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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tpIartf rb Uqublkau Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL PINK IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 20 L904 JNo 44 ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Pistol and Morphine Used With Suicidal Intent Perry Baize Attempts to Shuffle Off This Mortal Coil Near McHenry A short time ago Perry Baize who lives near McHenry attempted to morphinefIa very quan tity of the drug he became Impatient and shot himself just blow the heart with a 32 callbsr pistol Passing very near the heart the ball imbedded Itself in the muscles of the back It was removed by Dr Smith and the patient is on the road to recovery ti It is rumored that Baize made a confession when he thought he was dying which cleared up a dark page in the history of his community- A love affair is said to be the cause of his desire to quit the realities of this world for the delightful uncer tainties of another MANY APPLICANTS The Common School Graduation Examination Largely Attended At the examination for common school graduation last Friday and Saturday the following obtained the requisite grades and were passed here at Hartford viz O E Allen Claud Shultz Mary Bell Burnett Berry Taylor Harry Bennett Ver die Wright John R Shultz Annie Daniel Flora Geary O L Shultz Chat Wilnon Adrian Sandifujr Law rence Geary Elvis Magan J T Hog A land Oscar Stewart W C Overhults and Lillie Patterson There were twentytwo applicants at the Fordsville examination and seven at Beaver Dam but the grading of their papers is not yet complete- At the Cromwell examination Clarence Jones A V Leach Earl Smith and J F Miller received suffi cient grades and were passed It la the purpose ot the Superin tendent to hold commencement exercises for this class of graduates at the Institute This is more than a threefold Rain over the member who passed examination last year and it tells plainly of the healthy public school sentiment in the county rCt In Memory- Of little Estill Yewell Park who departed this life May the 4th age six months seven days There was sorrow in the faces of papa and mam ma as they bent over the little bed for they knew that darling Estill Yewel was drifting away from them and as they tried in vain to keep him or to alleviate his last brief sickness they too experienced In the bitter hour of parting the pangs of death they only hoped he did not suffer now The rOles turned to lilacs on his cheeks the lovely eyes saw them not the breath on the pale lips came and went fluttered and seemed loath to leave its sweet prison Those who loved him better than life could not lift a hand to avert the destroyer they could only watch and wait until the end came No more smiles and kisses for little ClydeDearest nephew thou hast left us And thy loss we deeply feel But tis God who hast bereft us He alone our sorrows can heal Dear mother how youll miss him Now on earth can never tell While youll never more see him i Remember he has gone to heaven to dwell Weep not for hjm dear papa He has just gone no before To wait the resurrection morn And meet you upon the other shore Clyde no more youll see dear brother throughout your daily life oh how youll miss bin in your play with your toys andidaUj strife 1Or lie is singing arennd rtetArwiei He lute i only gone oniibtiKe Ht8 tufel1 voice can only saj ppt ffflrama raid brother weep no More Amrr IDA A WORTH CAUSE Students of Prof Alexander- to Present Him With a Home Organization Effected and For mer Pupils Will be Asked to Contribute At a meeting of the former students of Prof Wayland Alexander held at the Y M C A parlors at Owensbor recently a movement was Inaugurated to purchases a home to be present to the veteran educator Many of his old student were presented and they are very enthusiastic on the subject and say that it will be successfully carried out Mr L P Loney was elected presi dent of the meeting and Prof B C Gibson secretary It was agreed that there should be an organization to be known as the Alexander Home asso ciatian the purpose of which is to interest the former students of Prof Alexander in the plan to purchase a suitable residence for him Over four thousand former students are scattered over the country and each of them is expeced to contribute to the fundAfter the organization was eflcctcd a committee composed of Rev J T Rushing SW Anderson J D Atchl ron L P Loney and McHenry Rhoads was appointed to prepare a circular explaining the movement which will be sent boardcast through the country McHenry Rhoads S W Anderson Rev J T Rushing W J Craig of Owensboro J iC Riley of Hartford Dr J R Barnes of South Carrollton and Prof vAfa Foster of Princeton N J wereelect ed members of the board of trustees to have charge of the funds collected and to purchase the home It was determined that the necessary funds should he fourth coming immediately Members of the association are al ready at work The movement is one that will enlist the support of the best citizens of Owensboro and Western Kentucky No educators in this State has pre formed a better service than Prof Alexander All of his life has been devoted to educational purpose Hundreds of men and women who have been successful in life owe their good fortun to their old instructor Prof Alexander He is noW of that age when he is not so active as he once was The plan to present him with a home to spend his declining years in is to commended and it will not fail SALEM KY May I7Mr Sam Basham near Fordsville was the guest of his brother Mr R H Basham near this place Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C V Christian of Cane Run were the guests of their daughter Mrs Minta Boyd Sunday Elder J W Bristow of Fordsville filled his regular appointment at Cane Run Saturday and Sunday Mr John Strausburgher and wife near Spring Lick were the guests of MrsStrausburghers father and moth er Mr and Mrs Saadbach Saturday and Sunday near Fried aland Rev T J Acton near Sulphur Springs gave an interesting talk at Cane Run Sunday evening after the Sunday school Mr W J Logston of Mohouse Mo is visiting her daughter Mrs Lira Ford near Frledaland Born to the wife of Mr John Wright May 9th a fine girl Mr Wm Unit near this place is on the sick list Mr John Momen of Prentis was the guest of his friends Mr and Mrs S IT Wilson Saturday night and- S ndayrMr Jesse Landrum and wife near Frledalatid pete ttie giieMta oi M- rJrk Wllsoni tfnd fdmllylast Sunday nett this plA9ei r t I tls- w1OWItta H l lO lJ i i t f I atM ICI R FROM A TRESTLE Jack Howard Fell at Fords Ville and Was Killed Sunday He Returned From an Excursion and Went in the Wrong Direction Fordsville Ky May ISJack Howard fell from the big trestle In this place Sunday morning at 2 oclock Howard went on the excur sion to Louisville Saturday and got back here on the train at 2 oclock Sunday morning Instead of going home he walked out on the track to the east oftown In crossing the tres tie he fella distance of twentytwi leet striking on his shoulder which WAS crushed He also received in juries which caused his death Howard came here from Glendeane and has been employed for several years as receiver for the Winkelbleck Lumber Company of Chicago He leaves a wife and three children He was an excellent man when sober his only fault being that he would get on occasional sprees He was proba bly under the influence of liquor at the time of the accident SETTLEMENT REACHED Between Operators and Miners in District No 23 r Central City Ky May r7A set tleMent between operators and miners of District 2 has ben practically Mtreed qpW hViViH haIn effect an acceptance of 44 per cent of last years scale of wages It is expected that there will be some wrangling yet over local conditions and the contract will not be signed before next week A strike now is altogether improbable When the exact terms of the settlement are agreed upon a meeting of the district officers will be called to sign the contract This means an other prosperous year for the district The effect of the settlement has already been felt- GENERAL n INTELLIGENCE But five bids were submitted to the State School Book Commission Tues day for furnishing books in the State and of the five only two the American Book Company and University Publishing Company were for the full list In several Instances the bids were below the price fixed by the new law May 28 was fixed as the date for County Commission to meet consider the bids and make their se lectlonThe jury for the trial of James Mc Donald charge with the murder of Miss Sarah Schaefer at Bedford Ind was completed Tuesday and the hearing of evidence began Wennesday The California Democratic Conven tion after wrangling all day over the question Tuesday night Indorsed Wil liam R Hearst for the Presidential nominationThe against William E Neal for the murder of James K Shrader was continued in the Jefferson Crimi nal Court Tuesday until the fall term the defense desiring to produce new witnesses CERALVO KY May r7Mra Laura Kimmel Paradise visited relatives here last weekMrs Emma Bell Fnlkerson has the position of clerk in Kirtleys Store at Island Ky Mr C R Richison and family have moved to Mnblenberg county RevED Boggess Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday MrvRsvcd Williams led Mill Oma Brateber were murledlait Tuesday vtsisf at the brides bomtf May Ike flower of pcacet and rprssfsrtty doom along their paUi1I tw j uY 11Y I NOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY USE OF PERUNA Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring CatarrhSpring Fever is Spring Catarrh Mia Helen Whitman 808J4 Grand Avo Milwaukee Wis wrltellIThere is nothing like Peruna for that tired feeling which gives you no ambition for work or play After a prolonged Illness about a year ago I felt unable to regain my health but four bottles of Feruna made a wonderful change and restored me to perfecthealth As long as you keep your blood in a good condition you are all right and Pcruna seems to fill the veins with pure healthful blood I thoroughly endorse it Miss Helen Whitman How to Get Strong Nerves FlraL repair the injury already done to your nerves The waytodo this la to do exactly as did Mr Hal P Denton Chief Department Publicity and Promotion of National Export Exposition He writes Toward tho latter part of August I found myself in a very much rundown condition My family physician said I had nervous prostra tion and recommended a sea voyage I gradually grew worse A kind friend whom I had known in Ohio recom mended Peruna Though skeptical I finally yielded to his advice After nsliig one bottle I was much improved and with the fifth bottle came complete recovery I am In perfect health today and owe everything to PerunaHal P Denton A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needua tonic in the SUDDEN DEATH Follows Shipment of Whisky From Owensboro Young Man atWhitesvilie Imbibed Freely and Shortly After wards Passed Away Half a gallon of Whisky was ex pressed from Owensboro to Whites yule to Patrick McBiaJy on Thurday night Friday he was a corpse at home of his uncle Mr P H Haffy The friends of the dead man say that he imbibed rather freely of the liquor on Thursday night It was about 10 oclock at night that two of his friends assisted him to his home When the doorstep was reached Mc Brady suddenly sank down The friends raised him up again but life was extinct His death had been al most instantaneous McBrady had a host of friends at Whitesvilie It id alleged that he had been drinking rather heavily of late He was a native of Ireland having been born there thirtyeight years ago He was thirteen years old when he went to Whltesville to reside with his uncle P H Haffy He is survived by two brothers and three sisters Ie FORDSVILLE KY May 17 MewrsB N MorrUon Henry Loyd J H Loyd and Rev T F Ratcllfl ofthis places are attending tht Southern Baptist con RU tion sNashyllleY1 Tenant MJ i r t Mrs ClarelceKeownrandllttlasona- respendlw this week in Htxitodl i 1 Mrs Leone Dolehan in a letter from ftio Commercial Hotel Minneapolis Minn writes Tho Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen For two months my physician experimented with me trying to cure a hard cold which settled in my stomach causing inflammation and catarrh I then made up my mind ho was simply unable to help me and reading somo of the flattering testimonials as to the value of Peruna in such cases I thought I would try it It was six weeks before I could eat a meal without unpleasant effects but I havo now been well for six months and I give all the credit to PerunaMrs Leone Dolehan- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT spring Something to brace tho nerves invigorate the brain and cleanse the blood That Peruna will do this is beyond all question Everyone who has tried it has had the same experience as Mrs D W Tlmbcrlako of Lynchburg Va who in a recent letter made use of tho following words I always take a doso of Pcruna after business hours as it is a great thing for the nerves There is no better spring tonic and I have used about all of themMrs D W TimberlakepI I Miss Lillie Nevill went to Louis I ville Saturday Mis Daisy Coppage and mother spent Sunday in the country Mrs Berta Sapp of Owensboro who has been visiting her mother Mrs Coppage of this place has returned home I Mr Ramey Acton RulphurSprings was in town SundayI oflfriendsI Mr George MedklfT and wife of I Arkansas arrived here Wednesday to be the guests of his mother I Mr Frank Whittinghill of Trisler is in town today Miss Nancy Smith is visiting at Glendean this week Simon Smith and Morris Truman went to Louisville Saturday Miss Maymee Jones left Saturday for an extensive visit to friends and relatives at Sulphur Springs and HartfordOnMlnutoCough Cure For Cough Cold and Croup MATANZAS KY I May the x8Most of farmers are getting pretty well done p aating cornMr David Igleheart has beebvery sick of neuralgia af the stomach Mr C D Smith and wife of Hartford and Alvin Rowe and wife of Centertown were thegueets of W P Render and family Sunday Mrs George Ward of Bedawas the guest off