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TrtfI ijI I I rbUpubIicanI i 1 Fine Job Work a Specialty 17 No 4s a 1 I W JP I Ind Scene of Three are Dead and one of Family Feeling Ind June 14 I Three are dead and two are wounded one fatally as the reeults of n fight on the streets ot the village today The Rout aged thltly two Charles Rout aged Milton Tow aged Fatally wounded James Tow aged Severely wounded Frank Tow aged The fight Is the of a feud between the Rout and Tow fami lie which has existed for several years The Routs reside at Bedford east of and the Tow here The lat boys are farmers near ter are relatives of the Tow family which In the famous ToWBafs feud which formed bloody record for Lawrence county and Southern Indiaua A free gravel road election Is being held here today and the village of 300 Is crowded Farmers from the country are and there has been drinking Shortly before noon the two Rout brothers drove Into town In a livery rig The three Tow boys were standing near each other In a crowd In Iront of the the election booth when the Rout boys drove past and It was at once that trouble would follow Two weeks ago at a social affair the hostility between the two families had been rekindled by a fancied Insult to Charles Rout by a young woman who favored one of the Tow boys Hostilities were avert ed at the time The Rout brothers openly that they had come to even up things Within five minutes from the time of arriving In town the Rout boys were seen the booth The Tow brothers drew together and of aafter a few seconds stood about ten feet apart awaiting the arrival of the Routs There Is a dispute as to whether there were any words before the shooting began and there Is also doubt as to who fired the first shot but It seemed to be mutually recog nized that It was a death battle Each of the five men drew a revolver and each side advanced all firing The men were not fifteen feet apart when the firing had ceased and on the ground three lay dead one dying with a bullet hole through his neck and one still stood with a bullet wound through his arm and one In his side The crowd had scattered hastily when the shooting began and none of the were struck although over bhots were fired The wounded were taken to a store and their wounds dressed The dead were laid side by side on the counter to await the arrival of the coroner and officers from Bedford There is In tense excitement here Death of Mrs Viola Sullenger wife of Chas died at the home of her mother near No Creek last Sunday at n oclock of She had been aflllcted for more than two years She was intered In the Carson burying ground near No Creek at 10 oclock Tuesday Funeral services were conducted by Rev Cantrlll Mrs was the purest type of Christian and her death is lamented by all who knew her She leaves a husband and three children Salem Ky June 1qMr Wm Myers and fam ily near Roslne were the guest of Mrs Myers parents Mr and Mrs Wm Jamison near Cane Run church Sunday night and Monday Mrs Maggie White and children of Egbert Arkansas are visiting Mrs Whites mother Mrs Sallle Camp near this place Mr J T Daniel and daughter Miss Bessie of Olatlon were the guests oi their friends Mr and Mrs J G Wilson Saturday night Miss Evelyn Jamison near Cane Run church is visiting her sister Mrs G W Wilson near Olatlon Mrs Phwby Christian and her Hosta and Minnie Wilson went to Livermore Friday on a visit to Mrs Christians sister Mrs Nancy Quigg and returned Monday They reported a pleasant and Mrs Rufus Boyd and their daughter Miss Nola were the guests of their daughter Mrs Annie Raley Nancy Daniel and Mrs Fan die Daniel visited Mr and Mrs Horace Daniel near Olatlon Monday Mr Spurgeon Foster and family spent last Sunday with their friends Mr C A Wilson and family Mr Travis Jamison and Mr L E Wilson attended Sunday school at Rosine last Sunday Miss Nancy Autry is quite lit at this writing Mr S M Wilson who has is going down and quite a number of his nephews called to see him last Monday Saw Angels in strange story comes from Olaton where it is said John W Hurt and Joseph Mitchell two farmers while out looking at the latters wheat Sun day afternoon saw seven creat ures not of the earth or at least not common to that part of it rise up from the ground and ascend into the clouds The creatures are described by the so lour informant says as angels as they are pictured Their backs were of a snowy whiteness and their breasts as yellow as freshly burnish ed gold The feathers of their wings were a black with snowy tlpsand about their heads were hoods of beautiful blue and white The angels or whatever they were rose slowly and from the earth and without a note of song or movement of their outspread wings ascended until they were lost in the hazy clouds overhead Messrs Hurt and Mitchell are man of veracity and as the Incident