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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c he tartfo lle rnblzcan IFi eJbWo k a ii LHARTFORD FRIDAY MAY 6 1904 JNo 42 J I I li r J onat dIt f Jp h lel r 1r ant A a INdo In ere sf HEADLESS MAN ANDERSON COUNTY RESIDENTS SEEING GHOSTS Believed to be Aerial Navigator Making ExperimentsWill- be Watched with Big Instruments Lawrenceburg Ky May 3The people residing along quiet Chaplin p river are suffering the Intense agony of ghostly horrors Several weeks ago Peter Carey a well known resi dent while out late at night observe ed a fierce looking apntatus passing through the air above him at a rapid gate It resembled shooting meteor or comet but moved back and forth over the same aerial course Upon closer observation he could see distinctly a headless man apparently standing upon what appeared to be a large plank He told his neighbors of the mistilying sights which he had witnessed and the whole neighborhood stood at watch the following night and promptly at 10 oclock the headless man began darting through the atmosphere The more scholarly residents of tbeI Chaplin river section alter viewing the headless man with the instru ments have about come to the conclusion that the terrifying object an amateur genius who has Invented a flying machine and that he la mat ing a personal test ol it at night in order to prevent the publicity of it before he gets the aparatus thorougb ly perfected This is a very reasonable conclusion and serves to account for the man appearing headless for in passing through the air at such great velocity he would be compelled to hold his head towards his breast to prevent the wind from taking his I breath iFORDSVILLE KY May 4Mr Kills Jones returned to Louisville Saturday alter a weeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs W R Jones Mr Byron Petty and wife Rock port are visiting friends and relatives in town this week Mr S O Keown and wife Horse Branch visited in town Saturday and SundayMrs Alice Jones wos the guest of her sister Mrs Manda Martin Nar rows Sunday Mr J N Likens ol Caueyville spent a few days with his brother C T Likens Inst week Mrs Berta Sapp Owensboro came up Sunday night to visit her mother Mrs Coppage Mr Alfred Brown Magan was in town Monday Misses Lula and Bertha Petty Nar rows were in town shopping Fri day The party given at the home of Mr and Mrs N B Smith Friday night in honor of their nephew Mr Ellis Jones was highly enjoyed by all that were present i Miss Lena Hunt who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ruth Bean of Sulphur Springs has returned home Miss Nannie Blawn near town visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs Billie Bates Sunday and Mon day Surprised Birthday Dinner Friends and relatives of Mr W G Bennettof the Beda neighborhood surprised him last Sunday with an elegant birthday dinner in commemo- rationJ of his sixtythird anniversary At an early hour in the forenoon neighbors and friends began to arrive in buggies curries etc laden with good things to eat and when the noon hour arrived Mr Bennett graced a table that would please the most voluptuous epicure Two sisters and one brother besides many other rela tives and friends of Mr Bennett presentSubscribe for The Hartford Republican SpecialtyIFIT IS NEW YOt WILL FIXI IT IN Till REPUBLICAN CENTERTOWN TERRORIZED Bad Whisky and Pistols Used by Two Young Men Caused the Dis turbance Lest Monday late in the afternoon John Abner and Paul Peyton filled upon bad whisky filled their pantsI pockets lull of guns and swooped down on the otherwise quiet village of Centertown and proceeded to terrorize her citizens in a manner that will not soon be forgotten They were first noticed near the well in front ol Rowe Mortons store in a maudlin drunk condition but not apparently hindering or bothering anybody but In a short while they showed up In Rowe Mortons store and demanded something to eat Being asked by the clerk Claudls Render what they wished one of them responded in a quite emphatic way that they wanted cheese and that dn quick at the same time drawing two large revolvers from his pockets and placing them before him on the counter Their wishes were soon supplied and much more would have been theirs for the asking They continued their outlawry by repairing to the streets and proceeding to pro lane at every one and every thing they saw and otherwise make It unpleasant for the citizens of the town Finally the marshal assisted by the citizens succeeded in taking the intruders into custody and landed them in the city lockup where they remained until Tuesday morning when trials were had which resulted in heavy fines against each of then Judge J B Wilson of Hartford represented County Attorney Barnes who was unable to attend MATANZAS KY May 5 Some of the farmers here are very busy planting corn Mr L D Jackson went to Owens Toro last week with his crop of tobacco for which he received a good priceW L James and wife went to Rockpott last Sunday to attend the burlnl of Mr Jack Browns little child which died Saturday of measles Alvin Ross and wileof Centertown spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Ross mother Mrs Altha Carter oi this place- S W Bilbro and Johnnie Bell went to Hartford Monday R H Kinchloc and his nephew Richard Kinchloe went to South Car rolton Saturday returning Sunday Mrs Nat Lindley was the guest oC- her mother Mrs Sallle M Ashby West Providence last Sunday- W P Render went to Centertown last Tuesday- W C Evealy who has been in the U S Army for the past eighteen months and who has been visiting his parents here for the past two weeks will leave next Friday for his post at Ft Thomas Ethel Tichenor was the guest of Pearle Igleheart last Saturday Llllle Bratcher who has been sick of measles is better Ross Bennett has the measles- S W Tichenor and wile spent Sat urday and Sunday the guest of their daughter Mrs Claude Myers near Beaver Dam Mrs Carrie Ellison of Calhoun is the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Bidwell this week T H Everlys little boy who has been quite ill for some time we understand is better Worlds Fair Rates Commencing April 25th 1904 round trip tickets will be sold to St Louis account Worlds Fair at follow- Ing rates and limits Season Excurs- Ion tickets sold dally April 25th to November 15th limited to December I5th for returning 1280 For sale dally April 25th to November soth limit Go days but not later than December 15th 1904 1070 For sale dally April 25th to November 30th limit 10 days 1000 Special Excur sion May loth rate not named yet SBVAN METER Agt ROMANCE ENDS With Attempt of Girl to End Her Life Had Crossed Ocean to Join Child hood Sweetheart But a Quarrel Followed Sad Story Because of a quarrel with the sweetheart of her childhood days Bennle Dromboski a pretty eighteen yearold Polish girl with no permanent place of abode tired to commit suicide by jumping into the lake at the foot of Park row at Chicago Had it not ben for the employes of the Illinois Central Railroad w bosaw the young woman and rescued her there would be another mystery for the police to solve Charlie Dawson one of the men who saw her and the first to reach her side after she jumped told of the desperate struggle the girl gave ham before he succeeded In pulling her into land The place where she sought to end her life is being filled in and it was only that the spot chosen by her is shallow that saved her life On questioning her at the Harrison street police station the police concluded that the girl was demented and she was sent to the detention hospital It was here a few hours later that she regained her reason and in broken English told why she tried to kill herselfFrom the sobbing girl an incoherent story of her love affair was learned It appears that she has been In the country six months coming here Irom Polto in Poland at the reo quest of her childhood sweetheart a young Pole whose time of service in the Russian army had expir ed one year ago and who came to this country immediately after Hold his sweetheart that he would send for her as soon as he got employment at his trade that of a shoe makerDuring the many months that they were separated the two lovers wrote each other letters every day Six months ago the girls lover sent a ticket and same money to her telling her to come to Chicago where they would be married True to his promise the young man met her at the depot The young woman then went to live with a friend on the southwest side and a wedding was planned lor- a month later Then another suitor lor the hand of the pretty girl appeared on the scene and a quarrel with her fiance followed The engagement was broken and in a fit ol pique the young Polander returned last month to Russia with the intention of reen tering the army The breaking of the engagement and the departure of the young man was too much for the girl and since that time she has been feebleminded Brooding over the loss of her lover the young woman disappeared at times for two or three days Last week she was picked up near the stockyards by a policeman of the new city station and it was several days before she could tell who she wasIt was when she heard of the war between Russia and Japan that her strange actions were first noticed Soon after the war began she lelt the louse where she was stopping at Western Avenue and FortySeventh street Sine that time no definite Knowledge of her whereabouts could be learned until she was picked up last week I Water Mill to be Moved Mr J W Ford will within the next few days begin the removal of his flouring mill from its present site in the Northern part of town to a site near the Iron bridge across Rough river also near the Ohio county Fairgrounds He will add to his already will equipped plant and make it a flouring mill with all the latest modern emprovemente BRADLEY YERKES Republican Convention at Louis ville Enthusiastic and Harmoniousm John W Yerkes and W O Bradley clan ed hands for the first time In many years at the Republican State convention held at Macauleys Theater Tuesday afternoon and the party became again a unit with the Yerkes and Bradley forces standing shoulder to shoulderThe In the afternoon began the reconciliation of Yerkes and Bradley The process was terming ed at the night session when Gov Bradley moved that Mr Yerkes be made permanent chairman of the convention This prevented an Inevita clashYerkes completed the plan of Gov Bradley to bring about harmony by moving that Gov Bradley be elected delegateatlarge to the National convention by acclamation Both motions carried with tremendous ap plauseYerkes then made a speech in praise of Bradley and Bradley made a speech announcing his willingness to join forces with Yerkes Instead of a fight there was a grand climax of harmony and a great display of good feeling The delegates went into ecstasies over the reconcil iation of Yerkes and Bradley For the first time in years the Republican party gives promise of showing a united front to the common enemy The election of Richard P Ernst of Covington and Charles W Long of Leltchfield as delegatesatlarge by acclamation lent finish and sincerity to the unanimous spirit of harmony which swept through the convention The ectlon of EEUnderwood coloredas one of the Big Four was also finally made unanimous When Chairman Yerkes adjourned the convention sine die Thursday night there was not a delegate who did not leave the hall filled with hope for the party and delighted over the outcome ot the great conven tionThe following brief extracts are parts of resolutions adopted The Republican party of Kentucky in convention assembled glories in being a part of the national organiza ion so broad and liberal in its poll cies that it affords a political home to every element of our population and so true and faithful in its record that it has no need for reorganization and no occasion to retract what it has heretofore declared or to apologize for any of tbe acts of Its splendid pastWe heartily and unreservedly In- dorse the administration of Theodore Roosevelt which following as it has done the policy ol William McKinley has continued with unabated force the marvelous prosperity with which our country has been blessed since the return of the Republican party to power in i8Q7and will remain so over whelmingly indorsed by the Ameri can people in 1896 and in 1900 The following are the delegates and alternates elected to the National convention from State at large DELEGATESATLARGE- W 0 Bradley R P Ernst G W Long E E Underwood negro ALTERNATES James DeWeese J O Haswell H L Howard W H Parker NEW STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE First District W J Deboe Second District William P Scott Third Dis trict J Frank Taylor Fourth Dis trict M L Heavrin Fifth District W A Evans Sixth District Richard P Ernst Seventh District Robert J McMlchaels Eighth District W J Wilmore Ninth District J B Ben net Tenth District R H WInn Eleventh District W W Byerly George W Welch and David W Fairlelgh members of the State Central Committee from the Stateat trgeLet us make your Stationery Subscription 1 a Year KY GBETHS AIRSHIP IS FORCED TO LAND AFTER TRAVELING 5 MILES The Machine for a Time Worked as If it Were Entirely Un der Control San Francisco May 3Dr Greth today tried to make a trip to San Jose in his airship but after travel- Ing about five miles there was some slight disarrangement of the machin ery and the aerial voyager was forced to make a landing Dr Greth was ac companied by Engineer Frederick Bel- cher Dr Greth was satisfied with the results of this experimintal flignt because he accomplished a good deal more than on former occasions and from it concluded that he is working in the right direction He went up at Sro am with the car attach ed to a rope which held the mon ster balloon from doing any damage to the neighboring houses as it start ed toward the skies When the rope was cast off Dr Greth let his machine rise still high er and then made a circular figure about a cuarter of a mile in circumference It was evident to those below that he had the machine under control at the time for he circled about stopped the engines started them again and then started off to the south at a high speed Every thing went well until the airship arrived over Blankens sixmile house on the San Bruno road It was then going rapidly towards San Jose but something went wrong with the ma chinery which caused the airship to stop The inventor and the engineer tried to adjust the brake anJ then al ter a pause the fans