her ulster Mrs W B Igleheart last S urdayand Sunday iRoblnesn Ashby and family and JHJCnykendollall of Ceatertown attended ekurch fcejfStndlJ 1 2rLu ndai 4bWof uSA S jAl5S i Catarrh In Spring The spring is the best time to treat catarrh Nature renews herself every spring The system is rejuvenated by spring weather This renders medi cines more effective A short course of Peruna assisted by the balmy air of spring will cure old stubborn cases of catarrh that have resisted treatment for years Everybody should have a copy of Dr Hartmans latest book on catarrh Address Tho Pcruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Sallie M Rowe of Centertown are spending the wetk here visiting friends and relatives Hon A B Tichenor is attending court at Hartford this week- Rev L W Tichenor and Messrs IJ M Stearman and W F Co man MondayIin our midst Sunday IClaud Myers and wife were the familyISaturday night and Sunday atI tended church here Sunday Mr J D Bell is still quite com plaining 4 EUGENE EIDSON INSANE Former Owensjboro Man Loses His Mind in South Africa Mr E T Franks received a letter Monday from F T Osgood of Den ver Col announcing that he was in receipt ofa cablegram announcing that Eugene Eidson of Cripple Creek Col was insane in South Africa and was on his way to England The cablegram states that he is violent msaageIrevenue service under Collector Feland His home isJn the edge of McLean coun ty He left this section several years agpand went to Colorado where he work dln1thegold mitesNearlya 1 yW5fgoke w M engaged for service In tbeiAshantl gold mines in Sooth o afrlca and wafcseat out by a mining 1 H rhae 4wox brothers v f Lester liViD to this rcottaty l THE McKINLEY AND DING LEY LAWS The Existing Tariff Act the Most Successful and Scientific Tariff Law Ever- Enacted from FraiicU Cnrtl n History ol tilt HcpiiMIc un Inrty It has been the contention of Re publican leaders that the financial and Industrial depression of the years from 1893 to 1897 were due to the GormanWilson Tariff and not to the character and volume of our money Although Mr McKinley and the members of the Fltyfifch Congress received many Democratic votes which votes were given because of the Republican partys attitude on the money question yet Mr McKinley and his advisers well knew that it was the Tariff and not money that needed the first attention The con fidence in business circles which was restored at once after the election of 1896 when It was known that the Republican party would again be in power in all branches of the Gov ernment was increased as soon as a Protective measure was framed and reported and when the measure it self became a law the wisdom of its framers was seen at once in its suc cessful operation and the prosperity which it brought to the country has continued unabated so far as the in fluenced of the law itself is concerned from its enactment tlllthe publication of this work Mr McKinley was hailed during the campaign of 1896 as the Advance Agent of Prosperity The term was used triumphantly by the Republicans sneerlngly by the Democrats but the prediction was none the less true and in but a few weeks or at most a few months after the Inau gurating of the President and the enactment and operation of a Protective Tariff it was on all sides acknowl edged that Protection was better than FreeTradeAlthough the Dingley law wascom paratlvely speaking hastily prepar ed quickly debated and speedily passed yet it has been without doubt the most perfect and the most scien tific as well as the most successful Tariff law ever placed upon our sta tue books The McKinley law was under the conditions of the time a most excellent Tariff measure but before It was thoroughly tried It was severely condemned Although in spite of the condemption manifested at the polls at the Congressional elec I tions of 1890 and the Presldental and Congressional elections of 1892 be fore the act was repealed it had proved conclusively that it was a most wise measure and a successful law in all respects The Dingley law has now been In operation nearly seven years and may well stand as the best example we have ever had of Protec tive legislation Under it all sections of the country and all Industries have thrived as never before in our history Prosperity has come to all classes of people such as never was before nown in this or any other country Our farmers particularly have been benefited by the operation ol the law and not only have they paid off the mortgages which were made a spe cial issue by Democratic orators and editors a decade ago but they are now lending money to Eastern capi talists through the Western banks which have no longer have to call for money each fall to move the crops a Rheumatic Pains Relieved The prompt relief from the severe pains of sciatica and rheumatism which is afforded by Chamberlains Tarn Balm is alone worthmany times its cost Mr Willard C Vail of Poughkeepsie N Y writes I am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerves and Cham berlains Pain Balm gives relief quick er than any liniment I have ever used For sale by all druggists m Sugar From Watermelons Sugar Is being made from water melons in York countyVirglnia says an exchange The operations are simple involving little skill and only a fair amount of horse sense As rule the ripest and best melons are selected for the purpose The prime necessities are a large caldron and a slow but steady fire Before lighting the furnace the kettles is filled with fruit care being taken to save all the juice so as not to require the addition of water to star the boll Some persons use the entire melon chop ped up and some use the pulp only and others nothing but the rind A gentle fire should soon heat the con tents of the pot to the boiling point which is kept up until the syrup is produced The longer it is cooked thicker and datker will the result be It takes an enormous quantity of melons to produce even an ordinary amount of syrup and when stewed thick the ratio used is Increased Spring Aliments There is an aching and tired feel ing the liver bowels and kidneys be come sluggish and inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and a feeling that the whole body aud 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 50c at J H Williams druggist m Artichokes as Swine Food- I have found artichokes to be the most satisfactory vegetable food that I have ever grown They can be grown with very little trouble are without doubt a most healthful food We allow the pigs to dig them themselves and they haue a great relish for them I would not like to say that they prevent hog cholera but I do believe they would have a tendency to ward oQ an attack of this disease and in fact many other diseases to which pigs are subject The exercise they receive in seeking for the arti chokes is in Itself healthful for them The pigs grow rapidly when fed upon them and they have a tendency to produce lean meat I would not con sider it desirable to teed on artichokes alone but they should be fed in con junction with a moderate grain ra tion One great advantage with ar tichokes is that they can be fed in the spring of the year at a season of the year when other vegetable food is not available The winter frost does not Injure the tubers when left in the ground In a suitable soil they will give a very large crop rnnning from 600 to 1000 bushels per acre The system of cultivation I have followed is slmillar to that given potatoes planting in rows eighteen inches apart and the rows thirty inches apart The most suitable soil for their growth would be a sandy loam but I believe they will grow well on any soil RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind she L riot packet Is enough for immloerMwIoii Tlio family bottle loo ivtitH toutitltm u Hiipilv for a yenrtii sell theme S One of the most remarkable wed dings ever solemnized occurred re cently at Sargent Ky near the Virginia line when little Johnnie Adams aged barely fourteen years a boy was married to his eosin and school mate Drucilla Adams a child of eleven summers They had learned to love each other and had ma le up the match while going to school to gether Clay City Ti- mesHEALTH keephouseDraught We havo used It In the family for over two years with the but of results I have not had a dootor In the house Ie that length of time Itl adoctor In itael always ready to mare a parson Well mod happy JAMES BALL aonruio IlL Because this t medicine relieves stomachpatns frees the invigorsp ened kidneys Mo DOCTORi- s necessary hi the hpme where iskeptlsthforyeare ThodfOHeBlackDniuabt andfeverdirrhcoa constipation col ailmentbecauseliver and ki s so nearly coo healtha THEDFORDS ftUIfDRADGf AjjrsIIWhen the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You I are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine For more than 50 years I have used Ayer Sarttxrmrllli In my family It Is nproml tonic at all time and 1 wonderful medicine for 1m pure blooIIJ C HOLT Welt Haven Conn 1100 a bottle J C AVKIt CO Lowell MUM AIIlrlllYlufor Weak Nerves AycrsPills A HAPPY PEOPLE They Have no Newspapers no Money and no Laws I i London May I7The seventvstv en inhabitants ot the lonely Island of Tristan dAchuca half way Irom Cape horn to the Cape of Good Hope will not be transposed bodily to the South Africa nninUnd as was re cently contemplated This remarkable settlement is chief ly composed ot the descendants of Corporal William Gliss who begged to be allowed to remain on the Island when it was evacuated by the British some eighty years ago In a report just issued by Mr Haml mond Tooke who was sent to take the opinion of the inhabitants as to the abandonment of the Island and lts annexation to the Cape it is stated that the whole seventy seven rejected the liberal proposals of the Cape gov ernment for their settlements in that colony They feared the unfamiliar ways of life with such they would beo facedMr Tooke states that they have developed I slow and unready habits un fitting them for life in a large com munity They live an honest sober and peaceful existence free from vice of crime scoring chicanery or double I dealingThere is no money for there is i nothing to buy no newspapers for there is nothing to record no posts no shops no churches no schools no j laws The settlement has no recognized head a very man ating as he thinks I best Their intelligence is bright and their physique wonderful in spite of i interbreeding I They have ost the sense of time j anti distance and their sole anxiety I is to protect themselves from the I swarms of rats which infest theIisland They are happy Is the ers conclusion and should be left in their fortunate solution For Those Who Live on Farms Dr Bergin Pana Ill writesIII have used Ballards Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends as I am confident there is no better made It is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidentalcuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballards Snow Liniment is ap plied It should always be kept in the house for cases ofemergency 25c 50c and 8100 at Jas H Wil ilams druggist m The Hidden State Find five States such that the first letter of the first State the second letter of the second State the third letter of the third State the fourth letter of the fourth State and the fifth letter of the fifth State shall spell th name of a coast State The first State has the parallel of latitude passing through a section of it the second has the seventyseventh the third the on hundred and tenth the fourth the eightieth and the fifth the ninety fifth What are the five States and is the hidden State Those Loving Girls ClareCongratulate me dear Geurge and I are engaged MaudYes I know It- ClareUWhy how do you know r MaudeuOb I met him this morn ing and when I asked why he looked so blue he said he hadnt the heart t refuse you when you proposed las nlghf EDUCATE A WIFE In Business and Household Duties HomeIII am strongly of the opinion that woman deed to be taught their business We have heard with a persistent reiteration that home is a womans place I believe it with all my heart but the business of the house is the last thing that she is usually taught What does it involve First some sort of knowledge ofI commercial life the power of buying and selling of keeping accurate and orderly accounts of understanding j how to govern and superintend ser I vants and much superintendence can never be undertaken save by one who nndeistands what her work should be and how it should be done In these times when it Is difficult in England and in America to acquire good servants this seems to me to be essentially the business of the woman who makes her home her first care Again there is another very impor taut side to the business ofa womans lite and that is the art of wholesome appetizing cookery I suppose we have in mind whenever we think of this subject many instances of home that have ben practically turned on account of the utter cnrelessnts which woman show for this special department of the homekeeperMen chit ir u suffer the household suffers and it is generally mainly due to the fact that when a girl marries she has not the remotest idea how an omelet is made or a cutlet cookedA dainties turned out of a chaf ug dash worm prcbibly her entire knowledge of the culinary art and in consequence of this great omission in womens eduction both in England and in America the custom is obI raining of living in a hotel instead of making a home l From every point of view I deprs cats the habit I grieve to see all this country the Immense palace hotels opening everywhere I think it sets a wrong standard of existence I Five I cut from Lion Coffee you to the reg free one vote in destroys the idea of and refinement engenders the belief that soft carpets and marble halls braying bands and French cooking coot n hun or her tired tastes are part of the necessary pleasures of existence The fabric upon which such H con cept is built is ethically wrong The greatest charm that can exist in any house is the sense of quiet of reline men t of indhidualtyof personal tochu which can I1h he found in a vell ordered wdlruitl1ilillt