occured In daylight It has excited Interest In that section of the wr FIRE Brisk Blaze ly the Entire Dis trict of the Town On Last Saturday night at about- I 1 oclock fire was discovered in the hardware store ofJ H Hudson The fire was not discovered until it was beyond control and it rapidly spread to the adjacent buildings The citizens were unable to arrest the flames and the only to save what they could in the path of the fire The following is a list of the store loss 1500 insur ance 1000 T C Pirtle groceries and hardware loss on building and stock 2500 Insurance 1000 Cooper Bros general building and stock 3600 insurance Etcher groceries loss 1 ooo no Insurance- E S Keown dry goods and groceries loss 2000 Insurance 800 Joe Kahn dry goods loss 1000 no millinery and dwel ling loss 1500 no insurance- T P Faught dry goods and gro cries loss I600j no Insurance School house and Masonic hall loss 800 no Insurance Felix Lake returned Tuesday from a visit to his brother at She lbyvllle who was hurt in a railroad wreck His brother was ser iously but not hurt and is IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL riND IT IN THE Giant Slipped up Behind Him and Wield ed Razor With Lebanon Junction June 14Jon Irving a farms living near this city was killed at his home today by a negress named She wielded a razor and and nearly severed his head from his body The killing in a trivial matter Irving bad asked a small son of the the woman to return a set of pliers he had borrowed and the lad sauced him Irv ing spoke sharply to the boy who told his mother about It She armed her self with a razor and slipped up be hind the farmer and with one stroke of the weapon nearly cut his head off The woman wlgbs 250 pounds and Is- an amazor in strength She was arrested and hustled out of the place to the county jail barly In time to es cape a mob of infuriated of the murdered man who threatened to kill his sayer r0KY June 15 from here went to the Sells and Downs show Frank Brooks visited his par ents here Sunday Mr Chas Smith Owensboro was here Saturday night Mr Frank Jenkins was in town Tuesday Mrs Nannie Smith and daughter Miss Essie Owensboro are visiting relatives here Dr S J Wedding and wife and son Walter Hartford visited relatives here last Mary Haffey Levla Cecil and little daughter Haffey Dr S J Wedding and wife and son Walter attended the show In Owens boro Friday Rev J D Hoker lectured at the Baptist church Monday night St Marys Catholic School of this place will hold their next Saturday night Rev H is In this week The Davless County Medicine As sociation will meet here Tuesday June 21 Dinner will be delved on the ground All the doctors are expected to be present Miss Nanny McCarly has returned home from Owensboro Prof I S Mason Fordfivllle was in town Monday Mr C M Crowe was in town Manday Rev T J RatcliS filled his regular here Sunday Miss Stella Wedding attended the Ice Cream supper at Fordsvllle Saturday night Mr Bernard Hocker has been to Owensboro and a new John Clark was here Sunday Miss Willie Rhoades has returned from a visit to friends and relatives In Reunion The annual reunion of the Green River association of exFederal soldiers will be held in Central City July 4th instead of the 2nd as formerly stated The general public and all soldiers are cordially Invited to be present An Interest- Ing program is being arranged Will Attend of Avard Dr A F Stanley Willis Heflin Sam Phillips and Sheriff Keown will leave on June 21 1904 for Oklahoma to be present at the opening of a town in Woods county The of town lots in the new town which is IB be called Avard will be by lot and the above named will in the drawing They will also view the St Louis Fair on the trip for THE from North My had as bad a case of as I ever saw and since ho has ono of lie seems llko a N C from I can recom your W La Smith from I have ono of for my and I feel very Geo W from Ohio I havo used of and feel there by from my of the head O from from has been used by and not as a euro for but also as an tonic fo ot ono of the very best is a B of from Neb mo of a very M from I havo ono of and and it has me from is one of the best I ever H head from from can as an from from take in your cure as the best I have over V of from Port have a very and for a and G of an tonic I have used it to say that I it to bo all that you for it SoD Now La Drow low of ul have of and feel that I am now If not of ca of the P low Teun of from have need your aud have it both as a tonic and safe R to of Dr J W by of last as at near and noon road in a of The was at The com mon the was the de sire to pay a last of to the ot Dr J W life bad in the ser vice of the he had Rev R T the He Is a man of and and by the and its in the Rev more to the oc his the held the at the The then to the a was to the of the was fed and was to Dr D