were started go ing and the ship descended SALEM KY May zThe Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicely Mr Harden Haynes is quite ill at this writing Mr Herbert Wilson and his sister Miss Ola were the guests ol their friends MIssesJeseie and Bessie Raley last Sunday evening Mr Wm Christian returned hOwe from Pierce Tenn last Sunday Mrs Ida Sanders and children ol Friedaland were the guest of Mrs Sanders grandmother Mrs Heavrin near Rosine Saturday and Sunday Mr J L Miller visited Mr J R Wilson and family Sunday Miss Lula Sandbach was the guest of her friend Miss Blanch St Clair near Fridalaud last Sunday The members of Cane Run church met Sunday evening and organized a Sabbath School Mr Jake Ford was elected Superintendent and Miss Lula Sandbach was elected Secretary Mr Lonnie White and family visit Mrs Whites sister Mrs Girdle Camp and family Sunday Miss Nola Boyd was tbe guest other cousin Miss Rhoda Daniel Sun dayJosle and Leona Wilson were the guest of their little Niece Oma Raley last Friday Mrs Mary J Hoover of Olaton is visiting her brother Mr S M Wilson near Rosine who is in feeble health Mr Cephas Jamison near Center town visited his parents Mr and Mrs J H Jamison of this place last week Cheap Rates to California Commencing March i oneway second class colonist tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to San Francisco Cal Elpaso Tex and many other far Western points for 35 15 Tickets on sale dally until April 30th S B VAN METER Agt a Suns Rays Focused Elkhart Ind May iThe rays of the sun focussed through a goldfish jar set fire to the clothing of Mrs Julia Filbert who was sleeping in a chair near an open window today and the flames were extinguished only after she had been severely burned BUSYHOUSEWIVES Peruna a Prompt and Permanent Cure for Nervousness t MRS LULU LABMJUB 1 Mrs Lulu Laminar Stoughton T7iflj nays For two years I suffered with nervous trouble and stomach disorders untO it seemed that there was nothing to me but a bundle of nerves ul was very Irritable could not sloop lest or compose myself andwas certain ly unfit to take taro of a household I took nervo tonics and pills without benefit When I began taking Peruna I grew steadily better my nerves grow stronger my rest was no longer fitful and today I consider myself inperfect health and strength My recovery was slow but sure buts persevered and was rewarded by perfec- thealthMrsLnluLarntor Mrs Anna B Fleharty recent Super intendent of the W 0 T Uheadquar tens at Galesburg HI was for ten years one of the leading women there Hot husband when living waa first Presli dent of the Nebraska Wesleyan TJni varsity at Lincoln Neb In a letter written from 401 Sixty seventh street W Chicago HI she saysI would not be without Poruna foi ten times its costM1s Anna B Pleharty a Summer Catarrh a book written by Dr Hartman on the subject of thoner vous disturbances peculiar to summer sent free to any address by Tho Poruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Married at Owensboro- Mr J Ellis Mitchell and Miss Effie T Bean were quietly married at the home of and by Rev T R Kendell Pastor ot the M E Church of Owens boro Thursday evening April aSth The young couple remained in Ow ensboro at the Rudd house until the next day then returned to Dundee where they met a number of friends and relatives at Mr and Mrs W R Beans the home of the bride In the afternoon the newly married couple with a few friends repaired to the home of Mr J B Mitchell the grooms parents Ou arriving at Mr Mitchells they were met by quite a number of friends and surprised to find an elegant repast awaiting them Miss Bean is one of the most popular young ladles of Ohio county She is most charming in manners very pretty and with many accomplish ments and loved by all who know her She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Bean Mr Mitchell comes from one of the best families of Ohio county and is a gentleman in the full sense of the word He has been one of the first class teachers of the county for a number of years Mr Mitchell has spent several years in school at Beaver Dam Elizabeth town and Hartford being a graduate of the latter named school and he is extremely popular in social as well as educational circles The wedding was one that has been long looked for still it was a surprise to all y Mr Mitchell has been out West on a visit for the past two mouths On his return home Miss Bean met him at Owensboro and the result is given above We wish for them a long happy and prosperous life and may their pathway ever be strewn with flowers Notice Comrades G A R On the second Saturday in May there will be a call meeting of Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R for dis tribution oi flags to decorate the fall en comrades graves All members ot the Post are earnestly requested toe present and to make arrangements for Decoration services to be held at No Creek May 30th R A ANDERSON Com J C CHAMBERUN Adjt STAR mm BANNER Played As Roosevelt Touches Golden Key That Sets Worlds Fair in Motion Inspiring and Impresive Cermon ies as Grandest Exposition World Ever Saw Makes its Bow St Louis Worlds Fair grounds April 30 Notwlthsatndlng the omi nous prediction of the Government forecaster who prophesied rain for the latter of the day and lowing skies for the morning St Louis put forth her best ane heaviest effort today In honor of the opening of her great Exposition The morning at least was brigh- and the most made of it The official hour for the cemwence went of the exercises wasp oclock Long before that time the grounds were filled with nearly half the popu latlon of the city of St Louis Participants in the exercises quick ly took their placen at the base of the Louisiana monument where a small stand had ben erected for the speak ers and seats provided tor the listen eas EXERCISES OPEN PROMPTLY The assemblage was called to order by President D R Francis of the exposition Promptly at the hour set the officials and directors of the exposition members of the national committee and board of Lady Mana gers were gathered at the Adminis tration building where as rapidly as possible they were formed Into a pro cession and marched to the Plaza St Louis In the center of the grounds where the formal opening exercises were conducted Philippine sccuts band led the way followed by Philip pine scouts Behind them and lead Ing tne officers and directors of the exposition came Sousas band Fol lowing the officers and directors came the members of the national commis sioners and last of all the bard of La dy managers Rev Frank M Gun saulus of Chlcogo delivered the invo cationPresident Fronds then arose and delivered the opening address President Francis transferred the Exposition buildings to Frederick J V Skiff Director of Exhibits and Mr Skiff accepted the charge in a brief but able address- A chorus entitled Hymn of the West was then sung by the choir the words being by Edmonson C StedmanHon Thomas H Carter President of the National Commission came next His address was short and frequently Interrupted by applause Senator H E Burnham of New Hampshire followed in an address that was full of catchy thoughts and was received with vociferous ap plauseFollowing the speaker for the higher branch of Congress came Jas A Tawney of Minnesota who spoke Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy tion of the kid if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid trouble too desire to pass it or pain In the back is also convincing proof the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part Inabilitytoit or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about it both sent absolutely free by mall condi neys ney frequent that Address Dr Kilmer fit nome of BwunpRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton WY on every bottle for the National House of Representa tires For the domestic exhibitors Ed ward H Harriman President of the 5New York State Commission deliv ered a striking address The speaker for the foreign exhibi tors was Commissioner Gen Alblm R Nuncio of Mexico The Chorus America was then sung and Hon William H Taft Sec retary of War acting as reprtsenta tive of the President of the United States delivered the last address of the dayPRESIDENT TOUCHED BUTTON Secretary Taft had not turned to rei rume his seat after concluding his speech before the signal had been flashed to Instantl thetPresident touched the button which started the machinery in Machinery Hall In operation The operators here were waiting for the response from thejWhite House and as quickly as it came they touch ed the keys which released the fastenings of thousands largetexhibit palaces Every banner ap parently caught the same breath of air and they unfurled and floated out as oneSTAR TPANGLED BANNER At the same moment the cascade started running into the lagoon sim ultaneously with the rush of water all the bands burst forth at once into strains of The Star Spangled Ban ner and every man In the great crowd uncovered When the last strain of martial song had died away the exercises were finished snd the Exposition proper had commenced Shorhtand in Ancient Egypt Stenography was practiced at least eighteen hundred years ago and perhaps longer Picture writing or using symbols for ideas was a good way to economize space especially when writing materials were expen sive The hieroglyphs of the Egyp tians therefore were a kind of short hand but they did not save time The principal use of modern stenog raphy though is to do the latter This kind of shorthand too was also known in Egypt at the beginning of the Christian era According to London newspapers a papyrus has been discovered which turns out to be a contract between a shorthand teacher and a man who wished one of his slaves to acquire the art The tee was 120 drachmae 40 to be paid on appren ticeship 40 at the end of the year and the ballance when the slave was proficient Shorthand writing was then presumably not so easy of attainment as it Is now Spring Ailments There is an aching and tired feel lug the liver bowels and kidneys be come sluggish and inactive the di gestion impaired with little or no ap petite no ambition for anything and a feeling that the whole body and mindneed toning up The trouble is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbine will remove it secure to the secretions a right exit and by its tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place of weakness oOc at J H Williams druggist In Fish Delusions There are two popular delusions about fishone that they cannot live out of water and the other that they can live in any pure water the food supply taking care of itself As a matter of fact there are fish in Africa which having to exist in absolute ly dry rivers for a portion of the year I have developed lungs while in many an amateurs aquarium fish cannot live in the water provided owing to lack of food Dosent a man have more than one vermiform appendix doctor Isnt that enough But its getting so common to have just one removed World Wide Reputation Whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved a worldwide reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers and for its tonic influence on weak and thrifty children as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimi lation of food strengthens their ner vous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25o at Jap H Williams druggist m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dlluto what you sate WHY WE TREMBLE The Nerve Actions Superinduced Cold Fear and Anger Cold by stimulating the sensory nerve endings in the skin produces a corresponding irritation in the brain motor centers and by contracting the blood vessels in the skin produces a temporary excess of blood in tle brain This interferes with the steady flow of this nerve force to the muscles so that the spasmodic action of these i nerve currents produces the trembling t due to cold Of trembling from fear or anger Darwin gives this explanation Men during long generations have endeav ored to escape from their enemies by i flight or violent struggling These I cause breathlessness and trembling of the muscles Whenever fear is felt I the same results tend to appear through the force of inheritance and association Just as furious rage leads persons to make violent attacks on the object of their resentment so in milder cases though no such at tack may be made the beginning of I violent exertionnamely trembling of the musclestends to show Itself But the chief cause of trembling from fear or anger is according to the same authority the interruption or t disturbance of the transmission of nerve force from the cerebro npinal system due to mental agitation Why or how these emotions affect the cerebro spinal system through the mind in this way is not known His Feebleness JohnnieI told Uncle Simon that he was getting too old and feeble to attend to business MammaDid he take it kindly JohnnieHe threw me out of his office Beckbam is Vetoed by Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky April 3oGov Beckbam vetoed the act creating the county of Throne named in honor of the Lieutenant Governor and now the Court of Appeal has vetoed the Gov enor on the act creating the county holding Beckhams name In an opinion by Judge Hobson the Court of Appeals practically knocks out the act passed by the Legislature at the recent session creating Beck ham county Judge Hobson lays down five constitutional requirements holding that if the news county falls I to come up to any one of these the act creating it is null and void I The case is remanded to the lower court of the heating of proof upon the points laid down in the decision As is practly conceded that the new county falls short in several particu lars the matter isregarded as virtual ly at an cud Judge Hobsons points in a nutshell arlFirstThe old counties must not be left with less than 400 square miles of territory SecondThat the new county must not con talon less than goo square milesThirdThat the new county lines J must be ten miles or more from the county seats of the old counties FourthThat the old counties must not be left with less than i2oooinhab ItantsFifthIf any one of the above constitutional provisions have been vlo lated then the act is void says the court Good Roads No class of American citizens are more deeply luterested in having good roads than the farming class All they produce they must transport to market Little or none is sold on the farm They must reach railroad stations and steamboat landings and