curses that if ho could do It ho would drop down the river that very minute and wait at tho bar until tho water was high enough to cross but that it was impossible because they must not sail until your father had brought his cash box on board It would be stupid to sail without that cash box DIckory said she I am fright ened I want to go on shore and I want to see my father and toll him these things But there Is no boat said DIckory every boat has loft the ship But you have one said she look ing over the side It is a poor little canoe he an swered and I am afraid they would not let me take you away I having no orders to do sotDIckory said she what shall I do Shall I scream and wavo my handkerchief Perhaps they may see and hear mo from tho town No said DIckory I would not do that The night Is coming on and the sky is cloudy And besides If you make a noise those fellows might do somethingOh what shall I do You must wit for your father ho said ho must D Otiero soon and tho moment you oht eall to him and make him talteyashore You should both got aXtiy pm this vessel as soon as you can For a moment the girl reflected DIckory said she I wish you would take a message for me to Mastci Martin Newcombe Ho may be ablo to get hero even before my father ar rivesDIckory Charter know Mr Now combo and he had heard what many people had talked about that ho was courting Maj Bonnets daughter Tho day before DIckory would not have cared who tho young planter waa courting but this evening oven to his own surprise he cared very much Ho was Intensely Interested in Kato and ho did not doslro to Martin New JcombosaidlAndof you 1 No Indeed I will not leave you I Then row to the town Bald she and have a boat sent 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MATTHEWS Tral UPtlRoom 202 Equitabli Bide UNIiVIUE XT cTOwrscND Oaeava 2 r uouia F Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 8 LAND OPERATIONS As the Time to Begin Approaches- the Russians Are Exercising Great Precaution EMBARGO PLACED ON DISPATCHES lIt is Thought Gen Kuropntkins Plan Involves the Plnyiiiff of a Waiting Game Every Day Is Now Considered a DIs tlnct Gain For the Russians and Distinct Loss For the I Japanese St Petersburg April 5As the tlrno approaches for the opening of land operations on a large scale the Russian authorities are exercising greater vigilance to prevent tho news Of their plans for the disposition of Itroops In tho theater of war from soling abroad For ten days not a scrap of real Information except such as is contained In official dispatches has been given out or has come from tho front Thero practically exists an em bargo upon news dispatches It is as If an Impenetrablo curtain had suddenly been rung down on the Stage of the war In Asia Behind this curtain tho greatest activity prevails Gen Kuropatldn at his temporary headquarters in Liao Yang Is directing tho execution of his plans moving the troops strengthening tho position se lected and otherwise looking after the organization and innumerable wants of the army In tho field That tho generals plan of campaign has been worked out and that It Involves tho playing of a waiting gamo until the disposition of tho army has been completed can be stated with positiveness It can also be stated that these plans aro progressing oven more rapidly than expected Every day Is now considered a distinct gain for the Russians and as distinct a loss for the Japanese For this reason It can be confidently predicted that the Russians will not do more than harrass the Jap aneses advance In Korea Tho grad ual withdrawal of the Russians does not mean anything as determining the fighting capacities of tho men of tho respective armies it is part of the Russian tactics Tho melting of the snow In the mountainous country will render im passable In the spring tho roads over which the Japanese must come and this Is considered to bo almost as ef fective an opposition as a Russian army corps The Russians also count upon a Japanese flanking movement In connection with a frontal attack and therefore a Russian force has been disposed along the Tumen to prevent the entrance of a Japanese column there Another flanking movement is expected at the head of the Liao Tung gulf near New Chwang and everything there is being prepared to receive the enemy j but for the present tho Rus sian military authorities believe that the Japanese game at this point has been blocked by the failure