H de an on the life and of the He a to the has his name and he and oh the acts his life its Dr the Subscription 1 a YearII IVOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 1904 lpI FATAL STREET FIGHT Bryansville Wholesale Killing Fatally WoundedResults Bryansvllle deadJames thirtysix twentyfour thirtytwo twentysix culmination Bryantsvllle participated surrounding gathered considerable whispered smouldering announced approaching whispered conversation bystanders twentyfive Sullenger- Mrs Sullenger tuberculosis Sullenger womanhood grandchildren tripMr SundayMrs consumption gradually Daylight- A gentlemen popularly glistening gracefully vertically unquestioned considerable countr- yCROMWILL Consumes Practical Business attempted buildings destroyedHudsons merchandise 2000W insuranceE Secretary dangerously improving REPUBLICAN HEAD SEVERED Negress Slays Lebanon Junction Farmer Amazing Strength highlyrespected Thompson originated Thompson neighbors WHITESVILLE Everybody FridayMr Owensboro week- Mesdames commencement Sullenger Oweusboro appointment purchased buggyMr Oweusboro Owensboro exConfederate Opening disposition determined gentlemen participate Subscribe REPUBLICAN 50 Members of Congress Send Letters of Endorsement- To the Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy Peruna Congrettmaa Llaoey Carolina Writes secretary catarrh taken bottle Pcruna different manRomulus- Z Linnoy Taylorsville Congressman Ogden Loalslaaa WritesII concientiously mend PerunaIL Ogden Denton Congressman Illinois Wrloostrom Murphysooro IllIe taken bottle Peruna catarrh much benefited Smith Congressman Mceklson Bays several bottles Peruna greatly benefited catarrh David Meckison Napoleon Congressman Duaaelf Minnesota Writes Owatowna Minn Your Poruna myself friends only catarrh admirable physical recuperation Congressman Thompson Kentucky Writes Besides being tonics Peruna good substantial catarrh remedyPldl Thompson Senator Thuntoo Nebraska Writes Omaha Poruna entirely relieved irritating coughJ Thurston Congressman Worihlngtoa Nevada WrltcsII taken bottlo Poruna benefited im- menselyIi Worthlngton Congressman llankhead Alabama VrltcsuYour Pcruna medicines trledJ Bank Fayette Ala- Congressman Power Vermont Writes Morrlsvillo VtuIrecommend Pcruna excellent family rerncdyll Henry Powers Senator Sullivan Mississippi Writes Oxford Missulpleasure recommending great national catarrh Peruna trlcdV Sullivan Congressman Snover Michigan Writes Austin MichuI found Peruna efficient speedy remedy persistent annoying ooughII Shover Senator McEnery Louisiana WrltedUerullols excellent sufficiently believe claim McEnery Orleans Congressman Tennesse- eWrites taken three bottles Peruna satisfied almost permanently cured tarrh stomachW Brown Joncsboro Senator Mallory Florida Writes Pcnsacola FlaIIIexcellent remedy Peruna recommended catarrh remedy Stephen Mallory TRIBUTE OF RESPECT Shown the Memory Meador Vast Con course People Early Sunday people began sembling Pleasant Grove church Shreve until every brought constant stream humanity crowd estimated twentyfive hundred impulse which brought together community universal tribute respect memory Meador whose been given people among whom lived Oldham preached memoral sermon strong native ability deep sincere convictions Inspired multitude profound sympathy subject Oldham showed himself than equal casion After sermon Masons usual services grave people repaired grove where basket dinner served According custom community everybody there much spare After dinner Godsey livered eulogy works noted practitioner paid high tribute medical skill which made illus trious touched with tender sympathetic rememberance many kindly which charac terized until close Godseys address ended Senator Butter ofSouth Carolina U S Senator M C Butler writes I can recommend Pcruna for dyspepsia and stomach troubleM C Butler Edgfield S C- Congressman Brookihlre of Indiana Says From what my friends say Pc rnna is a good tonic and a safe catarrh cure EVBrookshireCrawfordsville Ind Congressman Dovloer of West Virginia Writes from Wheeling W Va I join with my colleagues in the House of Rep resentatives in recommending your ox cellent remedyB B Dovinger Congressman Droderkk ot Kansas Writes from llolton Kaa I have taken two bottles of Peruna and find it to be an excellent remedy for cold and throat trouble Caso Broderick Congressman Voder of Ohio Writes I only used Peruna for a short time and am thoroughly satisfied as to its merltsS S Yoder Lima O Congressman Mahoa otPennsylvania Writes from Chambers burg Pa I commend Peruna as a substantial tonic Thad M Mahon r=Capitol at Washington D C ll + p JCongressman Sparkmao ot Florida Writes from Tampa FloridaIII can in- dorse Peruna as a first rate tonic and a very effective Jcuro for catarrhS M Sparkman Congressman Brewer ofAlabama