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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w4 ILjL Mactf rb IFj Job Work a Specialty U I VOL XVI HAllTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 3 1904 No 46 M p THE FIA SUMMONS Comes to the Aged Mother of Judge T F Birkhead Death Follows Injuries Received at Her Home Almost Two Weeks Ago 1 Mrs Miranda Blrkhtad died Friday night at 12 oclock at her home in Owensboro as the result of injuries sustained by a fall last Monday a week ago Since being injurled sbe had been confined to her bd but for a time it was thought she would recover Last Thursday however complica tions set in and she rapidly sunk to the end At the time of the accident which caused her death Mrs Birkhead was engaged In some light household duty While thus engaged her feet became entangled In the lolds of her dress and she was thrown heavily to the floor breaking her hip and other wise Injuring herself The injured member wart set however and Mrs i1 Birkhend immediately showed signs of improvement and her recovery was looked for Her age told against her however nod with other compli cations caused her death Mrs Birkherl wns one of the best known women in Davless county and was the mother of a very large Jnmily She was born In Shelby county on July 4 iSaj and was therefore near ly eighty years of age She was the daughter of Rev Reuben Cottrell who was a noted Baptist minister of Virginia lIe moved to Davicss county in iSyj nnd lived there until his death The funeral was held nt 1 I oclock Sundny morning at the Macedonia church The services were conducted by Rev W II Dnwson The pallbearers were Messrs Her man Birkhead Ernest Blrkheal of Hartford Moody Birkhead Eben Birkhead and Carl Birkhead all of whom are grandsons of the deceased RENDER June IMr P J Quinlan of Pa- ducah was in this city yesterday on business Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leltch field was in this city last Saturday on businessMr D Tweddell has accepted a t position with S J Tichenor Mc HenryMr and Mrs B C Petty have re turned after an extended visit with relatives In Fordsvllle and Owensboro Mr W S Vlck of Owensboro was here yesterday on business Mr and Mrs Klee Pierce of Her rln IlL are visiting Mrs Pierces mother Mrs R J Engleby of this cityMr C K Reneer of Centertown Is the city marshal of Render Mr Russell resigned e Mr Chas Cargal Is here on a few days visit with his patents Charlie is from Herrin Ill Messrs J W Baker and Simon Stephens attended the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition at St Louis last week Both report a pleasant time Messrs Jack Dempsey and Gus Dcltle went to Louisville Sunday Mr James Vellar of Taylor Mines was in this city yesterday on busi nessMrs Jake McIntyre returned yes terday from Linton lad where she had been visiting her daughter Mrs Robt Francis for a month Miss Rosa Belle Cabb of Sacramento is the guest of her cousin Mrs F E Harris at this writing Mrs B C Dowell is visiting in Owensboro this week Miss Mary Carpal is the guest of friends at Echols this week Miss Josle Daniel of Dayton Tenn is the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J S Spence at this writing Mrs Jas Martin was a visitor at Island last week N B Hocker leit for Springfield Ill last week to resole for the future Mr Buel Gajurett visited friends in Rockport last Sunday Messrs John Barrass and James Penman attended the baseball game at Central City Saturday- Mr and Mrs Jack Neighbors had a visitor to call to see them last week to live with them for along time By the way its a boy baby Jack says he is going to be a ball player Prof V M Moseley went to Hart ford today Mr W E Kelly of Odin 111 was a visitor in this city last week Mr George Fletcher of Leitchfield has contracted to build the I O O F and I O R M hall atMcHenry Mr Claude Chlsenlmllol Rockport was in town Sunday Rev Burnett of Hartford will conduct a series of meetings in the churchat this place commencing May 30th- SCHOOL BOOKS VOTED FOR Meeting of the County Commis sion Held Last Saturday The County School Book Commis sion composed of Supt DeWeese County Attorney Barnes and Judge Miller met In the office of the Super intendent Saturday and cast Ohio countys vote for the books submit ted by the American Book Co After thorough examination the above books were found to be greatly supe nor in subject matter and mechanical excellence to all others submitted to the board It was a matter of sincere regret to the commission that no suitable text in civil government was submitted and that only one text in grammar was before it The follow ing is the list voted for showing the cost price and exchange price and they will without a doubt foa adopt ed by the State viz The Modern Pronouncing Speller cost price 12C Exchange price 6c McGufleys Electric Primer IQCSC McGuffeys First Reader I2c6c McGufleys Second Reader 2ocio McGufleys Third Reader 270130 McGuffeys Fourth Reader 350170 McGuffeya Fifth Reader 450220 Rays Modern Primary Arithmetic i3C 6c Rays Modern Intellectual Arithmetic 20010 Rays Modern Elementary Arithmetic 25C 12C Rays Modern Practical Arithmetic 300 2oc Natural Primary Geography 40C20C Natural Complete Geogra phy Soc g0c Longs New Language Exerclsts Part I isc6c Longs New Language Exercises Part II III 17080 Longs Lessons In English 250 1 2c Harvey b New Language Lessons 25c 120 Harveys New English Grammar for Schools 400200 Maxwell Smiths Writing in Eng lish 650320 New Century Elemen tary Physiology 550270 New Cen tury InternlediatePhysiology3oc 150 Electric Primary History of U S 400200 Eclectrlc History of US 700350 Kinkeads History of Ken- tucky 650320 Petermans Civil Government 450220 Rational Writing Books medium and vertical as ordered 50 each License to Wed The following permits to wed hay been granted by County Clerk M S Raglund since our last issue James W Cox Pincheco to P F Taylor Cromwell Marion Denham Owensboro to Octave Basharn As kin Helfrick Bishop Centertown to Georgie E Carson Centertown Selvanes Baize Balzetown to Lizzie Baize Baletown Albert L Carson Louisville to Lattle Johnson No Creek dEtaBTORZAthe Kind You Hare Always Boufiht BthaR 11 1 Interesting Convention- The fifth Sunday meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association held at the Baptist church here last Saturday and Sunday was largely attend ed on both days Quite an interest ing program was rendered Saturday and an able and eloquent discourse on Christian Union was delivered Sunday by DrjW P Harveyof Louis ville u IF IT is NEW rot WILL HND IT IN TilE MITBLICAN MISTRIAL Is Entered In The Gillespie Case Jury Out Fortytwo Hours and an Excused Juror Com mitted Suicide Rising Sun Ind May 29After deliberating fortytwo hours without coming to an agreement Judge Dow ney discharged the jury in the Glues pie case this morning When the jury was brought into the court room Judge Downey asked them whether there was any probability of agreeing on a verdict and every one of the twelve men shook his head in the negative Judge Downey then thanked them and dismissed them from further service Prosecutor McMulleu said that the State would oppose any effort on the I part of the defense to release James Gillespie and stated that the case would come up again next Septem berAt the present time the four de fendants are in the same position as they were before the trial began as the bonds of those released from custody are continued Whether or not the defense will elect to be tried separately or jointly as on this trial the future will de termineIt said that a motion will he I made before Judge Downey to release James Gillespie from custody and de clare him acquitted In the event that this motion is overruled the de fense will ask that James Gillespie be admitted to ball along with the other three defendants Mr and Mrs Bar bour and Mrs Seward who were Indicted with him Should the writ of habeas corpus be denied by Judge Downey the matter will be taken to the Supreme Court of the State August Greiwe who was on the jury originally but afterwards ex cused committed suicide last night It is said he lost his mind worrying overjthe Gillespie case and immagln ed that James Gillespie was trying to kill him Centertown June IRev L P Drake attend tended the Baptist association in Hartford last Saturday and Sunday Alvin Rowe and wife spent last Friday with relatives in Hartford Tom Heflln Rockport visited his parents here last Saturday and Sun dayMrs Bettie House Rockport spent lost week here visiting relatives and friendsMr John Hill and family visit ed the family of Mr J T Hill Ma tanzas last week- S M James visited S R James Rockport this week Mr J A Tichenor and wife Ma tanzas spent Sunday here with rel atives Eden Bishop and children Beaver Dam visited in our town this week Dr Chapman and Will Sallee have returned from their trip to Arkansas They are well pleased with the the country and Mr Sallee will go back in a short time L C Brown recently purchased a home on Church street from F M AllenJ Bell Matanzas visited friends here Sunday- T H Benton Louisville is visiting his family here this week- MrHelfrlckBishopand MlssGeorgla Carson were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the residence of G R Carson of this town Sunday eve Rev IS D Maddox performed the ceremonyA of pleasure seekers went from here to Airdrie last Sunday The following persons were in the crowd Misses Bessie Hocker Erma Tich enor Emma Morton XIadie Park and Ada Park Messrs Claudia Render- S M Dexter Orville Ross M M Dexter and Dr L Smith r Kodol Dyspepsia Curs DlgMta what yra eat J P of the Leaf Club 1702 flth Is no cine I have used It off and on now for At that time I was of and that time I have It for or I felt and In need ofa and I have that It was of to me I am and to say a In Its and It to my Mrs J P Miss 251 40th St New has me a Into a and a one to and to fret me any more I with and I was thin and but me who me the but I can sum It all up In the Mr No 181 Cist St N Y ago my and I little I or died I had so cine that the of a me sick read and I It me I a and it was I felt I on It and use I was a well and able to do the and the of of the of from some form of and yet to find any cure Dr thn las his to tho of as cases OK maco to him the Tho will bo l y Tlio will ppe scrU o all hy and to a euro The can be at all This otter will hold tho can a by a of her age of life and of her cases of of the and at of of to to the ded of the new were run to date who to the and and all were to ty The I a of its and never was a In the as this The is one of the in the state to the and is the of in of The of the day was and and was the in of the Dr R H the The wns not one more get in and of the was on the out side of the and to was said The was one of the ever ed in a It at last the come a of the n IISubscription TO TilE WOMEN OF TUE UNITED STATES Successful Home Treatment Dr Hartmans Cure for Female DiseasesA Generous Offer to Women Invalid Women are Applying by Thousands for Dr Hartmans Free Home Treatment by LetterCOADY Treasurer MRS Avenue Council Bluffs Iowa writes Peruna experimental medi three years cured Irregular painful menstruation Since taken Indigestion whenever overworked tonic always found great benefit therefore pleased happy word praise shall gladly Indorse friends Coatly Hattie Grace West York writes Peruna changed from fretful Irritable nervous woman healthy happy Nothing seems worry Since early womanhood suffered bearing down pains nervousness worried Peruna restored Those knee before cannot understand change blessed word Peruna Hattle Grace Elizabeth Ferguson Brooklyn President West Brooklyn Audubon Society writes blessingPerunaconstitution seemed broken down cared whether lived taken much medi sight bottle made Iliad about Pcruna curing women thought perhaps would help bought bottle before finished better kept taking after three months faithful woman work undergo strain younger days Elizabeth FergusonIn great multitude women suffering female disease unable Hartman renowned gynecolo gist announced willingness direct treatment many application during summer months without charge treatment conducted correspondence doctor medicines applications gienic dietary regulations necessary complete medicines prescribed obtained drugstores good only during summer months Any woman become regular patient ending written statement condition history symptoms derangements- All female diseases including menstrual irregularities displacements ulcerations inflammations discharges Irritation ovaries tumors DEDICATION SERVICE Christian Church Whites ville Scene Cere mony Thousands people thronged Whltesvllle Sunday attend ication Christian church Special trains accommo those desired witness solemn impressive ceremonies crowded their capaci country around Whltesville contributed large share popu ulatlon probably before there such mammoth gathering place marked event newley dedicated church finest belonging Christian denomination handsomest protestant house worship Davless county outside Owensboro program lengthy elaborate rendered with much enthusiasm numerous crowd participating much numbers Crossfield preached dedicatory sermon church packed with people until could then three fourths crowd many them crowding about doors widows hear what sermon which most powerfnl deliver Whltesville produced profound impression Farmers Should Organize Editor REPUBLICAN seems time has when quite number farmers Mss JPCODY rNATTIE GRACE I- WGtlSON 3++ fdropsy of tho abdomen should apply at once and become registered as regular patients All correspondence will beheld strictly confidential- As is well known Dr Hartman is the president of The Hartman Sanitarium an institution which has a department devoted exclusively to the treatment of femalo diseases Ho Js thus brought to seo thousands of such cases every year the most of whom return to their homes- to be treated by correspondence The principal remedy he relies upon in such cases is Pcruna which every woman should havo who has any affection of this kind Those wishing to become patients should address Dr S B Hart man Columbus Ohio are ready and anxious to manifest at least some interest in their own busi i ness in the way of obtaining equita ble prices for what they have to seUI Unfortunate for the farmer some one else has always