of the at tempts to bottle up and render immo bile tho fleet of Vice Adm Makaroft which while free will bo too great a menace to the movement of Japanese transports Into the Gulf of Pechi Li Another effort to block Port Arthur IB consequently expected dally TO FLY ABOVE WARSHIPS Apparatus Consists of a Car Suspended to Several Kites Paris April 2Lieut Schrober passed through Paris Friday bound for Port Arthur with an apparatus con sisting of a car suspended from sev eral kites which ho says will enable him to fly above a warship to the mast of which ho will be attached by a light cable containing a telegraph wire By means of this apparatus he thinks ho will be enabled to take observationsi at a great distance and resultant information to the ship American Writers Ordered Released Washington April 5 Secretary Hay has Instructed by cable Ambassador McCormick at St Petersburg and Min- Ister Conger at Pekln to take immedi ate steps to secure tho release of the two American newspaper correspond tints now held by the Russians at New Chwang I To Investigate Post Office Department Washington April 2Senator Cal berson Friday proposed an amendment to the post olllce appropriation bill providing for an investigation of the post olllce department by a Joint com mittee of three senators and five morn hers of tho house i I Insurance Policies For 1500000 I New York April 2The largest lIfo Insurance policy over taken out by an individual ono for JlSOOOOO has Just been Issued by tho Mutual Life to Jas I C Colgate banker and financier The Mutual has reinsured all but 250000 In other companiesIThird Death Among Filipinos St Louis April IA third death since their arrival in St Louis two weeks ago occurred Sunday night among the native Filipinos Basslo a member of the tribe of Negritos died of pneumonia at tho Mullanphy hos pital I THE WHISKY MEN Will Organize to Test the Tax Law Recently Passed Louisville Ky April 1EveJ7 wholesale whisky dealer In the State of Kentucky has been notified of a meeting which will be held In Louis yule Tuesday Measures will be taken to fight tho legality of the law passed by the last session of tho legislature taxing all compoumlers rectifiers blenders and adulterators of whisky 50 cents for every barred of the prod uct which they turn out and 25 centa for every package containing less that i a barrelOptions have been secured on prop erty In New Albany and Jeffersonville and tho leading firms declare that they will move across the river Cincinnati has been making propositions for the rectifiers to move to that city LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW She Is the Daughter of Attorney Wal lace McGuire of Jackson Lexington Ky April 4The first woman in the mountain districts of Kentucky to be given a license to prac flee law Is Miss Florence McGulro of Jackson Ky daughter of AttorneyI Wallaco McGuire She was license Saturday in the Morgan circuit court sitting at West Liberty She Is 23 years of ago and intends to prac tice her profession In the courts ofI Eastern Kentucky I To Hold the Bondsmen Frankfort Ky April 4Judgo Can trill began the April term of the cir cult court Monday and a judgment will probably be entered Tuesday against the bondsmen of William Cul ton charged with conspiracy in the Goebel murder and who has disappear ed In the west Tho bond is for 10 000 with Cultons father E E Hogg his brotherinlaw and several otters Judgment For Taxes Owensboro Ky April 5 Judgment has been given Auditors Agent James B Clark for the taxes due on two gold bond policies of 920000 each held by Mrs Margaret Brodlo on the life ofI hot husband Robert Brodle The taxes for the two years will amount to 480 Decided Against the Bank Louisville Ky April 4Tho Ban of Kentucky will have to pay the stat and county about 25000 back taxe if a decision originally rendered by County Judge Gregory and affirmed by Judgo Miller is uphold hi the supreme IIIw111Representative Day IIIILexington Ky April 4 tlon of Representative Carl Day of Breathitt county as reported from the hospital Sunday is such as to cause anxiety to his relatives and friends j Extreme nervous prostration has setIIn and his brother Walter Day called to his bedsideIKentucky Corporations followiIncles with the secretary of state WI i none Coal and Coke Co of nell corn I ty with 50000 capital stock Tho Four Mlle Coal and Coke Co of Boil county increased Its stock from 2 000 to 25000 Frank Cecil In