WrltcsuI have used one bottle of Po runa for lassitude I recommend it Willis Brewer Uaynesville Ala V S Senator Our of Iowa Writes from Burlington la Peruna I can recommend to all as a very good tonlcJohn II Gear Congressman Culbersoa ol Texas Writes 1 can recommend Pcruna as one of tho very best of tonlcsD B Culberson Jefferson Texas Congressman Livingston from Georgia Writes I take pleasure in joining with General Wheeler Congressman Brewer and others in recommending Pcruna as an excellent tonic and a catarrh euro L I Livingston Kings Ga Congressman Clark ot Missouri Says I can recommend your Peruna as a good substantial tonic and as one of the bc1it remedies for catarrhal troubles John B Clark service and marked the last tribute of respect to the memory of Dr Meador whose name is destined to descend as a legacy to those who are yet to be Aftermath of Cromwell Fire Jas A Hudson was brought over to Hartford from Cromwell Wednes day and taken before Judge Miller on a charge of lunacy A jury was empaneled but dismissed and Hud son was placed under arrest on a war rant sworn out by Edgar Gilstrap chargiug him with arson The Crom well fire had its origin in Hudsons store and it is reported that Gilstrap went to Hudson Tuesday and demand ed pay for his loss in the fire threat ening Hudson with arrest for setting fire to the town Hudson then took red precipitate with suicidal llntent but It only made him very sick At the preliminary hearing his tri al was set for June 25 and his bond was placed at 300 which he gave by depositing tbe money with the court LATER Yerterday evening Hud son was reported very much worse from the effect of the red precipitate and is not expected to live J Wm T King Dead Wm T King died at the home of Dr E B Pendleton last Friday night His death was caused by eplthelloma He was a highly respected citizen and was formerly engaged in business here Funeral services were conduct ed by Rev J H Burnett The interment took place at Oakwood Mr Fitzhugh Renlrow of Narrows is expected home tomorrow from a two weeks business trip to New York and Washington citiesISubscribe for THE Congressman Pelham ot Virginia Writes from Bancroft Va My slater inlaw has peen using Pernna for about ono week for catarrh of tho throat andfs manifcBtdy ImprovedC Pelham Congressman Burnett ofAlabama Wipes I cheerfully recommend Ports na as d very good catarrh remedy ands good substantial tonlcJohn L Tine nett Gadsden Ala- Congressman Bolkln otKansas Writes from llolton Kas Penmate given mo almost complete relief froa consUpatlonJCongressman White otNorth Carolina Writes from Tarboro NC I find runa to bo an excellent remedy form mytamlfyGCongressman Wilber ot AVw York In a letter from Oneonta N Yf sayta- I am fully convinced that Poruna la afg- you claim for ItDavld P Wilbur t Congressman Dungaa of Ohio Writes from Jackson 0 iTocommcstt Peruna to anyone in need of an invlcco sting tonlcIrvlno Dungan Congressman Barham from California Writes from Santa Rosa Cal I USyour Peruna and can cheerfully recoct mend iJA Barham Congressman Deweese from Indiana Writes Peruna should be in evwy householdJohn I Doweeso Congressman Turner from Kansas Writes Peruna Is certainly acure1zn catarrhE J Turner Other members of Congress whoen dorse Peruna are ExU S Senator B F Rice of Old homaCongressman Fred S Goodrich v8 FloridaCongressman Harry Skinner cf North Carolina Ex Congressman L P Feat hersfocg 01 Beaumont Texas- Congressman J H Hitllng ot Webb VirginiaCongressman D L Russell ol NorOrj CarolinaCongressman Spencer Blackbozm ot North Carolina Congressman Turner ofNew York Congressman Culberson oi Tern Congressman Nunn of Tennessee Congressman Fitzpatrick from Kea tuckyCongressman Purman fromFlorid Congressman Hazleton Wisconsin Congressman Batilne from Nevada U S Senator Call ot Florida For free book address the Poruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio NEW FACULTY Trustees of Hartford College Se lect Teachers for Coming School Year At a meeting of the trustees of Hartford College last Friday night L M Gray of Kingston Mo was elected president O M Shultz vice president Lucy T Wedding sub collegiate MaryBell Burnett irjter mediate and Mary J Bennett pri mary Mr Gray comes very highly recommended and will no doubt prove a valuable acquisition to the teaching force of the county Mr Shultz has been connected with the school for the past ten years and his work as a teacher andcbaracter build er is Indelibly stamped on the pupils with whom he has been associated He is too favorably known to need comment Mrs Wedding is a teacher of experience and ability and her selection was no doubt an excellent one for the school Miss Burnett fa- a graduate of Liberty college Glas gow and her excellent training in that institution admirably fits her for the position to which she has