acts Insn aged house- i So far the business of woman has yet to be taught to her and I think I know nothing more engaging than the pretty refined well dressed housewife who is not ashamed to own that many the dainties on her table- have been cooked with her own hands for those are the women who hold the affections ot their husband and their children not because they can pro duce that which ministers to their comfort but rather because such a woman becomes the pivot upon which the whole household turns to whom all go with their wants their difficulties or their problems One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Believes in Witches The Bowling Green gives this account of a in oldest person in the State pos sibly in the world today Is Rena Hatcher an old colored woman out on the county farm in Hart county She was born in July 176 in Green county near Jonesboro Ky She remembers Henry Clay to whom she claims to have cooked many a meal and all the of that day and time She Is 128 years of age in good health can walk from place to place on the farm has full of her faculties hearing and seeing all that goes on around her and en joying life with a most zest She is possessed of all the and fallacies of her race believing witches and knowing that she is the victim of other old ladies in the poor house whose Incar nations are now affecting her the thus in estimates In Woolson Com Ohio on or before June prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to nearest ptcetc as 1 First 1 Second 2 SGOOOO each 100000 20O 1 GOO I MUTILATED BODY iOf a is FoundVof Parents lame I New York May 16 Wrapped In rugs the body of Josephine McCahill whn front her home May 2 and who it hind been thought was iI ii4raped was found this evening the chimney of the building where her parents live tier had created great excitement in the conI general had been the interest ISOvarious wellknown men had of to subscribe a to be offered ad a reward or us n ransom if it should be discovered that she was kidnappedPlans been made to hold a mass meeting in Ferrace Hall to urge the s necessity for some rangements to proscute the search for the missing girl The b uiywas lodged near the top t of the chimney and it was necessary to tear away some of the masonry to release It It Is thought that the body which was badly mutilated was placed there within n day or two So great was the crowd that gath erect about the house when the news i of the grewsotne spread that reserves trout the East I04th Street Police Station were hurried to the scene a patrol wagon to preserve order I Dyspepsia DlfjecU what you at- t Doosnt Rospoct Old Ago i Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr I Kings New Pills They cut maladies no platter how severe andi oldi age Jaundice Fever Constipation all I yield to this perfect Pill 25c at h Wayne it Bros drug store i Hartford Ky m i5 000oCash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to he more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the cut from the packages be good as for valuable premiums we have always given our customers but oln Addition to the Regular Free Premiums willIwomen can as many as GREAT CONTESTS TotalVote4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting In addition to this amount we will give a Grand ESrel Pvof 5 Hflf 00to the one who is correct on both g a aud your estimates have two winnlD a bl cash prize LionHeads Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle addition ular premiums Ito contest simplicity expensive of TimesJournal poorhouse mateThe notables possession surprising superstitions In WORLDS FAIR CONTEST LouiseFor nearest correct received Spice panyi office Toledo 30th 1904 we will first the hnext follows Prizeooo00Prlzoi loooooeloooooCOPrizes 1000 2COOOO Prizes 600 000000 12000000t Missing Child Chimney lisnpptiued In disnppeninncc neighborhood fund ratlsfactory ar find in Kodol Cure Life oil irrespective of Dyspepsia Griflin LionHeads heretofore TWO nearest Opportunities Ivoteevery Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp I covers the expense of our acknowledgment to ItlmateIPRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cut for President votes Ia1900electionrect estimates received In Woolson Spice Cos ofllce Toledo 0 correctOOi1000006 Prizes 20000 10000010 Prizes 0000 100000 100000GOQBOOOOIQOO2139 PRIZES TOTAL 2000000 4279PRIZES4X79Distributed 6000to Oroolr Clerks see particulars In LION COFFEE oas making I grand total of 5000000t COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF TOLEDO OHIO t 1 TRIBUNE TO ROOSEVELT The Democratic Cincinnati En quire Places Him Foremost Among Americans of Great Achievement The modern genius of politics find Its greatest cxumplar in the Utpnb llcan arty at Irast in Throdou Roostvelt Who can deny it on the record of thinyn actually door Where is time a longer tine of achievement for nny American ul thi age ol totty five ytnrs Kvcry houi of his mature tits has bristled with combat und incident II in path lint M been rugged but has been preservinp His has been n fight for new ideal and new metthodp In spite ol hitter criticism ol him nt n public admiirstrator and a soldier the true history il the war with Spain cannot hi written without making Col Theodore Rvisjivelt oni or the most conspicuous and diihhtng Amei leans engaged in the Lila hut nutnor able encounter n short and shatj claHh ol arms which has t1 to nn nl most second levoUttion in our syMern t When he reinrn d troiu the war and r was ropfil lor Governor of New York the wi w men sold it would never do It win proposed to stunt him wide PS nn rtratic and Imprcll cal person who lal been allowed tt run as lar us it was tale to lit him go in the facta But he wa nominated of the protest of the men who had ridden the New York people with the power ol the machine fit long that theywete proudly confi dent that they could not be disturbed Then came the shiver ol remonstianct that such a mu n could not be elected bnl again he overrode precedent and landed gallantly in tee executive establish ment at Albany And he was tin real Governor ol the Stateso tea kkthat the men who wanted to run tht Governor themselves in practict though not in name could only keel him from getting a ncond trim b inducing the national convention to nomlnmte him tot vice President ol the United Stars on the tit ket will William McKinley There was the crucial turning point in the career ul a neap ui destiny After serving three years as Ireident he Plants ns the undisputed lender ol his part There has not bten an important line of policy on which Congress 1as had the hardihood t cross him There has not been an executive net however extreme or A I unprecendented llnst which the leg islative branch of the government has raised its protest Men whose WOP has been law for Presidents ns ellI conventiorsar defrrentiie to the man theyused to smile at as an adventurer and a htzard in public life Five Presidents have died in t lice Five accidental Presidents havt been ambitions to be elected Mr Roostvelt is the only one tocommand under such circumstances the nomi nation of his puny For six months or longer he has been sure of it by acclamation This is more than e chapter in a mans life It ill a volume of the historyof thecountry It l t breaks the record of the republic I sets a pace at which the sages and ctr vants of politics had becomeconvmced no roan would ever travel A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg ol J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctord and remedies for four years Thou Bucklers Ar pica Salvo cured Its just as good for Burns ScaldSkin Eruptions and Piles 25c at L Wayne Griffin tic eA STBroe drugstore m Old Kentucky Home at Worlds Fair A replicn ol the room in which M- Old Kentucky Home was written more than fifty years ago WI s opened to the public today in the New Kentucky Home the State building of the Bluegrass The room ia more than a reproduction for it contains exact furnishings and the very rieyk t CATARRHIn Nasal should bo clcinUneii Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heat tho diseased membrane It cares catarrh and drlvca quickly away a cold In the head Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils iprsads over tho membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Im medlato and a euro follows It la not dryingdoes not product sneezing Largo Size 60 cents at Drug Stets or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mall ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York A h- h t upon which the immortal song WRS produced The song was written bj Stephen Collins Foster and he occu pied a room in the house of Judg John Rowan of Bardstown The high post bed and old fashioned chairs dressing table and desk have been loaned to the Kentucky Com mission and n room on the first floor of the building has leer furnished exactlyas the room in the Rownr mansion President D vld R Francis being a native of Kentucky will be the firM I person to register in the elaborate book prepaired for the use of tLe Kentucky hUll ling by Union No International Brotherhood of BookI hinders of Louisville which been received at Kentucky building This register requires n special table I Each page is adorned with n picture of the New Kentucky Home The Devils Workshop loulHVlllf llumlil Indleness has ben well tarried tin Devils workshop That work shop to the grave danger of society is constantly crowded It is to all oh + en ers a matter of surprise that even in the times of greatest business activity and most ex acting industrial demands there should he so many ablebodied young men seen about own doing nothing apl menU but spending other peoples money The spectacle is familiar to everyone How does A live Where does B get money How can C afiord to hess so well doing nothing appar ently to tarn good clothes or the good time generally he appears tu enjoy Questions such as these are everyday put to remain unanswered The army ol the unemployed stylish young men meantime keeps on Increasing while crime sufleis no decrease To this army belonged the three unlottunateyoting men recently execu ed in Chicaco All young none having much uur than attained majority they belonged to respectable Ittinilies The hull the benefit o H good common school education but becomes at a comparatively tender aye hoodlums and Uaftrs Their 1111111 stored with the most infamous literature were burdened to all elevat ing influences To gratify wked propensities money they heal to have But money the reward of labor they dtcl red utterly beneath such made pendent spirits They would play the highwayman and thus keep their pulses replenished They assaulted and robl d murdered and plundered several persons without the slightest suspicton attaching to them Em boldened by success they next attack ed a car barn or station of the Chicago City Railway capturing 2000 and more in cash They killed two men in the car bun ns alt and between July 9 and December 1193 murdered au far as known eight men- The law at List cut short their terrible careers But there are in posse hundreds of such youths scattered over the and They do nothing hone orable for a livelyhood They read nothing improving or uplifting Their associations are depraved and debasing Money they must get to indulge their passions They wont work for it Other peoples money they consider a soil of legitimate prey for gentlemen of their school They embezzle steal rob and plunder as opportunity offers They will come to some such end as the Chica go car barn robbers but their num bers show no signs of diminution The closing of the devils work shop by a combination of all the sane and sound elements of society would put many if not all these moral monsters out of business Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says Y H Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I presented her with a bottle 6f Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain reliever site had ever tried in fact she is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by all druggists m Humor of the Day Puck Whatever are you children do- Ing lOb weve found pas false teeth andwere trying to fit them to the bdby cause he hasnt got any The Deadly Trail Of disease is often the trail marked by investlgltion ing those of influenza consumption and a clozen other varieties gathered in the trail of n womans dress The microbe is everywhere but its prey arc the weak nUll feeble whose blood is poor and digestion weak Dr tierces Iden Medical Discov y cures diseases of the organsdigestion d purifies the blood It strengthens the 31 body by increased nutrition to resist or throw off dis f myutanke case Discoverylins Dr Pierces Golden writs N Chtn- UyofCkvelainlCiiy nliopn win troulliil fur over n yeat with what tin doctor pro nounccd lmlljisti ti J hall nervous headache an unpleasant tnste in mouth the morning- anil my Mood was very I tried different medicines but to no avail intents insisted on my taking Or licrce Golden Medicol Ocry I did no mn now on the fourth bottle and feel stronger than I have for ten VCIlU I cannot speak too highly in its favor Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets are easy and pleasant to take A most k effective laxa Theydo get the pill L habit NEWSY PARAGRAPHS Interesting Bits of News and In formation from All Over the World CorA tan almost grpssy land A woman five feet two Inchei high shout weigh12o pounds American selt acting couplers nr to be used on Bavarian railways Hafof those who attend church services in Boston are C + tholic Japan has 5015 nIles of railroad America has furnished them 300 lo comntlvcp The bubonic plngue which always exists in India has become epidemic and Is now destroying 40000 persons a week A gallon of water a day is drunk bj every Japanese who participates as nearly all lo the gymnastics known as Jiu jitsu- Wirtles telegraphy is in successful use between Port Limon Costa Rica and Bocts del Taro Panama A sta Lion will now be e tabllshed at Colon More rice is now grown on the stril of coast from New Orleans to GolVw ton than in the Carolinas Florid Alabama and