Frankfort Frankfort Ky April 5Franlt Ce ell one of tho chief witnesses against Caleb Powers and under indictment on a 3000 bond for complicity in the Goobel murder arrived hero His case will bo called Tuesday He formerly lived in Bell county but now lives in j St Louis Deal For Electric Lines Lexington Ky April GA deal will he closed in this city within tho next few days for tho construction of interurban roads between this city and Win chester Versailles Richmond and Nlcholasvllle The deal will be financ ed by J B Haggln Boy Crushed to Death Covington Ky April 5The llfo ofI Robert Lancaster aged 5 years crushed out Monday afternoon by a heavy ice wagon belonging to tho Con I surfers Ice Co and in charge of Paul Helnzmann and Oscar HolfroggeI Jiminez Flees Santo DomingoI Cape Haytlen April IA dispatch received here from Monte Crlstl San to Domingo reports that Gens Epl fanlo Rodriguez and Clena Navarro at tacked that place and that Gen Jimi nez being without ammunition abau honed the town and left the country TRIED TO SAVE FATHERS LIFEi The Girls Skull Crushed By a Shovel In the Hands of a Negro Lexington Ky April 5Whllo try- Ing to save tho life of her father Ruth Ott the 12yearold daughter of Pa trolman Ott of this city received a fractured skull which may possibly result in her death through being struck on the head with a shovel by Henry King a Negro The latter was engaged in cleaning a vacant house adjacent to the Ott ree Idence and the patrolman asked him some questions about a number of rugs The Negro replied by striking i at the officer with a shovel Tho daughter ran to her fathers assistance j and as she reached tho scene the No gro struck her with the weapon InI dieting severe injuries Her screams brought a large crowd to the scone but the Negro ran away Some of the crowd gave chase aw It would have gono hard with him hadr ho been caught He has not yet boon apprehended I ld Ratner Die In Breathitt IWo Ky April B Represen Carl Day of Breathitt county j who is now conceded to bo in a danger thisITuesday by his brother Walter Day The sick man said Monday that if ho had to die he preferred to die In j Breathitt county rather than in Lox iniDown Time- Lexington Ky April 6louI9Peggs Inmate of a lunatic asylum Mondaybattime to save him He had torn a sheet Into shreds and node a rope He is a member of a prominent Mt Sterling family It is uncertain whether he will recover A Candidate For Congress Paris Ky April 5Clnude M Thomas attorney at the local bar spoke here Monday afternoon an nounclng his candidacy for congress from this tho Seventh district Mr- i Thomas Is president of the First na tional bank and has represented tho county in the state legislature one term ITried to Get Even With a Railway Ky April 2 Louisa Kage who lives alone In a little cot tags near the Chesapeake Ohio railway tracks In John street was fined 10 for dumping garbage on the tracks The woman said she was only trying to get even because she says the railway drainage runs into her cistern She was unable to pay her fine and went to Jail No Trace of a Missing Man Petersburg Ky April 2A C POI ter the wealthy young farmer who went to Cincinnati last Saturday and was last seen on Vino street Sunday beliestIIand his body disposed of as ho al moneyIPorter of Indiana Lost Life For His Country Covington Ky April 4Ben Ferguson is dead After serving Uncle Sam inkPhilips several members of Company G of tho 22d Infantry he was Aaslng a band of Insurrectos IWill Make a Test Case agrIstate revenue agent Paducah who has sued the stato banks ifor more than 1000000 back taxes Judge Alex P Humphrey of coun fel for the bankers to motile a test case of the suit filed against the flank of CommerceKilled Her Son Mt Vernon Ky April 2Thl news reached here that Mrs Tom Biillln of near Wild II this county had gone Insane and killed her 18yearoM sonI who was a cripple by splitting his heart with an ax She escaped to tho woods and citizens of that section ore scouring the country for her Wants to Succeed Himself Frankfort Ky April 6ledge J P Hobson of the court of appeals an haioffIof Jumped Under a Train- j Covington Ky April 5 Evidently suffering from extreme excitement an unidentified man Jumped in front of a train at Latonia He received injuries from which ho died soon after reach Ing St Elizabeth hospital this city ITWO PARTICIPANTS KILLED They Fought Over An Alleged Insult to a Little Girl Iloulsa Ky April GJasper