beetv chosen Miss Bennett was given a unanimous vote of confidence by the board being reelected to the position which she filled with so much credit during the session just closed For Sale One eighthorse Traction Engine Good as new Call on or address C W MORGAN Maxwell Ky oo Subscribe for THE REIDDUOAK rt TT t 1 1 IT MADE PIIDL1C1 letter to Mayor Smith From Man in IllinoisSays- MDonald is Innocent John Brown Says He Was One of the Murderers of Miss Sarah Schaefer Bedford Ind June IsMayor J Hixson Smith has returned to Bed lord after an absence of several days Today he made public the letter iron a man In Illinois which created so much comment during the first few days of Investigation by the last grand jury Tke letter Is asfollows Lawrencevllle IllTo the IlayorI or Bedford IndDear Sir that you have a man by the nam ot McDonal is on trial for the murder of Miss Schaefer and dont let hhnsuflei for what he did not do I was one of the parties that did that deed I was to help kidnap her andshe fought so hard that she was hit so hard It killed her and we dragged her where she was found- I was to get 200 for the job I got half of the money but have not the rest yet I saw the man In Vlncennes that hired me to help He told me to keep still and I would get my money but I cannot let that man suffer for something he did not do If you will promise me that I dont get hung I will tell all about the mat ter We left the town and went east to a creek and then south to White river on a big bluff and stayed In a big cave He called It Buzzards Cave There Is a cave near Bedford called the Duzard Cave There we changed our clothes and left them In the cave and he gave me some new ones and told me to walk to Mitchell and he would meet me and pay me oQ He came that night and said we had better go out of the State and we went to Terre Haute and I went over into Illinois and down here I did not know that the girl was dead until I got to Mitchell Then he told me to keep out of the State and I have done so If you will send some one to me and not let them hang me I will tell you who did and why he did It and where he is now JOHN BROWN Please come at once for I cant stand this awful thing any longer It will kill me and I dont want that man you have to suffer for something that I know he did not do Triumphs of Modern Surgery 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 en tirely bones are eplicedjpipe stake the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic and dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like in juries before inflammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation and is onethird the time required by the old treatment Cham berlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It h an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal fiery 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 anti suffering which most injuries en tail For sale by all druggists Roosevelt vs Parker- If the Democrats nominate Judge Parker for the Presidency then the candidate of each party will become its platform Roosevelt will be the positive and Parker the negative force One will mean action and the other inaction One will represent the wideawake upto date progressive American idea the other the Chinese policy of standing still Theodore Roosevelt has nothing to conceal and everybody knows what he believes and will do No one can say what would be the policy of Judge Parker with reference to any given question He is vouched for by David Bennett Hill who less than a year ago want ed the government to take charge of all anthracite coal mines and thus increase the power of the politicians and put the rankest socialism into operation at Washington Roosevelt brought the leaJers both of the oper ators and of the workingnien to the White House last summer and secur ed such an adjustment of their differ ences that they have since been get ting along in peace and amity and individual control of this great Indus try Is not disturbed Does anybody suppose that Judge Parker would ever have seized the opportunity presented last fall to secure a line for the Isthmian canal Of course not He would have followed the advice of Senator Gorman who tried to force the Democratic party to accept his leadership in opposition to what was the greatest and most Important movement of the century so far as the South is concerned I see Mr Cleveland has declared for- Judge Parker and suggests as a platform tariff reform and independence for the Philippines He seems to have forgotten that the Democratic party in 1894 undertook to reform the tariff by passing a bill which he denounced as infamous and perfidious Would such another measure even ii possible compensate for the alarm of capital and the disturbance of labor which the agitation of it would bring about And why should