fixed the price on the stuff that he sells as well as that which he is forced to buy for con sumption at home It is certainly true that we feed the world and it is also true that we are the greatest consumers of all other classes yet we have never been per mitted to price that which we have to- sell and nobody has ever dreamed sayIbuyWe are of the opinion that we should assert our independence and demand a fair and equitable price for the surplus products of the farm The American Society of Equity with headquarters at Indianapolis Ind is a cooperative organization with plans perfected for the better ment of the farmers condition by co operating together for fair prices We hope that it may soon be eaid I that a farmers union has been organ ized in every neighborhood in the county Let us step to the front and demand what justice would give us 1 We hope the farmers of the coun ty will make good use of at least one col umn ofyour valuable paper which you have so graciously consented to give to them in order that they may ex change ideas about their business Matanzas Local Union No i will hold a public meeting at West Point church on Saturday the 11 day of June Meeting will be called to or der at i oclock p m Good speakers will be present to entertain the pea DR HARTMAN o OSW2fift No one knows better than Dri Hart man how much tin women suffer with diseases peculiar to their sex No one knows better than he does how many of them suffer with such diseases Patiently hopefully wearily and often silently they eke out a miserable exist ence year after year No martyr in poetry or heroine In romance makes a more touching appeal to human sympathy than the woman burdened with tho cares of a family trying to carry the extra load of somo tormenting and ever present femalo diseaseDr sympathy for such fo unbounded and his willingness to help them limited only to his powerI pie Come one come all and hear something about the things that con cern us Yours truly A B TICHENOR Sec I Matanzas Local Union No i In Memory Of Mrs S V Savage who died of her home in Woodward Oklahoma May the 18 1904 She died of rheumatism and heart trouble She was not afraid to die all that grieved her was notgetting to see her darling baby boy Chester before she died She was the wife of Rev J A Savage of Sulphur Springs circuit I A FRIEND WHO LOVKD HEK INotkeTo my creditors All those knowing themselves indebted to me will please meet me at Rockport Ky next Sat urday June 4 and Monday June 6 prepared to make settlement As I j have discontinued the practice of I medicine my accounts will be placed tin the hands of a collector after the latter date Please dont neglect this Dn J D MADDOX Boatner Not Guilty- At three oclock yesterday after noon the jury empanneled in Circuit Court to try J W Boatner charged with assenting to embezzlement filed into court with the verdict We the jury find the defendant not guilty Boatner was immediately dismissed from further custody and is now a free man OASIJIORA-Bth rlha Kind You HanaAlwajsBottthJ Signature of I f f L PHYSIC IN FOOD Doctors of the Future May Rely for Cures Upon Diet In stead of Drugs It Is well known that nearly a plants contain the essential elements of medicine and a large majority of the drugs found in the pharmacopae of the present day are vegetable ex tracts The quantity of any characteristic element in a plant varies with its richness in the soil This is of course a correlative of the well known beneficial action of fertilizers In increasing plant growth It is not proposed however to attempt the cultivation of medicinal plants that is common vegetables contain ing abnormal quantities of substances it is desired to administer It is evi dent to every one at all acquainted With the assimilation of mineral ele ments by the body that it is much more readily accomplished when these are partaken In the form of food in vege tablesIn past If the body has neede- an excess of iron It has been supplie- by Iron tincture taken through a glass tube after meals The modern Idea Is to supply this want by certain veg etables such as spinach Experiments looking to the demonstration of this scheme have been undertaken recently in Europe Ferruginous plants were grown in soil enriched by the addition of hydrate of iron and upon analysis it was found that plants grown in such soil contained a much larger percentage of iron than similar plants grown in natural soil Of courseit is not to be supposed that this increase in the percentage can be in creased indefinitely but it can be car ried to a maximum point which is very much greater than the average This same demonstration has also been carried out in connection with tea cultivation Samples of tea leaves from several plantations having similar cll mate and altitude conditions but different soil were gathered and after drying were analyzed in the labrato ry for their content of iron nitrogen phosphoric acid silicic acid caQein and ash The various soils in which the severel plants yielding the sam ple leaves had been grown were also analyzed for sltnlHar elements and It was found that the chemical composi tion ot the soil especially the quanti ties of those substances taken by the plant has an Influence clearly de monstrable by chemical analysison the composition of tea leaves produced on such soil A very interesting vista opens up to the prophetic eye in giving free reign to the imagination on this fas cinating subject Will the doctor ofj the future instead ofordering nauseous dose from the druggist prescribe a course of medicinal vegeta bles furnishing the Iron or potashI or manganese etc by means of these doctored or medicated vegeta bles Certified milk which with ltd guaranteed proportion of milk fat milk sugar and solids might have ar11tlclenot certified vegetables in the immediate future Sued by His Doctor A doctor has sued me for S12f0 which claimed was excessive for case of cholera morbus says aI White of Conchehi Cal At j trial he praised hie medicalskill and medicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had good reason to believe it was and ie would not say Xo doctor could use a better remedy than this in a caECI of cholera morbus hnever Suld by all druggists Fey Americans Retire FromI Ili BusinessIIn the United States leaders In ev j ery line of activity in politics and I business have been conspicuously I proneto dieasJtis saidin the harness The death of Mark Hanna is a ci In point But the last of distinguished for their suecj talnment of wealth and h e continued their activities laergthe advance of age and tlt ttion of physical strength ave I warned them of the approaching end t is a very long one Jn the older countries of Europe on whose civili zation that of the United States is founded it seems easier for men who have more or less successfully obtain ed the object they aimed at to retire enjoy freely the prize they have gain ed although even there the old barbar J ic struggle Is in many cases kept up to the end Public opinion there too is more tolerant of those who lay ofl the harness brfore being compelled to do so by the decree of fate this country however there seems exist in the mind of the ordinary man giitip the strenuous paths of labor n ambition before their strength 11 wasted away The successful men- the United States who hove sprung from the masses are imbued with th opinion Until within the last twen tyfive years the Idea of retiring from active life and setting down to a It in which personal tastes and pearls ities could be followed was regarded as at last eccentric There has always been two necessary steps to be taken before retirement from active life could with safety be accomplished one was the acquirement of wealth and other provis- Ions for Its safekeeping As civiliza tion progresses the second and mo important step can be more easily managed The individual no longer has to depend upon his own efforts to grind the stone set aside for his tutu re1y corporationd e ac umulatlou of wealth is now too very great extent appplied to its conserva Lion In Great Britain there has always been a wealthy leisure class and nat systematizso of manners S consequent to such an association wealth and leisure Public opinion is more tolerant of a man who wishes to do what he likes with his own than It has yet become in the United States The exlstance of a leisure class able and willing to enjoy their lives ra tionally and and intelligently is check on the wilder exhibitions of leis ure on the part of successfully acquired wealth It sometimes goes beyond mere moneygetting as the goal of a successful life It encourages retire ment afterreasonable fortune has bee gained and discourlages tosome extent thepiling up of exaggerated redun dancy The effect on the part of ou own business men will tendto a more even distribution of wealth and a leveling of the inequalities now so frequently pointed out CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Boughtj Bears the dSignature ofa I to Not Guilty Bedford Ind May 7After be out three and onehalf hours the ury in the trial of James McDonald charged with the murder of Miss Sarah Schaefer at 3 oclock this after noon returned a verdict of not guilty was decided before hand that the courthouse bell would not be rung when the verdict was returned fear ing that a mob might be formed McDonald was brought into the court room in a round about way TheI court room was filled with those who had waited all day for the verdict U LIVER TROUBLES I I and Thedrords mockDrought good mcdlclno for liver dlseaso pntflOOCAIWLLiEMARTIN If your liver does not act rty to druggist said Msourc u package of Thedfords Black ht and take u dose tonight This great family constipatedbowels and causal u healthy secretion of tThedfordswill cleanse the bowels of im purities mil strengthen tbo kid A inviteetcods biliousness fever and all manner ofsick ness and contusion Weak kidneys result in Brights diwue hick claims as mazy victims 6 25 cant re offllredfords Black keptInBlaokDrnught uacelitWILLIAMblehead 1- 11THEDFORD3 LAUffi PRAVGilt u LAST OF BUFFALO HUNTS Places on Advisory Board Are nContested For by Indians in toBison Chase Ve1Vhnt was probably the last buftlo placeasofhunt was participated in only by Inv dians and the object of it was to test Isthe skill of the candidates In the tribe for a place an the advisory hard of Horse Chief who w as elected at thee dance held by the Poncas a year ago It has been the custom of the Ponca Indians for centuries to hold a sun dance to elect their principal chief and a year later to hold a buffalo hunt to elect the members of his advisory board The Indians do not expect to be able to have the buffalo hunt this year owing to the scarcity of there animals Thirtyeight years ago when White Eagle the retiring chief was elected the plains were covered with buffaloes and the hunt was east arrangedIt decided to find some other plan when the owners of the 201 ranch volunteered to purchase three bo aloes for the hunt The Inv dians did not shoot the animals but divided into bands and tried to drive the animals through a goal The ad visory board will be composed of in deans from the most successful band fA 6oacre field was fenced with woven wire for the hunt Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are polishedaor are entirely bones are splicedpipe stake the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic and dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like in innwhich causps them to heal without maturation and is onethird the timer required by till old treatment Chum berlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic andI when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which most injuries entail I For sale by all druggists 17E1 33TOR IABears theThe Kind YOU Haw Always Bflilfft Signature lIJIof Call to Young Voters loulNVilli llmilll Henry Clay of Kentucky and John Sergeant of Pennsylvania were nom nated in 1831 for President and Vice President respectfully by that brief lived political organization calling It self the National Republican party The young men of the country were attracted to the new patty as well by the magnetic personality and eloquence of Clay as by the sound in dustrial and financial policies he rep represented The party through no fault oi its own went down to defeat by a large majority in 1832 aud was thereafter absorbed by the Whigs I But its declarations of principle are at this moment of value especially in Kentucky where young men of the brightest I promise rallied in great numbers under the banner of Clay At a meeting of the Young Men of the National Republican party held in Baltimore December J 1831 an address was formulated which has strong bearing on present conditions The address declared The right to determine the form of Government he is to obey and to appoint the persons who are to give it life and ac ion is the birthright of every AmerI No matter what may be his private lotno matter whether for une brighten or darken his destiny let him be steeped In poverty or let him luxuriate in wealthlet troops of friends smile with him in his joy or let misery press upon his solitary heart unmittigated by sympathy no matter what difference between man and man adventitious circumstances may make all as citizens are equal all go with equal power of sell pro tection to the ballot box aud there an humble freeman may by his one decide who shall be President the United States and thus singly all the great interests con ded to the Chief Magistrate of this vast Empire This year hundreds of thousands of young American citizen will for thei first timecast ballots in Presidential election Should they not everywhere H AyersrrM1V4aYMNgINA1MONLqAOHMtOw Why is it that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hairIputs new into it The hair Hair Vigor growingAndrich color of early life comes back to gray hair myhairrich black and as thick n I could weal TlltCUIIlllllAla enAllGray Hair organize in this campaign on the two issues prominent in the campaign of 1852 that all citizens are equAl and that all go with equal power of self protection to the ballot box In some States Kentucky unfortunately In the number an odltis machine has got between the citizen and the ballot box That machine the young men especially are looked to and not in vain to remove or destroy