bad highways make the task heavier and much more expensive than if the roads were good A bill is before Con gress to provide a Federal aid to the construction of good roads over the country It is certainly the most gi gantic undertaking ever proposed to the government for the United States extends over a vast territory and it would not do to slight one section while providing for another When the wars of Louis XIV had Impoverished France and destroyed agriculture Colbert his great minis ter of finance undertook to reestab lish French prosperity During the wars the roads of France had been neglected and had reached an impassable condition Colbert borrowed money for the government employed all the Idle returned soldiers and set about the work of rebuilding the roads of the kingdom while the ago riculturists set about the work of re storing their farms Within five no MBGESflON I was troubled with atom aoh trouble Thcilfonlsniack KoodIntors niodlclno I took In a year MIIS SA HA II E SUIKFIELD Ellettsvillo Ind ThcJfonls Black Draught quickly invigorates ac the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will a small dose of Tired fords Black Draught occasionally you k eep your perfect THEDFORDS lACKDRAlM More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfordi BlackDraught not only re lieved constipation butcuroa diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular AU druggtete eell SSceat package BlackDrought bowelsISneadsFerry COnSTIPATion years France was again within a state of prosperity Colbert had solved two questions what to do with the unemployed and how to restore the agricultural resources of the country The history of Colberts success is ai great object lesson In this country however there are stumbling blocks in the way that did not obtain in France One is the powers of the Federal government under the constitution When the government undertook to construct what is known as the National I road from Cumberland Md to St Louis the project was oppcsed on the ground that roads belonged to I the States To get around this object I it was claimed that the proposed I cut from Lion Coffee and a stamp you in to the reg ular free to one vote in II either thoroughfare was to he a military sand post road and under the con stitutlon the government could build it To save complications the government finally naked the consent ofI the sfv rnl States through which was to he constructedII With be argued that under the post nud clause the government could either constmtctionI I no longer prevail We do pnpi t to discuss at this point either the constitutional power of the government in the matter or whether it Is good policy for tine government to enter t upon such a glgrntic undertaking i and it should be remembered that the building is only a part of the work The roads would have to bs main tained The good roads are needed but the farmers cannot get this orI anlIzUonCongress may bs a practical one or lit may not but whether practical or not it will sever culminate in a law unless the farmers so demand One thing should be highway in the country has been built and maintained at the expense of the farmers It may be chimed that some of them such as turnpikes and other toll roads were construct ed by private capital Primarily that is true but the cost ol construCt Lion and maintainance was assessed in the shape of tolls against farmers using the road Let the farmers or ganize for their own protection and- i the good road question will soon be solved BUV Salve For Plies BurtWi Sores d FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business ollege or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address TllB IlKPlHLUAN good Prize I of FAIR estimates received In Woulion Spice office Toledo Ohio on or give prize for the second prize to the nearest etc as 1 First 1 OOOOO 2 each iooooo 20 Prizes 6000 100000Prizes 2OOO 100000 TOTAL Holding the Breath For quivery engagel in certain classes of submarine work as lonjj stay un der water Is made possible by wearing a peculiar helmet into which a steady supply of is forced from a thougha tubber tub A man cnn thus stay blow the surface for any or two without serious his CCH fit without any help menus holding breath and is a very different matter Accoiiing to The American Inven m remain under water more two without becoming unconscious the claims of exhibition divers Na varlno where the sponge divers reported to be to remain under water three and four minutes tests were made recently and resulted in prov none of them remained down as long as a minute and n At Ceylon where time tests were ol sr among the famous pearl divers it was ascertained that few of them remained below the surface as as a niiute and other tests made on the Red Sea among the Arabs proved a minute and a quarter was the longest they could endure without afresh breath Drawning is a quick death Even through the water Is kept out of the lungs wil ensue in two and complete unconscious ness Is three When making beds always have the bed room 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Ironi the little olio sheets nt present issued once only luring a trip H that It will IIP ten times their PV will b1 published every dav in the year nrltnrm in ty poprnphiral i1r sq central news and market cpotnttnns mid ndvertise nients ahnatdn 1 the fI nnd will print it Marconi dispitches tutU tunes in extensi I th pnsfnt brief bulle tins fhshed thouvh Ue air This means that the land jtnUms will send to seR IIU times at much infor oration ns they do now The idea of the universal ocean dally newspaper with upeclal ex tras AS the news of the world shall requireoriKii and with Cnthhert Ball first managing director ol the Mar coni Vireless Telegraph Company limited of England who has taken an active Inlrest in the commercializ ins of Marconis woudvrlul inven tion The mauatjinK editor will he Fairfax Cuthbtrton who was selected for this post because ol the unusual suc cess of the Marconi Wireless Tele graphic Code coin hued by him In New York the Associated Press file hourly disj itches with the head offices in London with the innd Mar coni HUtlons in America DUptch es in London pI S instantly Into tilt hands ot the managing editor whose duty it is to hurry them alongaver the wires older the landOn a geneial call stations transmit to the ship Every ship takis news Get into communication with the next and and report when von can get her will silently spread out on the ctheric vibrations by night and day It will be the duty of the man aging editor to receive word back Iron the laird stations that the news was received by the vessels r porting back nUll to f that each ship issup plied with a sufficient stock of paper In CKSC ol H breakdown money will promptly be refunded to Hdvertlferp Some of the news will be sent through rtlnjs or from ship to ship each having sailed later than the one next piecccdingand therefore having later news than those ailipg pre vlously Whooping Cough In tae spring of 1001 my children had whooping cough says Mra D W Capps of Capps Ala I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results 1 think this is the heat remedy I have ever seen for whooping cough This remedy keeps the cough loose les sens the severity nnd frequency of the coughingspells and counteract any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by all druggists m Early Times Out West In his reminiscences Henry Villiard tells of Horace Greelys visit to Colorado He and a companion went in one oi the expnss stages and had many singular and perilous accident In driving through a herd of hufa toes the animals probably maddened at the sight of the red color of the coach had attacked and upset it Greely had received a severe cut be low his right knee crippling htm for several weeks Being confined to his rooms in the hotel by his wounds Nasal CATARRHIn should bo clcanllncia Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals tlio diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold ID the head quickly Cream Balm le plllced Into the nostrils over tho mcmbrano and Is absorbed Relief It Im mediate and a euro follows It is not drying docs not produce encuzlng Largo Size BO cents at Drug rlele or by mall Trial Size to cents by mall ELV UUOTUEUS 50 Warren Strut New York sound of revelry by night that rose unceasingly from the bar room Vi lard writes His wrath culminated on the third night of his tortures I I was fortunate enough to be with him nnd thus became an eye and ear witness of what happened About 10 oclock he got up and instated on limping to the barroom Ills ap pearance though his presence in the building was generally known CHat ed a surprise and instant silence He beggtd for a chair and Friends said he I have been in pain nnd without sleep for almost a week and I am well nigh worn out Now 1 am a guest of this hotel I pity a high price for my board rind lodging and I am entitled to test during the night lint how can I get it with all this noise going on in this pact Then he addressed one of time most pathetic ap putts I ever heard to those around him to abandon their vicious ways and become sober and industrious lIe spoke lor neatly an hour and was listened to with rapt interest and the most perfect respect He succeeded too in his object The gambling stopped Hud the bar was closed every night at n oclock ns long as he re Ill aineI During this period of his life Vil lard got n glimpse of western judicial machinery and gives this vivid pic ture of a term of court being held dur- Ing a very hot spell in June The judge presided without his coat and with unbuttoned shirt thrown wide open He tat thus disarrayed tipped hark in his minim chair with his legs on the desk before him The uttoi neys natutally lolloped his examplt and trade themselves as coolus pos- sible One marked incident ed fixed in my mind While remainI the most loquacious ahllrlle inteintpted by the judge who called out to him Jun you had better keep cOllin this hot wtatlur and give me n bite of your UhtKCO The pleader stopped pulled out his plot nnd carried It to the judge who took a h sty bitt whcietion the proceed ing were resumed Of his own arrival in Colorado Vrl Illild writes Yo brought a ma iof rtJ hundred leileS and newspa I pers the announcement of which last drew three cheers for the express company It was a great boom the last news fiom the Missouri river being nearly five weeks old Of course I was the center ol attraction and overwhelmed with questions Some one proposed that I should tell the news from the States to them RlI and I UHS trade to mount a log enttrlain the audience for halt an hour with what had happened before my depaiture lor which secured nit at once the good will of till the set tiers rA Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an uglculon the leg ot J B Orner Franklin Grove III It developed H stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklers Ar- nica Salve cured Its just aa good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles Joe at L Wayne Griflin Eros drug store m Train Derailments According to n consular report horn Fin kfort Mr Gehrlcke a German railroad official has patented an ap pliance to prevent the derailment ot rallrcal trains It is claimed that this invention will considerably decrease the danger and damages in all cases of derailments also those reo dultlng from broken axles or tires A rail is adjusted to the truck of the cr parallel with the axle so that it is in a position acrisi and about 10 inches above the rail Should a derail of the wheels take place these crow rails will lie upon the rails of the track without letting the wheels touch the ground The car wilL then drag along upon the cross rails and tlowy stop the whole train In order to break the force of the settling of the car as much as possible the cross tails are so adjusted that they are as near us possible to the rails of the track and are in addition supplied with springs The cross rails are also supplied with projections under neath to prevent the car from leaving the track The advantages expected are that a derailed car will not be suddenly stopped will not fall with undimin ished force upon the rails of the track or upon the ties and will not be dragged with the wheels upon the latter but will he stopped slowly the cross rails acting ns brakes W Early Risers Tho famous little pills A lady traveling in Japan thus writes of a rative bathing resort 1I0ur coolies trotted oil gayly with us through a bimbo jungle until we arrived at the garden of IMen It is a lied Ubago in the guidebooks hut nevertheless I am sure it was the garden of Eden Anyway the cos tune S ifMO they tuty he calltd acme of that period Our coolus dttmptd its dowi and refused to proceed in spite of our en birrawsciJ mo tiun of ih hand to wav them on For we him reached one ot the famous bath villages a mug lit supposed to bt ol great intcicst to the unsophisiicat ed glob trotlcr I i tills village the inhabita its sK nd most ul their lives htlhing in the out springs which abound in till nelguborhooil All the village rccspiituis u td afternoon tel j nrtic5 take pace in tit public bath and it was to one ot lhesu Ua punic that we b siluil luiuxed our guide lit removed a siil iiivj pannel in the wall ol a cctiiln house crud di cK sjd two large tanks of stt inning watt r filled with many bathers who received us with much pleasure and tutny sniiler Sonic ol them were placidly drinking tea net others tvere smoking their plpt Over that scene I would have davn a curt tin bit there wa I uj ourtttu to draN Sir 1 route Dowe Q ireti KuZi baths nmbasidor to Ivai the Tcrti bU CKIT of Ktihsia in 15S3 halt a exciting tim Ivan killed his own son H lew years prior in a fit of pas lion and was nu easy chiiasttr to deal with The Czar saw fit to dis pasae the English Quetu whom he declared he did net reckon to be hi fellow there being those who win her betwrs JJjsvvs could riot tale tiiih tort ofthing and put krl3 aj sorted that his princes was as erect a any in Christendom What As Ilreat us the Hmpentr of Germany dennndtd Ivin Why answtrcJ Bowes with a fine assumption o scorn such i tilt gri timer cf th Queen mj mmm stress chat the Kiu her lather lad not long t Ince the em iror i Ira rly in his wr aj is Fnrce The C7r v as at first iLOte furious tl nIl ever hut in time he to iV BOWM into hiQ fv Wheil Koreans dun mourning tilt first stage deiiiaarts u hat as larye rs a diminutive open 11thes b stet It i fun feet in circumference and completely conceals the face which is further