the old cry of tariff for revenue only which a few short years ago was the Democratic shibboleth be Ignored and not even mentioned by Mr Cleveland its chief apostle when suggesting a policy for his party Has it also been sent to the rubbish heap along with green backs free silver and imperialism Will men never get tired of voting with a party which In every cam paign abandons the issue which it had declared paramount four years before and goes clutching at another rainbow which is es elusive and in substantial as any it had previously followed and forsaken When it was suggested to Judge Parker in the on ly interview with him which seems to be authentic that In view of his want of experience with executive and national affairs he might have trouble In running the Presidency he is reported to have said that he could learn and had a warm personal friend who had served in the posi tion on whom he could rely for ad vice and instruction It was under stood that he referred to Theodore Roosevelt with whom he Is on terms of warm and intimate friendship The trouble about this Is that Teddy might not always be around In times of emergency and advisers less safe and patriotic might get In their work to tbe detriment of the republic- It Is quite consistent In Mr Cleve land to favor the surrender of the Philippines He pulled down the American flag from Hawaii It may be that he foresaw its delegates would give the casting vote that carried the reaffirmation of the policy of free all ver in the Democratic convention at Kansas City So far as I am con cerned I would as soon think of giv ing up the Louisiana Purchase or Cal ifornia or Oregon or New Mexico as either the Philippines or Hawaii Not one foot of soil now under Amer- Ican control will ever be surrendered by the American people There Is non the islightest danger that Judge Parker or any other man nominated at St Louis will be elected next No vemberThe glorious record of Mr Roose velt makes It beyond a peradventure that he will hold the reins for four years more thanks to the public school which has made intelligence so universal as to give assurance that the people will not reject such a public servant for a mere puppet of ne gation who will most probably be nominated at St Louis By the way I have seen and read the strik ing address of Gov Pennypacker of Philadelphia in Introducing the President last Monday when he deliver ed his magnificent oration on the battlefield of Gettysburg Here is an extract from the Governors speech which Is worth reprinting The Presidential office is so great a station among men that those who fill It are not to be regarded as personalities Their Individuality is lost in its immensity They become the manifestations of certain impulses and stages of development of the national life No people can look forward to the fulfillment ol such- a destiny as events seem to outline For us save one alert and eager withI the enthusiasm and vigor of No other President has so stood for that which after all typifies our life the sweep of the winds over broad prairies the snowcapped mountains and the rushing rivers the Sequoia trees the exuberance and power painting our bow of promiseas does Theodore Roosevelt He has hunted- In our woods he has enriched our lit erature he has ridden In the face of the enemy he has maintained our Ideals Upon this day devoted to the memories of the heroic dead the achievements of the prolific past and the promise of the teeming future confront each other Today for the first time Theodore Roosevelt treads the field made immortal by the sword of George Gordon Meade and hallow ed by the prose dirge of Abraham LincolnSuch a man as Roosevelt cannot be beaten by one like Parker who has Raid nothing anti done nothing and whose only strength is that he has neither record nor policy W M BECKNRR Winchester Ky Suod by His Doctor A doctor has sued me for SlJot which 1 claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus says It White of Conchcla Cat At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he usedas I had good reason to believe it was and he would not say No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a cast of cholera morbus it never fails Sold by all druggists Bob Whites Money Savers The ornithologists of the Depart ment of Agriculte have been making an Investigation of the economic value of the Bob White as a result of which it is now announced that that bird is probably the most use ful and abundant species on the farmField observations experiments and examinations show that it consumes large quantities of weed seeds and destroys many of the worst pests with which farmers contend and It does not injure grain fruit or any other crop It is figured that from September 1st to April 30 annually In Virginia alone the total con sump tlon of weed seed by Bob Whites