Campbell and Lawrence Foreman were kill ed at Curnutts Station near here dur ing a fight between Lawrence and Arthur Foreman on one side and Camp boll and James Morrison on the other The latter are said to have insulted ofjbrothers learned of this they went after the two men and a desperate fight resulted Morrison was badly beaten The Foremans were from Ka nawha county West Virginia and were at work on a railroad extension near here IREED EXONERATED He Beat His Brotherln Law Simon Williams to Death Owensboro Ky April ISlmon Williams was beaten to death with ft club by his brother in law Geo Reed on the street hero Reed had Induced his sister to leave Williams and when wastcame with a club They were In a saloon at the time and Williams ran into the street Reed followed and knocked him down after which he continued to beat him on tho head He then stamp od the prostrate man with his feet crushing out one of his eyes Wil llama was taken to the hospital whero he died Tho cOroners Jury exoaor ated Reed i BIG COT m PIANU- i AND ORGAN PRICES Kimball Company Inaugurate Big Sale Account of Store Alter I ations and to Clear outlast Seasons Case I Styles ENTIRE STOCK AT- ONEFOURTH TO HALF OFF Best Makes to Choose From Kimball Hallet Davis Whitney Braumuller Hinze Dunbar and Other Pianos GREATEST MONEYSAVING OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFEREDI Easy Payment Offered to All Sale Begins Monday April 11 Continues Only Twelve Days There who may be contemplating the purchase of a piano organ or pi- aim playtr will have an opportunity 1111 the next twtlve days to supply hume and family with a Rood Instrument at a very decided moneysaving priceThe teason for this great cut In the price of our entire stock is simply this Carpenters painters and deco raters will take possession of our narerooms about May 1st where extensive alterations are to be made which will necessitate the cleaning out of a large portion ot our stock not only to make room for the workmen but to get it out of the rubbish and dust arising from the work which is ruinous to the highly polished sur faces of pianos Then too we have quite a number of new pianos in various new makes in last seasons CAse designs that we not only desire but will close out II a deep cut In price will move them and we know it will for they are very desirable pianos in everyway slight changes In the carving of some of the later designs having been made But in order to free our floors of aI large portion of the Instruments forth alteration of the store the entire sty ck is ottered at 25 to 50 per cent off of regular established retail pri ces Ever instrument will be tagged and marked in plain figure both as to the reguar retail prices and the greatly reduced sale prices one price no deviation a school girl can pur chase as intelligently as any person- as the price tags will plainly show the price concessions We cannot quote many prices hers and to appreciate the great money- saving opportunity an early call olin investigation is necessary lor we believe these great bargains will go quicklyHowever as an illustration of bar gains in good pianos and organs we offer the following Five plain case upright pianos de pendable in tvery way former retail prices 200 250 and 275 to close at 127 147 to 193 Terms io to 25 cash 5 to 10 monthly or cash Nine parlorsize upright various standard made pianos in exception ally pretty carved cases in oak ma mahogany and figured walnut For mer prices 300 325 and 350 to close at 198 227 to 237 Terms 15 to 30 cash and 6 to 10 per month or cash- Numerous high class pianos that retail rEgularly for 375 400 425 and 450 to close at 243 267 287 to 298 Terms 15 to 25 cash and 8 to 10 per month or cash All others at proportionate dis countsWe have some exceptional bargains in used upright pianos and Square pianos ranging In price from 25 to 15 Organs organs organs Fifty organs to close out at less than half value on easy monthly payments Used high top organs in splendid condition as good as new to close at 27 to 55 Fine new organs worth 75 90 110 to 135 to close at 47 53 67 to 73 Terms 5 to 10 cash and 3 to 5 monthly or cash Attend the tale early to secure the best choice These great bargains will go quicklyW KIMBALL CO- t Incorporated- C M BRYANT Local Manager 233 St Ann St Owensboro Ky nn n Fine the ktA Citizens of Ohio and Adjoining Ctl iitiest GOEi ELFrThe greatest Saddle and Harness Stallion of his age