Mississippi cowl ned It being possible ti ttlgaraph ann telephone over the same line make the combining of telephone and telegraph companies probable The leading iron ore State are Minnesota with an output of 15000001 tons Michigan with 11000000 an Alabama with 3 500000 ton The per cpita consumption of net in the United States was three pound in 1900 is five pounds now and the Agricultural Department says that it will go to forty- Measured by fighting strength in stead of by tonnage our navy is now really more formidable than that 01 Germany or France and therefore ranks next to England The Southern Oil Company in 193 supplied 84 per cent of the domestic demand for k rose ne and 9 t per cent of the export demand r The difference between torpedo boats and torpedo boat destroyers in one of size only Ifover 300 tons n veH rl U noted H destroyer Torpedo boats are usually lesi than 2 JO tons An Open Letter From the Chaplin S C New Early in the spring tuy wife and 1 were taken with diarrhoea and eo se vere were the pains that we called a physician who prescribed for umt his medicines failed to give any re lief A friend who had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effects I procured a bottle and betore using the entire contents we were entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every household H C Bailey Editor This remedy is for sale by all druggists in The Outlook for Poultry- So far this has been a very favor able season for raising chickens d for what we can learn eggs have he f n hatching unusually wvll s eta with- Y t i ordinary luck well there should be a large product for this fall In view of the large hatches and favorable weather with proper cue breeders I ought to bo able to have n much larger per cent of good birds fr the show room and with which to htock the breeding yards for next SUHSOH For the pest few years extrn god birds have been unable to meet the demand but we do not look tar imy scarcity fall d whtn thethis it row Ma son opens we expect to hear of larger and better shows than for many yas part But this wiil depend lnr 1am the care the birds receive wont ntv tin until thy are fully developed The must have pn pr care and attention at all times nnl tnutb kept griwing front thvh1y start A chickct tint becomes stnnttil will never hs of any value either as a show bride ir breed er A Visible Object- A testy DIO entkmen tuned to lay ovtr HII hour in Dull Town WItH curs lug his latf whn a mild mannered citizen tulle into the station And efsayrd conversation liking the mat labels in the VK itors bag as n binder he said- Youve traveled ab ut quite a bit- Ever Yes see a Ii jug Many a ne Every seen H Chines Thousands ol thnn Ever Sten a Jap Yes Ever seen a Jew Yes D Ever see a The testy gentleman could stand it no longer mid rising to hi full height chonttrd in stentorian tone Did you ever see H foo The imldiiiiuinrred cmztns let hi mild blue ryes rest on the iiae travel er H moment then in a sweet low voice retailer Ye= I hev Not a Sick Day Sinc- eII taken severely sickwith kidney trouble I triedall forts of medicines none tfwhich relieved me One day I ww an allofyour Electric Bitters and determined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have nut seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been curedt f Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B P Boss of Fremont NCwrites Only 50c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists ID Court Session on a Train In England where the Judges wear wis and robes unconventional leiral procrelinu ire not exprcted but the p pi r tcil ul Cjunty CmiU being held on a tuir Ara4r bf rj Sir loialioLnyl a Count Judgtun finishedwirer he hid to catch a Ir tin to Che 1 It was dtci led ti ton tiriUB thr ciis or the train V firat class Cartage urns secure a I af though it WHS not its rttd the u bj al WitS not riistnM i bv wnv t r ip pint tray eratu trDe j at in the cut vr alt lie dian ci t Chester WAo cut i q14tit Ill one htrty4 I k tie tiroot vn molds 1i ih r I nII he reinin tt g MVf BONE TOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Little doses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood Send for free sample SCOTT dt BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New York Soc and groo all druggists ry FIRST STEAMBOAT ON OHIO Created Consternation Among the People of Louis ville In 1811 IThe first steamboat that everJ the waters of the Ohio was the New Orleans built by Robert Fuiton In Octtbsr n this boat left Pitts burg arriving at Louisville four daysI later on a quiet moonlight nlgbtI when nil the inhabitants were asleep Thep had not heard even a rumor of such a thing as a steamboat so when the hissing and blowing off ofi steam and the lulling of the engine as the boat rounded to broke the stilli ness of the night pandemonium resigned for awhiie among the excited people Some thought the world had come to nn end or an earthquake hal visited them while others thought H comet had fallen into the Ohio and was making its revolution down its waters They fried horn their houses clad in their night robesand lined the banks of the river gazing in awe at this wonderful invention of man All along the banks of the river fmm Pittsburg to Louisville the settlers were greatly alarmed and watched with terror the rapid progress the beat made over the water and trembled at the terrible noise A little over a month after this event Kentucky was visited by fear ful earthquake shocks which threat coed to destroy Louisville and other towns These vibrations continued at intervals for over four months which ceuFed great uneasiness throughout the State This was no steamboat scare and the inhabitants hid just cause for the suspension of busln sa while uncontrollable fear had posse scion of them Then Silence Reigned William Rtdmond M P once arose to speak in the House of Com mores according to the Boston Even ing Record and there came a ques- tIOn hurled at him from the right ide of the house Will you vote for this bill if it conies up Mr Redmond looked from one side of the house to the other and slowly answeredI Immediately the right side of the house burst into a storm of applause But Mr Redmond continued as soon as he could be heard a not Then the storm came from the left side and as soon as it subsided for a moment he completed what he start ed scswer that queition And perfect silence reigned on both dirIn April 18178 grand dinner was given in honor of Capt Shaver for making a voyage on the steamer Washington from Louisville to New Orleans and back in fortyfive days This was considered the most wonderful and quickest trip in navi gation on record Thus a road from tkis State was opened to the South connecting it with the world at large There was one other way in which to reach the south and that was through the wilderness A road was male from Louisville to Nashville over which wagon traffic went from one city to the other The drivers would camp in the wildernes a vr night and resume their journey in the morning but this ws very dangerous traveling lor the Indians were very numrous and frequently at tucked the parties- Revolutionary Relics Being De stroyed The Bentdlt ArncU house A RV olutiocnry War landmark at New Haven is being torn down The front doors and some of the colonial windows have been given to the New Haven Colony Historic + l Society for preservation For many years the old house where Gen Arnold lived an apothecary brfoe the war has been the center ot several store yards Its interior has been a warehouse Girlish truck Spilrig exclaimed the young girl rapturously What a relief it U ater being cooped up all winter with nothing to do but drink smoke gamble and violate old propertied day after day to get out with ones auto mobile and kill mebody AI She boy stood on th burning deck And sadly murmured he I spose Ill nH t in the neck From a board ol trquiry WeaK 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 the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Itomlcbtroublewith It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four taonthj and It cured me Kodol Digests 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inspirit a ot rivalry to the yellow journal of William R Haersl i IT is reported that Democrats are hanging Democrats in effigy in Wood lord county Cant till the brethren dwell together in unity i MR GEORGE B CORTKLYOU Sec rotary of the Department ot Com merce anti Labor will likely he chosen j as Chairman of the National Republican Committee made vacant byI the death of Senator Hanna TIm Democrats are offering to the country a mysterious political sphinx a great question mark an im penetrable incomprehensible incommunica ble mute on a concoction of off band axioms and pale pink platitudes How infinite is the distance between this extreme and the Chicago plat form with its peerless talker TILE Kentucky Press Association will hold its business session of this season ot Louisville Monday June 13 after the busiueai meeting the editors will go en masse over the Henderson Rout railroad to St Louis arriving there in time to take part in the dedication of the Ken tucky building TuoN 15 On fseemed contemporary the I Herald is beginning to fiirt with rep resentatives of the dashing Willie Randolph Hearst in such a manner as t indicate that thA thorn has touched its heart and the wayIt camIpaigllproof that the accusation is true It says Jo was here and honored it with I a call and that he carried Hearst literaItureankle Whether our coquettish contemporary has really accepted the I New Yorkers feigned love or not its columns Wednesday indicated that it had been fondled THE MACHINE VS YOUNG Chairman Allie Young ot the State Democratic Committee in a re cent interview in response to a quea tlon as to whether he would preside during tbe organization of the com ing Democratic pow wow at Louia ville and what would bo his action in the event the maehinn attempted to aupercede him and who he was Sup porting for President said I Certainly Ill call that convention to order as is my right and privilege I do not intend to vacate No man or set of men can make me do it 1 am not for bolters or reorganizersI Judge Young eeema ic in his determination to give the machine politicians a tight He de i re rna ale ekhcm W tttnoa Grainger IU + nn np aiia jjtxi rrjrp i1 r rx a Ii ri it mI in Pt t tnt eren w + i menus L MI 1111U- e JfJi lit tui ndlrlllet m 1111 I L Y- L It I h f tif 1p I t tc1tr I State Convention who are entitled tin- deri the party law to seats in the Con veution are permitted to assist its organization If you will read just a few words between the lines in Judee Youngs interview it will be perfectly apparent that delegates who nre for Hearst will according to his con struction ot the party low he the ones j who are entitled to seats His for tutu record if reviewed would showII that there are reasonable i believing that this firm rind iinniistak able stand for Heart and against the machine will precipitate another ButIselves the less will bp their ability to hurt the Republicans rSMALLHOUS KY Mr and Mrs Jim Hendrix Echols attended church at Equality Sun day and took dinner with Mr M P Maddox and family Miss Alice Fulkerson returned Mr an acfcompanied by Miss Ollie Reid and Messrs Callus Payne and Jim Howes ton Rockport church at Equality Rev Boggess filled his appointment at Equality Sunday Messrs R D Hunter and Harry Everly went to Rockport Sunday Messers Clarence Overhuls and Berry Taylor went to Harttord Thurs day anti returned Sunday Messrs William Addington and W C Overhuls went to Hartford Monday Mr and Mrs Ray Addington Kr leys Landing were the guest 101 Mr and Mrs Zack Reid Sunday Misses Eulah Withrow and Oma Maddox and Messrs Bill Addington and Lewis Fulkerson attended church at Ceralvo Sunday evening Miss Beulah Reid returned Sunday rain a weeks visit to hir sister Mrs fiat Adrtingtor Mrs T K Barnard and little daughters Mary and Ethel Li verrnore Ky are the west of her parents Mr anl Mrs Sam Morton Mr and Mrs Cak Ijjhhefrt and little daughters Roxy and Ruby were in our midst Sunday- M ss Ethel Hunter was the guest ol Misses Fannie Davis and Cora Kimbley Monday and Tuesday MrF lennie Ba Is and chidren were the guest ot Mr Bud Bullock near South Carrolton last Thursday ROCKPORT KY M It y ISMr Judon Rowe Rerder was in town Saturday and Sur ray visiting Geo DL Maddox James Lacefitld waa in town Iuisday Judge Geo M Maddox and Mar sl al Geo Tilord went to Hartford Monday on business Mr Geo Deeter went to Owensboro Monday iMIls Mary Bnnett visited her lather at Pond Run this week Mr Claude Chisenhall of Mc Henry visited friends here this weekMis + Alice Fulktrson has returned to her home at Smallhous after a weeks visit with her uncle S L Fulkerson of this place Mr and Mrs Alex Calrnts of Drakesboro Ky are visiting rela tives here Mesars Boyd Dexter and Ernie Morton of Centertown were in town SundayMr Robt Pollock of McHenry visited here Monday W P Her went to Evansville Sunday Thomas Brown and Elbert Hunley Paradise were in town Sunday Misses Madnlene Fulkerson and Maybelle Maddox lilted in Center town Sunday Mr Walter Browning who has beta ick for the past month is able to be- upagainMiss Sullivan of Sulllvana Landing visited her sister Mrs John Jackson here this week Mrs Peter Cairnes will leave for P ducah the last of the week James Garrett Nelson Creek wasjin Itlwn Wednesday Reid went to Paradise Sunday Chas McClure LeltchQeld come down Sunday Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales Cattle best quality 4 60 to 4 8o- Hogsbest quality 4 85 Choice light shippers 470 i Sheep and Lambs rExtra shppinp sherp 4 no to 425 Extra spring iantbN 6on to 6 51 A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY Of J S R Wedding Written by a Friend of his Boyhood I Col J S R Wedding wnoseieHl I mourn mil whose life I shall brut fly sketch was born Match 12 1864 near Bairtts Ferry in thin county He was a soi of Robert and Mary Hale Wcddintr and the youngest ol a lain Illy of nine children His mother diet in his infincy and at thirteen he was thrown upon his own r sour worldeBy industrious tff