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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c Ij4 tartf rb Uqrnbtican IIFine Job Work a Specialty IVOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY 10 1904o47 o ElOf ALLEN CAUGHT Man Who So Skillfully Escaped From Sheriff Keown Arrested In Bowling Green With a Circus Show E O Allen has been nrrseted nt Bowling Green and will be held pend- Ing the arrival of a requisition which r t will take him to Illinois where he Is wanted for the alleged theft of some o jewelryAllen formerly lived lu Owensbon and worked for the Owensboro Pant Manufacturing company he left soon alter the lire In a short time It was learned thai he was wanted In Illinois for the rob bery of a jewelry store He had come to Ohio county among his rela tires and Sheriff Keowu learning of the fact went after him Allen WAS captured after a hard chase and placed on the train en route to Owensboro I Suddenly the prisoner threw himself out the window and was gone The sheriff pulled the bell rope to stop the train but It went some distance be fore It could be brought to a stand Sheriff Keown then chased his mat for several tulles at first on foot and then on horseback but he got away Sheriff Keown never gives up when he gets alter a criminal and he fell sure that he would get him in the end Ills former home was watched and his friends were kept under sur velllancc At last It was learned that Allen was with a circuis and was thought to be working a bunco game pon farmers There are many circuses and Sheriff Keown got a list of those with dates in this State lIe notified the officers at Bowling Green that Allen would probably be there with a circus that appeared there Saturday and as soon as the show arrived they commenced looking for him He was not found until the close of the night performance when he was arrested The officers fay that Allen is an allround crook and they expect him to get a long sentence in Illi nois DUKE SUED FOR DIVORCE kt Daughter of Levi P Morton Begins Proceedings Paris June 6In consequence of dlQerences between the Duke and Duchess ot Valencay steps have been taken to dissolve the marriage The Duchess was Helen Morton a daughter of Levi P Morton of New York It is learned in authoritative quarters tonight that the Dukes mother having asked the sanction oi the Pope of nn annulment on the t ground that the marriage had been without Issue the Duchess has apt plied to the civil courts for a legal dissolution the grounds being with held for the present The Duke who is a scion of the ancient and princely house of Talley randSagen is at his magnificent chateau on the Loire The Duchess la In Paris at the family residence adjacent to the boule vard St Germain She is in con stant communication with her father fir timeIthan an estrangement had taken place for the Duke stayed continually at his chateau while the Duchess re mained in Paris Thus far only members of the two families and other intimate friends are aware of the steps that have been taken BarnettFoster Last Fridays issue of the Johnson County Herald published at Clarks vllle Arkansas contains the follow ing announcement 1Mr and Mrs J J Foster announce of their daughter Fan h nie and Mr U C Barnett to take place on the afternoon of June 22 1904 This is our own U C and his man friends here will receive the announcement ol his coming nuptial with the kindest remembrance for him His sterling worth and true manhood has endeared him to many oi Ohio countys people Especial ly is Mr Barnett popular In the various sections of the county where he has taught school He has been absent from our county and State for the past two or thre years in Arkansas where he has been ngaged in teaching- DEMOCRATIC POWWOW Handful of the Unterrified Comes Together In Court Hall and Resolute Saturday at i oclock the local politicians together with some dozen out ol town Democrats assembled In the court hall and were called to or der by chairman T J Smith who made a happy little speech alter which W H Barnes was electe chairman by a majority of fifteen re ceiving all the votes He then apt pointed the usual committee on reso lutions The committee retired leav ing Ben Ringo In the hall After re pealed calls by himself for himself he got up and addressed himself He was liberally applauded Gradually his voice became fainter and weaker until It eventfully petered out and the hall became as silent as the body when the spirit has departed Ere long the committee filed Into the convention hall and read a leaf torn from an ancient report of the secretary of agriculture This was adopted us the sentiment of the convention amid thunders of applause The convention then took up the question Who struck Billy Patter son and argued It at great length One delegate took the ground that It was W R Hearst and delivered a speech in advocacy of his theory which if reduced to manuscript would cover the Jackson purchase The previous question was called for and the resolution was carried The con vention then adjourned to meet again in the remote subsequently A BRIEF SUMMARY Of The Fifth Sunday Meet ing of the Baptist- Association The fifth Sunday meeting of the Ohio county Baptist Association was held at the Hartford Baptist church May 28 and 29 1904 At 10 oclock on Saturday the meeting was called to order by the chairman Rev E W Coakley After the devotional service officers were elected for the meeting Rtv K W Coakley was chosen Chairman O M Shultz Secretary J N Jarnagin Treasurer The program was vigorously carried out Many ot the discussions developed a great deal of interest which will result in great good to the churches represented The following brethren took lead- Ing parts In the discussion of the various topics E W Coakley B F Jenkins Felix Lake L P Drake J D Maddox J P Miller J T Case bier J H Burnett T J Acton J N Jarnagtn Norris Lashbrooks and O M Shultz Sunday morning Rev W P Har vey of Louisville delivered a strong sermon on some distinctive Baptist doctrine The house was packed to overflowing many visitors from a distance being present Sunday afternoon was observed as a memorial service to Dr J S Colemandeceased the founder of the Hartford church A number of appropriate talks were made in which his noble life and deeds of self sacrifice for the cause of Christ were vividly recounted The meeting was well attended Zany visitors from sister churches being present The next meeting will be held the fifth Sunday in July IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN JUNE THE CROPS Improved Condition Reporte in the State Extremely Favorable Weathe Gave All Kinds of Products a Fine Start The following is the weekly crop report issued by the weather bureau at Louisville The weather was very favorabli during the week Abundant rain were followed by high temperature and all crops made rapid advancement Wheat has improved greatly Asa whole the yield will be considerably below the average The weather conditions during the week were excellent for tobacco set ting A large part of the crop was putout and is starting oQ nicely Corn advanced rapidly A good stand has been secured in most pla ces and the warm nlchts during the latter part of the week caused a very rapid growth Rye has made good progress and oats have improved Gardena have improved and are now in good condition Potatoes are very promising Apples and peaches are making a better showing than was expected but will not make nearly a full crop Pastures and meadows show great improvementHemp well and millet and cow peas are making good advance mentFarm work is generally well up but in some localities the rainfall has been so heavy as to interfere with cul tivating crops and as a result the weeds are getting a good start a ROCKPORT June SMessrs Cleve Harrell and Keller Haynes of this place have gone to Evansville Ind to work Paul Landrum who has been clerk- Ing for D F Gibbs has resigned and gone to St Louis to attend the Wolds Fair for a few weeks Oscar Poone left Tuesday for his home in Muncie Ind Miss Ollie Ried visited her sister Mrs R T Wedding at McHenry last Saturday and Sunday Mrs L D Smith of Louisville is visited her aunt Mrs M J Rled of this place Josie Ham returned home from a few days visit at Central City Jess Tapp was here Tuesday on businessS Warden Echols was in town MondayCharles Layton and Sam Brown went to Hartford Tuesday on impor tant business Roy Deeter will leave Saturday night for St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Miss Mertle Render Providence was in this city Tuesday Mabel Maddox and Madalene Ful kerson visited in Centertown Monday afternoonMr Smith and Walter Brow ing attended the ball game of Bloomer Glue at Beaver Dam Monday Miss Lonnie Sullivan of Sulllvans landing is visiting her sister Mrs J T Jackson this week The Rockport Deposit Bank is now completed Mrs M J Reid and daughter Mar gurite are visiting In Hartford this weekMrs Bruce Hill of Logansport is visiting her mother Mrs Bob Har rell of this place Mr George Deeter has gone to vis- It in Muncie Ind for a few weeks OA fig vomx iBears the- Signature Ahum Bought of dJA Grand Barbecue Wilt be given in the peautiful grove aear Schroader schoolhouse on Saturday June 11 1904 Large preparations are being made A sumptu ma dinner will be served Something new A big minstrel show has been cured for this occasion which will give an exhibition in the alternoo free A good string band will furnish music for those who wish to dance Amusements of various kinds will be on the grounds Refreshments in abundance will be on the grounds Different premiums wll be awarded The grounds will be well shaded during the day and beautifully illuminated with light at night Big ice cream supper at night Good order will be male talned D D SIIROADER Prop CAPT TRACY INJURED Fell Forty Feet Down Elevator Shaft in Custom House at Louisville Danial F Tracy an assistant custo dian at the customhouse Louisville fell from the top of an elevator at the third floor of the customhouse Monday a distance of about fortyfive feet and was severely if not fatally hurt His right hip and right arm wet broken and it is feared that his spine has been Injured He never lost consciousness des plte the long fall and painful injuries and as he was lying on a couch at the customhouse before being tak en to Norton Infirmary he turned to Mr 0 A Beckmann and said Well I guess I am done for now Capt Tracy was on top of an ele vator car tightening a bolt It Is supposed that his wrench slipped and caused him to loose his balance and fell Men who were working near the elevator shaft heard him cry out Look out A terrible crash follow ed and it was soon discovered what had happened The injured man was quickly conI vey dto Norton Infirmary where his injuries were treated Capt Tracy is a former citizen ol Hartfordand has many relatives and friends here who learned of his un fortunate injury with much sorrow JATFRWedntsdays dally brought us the inteligence that CaptTracy was Improving and thought to be out of danger AT LIVERMORE Officers Looking For Alleged Assimilator of Others Money Livermore Ky June 4The police of this place are searching for a nan by the name of Richard Roberts vho is accused of stealing 20 from a family boat owned by Sam Price says the Owensboro Messenger Last Wednesday while Price was eating his dinner Roberts came in and asked if he could lay down on the bed say- Ing he was sick and Price consented A pair of Prices pants were on the bed with the money in the pockets Liter a few minutes Roberts left and when Price went to get his money It was gone He at once suspected Roberts and accused him but he denied it On the same evening Roberts took a woman acquaintance to Julgg Brosstore where she spent 10 dollars ol money When the girl was questioned she at first denied it but tterwards acknowledged that Roberts lad given her the 10 and that she spent it Price immediately swore out a writ against Roberts and placed It In the hands of Marshal Buckley As soon as Roberts found out that here was a writ against him he left the town and went over in Ohio county on The Point and sent word rick that If they would not have him arrested he would send the 20 to Price Marshal Buckley has sent word to the sheriff of Ohio county to come down and arrest Roberts but he will not lib it It is thought Roberts will be arrested in a few days as- his father lives at Livermore and he- wi11 soon return home The above article was shown to Sheriff Keowns office Deputy and he authorized us to say that no warrant or request from any one had Ovine to him for the arrest ofthe party mentioned Subscribe for Turf REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year UNCLE SAM MAY CONTROL Worlds Fair Company Must Pay Back Loan On Their Failure To Do SoI Government Will Take Charge St Louis June 7ln a letter re ceived by the exposition Company today Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasurer gave formal notification that if payments on the 4630000 Government loan are not promptly forthcoming when due he as the guardian of the State Treasurer would take charge of the receipts and collec tion of fair tickets The letter formally reminds the Ex position Company of the date for the payment of the first installment of the loan and inclosed a copy of the rules governing the loan and repay ment These rules set fourth that the loan of 4600000 was made to the Exposition Company in the months of February March April and May 1904 and that in return the I Government is to have a first lien on the receipts of the fair from paid ad missions and concession previleges Payments are to be made each half month the first payment June 15 when 40 per cent of the grcss re ceipts from June i to June 15 shall be surrendered Thereafter at the first and fifteenth of each month 40 per cent of the receipts for the previous half month shall be paid and it is further provided that after the 1St of July the semimonthly payments shall not be less than 500000 each Grand Out of Town Excursion Sunday June 12th Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th Street Union depot at S oclock a m Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville i Knightstown 1 Anderson 125 Alexandria 125 Marlon 150 j Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office No 359 Fourth avenue and at lepot SJ GATES Gen1 Agtt HOT WEATHER NERVOUS WOMEN tF H L BLANCHE GRE- YMISS t BLANCHE GREY a promi young society woman of Memphis Term In a recent letter from 174 Alabama street says I To a society woman whose nervous force Is often taxed to the utmost from lack of rest and irregular meals I know of nothing which is of so much benefit as Peruna I took it a few months ago when I felt my strength giving way and It soon mado Itself manifest In giving me new strength GreyPoruua 8 nerve tonic and vital invigorator Buy a bottle of Peruna If you do not receive all the benefits tram Poruna that you expected write to Dr Hartman Columbus 0- Subscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 125 n Flour and Meal lI i iToFor the next 30 days we will sell Flour and Meal at t I wholesale prices to the retail trade We can and will i jj sell you Flour from 50 cents to 100 cheaper