lIP Do Men Dislike Clever Women Why do men dislike clever women is a question that clever women have I felt impelled to ack themselves They might go still further and ask them selves why most women also dislike clever women The reason is the same in either case snys the New York Tribune for sex does not make any special differ ence in a matter like this What both men and women are looking for is the pleasant lovable compauiou and clever women have a way of not being companionable There is apt to be too much selfconsciousness about them for one thingtoo much j I They cannot resist the tempta I Non of saying bright things and the I I i Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a jj 2 cent stamp entitle in addition to the reg- ularI free to one vote inVr either fffA p Oflthfeel clever That in probably taunt oflcnds so in them No one Gelds the I assumption of superiority in another lovable whether it III superiority appel4rRl1c1or portant us they like If only they wont be selfconscious about it The clever woman is generally fearfully selfconscious Humor which helpsa woman thrjugh so much and over si much that Is I hard or painful or disagreeable is not as a rule a conspicuous part of the clever womans equipment Belnir lacking in this saving gra eshe grows egotistical and then it is all up with his companionability OASTOnXABean theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature 11 of i The Childs Orthography New Yurk Trllninr1 Clara a seriousminded college girl who did astonishing things in every thing mathematical was by nature a remarkably poor speller Her reasoning powers were excellent but she could not remember from day to day the spelling of the simplest wordsI IShe was deelrtuisol course of over g thisdlfGrnlty and to this end frequently the girl who sat next to her at thfe Jkjble to give her words to spell fhlfe practice Clara claimed helped her more than did any j amount of silent study and as she grew more proficient she began toI plead for longer and more difficult wordsGive I me a bard one she begged i one dayitA long long one Well replied her mischievous neighbor after thinking for a mo ment heres a splendid one with three syllables Be careful now ClnraIts a tremendous one Spell IotaII Clara wrinkled her mathematical brow got her reasoning powers in j good working order and deeply for several moments ponderedI spelled it Kyeoughttairfli I fttf WORLDS CONTEST nearest correct csihnotes received In on Spice neatest tat lolows First Prlro aacond 7 Prlaeai6COOO each 20 Prlzos 6OOO 50 Prlzos 200036O Prizes 1000 Irises 3138 FHIZEB TOTAL nAJIlt 7 nrENbS 1 I iTI ltl 1Iate IRIXiS IttyN I YOlR tltllaed maViu IKKKlitT SCORES Our 111or Rifles and Shotguns is triedand muteland has lull a century of malkdIreeAll dealers handle tIll STKVrNS altnctlerRIFLE16iinteterlnignmdlyr J STEVENS ARMS h TOOL COP O Box 393r hlrpee Poll t Nasal shuld lw cluuilne Elys Cream Hahn cTtncwtlzeaanil luau i the dul tucnrsue It cures catarrh and a cold in the nulckly Cream Tlnlin a flare Into the noatrlli spuds over the membrane and It absorbed mediate and a cure rololI U li not drying Jcx not produce tnrcxint targe Size 50 ants at Dru jift or l toad Sue 10 cent by mall ELY imoTHEItS M Warren Street New York Nothing has ever equalled it ever surpass it n KingsNew orI71 Prluu00 A Perfect Ior All and Cure Troll bees Money back If It fails TrIal Oottlet free Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEE theLionHeadshave always given our customers but in Addition to the Regular Free Premiums willmRkeTWO GREAT CONTESTS TotalVoto4000000 on the two nnd to make it still more Interesting In addition to this amount WC will give a wS IK Dfivcft K ffiflfl ftffi to the one who is ncarcnt on both tworiTTCrnrrnrnirTflgarrtrirBiMirif you premiums i contest I LfulaWorlds FAIR vdlBlveFor Vool Con next etc ei 1 s00001 116 100000lnOOOi OOOOO1O100000lOOOOO 3000001OOO 600II OOOOOO J2OOOOOO Pistols CATARRHIn drhea away Lead Rciltflilm y Trial Nothing can Throat Lung 3e correct H Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Package The 2 cent stampI covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your estimate II is recorded CONTESTWhatIJOO for nil cnnlillllle crnhmed Itl the INolion Novetrher81rr In ofijcerpnjetnc0onrect estimate second prize to Ule neltt neare l etc etc noarest 1 lnllnws cor 1 First Prlzo 1 Second Pro J2ROOOO 2 Prizea tjOOOO esoli 100000lOOOOO 20OOO1O 100000 COOOCO II 100DaOIIt 260 Prt eB 1000 100000 180O Prizes 600II 200000oooooo 2130 PRIZES TOTAL 020 000 00 PRIZES0istrlbutnd 4219to whlohwe shall give 5000to Grocers Clerks UI partloulars In LION COFFEE oases making I grand total of 6000000 OFLIONWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEP R TOLEDO OHIO r r I r- El 4 i 4 1 4 n h h S I fw r- ys f r- l SS f pt rt f r I i Ah I 1 I I 4 r DINE ONLY WHEN HUNGRY f Eating When Nature Docs Not Crave Food Is HiRlily Injurious I llv riftilr Maicimiii I A prolific cause ol cliiontc ImiRei tlon is eating from habit and simply because it is meat time and othtr are eating To eat when not hunjjr is to eat without relish and load tnk en without relish ia worse than wart ed Without relish the salivary glands do not act the gastric fluids are not freely secreted and the ba of oorls will not be digested Mun perfectly harmless dishes are stverel condemned for no other reason than they were given perfunctorily and without relish and due insalivatlon Hunger makes the plainest food enjoyable It causes vigorous secretion and outpouring ot till the diges live fluidsthe sources of ptyalin pepsin trvpslM etc without a plel tilul supply ol which no foods can be a perfectly digested Wait for an APJletite if it takes a week feasting Is one of the saving graces It has a h Until significance only through its great physical and physiologic importance li breakfast is a bore or lunch a matter of Indifler ence cut one or both ot them out Wait far dS inct and tmmMakU hunger and then eat slowly II you do this you need ask few questions as to the proprietary and digestibility at what you eat and it nerd not be predigested First Plug of Chewing Tobacco The tint plug ol chewing tobacco that way luftnufnctutrd in the State at Kentucky has not yet lost Its identi ty It was made by tV IL Mooklar of Mays villeand the moulds in which In which it was 111 Sold are still in the possession of his son who now lives In Covlngton Has followed his father in the tobacco business and though hi is now 72 years ofage he treasures the tiadition that his fattier made the first plug ot tobacco in Kentucky the State which has since become the greatest tt haco section ol the WI nd Mr Mook ar who made Kentuckys fust plug ol ttbiccs was one ol the pioneer settlers ol the State He came originally Horn Huron N Y and learned the pro cess oJ tracing tub cco ito plugs in Virginia where it had ben in vogue for yeses He brought the moulds over the mouutJUis and down the Ohio and they ate preset vel as M family hrirloom Revolution Immlnont A sure eign ol approaching revolt nut scrioiiB trouble ill your iystem ill nervoneneiu sleepleeMiead oretomacth upset Ivestriu Hitur will ijnickly didinuinhur till troublesome causes It never tails to to e the summed regulate the Kidney tuitl Bowels etiiiuliUo the Ihr and clarity the blood Kun down dytteint benefit purticulary anti till the ii ual ullcmU fug ache vanish under its stmcliing anti thnrougli cfltictietiesj Kiectrie Hitter is outstitle mill that is re turned it it diiat give perfect Balis itiction juariintced by A Wayne Griflim S Bro druggist The American Invasion of Mexico llinikiivi VlUii i The extent of the Ann near emu ruercial invasion ol Mexico is uot al ways reitl zft A yrir ago u wu officinllv repotted that toe ilai eleven hiudrird AUvticin coiupniiitt were dnjrg business in Mxic Ol the capital rom this country irv sert there about 7 per cnr is 11 csd IiiI railroad All ot the lines except those con metin kt the capital with Vera Cruz and the National IVhaur tepee railway aie owned or con troll ed by American Eghty per cent of all Mexican railroad property is held in th UMei Sarrs Eighty millions of Am nc Hs imier prin cipally iu Snnira Chthualuut and Dumngo The rmrinu ttrnltc ol the fiscal yeir emir Jure 3 19 3 amounted to t145on teovrtued ia sliver uhI ai liirraf rt i oiiy 1i o FNTiWEThose vho aro Balnlnpflesh and 8tt +iRth by regular trust mont with If Scotts Emulsion should continue tho treatment In hot wouthor smaller doso nnd a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection prorductsabason Send for free amplerSCOTT ft 409415 Pearl Street New York SOC and fi oo all druggists per cent over any preceding year In the saint time nearly three thousand new mining enterprises or 17 per cent ol the wltoh were launched- In various agricultural venture Americans have 28000000 staked but this includts probably some of those enterprises which appeal to the trustful small investor through popu lar advertisement and concerning which our consular agent have of ten sent warning to Washingtot authorities Varied manufactured in the Federal districts and in Nuevo Leon absorb much American capital In Sinaloa we also operate a profitable group of sugar refiners To the northward many great iron nnd steel plants are in evidence One oi them just com pleted at Monterey has cost fully 10000000 Z Wayne Griffin Bro Abkrj the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have been cured by it do not hesitate to recommend it to their Irieuds Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contains in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleaaaut and palatable What You Can Do With the Strawberry STRAWIIKKKV FLOAT Is a good strawberry desert for the first weeks of expensive strawberries Whip till frothy the whites of four eggs aid onehalf cup powdered sugar and brat till stiff then beat in lone pint mashed strawberries and serve the whole frothy mixture In glasses not letting it stand more than onehall hour before serving I STRAWIIKKKV DUMlUNOS Make a rich biscuit dough and inI each dumpling place threeorlour tier ries Serve with a hard sauce into which is beaten as many crushed ber i ries as can be used without danger ol separationI STIiAWHKRKV SlONGK Soak onehalf box of gelatine in onehalf cup cold water then dissolve i in a hot syrup wade by boiling to gether for one minute one cup water i ndone cup sugar when cold add- i one cup strawberry juice and when quite thick add the whipped whites i of lour eggs then best together until i thick and spongy STKAWIIKKRV POIOVKRS Carefully split popovers as soon us I they are Uksn from the oen fill I with a spoonful of the crushed Ituit and serve with a haid sauce for t1t ertIMike a rich baking powder biscuit i b lj in cakes cut out with a tumbler when dune split butter and again keeping hot till served OponI the cakes flu with mashed and sweet I cued berries at the tables as you serve theiuS- TRAWMKKRV TAPIOCA Cork fine tapioca in qual quanti ties of water and lrut juice If in i the proportion of three tablespoons of tapioca to tine pint ol hquid the jelly molds well and can be setvdwith whipped cream WITH ICK CKKAM Serve vanilla ice cream with this Huce hull and wash the berries aiMsh md add sufficient sugar to mke extremely sweet let stand an hour then tgaeez i out the juice keep or ice tiij extremely a old and just before sevmg add t to an quad quantity ol stifily whipped cream JIAn Alarm Clockfor25cI If you want to get up early and feel well all day take a Little Early Miser or two at bed time These t unions little pilis relax the nerves hive quiet rest and refreshing slsep with a gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H How Houston Tex says Early Ris lea are the best pill mtulo for constipa tion sick headache biliousness etc Sold IMT Z Wayne Grilliu t1 Bro SeatIA lady entereda Sixth avenue ele sated triin Thtie was no sent available but she fixed her eye upon a man in front of whom she had taken a stand Prisently the moan befan to squinu then he flushed and rising placeiPray do not be returned with equal politenessliThe fact is that I r wotUl1nIon my feet Many a man would bet ter go without lunch at all than rut the hurried lunch which forms the noonday meat of many a businessman Hastv eating foods hard to digesS and no lima allowed for digestion are the cause of ninny a case of stomach trouble t Disease of the stomach seriously threatens the health of the whole body rrompUycured Medical Discovery cures diseases or the stortlaclt and other organs of digestion and nutri tion It enables the perfect assimilation of food and the nutrition of the body on which physical strength depends Nine or ten years ago my health became gooddoctorsever treated writes Mr Harvey rhipp ol Florence Ala I had acute stomach trouble liver complaint catarrh and was nerroui to such an extent I not I finally got three bottlesoDr Iierces Galen Medical UloiCoery and some relict Took them to directions on the bottles and In a few days noticed a decided improvement I commenced to get more rest at night and could eat with pleasure where formerly food was like chips to me When I had three bottles of the Discovery I wu a new man could eat nuance pie for upper go to bed at xcven P M and sleep seven A M I am now working at my trade carpentry everyday in all kinds of weather I not taken your medicine I would now be under the sod Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from accumulated impurities MAN LIVED AS A WOMAN Peg Leg Ann BlacksmithNear WatervlietMichConceals Sex 42 Years II Pep Leg Ann ttis dead and to the astonishment of the whole communi ty it has been discovered that she was not a woman but a man who for nearly half a century has fooled the people of that section as to her sex Ann lived near WatervlietMlch for 42 yean Her home was in the woods and while she was poor she had the respect of the entire commun ity because of her respect for herself and the way she conducted herself She was never seen in anything but a alico dress and sun bonnet in summer and the sore stile ol clothing although heavier in winter For 25 years she ran a sawmill and black smith shop doing much of the heavy work herself but no one dared suspect that she was a man Peg Leg Ann got her sobriquet from the fact that she had a peculiar limp in one leg Fortytwo years ofi tIed down nt