concealed by n piece n coarse lawn stretched upon two sticks and held just below the ryes IP this stage notliini whatever ol Iht lace may tat seen The second stag is denoted b the r nmvl ol the screen Tne third period is matuf s tel through the repacetii nt of time Inverted basket bv the cnstonmry he iljjciir nihde of straw colnr Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sickwith kidney trouble I tried nil sorts ol medicines none of which relieved me One day I saw an adof your Electric Bitters and determined to try that After taking a few doses I left relieved anti goon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a SIck day since Neighbors of mini have been eared f Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver ud Kidney trouble and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N Uwrl1eL Only 50c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists m SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strengthso necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from anywasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O94I5 Pearl Street New York 50c and tOO all druggists I YSPEPSIA- IS CURED BY DRPIERCEIGOLDE MEDICAL DISCO ca MAKEWEAK STOMACH STRONG A Wise Provision Did you ever notice when a man smites his thumb witha hammer while putting down a carpet under his wifes supervision how quickly he thrust8 the bruised and throbbing membr iiito his mouth People thick It becousj the application is soothing But the movement is pure ly involuntary like winking The mnn cannot help it The lact is that nature knows what a man is apt lu say Under such cir j cur sances and so hrs prcv lid him lthn iulum lic stopf tr When ever he hits his thumb hard enough to him ard it doesnt tttkv a v rr hctilhbW tuAlimat kill tt man whew he is dcinu something ifedoestlt want tj dby a scrt of InteilocKlrj fB em his thumb flics Into his fljbfith nd for the critical moment peedllf1 cut of- fCured His Mother of Rheumatism 1Iy mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W H Howard of Husband Pa II At times she was unable to move at nil while at all times walking was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occasional application ot Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troub led with For sale by all drug gists m Wars and Births Statistics of population seem to sin v that after iotg and severe wars in which many men are killed and the male part of countrys popula tion is gr amy dreamed there iq for several rar H preponderating birth of mllrhllcrcn until the normal prnporO brtween the sxes Is reo storms Thi seems to have been noted avm lime Thirty Y aV varln Germcnv 4er the Napoleonic war in France and even in more recent times atter the siege ot Paris- Mysterious A Y tir husband said the physi clan bas a serious attack of gastric feverYiw dont sayexclaimed Mrs Oatcake How in th name o goodness did he ever git such a ailment as that whn they aint enny gas in th1 house Uncertainty CookeniHllyBy Jove Im glad to see yon neighbr How are you and how are al the folks How Farmer Rro dhead grimly Wa al young man w1aoa your little gamegreen goods cr runnin for office A Beautiful Room One of the first things to be con sidered In the work of beautifying a room whether it isthedlnlng fami ly the bedroom or parlor Is the selec tlon of the draperies In these days when draperies are made in such tas ty and varied designs and are really so cheap It ought not to be much feet with draperies Very lovely summer drapery may be made of sheer material They should be arranged to hang in natural simple lines Much of the effect depends upon the hanging of this or any other drapery If looped it should be done dalntl y with satin ribbon to harmonize or with cotton cord The bows should be full and so arranged as to he seen trout the outside of the house The cords and tassel are easily made at home by twisting together several strands of heavy cotton Another pretty drapery Is of bobi net having a full hillon the front and lower edger This style of dra pery looks best when hung for a Sit all brass rod and caught back on each side with a long cord Another dain ty curtain and one more stylish than either of the others is made of white swiss with insertions of lace It is very pretty with a ruflk finish To give the drapery a richer effect cur tain of blue and white Japaneese cot ton crepe curtains should be pushed back close to the ends of the pole and permitted to fall In straigthHne Even with old and wellworn furniture a reallp dainty look can be given to a room by pretty draperies RIPANS Tables Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind Tho ii cent packet Is enough for usual ocenslons supplyforv Restriction of Emigration The persecution of Jews in Russian territory the disordered condition of aildirs in the Scandinavian posees stun and unsettled condition in the far east have all been contrlbutary cause to a great increase In Immi gration to this country The vast majority of these immi grants have of course ben exceed ingly poor they do not it is true puIti written plainly on their careworn and halffamished faces Is It well of the country to receive ihctn This is the problem that has again Collie front That a large num ber of OUr cltitens think il IB not plain to aU In large cities in the manu adoring districts in the coal region the inroads made by these poor alDot ignorant foreigners who are willing and able to work for and to live on one fourth the pay needed by native born men and woman are looked on citizens most unfavorably by our American There is undoubtedly good cause or this American sentiment and a cause that warrants a more stringent en forcement of the law than is the custom at present It is a fact that the greater number of the immigrants who are now entering county are un desirable They not merely ignorant but from the cnvlronent in which thep and their ancestors have lived for centuries they are of a low order ot intelligence These people never can be able to assimilate American principles customs nor ways of con sidering things They lack the qua itles of atriaght Krviardness and independence that essential to the American character they are powerfully built in many cosec they are not afraid of work because they have been used to man ual labor all their lives but much more than mere animal strength is needed now to make an American citizenIt means could be devised if these foreigners must be admitted to the country they could be settled on the great farming lands ol the West and there made to engage in purely agricultural pursuits then probably some of the regret exper ienced be toned down But to allow them to come into and fill our cities to take the places ol our workmen and to gradually drive out of employment our own unskilled labor cannot he tolerated must not be allowed and should be prohibited The lws are strict now The new laws embrace much more than the old ones out still they are not atict nor cotnperhensive enough Our American workingmen must bt protected the country is now hturkd with unskilled laborers There is no room for more AskiuI asked Col Chlnnawy the politician about it the other day and he said I am not a candidate for Congress huttO Punnt Thm means that hes go lug to but in as usual One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup wean HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble Indigostlononlytraceablegestion 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 thatdellcaletomacbtrouble foutInonlhKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves tho stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 100 Size holdlne 2K times the trW sIze which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITf CO OHIOAQO Anyono sendingasketch and description nay quiCklY ascertain our opinion an Invention Is 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NoumII8IDIttLIJ make you a STRONG Koor out Man Price 7004Boris 9600 Sotelal Dlnetlont Motets wlte each Box Addrti 13lasttCeIIID Lucas Ma aT LOUIe MOr Talk belt entity tx tceaHary- you should putrnni unir folks whre vmi cmi hay + out wn phones and but dvtiur oivr 11 414 be In talking diMuruc v i ti the huh count and nuHine pont 1rllrltlly by only paying a Itdlul seat rnu to the Rough River Trrhttr Company or they will be nt thwI It expense It von SH in We COM rt with all In dependent Conio nif For particu lars call on S T Ott vrni Manager Hnrtfotd Ky- Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For Priceg A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free I ryrrdLL I Hartford Republican IlSUCil 1 V tlll lIurtlnr1 InbllelllnR rntpuu IMOIUOIIAVRH C K NUIIIIlclllnr ====r= = C umcor1 a S i ouLrh er FRIDAY MAY 6 u ANNOUNCEMENT eontitttatt- tn HIV iiutlMirUiil to nntniiiiiit lAMFs I MOHTON aenrnnndst fur tin ttlrroflII- of Ollll rnntY Millar TII llli lltlnll oltlllIji- ulilUvin inrty IT is said that when Bryans nun is mentioned in his presence J udge Parker just Inuphs IT has not yet heeu decided whnt David Hill used for u model when he built the iSew York Democratic platformCOL BRYAN is credited with many unique sayings hut the most recent and expressive i= that Judge ParkerI is an artful dodger en a dishones platformTHE enthusiastic indorsement give President Roosevelt by the Louisvill Convention is striking evidence of his extreme popularity with the masses of the people IT is reported that there were 000 duels fought in Germany last year with twentythree fatalities The practice proves to be almost as dan gerous as football Mil Bryan again asks what the silent Parker stands for He stand for the Democratic nomination fol President which Mr Bryan was si anxious to see coming his way Alii BRYAN denominates the plat form of the New York Democracy a confidence game on the publicI It may he a confidence game public will be slow to play at it IT can be truthfully said that Grover Clevelands lecture on his connection with the Chicago riots iu 1894 will not be distributed by the Democrats among labor union a campaign material HON M L Heavrin was electee member of the State Central Com mittee for the Fourth Congreisiorm District Monday Mr Heavrin is a staunch Republican mid has serves the interests of his party fir the past several years and deservedly merits the position of honor and distinctim to which he has peen elevated Wn hear it silently whispered about that if Mr Bryans choce is not selected as the Democratic nominee foi President he will support Roosevelt Without mature deliberationwe deem ed that one ot the greatest calamities that ever threatened the Republica party But the President is so strong with the people that even Bryans support couldnut injure himTHE Louisville Herald says The Kentucky Court of A irnU hurt In out clot of IKfUmm iiKiilnnt the Consti tution decided that wren betwimn frlentlt th old document Htlll HiiiuiintH to some thluir How about a friend against an enemy In such a case the State Con stitution or the Bill ot Rights ot the United States Constitution which provides that everybody charged with crime shall have a tree and im partial trial amounts to nothing tile triumph ot harmony in the Louisville Convention was a sore die appointment to the Democratic poll ticians When Bradley and Yerkes clasped hands and each nominated and moved the election by acclama tion of the other the one for dele gate to the National Convention from the State at large the other as per manent chairman of the State Convention the fondest anti most cher ished hope faded from the bosom of the pie hunting Democrat and he groaned as from deepest agony Bradley bows to the rule of Mr Yerkes1then in point of fact the adjustment and reconciliation of the former differences that have ex isted between ihieu gentlemen has removed the lust lingering and for lorn hope of Democracy Kentucky and the work done in the Convention will carry confidence and encourage ment to every Republican in the State and unite thorn into one im I pregnable whole so strong so hal mouious that the enemy must hae needs to groan despiaringly in ai ticipation of the overwhelming vtf tory that awaits the proud and glorious old Republican party this fall to RENDER KY May413DiTOR REIITUCAN I will send you n few items for this weeks issue- Everybody here are well pleaser with and always anxious to get Tnr RnrrnucAN Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leltch field was in this city last Saturday on ousiness Messrs U M Everly and joe Pierce left Render Friday for Herrin Ill Mr George Barnes of Beavet Dam was in in this city today on business Mr and Mrs Ed Jones returned Sunday from Central City where they had been visiting relatives Messrs Will Frey and Tom Chinn of Beaver Damwere here Friday Mr Mallow Stevens Centertown was the guest of his uncle Mr Geo Tinsley oi this place last week Mrs Robert Mitchell of Powderly was the guest of relatives in this cit last Saturday and Sunday Mrs G D York of Central City visited relatives in this city last Sat urday and Sunday Mr G W Kerup of Princeton vas here Friday on business Dies rs Simon Jones of Render and E A Foster of Central City were in Hartford last week on legs I businessMr N Stevens resigned his position I as clerk for the C C 1 Coat this place last Friday and returned to bis home at Bremen Tom was a good boy and we will miss him very mud we wish him much good luck in the futureProf A R Whalen of Askins but tow of Central city was a pleasant visitor in our little city last Sat irday Mr Virgil Fulkerson visited ir lockport Sunday the guest of Miss Iattie Van Meter Mr P J Quinlan of Pduc has here Saturday on business Rev J T Rushing preached here unday night accompanied by Rev J D Boggess Mr Oscar Brown wade a flying tip to Rockport end returned Sun layMessrs Vernou Williams and Ei Zla Allen of Rjckport passed through tender Sunday entoute to Owens ioo Mr and Mrs B C Petty and Miss Mora Haynts are visiting in Fords isle and Owensboro this writing Mrs H A Barnard went to Beaver DJnJ yesterday and returned Mr and Mrs John MidkifF ot IViliiaius Mines visited in Beaver Dam Sunday ChasIMr John Vernon city of Echols was ere to day on business Mr John Carr of Nelson was here o day on business Mr Human Miller of South Car ollton was in this city today Mr Ed Bailey hasgoneto St Louis t attend the Worlds Fair Lost by Fire- A W Black ot the Horton nelgh orhood lost his residence and most of its contents by fire last Monday afternoon It is believed that the fire riginated from sparks falling on the dlY shingle roof Mrs Black bad blen house cleaning and had burned