ut he prepared himself for and began teaching school ttt the earl age of seventeen His first school was taught near his od Motor His fidelity to his friendsa marked characteristic throughout hi- shIeIs fitly illustr + ted by an Incident connected with his first school He kept a record of the first trustees who favored him with employment and withdobedience and requested that this record should be at his death placed in his casket which was faithfully done Now will net those whose names he so lovingly embraces in dtath drop a flower on hs grave in the beautiful Oakwood cemetery I would if I were they At twentytwo theyoung man went to Hartfc rJ to study law and read in the office of C M Pendkton A few months later he was admitted to the Hartford bar Hon H D McHenry as special Judge signing his license to practice law Mr Wedding be came at once a prominent factor in the socal and political alleles in his county and Sate In 1891 Mr Wed ding is Chairman of the Republican Executive Committee of Ohio county won from the Democrats the first dis tinctively Republican victory elect ing Morton County Judge and Rogers Superintendent of Schools which opened the way to a complete Repub lican victory three years later About this time Ctl Weeding went brforc the Ohio Fiscal court to interest its members IM building an iron bridge arrest Rough river at Batrctls Ferry near his old home an effort in which he wts successruland lor which he received the gratitude ol the peep e of this part of the county Mr Weddings commanding per sonal appearance and splendid ability us an orate r early brought him in to prominence as a stump sptaker He spi ki for the Republican party in many towns and cities in the Com monwealth and was several times pitted aainst exGcv Buikner in joint debate On one occasion the old warrior pMd a splendid tribute to his young antagonists ability and deportment In 1892 Col Wedding was VicePresidet t ot the State Convention which RepublicanI isville In the same year dorsed by several counties in his district HS a candidate for Congress In that year also he organizd the first McKinley club at Taylor Mines in the United States He organizrd clubs at various other points and stumped the greater part of the State for the natioral ticket that year December 21 1893 Col Wedding married Mist Lucy B Townsend ot Hartford Miss Townsend was a daughter of the 1 ite Judge J C Town send and a lady of rare taste culture and intelligence fitted to share with her husband the sublimer as wells the ordinary affairs of lice In 1896 Col Wedding wasnomjna ted an elector on the Republican tick et for the Fourth Congressional dla trict He stumped the district for McKinley and Hobart nrnt was elected being the first Republican okh1a district to sit In a Kentucky electoral collage As a member from the Stnteatlarge on the committee on revolution in the Louisville convey tinnbe helped to write the gold stand uni platform of that year Col Wed ding was prominently mentioned by the Slate papers in 1899 and again in 19 vj us a suitable candidate for the Re publican nomination for Lieut Gov ernor but being a person ofexalted no lions of personal dignity and possess fag a very sensitive nature he had al ready tired of the indignities to which an aspirant for political honors must submit and had determined to devote his whole time to the practice of his profession as a lawyer However in 1899 he accepted at the hands of Gov Bradley a position on the State Beard of Equalization Gov Bradley had been an intimate friend ot Col Wed dings and was always a guest of Colonel and Mrs Wedding when he visited Hartford Mr Weddings health had been fail w That Tired Feeling Is a Common Spring Troublo Its a sign that tho blood is deficient in vitality just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that tho blood is impureIts too which only the hazardous fail to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove it give new life new cour age strength midi animation They cleanse tho blood and clear the complexionAccept substitute I felt tired all the tlmo and could not elccp After taking Hoods Sarsnparllli a while I could sleep well and tho tired feeling had gone This great medicine has also cured mo of scrofula bins C M Boor Gilead Conn Hoods Sarsaparllla promise to curo and keeps tho promise 0 ing since 1899 and in October of last year he suffered an attack ot typhoid lever front which he never fully recovered though he was at his office for a short time afterward and in April 1904 his life nobly spent peacefully closed His funeral was elcquently preach ed by Rtv J H Burnett ot the Baptist church of which he had been for several ytars a consistent member His remains were laid by kind ly hands to rest in Oakwood ceme teryI confess that I stand apalled be tore that mysterious decree of fate that called to its end a life so nobly begun and so young as his Why should time be called upon a life faith lul alike to his friends his country and his God err it had passed the middle watcb What purpose was served by calling from lifes stage an actir who hal only begun his nolle part If a victim must lave been Immolated to death could no less lofty soul have been accepted l The last day only can answer these Brilliant orator splendid lawyer consistent Christian loyal friend devoted husband he rests in peace J H T Dr Stewart to Miss Pirtle At 1245 oclock yesterday at the home of the bride Mr F W Pirtle Dr Dee Stewart was united in mar riage to Miss Mattie Pirtle Quite a number of relatives and friends Witnessed the joining ot the loving hearts for life Rev W T Millers spoke the words that made them one1 They lelt immediately lor St Louis I where they will spend several daIattending the Louisiana Purchase postionThe bride is the youngest daughter ot Mr F W Pirtle and a sister to Dr J R Prtle here She has been active ly engaged in teaching in the public schools of the county for several years in which capacity she has been eminently successfully Dr Stewart is the son of Mr V M Stewart of Beda and has by effort and diligence acquired the qualification that fitly makes him one of the leading physicians of the county May the richest blessings attend this noble couple through lifes journey is the the wish of TUB REPUBLICAN RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 3 cent pack tls enoughfor uiualoccaiUona Thu family bottln 190 eentet contains unnpply tor a year All draggtau 8ell them s Common Law Docket Fourth dayPoASwain vi Ulys BsWhalen Filth dayLelia R DC Haven vs Jeff Board Sadie Hendrix Vi the town of Hartford JeS Board vd Maiachnietts Mutal Life Insnr ance Company Sixth day Amon Dexter vs C G Kimbley Seventh dayElizabeth Jolly va I C R R Floy Murphy va L C R R Mary Murphy va I C R R- TenthdaypalistineCootsvs A B Westerfield G H Sorrols c va K V Williams Carste Abner va F 0 Coflman R T Taylor Jr va I C R R Co- Eleventh dayDr J E Barnhill vs Ohio county Dr F B Dewitt vs Ohio county D B Ewen vs I C R R Co Ohio Co Bank vs W A Roocker c Twelfth day J 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pleasant call while in town Tuesday For Iresh Crackers go to City Res taurant J T Davis Sulphur Sprin called to see us wlul In town Monday Gents furnishing goods a specialty r b at ECONOMY STOKK J 11 Scott Prentis called to see us while In town Monday Get your Meals at the City Restau rant Everything first clllss John Blair buford called to see us while in town Tuesday Watt Taylor and L II Condit Ma tanzas were pleasant callers Tuesday Nicest lines ol Fruits Candies Casts c in Hartford at City Restaurant Misi Evelyn Ford Fordsvllle vis Ited in Hartford the first of the week Hartford Mill Co has all kinds oj Doors Windows and Mouldings at prices U G M Maddox Rockport was a pleasant caller while In town Monday H II Davis Centertown made us a pleasant call while in town Mon dayA complete line of Hamilton Brown ladles and gents Slippers just reo I celved SAM BACH Herbert Stanley Braver Dam has accepted H position with Marvin Bean here Get your Meals and Lunches dur ing court at City Restaurant Every good to eat 1S T Brown Centertown made while in townus a pleasant call Monday Order your Meals at City Rtstaur I ant during Circuit court and get f what you want T F Johnson Sulphur Springs j was a pleasant caller while in town Tuesday ltNice line Linen Suits 2 50 at BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render I Ky D J Rhoads Beaver Dam made us a very pleasant call while In town Wednesday Bring your Wool to the Economy Store MRS SAKAU COLLIM SMITH When you need a plow come to Jo THE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Mrs Henry Fields and Mrs J F 1 q Vickers returned Monday from a Sew days visit In Owensboro One hundred dollars to be given away In Crystal Presscut Glassware Call for coupons ECONOMY STORE See our new Spring Shoes and Slipper All latest stylesECONOMY STORE N C Daniel Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller at THE REPUBLICAN office while in town Wednesday When in need of a new Suit of a IClothes dont fail to see our line find the nicest styleE- CONOMY STORE See our Special Trimmed Hats for ladies misses and children Prices 100 150 and 200ECONOMY STORE I am making drilling a specialty Wells drilled and cased Plenty of water guaianteed For further in formation call on W E NEWBOLT c4t Hmtford Ky t A Fairs are paying the best prices for wool Bring it to them K V Wilson Prentis was a caller Monday The new style iu Millinery are always found at Fairs Bring us your Hams Wool and Eggs Prices the best at Fairs Another shipment of new Belts and Stock Collars at Fairs Charley Johnston Roslne called to see us while in town yesterday C K Render Centertown called to see us whle in town yesterday No baits or premiums hut rock bottom cash prices at Fairs City Restaurant wants your trade We strive to please Fairs sell the Millinery and theI ladles do their advertising Best lineof ShnesCourtneyatI TilE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Kyj Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas called to see us while in town Mon day Ve have every thing new in thin Drts + Goods for hot weather use at thin prices CARSON COI Fairs Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths Window Shades and Lace Curtains are the cheapest in town We have nt of thin Coats a011i Pants at thin prices for hot weather CARSON Co II you dont think I am selling out at reduced prices just come and see R T ILER Hartford Ky We want to sell you Flooring Ceil ing and Varandas for your house HAKTPORD MILT Co Ladles who want Readymade Skirts should visit Fairs Their prices are i to f2 under creditselling house FOR SAlETwo cows with young calves Gall on Thad Barnard near Sandet furs crossing three miles east of Beaver Dam 44t4 f aHighest market price for Poultry and Egus THE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky The Hartford Mill Company is pre pared to furnish all kinds of lumber and building supplie at its plant here Dis Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner up stalls Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf N W Skaggs chief machinist for the Hartford Mill Co has moved InI to a new house recently erected by JIC Riley Ha formerly lived at Dun dee You must bring your Corn Pith not later than the last day of Mayas the factory refuses to buy of us after June i CARSON Co Mrs R R Wedding and children Daisy nnd Elenor pre visiting relatives and friends at Fordsvllle and Barretts Ferry this wetk Mr R B Martin of the local K of P lodge spent a few days the latter part ot last week at Morgantown or ganizing a lodge at that place He had quite notable success as he re ports a lodge of from eighteen to twentyfive members ready for instal lation Henry C Shaver who is engaged in the lumber business at Cincinnati was in attendance at court the first o the week He was looking after the business of Mrs Leila DeHaven whose home is in Cincinnati He left Wednesday to visit friends and relative near Shreve The Pleasant Valley Christian church near Wysox will be dedica ted the fifth Sunday in May The dedicatorial services will begin at id oclock and the Rev S F Fowler of Madisonvllle will deliver the sermon of the occasion Dinner will be aerv ed on the ground Z O King Habit Davies county was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday He is a pioneer pedagogue having taught near Beda in 1865 and at Hartford in 1870 He is now en gaged in teaching in Davless county He is visiting relatives and renewing acquaintances in and around Hartford this week Mrs Mollle Lane Jones died May 7th at Cunningham Ky after a lingering illness age 57 years She leaves a husband and two sons aged mother sister and two brothers She was resigned to the will of the Lord and told the writer to take the message to her mother that death had no terrors and not to greave for her but meet her in heaven Dr SoW Crowe called to see us yesterday He IB in for the examination today and tomorrow Ice Cream Soda and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Mr Estis Taylor died at his home at Beaver Dam Sunday night after n lingering Illness of consumption A wife anti several brothers and sisters survive him Funeral services were conducted by Rev J C Jarnigan Monday alter which interment took place in the Beaver Dam cemetery William II Wheatly ot Whites ville filed a petition in bankruptcy in Federal Court at Owensboro Monday His liabilities amount to 2484 and hU assets 2000 The bankruptcy proceedings were made necessary by a suit filed by the Water A Wood Harvesting and Machine Company to enforce a judgment for 141 Rev Jo B Rogers formerly an Ohio county citizen was recently called to the pastorate of the Seventh Street Baptist church at Springfield 111 Rev Rogers was elected and served four years as superintendent ol schools of this county his term having ended eleven years ago He entered the mlnistery a short while alter his official duties had ended and has grown in eminence and popularity from the first and this is an honor well bestowed Excursion to Beaver Dam Messrs Will Hurt Doctor King and Tom Wand procured the Hart ford bus and took