once as though she had always lived here and soon became swell known character in the county Her behavior wn almost circum spect and dim showed an aversion to the company of both men and wom i en The forest formed her constant roaming pact and the dnzens of it Almost her only friends though she hud many acquaintances She was al ways thought somewhat eccentric and her ways were myster ious hut in time this became matter of course and nothing was thought of it Her death was caused by old ape When it was diccvered that Ann was a man those who knew her were thunderstruck A Frightened Horso Running like mad down the street lumping the occupants or It hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybody to have u reliable Salve handy and there is none as good as Bncklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its smoothing effect 25c at Z Vayne Griffin duns drugstore r The Only One Left The lat cntH lvkrd at out Utni painfully and winced without know Ing why at the contesnptious glances of the grownup His mother bamrfn 3 and bbsorbsd fed him tuiMvev CoO MI a bottle and hushed 1S she did O Mtther said the child curiously what is the matter Are we different fiom the rest Wtiu nave xe done to cause nil this prylrg contempt Ills mothor sighed as she replied My boy it is no longer good form to have children Tin idea of rot having them rriMiljyaefl nt first by a few society queens ninduaUynpread to the masses until it became firmly established Now no self respecting wife ever has tuiy hi bits You are the only one left You are the last child But mother whom am I to play with Playing cent out long ago with the advent of psychology and the higher education It was discovered th t chiHren got u certain amount of pleasure out of playing and this not being in accordance with the scheme of life as taught in the highest thought circles it wos stricken oil the listBut mother is there no hope for me None whatever Bybeingborn you have fatally compromised yourself and me You are a freak and I am ostracised There is no help for us And the last child overwhelmed by the seriousness of the situation con scious of the humiliation of his po sition turned sorrowfully to his motherand said 1 Oh mother will you forgive me I knew not what I did And the mother folded him in her armsMy dear child she sobbed dont you see that I am to blame In the race for supremacy I have been left behind I am a relic of the pat Alas to think that I should turn out to be only a mere mother A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself is the price ofa mistake but youl never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dispepaia Dizziness Headache Liver and Bowel troubles They are gentlo yet thorough 25c at Z Wayne Griffin dt Bron drug Store Philosophy From Puck Cross examination is the art of get ting the truth out of a witness even though the truth ia not in him It is a parlous day for art when an actress can get more out ol her diamonds by pawning them than by having them stolen More and more men vote as they pray Belief in the efficacy of prayer is going out and likewise belief in the efficacy of voting Of course there is room at the top but it would suit mr st of us better if the attractions could bi moved down to the grown floor Naturally the ball who consider themselves the whole thing are at a loss to understand how the other half who are impossible people live Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have along and bitter tight with theit trou hies if not ended earlier by fatal ter mination Read what T R Beall of Jeall Miss say Last fall my wife md every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed mprovment came at once and tour bottles entirely cured her Guaran teed by Z Wayne Grifliu it Bro iruggibts Price 50c and SI 00 Lrial bottles free- Sentence Sermons hinge Tillintii 1 Heart giving is the only giving The hoptfUI art al ads mlpfui Selflove gives MII to loljiment Silver sini sa e yw slppry as any Heedless piu bn nr files pain The la orot I Viicids to lovs of labor The thd InoUings are the ouiy good looking The mm wbi rins from work gets no rstThe hnest music heard in heaven is made on earth No man ever reached aj y byjump lug over a duty- Hypocrisy is the tribute the fdlst pays to the true Awkward deeds are better than eit qneiu drc mi An icicle in the pilpit cannot start a fire in the pews Wa tiiin fn is not essential to- Ile SvIrule il IIOMI One G dinade man is worth a hundred selfniiide martyrs The rivet of sin is not checked by 0anPeople who advertise their troubles never clear off their stock Some iOUS will sunk because they reloaded with unt7sted sermons When the devil starts a discussion on the dishes depend upon it he in tends to steal the dinner When a tuna goes to meeting with his head full ot Ll1 ness he is not coming away with his heart full of blessing The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has horno time signature of s9 and has been inado under his pcr sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood lire hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcptior substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms awl allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWA- YSd Bears the Signature of The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CIMTAUR COMPANY TT MUKHAT STHCCT New YORK CITY IHarris Positive Pile CureI tThe Biggest Seller of the Age Why llrcause It cures completely and at once It relieves the pangs of a living death All van of 1lles can be cured by n surgical operation but you would rather have flies cured without the knife HAKIMS POSITIVE PIIK CtUK will do It Made only by tht Ieltchaeld IhorniHcnl Co Inc For vale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky a r WeakHearts Are due to indigestion Nlnetynlna of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigos lion It is a scientific fact that all wes ol onlytraceablegestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and wells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of thiS heart and in the course of time thai delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaubla of Nevada 0 says I had stomach trouble and was In a bad atata as I had hurt troublt with It I took Kodol Dyapepsla Cur for about Iout tnontbi and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoui strain and the heart of all pressure- Sottlesonly 5100 Size holding 2H times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITT A 00 CHICAGO DeWltts rar Salve For Piles Burns Sores BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If you havent a regular healthy movement of the bowels every day youre 111 orwill be Keep your bowel open and bo well ForcotIn the shape of vIolent physic or pill angerous The smoothest easiest moat perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean la to tak- eCANDY CATHARTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or Grlpei 10 2S and CO cents pnrbox Write for free sample and book let en health Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN STORMS0 j ILLINOIS BENTRRL RrR BEST OF TRAIN SERVICE With Dining BuffetLibrary Sleep Ing and Reclining Chair Cars on through trains direct to the WORLDS FAIR Tickets account of the Fair with 15 Days 60 Days December IS Limit at greatly reduced rates Coach Excursions to St Louis Every Tuesday rind Thursday in June at rates less than one tare for the round trip Tickets and prtculais as to spe cific tales limits and train time of your hooe ticket agent- S B VAN METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky F V UAUIOW P1t Louisville t1 McDOdiAM II p A New Orleans A II II AXSONUlA JNOASCOTTVOPA Chicago Memphis I sending a sketch and may asnrtnin our free whether on I UCommnnlealionssent free Oldest for securing patents I Patents taken agency Jlunn 4 Co re I Scientific notkt without iiti1tano I A handsomely Illustrated weekly Isrgestdri dilation of any sclentlUo JournaJ Terms t3 year four months 1 Sold by newsdealers MUNN CO3BIBroadwar New York Branch Otnce J5 F St Washington D C WHITES CREA- MVERMiFOCEHost In Quantity Vest In Quality For 20 Years Has Led ail Worm Bsnsedissv P f9OOuZ7 03Y AXjXs aIiLGGTTt9Pro- parod WEglbycsmq JAMES P BALLARD For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky rearwafr aemsti7lawmesyTMSUr y+ AtaaCKU M 3-+ + + + J SJ i f MiCUR1J II rani II ur I mintl III n 11111 h lIrr hut tin only on lint pht pray Mi to li mi nbsdnrn niiI iiiHiirrenro fur tit fiirin + if IViniilH Trnulil I + i llTi A t lrl tnnl win runv to tin must Rkiptlinl til Its iiliiinxt Mil 1rtrtlloneetatlvllt rn MM lnr bv lliIHITi lllIKIIi 1IItit11trtlru t Iel IOhttln t1 J H WILLIAViS Hartford Ky i+ +++ ++ + + ++ ++++ +++++++++++++++++ s 1 s I 4s aI r i e i I r i Hartford Republican Ieeuedbythe Iliirrtiinl Inlillfilil- INrOlilORVKII tllIlllIlIl C K S IITIIIIII llr- e =E= r = cUQoarlCr5 nough Advertising Rates LocnlnotiecslUvnts Ir llm Hrnt hltlnll and flvoienu well Hnliuwmwit Inwrtlon- DUplny set iirlnrli 1 Inwrtlon I s i ii IriHtrtloiis lOIlclltlbII H 1 Dlsplny set per inch R I1IlIlItblit f- Ii 1 Display olectrotypi ptr huh a IIIlIlItllilM II It lie IS k Obltunry nnil Memory truth a+ onpront n worl or all over lVi words ruMlium t mvniiipiin manuscript or tbs nrtlrle will lie rut ilown to the required limit All obituary poetry onp tint n wore Cnsti We do Job Printing Irom cbemnwt to Itt Prices exceedingly low- FRIDAY JUNE 3- ANNOUNCEMENT Ion JAIIEK- Ve ore antliorlieil to nnnomirn IAMKS I JIOUTON as a rnudltlnte for the uric ot 11I1Ir or OhIo county suet to the notion ot the lit publican patty JAPS NEARING THE CITY Notwithstanding their recent loss of 12000 men the Japanese are within hailing distance of the gates of Port Arthur at lat There can be no doubt but that they will enter the cityand drive the Russians from it at the point of the bayonet as once the Russians beguiled the Japanese into giving up possession of a dipomatit protest That the Japanese are capable wan never more forcibly illua trated than in the steady march on Port Arthur resulting in the captun of Kin Chou the practical capture of Port Arthur itself By tho concentration of au awful force for the march to Port Arthur the Japanese were prepared for a1l emergeucies By feigned attacks they drew the fire of the Russians find ascertained the character and size of theirBy feigned withdrawal they tined the Russians with ovei confidence and at the right moment they struck with nil their strength loving thousands ot wan but gained their objective point The Russians have in tact been out eneralel and outfought at all points and the Japanese are practically at the tate of the besieged city There will lv hard fighting however before the gates are entered or even reached but with u bait beaten foe in trout flf them and with sentimental reasors for WJel ill IVt Arthur from the Russians Hie eMiati u indicates tbnt no human power can stop the trio umpjrtiit starch f the Japanese lUlU into the- THE c ty BLUE AND THE GRAY As it has always done Preston Morton Post G A R held memorial services in honor of the gallant dead and fittingly observed the day on which flowers are laidou their grave The daywas not observed in the universal manner that it seems that it might have been Many of those of the rapidly thinning runts of the gallant old warriors gathered to observe the day with fitly ceremonies but many who dunned either the bhie or tbe gray some forty years ago strew not flowers on hU fallen brothers graveWe believe that nothing can be more fitting and tjithing more con clusive to good cUizJuuhip tluiii in commemorating ttie dead the burg of forty years ago who shouldered their muskets in defense ot what they thought tn be riiiht and to whom the present and future generatiinn aria and will be exceedingly gratefu- lIt is gratifying however to note that in crtiueteriea where Federal and Confederate are buried there was equal distribution ot fl wrrd upon the grave of the hernea of the blue and the gray and that aM hatred bo tween the two pec ions ofnu impel iebahlft Uninn mule uplit indKirnc tiblo H ues has forever pwed fCERTAIN npwisprpcM wliii are Irs tile to till Nttii mil Adoiiiiialration have Sarttii a lt slIetaut criticip ing disinsiin t if itu+ ilnt in Iults mihtury iiru ril w i1 U viuv if ijur ing bin chances ut eltci11I mxt tall- President Ko evit is tiniitlv rp nrd cd as one ot the herons of tbrtPjnnish American war He won thin title from the fuel that thtl very tuoment War waa declared he resigned a cow Portable position organized a com pauy of Rough Riders and weul with them to the front to take pnrl in shy lighting that it became neces nary to do He did not lag behind anti remain in the United States until the war was about over and then take au extended trip to foreign pnrts at the expense of the government but he reached Cuba with two of his battalions in time to take part in the actual fighting Under fire ColRoose welt and his Rough Riders bore them selves welland won the admiratioi of the regular soldiers with whom hey fought He stands as an excel emit example of the brave and ere ijetic American soldier the kind onr nation can depend upon iu any graat struggle and as President has proven himself a Statesman of no less distinction and truly American AN exchange thinks that the lUau who whistles at all times in the street on the street cars and other places i aimply thoughtless It it had said simply a nuisance it would have been nearer correct JUDO U from recent evident the Mississippi lynchers always gin the rope the benefit of the doub provided the proposed victim is a black man t LORD STALESBUHY never consider ed that it was necessary to talk aud peoplJudgemind GROVEK CLEVELAND s favorit flower is a tulip Adlai E Steven sons a forgetme not William Jet mags Bryans the last rose of sun mer1IIE J fact that the uninstructe delegates to St Louis are muuerou andvery silent is giving the slier candidate some uneasiness Is it because Mr Hearst otlerei him S5OMO for bis support that Mr Watterson thinks Hearst crazy PARKER and Hearst each seems to have been successful in killing thi others political boom Resolution on the Death of Jug Birkheads Mother At A meeting of r ffirers of the OhIo Circuit Court and the members of the Harttord Far callrd tor the purpos of taking suitable action touching the death oJ the mother of our Honore Judge T F Bhkead which cccurrei on tine 2th day df Miy 194 held in the once of Glenn Rino in HArt ford Kentucky May 2Sh 19 4 or notion IlonorMhle J P Sanrierfu rS thcted Chrirmon find G B L kens Secretary of sold meeting rAe Chairman appointed the follow injr cnn mittee ou resolutions to WIT Bin D Ringo H P Taylor S A Anderson J S Glenn and G B Likens to draft resolutions touching the death of Mrs Miranda Birkhead SaId committee retired and reports to said meeting the following resolu ionM Whereas The rfficers of the Ohio Circuit Court and the memoir + of the Hartford Bar gave htard with sorrow ot the death of Mrs Mirana Btik heiid mother of our Honored Judge which ocurred on the 27th day ol May 19 4 it is our purpose and the purpose ot this meeting to express our sympathy and condolence with the Judge of this Curt and there fore Be it resolved That we tender tc fudge T H Bikhead Judge of out Ohio Circuit Court our sincerest s it row and sympathy in thid sad how af his bereavement and that we com menu him to HIm that doeth al things well Be it resolved Thnt as a tribute respect to the Hot T F Birkheart Judge of the Ohio Circuit Court thm this Court standacjourret until Monday May 30th I9i 4 aud tba J E F gle bs Hppolnted to present the rtsotntons in open Court and that the Birue bbpreid upon the records of the Ohio Circuit Curt and It copy thereot he presented to Judjje Birkhead On motiun this meetings now ad turned H P TMLOR S A ANDIRSON J S GLENN Com G B LIKENS i BEN U RINGO J A Still Hunt is the title ofa lit tIe story in Llpplncotts for June by A Maynard Barbour which is sng festive of Sherlock Holmes but with a human sentiment very endearing tll- the reader POPULAR FIRM Doing a Great Business in The ImplementTrade Twelve Buggies Sold Last Saturdaya Record Breaker About three years ago the firm of- T J Turley Co opened up un Implement Seed and Fertilizer store in our quiet little city of Hartford Mr Rice Jesse opened up time busine or them in a swat temporary store building on the east side of the pub Sic square Within a few months thereafter the building now used for a ware room vas erected for them Before the first season was half passed the mammoth building was filled to overflowing with the latest improved arming machinery Wag ons Buggies Seeds of all kinds an lois upon top of tons of the bs grndts of Ftriihzir This popular firm has grown in favor and esteem from tne very begin nirig and before the business in the county was a year and a hall aida other mammoth storehouse was bilk with nccet saiicsof the induslriouslai mer so that now jou can select rom their large and vated stock anythinj you want Irom the most meager to the largest article oS Hardware Bugles Aagons or anything in the tine 01 farming implements Their Wagons thefamous Mitchell and Stud b kei have won fame wherever put on the market Their buggies the Ames of almost worldwide lame wilt cere talnly plta e the most skeptical ill fact you must be pleased for the hnve the latest designs and tht pteltust ever shown in Hartford Twelve Buggies sol 1 and deli red last Situray by this progressivi firm is on illustration of the recon they are making in nil the lines There is hardly a day but that sen good farmer or business man drive away from T J Turley Cos plat of business with a new wagon a rev bulgy a new cultSvaor some useful and valuable farming implement II wagon load of fertilizir seed wire 01 omt thing needful in their b 9iiVSS The people have cofidence In tht firm of T J Turley Co whose busi real is being conducted htr uy the meslimnble uentl men Messrs H K Birkhead and Capt J G itowu- Much has been added to the business I mere t ol our town by the pr ser+ ce of his popular firm ot business rues who do business in business WHY To the Democracy ofOhio County By order of the Democratic Stat Executive Committee of Kentucky A chll is hereby made for the Democracy of Ohio county to meet in was convention at the court house In Hartford Ky on Saturday June 4 1904 at i oclock pm for the put ose of electing or appointing dole rates to the State Convention to beheld In the city of Louisville 01 Thursday June 9th 194 The Democrats ot said county are earnestly entreated to attend both the county ind State conventions that every Democrat may to some extent par ticipate in the selection of Democracy standard bearers for Presiden aud Vice PresidentT SMITU Chmn G B LIKRNS Secy A pretty kettle of fish is that de picted in the short story in Lippin oils for June called Her Husband It by Anne Warner She allures a sus neptlb e gentleman to speak rather suggestively before her husband and when the S G expects ejectment hi finds Her Husband is deaf and dumb CarsonJohnson- Mr Albert Carson was united In marriage to Miss Lettie Johnson at the home of the brides parents No Creek Wednesday at 10 oclock a m Rev J W Caatrill spoke the words that joined the young hearts life for They left immediately for Louisville where they will wake their home The bride Is one of Ohli I All Humors Arc impure matters which tIle skin liver kidneys and other organs cannot take euro of without help there is such an accumulation of them They litter the wholo system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetites that tired feeling bilious turns fits of Indigcs tion dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcomo all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the whole system I had salt rheum on my hands so that 1 could not work I took Hoods Sarsapartlla and it drove out the humor I continued Its uso till the sores disappeared Mns IBA O BROWN Rumford Farts Me Hoods Sarsaparllla promises ts cure and keeps tho promises countys most lovable young lartUr and belongs to one of the very best families In the county The groom is a prominent young business mat of Louisville being a trusted and hot ored employe of the firm of C S Viss man Co of that place- Decoration Day It is to me a matter of profound regret that the Grand Army veteran of Ohio county failed to fitly recog nizs decoration day Monday It is as it a victorious army retired from the field to easy bivouacs unmlndfu alike of the woundeds wail for succn and the deads voiceless prayer for burialHas the lapse of time callousec the veterans heart to the memory of his comrade who fought and fell be side him forty years aO If the nov surviving fragment of that once vas army suffers memorial day to paft unobserved will they ask us win were born amid the faint and dying echoes of those guns of war to keep their own graves green When the last veteran ha surrendered to tha speared and armored toe that haN never known defeat civilan hands will bank their graves with fjajranct breathing blooms but while a veteran lives his place is in the van of the memorial march That awful deluge of death is now far behind us and may we never see its like Again but it marked a period in the annals of mankind A form ol jrovtrnment tiat recognize the free dom nnd equality of men was an ex pertinent with the experience ot all ages against it It went to final trial in a conflict the fierceness of which astraadedall the nations of tilt earth Daring and courage at the North met daring and courage at the South and for four years the bloody carnival of war was drown out But the Union livedun imperishable product of human progress and an cndunnsr monument to a loyal sol diery Shall the dead defender ol the nations unity sleep like mcorpse of the potters field in an uqp cored grave Shall he who risks or gives his life for his countrys weal be in death forgotten Shall the soldier who followed the fortunes of war with the nightlong march through mud and storm or from broken sleep dis turbed by dreams of home and wife and children awoke at dawn to brave the fury of a maddened foe that not a star should be plucked from the field of blue who bga only for a wreath of flowers on his grave beg in vair When decoration day returns again let us hope that each Grand Army Post will lead in this beautiful and patriotic service at the graves of their comrade dead in which we all shall be pleased to lend our aid OWEN ONGWE Painful Accident- Mr Albert Harrison a farmer near Narrows met with a painful and perhaps serious accident Saturday He was plowing and one of his shoes hurting his foot he pulled it oil and went to plowing barefooted Passing over a burned out stuwp the roots of which were a bed ot UTe coals concealed nnder a covering of ashes be stepped into them and burned his foot severely It Is feared that his foot may have to be amputated Farmers Meeting at Dundee The county union of the Farmers Cooperate Union will meet at Dun dee tomorrow About forty lodges of this Union have been organized in the northern end of the county and as each local lodge is entitled to three del 9sk in the County Union about a noftcred and twenty delegates are expected at the Dundee meeting c Y Ia 1 1t7 tti ebbAarQ- SN7VwlMII I l + M M N l Ta1kffl all 1 aI H 3 OJe CountyQ X11 U U a 00 bA IQI2 1 Stylish Headwear baa famous those them receive The constant rivals of nuv things U Millinery gives to each customer an unbroken stock U from which to led Our our prices right antioUI of this gether with ourbF unsurpassed ability to please places us hotter po bit sition to serve you thrill anywhere else you can go Ladies Oxfords We are certainly showing the mot complete line 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ceive its value 111 something you need remembering its think in which w 1 without juestion already 4stlrpil s Clothing Millinery and Dress Goods IV i iliII AI I WeAreThe You want to See when you are buying Pants Shoes Slippers Shirts Collars Suspenders Ties Hats Underwear Corsets Dry Goods and Notions Groceries Hardware STOVES HARNESS and SAD DLERY etc Who Are We The Brown Mercantile Co lNCOUlOHATED P SWe Want Your Feathers Wool Poultry and Eg- gsHfwrwujwriiiwmv a Mrr 11 i l i + f t t N oI- r rr e- J o 6b I f r 1 i i p J If t 1rl 0- J o t t 4 EaBARNES llRO f A3L P f Barnes Shoes J For ilea are everything that style quality and prico can make thorn They are horn in all the now spring lasts in the lace blucher lowcuts make of kangaroo calf box call velour calf Vii 5 Jit kangaroo and patent leather 2 I tOur 150 Line 7 This lino consists of Shoes made up with plain rtoes and all tho new narrow toes anlshow asj mud style in shape as other lines at more money jj Made of Kangaroo Call Casco Calf and Vici Kid L t Our 200 and 250 Line Zs At these two pric s wo mil give you the lace or fr blucher shape plain or any shape in the narrow ftoes inado in all the leathers except the patent in lowcuts 2 ialso 4Our 300 350 and 400 Lines All tho beauty of style and finish that the most 4experiencr1leSibner can conceive is embodied invmade from the very best cor leathery the manufacturers can procure You can lily them in lowcuts plain toes and all the new cz narrow lasts Made of Vici Kangaroo Velour Z Patent staler and Box Cult + Boys Wear Shoes Remembering that all mOil wore once boys and i that men must still come form the same source we jrj are well equipped to satisfy the most particular v lboyfur nuys Shops are sized from 8 to Hi r12 to 2s and 3 too Made of Cjisco calf Box cor Js Cull Vici and Iateht leather and are priced at- Oll X123 lr0 200 and 22r T Summer Coats Vests and Pants Mens Straw Hats and Summer Millinery + 44 Ladies lens and Boys Underwear Fans Belts Collars and Umbrellas + Hose HalfHose Handkerchiefs and Neckwear 4 t Gloves Hairpins PuffCombs Hair Ornament BeaVer Darn I y ft tM Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 3 illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo North Itnuiul Soiitli Ilninul IIINoinNoNo12dulwpm No 131 Hot Fish at City Restaurant I See that new line of Candies at City Restau jOut of sight People that know value buy their i readymade Skirts at Fairs j For fresh Crackers go to City Restaurant Latest styles in Low Cut Shoes at j SAM BACHS i Mrs W N Martin is visiting her son Mr R B Martin and family I Fairs the cash buyers and cash I sellers Money to you to trade with them Drop in at City Restaurant Every thing first close I If you dont think I urn selling out at reduced prices just come and see- R T ILER Hartford Ky We want to sell you Flooring Cell lug and Varandas for your HARTFORD bouseI See our Special Trimmed Hats for j ladles misses and children Prices i 100 t5and 2 oo ECONOMY STORE Get your Meals at the City Restau rant Everything fin tcUs3 Drs Yewell King Osteopaths tear rooms I A Thomas corner upstairs Hartford Ky Conaulation and examination free tf Mrs W H Moore has tone to she will visit her sop ilweek iClt Restaurant wants your trade We strive to pirntie IGents furnishing gouda a specialty ECONOMY STORE Mr Jake Coleman Louisville vis ited in Hertford last week Mrs Sam Bach and little daughter are visiting relatives in Chicago No jewing or dickering on Clothing at Fairs Prices are right Styles perfect Big assortment of midsummer Mil liner Ribbons Lacesall the latest nt Fairs sumI mer Wash Goods at Fairs Nice sheer styles only ten cents Get your Meals and Lunches dar ing court at City Restaurant Every thing good to eat See our new Spring Shoes and Slip pers All latest styles ECONOMY STORE Ice Cream Soda and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Order your Meals at City R staur ant duMng Circuit court and get what you want The value of our business shows that our customers get full value for their money CARSON Co Col C M Barnett arrived from Louisville yesterday to spend several days with his family E E Blrkhead attended the funer al of his grandmother at Owentboro Sunday Ice Crtam at Griffins drug store at anytime All kinds of cooling drinks a specialty Your patronage appre tate d Sherman Park returned yesterday from a visit to his father Esq J A Park who in located at Cloverport B q Park has been sick but Is very mh improved Elvis Stevens Beaver Dam called to see us Wednesday The Victor Shoes the best fine Shoes made for menon at Fairs Rev L W Tichenor Matanzns made us a pleasant call Wednesday Mr R R Lee Simmermnn made a business trip to Louisville the first of the week Fairs Embroideries are from 5 to roc per yard cheaper than soH elsewhere Dr J J Mitchell and daughter Miss Jessie visited Mrs E G Barrass Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs S V Britton