craw and paptr in the grate which aused sparks from which the fire is supposed to have originated The loss sustained by Mr Black is estimated to be about 140 with no in lurance Runaway Wednesday afternoon a team of horses belonging to Lath King which were being driven to a buggy became frightened about the time hey were entering on the Iron bridge Rouh river and as a result of IItCIOSS Mr Kings buggy was badly d emolished and he was painfully in jjurcdI License to Wed The following permits to wed hav ten granted by County Clerk M S aplnnd since our last Issue- Si E Miller McHenry to Daisy E irrett McHenry M F Gossett Taffy to Ada L Baird Beda Prof E M Ross Scottdale Pa MondayIbitt has for the past two years been Minucted with the Peterson Bust ness allege at Scottdale PeculiarI In what it is and what it dotscot taining the best blood purifying alterative and tonic substances aud effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and nIl eruptions relieving weak tires languid feelings and building up the whole system is true only oi Hoods Sarsaparilla Xo other medicine acts like it no other medicine haa done soi much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost- IOf teas troubled with scrofuln and can near losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After tnkln two bottles of Hoods Snrsnparllln 1 could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could see as well as over SUSIE A llxnc TON Withers N C Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps tho promise GANNETT FAMILY RfUNION Nearly Two Thousand Relatives of One Early Settler in Kentucky To Meet in St Louis on Septem ber 10th During the Worlds Fair C M Barrnett of Hartford Sur vevor of the Port of Louisville hrls received a notification that n reunion of the Barnett family will be held in St LouIs September 10 which he and his family are invited to attend He will idler his contemplated Islt to the WcrHs Fir until that time The Barnett family is a very larg one and has connection n all parts of the United Stat s Great intern in the reunion has been caused anion its members and it i probable that the tvent will be attended by I 510 to 2uon people The Barnetts are numerous in Engand and the first to come to this country were two brothers John am foeph to whom were granted by tht King uf England a tract of hnd upon which they settled and became wealthy planters This was perhap1 wentyfivs years before the Revolu lion and the American brand 01 the Barnett family multiplied rap dlyIn iS three of them left Virginir md came to Kentucky One Alex mder the greatgrandfather of the present generation of Bar nets settled at Hartford which own was named tar him being called Ennietts station in the early years of its existence The other two set Illeit at the headwaters of Green river and on Silver creek In Madison county In this State the family has about ive hundred members In Louisville an entire page of the city directory Is given to them CENTERTOWN KY May 4 Quarterly meeting convened here last Saturday and Sun dl1Y with Revs Rushing and Bogges In charge They gave us some splendid sermons Rev E V Phipps preached an interesting sermon Sunday night Mrs J W Conditt Is confined to- her bed with measles Mrs J M Carter spent several days last week visiting her father near IcHenryMisses Ida Addington and Ethel Hunter Smallhouse visited Mrs Tom BlIl1s Sunday Mr C C Ross Rockport was here this week J B Coffman Coffman Ky was htre this week in the fruit Interest Judge J B Wilson Hartford was- In attendance at court here Tuesday Halve Hill has moved to his farm near No Creek church- J M Igleheart has moved to his- farm recently purchased of T R Inch hoe Eq W P Render Maanzis was in town Tuesday on legal business M M Dexter who bas been attending the dental college at Louisville is here visiting his fathe- rCloudburst A cloudburst in the Greenhorn range eight miles south of Florence Col caused the Arkansas river to- rise between eight and nine feet there less than an hour The unexpec ted rush of water resulted in great damage REFUSED TO VACATE I Judge Benton Will Try the Mar cumHargis Damage Suit Winchester Ky May 2 The case of Mrs Ahr lilt Marcum agnins Judge James Hnrgis Ale Hargis B F French nnd Edward Calnhan alleging a conspiracy to ljurder hlrI husband James Marcum and for 100000 damages was called in the Clark Circuit Court todny JudgeI J B Benton sitting The defense filed an affidavit rlleg I ing unfriendly relations betweei disqunlllfylng wtre not sustained however IImil Judge Benton refused to vacate The defense then entered a de murrer to the jurisdiction of this I court which was overruled A mo tion previously made by the defense for a change of venue wall then with drawn and the case was set for trIal on Monday May 16 WHITESVILLE KY May 4Mrs Bertha Cook nor father Mr D F Brooks have return ed to her home in New Orleans The remains of the late G W Miller will be brought here Saturdu from Sandiego Cal for burial Mr W D Neel has purchased thi farm of Mr J O Neel near here and has taken possession Miss Mary H Wedding spent Sat urday and Sunday in Hordsvllle am was accompanied home by her sister Mr Clarence Keown who will spend a few days Mr Byron Ptttie and wile Mc Henry are visiting Mr W D Nee and wile Master Willie Wells is dangerous ill of pneumonia Mrs L M Stimell is very low Mrs Ezra Jackson Owen boro spent Saturday and Sunday herewith friends Miss Bessie Floyd Knottsville Isj visiting here The following partits attended I the entertainment at St Lawrenct Saturday night Muses Cara Everly Effie WUUiarns Lua Boar man Annie Hickey and Stella and Mary Wedding Messrs Onis Hick ey John Sopp Louoie McCirty and sane Brooks Atty J B Clark Owensboro lee Lured here Saturday Mr P H Halley nightILouisville with his roods Rev C Bray Cloverport Is spend ng a few days hire with relitlves Frank Smith Dead Mr Frank Smith u native and former resident of this county died at Cedar Rapids Iowa last Thursday His health had not been good for tome time and he had gone ta that place only a tew weeks ago in the I hope that his general condition would bs improved He died of heart fail ure caused by hemorrage of the lungs before the change ot climate could fleet his health Mrs Sara Collins Smith his wife left immediately nearing of his dtath and had his remains brought back to his old home at Sulphur Springs where funeral 2rvicesconducted by Rev J H Bur nett were held after which interment took place in the Fitzhugh burying round Monday evening Hoover Plead Guilty At the recent term of the Federal Court at Owensboro L C Hoover former postmaster of Clear Run this ounty was tried for embezzling postal funds He was abort 8588 and he pleaded guilty to the charge in the indict rent and was let 08 with a fine of 85 88 an amonnt sufficient to cover the amount of the defalcation Ordinance- OF TilE TOWN OF HARTFORD NOI3 PROHIBITING STANDING OF HORSES ETC The Board of Trustees of the town of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec i It shall be unlawful foray person or persons to stand a horse jack or bull or either ot them for reward or otherwise within the corporate limits of the town of Hart lord and anyone so offending shall be ufltyof a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than 1000 nor more than 2000 for each offense Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are ereby repenled- Approverll1R 4th 1904 ROWAN HOIHROOK Chmn Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk ppppprrrp ecg1ee1 E Interesting = to Everybody 5i very department our usual incrsasc j evident and greater even than at any i previous season Our de partmcnts arc full of values lfj not found everywhere i Our reputation grows as the sales in our Clothing de partment advance each sale being a lasting adver JP tisemcnt We arc showing the greatest line of ClothC ing in this section If you jf buy before seeing us you Iff lose money and satisfaction mm As designers of the latest creations in Millinery which rare strictly original we have no superior Sand are showing the latest effects which 4possess all that beau 3 ty style and price- combined can give An unusual rush corn- S Ipels us to believe that our stock is complete and our prices the low Ii t estOur excellent line of TailorMade Skirts is the most beautiful and extensive we have ev lit er shown made in all itthe latest styles and from the newest fab t rics thus setting forth all the features fan uptodate garment I1- ft We arc showing a very large line of La + j ces Embroideries and Dress Trimmings iC Ii iii 4duplicatedVisit us for bargains in every lineiC tSJTICHEINOR McHenry 2 iCiCiCiCiCiCiC The Brown Mercantile Co Get Your Moneys Worth or Your Money Back The warm sunshiny days that are approaching suggest many new things you might add to your personal effects For instance a new Dress a now pair of Shoes a new Shirt a new Mat a new pair of Trousers or a new anything necessary for the comfort of the season There is something about our Merchandise that is catchy and snappy to the eyes of the people just a little something that makes this the place for you to trade Our trade of late demonatrates the fhct that the people appreciate a store where everything in the Hardware Queensware Dry Goods Notion and Gro cery lines can be secured Our facilities for supply ing your needs are as good as any store in this section Pay us a visit bring your Produce or anything you have to sell and if we dont treat you as wellor better than anyone else we wont be offended at your refusal to conic again The BrownCOIColtiOItAlI Render ELy An fIttI III VI PO f M tII 44l e y N f 17 M M f 1 It l N Spring Beauties r Economical Values This is till correct way to peak of our new ssyle mens Suits mid ladies Dnss Goads Cast your cul tured eye over our stock awl tllIuH what you think of our display in these lines These articles are very de sirable from several points of view We think youll Moil them just a little better newer and more alttrac tivejusl a little something that makes them more pleasing and satisfactory than those you see elsewhere GOOD TO LOOK AT A person arrayed in becoming Suit Dress or pair of Shoes presents a pleasant diversion for the eye antia good advertisement for us When we lit you correctly suit your taste and yell you Suit Dress or Shoes that look well and feel well on youyou certainly stand as an advertisement for our establishment Hundreds of our host citfens are advertising our store in an un conseious way by wearing our Clothing Shoes Hats and Dress iouds THE OTHER THINGS aunt then we have all the other concomitants of a welldressed person Collars Ties Neckwear of all kinds Pins Ornaments Hosiery Underwear in fact everything necessary to complete a comfortable and tastyoutfit We cannot allbrd a displeasedcustomer Our Clothing and Shoes Must fit and our Dress Goods and other goods must please not only your eye but your pockotbook before the trade is satisfactory on both sides This we strive to do in every case and our success is almost without a single exception FURNITURE ETC This is the time of year when you want to six up the inside of your house Spring housecleaning is now at hand and you will perhaps want to refurnish or fur nish your house with a few pieces of new furniture a new Carpet or Mattirir Curtains or other improve ments Please remember that we carry a large stock of these goods sold at time very lowest prices You real ly cadnot allbrd to have a shabbily furnished home af ten knowing how cheap and handsome we can fit you up Our specialties are Dry Goods Furniture Uro ceries and we save you money on anything in these lines you buy from u- 5Carson Si CoHXfOIUOltATKDi tJ Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 6 f Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Table IyNO132 North doe Nmrnd4oln des 111En1uHI No 102 lue4i7p in No 101 duo 24sp in No 122 dua 1230 pm 0131 lIullIool in Seed Potatoes at Carson Bros C K Reneer Centertown called to see us while in town Wednesday Gents furnishing goods a specialty at ECONOMY STORK Dr G L Everly Ceralvo called to see us while In town Monday Get your Meals at the City Restau rant Everything firstclass n Mrs Rev J A Bennett Bcda visited her daughter Mrs f b Foster SundayOur ol Oxfords for Men Ladles and Children cant be excelled CARSON Co Dr S D Taylor Beaver Dam call ed at this office while in town Wed nesday See our new Spring Shoes and Slip pers All latest stylesECONOMY STORR J Mr W T King was operated on for cancer of the face by a Louisville specialist the latter part of last week Bring your Wool to Moore Crabtree They will pay you the highest market prlcj In cash 42t2 Plows Harness and Saddlery TILE BUQWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Mrs SAnderson and Infant son Samuel visited the family of Mr J A Anderson Lettchfield the first of the week H L Brown Fairest called to si eI us while in own For Iresb Crackers jo 10 City Restaurant William Johnson of the No Creek neighborhood called to see us while In town Wednesday We want your wool Will pay highest marked pricesCARSON Co Esq J A Park Storekeeper for the Sour Mash Distillery Owensboro is visiting his family here this week Country Hams and Lard THE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Air and Mrs Zack Reid Small hous visited Mr J W Robertson and family near Hartford Monday If you want the highest market prices for your Wool in cash take it to Moore Crabtree Hartford 42t2 Hardware Stoves and Ranges TuB BROWN MERCANTILE CO- Render Ky See our Special Trimmed Hats for ladies misses and children Prices 100 150 and 2 oo ECONOMY STORE Beginning with the second day of May the dry goods merchants will close their places of business at 730 oclock except on Saturday nights We still have a good assortment ol remnant Calico and Percal that we are selling at i 00 per bundle CARSON Co Mr Heber Matthews editor of the Hartford Herald will leave today for Louisville to attend a meeting of the Executive Committeeofthe Kentucky Press Association of which he is a member The time and plnce of the i anrual meeting will be set also ar j ranpements made frr the trip of the I Kentucky scribes to St Louis Ladles nursing Vests at Fairs Nazareth Waists for children at Fairs J M Bishop Centeitown called to see us while in town yesterday Best line of fancy Hosiery found at Fairs Alonzo Shown Beda railed to see us while in town Wednesday New Laces Embroideries and All overs nt Fairs- Specialties in Clothing for young men at Fairs Bring your Wool to The Brown Mtrcnatile Co Render Ky The newest white