a number of Hartfords female beauties to the commencement exercises at Beaver Dam Wednesday night Mrs Heber Matthews was the chaperon The trip was a success to the fullest extent Among those who were privileged to enjoy the trip In the company ol these young men were Misses Elba Bean Kate Thomas Kitty Collins Mary Keown and Wynona Stevens License to Wed The following permits to wed hay been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue R O Williams Ceralvo to Oma Bratcher Ceralvo Clarence Boles Pleasant Ridge to Ida Church Pleasant Ridge John Ceasar Fords ville to MattieAull Fordsvllle Willie Langford Select to Ada Baz Bazetown Virgil L Smith Hawes ville to Myrtle B White Fordsvile J D Stewart Beda to fllattie Pirtle HartfOrd James T Shepherd Prentls- to Tena Tanner Prentis Paul Peyton Ceralvo to Mary E Decker Ceralvo CIRCUIT COURT The Following are the Pro ceeding for the Week The Ohio Circuit court convened in regular session at court hall here Monday with Judge T F Birkhead presiding and Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Ringo and County Attorney W H Barnes present The only case set for the first day was that of the Commonwealth vs J W Boatner which was set over to the 13th day of the term oa the account of absent witnesses for the defense The absent witnesses are the Kelly boys and were at theirrhoraeat Dean bullfnow All the Commonwealth cages set on Tuesdays docket were continued except Commonwealth vs Jarne Barnes Lee Tiltord Jurton Jackson 2 cases Claud Slantcr Ollie Barnes 2 cases which seven cases were filed away with leave to reinstate on mo tlon of the Commonwealth or County Attorney Commonwealth Vj Lee Awtry Elmer Hall EdShultr Owen Cash and John Abner all of which apper on 3rd days docket were filedaway with leave to reinstate on motion of the Commonwealth or County At torneyCommonwealth vs Luke Taylor statement filed and stricken oft Commonwealth vs Mort Tatede murrer to indictment sustained and stricken ea The following cases on 3rd days docket were continued Common wealth vs J R Johnson T Scbroad er Alex Nicholson Cassa Wilcox P E Told Robert Render Mary Nabors Bridge Duncan Frat k Tich enor and Forest Chinn- Compsonwealth vs Leslie Hines charged with gaming trial and judg M ment of 20 and cost The following cases on the 4th days docket were disposed of as follows Commonwealth vs Henry Black burn Orbrey House Bilzz Hammons and John Rendercontinued Com monwealth vs Jonce Guss plead guilty and was fined gro and cost James Raley The following cases on Friday 5th days docket were disposed of as fol lowsCommonwealth vs S B Gentry Payton Sullenger Daisy Yeager continued Commonwealth vs Her man Kahn fined g2o and cost The lollowinn ceses on the civil docket have been tried with the fol lowing results R T Collins trus tee vs Mary Collins judgment for defendant Sip Swain vs U Whalen judgment 11957 for plaintiff The following ramed gentlmen composed the juries for the trerm PETIT JURY T W Daniel Jeff Barnett Jesse- D Crowe J J Keown E W Tru man W B Wise Tice Baker L H Hammons C B Carden W M Ad dington Jas T Wilson Addis Pate A B Tichenor John M Leach Jas E Maddox John Rob Mosley Klncb Martin Albert Quisenberry W E Hinton J W Dabney R H Cum mins and John Robison THE GRAND JURY- J R Cox Heflin age 31 Baptist Democrat weight 163 foreman Junius Litsey Fordsville age 39 Baptist Democrat weight igosherlfi W S Tinsley Hartford age 35 Methodist Republican weight 199 clerkJ Bennett Centertown age 66 Baptist Republican weight 186 W K Newbolt Hartford age 36 Baptist Democrat Weight 150 Temple Yates Westei field age 62 Baptist Republican weight ISO J G Wilt on Horse Branch age 44 Baptist Republican weight 155 L J Render Rend r age 56 Bap List Democrat weight C T Ed aids Horton age 54 Catholic Republican weight ISO Jet A Baird Beds age 29 Methodist Democrat weight 138 Henry Dever Sulphur Springs age 58 ChristianRepublican weight 145 P R Kelly Frrdsville age 34 Baptist Democrat weight 130 Six Republicans six Democrats eight Baptist two methodist one Catholic and one Christian Th following visiting attorneys are in attendance at court Common wealths Attorney N T Howard and W R Gardener Morgantown R H Todd Owensboro S P Roby Fords vine John T Rone Centertown I Judge J M Porter and Baker Rhoads Beaver Dam May Suggestions We want to suggest to you the importance of you doing your May shopping with us Our reason for making such suggestions are these 1st We buy and sell for CASH therefore we BUY Lower and SELL CHEAPER than others 2nd We carry the best selected line of Dry Goods Clothing Millinery etc found in Hartford With these two great facts as a foundation we have been able to make for ourselves a living profit as well as share liberally with the cash buying public Suggestion No1 D j- Our Belts Fans Lace Collars Shirt Waist Sets Turnovers Belt Buckles Ribbons Em broideries Laces Hosiery etcl are the latestand our prices are lower than credit selling houses Suggestion No2 o D- Our new India Linens Dimities White lIer cerixed Waistings Piques Fancy Wash Goods Silk Mulls Woolen Dress Goods Silks etc Their quality and cheapness are the chat of the town Suggestion No3 D Our Millinery Every week brings to us the newest If its a hat you are looking for you will find the latest most stylish and cheapest at Fairs A look is all we ask Suggestion No 4 o o Our new clothing The best line of Mens Pants Suits Youths Pants and Suits and Uhil drens Clothing to be found in Hartford When you buy a suit from us you know exactlywhat you are gettingnot paying from 100 to 500 more than your neighbor Come to see us Remember we will buy your Wool Eggs Hams Feathers Ginseng etc Top prices paid Come let us demonstrate to you the power of CASH BUY ING and CASH SELLING The Great Bargain Center I 4 Just from the Eastern Markets E t4 1 49 Where we have purchased big lot of new goods such as Clothing Hats Dress = Jj Goods Shoes and in fact everything needed to dress you up in the latest style 9 9Our Clothing The famous STERLING brand cannot be excelled for neatness beauty or durability Remember we guarantee bt every Sterling Suit we sell Prices of these goods range from i 6 to 2250 g 61 Our Line of Shoes = The celebrated Hamilton Brown will give you better sat 9isfaction in point of neatness and comfort than any Shoe on the market Every pair guaranteed Prices from 125 to 5btrdl We will quote you the following unequaled low prices = whichwill give you an idea of the great burgains you can = 9heavyper yard Ladies Hose 5c a pair Childrens Hose 5c a pair = Meld Seek 5c a pair Three pair Suspenders 25c Ten Mens black Glay Worsted Suits going at 245 better grade oft 300 size 35 to 42 Youths Suits at 235 childrens at 6hc Our limited space will not permit us to quote addi tional prices but come to see us and we will show you the most uptodate line of goods anylotherCome to see us we do the rest 4t OP Yours fox J3ixtinE = s = I 11 SAM BACH Hartford 1f- Y YfYY 10 Y M M CYfY M M M MM w f + CYfWMOr L1- 7r q- Y neJI RATE BONNETTHS ROMANCE OF A PIRATES DAUGHTER L D y FRANK R STOCKTON JW I IYlp l1l 9 L7 rCopyright lvU2 br l Apyluum S Co Sun Turk stout and hungry seafaring man and CHAPTER XVI there wore wines and dainties which AN OHXAMENTKP Ivfstvoul1 have had tit place upon the table 1was about the middle I of the afternoon when n large boat well filled was seen approaching the Revenge from Blackboards vessel As soon as it had become known that this chief of all pirates of that day this Edward Thatch of England was really coming on board the Revenge not one word was uttered among the crew on the subject of going ashore although they had been long at sea The shore could wait when Blackbeard was coming Even to look upon this doughty desper ado would be an honor and a joy to the brawny scoundrels who made up the crew of the Revenge It might have been supposed that everything upon Capt Bonnets ves sel had been made ready for the ex pected advent of Blackboard but noth ing seemed good enough nothing seemed as effectively placed and ar ranged as It might have been and with execrations and commands Bon not hurried here and there making everything if possible more shipshape than it had been before Stay you two In the background he said to Ben Greenway and Dlckory you are both landsmen and you dont count in a ceremony such as this Is going to be Station your men as 1 told you Bittern and man the yard when it Is time Capt Bonnet in his brave uniform and wearing a cocked hat with a feather his hand upon his swonlhll stood up tall and stately When the boat was made fast and the great pirates head appeared above the rail six cannon roared a welcome and Bon net stepped forward hand extended and hat uplifted The Instant Blackboards feet touched the deck he drew from their holsters a pair of pistols and fired them in the air Now then he shouted we are even salute tor salute for my pistols are more than equal to the cannon of any other man How goes It with you Sir NightcapBonnet I mean And with that he clasped the hand reached out to Hint In a bonecrushing grasp His fingers aching and his brain as tonished Bonnet could not comprehend what sort of a man It was who stood before him With hair purposely dishevelled with his hat more slouched than usual with his beard divided into tails each tied with a differentcolored ribbon with half a dozen pistols strung across Mf breast with other pistols and a knife or twc stuck Into his belt with his grea + sword by his side and his eyes gleam ing brighter than ever and a general expression both in face and figure of an aggressive Impudence Blackbeard stood on his stout legs clothed in rough red stockings and gazed abou4 him But the captain of the Revenge did not forget his manners He welcomed Blackboard with all courtesy and besought him to enter his poor cable Blackbeard laughed Poor cabin say you But Ill tell you this one thing my valiant Captain Cap you have not a poor vessel not a poor vessel I swear that to you my brave cap tain I swear that Then with no attention to Bonnets Invitation Capt Blackbeard strolled about the deck examining everything cursing this and praising that and fol lowed by Capt Bonnet Black Paul and a crowd of admiring pirates Ben Greenway bowed his head and groaned I doubt If Master Bonnet will over go to tho dell as I feared ho would for now has the doll come to him Oh Dlckory Dickory this mas ter o mine was a worthy mon an a good ane when I first came to him an a that I bae I owe to him for I was in sad case Dlckory very sad case but now that ho has Apollyon for his teacher hell cease to know right eousness altoglther Dlckory was angry and out of spirits He is a vile poltroon this master of yours raid he consorting with these bloody pirates and leaving his daughter to pine away her days and nights within L little sail of him while he struts about at the heel of a dirty free booter dressed like a monkey He doesnt deserve the daughter he possesses Oh that I could find a ship that would take me back to Jamaica And 1 would take you too Ben Green way for It Is a foul shame that a good ran eioulu spend his days IB tuck vbl9 compan Ben simok Sa l iu TnilAM hy Maatw cc= asi be sate usti bday como wbIA I ahaU tii Ki well et = = 0 tar N than uIfThe supper la tsv c ln of the Re venge was a bets neuJ than the vo- racioufi IHackbcart naa parufcen of fcr- Mc u t il isdeid lie had ever ecu down e such a c = trwm Fnt fwc and afink iU mils b I of a gentleman Blackbeard was In high spirits and tossed off cup after cup and glass after glass of the choicest wine and the most fiery spirits He clapped his wellman nered host upon the back as he shouted some fragment of n wild peasong And who is this he cried as they rose from the table and he first caught sight of Ben Greenway Is this your chaplain He looks as sanctimonious as an empty rum cask And that baby boy there what do you keep him for Are they for sale I would like to buy the boy and let him keep my accounts I warrant he has enough arithmetic to divide the prize moneys among the menHe Is no slave said Bonnet he came to this vessel to bring me a mes sage from my daughter but he is in illbred stripling and can neither read nor write Then lets kill him cried Black beard and drawing his pistol he sent a bullet about two inches above Dick orys headIAt men themselves at every available point set up a cheer Never before had they beheld such a magnificent and reckless miscreant Dickory did not start or move but he turned very pale and then he red dened and his eyes Hashed Black beard swore at him a great approbaI tin oath A brave boy and fit to carry messages If for noth ing else And what is this nonsense about a daughter said he to Bonnet We abide no such creatures In the ranks of free companions we drown them like kittens before we hoist the Jolly Roger When Blackboards boat left tho ships side the departing chieftain fired his pistols in the air as long as their charges lasted while the motley desperadoes of the Revenge gave him many a parting yell Then all the boats of the Revenge were lowered and every man who could crowd into i them left their ship for the shore Black Paul tried to restrain them for he feared to leave the Revenge too i weakly manned she having such a valuable cargo but his orders and shouts were of no avail and despairing of stopping them the snlllnI master went with them and as they pulled wildly towards the town the men of one boat shouted to another and that one to another Hurrah for our captain the brave Sir Nightcap Hurrah Hurrah The dirty Satan HurrahIory as he gazed boat I would kill him if I could Say not so Dlckory said Capt Bonnet speaking gravely That great l pirate Is not a man of breeding and he speaks with disesteem alike of blend and enemy but he Is the fa mous Blackbeard and we must treat hm with honor although he pays us none I had deemed said Greenway calmly that ye were goln to be the maist unholy sinner that ever blackI ened this fair earth but not only did ye tell a pious lie for the sake o j good Dlckory but compared wi that monstrosity ye are a saint graved in marble Master Bonnet a white and shapely saintIBlackboard boat was not rowed