and little daughter are theguestsof relatives here Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 4 5tf Largest assortment embroiders Till BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Mr and Mrs A D White returned the first of the week from a few days visit to Iriends at Auburn Ky Hartford Mill Co has all kinds of Doors Windows and Mouldings at ow prices One hundred dollars to be given away in Crystal Presncut Glassware Call for coupons ECONOMY STORE If you are going to the Worlds Fairyou will need a Trunk Suit Case or Telescope Fairs have the best line Mr and Mrs Hooker Williams and children were the guest ot Mr and Mrs Wayne Griffin the first of the week Lem McHenry Jr Louisville spent a few days in Hartford the first of the week the guest of his mother Mrs E G Barrass and little son Maurice Mitchell have returned from a weeks visit to her parents in Bearer Dam Mr T S Marks who was called to Louisville Saturday on account of the illness of his brother has re turned home Uptodate slippers womens and children All Style Till BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Our produce department is im mense We buy every thing you have to cell Load up your wagon And come to see us CARSON Co When in need of a new Suit of Clothes dont fail to see our line You will find the nicest style- EcoNoMI STORE We will deliver ice from 5 to 7 oclock in the morning can be bad at shop all hours during the day Your patronage solicted MOORE CRABTREE The Hartford Mill Company is pre pared to furnish all kinds of lumber and building supplies at its plant here R bhon sale at the Economy Store next Saturday May 2Sand Saturday June 4 MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH When you go shopping why not go where you can get anything you want Carson Cos mammoth store Is the place to go Mr Amos Carson of the firm of Carson Bros who is engaged in bus Incas at Louisville is with us for a short while He paid THE R WvBLtc AN a pleasant call Wednesday Mr R C Taylor baa moved with his family to his farm near Matanzaa to spend the summer months They will return to Hart ford about the last of August pndergoingmenta A dancing halt is also being built In the grove near the spring Marvin Bean has charge of the work Mr John Sampson Basket Station visited his brother William Sampson Saturday who was recently sentenced to the penitentiary for the murder of George Cox j Mr A H Rowan will surrender Hotellthehis farm near Nucklea Mr A B Riley will assume control imme diately The lecture delivered at court hall Tuesday evening by Dr J D Maddox on Prisons and Prisoners was well attended and attentively heard The doctor gets into the spirit of his subject and tells you something about it 1 tf Nicest lines oIhlits Candies Cakes c in Hartford pit City Restaurant Bring your Wool to the Economy Store j v- MKH I ARAH COUIM SMITH Mrs RevWtr Miller and little son Lafayette Visited relatives in St Louis the first Jof the week We buy Ginseng and herbs TILE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky A complete line of Hamilton Brown ladies and geptu Slippers just re ceived SAM BACH Our grocejyrts headquarters for good things tooffi Come and get prices and you will be sure to buy goods CARSON Co Mrs R D Walker entertained Mr and Mrs L M Render Mrs W D Majors and J D Coleman at lunch eon Friday evening The Fordsville Masonic Lodge will conductimemorial services at the grave of Dr Meador at Pleasant Grove on Sunday June 12 1904 A basket dinner will be served Little Miss Gracie Forrester went to Owensboro Saturday to be the guest of her cousins Mr and Mrs M T Westmoreland Mn Westmore land and litte Miss Hattie May will accompany her home Judge J P Miller will address the farmers at the next meeting of the Farmers Club which will be held nt Prentis on Saturday June n at 2 oclock p m Everybody Is invited to attend Mr Oway Yates ol Rochester is visiting Esq Jas A Park and family this week He in company with Mr Estill Park will spend the remainder of the week in the country and will visit his uncle Joe Park and family Miss Laura Hurt a young lady living near Barretts Ferry who has been suffering a pairifu aflliqUoB of her left eye had the organ tvkn out recently Drs Baker ol Madison ville and Miller of Sulphur Springs performed the operation The young lady is improving r+ pioly Miss Ida May Parkcity will leave for Whitesville Tuesday morning to be present at the marriage of Mr Jas Lowe and Miss Mabel Holland which will take place Wednesday at 230 oclock Mr Clarence Smithuf Owensboro will be the best man and I Miss Park will be the brides IaidI of honoriDr J D Maddox of Rockport has j quit the practice of Medicine and en tered the lecture field under the aus pices of the D L Moody Bible In stitute Colportape Association of Chicago It can be truly said that the medical profession has lost a strong factor and the lecture field has gained an able and forcible speaker i I ruggestlonsjt We want to suggest to you tho importance of you i doing your May shopping with us Our reason for making such suggestions are these 1st Wo 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 foundationwe have been able to make for ourselves a living profit as well as share liberally with the cash buying public Suggestion No1 0 0 Our Belts Fans Lace Collars Shirt Waist Sets Turnovers Belt Buckles Ribbons Em broideries Laces Hosiery etc are the latestand our prices are lower than credit selling houses Suggestion No2 0Our new India Linens Dimities White Mer cerized Waistings liques Fancy Wash Goods Silk Mulls Woolen Dress Goods Silks etc Their quality and cheapness are the chat of the town Suggestion No 3 v 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 0 0Our new clothing The best line of Mens Pants Suits Youths Pants and Suits and Ohil hens Clothing to be found in Hartford When you buy a suit from us you know exactly what 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 r 7 AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt o 55 o o 000 o oo o o Q + oo fi I Just from the Eastern Markets E 4 i4 I bit 14 Where we have purchased big lot of new goods such as ClothiTig Hats Dress = 4 Goods Shoes and in fact everything needed to dress you up in the latest style as u Our Clothing = The famous STERLING brand cannot be excelled for = neatness beauty or durability Remember we guarantee every Sterling Suit we sell Prices of ihese goods range from ifr 6 to 2250 gA Our Line of Shoes The celebrated Hamilton Brown will better sat y ItheWe will the unequaled low y tsecureheavy Hickory Shirting Tic extra heavy Bedticking 15c lit per yard Ladles Hos 5c a pair Childrens Hose 5c a pair = YtMens300size 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 anylothelCome to see us and we will do the rest 1 4Yoursfor B4si1esstfl y 1 SAM BACH Hartford Itfl Yt i arr ct Huu HnHd HATE BONNETTua ROMANCE or A PIRATES DAUGHTER L By FRANK lGyr R v STOCKTON JCopjrtgtit 1WB t r D Apploton k Co New York CHAPTER XXI- BELIZE I HERE were not man captains of merchant men In the early part at the eighteenth century who cared to tail into the Gulf of Honduras thud body of water being such a favorite resort of pirates But no such fears troubled the mind of the skipper of the brig Belinda which was now making the best ol her way towards the port of Belize She was a sturdy vessel and carried no prejudices Sometimes she was laden with goods bought from the pi rates and destined to be sold to hon est people and again she carried commodities purchased from those who were their legal owners and in tended for the use of the bold rascal who sailed under the Jolly Roger Then as now it was impossible fur thieves to steal all the commodities they desired some things must be bought Thus serving the pirates as Well as honest traders the sloop Be linda feared not to sail the Gulf ol Honduras or to cast anchor by the town of Belize l- As the good ship approached her port Kate Bonnet kept steadfastly on deck during most of the daylight her yes searching the surface of the wa ter for something which looked like her fathers ship the Revenge True Mr Newcombe had written her that Maj Bonnet had given up piracy and businessshould see the Revenge the sight would be of absorbing interest to her She was a girl of quick observation and good memory but the town came in view and she had seen no vessel which reminded her of the Revenge As soon as the anchor was dropped Kate wished to go ashore but her uncle would not hear of that He must know something definite before ha trusted Kate or hlmsdtf in such a lawless town as Belize toe captain who was going ashore could make in quiries and Kate must wait In a little room at the back of a large low storehouse not far from the pier sat Stede Bonnet and his faithful friend and servitor Ben Greenway The storehouse was crowded with goods of almost every imaginable description and even the room back of It contained an overllow of bad boxes and barrels At a small table near a window sat the Scotchman and Bonnet the latter reading some roughly written lists descriptions and quau Utica of goods the value of each item being estimated by the canny Scotch man who set down the figures upon another list Presently Bonnet put- down his papers and heaved a heavy sigh which sigh seemed to harmon ize very well with his general appear ance He carried no lonir upon him the countenance of the old oRlc er who In uniform and flowing feather trod the quarterdeck of the Revenge but bore the expression of a man who knew adversity yet was not able to humble himself under It He wad bent and borne down although not yet broken Had he len broken he could better have accommodated himself tu his present case His clothes were those of the common class of civilian and there was that about him which Indicated that ho cared no more for neatness or good looks Ben Greenway he said this is too much Now have I reached the depth in my sorrow at which all my strength leaves me I cannot read these lists The Scotchman looked up Is there no light enow he asked Light said Bonnet there Is no light anywhere all Is mrrkinoss and gloom The goods which you hat e been lately estimating are all uiy own taken from my own ship by that arch traitor and chief devil BJaokbeard 1 have read the names of them to you and I have remembered many of them and 1 have not weakened but now comes a task which li too great for mo These things which follow were all in tended for my daughter Kate Silks and satins nnd cloth ct gold ribbons and tine linen laces und ornaments all these I selected for my dear daugh ter and by day and by night 1 have thought of her appareled in fine raiment more richly dressed than any lady in Harbadous My daughter my beautiful my firoud Kate And now what has it all come to All these are gone Imsoly stolon from me by that Blackbird Ben Gnenwny loolted up Who stole from ye he said what ye had already stolen from its rightful owners An tliiak ye he continued that your bnnst daughter Kato would deign to array honcl is stolen goods no iiriuor how rich they might happen to IH An think ye she could hold LI hi r hiiul II the good people o Ti HHaown coulil point nt her an say M vrtj at he UlhllJ daughter how line i1 AJI think yc that Mr Mart vswcombe woiikl talc into his tj J house an hame a wife wha hadn come honestly by her clothes I I tell ye Master Bonnet that ye should ex alt your soul in thankfulness that ye are no longer a dishonest mon an that whatever raiment your daughter may now wear no a sleeve or button o It was purloined an stolen by her fatherAt moment there was a knock at the door and the captain of the Bo linda came in IGood day sir said that burly I And this Is Capt Bonnet I am sure for I have seen him before though garbed in another fash ion and I come to bring you news I have just arrived at this port In my iloop and I bring with me front Kingston your daughter Mistress Kate Bonnet her uncle Mr Delaplalne and a good dame named Charter Stede Bonnet turned pale as he had never turned pale before My daughter he gasped My daughter Kate Yes said the captain she is on my ship yearning and moaning to se youFrom Kingston 1 murmured Bonnet I Yes said the other and on fire to see you since she heard you wer hereMaster Bonnet exclaimed Ben Greenway rising we must hasten to that vessel perhaps this good captain will now tak us there In his boat Bonnet fixed his eyes upon the floor Ben Greenway he said I cannot How I have longed to see my daugh ter and how time and again and time and again I have pictured our meet ing I have seen her throw herself into the arms of that noble officer her father I have heard her bathed in filial tears forgive me everything because of the proud joy with which she looked on me and knew I wan net father Greenway I cannot gol I have dropped too low and I am ashamed to meet her Ashamed that ye are honest cried the Scotchman Ashamed that sin nae longer besets ye an that ye art lifted above the thief an the cut purse Master Bonnet Master Bon net in good truth I am ashamed o yeVery well said the captain of the Belinda I have no time to waste If you will not go to her she een must come to you I will send my boat for her and the others and you shall wait for them here- I will not walt exclaimed Bonnet I dont dare to look into her eyes Behold these clothes consider my mean employment Shall I abash my self before my daughter Master Bonnet exclaimed Green way hastily stepping to tho doorway through which the captain had de r Cs c WITH Ins KArK ULIUED IN HIS KOhDKD AlMS VTJItCn IKSTKl flON THH TAULK STKLT HON NEW KIUKIVKD HIS IMUOHTKll parted ye shallna tie yoursel to the sits o time dell ye shallna run awa an hide yoursel from your daughter wha seeks in tears an groans for Der unworthy father Sit down Mas ten Bonnet an wait here until your guitl daughter comes The Belindas captain had Intended to send his boat hart to his vessel but now ho determined to take her hlaiEilf This was such a strange sit tvition that it might utcil explanation Kue suvujueil when he made known lIa e1 and Vnat she cried my father in the town and did he noi tome back with you Is he sick 1 IK wounded Is ho In chains And niy Dlckory cried Dame Clir r was ho not there lies hf not yet returned to time town It mist now be a long time since he went away 1 know not anything more thin I 1nvn told you said the captain