Goods and fancy i wash Goods at Fairs Always the newest in ladles ready made Skirts at Fairs W C Smith McIIenry made us a pleasant call Monday New vhlpment of Belts Turnovers and Stock Collars at Fairs See that new line ot Candiesat City Restaurant Out of sight Nicest lines of Fruits Candies Cakes c in Hartford at City Restaurant R H Everly Ceralvo called to see us while in town Monday Mrs J B Foster who has been ill for the rant two weeks is slowly hUe proving r Pricsmeyers Slippers at Fairs are famous for style and wearing qual ties We want to sell you Flooring Ceil- Ing and Varandas for your house HARTPORD MILL Co Fairs crowded Mllinery Parlors prove the correctness of their styles and price Mr Dr A F Stanley visited Mrs E P Nealat Prentisthe first of the week Bring your Wool to Fair Co They pay best prices and sell you goods at lowest prices If you dont think I am selling out at reduced prices just come and see R T ILER Hartford Ky IThe infant child of Mr and Mrs Parkof the Clear Run neighborhood led Wednesday night Hartford Mill Co has all kinds of Doors Windows and Mouildings at low prices Frank Russell who has been mak ing his home at Mr Jake Wester fields Dundee has come to live with Dr J R Pirtle j Mrs A B Lnchof the Bald 27thjIgroundnextdayThe Mill Company is pre pared to furnish all kinds of lumber and building supplies at its plant here Cleve Her has purchased the stock of groceries recently assigned by D W Williams and has opened up for business We have a lot of remnant black Satlnes 5 pound bundle that we will sell at 25 cents per bundle This certainly is a bargainCARSON Co Call to see our new Suits They are swell at 10 and 1250 They cant be beat elsewhere at these low prices ECONOMY STORE Leslie Wedding returned Wednes day from Jennings La where he has been engaged in the telephone busi ness He will leave in a few day to accept a position at Nashville Tenn I am making drilling a specialty Wells drilled and cased Plenty of water guaranteed For further in formation call onW E NEWBOLT 4t Hartford Ky Load your Wool head for Carson Gos where you can get the high est mnrkat prices and get in exchange Dry Goods Groceries Millinery Goods Shoes or Furniture at the lowest rate It you need a bill of Groceries Furniture or anything kept in a firs cla B general store leave your order with Carson Co and have the goods delivered at your home free of charge Quite a number of the leading Re publicans ol the county attended the State Convention at Louisville Tues day The following are those who attended from Hartford W S Tins ley R B Martin S A Anderson M L Htavrin J M DeWeese M S Ragland Cal P Keown B F Dun lap Hon A S Bennett Col C M Barnett and S A Park Mrs Mary Carr Curtlsof Malaysia India who Is a traveling lecturer In the Interest of foreign missions was the guest of Dr and Mrs J R Pirtle Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Curtis has been a missionary in India for a number of years has traveled exten sively In Germany Italy and other eastern countries She relates some interesting experiences connected with missionary work Lardn Williams Centertown madt us a pleasant call Monday W F Condit Matanzes called to I see us while in town Saturday J W Daniel Narrows called toI see ua while in town Wednesday Henderson Williams Paradisejcalled to see us while in day Fancy dress goods in Wash Fabrics Tin BKOWV MERCANTILE Co Render Ky S S Cox and Arch Lewis city visited in Owensboro Saturday aud- Sunday i Rev D M Clowe and wife of Ashley 111 visited in Hartford the first of the week Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keown Fordsville spent several days in town the first of the week J One hundred dol ars to be given j away in Crystal PresFcut Glassware Call forcoupons ECONOMY STORE Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner up stairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf Dr E W Ford has returned from Chicago where he took a post gradu ate course in the Polyclinic Medical and Surgery Institute of that places Highest market price for Poultry and Eggs TilE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky I James Whittinghill returned to his home at Bowling Green Monday alter a few days visit in our midst He was accompanied home by his uncle James Sullen erIHon A S Benn ett passed through I Hartford Monday en route to Louis ville where he will assume the poss tlon of traveling salesman tor Cole man Brothers clothing house which he recently accepted ASKIN KYIMay 4Jaues Morton was In1 Hartford few days ago looking alter his political interest I Rev Corley filled bis regular appointment t at Hopewell the 4th Satur day and Sunday Miss Rosa DeHavcn visited Miss Margaret Cooper last week Rev R W Oldham visited in this I community a few days ago Alorzi IVtty ca ltd on John Jones and family of Fotdsville ast Friday Mr John DeWeese and family visit ed his wiles punts IrRnd Mrs j Columbus Aklr last wetk Ms Grace Fihtr of Glendeane j visited her sister Mu Doctor Rogers last reek I Mr Ja + Mortw and wife visited friends and relatives at Jolly last Sat I uriay 1R p 4hflAtU1M1IflfkflflJWLIflJLttflfffitP Clothing y Specials We have now on hand our entire line SpringClothingyou this varied assortment at prices that will certainly interest you I Alens Youths and Childrens Pants We have the strongest line that it has been our everything pleased have see our get our prices before buying Mens and Childrens Suits we absolutely bet ter made our prices er than any house in Ohio county invite com parison Childrens Suits Knee Pants from 100 to 350late styles Youths Suits long pants 14 19 years from 298 1000 A line worth looking over All the latest tailored styles Mens Suits a superb in all the new spring shades equal in style and pleasure to show years Mens Wool Pants from 100 to 400 Youths Wool from 75c 250 Childrens Knee Pants from 25c 100 line mention We would be to you call stock and Remember guarantee our Suits and low We to to line makeup the finest tailormade garment Prices from 050 to 1500 per Suit Constantly on hand a complete line of Dry Goods Millinery Shoes Wash Goods Woolen Dress Goods ReadyMade Skirts Etc For your Spring Outfit you should atTHe Great Bargain Center p AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQ Q o o o o o o o Q QauQ 4Qust from the Eastern Markets E ur Where have purchased a big lot of new goods such as Clothing Hats Dress = IQ Goods Shoes and flirt everything needed dress you up the latest style j 4i 9b Our Clothing The famous STERLING brand cannot be excelled for = neatness beauty or durability Remember guarantee every Sterling Suit sell Prices of these goods range from i 6 2250 t jjft Our Line of Shoes = The celebrated Hamilton Brown will give you better sat t isfaction in point of neatness and comfort than any Shoe = the market Every pair guaranteed Prices from 125 5 fc We will quote you the following unequaled low prices 2 which will give you an idea of the great bargains you can = secure from us Good Heavy Domestic Gc 5c good heavy Hickory Shirting 7c extra heavy Bedticking 15c per yard Ladies Hose 5c a pair Childrens Hose 5c a pair = Mend Socks 5c a pair Three pair Suspenders 25c Ten Mens black Clay Worsted Suits going at 245 better grade iIA 300size 35 to 42 Youths Suits 235 childrens Gibe Our limited space will not permit us to quote addi tional prices but come to see us and will show you the most uptodate line of goods and for less money than any other house in Ohio county Come to see us and will do the rest in Pants to to A too large to to 944 41 we in to in we bwe to on to tt 9 Calico at at we we 44 cr 4roomfor J311si1ftiless = U SAM BACH Hartford 9 9 4 b YaMire ar alPtp M1 PYMY MMM Y VYV9tl Lf 1 1f 4 RATE BONNETTilE ROMANCE OF A PIRATES DAUGHTER lBRANK R STOCKTON orICopyright IWS br V Apiietun Jt Co Ncf CHAPTER IX DICKOKV SITS KOUTH 111 FELIX DELAPLA1N12 16 j merchant and planter of Spanish Town the capital of Jamaica occupied a commodious house In tho suburbs of the town 12 miles up tho river from Kingston the seaport which establishment was somowhat remarkable from the fact that there were no women In the fam ily Madam Delaplaine had been dead for soveral years and as her husbands fortune had steadily thriven he now found himself possessor of a home In which ho could be as Independent and as comfortable as If he had been the president and sole member of a club Into this quiet and selfsatisfied life came one morning a great surprise In the shape of a beautiful young woman who entered his office In Spanish Town and who stated to him that she was the daughter of his only sister and that she had come to live with him There was an elderly dame and a young man In company with the beau tiful visitor but Mr Delaplaine took no note of them With his nieces bands in his own gazing Into the face so like that young face in whose com pany he had grown from childhood to manhood Mr Delaplaine saw In a flash that since the death of his wife until that moment he had never had the past reason to be content with the World or to be satisfied with his lot jfhis was his sisters child come tc live with him When Mr Delaplaine sufficiently re covered his ordinary good sense to un derstand that there were other things In this world besides the lovely niece who had so suddenly appeared before him he remembered that she had a father and many questions were asked and answered and he was told who Dame Charter was and why her son came with her Then the uncle and the niece walked Into the garden and there talked of Maj Bonnet Lit tie did Kate know upon this subject and nothing could her uncle tell her but in many and tender words she was assured that this was her home as long as she chose to live m it and that It was the most fortunate thing in the world that Dame Charter had come with her and could stay with her Had this not been so where could he have found such a guardian angel such a chaperon for this tender niece As for the young man it was such rare good luck that he had been able to ac company the two ladles and give them his protection He was just the person Mr Delaplaine believed who would be invaluable to him either on the plantation or in his counting house In any case here was their home and here too was the home of his brotherinlaw Bonnet whenever he chose to give up his strange fancy for the sea It was not now to bethought of that Kate or her father or either one of them should go back to Barbadoea to live with the impossible Madam Bonnet If her fathers vessel were in the harbor and ho were here with them or even If she had had good tidings from him Kate Bonnet would have been a very happy girl for her present abode was vastly different from any home she had over known Her uncles Louse on the highlands beyond the town lay in a region of cooler breezes and more bracing air than that of Bar badocs Books and music and the gen eral air of refinement recalled her early life with her mother and with the exception of the anxiety about her father there were no clouds In the bright bluo sties of Kate Bonnet But this anxiety was a cloud and it was spreading When tho Amanda move away from the side of the pirate vessel Revenge she hoisted all sail and got away over the sea OR fast as the prevailing wind could tae her When she passed the bar below Bridgetown and came to an ctjor Capt Marchand immediately lowered a boat and was rowed up ton river to the recent residence of Maj Stede Bonnet and there he delivered two lettorsone to the wife of that gentleman and the other for his daughter Then the captain rowed back and went Into tho town where ho annoyed and nearly distracted the citizens by giving then the most can tious and expurgated account of the considerate and friendly manner In which the Amanda had been relieved of her cargo by his old friend curd fel lowvestryman Maj Bonnet Capt Marchand had been greatly Impressed by the many things which Ben Greenway had said about his mas ters present most astounding freak and hoping In his heart that repent ance and suitable reparation might soon givo this hitherto estimable man an opportunity to return to his former place In society he said as little as he ould ataiiidt the name and faun of thin once respected fellowcitizen When ho communicated with the Kiiif 1111utH1 01 hid now departed cargo he would know what to say to thim but here safe In harbor with his vessel and his passengers he preferred to walt for a time before entirely black ening the character of the man who had allowed him to come here LikeI the faithful Den Greenway he did not yet believe in Stedo Bonnets piracy Madam Bonnet read her letter and did not like It In fact she thought It shameful Then she opened and read the letter to her stepdaughter This she did not like either and she put It away in a drawer she would havo nothing to do with the transmission of such an epistle as this Most abominable when contrasted with the scurrilous screed he had written her after day passed on and Kate IDay arose each morning feeling less than on the day before But at last a letter came brought by a French vessel which had touched at Barbadoes This letter was to Kato from Martin Newcombe It was a love letter a very earnest ardent love letter but it did not make the young girl happy for It told her very little about her father The heart of the lover was so tender that he would say nothing to his lady which might give her needless pain He had heard what Capt Mar chand had told and ho had not under stood it and could only half believe It Kate must know far more about all this painful business than he did for her fathers letter would tell her all he wished her to know Therefore why should he discuss that most distressing and perplexing subject which he knew so little about and which she knew all about So he merely touched upon Maj Bonnet and his vessel and hoped that she might soon write to him and tell him what she cared for him to know what she cared for him to tell the people of Bridgetown and what she wished to repose confiden tially to his honor But whatever she chose to say to him or not to say to him he would have her remember that his heart belonged to her and ever would belong no matter what might happen or what might be said for good or for bad on the sea or the land by friends or enemies This was a rarely good love letter but it plunged Kate into the deepest woe and Dlckory saw this tlrst of all He had brought the letter and for Tae second time he saw tears In her eyes The absence of news of Maj Bonnet was soon known to the rest of the family and then there were other