toIhis vessel but his men pulled ily shoreward With the wild crew of the Revenge fresh from sea and their appetites whetted for Jovial riot and with Blackbeard his warpaint on to lead I tlHin Into every turbulent excess there were wild times In the town of Belize that night CHAPTER XVII I HAVK NO RIGHT I AM A PIRATE L has been made palnICapt Bonnet of ven e teas a punctilious I man when the rules of society were I incerneil ba tht society official li htoned or Thus it was IeItllrnday but until afternoon he was not abli to do so on account of the diffi I culty of getting a sober and decently behaved boats crew who should row hint over Black Paul tux sailingmaster h 4 returned to his rssse early Jn the nurnlng feeling the necessity of keep lug watch over the cargo but most of the mea came over much later while some of them did not come at all Bonnet waa grsatly inclined to pun V i TErrcnted severity this breach of rules but Black Paul assured him that It was always the custom for the crew of a newly arrived vessel to go ashore and have R good time and that If they were denied this privilege they would ho sure to mutiny and ho might be left without any crew at nil Brnnot grumbled and swore but as he way aware there were several things conrcrnliM a nautical life with i c which he was not familiar he deter I mined to let pass this trespass Dressed in his finest clothes and even better than the day before he was followed Into the boat by lien captainjlain who If his words were oonsltl ercd would he the most valuable of ficer on the vessel Come then Grcenway said Bon net you have troubled me so nnuh on my own vessel that now perchance you may be able to do me sonic service on that of another Anyway I should like to have at least one decent person in my treat who an you come nut- will be wholly missing And DI CliO r may Ohio too if he like 1t Hut Dickory Ml not like it Ho hated the big black pirate and onrod not If ho should never lee him again so he stayed behind When Bonnet mounted to the dvek of Blackboards vessel he found tlnre a very different pirate captain from the one who had called upon him the day before There were no tails to the great black beard there were few pistols visible and Capt Bonnets lout received him with a certain salt- soaked sunbrowned hairy and brawny hospitality which did not sit badly upon him There was moat there was drink and then the two captains and Greenway walked grave ly over the vessel followed by a hun tIred eyes and before long by many Boni natural though Improper that the de rision of these roughs fellows should be excited by the appearance among them of a prim and sedate Scotch PresbyterianBut of miscreants had all hadIto now saw without the slightest difficulty how little he knew of the various nautical points to which Blackboard continually called his attention The vessel was dirty it was Ill appointed there was an air of reek less disorder which showed itself everywhere but apart from his evi dent distaste for dirt and griminess the captain of the Revenge seemed to be very well satisfied with everything he saw When he passed a small gun pointed across the deck and with ULAOKUKAKD WAS IN HUJH SPIRITS AND TOED OFF CMP AKTKR CLl AND GLASS AFTER GLASS OK THK CHOICEST V1NK a nightcap hung upon a capstan bar thrust Into Its muzzle there was such u great laugh that Bonnet looked around to see what the Imprudent Greenway might be doing Many were the nautical points to which Blackboard called his guests attention and many the questions the grim pirate asked but in almost all cases of the kind the tall gentleman with the cocked hat replied tint he generally left those things to his sail ingmaster being so much occupied with matters of more Import When they had finished the tour of the vessel Blacubeard conducted his guest to his own cabin and invited him to be seated by a little table Bonnet sat down placing nis highplumed cocked hat upon the bench beside himI He did not want anything more to eat or to drink and he was In fart quito ready to take his leave The vesso had not pleased hilt and had given him an idea of tho true pirates life which he had never had beforetBlackbeard seated himself on the other side oGthettbieouwhich heI rested his massive arms Dehlnd him Ben Greenway stood in the door way For a few momenta Blackboard sail rind gazed at Bonnet atjd then he said Look ye Stede Bonnet do you you are now las raitQi pUt of place as a red herring WOi1II at the top of the mainmast i y j I Bonnet flushed i i few Capt Blackbeard Ie said T very much tear me tiat you Lire rlgptthls IB ndI place for me I have paid my respects to you and now If you please I will take my teat F have not Iteen gratl lied by tke condsst of youe orw but I did not expect that thejr captain would address me Ik sucirfdiscourteous words And with this Jit raiehod this hand for his hat Blackbeard brought down is hand heavily upon the table Sit where you are he exclaimed I have that to say to you which you shop hear whether you like my vessel my crow or me You are no sailor Stede Bonnet of Bridgetown and you dont belong to tho tree companions who are all good men and true Bad ran sail the ships they command Yes aro a defrauder toad a C a I Ww nothing but a landsman a plowtail sugar planter At this Insult Bonnet rose to his feet and his hand went to nls sword Sit down roared Blackboard an you do not listen to me Ill cut off this parley and your head together Sit down sir Bonnet sat down palo now and trembling with rage Ho was not a coward but on board this ship he must give heed to tho words of the des perado who commanded It You have no right continued Blackboard to strut about on the quarterdeck of that line vessel tho Revenge you have no right to hoist above you the Jolly Roger and you have no right to lie rlgnt anti left and tell people you are a pirate A pirate forsooth you are no pirate A pirate Is a sailor and you are no sailor You are no better than a blind man led by a dogIf the dog breaks away from him he Is lost and If the sailingmasters you pick up one after another break away from you you are lost It is a cursed shame Stede Bonnet and it shall bo no longer At this moment by my own right and for the sake of every than who sails under tho Jolly Roger I takeaway from you the command of the RevengeNow Bonnet could not refrain from springing to his fret Take from me the Revenge he crlllumr own vessel bought with my own money And how say you 1 am not a pirate Front Massachusetts down tho coast Into these very waters I have preyed upon commerce I have taken prizes I have burned ships I have made my name a terror Now his voice grew stronger and his tones more angry Not a pirate ho cried Go ask the galleons and the merchantmen I have stripped and burned go ask their crews now wanuerlug III misery upon desert shores If they ho not already dead And by what right I ask do you come to such an one as I am and declare that having put mo In tho position of n prisoner on your ship you will take away my own Blackboard gazed at him with half closed eyes a malicious smile upon his face- I have no right he said I need no right I am a pirate At these words Bonnets logs weak end under him and he sank down upon the bench As he ltd so he glanced at Ban Greenway as if he were the only person on earths to whom he could look for help hut to his amazement he saw before him a face almost jubilant and beheld the Scotchman his eyes uplifted and his hands clasped as If In thankful prayer CHAPTER XVI 1 1 Till NKNV FIRST UKlTKVANT HEN the boat of the 1 Revenge was pulled back to that vessel Bonnet did not go In It It was Black hoard who sat in the stern and held the tiller while one of his own men sat by him When Blackboard stepped on dock ho announced much to the delight of the crew and the consternation of Paul Bittern that the Revenge now belonged to him and that all the crow who were fit to bo kept on board such a tine vessel would bo retained and that he himself for the present at least would take command of the ship would haul down that brand new bit of womans work at the mast head and fly In its place his own black ragged Jolly Roger dreaded wherever seen upon the sea At this a shout wont up from the crew thI heart of every scoundrel among them swelled with joy at the Idea of sail ing fighting and pillaging under time bloody Blackbeard But the salling master stood aghast He had known very well what was going to happen he had talked It all over In the town with Blackboard he had drunk In fiery brandy to the suc cess of the scheme and he had be lieved without a doubt that he was to command the Revenge when Bonnet should be disposed And now where was he Where did he stand Trembling a little he approached Blackboard And as for me he asked am I to command your old vessel You roared Blackboard making as If ho would jump upon him you You may fall to and bend your hack with the others In the forecastle or you can Jump overboard If you like My quartermaster Richards now commands my old vessel Presently I shall go over and settle things on that hark but first I shall step down into the cabin and see what rare good things Sir Nightcap the sugar planter has prepared for me With this he went below followed by the man he had brought with him It was Dlckory haW wM fcy what he had heard who now stepped up to Paul Bittern The latter his coun tenance blacker than It had ever boon before first scowlel at him but In a moment the ferocity left his glance Oho he said heres a pretty pickle for me and you as well as for Bonnet and the Scotchman- Do you suppose exclaimed Dlck ory that what ho says is true That ho has stolen this ship from Capt Bonnet and that he has taken it for his own Suppose1 sneered the other I know it He has stolon from me as well as from Bonnet I should have commanded this ship and I had made all my plans to jt It whoa I gH Mn Then you are aa 3P == a =said DlsJiscy e s that rm pirate sa belaw IJust as great said Bittern the I I being that ho has won j everything while I havo lost every- i thing I What are we to do asked Dick ory I cannot stay here and I am sure you will not want to ho is below can wo not slip oVlrboarllI and swim ashore I am do It Black Paul grinned grimly limit whore should vo swim to ho sailIOn the coast of Honduras no safety for a man who flees from lilacl T Iit keep your tongue clo 1lllngITle nionumt put j foot upon tho deck he began to roar out his general orders I go over to the bark he said I and shall put my mate here In charge of her After that I go to my own IUllIliship where I ulinll trot the quarter leek and live like nrlncu at sea Now look ye younr what Is your name j Charter replied Dlckory grimly Well thou Charter tho ulIwill bo before dark Me oxdHiuiod Dlckory In amaze j I mentiyou PRill the pirate I am sure you dont know anything about i a ship any more than your master did but bo got on very well and BO may you And now romombor your head shall pay for It If everything is not the same when I como back as It U now Thereupon this man of piratical I business was rowed to the bark qulto satisfied that ho left behind him no one who would have tho power to tamper with hits interests He know tho crow having bound must of themI to him on the preceding night j he trusted every ono of thorn to anllItho man he had set over then and lather As Dlckory would have no to give thoro would bo no nol j of obedience and Black Paul would i have no chanco to Interfere with any thingIIlllaekbeardwho having said all ho had to say hurried up the compunlin way to attend to the rest of his plans j thin stately naval ollicor who head so recently occupied the bench by table shrunk into a frightened thoI IT gazing blankly at Ben I Think you lion he said In half I n voice that this U ono of that mans jokex I have hoard that he has a fearful taste for horrid Jokes i Time Scotchman shook his head Joke Master Bonnet ho ex claimed It Is no Joke He had taVn your ship from ye ho has taVn from ye your sword your pistols an your t wicked black flag an ho has madn tanIwickedness o befit a pirate Think o j that Master Bonnet ye are no longer a pirate That most devilish o all lIfrom the dishonor an time Infamy which ye were liiborin to heap upon it Ye are a poor mon now Master Bonnet that Beelebub will strip from yo everything ye had all your riches shall be his Yo can no longer I afford to be a plrato yo will be pelled to be an honest mon All I t111 ye that my soul llfteth Use In thanksglvln nn my heart Is happier than It has been since that fearsome day when ye went on board your ves sel at Bridgetown Bon said Bonnet it is harl and it Is cruel that in this time imo of my great trouble you turn upon me I have been robbed I have helm rulind my life Is of no more use to mo and you Ben Greenway revile me while that I am prostrate Revile said the Scotchman I glory I rejoice Ye hao been con verted yo hat been changed ye hao been snatched from tho Jaws o hell Moreover Master Bonnet my souJ was rejoiced even before that master doll came to set ye free from your tolls To look upon ye an see that although ye called yoursel a pirate yo were no like ane o these blackhoarted cut throats Yo wore never as wicked Master Bonnet as ye said ye were You are mistaken groaned Bon net I tell you Ben Greenway you are mistaken I am just an wicked as I ever was And I was very wicked as you should admit knowing what I have done Oh Ben Bon In It true that I shall never go on board my good ship again And with this he spread his arms upon tho table and laid his hoad upon them Ho felt as If his career was ended and his heart broken- It did not take very long for a man of practical derlllahness such as Blackbeard was to finish the business which had called him away and he soon reappeared In the cabin Ho there good Sir Nightcapan I may freely call you that since now I own you uniform cocked hat title and everything elsedont cry your self to sleep like a baby when Its toys arc taken away from it but wake up- I have a bit of liking for you and I believe that that is because you aro clean Not having that virtue my self I admire It tho more In others and I thank you from my Inmost soul wherever