on the barrel than you can buyit anywhere else in Ohio icounty We can and will sell you oldfashioned buhr tground Corn Meal made of the very best white corn I for from 5c to 15c less on the bushel than you can buy ianywhere else in Ohio county Wo have the best 010 mill in Ohio county and have employed an expert M I miller Mr P T Profit of Virginia to take charge oft tour grinding department and he is a gentleman of the i finest type and knows how to and will treat you right we want all the custom trade we can get and will give j Xas much Flour for a bushel of wheat as any other mill i Farmers Dont Forget This And we give good i t Four too for wo do not intend to grind anything but f good sound wheat Please dont bring us any other kind of wheat but good wheat We are always in the market for good wheat and pay the highest market t 1 prices for it So Mr Farmers when you thrash your new crops of wheat and you have any to sell dont for it get that you can sell it to UH for Spot Cash and the highest market price We pay Cash and soIl for cash it or its equivalent ole Yours rrLtly 0 Retifrow c DeanDundee Ky i- T+ ++ ++++ +++ ++ + ++++++ + H ++ rr SOLUTION Of the Bedford Murder Mys tery Believed to be L Coming Strong Evidence is in Posses sion of the Grand Jury Bedford Ind June 3it Is believ ed that the Schaefer murder mystery will yet be solved The grand jury which Is investi gating the murder Is now in presses slon of what is said to be strong evidence which is expected materially to assist in an early solution of the crime Judge Wilson says it will be necessary under law for the grand jury to adjourn Saturday night as the present term of court ends at that timeMiss Eva Love a teacher in the public schools and a roommate of Miss Schaefer appears to be one of the chief figures around whom the grrnd jury is working Several women have been before the jury and practically all of them are friends of liss Love Mrs Frank Ellis known to have been an intimate friends a- Miss Love was the first of these to appear in the jury room and the re port was current that the jury would inquire further into the relations thought to have existed between Miss Love and Miss Schaefer than did the jury which indicted McDonald Ham Stout a night watchman at the Brooks and Carter store mill will k be a witness It is alleged that about s 930 oclock on the night of the mur der he discovered a stranger on top of the boiler of the engine room Stout fired a revolver at the mans head who fell to the ground badly frlgh tened The strangersclothlng was wet he hav ing been out in a heavy rain He re fused to give his name to the night watchman who demanded the visitors business at the mill The strang t er said he had been piloted to the mill by a certain party the one now under suspicion who opened the door leading to the boilerroom com manding him to climb upon the boiler and dry his clothes The stranger gave no satisfactory expia tion of the business which took him into the rain He told Stout he was a workman on the Bloomfield branch of the Mo non but this statement when investi gated proved to be untrue He said he and the man now under suspicion had been lIout on a lark It later developed that the man with whom the stranger had been was the purchaser of the half pint of Canadian whisky the empty flask in which it was carried having been sound near the cab shed where Miss Schaefer lost her life The gand jury is expected to thoroughly probe this phase of the case which was worked up by Myers policeman who was prevented from testifying to these points in the McDonald trial because of objections from the State Subpoenas have been issued for the editors and publishers of the Brazil Democrats to appear before the grand jury and tell where they obtain information published in a recent edi tonal in that newspaper- B S Lowe said this morning that he would add 500 to the reward fund oflered for the apprehension of Miss Schaefers murderer Ed Thornton a stone operator also subscribed 500 The rund now aggregates 5250 eSketch of Gen Hill Samuel Ewing Hill who passed quietly to rest at the home of his daughter at Lexington last Friday was born at Morgantown Ky January 30 1844 He was a son of Judge Daniel S Hill a prominent citizen of that place and at his death county judge of Ohio county Gen eral Hills parents were natives of but were of HnttIfordfrom his loth to his iSth year attend I ed at Intervals Hartford Seminary In August 1862 he enlisted in the company raised by his brother Capt John W Hill which belonged to the Twelfth Kentucky Union Cavalry commanded by Q C Shanks He was appointed orderly sergeant served eighteen months then on the death of his brother who was killed at Knoxville in the service he was unanimously elected captain of the same company a fact that he often spoke of with pride He served with this company through the war took part in the pursuit of Morgan in his yo raids through Kentucky Indiana and Ohio was with Burnside in his campaign of 18631864 with Sherman in 1864 and after the fall of Atlanta was with Stoneman in his expedition against the salt works of Virginia and remained with him until the close of the war He was breveted Major by the Governor of Kentucky for meritorious conduct on the field was mustered out of service In 1865 and returned to Kentucky and entered the law office of Hon H D Me Henry of Hartford He was admitted to the bar in the spring of 1866 but continued his studies until October of that year was then admitted to the senior class of the Louisville Law School from which he was graduated in the spring of 1867 receiving the degree of Bachelor of Law He then returned to Hartford and enter ed into a partnership with Hon J W Kinchloe with whom he remained until 1872 the partnership being dissolved by mutual consent on the first of January that year General Hill uniting with his former preceptor H D McHenry with whom he remained for several years General Hill represented the county of Ohio In the State Senate for twelve years and was the only Democrat who ever went to the Senate from that district He was also Ad jutant General of the State under Governor Simon Bollver Buckner and It was by virtue of this office that he received his title of Gen eralGeneral Hill went to Lexington in the year 1892 and entered upon the practice of his profession and lor fourteen years was a prominent member of the Fayette county bar About seven years ago he was appointed United States Commissioner for that district and since then had very cred- Itably held this office He was a man of many friends and those who knew him became attached to him by more than ordinary ties He was a man of attractive intellectual attainments and was widely read and learned in his profession His nature was sunny and no clouds were- dark enough to cast a gloom over his genial disposition OaSTOBXaBean the the Kind You Have Always Bout 6t6aatorosd Bribery Russel Sage was in early life ao errand boy in a Troy cigar store At a certain directors meeting reo ferrting to his boyhood days In Troy Mr Sage said I remember well a frequent visit or to our Troy grocery a rich young farmer from Schaghticoke He had fallen in love with a new York girl who had spent the summer in Schaghticoke and in the autumn he called on her in the city and proposed marriageThe goes that as soon as she refused him the young man put on his hat and stalked out of the house Once outside though an idea struck him and returning he said Would the tower of Europe be any Inducement BLACKDRAUGHT STOCK an- dPOULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which ore not bowel and livor irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It putt the of in a t condition Pmml elttAmlxtcaubreollenl and farmers keep their horde and flocks occaI 25ccnt halfpound airtight am of this medicine and keep hie ttock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers gene BlackDraught Poultry yours does not send 25 cents for a can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga ROOUBLLB Gl JaG 80 160- 1BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medolo Is tits beat 1 nor tried Our took WM looking bed wfc n jrwn nit ma the medicine and non the aM g ttlng K tine They are looking K pie cent bettor B P BROOK1NOTON JAMES HOWARD Story of the Killing of George Baker And How He Has Been Slandered Two interesting letters concerning I the Howard Defence Fund were reo ceive by the Iouisville Herald recent ly One was from a Jackson Democrat 84 years old Inclosing 5 for the appeal for fair play The other was properly enough anonymous and contains this statement i You might be putting your time and paper to better uses than collect- Ing money for assassin Jim Howard who has killed other men before Gotbsl I would not give a cent to save his life from the rope We pass over the uncharltableness of the spite behind these words The writer of them seemed instinctively to bs so ashamed of them that he would not sign his name It is undoubtedly the fact however that thereare many persons who have been led by unsparing abuse of How- Ard to believe that he is an assassin with a record of a mankiller merely because when he went to Frankfort at the time Mr Goebel was so foully slain he was seeking a pardon for the killing of George Baker who has been described throughout as old man Baker One of the outrageous wrongs perpetrated on Howard in his first trial was in permitting the prosecution to ask the question whether he had not killed old man Baker while the latter was on his knees begging for his life Of sours the question was ruled out but it hal been asked and the injury was done in allowing the idea to be established that Jim Howard bad wantonly murdered George Baker Democratic papers have harped on him as an as- sAssin until the idea that he is one has become more or less prevalent- It is true that Jim Howard did kill George Baker He has never denied it He has admitted it before three juries before whom he was tried lor the act and he justified himself So much so that three juries refused to convict disagreeing and the Judge and the Commonwealths Attorney had determined before the next trial to dismiss the Indictment on the ground that no jury would convict and that he was justified The story of George Bakers death involves a cruel episode but the cruelty was not HowardsJim was teaching school at Manchester in Clay county six or seven years ago a respected and well behaved citizen when late one night a friendly messenger arrived with the information that Howards father brother and forestbrother had been ambushed and assassinated by George Baker and some follows on the road near Bakers house Baker would not even permit the bodies to be re moved from the road where they lay and where in their dying agony he had brutally stamped their faces with his bootheels He had announced that the bodies should lie there un til the hogs or the buzzard ate them and sent that word tauntingly to Jim HowardAt next morning Jim Howard mounted the messengers horse armed with a Winchester rifle and two revolvers and set out to res cue his dead He was stopped near the scene of the murder by friends who confirmed the message he had received and told him the bodies were still being watched in the road by the murders and that If he went to the scene he would be waylaid Howard pushed on however and wnen near Bakers house was fired upon and found himself in ambush A skillful horseman a brave and cool man he threw himself upon his hoses neck and galloped through the ambush Just as he was turning a bend in the road he suddenly met George Baker approaching also on hoseback Baker went into his hosiers or saddle bags for his pistol but Howard was too quick for him and shot him through the body As Baker was falling from his horse he asked How ard not to shoot again but Howard shot him again as he called out and killed him By this time Howards friends had followed him down the road and Bakers followers retreated When Howard reached the bodies of his father and brothers he found their faces cruelly mutilated and the heels of George Bakers boots were smeared with their blood The elder Howard was still alive and bad lain in the road eighteen hours without a drop of water or any attention The two brothers were dead The elder 1 Ayers Sometimes the hair is not properly nourished It suffersI for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a Hair Vigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears- My hair WM coining out terribly I was afraid to rutiili It Hut Ir Hair Vigor fanlagand alit reitowl the tlattitnlrotor Mm K U K WAIID Landing N J glOO II bottle 1 c A YIn ro AIIlrlll 1111 II llllfor Poor Hair Howard recovered alter mouths of nursingThis the story that Jim Howard told before three juries confirmed by his father and his friends It is lull or savagery but the savagery was not Howards It was Bakers In that mountain land where msn have stern and peculiar standards of personal responsibility and conduct his action was approved by public opln lion but in any standard of clvlliza tion the access of fury which such a deed as Bakers would produce In a j son and brother would have excused his summary though sudden ven geance This story the Judge and Commonwealths Attorney of the court in which he was tried who were present at Howards last trial on the charge of killing Mr Goebtl were prepared to prove In its substance Besides this Grorge Baker was not an old man He was 52 or 53 and In the full vigor of life and activity a phys cal giant with a reputation as a dangerous antagonist The killing of George Baker for the savage assassination of his brothers was the sole charge of any nature against Hownrd previous to the in credible Impossibilities alleged against him in the Goebel case If there had been no politics in the Goebel case any jury in the Slate would have acquitted him witnout leaving their seats It is time that the groundless and cruel story that this man is an experi enced mankiller should be denied He was a school teacher with ambition to rise in the world He bears upon his face and In his manner the stampofa man with indomitable cour ageand the indiscribable accent of the truthful man unafraid is In his voice To him even Judge Cantrll has always shown repect and courtsey Mrs Youtsey when she left the stand un permitted to testily as to his Innocence waked over to where he satin the dock and shook his hand Not one of his counsel who has not held him In esteem and sympathy Noto ne of his jailers who has not held him in respect A man who has the qualities that inspire such recognition in adversity and crushing misfortune is not of the stuff of which assassins are made Jim Howard faces a fate worse than death He is an innocent man lacing that fate and we do not believe Ken tuckians will desert him until he has had his last appeal passed on by an uuprejudiced court at Washington Sued by His Doctor- A doctor has sued me for r2f0 which claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus says It Vhite of Coachela Gal At the trial he praised his medical skill 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 he would not say No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus it never fails Sold by all druggists Our Long Suit lIiKMoChlfftnlii It is difficult to predict just what Issues the desperate Democracy will force to the front In their effort to dis place and to repudiate those which they declared to be of paramount Importance in 1896 and again in 1900 But so far as the tariff is concerned Republicans need have no fear If the tarlfi is to be trumps in the com- Ing game of politics that Is our long aultand we may safely count on both points and honors when the score is made up INTERESTING CEREMONIES Kentucky Day at Worlds Fair iFull of Stiring- Events I I I The plans lor Kentucky DayWee I the Worlds Karnest ay June Isat are rapidly maturing Indications j point to this day as being one of tl e greatest In the historyof the Lout lana Purchase Exposition Two special trains will run from Iouls vllle one on the night of June i Dai tying the Kentucky Press Associnl tlon and one on the night of June J1t made up ot the Louisville business men This train will have if private car attached with Governor J C WI Beckhatu his stafland State officials on boardtogether with a committee of KentuCkjBothness mens Henderson Route to St Louis On Tuesday which is June 14 the editors will do a litle sightsee ing and In the alternoon be entertain ed at the Womans Magazine Build lag outside the grounds On that night they will see The Pike On Kentucky day the editors will hold an informal session at 10 oclock in the morning followed by a tour of the grounds In automob les and on Intramural System winding up atone oclock with a luncheon probably at the east pavilion which is blot conducted by Mrs Rhorerthe famous c okInok woman The exercises of the day will bgin at II oclock at the State Building by the singing of The Green Kentucky Pastures a song written by Mrs Kate Slaughter McKinney a former Kentuckian Immediately following this song there will be a presentation of the homecoming color of the battleship Kentucky by a committee from this good old ship to the Gov ernor of the State There ill be ad dresses by a Kentuck an now in the navy and a Kentuckian now in the armyThe regular exercises for Kentucky Day will be held in Festival Hall and will include a recital on the big pipe organthe largest ever built Speeches will be made by President Francis of the Exposition a former Kentuck- Ian by lIon Harry B Hawts of St Louis n former Kentuckian by Governor Beckham and others At night from 8 to n oclock there will be a reception at the Kentucky Build lag admission by card Every Ken tuckian Is invited All events of the day will be made as distinctively Kentuckian as possible Kentucky Building souvenir buttons will be refre3h1mentsday and at the evening receptionI Triumphs of Modern Sureory Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they are removed entirely bones are splicedpipe stake the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic and dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation and is onethird the time required by till old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It han antiseptic and 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 en tail For sale by all druggists Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat rPaper From Rice Straw The growing scarcity of suitable timber for the manufacture of wood pulp has lets to the trial of several substitute materials It is said that rice straw yields better results than any other material so tar experienced upon ot which a sufficient quantity could be readily obtained to satisfy de mand This being assured the only remaining matter to be determined would seem to be the cost of turning the straw into paper Paper can be made out of a great variety of vegetable fibers but the greatest number of these are so refractory to manufacturing processes that successful compe tition with wood pulp paper has been found impossible The Louis- Iana experiment in the manufacture of printing paper out of rice straw will be watched with great interest Ii c Of Ic tfMEAN MANLYDOYS MANLY MENI Equip your buy with a STIVJNS anti let him enjoy nature and the Invigorating flrlof nimtinc Ij In the greet out of Joots 5 EVENS FIREARMS ate Killiilile KtIr unit AccurateI they Lure had Ihne qiulltiei since 1864 S manufacture a complete line ol Ier 5aIeTbLa11 SHOTGUNS dealers There are II few ol them Ml Itetterendn NO- WjlOr that ingenious lufile which we forward on it ol 4 rent In lamp for IlIuIII led Catalog containing tleUllcJ ol entire outputnr rl J STIVENS ARMS TOOL CO I 1 O nix Jftjj s Chicopee Pulln 1M lSA Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr1Kingsy New Discovery For PrluUA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It taut Trial Bottle free E PERIENCElt t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac 111 alll dCT1r1I 0111 Quickly nirWtiiiii out opltatn ati- t intrnltMii m prormlilr t mmunir- tlotinnmctlri IJoUlnl HANDBOOK onlAtiWf rent frrn tllIt nirrnrr I T frcurlliiMitrlit 1AtiMim taken Ihruullh Mum A Co recclvr Hfftil nolle without ch ree III tbn Scientific Jfittcricatt A handnmely UlnMrMiNl wwklr iJiraot dr ml At Ion I r mir PlvtitlD Journal Trrnx 13 a four month tfolil by all ttewdraler YolkI r t- fi3 D ifUti1 L II M llAIIMKTT 1stiTH BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAKI fOKIt KY Will pnirtlrt lirir r11I1I11I1I1I tlleenltria IMandudlnlnWgrnnthwnudtnuttf tppenli- Nr hllatteann III 11I1I1I11IlIlrllUthflrrart tollit tlnriniiiiil tin Inutlrr ot Crim inal Mini lliMil Oliili Law SMialtlr Olllivlli IIIIIIIIIIS 1I1111t11111 FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTFOIII UY Will prm Mir hi profiiMon In uhlo and ml rJolnlnu county nod In the Court ol Appeal 4 Vb Criminal prttetlre and Colliitlonna pcilalty- llltlif In the llcraM Inillilliik h JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Spwliiliittfiitlun irlviii to riilliTlliilix milking MmtrnctH Ar nlin Notary IuMli tor Ohio coun ty otllif north Mitt iiiiilii niimn R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAKTFOKD KY fIpntigdltthndrdt 1iatnrt Iulillt fur tutu iiiiiili4 hitil Ohio Coiintv Hunk y M I IIIAVIIIN IIIMST VOODVAII HEAVRIN WOODWARD Iiott eys c llAimnitn Kv tVIII I rnellra thilr iiriifwHiiui In nil the Court Ohio roimtv and Court of Appiiilx Spi clnl attintloii 11 nil crliiilnnl priirMn nod colhc tloiiH Olllrt next door to Hank of llartfonl W H BARNES Attorney at Law 1 II fILtttrrnaClIlIrtOhlllAjipvtilrt Strict attention will he ulviii to liiiNlntHH untriiHtcil to lilcnmv Collictloim prrllty oillri Inioiirthoiihi YAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky IuurtalI11thAappiiilH AHO Olllc over First Xationiil llnnk II vAf9TOR = fBJgIJ t rrwn LIFE OF THE RUSSIAN Peasants In the Village Lead a Forlorn Existence These Days r t Siiiliil Scrvlri Asa rule u RussiHnvtil ge is n forlorn looking place where the huts of the poor are niiuie of hlch logs with upright oak or pine supporters ceil lug of strips of the haute birch and wills lined with the crude hrHnci s In these huts there are only two rooms one of which is not for every dny me but is kept for best oc casions This room houses the s si cred images HO clear to the hiartol tveiy member of the Greek church to which belong the great mass of the Russian people The other room selves the purpose ol loth kitchen and sleeping room as one of the principal ideis ol comloit tojlle e people ice and si owbnund frr ho mallY months of the year i wnnnth In many of the pletsml huts no beds nte used and the top of a great stove reaching neatly to the roof is n much bought t ltping 1 place Although theconditionsmnke dirt and accotnr aiying rs lt instep arable in the life ol thee peasants they lire rirvottJly fond of baling The vnpnr bath in a ciuje form maybe called n nntlot a institution olda t not unusual picture ol a summer alto iernonn is the village pond tilled with woman and children bather Z Wayne Griffin Bro Aik the renders of this paper to test the value of Kmlul Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have been cured by it do not hesitate to recommend it to their Jricnd Kodi l digests what I you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increase strength by enabling the stomach anti t t digestive organs to contribute to the I blood all of the tit runcut contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable The Death Sentence in England I t Illllirf liHIltH i The present agitation in England to abolish the pronouncing ot tlv death sentence in cases where it is pa tent that capital punishment will not follow wit probhby meet with the approval ol most people who desire that the law should lose nothing ol its dignity and at the tame time hove nothingof unnecesmry horror added theIrvpissing of the death sentence will act as a deterrent James 1 guggled with death sentences in this manner and got himself rather badly disliked for it Over the plot in which Raleigh Cobharu Grey and others were implicated he had the less pubs Intones put to death and very bloodily handle3 Cobhams brother was be headed like a gentleman The Bishop ot Chester with the blood ol the latter still upon him went then to Lord Cibhaui Him the bishop exhorted to confession Other pre lates were similarly engaged IIwith Sir Walter Raleigh and Lord t lt Grey Meantime Makham another oi the conspiiators had been placed upon the 8C flold and was about to bow his head to the ax when the Sheriff was called away by a Scotch hireling and the prisoner lelt to con template the ax for an hour Then he was led away and tcid to prepare for death at the end of two hours Greys turn was next He prayed halt an hour before the block then a raised himself to dieand was led away the King sending word that the order ot execution had been 0changed So forth came Cobham arid having male his last declaration prepared to take farewell of theworld when the Sheriff stayed the execution and brought forth Markham and Greyall three thinking that the other two bad been executed They were told after having suffered the agony ot all but death Itself that their lives would bespared Raleighs experience was similar That was how they used to make death sen tences act as a deterrent In the good old days There would be dan repetitionfImmense Shipment liiwruiutliurff tI- The largest shipment of logs that ever came down the Kentucky river passed through Lock NoS the first of this week blocking the river for a distance of ten milts and passing stepmers had to stop in their course until the rafts could be prized aside sufficiently to a fiord them passage In all the e rafts contained 60000000 v t t feet oi white oak timber all of which is destined for the shipyards at Liver pool Engand The largest log Is sixty feet In length and is squared to thirty inches containing 4 500 feet of lumber and there is no piece In this lot which is less than forty feet In length The timber will be taken to Cincinnati where it will be Iralet on cars and taken to the seaboard This is the fist run made on a con tract of iSoooooto feet of timber to be taken from Casey county and nl shipped to the same parties All timbers are squared before starting from the forest The sixtyfoot piece is Laid to he the largest single stick that ever came down the river n Fight Will bo BitterIThose who will persist in closing their cars against the continual recI ommendation of Dr Kings New covery fur Consumption will have along and bitter light with theit troubles if not ended earlier by fatal ter munition Rend what T 11 Beall o Beall Miss say rlstfnll my wife hall every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvment came at once anti four bottles entirely cured her Guaran teed by Z Wayne Grillin it Bro druggists Pike 50e and 100 Trial bottles free- Testing o of Battleship- It is an anxious yet jroud moment for the builders and designers ofa big battleship when the tests are about to be applied which are to ex poseherfaultsilanylaybarehersecret tailings and bring to the surface the manifold queer whims and caprices to which vessels like horses are pecul lady prone The t kill and labcrof many months lire abut to undergo the ordeal of the most searching in vestigation which science and human foresight can apply and a big check L about to change hands In view of the fact that one ol the most poweifnl tattlt ships ever j munched the Shikishima brlonging to Japan may play n very prominent part in the war into which that coun try and Russia are plunged it may be interesting to rtview the trials which this splendid war leviathan under went before being handed over by the Thames Shipbuilding Company to her purchasersA staff ol artificers stok ers and a small crew ol quaint look ing but smart and seamanlike Japanese sailors who were eventfully to work the ship back to the little Em pire in the tar East stcod under or ders prepared for any emergency which might arise and preparations were made for the first trial slow speed After a six bourss run at two thin s speed this test was pro nounced satisfactory and as a mat ter of fact it is the least formidable of the series in the eyes of interested partits Then steering enthusiasts experimented with the steam gear which actuates tbe rudder performed evolutions at startling angles and pronounced it excellent Next day alter the boilers had been carefully cleaned and overhauled the engines were put at their topnotch lor speed and endurance and no doubt during the runten miles the anxieties of the engine room authori ties were neither few nor frivilous But In justice to the British engineer it must hi admitted that while not exactly welcoming difficulties he is seldom happier than when successfully meeting them- Meanwhile the drafts ol water were being carefully noted weights and board being verified for all deficient armament stores etc have been made up in water ballast and ccal the experts want to know to a pound bow much ot this precious fuel which by tbe way is specially hand picked and selected is being consumed to maintain the steam prtSiUre A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dispepsia Dizziness Headache Liver and Bowel troubles Theyare gentle I yet thorough 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Broa drug Store Had Alarm Clock to Wake Him on Campaigns trnrluCnblegrum to the Sew York World Another legendary Idol has been shattered It has been accepted It has been accepted as one of the proofs of Napoleon Bonapartes extraordinary mental power that he could go to sleep at any moment and wake up at auyset hour Now it k as been dis fORTUNE TELLING Does not take into consideration the one essential to womans happinessworn- anly health There ninny a woman whose future seems absolutely unclouded who is marked by her own condition for future disappointment and distress The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very of all good fortune For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but drossWomanly health may Ix retained or regained bytime use of Dr Favorite Prescrip tion It establishes regularity dries the drains which weaken women heals inflamma tion and ulcera lion and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well Dr Pierce offers 500 reward for women cannot be cured of the above dis feases His Prescription has been so successful in curing thousands of cases in the past third of n century that he makes this remarkable offer to show his confidenceI MX hottlcs of Ur 1lerccu Favor lie Prescription writes Mlv M Hyfc of Orlllli Sinicof Co Ontario and two ottks of the Ilmvint Pellet as von mlviocd for coimotitm of uUnis mm weakness anil can safely say that your inrilirine has been the means of restoring me to good health again which 1 had not had fur over three years until taking your medicine I thank you very much for your kind and prompt attention to my letter nskinjf advice Pavorite Prescription has the testimony of thousands of women to its com plete cure of womanly diseases Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets clear the complexion and sweeten the breath n covered that he depended for waking Ion an alarm clock Among the effects of Princess Matlulde his niece who died recently has been found n timepiece made by the celebrated rlockmakfr ol the First Empire period Abraham Beguet which there is evidence to show the Little Corporal carried with him on his campaigns The case is of gilded bronze handson ely engraved There are eight dials indicating the true time mean time phases of the moon sec ands mimitts hours day month and year It strikes hours and quar tern Attached is a small metallic thermometer Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or etomactb upset Klestric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tore the stomach regulate the Kidney and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particular and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough eflectiyeuess Electric Bitters is only uOc aud that id re turned if it dont give perfect satis faction Guaranteed by L Wayne Gnfiiiu Bro druggist Up on Chestnuts Sea Yorker AgentMadam could I sell you this b tkof fairy tale Mrs MuehwedNo Ive ben mar ried four times and fairy ta ts are a chestnut with me To accommodate those who are partial to the use of automizers in ap plying liquids into the msal passages for Catarrhal Troubles the proprie tors rrepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube is 75 cents Druggists or by mail Tne liquid embodies the med- Icinal prop rilet ot tne solid prepara tion Cream Balm IS qtikkly lib soroed by the meubrane aid does not dry np the secretions but changes them to a naiuta and healthy char acter Ely Brother 56 Warren St N Y A Pound of Mutton to Five Pounds of Corn Sheep are cer a nly money makers where theydre iroperly protected There is more money in sheep than in beef cattle as high as the price ot cattle is now Ext rments tr at can be relied upon est b ished the tact that rive pounds of corn will put one poundof fl si on a good Southdown IDisease takes no summer If you need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample CbemWtaIYork or Shropshire animal At this ratio one bushel of corn worth 50 cents will increase the money value of a sheep to ten pounds and fat mutton sells at about 12 cents a pound This is about twice a3 much gain ot money value In sheep as in beef animals taken on with the same quantity of feed This makes sheep raising about 20 per cent more profit able than cattle With such facts as these the farmers of the South should not only increase their flocks but should secure rams of the most compact forms and finest wool and mut ton strains e An Alarm Clock for 25c If you want to get up early and feel well all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing sleep with a gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Houston Tex says Early Ris ers are the best pill made for constipa tion sick headache biliousness etc Sold by Z Wayne Grifliu Bro Pointed Paragraphs- We all have our trials and tht lawyer is ghd ol it A jewel of a cook must be a sort ol paste diamond Occasional silence would improve some peoples conversation Many a woman has played a practical joke on a mat by marrying himIts a poor voriety ol widows weeds that wont bear orange blossoms Kterral vigilance isnt always tin price ol libertysometimes its 10 and costs If a woman has no servant shi works overtime if she has she wor Ties overtime Its a pity we cant drop pennies into the slot machines and get small packages oi joy Our idea of a good manager is b man who is able to manage a wile and an automobile simultaneously Though the good die young occa sionally a tough old hen show up on the billof fare ts spring chicken A Frightened Horso Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybodyto have a reliable Salve handy and there is none as goodas Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cute Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its smoothing effect 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Free Mail Delivery Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Bristow returned to the PstofI fice Department a few days ago after several weeks absence in the West and Southwest Mr Bristow made an observation trip over the rural de livery routes of Illinois Missouri Kacss Texas and other States for the purpose of becoming personally tamlIar with rural tree delivery ser vice Before departing Mr Bristow had considered plans for a reorgani zation ot the service It is known that he doubted the wisdom of main tanning such an eater sve system Since his trip however he has reach ed the Important conclusion that the rural service cannot poss by be cur tall d and he will lay before tbe Postmaster General in a few days a complete plan for a vast extension of the system Mr Bristow told the Postmaster General that everywhere he went be fund the people heartily in lavor of rural delivery The farm er he said was its stronuestadvocaf and so popu ar has the service bt come that it will he necessary to ask Congress to make a liberal appropriation for its extension He pointed out particularly the great benefit o tbe service to the publishers ot dai y newspaper explaining that it brought the newspapers to the farmers door and kept him in close touch with the outside world Fora Hundred Years For a hundred years or more Witch Hazel has been recoganized as- a superior remedy but it remained for F C DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to c un bine the vir tues ot Witch Hazel with other an tiseptics in the form of a salve De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world for sores cuts burns bruises and piles The high standing of this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is ad vised to look for the name DeWitt on the package and accept no other Sold by Z Wayne Griffin afBro I AVcgclabls Preparation forAs slmilniing Iherot andRcgula I liiif UicSloinuciis arulBowcIs of i = o == a Promotes D1 2esiiorCheeiTuh ness met RestConlflins neither OphwiMorphim nor Mineral NOT Lllr7tc n ProJrdrS11EIPITCJlEI tTw il SstfYIII 1IPAI1JT J1fIt1tII IfnIf1kretfa e- ihiltlrf rrfoiz1ffrrlII I nem r forConstirxi 1 lion Sour SlotaachDinrrltoca- 11ormsConvulsiunsFcvcrtshI riil tfIII L XKVVOTZKc = I y EXACT CCPY OF WRAPPER i 44 t f t w 4 Infants 1e Harris The Seller of Age without the knife HAUIIIS 1OSITIVK PI1K Tim will do It Made only by the 1lIrtfl rimrimirnl Co lncl For sale by f J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I WeakHearts Aro due to Indigestion Nlnetynlno of every one hundred people who have heart troubl can remember when it was simple Indlges lion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic aro not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indl gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaubla of Nevada 0 says I had itomaeh trouble and was In a bad state aa had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyipeptla Cure for about tout nonthi and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoua straIn and the heart of all pressure BottUi only 5100 Size holding 2K doss th trial stte which sells for SOc Prepared by E0 O WITT A 00 OHIOAQO 7 r Salvo For PilM Burn Sore BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If you harent a regular healthy movement of the yourbowelsviolent phyile or pill potion la danEeroui The keeplDItheJnv EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good Da Good Never Sicken Weaken or Orlpet 10 25 and M eenta per box Write for tree sample aud booklet on health Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR CLEAN VORMSl CASTORIA For and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature fl of N In- USB For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA THE CENTUII COMPANY HEW Ynaa CITY L Positive Pile Cure Biggest the lllItbtS S S S S S interferes I DeWitts BLOOD f ILLINOIS GENTRBL RtR 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 10 Days 60 Days December 15 Limit at greatly reduced rates Coach Excursions to St Louis Every Tucaday and Thursday in June at rates less than one tare for the round trip Tickets and prlculats as to specific rates limits and train time of your home ticket agent- S B VAN METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky F w UAUIOW D 1 A Loulnrllla A J McIWUGAIt n It New Orleans AHHAXSONOlA J ASCOTTAWPA Chicago MtfrophU WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEMoit ta Quantity B it In Quality For 20 Years Has Led all Worm RemediesYBOX X 33x AXJZ aaaeiTjGrGrxaisp Prepared br + JAMES F BALLARD St For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky J + H + VfrM + +++ ++++ jr FEMACURA lMmiy riiut ileM for Toiimlff HUeiiwH nrt on thi market but the only om thiit + HIM iiriiTiiu to IIH nn nliHohitc iiinl positive euro for nil forum of Kemnle Trouble IH rKMVlTltV A nlnulx trlnl will convince the im nt nkeptlcnl ot Its itlmoHt ml J- rMunloiirtciirnilvupowiMNt Mtiileonly by the lKITCHFIKIH 1llAltMUAI CO + sale by + f cuePur 0JH WILLIAMS Hartford Kyti+ ++++ + ++++++++++++++++++++++ ++G+++ 4- y Hartford Republican Issued by the llnrttord rnMlfhlnpr Company INCOtllORAVED C E SlIITJIIdltor TEEPIiO EO CwjanT3orla2i 3 3 m rough Filer 22- I Advertising Rates Joenl notices 10 fern per line tlnit IDs rtlon find tIc Ceuta wuli HiliMiintnt Insertion HlBplny net per loch 1 Insertion r s lni t rtion fonw nitlvclvi ii l r- JMjplny Inuit net per a raoutU lle 0 iI l i i IIJ play oliiitrotypi rIIItb n immtli to 1 I it1 Ottltunry and Mumory notices one tOllt n word or till user lit Words tab winst nwoiiipnnv- nmnnxcrlpt or ttii nrtlotf will be rut down to the rfiulivl limit All obltwiiry inetry one ant n word Curb Wn do Job IrlntlliR from rhIIt+ t to beet Ftlrea entiullanly low FRIDAY JUNE In- ANNOUNCEMENT Fort JAI Clt We ore nnthurltoil to nnnuntire JAMKS I MOHTOX nna cnndldiitf for the olfliv ot Jnller of Ohio county Mibjwt to the nctton ot tin lie pnlrttrnn party JDDOB PAUKKK still continues to stand pat on his silence MK HEARST has made the highest bid ever ottered for the Presidency IT is true that Hearst is young and can wait but his barrel may be empty lour years hence IIIE Democratic campaign cry for the coming contest will be turn the rascals out mind the other fellows F in FOUR years ago the Cleveland crowd said that Democracy couldnot win Bryan is saying the saute thing noiTux peerless leader advises Democrats to die for their principles There is no need of that no one will attempt to take the article from them 11TEhear it said that Mr Hearst is to he left without a leg to taudon but the most serious part of the matter will be when he is left without a leg to pull A PRESIDENT of the United States has more power than it is prudent to entrust to a man who is eloquent in his silence on the vital issues that confront the nation today A NEW YOKK judge in an elabor ate opinion held that street car con ductors have no right to kick a pas senger in the stomach Does this mean that hereafter conductors must only kick them in the face IT will be noted that while the Democrats are even more hopelessly divided on questions of party policy than they are in the matter of candidates there is no whisper of division either on policies or candidates among Republicans In every State in the Union the Republicans stand pat on the tariff as they stand pat on Theo dore Kooscvelt AT the Democratic convention here last Saturday a prominent Democrat in the course of a great speechsaid We the Democrats have kept the faithand fought an honest and de cent fight in Kentucky HOt true this statement is can be ascertained by a simple reference to the manner in which William S Taylor was de posed as Governor of the State THOSE RESOLUTIONS The resolutions adopted by the Democratic Convention whichwas pulled off at the court house here last Saturday contains some of the most remarkable statements that we have ever seen embodied in any par tys declaration of faith or principles which it proposes to ask an intelligent electorate to indorse A few lines of the wonderful instrument and the part referring to the national Government we produce as follows TIIXPH iirnUvIfd for no other purpose but to bedldtrlbuted itmone fiivorrd co- ntrsctmsnudtlti rmiderlnupnrtVHirrliv to th IVdertil Viliiilnl trnlloii Kxtrnv HKnniv and a rekleas dlsrrganl of the rights ot the tiixuiVMrrt told the com mug people murk evurr loge of rwnt lpul1ltiin lilBtorv We deniHint n rturn to n Hlinpti nuinornitlitrovirninent This is an indictment of every citi zen who is in sympathy with the pres ent administration headed by Presi dent Roosevelt You are accused of i lending your aid to the levying of taxes for the benefit of a select few To the noninformed citizen extrav agance and rreckless disregard of the rights of the taxpayers as the reso lutions have it may be a corker But did you know the Federal gov ernment collects not a cent of tax from you All that you pay in the way of taxes is to the sheriff of your county for the benefit of the State and countyThe paragraph under consideration ends by a demand of a return to simple Democratic government which we construe to mean such as we had under the administration of Soup House Cleveland for it was indeed very simple to the American workingman then straight soup dispensed at public bousesI CENTERTOWN- June SMlss Katie Waterson Williams Mines Is visiting the fami ly of Charlie Collins Mrs Will Stewart and daughter Annie Evansvllle are visiting rela lives here Messrs Will Sallee C L Brown John Gray and W A Roue have gone to ArkansasMr Morton left Tuesday for McLean county where he will be married to Miss M P OFlynn Wednes day evening at S p m after which he and his bride will attend the Worlds FairMr Warren Lindley Point Pleas ant who has been ill at Dr Tiche nors Is slowly improving Mr B E Ross has a position in Mortons drug store Mr B Swain has opened a new black smith shop In the Warden propertyL Bruwn is abli to be out again after a short illness Miss Mary Sa lee entertained her many friends last Sunday evening- WHiTESVILLE June SMr and Mrs D L Jack son have moved to Mr Edmund Lit seys property Misses Martha and Katie Kittinger have returned home tram Owensboro where they have been attending col legeMr Jesse Strothers has returned from Lexington college Miss Annie Hickey visited friends and relatives in Owensboro last week returning home Sunday Mr and Mrs W R Cook McHen ry spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs D F Brook They were accompanied home by Grace and Wil son Brooks their sister and brother Miss Numa McCarty is visiting ia OwensboroMiss McCarty and Mr Myr tle Floyd spent Saturday and Sunday in Knottsville Lonnle McCarty went to Knotts ville Sunday Rev T J Ratcliff came down from Fordsville this morning to attend the HollandLowe nuptials Messrs Fabian Coomes and Tom Pirtle Knottsville were In town Sun dayBorn to the wife ot I B Ware a girl Mss Florence Simmons who has been visiting friends and relatives here returned to her home at Rome SaturdayMr Neel is visiting in Louis villeMiss Bessie Neel has accepted po sition in Owensboro as book keeper Miss Sue Moseley has returned from Nashville Ttnn where she held a position ai book keeper Miss Ida Park Hartford is here to attend the Holtand Lowe nuptials Mr James Lewis West Louisville is the guest of Mr Miller Holland Miss Mabel Holland and Mr James Lowe Hartford will b = married Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Geo Holland three miles north ot here The attendants will be Miss Ida Park Hartford and Mr Clarence Smith Owensboro The bridal couple will leave Immedi ately for their future home near Hartford where they expert to wel come their friends to supper Our best wishes go with them Mr Jackson is having his house remodeled For Sale One lot with two story residence on West side of Main street Beaver Dam Ky Gardon stable cistern and well All in good repair For particulars address MRS OMA B HOOKER 515 E Sixth St Bloomington Ind See How Democratic Factions En tered the Convention State Auditor Samuel W Hager Senator Blackburn speaking for the antiadministration forces saysfor the administration II thatOurS Ig the convention is held It is an ab would spit in the face of any man solute and Ironclad certainty that who would Intimate or suggest to me Gov Beckhams friends will organto quit It will be a fight on every ize and control the convention We proposition that conies before that are gaining votes now I do not see convention I have never quit and upon what ground the opposition by the eternals I will not do so now bases its claim unless it is to secure We will win and the world may know an opportunity to make some speech now and forever tbat in this engage eStWe will have over 900 votes In ment either I or the opposition will the conventionbe buried ICounty Court Orders of the Ohio County court entered at the regular June term June 6th 1904 M W Bell and others motion for new roadcommissioner to open ruled to reportIchange in roaddismissed at cost of applicantsCommonwealth vs Dennis Tiche noralias and continued W A Clark et nl petition for public draincontinued- B W Rial et al petition for public draincontinuedU al motion for new roadordered established W A Hlggs appointed to open Gilbert Taylor et al motion for lo cal option election at MeHenry peti tion dismissed- E P Neal committee for F M Daugherty report of settlement continued for exceptions- S A Anderson guardian for Blanch Brown and others ssttlement order ed to recorJ G W Hunter administrator of Al vin Hunter deceasedsettlement or dered to record- C P Brown executor of A G Brown deceassd settlement ordered to record G D Royal administrator of T D Royal deceasedappraisement order ed to record M A Chapman administrate of W L Chapman appraisement order ed to record- J D Maddox guardian of Annie L Maddoxsettlement continued for exceptionsC uardian of Zach Greet and otherssettlement continued for exceptionsThomas Gretr guardian for Lonnie Greer settlement continued for ex ceptionsA Miller administrator of E P Neal deceased appraisement contin ued for exceptions Rachel F Wallace administrator of C J Wallace appraisements contin ued for exceptions J H Thomas administrator of W D Barnes deceased continued for exceptionsB administrator of W B Tichenorappraisement continued for exceptions Shelby Rock guardian of Dona and Lucy Rockreport continued for ex ceptionsThe will of Dr J W Meador was probated and ordered to record Lydice F Westerfield was qualified as administrator of Cicero Westerfield deceasedA voting precinct was formed by dividing the precinct of Ivtnavllle The new precinct to be known as Herbert Beaver Dams New Enterprise- Mr A C Taylor Hartfords hust ling liveryman and undertaker has opened up at Beaver Dim a complete stock of Coffins and Caskets in eluding a general selection from the cheapest to the finest and every thing necessary in a firstclass under taking establishment Calls will be answered promptly at any hour of the day or night A fine hearse and team stands ready for service at any time Embalming will be made a specialty Those desiring anything in his line from his Beaver Dam department will please call on or address A C Taylor Undertaker and Embalmer Beaver Dam Ky Strides In Telephony The recent tarffic arrangement be tween the large Independent Long Distance Telephone Companies of the country with the best possibly con structed copper metalic circuit ex tending from Pllladelphia toSt Louis connecting all intermediate local ex changes will be of vast importance to the telephone users of the whole coun try and calls to mind the fact that twentyeight years ago the first tele phone was used and upon which the Jill Humors Arc impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there is such au accumulation of them They litter the whole system I Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indigestion dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the whole system I had salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and it drove out the humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared MBS IRA 0 DROWN Kumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises t euro and keeps tho promise on Bell Telephone Company of Boston had a complete monopoly for twenty years when these patents expired since which time the independents have i 5 proved and popularized It and its use until now there are more in dependent phones in use than the Bells The ratters attitude towards competition as shown by the courts descisions in the Evansville and Tennessee suits have had no little to do with the results and we predict that within a few years nearly every home in the whole country will have a telephone OIl Life The poets exclamation O Life I feel thee bounding In my veins Is a joyous one Persons that can rare ly or never make it in honesty to themselves are among the most unfortunate They do not live but ex ist for to live implies more than to I be To live is to be well and strong I to arise feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day and to retire not I overcome by themto feel life boundI ing in the veins A I has made thousands of people men- I and women well and strong has ac- complishedI a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine is Hoods Sarsaparilla The weak rundown or debilitated from any cause should not fail to take it It builds up the whole system changes existence into llfeand makes life more abounding We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readers of our columns His TourMr Everet Ellis returned to his home near Beda last Saturday after an absence of five montbs during j which time he has traveled in round numbers eight thousand miles Dur ling this extended trip he visited Ogden Salt Lake City Port land Astoria Los Angeles Sacra mento San Francisco and various other western cities Among the many things of interest he enjoyed none was more fascinating than the voyage down the Columbia river rich in the varied and gorgeous splendor of its scenic beauty Passing out of the river he voyaged on the placid bosom of the mighty ocean that bathes the land of eternal summer far away towards the sunset He returns to take up his work as teacher in the public schools refreshed and invigorated in mind and body and embellished and enriched by that kind of knowledge which comes to I those only who extend their zone of observation beyond the scenes of childhood Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales Cattlebest quality 5 oo to 5 25 Hogsbest quality 4 85 Choice light shippers 460 Sheepand LambsExtra shipping sheep 4 00 to 441 Extra spring lambs 600 to 7 00 sY fi t4 T5he TalkoF Ir- MI4 1 15he County 9r9- 4R a I HcadwearI44 Stylish famous recommen 14 faction receive constant sir 9rivals new things in Millinery gives t to each customer Ill unbroken stock t which se Stok1s t large our prices right endour bMleI11tanent nether 1Vithour t4 unsurpas ud ability to pleats places us in better po silion to serve you than anywbere tIt you can go Ladies Oxfords We are certainly showing tIll most complete line r of ladles LowCuts embracing style qunlitynnd price be seen anywhere Our line bPI foul plett lull if you set us you are sure to get a satisfac tory selection 4 Ladies and Gents Fiirnisniiigs In this we we Ire position to satisfac torily serve our customers always giving tbem Ill newest tilings to be found hee our line of Whirls Ladies and ismso11mtilits Melts and anything you may need in tIt line it come from our 4 store it is the correct thingr fh Overalls t 4i The Carhartt = brand needs no 44 elation to those who have = worn them Buy this lini 4 i of us when in need of Over 43 alls Work Jackets Shirt or Caps and satis i A full line al I The b of bsr from to Z1 left Our b fF to i line feel in If 4i ways in stock guaranteed to wear ij I iuare determined to make this the most popular J f 43 trading enter Our increased popularity and grow it j ing wiles give us the encouragement we possess tIlt l 4 energy have the sto1of goods which command it lei 4 so bring us anything you may have to sell and rti i3 cent its value in something you need rememhering if r t 4i three things in which we without iu stion already 41 surpass Clothing Millinery and Dress Goods It j S TICHENOR McHenry I u utnftftfiJw WeAre The People You want to See when you are buying Pants Shoes Slippers Shirts Collars Suspenders F Ties Hats Underwear Corsets Dry Goods and Notions Groceries Hardware STOVES HARNESS and SAD DLERY etczWho Are We The Brown Mercantile Co INCOIUOllATKt P SWe Want Your Feathers Wool Poultry and Eggs p P- n I t EIIPIBARNESBROI4- Z 4- f 4 Barnes Shoes JLTC new spring lasts in tho lace blucher lowcuts jT g lllttkof kangaroo calf box calf velour cnlfvici S kangaroo and patent loathe 2 0 V Our 150 Line VII11S line consists of Shoes made up with plain jj C toes all the new narrow toes and show asJniiuh style in shape as other lines at more money SA Made of Kangaroo Calf Casco Calf and Vici Kid tOur 200 and 250 Line C At these two prices wo can give you the lace or bluchoi shapo plain or any shape in the narrow a jf ttoos made in all the leathers except the patent 4i in lowcuts 02 Jy A Our 300 350 and 400 Lines r JJ All the bwuity of style and finish that the mot j oxperiiMuvd designer can conceive is embodied in 7i those shots They are made from the very host JIIeatIit r the manufacturers can procure You can- E buy them in lowcuts plain toes and all till now narrow lasts 11HIof Viii Kangaroo Yelour Z Patent Leather and Box Calf K Boys Wear Shoes HoiiUinberini that elllmon were once b0s and that iiun must still come form the sanlesuurcP we- r arc well quipped to satisfy the most particular f t boy Our Hoys Shoes aro sized1ronl s to 11 L 12 to 2s and 3 to flL Made of Casco calf lox j Calf Vici and Patent leather and are priced at- c suio I2i Slno S2nO and S225 JSummer Coats Vests and Pants tMens Straw Hats and Summer Millinery Ladies Mens and Boys Underwear tFans Belts Collars and Umbrellas Hose HalfHose Handkerchiefs and Neckwear f- I p I 1 + Gloves Hairpins PuffCombs Hair Ornament Beavor DaD3 Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 10 H Illinois Central RailroadTim Tablo Norlb Ron nil Month nnnnil- No 11No 135 iluK 53Bn m llilui113l n m I y 102 tlu401I m ul0l ijtit W I of Non dUI 1210 I 01 No Ml due DUO p ui Hot Fish at City Restaurant I Wilson Roslnc called at THE REPUBLICAN office Wednesday See that new line of Candlesat City Restaurant Out of sight II W R Carson Beda called to see ua Saturday Per fresh Crackers go to City Res taurant 4R J Mason Buford made us a pleasant call Friday Get your Meals at the City Restau rant Everything firat class Latest styles in LowCut Shoes at SAM BACUS Drop In at City Restaurant Every thing first class II you dont think I am selling out at reduced prices just come am see R T ILER Hartford Ky Col Abb Pryor Louisville was the guett of Mr and Mrs Ben D Ringo the first of the week Ice Cream at Griffins drug store at anytime All klndsof cooling drinks a specialty Your patronage appre late d- Drs Yewell King Osteopaths tear rooms J A Thomas corner up stairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination reetfCapt W H Moore who was In juried by a large block oi Ice tailing on his feet at the cold storage lost r week is improving f City Restaurant wants your tr ade pleaseiProf I S Mason Fordsvllle called to see us Wednesday Nicest lines of Fruits Candles Cakes c In Hartford at City Restaurant Jesse Smith Ceralvo visited in town this week Gents furnishing goods a specialty- at ECONOMY STORK Spurgeon Foster Horse Branch made us a pleasant call Saturday We will sell Calicoes through June at 52 CARSON CoI Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was in town Monday duringthing good to eat Dont overlook our ofler on Call coes through June CARSON Co Rev C R Crowe of Sebree Ky visited his parents RevE M Crowe and wife last week We have a nice lot ot thin goods at thin prices for hot weather buyers CARSON Co Mrs M J Ried and daughter Margaret Rockport are visiting rela tives in Hartford- Special Ribbon sue from now until July AH readytowear Hats reduced to half prices ECONOMY STORE Ice Cream Soda and all kinds o cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Mr and Mrs J S Leisure Beda made us a pleasant call while In town Tuesday See our new Worlds Fair Sailors They are beauties and the newest thing out Mns SARAH COUJHS SMITH a Ladies Nursing Vests at Fairs The New White Kid Belts are at Fairs Nazareth Waists for Children at Fairs Fairs Sheer Organdies at roc are the kind you are paying 150 for L M Sanderfur Horton made us- a pleasant call yesterday Miss Nell Austin Beaver Dam Is visiting in Hartford this week Attorney E M Woodward went to Calhoun Saturday and returned Sun day Mrs A F Stanley returned Wed nesday from an extended visit at Lexington Largest assortment embroiders TIm BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky One hundred dollars to be given away in Crystal Presscut Glasiware Callforcoupons ECONOMY STORE Mrs Carrie Williams Crowley La arrived yesterday to be the guest of relatives here Leave your Laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf We buy Ginseng and herbs Tin BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Master Roy Heavrin left yesterday for a three weeks visit at Owensbon and Henderson If you are going to the World Fairyou will need a Trunk Suit Casi or Telescope Fairs have the best line When In need ol a new Suit of Clothes dont fall to see our line You will find the nicest styleE- CONONV STORK Mr Taylor Bartley left Sunday for Penvllle fnd