tears It was perfectly plain even to Dame Charter that things had been said In Bridgetown which Mr New combe had not cared to write Dlckory said the girl my mind Is filled with horrible doubts I have hoard of the talk in Bridgetown before we left and now here Is this letter from Mr Newcombe from which I cannot fall to see that there must have been other talk that he considerately refrains from telling me He should not have written such a letter exclaimed Dlckory hotly he might have known It would have set you to suspecting things You dont know what you are talk Ing about you foolish boy she said it is a very proper letter about thJcga you dont understandIShe stepped a little closer to him as if she feared someone might hear her Dlckory said she he did not put that thing Into my mind it was there already That was a dreadful ship Dlckory and It was filled with dread ful men If he had not Intended to go with them he would not have put him self into their power and if he had not intended to be long away he would not have planned to leave me here with my uncleYou ought not to think such a thing as that for one minute cried Dlckory I would not think so about my mother no matter what happened She smiled slightly as she answered I would my father were a mother and then I need not think such things But Dlckory if he had but written to me And in all this time he might have written knowing how I must feel Dlckory stood silent his bosom heaving Suddenly be turned sharply towards her Of course he has writ ten said he but how could his let ter come to you We know not where he has sailed and besides who could have told him you had already gone to your uncle But the people of Bridge town must know things I believe that he has written there Dlckory she said If he wrote to anybody he also wrote to me and that letter Is still there That Is what I believe said he and 1 have been believing It TV rn why didnt you say so to me ycr hod boy cried Kate You ought to have known how that would have comforted me If I could only think he has surely written my heart would bound no matter what his let ter told but to be utterly dropped that 1 cannot bear Yt have not been dropped he ex l r ou BliaM lrJv It Kate 1 at going oiGJUU bus awl r7r Tmust not call me that But you call me Dlckory he said True but you are so much young er Younger ho exclaimed In a tone of contempt not for the speaker but i for the word she had spoken Eleven monthsShe laughed a little laugh her nature was so full of It that even now she could not keep It back You must have been making care ful computation sho said but It does not matter you must not call me Kate anti I shall keep on calling you Dlckory 1 could not help it Now where Is It you were about to say you were going- If you think me old enough said he I am going to Barbadoes In the King and Queen She sails tomorrow I shall timid out about everything and 1 shall get your letter then 1 shall comeback and bring It to you Dlckory she exclaimed and her eyes glowed Dame Charter had been standing and watching this Interview her foolish motherly heart tilled with the bright est most unreasonable dreams And why should she not dream even If she knew her dreams would never come true In a few short weeks that Dick ory boy had grown to be a man and what should not be dreamed about a manAs Kate ran by the open door towards her uncles apartments Dame Charter rose up surprised What have you been saying to her Dlckory she exclaimed Do you know something wo have not heard Have you been giving her news of her fatherNo said the son who had so lately been a boy I have no news to give her but I am going to get news for herShe looked at him in amazement then she exclaimed You Yes he said there Is no one else And besides I would not want anyone else to do it I am going to Bridge town in the brig which brought us here It is a little sail and when I get there I will find out everything No matter what has happened It will break her heart to think her father de serted her without a word I dont be lieve he did it and I shall go and find out But Dlckory she said with anx ious upraised face how can you get back Do you know of any vessel that will bo sailing this way He laughed Get back If I go alone dear mother you may be sure I shall soon get back Craft of all kinds sail one way or another and there are many ways In which I can get back not thought of In ordinary passage When any kind of a vessel sails from Jamaica I can get on board of her whether she takes passengers or not I can sleep on a bale of goods or on the bare deck I can work with the crew if need be Oh you need not doubt that I shall speedily come back When the King and Queen was near ly ready to sail Dlckory Charter hav- Ing been detained by Mr Delaplaine who wished the young man to travel as one of importance and plentiful re sources hurried to the house to take his final instructions from Mistress Kate Bonnet in whose service he w Snow setting forth It might have been supposed by some that no further In structions were necessary but how could Dlckory know that He was right Kate met him before he reached the houseDlckory said she and she put out her handhe had never held that hand betoreyou are so true Dlckory you are so noble you are going It was in her mind to say you are going as my knighterrant but she deemed that unsuitable and she changed it to you are going to do so much for meSl c stopped for a moment and then she said You know I told you you should not call me Kate being so much younger but as you are so much younger you may kiss me If you like Like il CHAPTER X a DAD WEATHER 1 HEN Dlckory Charter sailed away from the island of Jamaica his reason had It been called upon would have told him that he had a good stout brig un der him on which there were people and ropes and sails and something to eat and drink But in those moments of paradise he did not trouble his rea son very much and lived in an atmos phere of joy which he did not attempt to analyze but was content to breathe as if It had been the common air about him He was going away from every one he loved and yet never before had he been so happy in going to anyone he loved He cared to talk to no ono on board but in company with his joy he stood and gazed westward out over the sea It was on the second day out that the breeze began to be less favoring and there were signs of a storm and In spite of his preoccupied condition Dlckory was obliged to notice the hur ried talk of the officers about him he occupying a point of vantage on the quarterdeck Presently he turned and asked of someone if there was llken hood of bad weather The mate to whom he had spoken said somewhat unpleasantly Bad weather enough I take It as we may all soon know but It Is not wind or rain There Is bad weather for you Do you see that Dick looked nnd saw far away but still distinct a vessel under full sail with a little black spot floating hlglT above it we ua ueu lu me LUUU nut oApiuua tlon And what Is that ho said tIlt is a pirate ship said tho other his face hardening as ho spoke and It will soon bo firing at us to heavo to At that moment there was a Hash at the bow of the approaching vessel a little smoke and then the report of a cannon came over the water Without further delay tho captain and crew of tho King and Queen went to work and hovo to their brig As the swiftsailing pirate ship sped on Ben Greenway came aft to Capt Bonnet and a grievous grin was on the Scotchmans face Good grectlns to ye Master Bon net said he ore truly good to your old friends an necbours an pass them not by even when your pockets aro burstln wi Spanish gold A mlnuto before this Capt Stcdo Bonnet had been in a very pleasant state of mind It was only two days ago that ho had captured a Spanish ship from which ho got great gain in cluding considerable stores of gold What mean you cried Bonnet Know you that vessel Ay wool said Ben it is the King and Queen bound doubtless for Bridgetown I tell ye Master Bonnet that It was a great deal o trouble an expense ye put yersel to when ye went Into your present line o business on this ship Ye could have stayed at Name where sho Is owned an wi these fine fellows that yo have gathered theglther ye might have robbed your neebors right an left wlout tho trouble o goin to seniBen Greenway roared tho captain I will have no more of this Is it not enough for me to be annoyed and wor ried by these everlasting ships of Bridgetown which keep sailing across my bows no matter in what direction I go without hearing your Jeers And sneers regarding the matter I tell you Ben Greenway I will not have It I will not suffer these paltry vessels filled perhaps with the grocers and cloth dealers from my own town to Interfere thus with tho bold career that I have chosen I tell you Ben Green way Ill make an example of this ono I am a pirate and I will let them know Itthese fellows In their floating shops It will be a fair and easy thing to sink this tub without more ado Id rather meet three Spanish ships even had they naught aboard than ono of these righteous craft commanded by my most respectable friends and neigh bors L TiI i CHAPTER XItPACK TO KAiB rl naemsI- TH her head to the wind the pirate vessel Re venge bore down slowly upon the King and Queen now lying to and awaiting her Tho stiff breeze was growing stirrer and tho sea was rising The experienced eye of Paul I Bittern the sailing master of the pirate now told him that it would bo I dangerous to approach the brig near enough to make fast to her We cannot do it shouted Black Paul to Bonnet we shall run too near her as It Is Shall we let fly at short range and riddle her hull 1- Capt Bonnet did not Immediately answer the situation puzzled him But before he could speak thoro appeared on the rail of tho King and Queen holding fast to a shroud the i 1IN A MOMENT A TALL FELLOW SEIZED A COIL OF LIGHT ROPE AND HURLED IT THROUGH THE AIR figure of a young man who put his hand to his mouth and hailed Throw me a line Throw me a I line Such an extraordinary request at such a time naturally amazed the pi rates and they stood staring as they crowded along the side of their vessel If you are not going to board her shouted Dickory again throw me a lineFilled with curiosity to know what this strange proceeding meant Black Paul ordered that a line bo thrown and In a moment a tall fellow seized a coil of light rope and hurled It through the air in the direction ol the brig but the rope fell short and the outer end of it disappeared beneath the water Now the spirit of Black Paul was up If tho fellow on the brig wanted a lino ho wanted to come aboard and If ho wanted to come aboard he should do so So he seized a heavier coil and swinging It around his head sent It with tremendous force towards Dlckory who made a wild grab at it and caught It Although a comparatively light line I was oi the water so that Dlckory I had to pull hard upon it before he ould grasp enough of It to pass i around his body lie had scarcely done this and had made a knot In It before a lurch of tho brig brought a strain on the rope nnd ho was Incon overboardI on board a man from i alone to hoard a vessel which this tho Jolly Roger Dill he wish to Join the crOw Had tov i n Ill trcating him on boar t k Was ho a criminal endeavoring to escape from the officers of the law1 It was Impossible to answer any ono of these questions and so the swarthy rascals pulled 110I hard and so steadily upon thin line that the knot In it which Hickory hall not tied properly became a slipknot and the poor fellows breath was nearly squeezed out of him as ho was hauled aver the rough water When ho reached the vessels side there was something said about lowering a ladI for but the men who were hauling onI the line were in a hurry to satisfy their curiosity so up canto Dlckory straight from tho water to the rail and that proceeding so Increased tho squeezing that tho poor fellow fell upon the deck scarcely able to gasp When the rope was loosened the haltI drowned and almost breathless Dick Dry raised himself and gave two or three deep breaths but ho could not speak despite the fact that a dozen rough voices were asking him who ho was and what he wanted With tho water pouring from himI In streams and his breath coming from him In puffs he looked about him with great earnestness Suddenly d man rushed through the crowd of pirates and stooped to look 11t the person who had so strangely aboard Then ho gave a shout It Is Dlckory Charter he cried hickory Charter thin son o old Dame Charter Ye Dlckory an how In the name o all thats blessed did ye como here Master Bonnet Master Bon not he shouted to the captain who now stood by It Is young hickory Charter of Bridgetown He was on board this vessel before we sailed wl Mistress Kato an mo The last time I saw her he was wl her What exclaimed Bonnet with my daughter Ay ay said Greenway It must have been a little before she went on shore Young man cried Bonnet stooping I towards Hickory when did you bast see my daughter Do you know anything of her The young man opened his mouth hut he could not yet do much In tho way of speaking hut ho managed to asp I come from her I am bringing you a message A messago from Kato shouted Bonnet now In a state of wild excite ment Hero you Greenway lift up he other arm and wo will take him ton cabin Quick than Quick man ne must have some spirits and dry Mother Make haste now A message from my daughter If thats so said Greenway as ho aftIviedet his message out o him or yell kill aim wl pure rookloiwness Bonnet took the advice and beforo tnany minutes Dickory was In dry clothes and fooling the Inspiriting Inv 3uencc of a glass of good old rum toI30 done with her for they couldnt ilo by In such weather Dont you lire on that ship yelled Bonnet dont you dare It For all I know my daughter may be on board jf herAt this Dlckory shook his head boardI I have no time to tool with the beggarly I hulk Let her go I have other bush aces here And now sir addressing YouIgot your now tell me julckly What Is your message from tier When did you sail from Bridge I own Did she expect me to overhaul Ithat brig How In tho name of all thq lovlls could she expect that I didnt sail from Bridgetown said Dlckory and your daughter Is not there I come from Jamaica where she now Is and was bound to Brldegtown to seek news of you hop- Ing that you had returned there Which It he had said Ben who found it very difficult to keep quiet ye would hao been under the necessity a glvln your message to his bones bangln in chains Bonnet looked savagely at Ben but be