And I t Mr Dliiplnlru and the two ladles will get into my boat 1 will quleklv tall you to tire tows and show you vLere you may linn Cain Bonnet and learn all you wish to know When the little party reached the town It attracted a great deal bf attention from the rough roisterers win were strolling about or gambling In shady places When the captain of the Belinda mentioned here and Were that these newcomers were the famll of Blackboards factor who now had charge of that pirates interests in the town no one dared to treat the elder ly gentleman the pretty young lady or the rotund dame with tho sllghtec disrespect The name of the great pirate was a safe protection even when ho who bore It was leagues awl leagues away At the door of the storehouse Ben Greenway stood waiting He would have hurried down to the pier had it not been that he was afraid to leav Bonnot afraid that this shamefaced expirate would have hurried away to hide himself from his daughter and his friends Kate running forward grasped the Scotchman by both hands And where is be she cried He is in there said Ben polutinj through the storeroom to the opei door at the back In an instant she was gone And Dickory cried Dame Charter Oh Ben Greenway tell me of mj boyThey wont Inside and Greenway toM everything he knew which was very much although it was not enough U comfort the poor mothers heart who could not readily believe that bocaus Dickory had sailed away with a grea and powerful pirate that eminent man would be sure to bring him back u safety but as Greenway really be lieved this his words made some Im pression on the good dames heart She could see some reason to believe that Blackbeard having now so much property In the town might make a short cruise this time and that any day the Revenge with her dear son on board might come sailing late portWith I his face burled in his folded arms which rested on the table SteJt j Bonnet received his daughter At first she did not recognize him never having seen him in such mean ap parel but when he raised his hoad she knew her father Closing the dboi behind her she folded him In her arms After a little leaving the win dow they sat together upon a bale of goods which happened to be a rug from the orient of wondrous richness i which Bonnet bad reserved for the floor of his daughters room I Never my dear he said did II dream you would see me in plight I blush that you should look at meBlush she exclaimed her own cheeks reddening and you an honest man and no longer a freebooter and rover of the sea My heart swells with pride to think that your life ia so chnngedIcannot understand what 1 feel Kato he exclaimed with sudden energy 1 was a man among men a chief over many I was powerful I was obeyed on every side I looked the bold cap tain that I was my brave uniform and my sword betokened the rank I held And Kate you can never know the pride and exultation with which I stood upon my Qlarterdeck and scanned the sea master of all that might come within my vision How my heart would swell and my Wood run wild when I beheld In the dis tance a proud ship her sails all spread her colors flying heavily laden hastening onward to her port How I would stretch out my arm to that proud ship and say Let down those I sails drop all those flaunting flags for you are mine 1 im greater than your I captain or your king If I glvo the command down you go to the bottom with all your people all your goods all your banners and emblazonments down to the bottom never to be seen again Ksie shuddered and to crn to cry Oh father she exclaim u dont say tbs Surely JMU never did such thlauj as that quletII done it all had it pleased me and It j was this sense of power that made my heart beat so proudly I took no life Kate If it could be helped and when 1 hal stripped a ship of leer goods I put her pjjplv upon short bore I i burned her Kate bowed her head in her hands And of all this you aro proud my ItIsaid he glory you would have been proud of me Per haps yet In an instant she had clapped her I hand over his mouth You shall not say It she exclaimed 1 Lave seized upon you and I shan mold you No more freebooters life for you no mars blood no more fire I shall take you away with me Not to Bridgetown for there Is no happiness for either of us there bt to Spanish Town Them wilt my uncle we shall all be happy Uiycthtr You will again vamler over your Holds and I shall be with you CIOPSII ride to view your vast herds of cattle those splendid creatures their great herds uplifted their nostrils to the I breeze Truly my Kate said Bonnot i that was a grout sight there wore no cattle tuner on the Island thin were mine And so shall they be again my father said Kate her arm aroundI his neck I It was then that lien Greunway knocked upon the door Stcdo Bonnets mind hail been so much excited by what ho had been talking about that he saluted His J brotherinlaw and Damo Charter without once thinking of his clothes They looked upon him as if ho wero somo unknown foreigner a person en tirely removed from their customary sphere Was this the once respectable Stede Bonnet asked Dams Charter to herself Did such a man marry my sister thought Mr Dolaplalne They might have been surprised had they mot hint as a pirate but his appear anco as a pirates clerk amazed them Towards the end of the day Mr Del aplalne and his party returned to tin Belinda for there was no lit place for them to lodge In the town Although urged by all Stedo Bonnet would not accompany them Whon persuasion had bocn exhausted Ben Greenway promised Kato that he would be re sponsible for her fathers appearance the noxt day feeling safe In so doing for even should Bonnets shame re turn them was no Ukoly way iu which he could avoid his friends CHAPTER XXII WISE MR DliUAPUAlNE y ARLY in the next toroR noon Kato and her com panlons prepared to mako another visit to the town Naturally she wanted to be with her father as much as possible and to exert upon him such influences as mlgh make him forget in tho so called glories of his pirallife sad re turn with her and her undo to Span ish Town where she believed thus misguided man might yet surrender himself to tho rural joys of other days Nay more he and she might hope for still further happiness in a Jamaica home for Madam Bonnet would not be thereAs she came up from below Impa tient to depart Kate noticed getting over tho side a gentleman who had just arrived In a small boat Ho way tall and goodlooking and very hand somely attired in a rich suit such as was worn at that day by French and Spanish noblemen A sword with an elaborate hilt was by his side and on his head a high cocked hat There was flan lace at his wrists and bosom and he wore silk stockings and silver buckles on his shoes Kate started at meeUoc hero a stran ger and in such an elaborate attire She had read of the rich dress of men of rank in Europe but her eyes had never fallen upon such a costume The gentleman advanced quickly toward her holding out his hand She shrank back What dud it mean Then in a second she saw her fa thers face This fine gentleman this dignified and graceful man was Indeed Stede Bonnet He had been so thoroughly ashamed of his mean attire on the preceding day that he had determined not again id meet his daughter and Mr Delaplalne In such vulgar guise So from the resources of the storehouses he had drawn forth a superb suit of clothe sent westward for the governor of one of the French colonies He excused himself for taking it from Blackboard s treasure house not only on account ol the demands of the emergency but be cause he himself had taken it before from a merchantman Father cried Kate what has happened to you I never saw such 1 fine gentleman Bonnet smiled with complacency and removed his cocked hat- I always endeavor my dear said he to dress myself according to mj station Yesterday not expecting tr see you I was In a sad plight 1 would have preferred you to meet me in m naval uniform but as that Is now tc- say the least inconvenient and as I reside on shore in tit capacity of ft merchant or business man 1 attire myself to suit my present condition Ah toIi graciously slinking hands with Dame Charter that I left my faithful Scotchman in our storehouse in thu town it being necessary for some one t r wend to our possessions there Oihirv is r should have brought him with me my good Dame Charter for I am sure you would have found his cotipany acceptable He Is a faithful mar amid an horniest one although I am itiuaJ to say that If he were less of a PIe illellan and more of a man ol the world his conversation might sometimes be more agreeable I titer a time Maj Bonnet proposed a row upon the harbor he had brought a large boat with four oarsmen lor this purpose Mr Delaplaine objected a little to this fearing the presence of BonnetIloftllytions I am the business representative of the great Blackboard he said the most powerful pirate In the woiia You are safer here than In any other port ou the American coast When they were out upon the wa tel moving against the gentle breeze Bonnet disclosed the object of his ex I cursion I am going to take you said lie to visit some of the noted I pirate ships which are anchored in this harbor There are vessels here which are quite famous and commanded by renowned Brethren of the Coast I think you will all be greatly interested In these and under my convoy you need fear no danger Dame Charter and Kate screamed hi their fricht and Mr Delaplaine turned pale Visit pirate ships ho cried i Rather I would have supposed that i you would keep away from them as fur as you could For myself I would I have them a hundred miles distant il It were possible- BonnetI laughed loftily It will be I visits of ceremony that we shall pity and with all duo ceremony shall wo ho received Pull out to that vessel he said to the oarsmen Thou turning to the others he remarked That slooi is the Dripping Blade commanded by Capt Sorby whoso name strikes term throughout the Spanish Main Ay und In other parts of tho ocean I can assure you for he huts sailed northwnn nearly as far as I intro but he has not yet rivaled me I know hint havlni dune business with him on shore H is a most portentous person as you will soon see Oh hither cried Kate dont takeI us thui i will kill us Just to loot upon ouii dreadful plrutcs I lira you turn the boat Oh If Dlckory wore here gasper Dame Charter ho would turn tho boa himself he would never allow mo toI be taken among those awful wretches Mr Doluphilne said nothing It W19 too late to expostulate but ho trembled as ho sat I cannot turn bock my dear said Bonnet even If I would for the grea Sorby Is now on deck lId looking nt us as wo approach As tho boat drew up by the side at the Dripping Bin do the renowned Sor by looked down over the sldo He wa a rodheaded man his long hair am beard dyed yellow In some places by the sun He was grievous to look upon and like to create in the mind or- an imaginative person the imago of a sunburned devil on a holiday Goodday to you Goodday SIr Bonnet cried tiro pirate captain come on board come on board all ut you wife daughter father if suet they be Well let down ladder and I shall feast you finely Nay nay good Capt Sorby re plied Bonnet with courteous dignity my family and I have just stopped toI pay you our respects They have heard of your great prowess for I have told them They may never have aI chance again to look upon another ol your fame Heaven grant It said Dame Charter In nor heart If I get out of this I stay upon dry land forever Every pirate face on board that Ill conditioned sloop now glared over he rail their eyes fixed upon the goodly company In the little boat their horrid hair and boards stained and matted It would have been hard to tell bj whatOh father father panted Kate please row away What If they should now jump down ujon us1 Goodday goodday my brave Capt Sorby said Bonnet we must een row away we have other craft to visit but would first do honor to you and your bold crew Capt Sorby lifted high his great be spattered hat and every grinning de mon of the crew waved hat or tag or pall or cutlass and set up a discordant yell in honor of their departing visitors Oh go not to another father pleaded Kate her pale face in tears visit no more of them I pray you Ay truly keep away from them said Mr Delaplaine I am no coward but I vow to you that I shall dlo ol fright if I come close to another ol those floating hells There are other ships whose cap talus I know said Bonnet and where you would have been well received but If your nerves are nut strung enough for the courtesies I have to offer we will return to the Be linda When safe again on board their vessel after the sudden termination of their protected tour of calls on pirates Kate took her father aside anti enterci Into earnest conversation with him while Mr Delaplalm much milled In his temper although In general of a most undid disposition said aside tl Dame Charter He is as mad as a March hare What other parent 01 this earth would convey his fair youni laughter into the society of these vile beasts which In Ma eyes are valiant hjruei We must got him back with us Dame Charter wo must get him back And If he cannot be constrained by love and goodwill tea decent and a Christian life we must shut him up And if his daughter weeps and raves we must een stiffen our determination and shut him up It shall he my pur pose now to hasten tho return of the brig Tunroa room enough for all null he and the Scotchman must go back with us The governor shall dual with him and whether it bo on my estate or behind strong bars ho shall spend the rest of his days upon the island of Jamaica and so know the sea no more Tho captain of the Belinda was very willing to mako a profitable voyage back to Jamaica but his vessel must be well laden before ho could do this Goods enough there were at Belize for that purpose for Blackboards supplies Were all for sale and his chief clerk Bonnet hind the selling of them Shall parties being llkomliulcd the Be linda soon began to take ou goods for KingstonThe next morning there came a letter from Stode Bonnet to his daughter Kate In which he toll her that it was absolutely impossible for him to return to the humdrum and stupid life of sugarplanting and cat tleraising Having tasted tine glories of a pirates career he could never again be contented