that may befor having provided such comely quarters and such fair accommodations for me while I shall ploaso to sail the Re venge But I shall not condemn you to Idleness and cankering thoughts my bold blusterer my terror of the sea my harrier of the coast my flaunter of the Jolly Roger washed claaa ia tub with soap I shall BTO you Vrortr to do which shall be- ttai= i a the troublesome q t a i3 icltrn 4 You write well and read 1 know that my good Sir Nightcap and more over you are a fair hand at figures I have groat work before me in landing and soiling tho fine cargoes you have brought mo and In counting and locketlIin w my soa You shall have a room of your own where you cnn tako off that bravo tint form and where you can do your work nod keep your accounts and so shall bo happier than you over were before fooling that you nro in your rlht place To till this Stole Bonnet did not answer a word ho did not even raise his head And now for you my chaplain said Blackbeard suddenly turning toward Hill Gropnwuy what would like Would It suit you bettor to trot 4 forimyI would stay wP my master scud the Scotchman quietly Tho pirate looked steadily at Grfton wuy Oho said he you aro n sturdy fellow and havo a mind to speak from Helng ro stiff yournolf you may be able to stiffen a little this rap of a master of yours and help him to understand the work ho has to do which he will bravely do I ween when ho finds that to br my clerk Li his cursor Ha ha Sir Nightcap tho pirate of the pPn nod Ink D oply sunk then words Into StexJt a f Bonnets heart but ho inado no sign irIi is XT1y r Aa It1 r Whooping Cough 1ti till sjirim 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month Hartford Lodge No C75 F Jt A Masons first Monday nl litlu each mouth Hough Hirer Lodge 0110 Knights at Iy thIn meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Pout No 4 U A H hold reg ular uieotlugD Saturday before UrstSuuduy In each mouth My Breath Shortness of Breath Is Ode of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physic- Ians say heart disease can bo cured Dr Miles New Heart Curo has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In tho medicines allopathic or homoeo pathle of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unlauo In tho his tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful in curing thoso diseases yearly always ono of tho first signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Whether it comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises If tho heart is unable to meet this extra demand upon its pumping powersthero- Is something wrong with It Tho very best thing you can do Is to tako Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will go to tho foundation of tho trou ble and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves 1 know that Dr Mlles New Heart Cure s a great remedy For a number of years 1 suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and pains In left side For months at n tlmo I sldoantifjnother A friend advised using Dr Mlles New Heart Cure which I did tmprovootof tho Heart Curo tho pains In my sldo and other symptoms vanished I nm now entirely lIIJII thoso dreadful smothering are a thing of the past1 F iC DRAKE Mlddletown O youthen 4 rlt to us for Fro Trial AntlIr r Also Our ghtthreeLABORATORIES ELIUIAUT IND Jo a n n wt doj ifr Q f y H I q t U f tl Qtl1 w r t I SpringBeautieSti 11 J Economical ValuesT- his is the correct way to speak of our new ssyle mens Suits and ladies Dress Goods Cast your cul tured eye over our stock and tell us what you think of our display in these lines These articles are very de sirable from several points of view We think youll find them just a little better newer and more atttrac tive just 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 and a good advertisement for us When we fit you correctly suit your taste and sell you Suit Dress or Shoes that look well and feel well on youyou certainly standas an advertisement for our establishment Hundreds of our best citizens are advertising our store in an un conscious way by wearing our Clothing Shoes Hats and Dress Goods I THE OTHER THINGS And then we have all the other concomitants ofa welldressed personCollars Ties Neckwear of all kinds Pins Ornaments Hosiery Underwear in fact everythingnecessary to complete a comfortable and tasty outfit We cannot afford a displeased customer Our Clothing and Shoes Must fit and our Dress Goods and other goods must please not only your eye but your pocketbook 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 fix 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 Matting Curtains or other improve ments Please remember that we carry a large stock of these goods sold at the very lowest prices You real ly cadnot afford to have a shabbily furnished home after knowing how cheap and handsome we can fit you up Our specialties are Dry Goods Furniture Gro ceries and we save you money on anything in these lines you buy from u- sCarson f CoINCORPORATED Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 20 A NIGHT RAIOI Revenue Officers Capture Fine Moonshine Outfit General Deputy Reynolds and Special Guager Selby Make a Midnight Visit to a Camp in Hardin County EHzabethtown May 16 General Deputy Charles O Reynolds and Special Gauger Ben Selby of the In ternal Revenue Service raided a moonshine still in the CecllUn neigh borhood this county Saturday night about midnight and captured one of the most complete illicit distilling outfits ever seen In this section The moonshine camp was in a deep hollow some distance from the road and many miles from a railway or settlement Messrs Reynolds and Selby waited until well Into the night before making the raid hoping to find the moonshiners at work and make a complete capture- A local guide accompanied the officers as far as he dared go and point ed out a faint firelight through the trees some distance up the hollow Messrs Reynold and Selby cau tiously approached the camp expect- Ing to surprise the moonihlners and take them prisoners but the breaking oi a fallen bough over which they stumbled alarmed the law breakers and tent them scampering through the woods to some safe retreat There were two of them and theraiders called on them to surreader but with load legs the t cover of darkness and a knowledge of I surroundings the moonshii ers were too foxy to give themselves up The moonshine outfit was captured and distroyed The copper still was firstclass in every respect and every thing was in good order for a big run of Mountain Dew About 600 gallons of beer and a quantity of supplies were found and thrown away After demolishing the outfit and finding that a search for the moon shiners would be hopeless Reynolds and Shelby drove to Cecil fan and caught an early Sunday morning train to Louisville Worlds Fair Coach Excursion Round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to St Louis Mo for 735 tickets good in coaches only limited to June 9th for return STATE MEETING G A R FRANKFORT KY MAY 24 1904 On account of State meeting at Frankfort Ky May 24 round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Frankfort for 505 tickets sold May 23d and 24th limited to May 26th for returnGRAND COMMAND RY KNIGHT TEM- PLAR CONCLAVE FRANKFORT KY For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Frankfort for 505 tickets on sale May 16 17 and 18th limited to May 21st for returnC- ONFEDERATE VETERANS REUNION NASHVILLE TFNN JUNE 1416 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Nashville Tenn for 275 tickets on sale June loth to 15th limited June 18th 1904 for return An extension may be obtained until July loth 1904 by depositing ticket at Nashville and payment of fee of 50 cents S B VAN METER Agt fUdol Dy MMla Curt MfttU WMt 1 Mt A TRIP tti TIIE PHILIPPINES At heaverPntii three years ago A recruiting officer took me in tow He safd young man will you enlist And have a good time howcan you resist So I said to my friend will you come in Says he what he tills us is pretty thin But well try it once just for fun Well go to the WAr and use a gun We left Beaver Dam at eight oclock that night There were Mills Cathran Thomp son and rookie white And of course we all felt mighty big For we knew nothing of that post fatigue We were on our way to old Ft Meade We were anxious to get there for we needed a feed We had meat pie for dinner and peaches too The meat was as tough as the sole of your shoe We left Ft Meade one snowy day And up to the depot we made our way On a special train to old Frisco And that was the place we had longed to go We stayed in Frisco just five short days The sky was covered with a murky haze They marched us down to the dock So we sailed March the first at 12 oclock On the transport Togan we left the land Lieut Col Thomas was in com mand What got me on that boat I suppose was fate- Anyway I was sick when we reach ed Golden Gate The boys got happy and weresinging- a psalm When we landed March the 20th at the Island of Guam We sailed from Guam that very same day And turned our faces toward Manila bay On the 27th of March at 10 oclock We landed at the old Manila dock We bid goodbye to the great big boat Which stood out in the bay with flags afloat We were glad to leave the Togan all right But that sum I tell you wall a wholy fright We went to Pasay that very same day To relieve part of the 6thIt was troop K We arrived there at 2 oclock that night The boys were tired so they all kept quiet We slept until S oclock next day Then we took up our duty in the same old way We are in good quarters where we take our meals The C Os name is Col Hatfield He is so bold he needs a wig And he doesnt know anything but post fatigue But you see now boys my time is out Ive quit the army well and stout Got my discharge no more to roam When they let me loose I came straight home Now my friends this is all I have to say Of the army and Philippines at the present day- I wish you good luck yes all of you Ive bad 3 years and that will do B H M 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 daily April 25th to November 15th limited to December 15th for returning 1280 For sale daily April 25th to November 30th limit 60 days but not later than De cember 15th 1904 1070 For sale daily April 25th to November 30th limit 10 days 1000 Special Excur sion May loth rate not named yet S B VAN METER Agt 150 Indianapolis and Return 150 BIG FOUR Sunday Junk 5th Special train leaves 7th Street Union depot too iaville at 8 oclocka m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at City Ticket Office No 259 Fourth Ave and depot S J GATEs Gtnl Agt r 1t f BIGVPOUR ITIIP nisi LINT TO r Indianapolis J PeoriaChicago I And all points in Indiana Inud Michigan I Buffalo J New York I IAndI I J Information cheerfully lurn i ished on application at City A Ticket office Big Four No 950 4th Ave or RouteiS J GATES I Genl Agt Passenger ILouisville Ky I Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RBILWBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 830 a m daily Arrive St Louis J36 pm daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a ra daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ers All trains make close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low Excursion RatesWill be announced soon P E CARR Passenger and Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A J CRONE Depot Ticket Agent KyC District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo MB Early Risers The famous little pills u 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 Texiirkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally during March and April 1904 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 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 consult nearest Ticket Agent or address- R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- LoulsvlUe Ky Real EstateBargains Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford2500 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 3J miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 2j4 miles from Hartford 3000 One house and lot In Hartford one half acre lot 1500 A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 5375 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFOM KY r P f qJ j rh ijP Sc E 1 1 BR0 wi L I Bnit1111uI I I I Our buyers have again yisited the markets and their late purchases are now on sale The new ar tt rivals in dainty new Wash Materials will certain s2 InsertingNormuulytt can your genw leral appearance in the way of wearing here and we never lose an opportunity to show is 4these goods loss to a visitor If you do not see then a tHotWeather Millinery All the beauty of style and elegance of design r 3ssfusionoriginal icreations that cant be seen anywhoie elseaml we add that our prices are always below what a tt posted buyer in millinery expects These fashion wable summer Hats have just gone on sale and new ones are added to our collection each day Visit us each day and we can show you something new w 1 and you kow that seeing is believing Wool Wool A r Shear your Sheep bring us your Wool wo pay S you every cent the market will justify and sell you jr Merchandise the ONE PRICK that is mule for wc everybody that buys goods from us We carry S complete stocks everything you need You can Jt buy alt your goods here 4weaver Dam I y 4 Can You Figure 200Given AwayTO CtSTOMKKS OK Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the 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 S 5000 Second 2500 Third 1000 Fourth 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 I The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co lac Envelopes at Repub lican office 1 for 500rp BOSWWORLDS PAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS ASlIIiE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW IHailWAY OF THE FAST FLYERS + Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rates time of trulni Steeping Car llener Tiitloiis Etc mil on nay Ticket Agent or nil ilrcHHO P HcVAHTY Oenl Intm Agent Cincinnati Ohio or R M BROWN D PAjI- ouIsTllleKy THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstelate manner Tryus l