to work He will stay with his uncle Mr J P Leamon while there Messrs V S Tinsley and S A PIIodgenightIMr Gilbert Dodson has gone to St Louis His wife expects to join him in a few days when they will attend the Worlds Fair Uptodate slippers womens and childrens All Style TILE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky In order that we may not carry over any straw hats for men or boys we have reduced the prices on all straw goods 25 per centCARSON Co We will deliver Ice from 5 to 7 oclock in the morningcan be had at shop all hours during the day Your patronage solicted MOORE CRABTRKK Dr Wayland Alexander Owens boro was in town Wednesday We understand that there will bean effort made to employ him to take charge of Hartford College the ensuing term Marshal W M Bryant of Horse Branch arrived yesterday morning with Levi Allen who he arrested on a charge ot wife beating Falling to give bond Allen was committed to the care ol Jailer Black for cafe keep ingWhen in need of Footwear whether Hosiery Tan Shoes Black Shoes or Slippers for young and old call onus The best line for the lowest prices will be found at the Economy Store MRS SARAH COLLINS SMITH Editor Heber Matthews and fami ly C It Smith and wife will leave Sunday W S Tinsley and wife Row an Hoolbrook aad family will leave Monday for St Louis to be present at Kentucky Day at the Louisiana Par chase Exposition which is June iS Marriage license issued since our ast report Estill F Brown Centrality to Etta F Stroud Central City comer Milllgan Herbert to Melville Stewart Herbert Thomas C Martin Horton to Donia Rock Beaver Dam Frank Burden Binock to Lillle F laugherty Falz town We have just selected from our Clothing stock a jr at big assortment of odd pants ranging in price from 1 to 3 per pair We have placed them on our counters In tvo lotsI 100 to 150 for choice This is your chance to get a nice pair of pants for a small sum of money Every man in the county should take advantage of this offerCARSON Co New line Colored Silk Umbrellas at Fairs McCall Bazar Patterns at Fairs loc isc None higher Supt J M DeWeese will leave to day to visit his mother near Shreve He will return Monday Mrs J E Fogle Is attending the Womans Foreign Mission Society which is in session at Hopklnsvllle A complete line of Hamilton Brown ladles and gents Slippers just re ceived SAM BACH The following young people spent quite a pleasant day at Aldrle Hills the home of Gen Buel in Muhlenberg county last Sunday Misses Birdie and Flossie Woodward Hartford Mr Arthur Baker Mr Paul Wood ward and wife Beaver Dam Miss Mella Southard Prentls and Miss Maude Render McHenry A recent Issue ol the Owensboro I Messenger contains a report of an antilawless meeting held at Liver more The article among other thing contains the following paragraph It Is thought that the citizen of Livermore will bring suit against Ohio county for five or ten thousand dol lars for allowing blind tigers and gambling places to be carried on just across Rough river from the towu on the place called the Point s fGENERAL INTELLIGENCE Curt Jett the notorious Breathltt county murderer began his life sen tence in the penitentiary at Frank fort Wednesday He was put to work in the chair factory- A call has been Issued for a meet ing ol the antiParker Democrats in New York City on June 18 to send a I delegation to St Louis to protest j against the nomination of Judge Parker for President The Beckham machine dominated the Louisville convention Wednesday Everything went the way of the machine The convention failed to Instruct for any one for President The committee on Resolutions voted down a motion to report a resolution instructing for Parker Bare Prompt Foiltrre Care for Impound Lots of Manhood Stmlnol Emlitloni Sptrmaterrliea Nooun8fOftrIItLOll goour0 Sores 6 00- 8prota101 tJtllJn Ualtiit oltb taah Bar Adttma 1aUAri1 EcOW uJutCo 11010 Luny Ain STLOUIB Mo4 CASTOBXABears the You Have AIwafs Bough 8lputare ot C11 June I Offerings Wo are prepared to show you the prettiest line of sheer Wasli Goods Dainty Laces Embroideries White Goods Belts Ladies Collars etc that it has ever been our privilege to show through June The hot weather has just begun You will need these goods and our low prices will make you buy them Plain sheer India Linons Gc to 20c Fine Mercer ized Figured White Goods 20c to 25c Fancy Fig ured Organdies lOCi Figured Satin Stripe Lawns 15c Fancy Cotton Voiles 25c White Corded Piques 20c We can match any of the above with Laces etc too many to mention No line in Hartford to compare with ours Come to see them Belts Fans Collars Parasols Etc No ladies outfit is complete without a neat Belt pretty Fan Parasol or stylish Neckwear We are beyond a doubt headquarters for these goods Our Fans are marvels of beauty and low in price Belts are the latest patent leather white Kid Black Silk Belts and Girdles all with pretty buckles Our stock of Collars comprises the latestall styles and prices from 25c to 100 Colored Silk Umbrellas from 200 to 350 To rightly appreciate these goods you must visit us and see them Millinery Specials The season is now far advanced and in accoidance with our custom we have inaugurated a CLEAR ANCE SALE Former prices are not considered They must move and move at once so if you are looking for new millinery at a low price dont fail to see us Our Ribbon stock is in this depart ment We have no Special Sales but our every day prices are just a shade lower than special sale prices All shades all widths and low prices at ALL TIMES Our stock of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Slippers and Shoes is in fine condition We solicit your June shopping and shall endeavor to merit it by giving you the latest goods at lowest prices GREATI s wwWW e l1 aaaaa 4 4 4 Just from the Eastern Markets E Where we have purchased a big lot of new goods such as Clothing Hats Dress = 43 Goods Shoes and in fact everything needed to dress you up in the latest style Our Clothing = The famous STERLING brand cannot be excelled for = neatness beauty or durability Remember we guarantee every Sterling Suit we sell Prices of these goods range from = 6 to 2250 Our Line of Shoes = The celebrated Hamilton Brown will give you better satisfaction Y in point of neatness and comfort than any Shoe on = the market Every pair guaranteed Prices from 125 to 5 ty- I yy We will quote you the following unequaled low prices which will give you an idea of the great bargains you can = secure from us Good Heavy Domestic 6c Calico 5c good y heavy Hickory Shirting Tic extra heavy Bedticking 15c per yard Ladies Hose 5c a pair Childrens Hose 5c a pair = Mend Socks 5c a pair Three pair Suspenders 25c Ten y Mens black Clay Worsted Suits going at 245 better grade bf 300size 35 to 42 Youths Suits at 235 childrens at 6bc 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 and for less money than any other house in Ohio county Come to see us and we will do the rest q = Yourt for BL1sirJess or i SAM BACH Hartford 14 s 3 rKATE BONNETA PIRATES t DAUGHTER I CBy FRANK w R STOCKTON J Uopjrlkht IUS br D Applclon J Co New York ChAPTER XXIII- DIfIORY STRUT HIS HIS LKOS HKRI wore jolly times ton hJrd the swift ship Revenge as she sped through the straits of Florida on her way tip the Atlantic coast The skies were bright the wind was fair and the warm waters of the gulf stream helped to carry her bravely on her way But young Dlckory Charter ate so little tossed about so much in his berth turned so pale and spoUe so seldom that the bold Capt Blackboard de clared that he should have some modi cine I shall not let my fine lieutenant suffer for want of drugs he criil and when I reach Charles Town I 1shall send ashore a boat and procure some and if the citizens disturb or interfere with my bravo fellows Ill horn bard the town There will be medicine I to take on one side or the other I I swear And loud and ready were tilt oaths he sworo A pirate who carries with him an In tended soninlaw is not likely If he be of Blackboards turn of mind to surfer I all his family plans to be ruined for the want of a few drugs An Island with palm trees slowly rose on the horizon and off this Island it was that after a good deal of tacking and closehauling the Revenge lay to to take In water far better water than that which had been brought from Belize Do you want to go ashore In the boat boy said Blackboard reall mindful of the health of this projected member of his family It may hell your appetite to use your legs Dlckory did not care to go anywhere but he had hardly said so when a re vulsion of feeling came upon him and turning away so that his face might not be noticed he said he thought the land air might do him good While the men were at work carrying their pails from the wellknown spring to the wa ter barrels in the boat Dickory strolled about to view the scenery for it could never have been expected that a first lieutenant in uniform should help to arry water At first the scenery did not appear to be very interesting and Dlckory wandered slowly from here to there then sat down under a tree Presently he rose and went to another tree a little farther away from the boat and the mon at the spring Here he quietly took off his shoes and his stockings and having nothing else to do made a little bundle of them list lessly tying them to his belt then he rose and walked away somewhat brisk er but not In the direction of the boat He did not hurry but even stopped sometimes to look at things but he still walked a little briskly and always nway from the boat He had been so used this child of outdoor life to going about the world barefooted that It was no wonder that he walked briskly being relieved of his encumbering shoes and stockings After a time he heard a shout behind Tiim and turning saw three men of the loafs crew upon a little eminence tailing to him Then he moved more quickly always away from the boat and with his head turned he saw the men running towards him and their shouts became louder and wilder Then he set off on a good run and presently heard a pistol shot This he knew Val to frighten him and make him stop but he ran faster and soon turned the rorner of a bit of woods Then he was away at the top of his speed making for a Jungle of foliage not a quarter of a mile before him Shouts he heard and more shots but he caught sight of no pursuers Urged on even as the7 were by the fear of returning to the ship without Dlckory they could not THEN US SET OW AT A GOOD UUN- AM F3sSU2NTLT lD RD A rz3 IWri s u5 g- tk t i = t- f I bounder After a time Dickory stopped running for his path arrays straightaway so far as he could judge from the landingplace became very dim cult In the forest there were streams sometimes narrow and sometimes wide and how deep he knew not so that now he jumped now he walked on fallen trees CHAPTER XXIV A GIRL WHO LAlaJlED A I T WAS towards nightfall of the day on which I nl1nr lint pIn11 from the pirates at the spring that he found himself on a piece of high ground In an open place In the forest and here he determined to spend the night With his dirk he cut a quantity of palmetto leaves and made himself a- very comfortable bed on which he was soon asleep fearing no pirates- In the morning he rose early from Ins green couch ate the few biscuits which were left In his pockets and putting on his shoes and stockings started forth upon what might have been supposed to be an aimless tramp But It was not aimless Dlckory had a most wholesome dread of that Indomitable apostle of cruelty and wickedness the pirate Blackboard He be lieved that it would be quite possible for that twvage being to tie up his beard in tails to blacken his face with powder to hang more pistols from his i belt and around his neck and swear that the Revenge should never leave her anchorage until her first lieutenant had been captured and brought back to her So he tint an aim anti that was to get away as far as possible from the spot where he had landed on the island With his shoes on he traveled more easily although not so swiftly and aft er an hour of very rough walking he heard a sound which made him stup instantly and listen At first he thought It might be the wind in the trees but soon his practiced ear U ld him that it was the sound of the surf upon the beach Without the slightest hesitation he made his way as quickly as possible towards the sound of tho seaSIn less than half an hour he tound himself upon a stretch of sand which extended from the forest to the sea and upon which the waves were throw ing themselves in long crested lines With a cry of Joy he ran out upon the beach and with outstretched arms hc welcomed the sea as if It had been an old and welltried friend But Dlckory thought of no enemy He pressed on along the beach The walking was so much better now that he made good progress and the sun had not reached Its zenith when he found himself on the shore of a small stream which came down from some higher land in the Interior and here poured itself Into the sea He walked some distance by this stream in order to get some water which might be free from brackishness and then with very little trouble he crossed it Before him was a knoll of moderate heIgh and covered with foliage Momling this he found that he had an extended view over the Interior of the Island In the background there stretched a wide savanna and at the distance of about half a mile he saw very near a littlei cluster of trees a thin co smoke HI eyes rounded and he stared and stared He now perceived from behind the leaves the cud of a thatched roof People Dickory exclaimed and his i heart beat fast with joy Why his heart should be Joyful he could not have himself except that there was no toldI ly reason to believe that the who were making that fire near that thatchedroof house were pirates To go to this house whatever it might b i to take his chances there Instead of remaining alone in the wide forest was our young mans Instant deter minationAfter brisk walk which was somewhat longer than he had supposed it would be Dlckory reached the house I behind the trees At a short distance burned the fire whose smoke he had j seen Over the fire hung an iron pot I Oh blessed pot A gentle breeze blew from the fire towards Dlckory and from the heavenly odor which was borne upon it he knew that something good to cat was cooking in that pot A man came quickly from behind the house He was tall with a beard a little gray and his scanty attire was of the most nondescript fashion Witt amazement upon his face he spoke to Dickory in English What sir he cried has a manof war touched at this island Dlckory could not help smiling forIthe mans countenance told him he had been utterly astounded and even stupefied by the sight of a gentle man In naval uniform in the interior of that island an almost desert region No manofwar has touched here said Dlckory and I dont belong toI one I wear these clothes because II am compelled to do so having no oUt ers Yesterday afternoon I escape1 from some pirates who stopped for wa ter and since leaving them I have made my way to this spot The man stepped forth quickly and stretched out his hand Bless you Bless you he cried You are the first human being other than