amount to 375 tons Some of the pests which it habitually destroys the report says are the Mexican boll weevil which damages the cotton crop upward of 15000000 a year the potato beetle which cuts of 10000 000 from the value of potato crop the cotton worms which have been known to cause 30000000 loss in a year the chinch bug and the Rocky Moun tain locust scourges which leaves des olation In their path and have caused looses to the extent of 100000000 in some years The report urges measures to secure the reservation ul Bob Whites in this country No Competition The uniform success of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the relief and cure of bow complaints both in children and adults has brought it into almost universal use so that it is practically without a rival and as every one who has used it knows is without an equal For sale by all druggists Hog as a Money Maker On a farm that will produce good corn In abundance the hog will be found to be the surest profit producer one year with another Experimental feeding has been carried on to such an extent with hogs that it is pretty well demonstrated that a bushel of corn will make ten pounds of pork If hogs are on pasture then the grain from a bushel or corn will be much more Thus the hog will pay well for the pasture and make good money out of the corn Corn can hardly get too high to be fed without profitAnother valuable thing that we must give the hog credit for is that he is ready for the market almost any time and for that reason we can take advantage of a high market whereas we could not In feeding cattle and sheep Quicker money can be made from hogs than from any other farm ani mals A small Investment can soon tiedIwe save interest In feeding cattle the hog often comes in for the only profitConsidering everything we are compelled to say that the hog Is the surest profit producer for many rea sons lie will live and grow fat on waste products of the farm that other stock wont eat He Is ready for the market at most any time He will bring the top price of fat He Is the quickest money maker of all The first investment is small and the care necessary Is less than that for other stock He multiplies rapidly and we need only give him plenty of good feed dry quarters pure water and he will do the rest There is no question but what hogs propeely handled will yield a large profit on the investment and on the food consumed The markets during the last few weeks has been some Ayers To be sure you are growing old But wily let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will Vigorronly use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of i youth Sold for GO years I nm now over 60 years old and I have n tlilrkRliunjr head of Unit linir which IK n wonder to area one who errs It Ami nut it- Kray 1 ir111Itall due In Ayrrl Ilixlr Vleor- Mus II H llfNTIs lIccMa Min- nfM n bottle JC Arm 0- All Iowill Man drulohufor White Hair what bearish although there is noth ing that should discourage the man stayI Is of the corn belt leads us to warn our readers of the impending danger Keep your hogs healthy by feeding as much variety as possible see that they are kept free from lice and If they are not thriving to suit you do not hesi tate in trying a good worm remedy The system of a healthy hog is often able to overcome contagious disease while this can not be said of a hog at all run down Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discover for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with theit trou bles if not endeil earlier by fatal ter mination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss say Last fallmy wife had every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvment came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaran teed by Z Wayne Griffin A Bro druggists Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free- Sunflower Philosophy At blxon i KtiU i tilabrJ The average stepmothers left ear must burn all the timeIThere is nothing to be done about some things but to talk On circus day the old fashioned boy with sore lips always comes to townAbout the only excitement an old girl gets is changing the style of do ing her hair One sign that a woman is struck on a man shorter than she Is She be gins wearing flat hats This is a great country for rain when we dont need It and for dry weather when we need rain In looking back a man decides tbat he was the happiest when he had the least and hoped for the most When you accept a gift get out your tomtom and call attention to the goodness of the donor and you will get another As a man gets older he finds that more of his friends are visiting the cemetery when they go riding than formerlyThe who are used to good things when at home are very patient with the poor accommodations met away from home CASTORSAFor Infants