In Kentucky will make y the season of 1904 at K D Oldhauis svjlr three quarter miles northof Beaver Dam KyOil the heaver Dam and Hartford nal al 2000 to insure a living colt or 1500 rash when mare is bredwait return privilege If mare dots not tiresome with foal or money returned nt breeders option Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be irsponsihle should any occur Season fee is due when colt is foaledor mare parted with A lien will be retained on colt until fee Is paid This magnificent young liaise is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the greatest saddle and harnefs stallion of his age in Kentucky He has been shown at the best fairs in the State each year since he wasn two yearold and has been defeated lrs times than any horse of his class He has never gone away front a fair with less than two blue strings and has graduated at most all To latter introJuce him he is the black stallion that graduated at the Ohio County Fair lust fa- llDRSGRIPTION GOIJBIiL is a coal black stallion three white feet 16 hands high and will be five years old the first ot May He hiss fine style mid action and is a sound home PRDIGRRRGO- HBUL was sired by Happy Bell he by Happy Cross No 52 In Saddle Horse Breeders Association Happy Cross is by Girrards Chief 2253 first dam by old Star Denmark Happy Dells first cant is Mollie W by Fancy Golddust he by old Golddutit 150 Second turn by imported Scython thoroughbred Goebsls first dam by Rolla Golddtist he by Arabian Gold dust he by Dorseys Golddust 150 Second dart by Dr J H Thomas old Cotton Picker Goebels first darn n half sister to Nellie Wwhich was sold for 600000 by Wilt Robertson of Hardstown 1R1MIUMI will give to the best colt the season second best colt 10 Colts to be shown on fair grounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday betote the fair in 1905 To prove my horse I will give MO for the the best colt on day of show If owner will accept OTHER STOCKI will also bring Isiiab my thoroughbred Polind China boar which will serve sows nt 1 no cash Also some nice pigs and calves for stale Knrly coils stand the best chance kr the premium so come early and get the premium colt and choice of pigs I will bgin the season the 22nd of March extend a cordial welcome to all to nlstl atc my stock KyI Silver Sam X0446fI-s a beautiful Iron Gray 15 hands high and a perfect model Was foal ed In spring of 1893 at Fairview stock farm owned by Prince Baird Davis county Ky He was started eleven times in the year 1897 as a four year old and won eight racts 2 seconds and one third wai never behind the money In his eighth race he made a record of 218 over half mile track and in a field of five horses went the first half In 1 61 In 1898 he lowered his record three quarters of a second and could have gone latter He will work onequarter mile in 30 seconds any time when feeling goodPedigree SILVER SAM 0446 dam Hanna by Golddust sire Dispatch Jr 0445 dam thoroughbred running record 147 considered very fast in her day j sire Dispatch 448 he by On ward 4411 he by Geo Wilkes 519 he by Hamlltonian 10 he by Abdal dallah Ij he by Membrlno son of imported Messenger dam Lucile by Bayard 53j he by Pilot Jr 12j he by Old Pacing Pilot John Dispatch 0447 John Dispatch Js a beautiful dark bay or brown about 16 hands high foaled in the spring of 1891 He is high actor and a fine driver aI Dispatch is a half brother to M whose record is 220 pacing and 226 trotting half brother to Silver Sam 0446 record 217j pacing He n is also a halt blither in Cumberland Gap recorl 225 trotting PocllgrooJ- ijhn Dispatch 0447 dart Hanuaby Gohldiiht sire Despatch 441 he by 51yhelah i he by Mrmhrlno son of Import ed Messenger dam Uicile by Bayard Jr 4479 he by Havnrd 53 he Pilot Jr 12 he by Old Pacing Pilot 0 Silver Sam will make the season ot coltIandliving colt stabled at the Fair Grounds at Hartford Will hold a lien on colt- until service fee Is paid S C BAIRD Oakland City Ind nO I Real Estate is Advancing Get aBargain j WHILE YOU CAN HRrtford2500I126 acres near Rockport lor 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom landon Rough river 6 miles from Hartford for 2200 Good Improvements 135 acres 4 stiles from Hartford Son 6lotA house and twp acres of ground I adjoining Hartford Fine orchard outbuildings nnd in fine condition A bargain II have calls every day for farms I 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 4 HARTFORD KY t i