with plain country I pursuits So he was off find away the bounding sea beneath him timid the brave Jolly Roger floating over iris head lIe would not tell his deal daughter whore he was none or what he intended to do for she would be happier if she did not know He sent her his vannost love and desired to be most kindly remembered to her un cle and to Damo Charter lie would make it his business that a correspon denco should be maintained be coin him and his dear Kato and hetRnot I from time to tlmo to send her presents which would help her to know how constantly he loved her Kato had never fainted In her Hf Vr but whets she had Mulshed this letter situ went down lift un her uncle Leaving his nlecu to the good olllcca of Damo Charter Mr Deluplaine breathing hotly went ashore accom panied by the 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DEATHS In Louisville Were Twen tyTwo in Five Days Louiavllle Ky May 3oDuring the five days last week from Thursday until Saturday all the records of the city and country lor murders suicides and violent deaths were broken Dr Harris Kelly the corner said yester day that never before In the history of the corners office were there so many suicides murders and acciden tal deaths In so short a space of timeSeven cases of suicide three mur ders and twelve violent deaths occurred The suicides are as follows Unknown man found hanging In a tree three miles out of the city on the Cane Run road Harry Johns carbolic acid Robert Edwards morphine John Dressen carbolic acid Julian Courts jumped out of a window In Columbia building William Schwad jumped out of window at city hos pital Miss Fldelus M Brand carbol ic AcidThe murders are as follows Ed ward Loyd stabbed In neck by Charles Franch colored John Burk colored stabbed over the heart by Joe Edward colored William Broyles shot In mouth by Jerry Landers Besides the murders and suicide twelve persons died violent deaths eleven of them being victims of the explosion of the towboat Fred Wil son SAULLHOUS May 31Mr and Mrs P B Tay lor and little son John Ross return ed Saturday from Beaver Dam after several days visit to relatives They also attended the district conference while there Mr Isaac Moxley of near Falls of Rough and daughter Mrs Mary Storms are at the bedside of Mrs Rev G H Lawrence who Is danger ously ill at her home near here Mr George Lawrence Falls of Rough Is the guest of his daughter Mrs C E Overton Messrs Charles Overton George Lawrence and Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter went to Centertown Satur dayMisses Oma Maddox and Eulah Win throw and Messrs Lewis and Worth Fulkerson went to Central City Saturday Mr Seth Hunter went to South Carrollton Saturday Mrs Ada Addington returned to her home at Heflln Ky Saturday after a weeks visit to her mother and other relatives here She was accom panied by her sister Miss Ida Ad dlngtonMrs Cordelia Addington was most agreeably surprised last Friday by a nice birthday dinner and several nice presentsMessrs Clarence Overhuls and Ott Kimbley returned home from Hart ford Saturday Mr Leeman Bennett and family were the guests of his sister Mrs Seth Hunter Saturday and Sunday Mrs S T Hunter Is on the sick listMisses Fannie Davis and Cora Kimbley were the guests of Miss Debbie Taylor Saturday night and SundayMiss Maggie Hunter and nephew Mr W C Overhuls were the guests of her sister Mrs P 14Wood Ceral vo Saturday night and Sunday Messrs Jas C Drake and John Drake shipped a lot of hogs for the Evansville market Saturday night Miss May Tichenor Centertown Is the guest of Mrs Alonzo France Miss Lelia Hunter has returned from Heflln She was accompanied home by Miss Altha Addington who Is the guest of her motherMrs Cordie Addington r MATANZAS June nThe recent rains have af forded the farmers an oportunity to set tobacco There has been but little set as yet owing to the scarcity of plants Many farmers have none at all and most of the plants are small will not do to set lor two weeks yet Mr Warren Llndley whose Illness we made mention of last week we are informed is some better Rev L W Tichenor and wife at tended the Ministers meeting at Hartford last Saturday- A number of young people attend ed the decoration at No Creek last MondayThe quarterly meeting of this circuit will convene at Point Pleasant next Saturday and Sunday- A B Tichenor and J M Stearman went to Calhoon today with their crops of tobacco Mrs Eva Vaught and family of Livermore was the guest of S A Bratcher and family first of the week Misses Lizzie and Edna Carter of Render visited relatives here a few days ago Miss Mary Render who hap been the guest of Mr C E Smith and wife at Hartford for the last two weeks has returned home Misses Edna and Kate Ashby of Centertown spent Saturday and Sun day with friends here Miss Jennie James of Centertown spent last week with her aunt Mrs T R Kincheloe of this place Mrs J C Bennett visited her sister Mrs Bettle Hatcher Centertown last week 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 Frank fort 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 COMMANDERY 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 iSth limited to May 21st for returnC- ONFEDERATE VETERANS REUNION NASHVILLE TENN 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 iSth 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 METERAgt IIiO SALEM May 31Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley were the guest of their friend Miss Ola Wilson last Saturday Mr John Steward wife and infant child visited Mrs Stewards parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Croumes near Rosine last Sunday Mrs Phieby Christian and grand daughter Clemmie Chrlstiay were the guests of Mr and Mrs Lou Ford and family Sunday Cane Run Sabbath school is progressing nicely Mr G W Wilson and family sear Olaton were the guests of Mrs Wil sons grand mother Mrs Nancy Ford near Cane Run last Sunday Miss Sarah Awtry was the guest of her sister Mrs Rinda Wardrlplast SaturdayMr B Johnson and son Oscar visited relatives near White Run last Saturday and Sunday Messrs Isaac Christian and Geo Jamison returned from Pierce Tenn last week Mr Tom Raley wife and daughter Mamie visited their friends Mr and Mrs R H Basham last Saturday night Mr James Jupe and family near Olnton were the guest of their friends Mr and Mrs S M Wilson last Sun day Mr Sam Jamison and family visit ed Mrs Jamisons brother Mr Estill Raley Saturday night Masters Charlie and Jesse Daniel of Dlaton visited their uncle Mr J G Wilson Saturday night Mr Sylvester White wife and daughter Miss Sylva visited Mrs Whites sister Mrs Juda Arnoldnear Walnut Grove Saturday night and SundayMr J Christian and wife were time guest of Mr Christians uncle Mr C V Christian Sunday 150 Indianapolis and Ketnrn SL5O BIG FOlir Sunday June 5th Special train leaves 7th Street Union depot Louisville at 8 oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union depot- at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at City Ticket Officec No 259 Fourth Ave and depot- S J GATES Genl Agt I OneMlnuteCoughCuro For doughy Caldi and Croup BEDA June i Quite a number of voting people attended the flinging conven tionat New Petbel Sunday Mrs Vivian Bidwell and sister of Matanzas visited Mr and Mrs S A Bennett Sunday Mra Nancy Pak who has been very ill for the lust two weeks is no betterMr and Mr W H Park Davless county were at the bedside of Mr Parks mother Monday Mrs Dr Ford of Livermore visited relatives here last week Mr Bishop and wife Centertown were the guess of Mrs Nancy Foster MondayMr Turner was in this neighborhood buying cattle last weekMrs W C Ambros visited her daughter Mrs Loney Sanderfur No Creek Sunday Mr and Mrs Rowan Greer were the guests of Mrs Bettie Tier Saturday night and Sunday Mr C B Bryant Owensboro was in our town Saturday Mr Walter Park and Miss Ethel Bennett attended the lecture at Hart ford Friday night Miss Ashby Centertown is the guest of Mlssljessle Tichenor Miss Oma Tichenor is visiting friends at Livermore Little Miss Violet Mapel Anderson ville spent Monday with Miss Etta BennettMrs Sallie Bennett is visiting rel atives here this week Quite a number from this place at tended decaration day exercises at No Creek Resolutions Inasmuch hS the good people of Beaver Dam under the leadership their noble paster W T Miller and E D Boggess have so elegantly en tertained the Sunday shool District and Epworth League conferences of the Owensboro district Louisville Annual Conference M E Church South be it- Resolved That we by a unanimous vote extend our appreciations and thanks for ttheir kindness and pray Gods richest blessings upon them Furthermore that these resolutions be given to the Hartford Herald and TILE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN together with a request that they he published May 27th 1904 J H WALKER L P MILLER B M CURRIE E P BENNETT HORSE BRANCH June 2Formers are busy after the rainU S Gaines of Fordsville was in town Wednesday Mrs J A St Clair and daughter Cane Run spent Wednesday with Mrs Alice Davis Mr Ben T Miller of Arkansas visited Deputy Sheriff Keown last weekMrs Sarah Tilford who has been visiting her daughter at Irvlngton returned home Wednesday- Dr Doutrix of Fordsville was in town this week Little Gilmore Keown is visited relatives in Hartford Mr Bob Miller has returned from a visit to his son in Grayson county The singing at Mr Braurlet Davis Saturday night was a success Mrs Mary White closeda very suc cessful spring school at this place last Friday The new residence of Mr P H Al ford is nearing completion Mr C J Abbott of Paducah was in town last week Mr John Pierce ol Rosine visited friends in town Sunday Obituary Sherman the little son of Mr and Mrs Tass Fields died a few days ago He suffered oi pneumonia for a longtime God called the little one to live with him and he bewith him on his great throne He was 18 months old and just beginning to talk Weep not for him for he has gone on before N C W ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCURIOBATKll Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones md build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense 1- 1you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky II 1 VrOrObQr b 6 BIG FOUR J TIII BEST liSt TO fI I Indianapolis Peoria j Chicago And all points in Indiana and Michigan jar Clevelandei Buffalo JNew Boston IAnd All Points East cheerfully furn ishedon application at City i Ticket oUice BIg Four Route No 259 4th Ave or write to S J GATES Gen Agt Passenger Dept Louisville Ky 111vs1 X11 VI Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RAlh WAY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 8oO a m daily Arrive St Louis i36 pmu daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a in daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ersAll trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Groun- dsLowExcursion RatesWill be announcedsoon P E CARE Passenger and Ticket Agent Louis ville Ky A1 CKONK Depot Ticket gont KyCamoltIJ District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent cit Louis Mo Wos Early Risers Tho famous little pills Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect 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 con suIt nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- louisville Ky Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2 500 120 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 3J1 miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 2J4 miles from Hartford 3000One house and lot in Hartfordone half acre lot 1500 A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate yKTHARTFORD m I MOtleTmxSait1gOPP011tUtlities Carson Co offer many moneysaving op portunities for the coming week If it is Carpets Mattings Curtains Rugs or Shades that you want we have the correct thing at the correct price Come early as we are getting busier each day If It Is Dress Goods Either in Woolens Lawns Voiles Etemines Mulls India Linens or White Goods of any description AVO have the correct thing at the correct price We al ways carry the latest in these goods with trimmings to match and economical dressers find our store an easy place to trade If It Is Footwear Either in Shoes Oxfords Southern Ties Strap San daIs or anything you might want for the feet we Prove the correct thing at the correct price Childrens Ox fords 50c to 175 Ladies Oxfords Tans and Blacks 100 to 300 Jews Oxfords in Tans and Blacks in such brands as the W L Douglas and the Walkover sizes 5 to 11 price 300 to 500 If It Is Clothing We have the correct thing At the correct prices Chil drens suits 100 to 500 Youths Suits S250 to 1000 ferns Worsted Suits fill to 1500 lens t ChiviotsandTibetsat 1000 to 1500 Ices Serge Coats and Vests 350 to 750 Mens Surge Suits 1500 to 1500 Boys Serge Coats and Vests 300 to 8500 Hens Worsted Pant 100 to 500 Hoys Worsted Pants 55c to 200 If It Is Furniture- Or Groceries we can lit you up completely We nev er allow ourselves to be undersold quality and styli cousiderel11e buy all kinds of country product till pay the highest possible price Dont fail to visit us for anything kept in an uptodate Stun We will he disappointed if you dont make us a visit right away Carson Si CoIINcoltlOitA- TCDtHartford Kentucky Can You Figure 200Glven Avvay TO CtSTOMHILS 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 5000 Second 2500 II 00llfFourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 For earh dollars worth of goods bought of Carson R1 Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc Lot us make your Stationery j BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE I j NATURAL GATEWAY TO LOUISII ExpositionIi i M Railroad andjI WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS i I Parlor Dining and Sleeping Gars elegant Coaches with I High BackSeats Complete Illustrated Fold furl Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March for rntrv tliiif of Inline KhviiliiKCnr Ikwr VfitloiiH PP nil oo any Tlckiit ARrnt or nil ilrcNH O I JIclMHTY Cciil Iurn Afrcnt CliiFliiiiutl Ohio or 1C N Liltol11AyIuulnrllUKvv mPmltpelOIftmt Oar for Impotent Loam 8mina8Emlulonr 8ilfDlitruitLottMGot u BTRJN9 rJiO 4IonaiaJDlrIMn1111- ft aclox Atitttm AUud tatfalot6Fu lion LUOAII IT LOUIS MOl Envelopes at Repub lican office 1 for 500 Y r 4 I 4 1 It ib f