my family that 1 have seen for two years A little girl now came from behind the house and when her eyes fell up on Dlckory and his cocked hut shs screamed with terror and ran indoors A woman appeared at the door evi pleasI ing upon them It will be enough to say they covered her Her amazement more than equaled that of her husband she stood and stared but could not speak Prom the spring at the end of the Island cried the man to this house since yesterday afternoon I have al ways supposed that no one could get here from the spring by laud I call that way impassable You are safe here sir I am sure Pirates would not follow very far through those forests and morasses they would bo afraid they would never get hack to their ship But I will find out for certain It you have reason sir to fear pursuit by boat or otherwise The man was now called away and when he returned he said to Dickory Fear nothing sir your ship is no longer at the anchorage by the spring She has sailed away wisely conclud ing I suppose that pursuit of you would be oily and even madness During the meal Dickory briefly told his story confining It to a mere state ment of his escape from the pirates Blackboard exclaimed the man Truly you did well to get away froth him no matter into what forests you plunged or upon what desert island you lost yourself At any moment IIP might have turned upon you and cut you to pieces to amuse himself I have heard the most horrible stories of Blackboard He treated me very well said Dickory but I know from his own words that he reserved me for a mos horrible fate What exclaimed the man and he told you He Is Indeed a demon Yes said Dlckory he said over and over again that he was going tr take me to England to marry me tc his daughter- At this the wife could not refrain from a smile Matrimony Is not gen orally considered a horrible fate said she perhaps his daughter may be a most comely and estimable youna pur son Girls do not always resemble their fathers Now tell me your story I pray you said Dlckory But first I would like very much to know how you found out that Blackbeards ship was not at heranchorageThats thing said the man Of course you did not observe for you could not that from its eastern paint where lies the spring this Ishandstretehes In a long curve to the south reaching northward again about this spot Consequently there is QI little bay to the east of us across which we can see the anchoring ground of such ships as may stop here for water Your way around the land curve of the sland was a long one but the distance straight across the bay is but a few miles Upon a kill not fat from here there is a very tall tree which overtops all the other trees and to the upper branches of this tree my daughter who is a great climber fre quently ascends with a small glans and is thus able to report if there is a vessel at the anchorage thutIa grown young woman theiunnecessary information was given In tones which might indicate that the young lady neighborIIt is Important said the man that I should know If vessels have anchored here for If they be merchant men I sometimes do business with fticm ThalIname er and about two years ago I was ou my way from England to Barbadoea where with my wife and two girts I expected to settle We were captured by a pirate ship and marooned upon this island I will say to the pirate captains credit that he was a good sort of man considering his profession He sailed across the bay on purpose to find a suitable place to land us and ho left with us some necessary articles such as axes and tools some kitchen utensils and a gun with sonic ammuni lion Then he sailed away leaving us here and here we have since lived Under the circumstances we have no right to complain for had we been taken by an ordinary pirate It is likely that our bones would now be lying at the bottom of the ocean Here I have worked hard arid hav made myself a home such as it Is There are wild cattle upon the distant savannas and I trap game and birds cultivate the soil to a certain extent woImany a respectable family In England Sometimes when a merchantman an chors here and I have hides or any thing else which we can barter for InIthus very much bettered our condition But in no case have I been able to provide my family with suitable clothesWhy did you not get some of these merchant ships to carry you away asked Dlckory The man shook his head There is no place he said sadly to which 1 can in reason ask a ship to carry mo and my family We have no money no property whatever In any other place I would be far poorer than I am here My children are not uneducated my wife and I have done our best for them in that respect and we have some books with us So as you see It would bo rash in me to leave a home which rude as It is shelters and sun ports my family to go as paupers and strangers to somo other land The wife heaved a sigh nut poor Lucllla she said It is dreadful that she should be forced to grow up here Lucllla asked Dlckory Yes sir she said my eldest daughter But she Is not here now Dlckory thought that It was some what odd that he should be again in formed of a fact which ho knew very well hut he made no remarks upon the subjectStill wearing his cocked hatfor he had nothing else with which to shield his head from the sunand with his uniform coat on for he had not yet ai opportunity of ripping from it the let ter he carried and this he would not part from Dlckory roamed about thn little settlement Mander was an in dustrious and thrifty man His gar den his buildings and his surround ings showed that Walking past a clump of low bushrs Dlckory was startled by a laughn hearty laughthe laugh of a girl Looking quickly around ho saw peer big above the tops of tIme bushes the I face of the girl who bad laughed- It Is too funny she said as his eyes fell upon JUT I never saw any I thing so funny in all my life A man in regimentals In this weather and 11111 on a desert Island You look as If oul I LOOKING QUICKLY AHOITND UK SAW PEEKING ABOVE THK TOPS OP TIn UUSHEH Till PACE OK THE UIItL WHO HAD LAUG lIED had marched farther than your army and that you had lost it in the forest Dlckory smiled You ought not to laugh at me he said for these clothes are really a great misfortune If I could change them for something cool I should be more than delighted Instead of that awful hat I can make you one of long grass Do you see the one I have on Isnt that a good hat I have one nearly finished which I am making for my father you may have thatHe accepted Instantly the offer of tho hat You seem to know all about me he said did you hear me tell my storyEvery word of It said she and It Is the queerest story I ever heard Think of a pirate carrying a man away to marry him to his davghter But why dont you come from be hind that bush and talk to me I cant do It said she I am dressed funnier than you are Now 1 am going to make your hat And in an Instant she had departed Dickory now strolled on and when he returned he seated himself In the shado near the house His heavy coat and waistcoat lay upon the ground be side him with the cocked hat placed upon tnem AS he leaned back against the tree and Inhaled the fragrant breeze which came to him from the forest Dlckory was a more cheerful young man than he had been for many many days He thought of this him self and wondered how a map carrying with him his sentence of a lifelong misery could lean against a tree and take pleasure in anything be it a hos pliable welcome a sense of freedom from danger a fragrant breeze or the face of a pretty girl behind a bush But these things did please him he could not help It And when presently camo Mrs Mander brtasfci a agbt grass hat fresh from the manufacturers hands he took it and put it on with more evident pleasure than the occasion seeraeu to demand Your daugktor is truly an artist said DIckory She does many things well said the mother because necessity compels her and all of us to learn to work In various ways A HtUe later Mander Joined Dlckory I am sorry sir said he that I am not able to present you to my daugh ter Lucilla It Is a great grief to us that her attire compels her to deny herself other company than that of her family I really believe sir that it Is Luclttas deprivations on this islan1 rhJoh term at present my principal Uscontafet with my situation But W4 tUl tWoy 522 hchc III wtI to cat and shelter over us and should not complain As soon as ho was at liberty to do so Dlckory walked by the hedge of low bushes and there above it was the bright face with tho pretty grass hat I was waiting for you said site II wanted to see how that hat fitted and I think It does nicely And I wanted to toll you that I have len looking out for ships hilt have not seen one I dont mean by that t limit I want you to go away almost as soon jus yon Irivo rome hilt of course If it menhunt should anchor here it would bo dreadful for you not to know 111m not sure said Dlckory gal lantly that I am In a hurry for a Still It is truly very pleasant here What makes it pleasant sitld Iho girl Dlckory hesitated for a moment The bmt from the forest said he She laughed It Is charming NIIlI saul limit there mire so many whore there is just as good a breeze or perhaps bolter How I would like to go to Nome ono of them To me t iuii island is lonely and doleful Every time I look over tho sea for a ship I hope that one will come that lan carry us away Then wild Dlckory I wish a shill would come tomorrow mimi taile us till away together Site shook her head As my father told you said site wo have no place to go to CHAPTER XXV JfCIIlA S SIIIJV SSOOas Hickory had left off his rocked limit and his goldembroi tiered mat the little girl Lena had j teased to bo afraid of him and tln next morning she rame to him seated lonely for this was a busy hlllllilhnillI antI asked him if ho won take a It wallInoon amid Lena hUll dropped atllttapi beneath the tree where Hickory uml her parents were conversing when suddenly there rushed upon the HlM group a most surprising figure At the first hush of thought Hickory sup posed that a boy from the skies hall dropped among thorn but In an Instant ho nvognlzcd the fut he hail soon above the bushes It was Lucilla tint daughter of till house Upon her hoid was a little straw hut and slit wore II loose tunic anti a pair of sailors trousers which had been cut off anti were short enough to show that r1li feet and ankles wore bare Around her waist slit hind a belt of skins from which dangled a string of crlnwui seabeans Her eyes were wide open her face was pale and she was trem bling with excitement What do you think she cried not caring who was there or who might look at her Theres a ship at tho spring and theres a boat rowing across the bay A boat with four men I inItAll started to their feet A boat cried Marnier with four men In It Run my dear to the cave press Into its depths as far as you can There is nothing there to be afraid of and no matter how frightened you are press into its most distant depths You ilr will remain with me or would you rather I rape If it is a pirate ship It may be Blackboard who has returned Not so cried Lucllla It Is a mer chant vessel and they are making straight for the mouth of our stream I will stay here with you said Dlckory and stand by you unless i may help your family seek the cave you speak of No no said Mander they dont need you and if you will do so we will go down to the beach and meol these men that will be hotter than td have them search for us They will know that people live here for my canoe is drawn UI on the beach Is this safe cried Dicker would It not be better for you to go with your family antI hide with them I will meet tho men In the boat No no said Mander If their vessel Is no pirate I do not fear them But I will not have them here Now after Mandor had embraced his family they hurried away in tears tne girl Lucllla casting not one glance at Dlckory Impressed by the impulse that It was the proper thing to do Dlckory put on his coat and waistcoat and clapped upon his head his high cocked hat Then he rapidly followed Mander to the beach which they reached before the boat touched the sand When the man In the stern of tho boat which was now almost wlthla hailing distance saw the two figures run down upon the beach he spoke to the oarsmen and they all stopped and looked around The stop was oc casioned by the sight of Dlckory in his uniform and this under the circumstances was enough to stop any boats crow Then they fell to again and pulled ashore When the boat was beached one of Its occupants a rough ly dressed man sprang ashore and walked cautiously towards Mander then he gave a groat shout Helgho helgho he cried and Mander this Is you I Then there was great handshaking and many words Excuse me sir said the man raising his hat to Dlckory It is now more than two years since I have seen my friend here when he was marooned by pirates We wore all on tho same merchantman but tho pirate took Old along being short of hands I got away at last sir all the time ad dreealng Dlcfcory instead of Mander tnUboInc respect to hJs rank and j W shipping on board that brig sir I begged it of the captain that ho would drop anchor here and take In water although I cannot say it was needed and give mo a chance to land and see if my old friend be yet alive I knew the spot having well noted It when Mandor anti his family were ma rooted This Is a great duty for your friend and his family But you must not lift your hat to me for I am no olllcer For a lung tine at least It scouted so to Dlckory who wanted to run to the cave and tell the good IIOWK they mill stood together on the sands jiml talked anti shook hands and laughed and were truly thankful the men who lund come In the boat as much so us those who were found on the Island It was agreed and there was no dis cussion on I his point that the Mander family should bo carried away In the It brig which was an English vessel bound for Jamaica hut the happy Man tier would not ask any of tho mutts crow to visit him at his homo Instead he besought thorn to return to their vessel and bring back sonic clothes for women If any sudi should be Included in her cargo My family Bald he are not In lit condition to venture themselves among wellclad peoplo They are liulood more like savages than am I myself I doubt said Manders irlonil if till ship carries goods of that dlIHrlpItion limit perhaps tho eiptnln you have a halt of cotton doth al though I suppose and here lie looked a little embarrassed Oh we can buy It crlod Dlckory taking somo pieces of gold from his pocket being roln which Blackboard t- hind furnished him swearing that his first lieutenant could not fool like a true olllcer without money In his juvh et take this and fetch tho cloth It nothing bolter can bo had Thank you crlod Mandor my wife and daiiKhlora emit soon fashion It into hiiic- lttii Mander anti Dlokory nadnil till house they did not stop but hur rlod on toward time cave lIhor ihoin together for each thoimht only of tin great Joy they wor taking with tin n- tomo out Come out shouted Manilor as In ran Null before tin y reached tho cuvo I 15 shuddering Itt matojt had hurried Into tho light Wlnh the cries and tho tars mimi tho