had no time oven to curse Jamaica he cried how did she get there Tell me quickly sirtell- me quickly Do you hear Dlckory was not quite recovered and he told his story not too quickly and j with much attention to details Even the account of the unusual manner In which he and Kate had disembarked from the private vessel was given with out curtailment nor with any atten Ion to the approving grunts of Ben Greenway When he came to speak of the letter which Mr Newcombe had written her and which had thrown her Into such despair on account of its shortcomings Capt Bonnet burst into a fury of execration And sho never got my letter ho cried and knew not what had hap pened to me It Is that wlfo of mine t that cruel wildcat I sent the letter to my house thinking of course It would find my daughter there For where else should she bo- As for yo Dlckory exclaimed Greenway yere a brave boy an will yet come to btj an honor to yer mlth 1 LV LUU UlCUIUI o your father But how did ye over come to think o boardln this nest o sea deits an at such risk to your lifeI did It said Dlckory simply be rouse Mistress Kates father was here I and I was bound to como to him wherever 1 should find him for that j was my main errand They told mo on the brig that It was Cap Bonnets ship that was overhauling us and I vowed that as soon as sho boarded URI would seek him out mill give him her message and when I heard that tho sea was getting too heavy for you to board us determined to come on board If I could get hold of n line Young man cried Bonnet rising to his full height and swelling his chest I boatow upon you a fathern blessing More than tluttand as ho spoke ho pulled open a drawer of a small locker hereH a bag of gold pieces and when you take my answer you shall havo another like It limit Dlckory did not reach out his hand for the money nor did ho say a word Dont ho afraid cried Bonnet If you have any religious wruples I will It DUKUUY lilT NUT ItKUH OUT JUS HAND Foil THK MONKY I I tell you that this gold I did not get by piracy It Is part of my private fortune null came Itt honestly to mo asI glvo It to you IBut Dlokory did not rwich cut Ids hand LookIan If yere afraid o this gold think III It may lw snnearlel wi the blood o fathers an the tears o authors Ill tell ye anti thing an that Is that Mas ter Bonnet luuma go to Ixs so much o- In pirato that he willna tell thin truth Ill tai the money for ye hickory Ill keep It till yere ready to tak lit to your mlthcr an I hope that will I soon IITI t I t l IT + wrf k Istl ffJDIgEjrD tjl1L 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Four Route No 259 4th Ave or write toI GATESl Dept Lpuisville Ky t Envelopes at Repub lican office 1 for 500 DAilY TOURIST SlEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates In effect daily 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 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various points In the West and Southwest 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- LouisvUle Ky Real EstateBargains Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2Soo 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 3 miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 24 miles from Hartford 3000One house and lot in Hartford one half acre lot 1500 A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab tracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 6 AWFUL FATE Befell Man Who Set Trap for Thief Lebanon Ky May James Ben Thompson a young farmer was shot and killed in a most distressing manner early this morning His father had been missing corn from his cribE and his son James aged twentyone years set a trap for the thiefby heat ily loading a shotgun and arranglni it at the door so that when it was opened the gun would be discharged Early this morning young Thompson went to the barn to feed the stock and going to the crib evidently for got the deadly trap for when he opened the door the gun was discharge and the contents entered his breast killing him instantly VICTIM OF WHITECAPPER Alex Lucus Called to his Door and Fired Upon Danville Ky May tAlex Lucus was the victim of whitecap1 ers early this morning He lives at Parksvllle About seven oclock last evening he was passing the home of his brother inlaw Alex Johnson when a shot rang out and his face and shoulders were filled with small shot He turned and saw Johnson in the act ol firing again At i oclock this morn Ing Lucas was called to the door of his home and as he opened it several shots were fired none of which took effect The trouble between the brothersinlaw is of long standing Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to how proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Sings New Life Pills They cut oft maladies no matter how severe and respective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfect Pill 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug storeI Hartford KymDo Hens Sit or Set IouIsTlllc Herald Philosophers ornithologists paul try experts pollticans and journalists are discussing the hen The hens a creature entitled to respect It Is a lavished contributor to human omforts and human wealth What would dinner be without the chicken Dr breakfast without her delicious rust What would the culinary artist do but for the ovlcular resources it his disposal place by the beneficent ben There is for the hen no North or Jouth no East or West It flourishes in the Woodlands of Maine and on the hills of Pennsylvania It grows Cat in the prairie soil of Iowa and I multiplies exceedingly in Missouri md Texas It is a power for good long the Gulf Coast and its achieve nents for good are generously recog ilzed on the Pacific shope Its cackle is music to the lover of good eating on the Hudson the Mississippi the Ohio and the Missouri Of the hen then we should speak not only pleasantly but a Jacurately Does the hen sit or set She does both but the one process differs laterally from the other The fact that she sometimes IIslts does not deny her the right at fitting time lace and circumstance to set A learned physician of Connecticut writing to the New York Times under the name Dr Wrong is very right in declaring that the hen sets Tbe sun and other heavenly bodies set Why not hens Solomon said that the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil Hast the hen a right to be fully set to do good The hea never sets ber teeth on edge nor sets anything on fire but often does set up- in business for herself That a hen sets is the opinion of the vast majority of Mr Bryans great common people who know very well just what call things They know when to call a spade and a crank a crank Whets they say a- hen stew she sets When she iliasheseta Becausesome hens sit more frequently than they set- is no reason way narrowminded peo pIe should deny to the hen family Ithout distinction of color the right to be spoken of as setting when any of its members see fit to assume latpeacefnl attitude ATTEMPTED RESCUE Shooting Scrape Near Versailles Resulting From the Kid naping of a Lit tle Child Versailles Ky May 2A shogun and pistol duel took place between S and 9 oclock last night at the home of William Cumber between Henry Saultman of Allen count and Curtis Watford as the sequel to sensational kidnaping case Batmen were wounded Mrs Cumber is the divorced wife of Saultman and Curtis Waflotd is her twin brother She left Sault man on account of ill treatment over a year ago and went to Lexington with her fouryearold daughter Adi vorce was subsequently granted to her the court giving her the child Some months ago it is alleged Saultmat went to Lexington and by stealth kidnapped the child and kept its whereabouts secret The mother who was recently married to Cumber learned a few days ago that her child had ben let by Saultman to n family in Anderson county and was being cruelly treated She went to Anderson yesterday and succeeded in recovering her kidnaped daughter Saultman finding the child gone came to Versailles last night on the Southern train armed with a shot gun and proceeded to the Cum er home Opening the door he said to umber Ive come for my baby umber replied I have nothing to lo with the matter Wafiord then ippenred and asked Saultman to leave the house and not make trouble According to an eye witness Saultmat eveled his gun at Waflord who reached for his pistol Saultman shot irst and Wafford fired immediately ifterwards An Open Letter From the Chaplin S C News Early in the spring my wife and I- were taken with diarrhoea and so ee vere were the pains that we called physician who prescribed for us but bis medicines failed to give anyre ief A friend who hada bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and iarrhoea Remedyon hand gave each of us a dose and we at once felt he effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in very household H C Bailey Editor This remedy is for sale by- all druggists m Crosses Continent to Confess that he Lied Angus M Cannon Jr son of An gus M Cannon former President of he Salt Lake state of Mormons in Utah traveled from Salt Lak to Vashington to Inform the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elec lions that he had purjured himself in I Informing prominent Gentiles in Utah that President Joseph F Smith of the Mormon church hai performed plural marriage ceremonies Cannon Jr was a witness in the moot investigation He said be told false stories in regard to President Smith marrying his cousin brain H Cannon to Llllle Hamlin a fourth wife His only excuse was that he had been drinking and conceived the idea that to tell such a story would be a good joke on the Gentiles referred to us anything against tbe mormons tickled them all over DeWltts Ntiel Salvo For Plies Burns Sores L ushing Wheelbarrow Across the Continent- D P Evans of Bowling Green 0 started from Cleveland 0 Monday for San Francisco pushing a wheel barrow to pay an election bet Evans wagered that Mayor Johnson rould be elected Governor of Ohio last fall the loser to push a wheelbarrow across the continent from Cleveland to San Francisco and return Sheriffs Sale Byvirtue of Execution No 2113 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of Ohio Circultconrt in favor of Mrs Lou Maddox and hers and fee bill in favor of S A Anderson which was levied on the lowing property subject to said ex ecutlon all against Estlll Tichenor Emma Tichenor Brown Charles Brown and Eva Tichenor I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 16th day of May 1904 between the- honrs of i oclock PM and 4ocloek rtcetcrI- 3 t P Barnes 5 Bro v 1 EgJTS A MESSAGE POR FARMERSYou are now preparing your land for seeding and owing to the weather conditions your planting is going to be late and something ought to be done to force your crop to mature in the proper time thereby saving nuuh loss from early frosts There is one safe sure remedy and that is a liberal use of Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers Our increased sales this season already furnish conclusive proof that many of our largest farmers have already fortified themselves against the late season but there are many more who should avail themselves of this same opportunity The rH- onE SttoEB1taans are too well known to need any special mention as to their quality llyare the standard for all youC1OlV wish We sell wick Acting Phosphate at SOc per Cash at 1 per 100 pounds Corn Grower at 180 per 100 pounds t hal nge Corn Grower 150 per 100 pounds Pure Ground Bone 150 per 100 pound Tobacco Growers 150 to 200 per 100 pounds tTothe Housekeeper ty toottgive your home a new and Sprillg like appearance The old Carpets must go and new ones put in their places New Blinds and new Lace Curtains must be had Some pelt Fur- niturett and possibly a new Cook Stove must be bought Wouldnt you much prefer going to a place where you can buy Z all of these things and anything else you need Barnes Store at Beaver Dam is the only place where you can do this Set in your buggy or wagon and come straight to us and you are sure to find everything far beyond your expectations VOak Bed Rooms Suits S1SOO to 1500 each C Cooking Stoves with vessels 875 to 1SOO Oak Beds235 to 1000 Iron l3edsrt00to 1000 V Oak Dressers 050 to 2500 VOak Diners 175 to 1000 a set i Rockers 150 to 500 each New Shades 10 to 75 New Lace Curtains 100 to tt50 pair Mattings T2Jc to 5c per yd 25c to 7c yet wIt Beaver Kentucky ft t 0j ft P M at the Court House door In Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to tne lighest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis fy Plantiffs debt interest and cost towlt the undivided interest of Es till Tichenor Emma Ticbenor Brown Charles Brown and Eva Tichenor in the following described tract of land ying and being In the county of Ohio State of Kentucky and bounded and described as follows lying on Green river and beginning at a stone white oak and elm tree In Philips and Lewis line thence north 300 poles to a stone beech and walnut thence East 53i poles to a stone thence South 300 poles to a stone in the line of Philips and Lewis survey thence West with said line 3M poles to the beginning con taining one hundred acres and same being land owned by Aron Tichenor prior to his death said interest of Eltlll Tichenor Emma Tichenor Brown Charles Brown Eva Tichenor who recently intermarried with R C James is levied on and to be sold sub ject to homestead Interest of Mrs Lou Maddox Pearl and Algia Tiche nor levied upon as the property of Es till Tichenor Emma Tichenor Brown Charles Brown and Eva Tichenor will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approv ed security required bearing Inter est at the rate of 6 per cent per an num from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 25th day of April19o4tCAL P KEOWN Sheriff O C by CHESTER KEOWN D S Can You 200Given AwayTO TSTOMKUS OK Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress In Ohio county atIthe November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 S 00cconfhirdII 000 FourthII 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc I EXPECTING I- y1IEQE ALLFROM Darn JamesTERMSSale Figure BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AN DTI IK Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEWRalIlOad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rates time ol trains Sleeping tar litter TiitloriH Etc cull on nay Ticket Agent or nil draws O 1 McCARTY Icnl IIIBM Attent Clticlnnntl Ohio or It H DROWN H1A LouIvl1IeKyTHE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Try us J resn 4tu i r J I N I I I I f I