cpiy brace woro ov r Lurtlla first l P al Dlckory Slit started her facii Unshod and she wan aIM lilt to drTw biick then ho stoppwl anti advancing hold out her band It cannot In lielpI she said anyway you have M + on mo bofor and I suppose it doesnt niattor Im a sailor boy and have to own up ti It I did hopI you would think of mo as a young lady hilt we are all so lisp py now that that doosnt matter Oh father site cried It cant bo wo art not lit to ho saved we must per ish hero in our wretched rags Not HO cried Dlckory with a bow Ivo already H UKII you a gown and I belie it Is pink As they mull hurried away the tale jf the hopedfor clothos was told and al though Mrs Mandor wondered how 4 gowns were to be made while a mer chantman waited slit said nothing of tier doubts and they all ran gleefully Lucilla anti Dlckory being the fleetest led the others and Dlckory HaitiII owIthat I have seen yon thus I shall be al most sorry If that ship can furnish you with common clothes what you wear becomes you so Oho cried Lucllla thats fine flattery sir but I am glad you saul it for that speech has made me feel morn like a woman than I have fell since I first put on this sailors toggery In the afternoon the boat returned Mander anti Dlckory 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Glenn S T Stevens D M Hocker Jn B Carson Jon C Juicy Town Trustees Itowan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlusley A C Taylor Coczet Cccietiee A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No jiG Jt A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough River Lodge 0110 Knights of Pythln meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No I 0 A Roo hold regular meetings Saturday beforeflrstSunday each month Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed To Thero nro three different manifesta tlons of sleeplessness Firat hardly to sleep a wink all night second to lio uwako a long tlmo before falling asleep third to fall asleep soon waking up after several hours und then find It hard to sleep ngan They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere In tho brain cells somewhere in tho blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something is radically wrong and must bo righted or time end may bo worse than death To right It take Dr Miles Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trou blo are DlzzlnoH Headache Back ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They indicate diseases whloli may lead to Epilepsy Fits St Vltus Dance Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quick und last Ing relief as Dr Miles Nervine My husband hud been sick for vouks could not sit up to have his bed made With all tho medical help we could get ho continued to grow worse Ho could neither sleep or cat Our baby girl wus sent away and all callers barred be cause he could not stand a bit of talk Ing I read of a case of nervous pros tration cured by Dr Miles Restorative Nervlne Wo begun giving It to him und In a few he was able to bo dressed From that tlmo ho steadily Improved Nervlno saved his life MRS A G IIASKIN Freevllle N Y TrlulltJiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our will cIla nose our case tell ittree1JBVfATU1Ui S LKlLRl N r I t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 10 I RELICS OF WARI I Ammunition Left by Strikers Found in Hopkins County A Flour Barrel Full of Cartridges Discovered by Boys While Playing Earllngton Ky June 4A sensa tional discovery has been made by boys at Boxtown In the southwestern part of Hopkins county which Is be lieved to be a relic of the famous Car bondale battle fought between three deputies and a body of more than one hundred marching union miners near Boxtown on Monday January 21 1901The find is a large quantity of longrange cartridges They were found on the side of the creek bed near Boxtown where they had been secreted in sacks Esquire Frank B Slsk road surveyor for Hopkins county came to town early this morning with several of these cart ridge The bullets were considerably corroded from having been buried in wet ground for many months They were Winchester 38 and 3855 and Peters 3855 caliber These he got from two boys who had a blasting powder can full and he says there were other varieties in the lotinclud Ing nickel steel jacketed bullets such as are used in Mausers and other long guns The boys told of distri button by the basket full from the load of cartridges found and the un derstanding was that they would fill a flour barrel The character condition and loca tion of the cartridges found together with the history of the union move ment in that quarter of Hopkins coun ty support the theory that this amt munition was buried by the union leaders after the disastrous ending of the Carbondale battle the first open I demonstration of force In the cam paign to unionize Hopkins county In this battle two leaders of the union party were killed and a horse ridden by i deputy was shot through the head The three deputies who partic ipated In the shooting were arrested upon charge of murder but after two trials were acquitted Boxtown was the union headquar ters and at the unions hall there the party of miners formed In marching order and marched toward Carbon dale and Crabtree miners before the battle Boxtowu was still heedquar ters some months later when a body of unionists fired upon a party of deputies who were going to serve warrants on union men in St Charles SMALLHOUS June 9Last Tuesday night during a thunderstorm the lightning struck the house of Mr C E Overton con siderably damaging the house and furniture The house was found to be on fire but the flames were stopped I before any serious damage was done Fortunately none of the fami ly were hurt Miss Alice Fulkerson returned home Saturday from a two weeks visit to relatives at Central City and Nelsons Creek Mrs Stevens Fordsvllle Ky who is the guest of her sister Mrs G H Lawrence attended Sunday School at Smallhous Sunday Misses Oma Maddox and Fannie Davis and Messrs Lewis Fulkerson and C C Kimbley attended the quar terly meeting at Point Pleasant Sun dayLittle Miss Ethel Marie Wood returned to her home at Ceralvo Sun day after a weeks visit to her aunt Miss Maggie Hunter and other rela tives here Master Shelby Bullock is the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Thomas Bishop Mutanzas Mr Clarence Overhults went to Ceralvo Sunday morning Mrs Jap S Trunnell and children Susie and Roy Hunter are expected Thursday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and sister Mrs James C Drake and other relatives hereMrs M P Maddox and Berry Tay lor are having chills Mr and Mrs Jesse Hill and little daughter and Mr M D Maddox near South Carrollton were the guest of their parents Mr and Mre M P Maddox Sunday HORRIBLE CRIME White Womans Child Has Negro Father in Un J ion County The Woman Drowns the Babe and Says She Did It On His OrderI The criminal history of Union county has on none of Its pages a more horrible a more revolting a more heinous crime than the Infanticide with which Victoria AUen white and Sam Henshaw colored are charged says the Morgan field Sun It Is difficult to understand how a woman can sink so low In the mire ot degradation for not only Is the Allen woman guilty of carnal knowl edge of a black paramour but she is also guilty of murdering her own flesh and blood In the last issue of the Sun was published an account of the finding of a babe on the river bank near Ral eigh The coroners inquest develop ed facts that convinced Coroner Dru ry there had been foul play and he went to work on the case It was known that a mulatto child had been born to the Allen woman an Inquiry revealed the fact that the babe had not been seen for several daysThe woman was located In Illinois over on Saline river by Coroner Drury and he went after her She agreed to return to Kentucky with out requisition papers and Tuesday was brought to Morgan field and lodg ed in jail Immediately Coroner Drury had a warrant Issued for Henshaw and Sheriff Berry and Deputy Roddy started after him In the meantime Mar shal Corey of Henshaw and deputies had surrounded the negro in a swamp and effected his capture He too was brought to this city and placed In jail In her confession the Allen woman stated that Sam Henshaw told her she must kill the babe and make away II cut Lion Coffee and a stamp entitle in addition to the reg free to one vote in I either with it or he would kill her She was afraid of the negro and the threat caused her to add murder to the guilty life she had been lead ing Victoria Allen is a white woman about forty years old and Is by no means a wretched looking creature She is married and has lived near Raleigh a number of years It is said her husband failed to provide for her and her children and that she went to Sam Henshaws to live It has been suspected for some time that her relationship with Sam Henshaw was improper Henshaw is a disreputable negro about sixtyfive or seventy years of age Anarchy Reigns in Colorado Fourteen years ago what is known as the Cripple Creek district in Colorado was a ranch mortgaged and considered worthless The moun tains were filled with prospect holes and the owners were harassed by suits for damages for cattle lost by falling in them The mortgagees foreclosed W S Stratton soon after discovered the In dependence mine and in three years the camp grew to great importance Today it isithe greatestgold producer the world Labor troubles have Iin its nemesis from the beginning 1894 and in 1898 and in 1901 the I miners were in open rebellion Today with Colorado In a state of anarchy with the Governor I pat for the rights of the mine owners I with the militia quartered on half a dozen camps widely separated aI reign of terror exists the like of whichwas never known In this county It is a fight for existence with the Miners Union and for the Statethe sole aim is to break the backbone of the labor organization I BUFORDIField and son Coleman visited Mrs Magan Sun day homeIher sister Mrs W P Yewell who has lately returned from Colorado I Mrs Josle Coleman of Beaver good you WORLDS FAIR CONTEST correct received Woolson Spice panys correct second follows Prlzo 250000second 100000PrlierieooOO 100000Prizes lOOOOO PrlreB 5000Prizes 2000 Prizes 900000 PRIZES TOTAL OOaOO Dam is visiting her daughter Mrs Laura Magan this place Mr and Mrs John Blair and Bennie visited relatives near Rough river last week returning home Sunday DrIJewell and wife Eastview Sun day James Nelson and wile on sick Mrs Sarah King has returned home after threemonths stay with her daughter Mrs Sam Riley of Owens biro Mrs Reach Sutherland Is visiting her daughter MrsKirk- Mrs Lizzie Hopper is visiting F Hoover this week Mrs Sallie Bales is visiting rela tives Clear Run this week Wm Nicholson and family vis- Ited relatives on Rough creek Sunday Mrs Eliza Riley mother John C Riley Hartford visited Judge Ben Newton and wife Sunday BEDA June 6Mr N Bryant and wife llle Ind and C M Bryant and little Owensboro visited the family B Ben nett and Sunday Several from flits place attended SundayIfrom an extended trip to Colorado and other western points and Mrs John Park Mrs Mary Maple and MUs Park ol- Andersonvllle visited and Mrs Sundayjwith Miss Etta Bennett Roy Iler Beaver Darn town Sunday V Stewart and family have moved to their farm near Shlnkel Chapel Mrs Joseph Wallace and visiting relatives Owensboro Miss Mabel Ashley is visiting uncle Thurlow Ashley Owens boro this week Bennett traveling salesman Macky Nesbitt Evansville midst last Thursday- Mr R L Tweedell and mother Hartford visited relatives here Sunday afternoon Stuart went Hartford Cash Given Away to LION SaturdayPrinted We going be more liberal than ever in 1904 users only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be heretofore for premiums have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 which will make tome of our patrons rich and women You can send in as many There will TWO GREAT The first will on July attendance at the Louis Worlds relates to Total Vote ForPresident to be cast 8 1004 000000 will distributed contests making 4000000 on two and to make it still more interesting In we will give a Grand First Prize of kK 000 00to the have both onnortunlties prize Five LionHeads from Packages 2 cent ular premiums contest standing LouisWorldFor nearest estimates In Corn office Toledo Ohio on or before June 30th 1901 we will Blvo prlte for the nearest estimate prize to the next nearest ole ole as 1 First 1 Prize 2 each G 20000 i 0000010 Prlaea 10000 1 20O Prizes 1000 h10OO 60O 2139 u of son locks near Mr are the list a of her son Mr M near Mr of Mr W Evan Mr son Mr 11 Saturday home Mr Grace Mr Mr was inI I our Mr M son are in I Mr her Mr for was in our I Mr Ed to are to to of as we the men be contest be the 4th St be the one on two first 30OO 20 of blanks to Ivote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age The a cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your es 1timate is recorded PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all candidates combined at the election November 8 OOn In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received In Woolson Spice Cos office Toledo 0 on or before Nov 5 1904 we will give tint prlte for the nearest cor rect estltaat second prize to the nut nearest etc etc as follows 1 lira Prise 12600001 100000 2 Prls50000 each 100000e rnt4 aoooo 100000 10 PrllM 10000 100000 20 Prlaea OOOO 100000 ILo 100000213o1800 m GOO 000000 21 so PBIZH TOTAL I2OOOOOO I 4279 PRIZES 4279I Distributed to the Publloaggrtgatlng S4500000li iMffltft to wrhlihwa shall give 6000 to Grocers Clorka seta particulars In LION COFFEE eases akhif a rani total sf 5000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF ifLION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE COp CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO rL ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IMCOIirolUTKD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense If you say so We connect with nil In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky One Fare Plus 25 cents T- oChicago Ill And Return Vlc the Big Four Route- On Account o- fRepublican NATIONAL CONVENTION Tickets sold June 16 17 is 19 and 20 1904 Good returning until June 9 1904 For full Information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned utlulx1 111 s 1 1rJ ien1t- gtiltfluelti ttl lmilVlll Kv I I Real EstateBargaiiis 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 allies from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six I miles from Hartford for 2200 SulphurIj 145 acres ZJ7 miles from Hartford 3000I lOne house and lot in Hartford one half acre lot 1500 A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAKTFOJID KY A Can You Figure 200Given AVVay TO CUSTOM KKS OF 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 SecondIr rc 2500 lhildcr 1000 Fourthcr cr 500 Next 55 I nesses each 200 11000c Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc 1- w r 11111BIG FOUR t ITIII lllST LINt TO fsI Indianapolis I4 Peoria I Chicago And all points in Iiulinna Iunci llicllibaua 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