and The Kind You Have ChildrenI Bears the- Slnature of t I Charming Bedroom fora Little Girl Little girls are really but the reflio tions of older women for HS Vurrs worth says The child is fathrr o i the man and we usually fi id the small girl loves beautifulohjcts and surroundings quite as well athough not as understandingly if course as does her grownup sister or her motherParticularly does a little girl desire a dainty and attractive room that she may call her own and the room once inhabited by the little daughter of Charles Francis Daublgnythe famous artist was most charming and may serve as a hint for some little ones mother The room is in the artists house at AuverssurOise a town not far from Paris and once in a while when visitors are going through the house the room Is thrown open for their inspection On the wall just back of the bed with its dainty French hanglngr the artist father painted an apple tree Birds are fluttering about it and tuck ed away in the leafy boughs there Is a robins nest filled with tiny speckled eggs The whole room is divided Into panels and on each is painted It fairy tale scene Red Riding Hood Is there with the fierce wolf beside her Another panel is devoted to Hop 0I My Thnmb and so on all around room Between these panels arc painted childrens toys strung together and a wide frieze on all four sides of the room is decorated with lovely spring flowers of the woods While It is not always possible to have bandpainted panels still there are wonderful wall papers sold nowa days and chintz and cotton stuff are In many charming designs which a child would appreciate on her room walls Better That Cattle ISheep about the same amount of feed to produce a pound of flesh on a steer tiS on a sheep The Investi gators show that to be true as a rule But sheep will thrive on weeds and grass that cattle will not touch and when the fact is remembered that sheep produce a clip of wool every year in addition to mutton the bal ance is In favor of sheep- It is often said that It does not pay to raise sheep on high priced land If that is true it does not pay to raise cattle or hogs on the fame land It costs no more pound for pound for one than the other Fat lambs always find ready sale at good prices and choice lambs are generally scarce at high prices II lImos are kept till they grow a fleece the price of the wool is generally the profit of the sheep over the fat cow or fat steer Of course sheep will not fatten on weeds or brush or thrive in cold wet lots upon neglect But they will show up In the sales pen fa vorably with steers or cows if they are given the same feed and the fame care or even less Sheep can be fattened in less time than cattle It Is generally found that the steer is not finished in too days but must be topped oft with about two weeks extra feeling The sheep can be ready and prime for the market at zoo days Sheep return more fertility to the soil than any other animal The cat tlemen on the big western farms are Just beginning to find tbat out and many of them particularly in Texas have sold their cattle and gone Into the sheep business These same men were shooting up the sheepmen on the ranges only a few years ago at thatSheep are the friends of the small farmer who has none too much mon ey and cannot go into cattle Our people are learning to like mutton be cause our farmers are learning to grow and fatten it and the demand will increase rapidly There is no doubt that sheep can be raised with profit on any farm where cattle and hogs can be made to pay No Possible Chance of Exposure The Rev Dr Fourthly while med itating on his next sermon was un fortunate enough to forget his gold headed cane and leave It b chinch aim in the blret car Thp xt day a stranger called at his place of residence I guess this Is your property Isnt It said the caller It seems to have your name on ir Yes its man and I am exceedingly I found It interrupted the other In So ne saloon gasped the doe torJ he stranger shook his head Wnst than that Mr Fourthly he sal I found It at a Democratic raucui la the First ward Pu 111 trot ipya word about it to any odr lhank you my friend rf pined lhe doctor handing him a oollnr Neither will I- Natural Error Will you take me to your circus Mr Merry Why Willie I have nothing to do- with any circus What makes you ask thatwhy mother said you was a clown Naming the White House Just how the White House came to be so designated is a question on which historians differ A local historian in Washington thinks that the burden of proof tends to give credit Nothing has ever equalled it Nothingcan ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For 01RMlTIUY plee 4100IIIA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back Irlt falls Trial Dottles free AnrOnoendtng axetcn ens necrtpnrm our quickly our oplulun tree whether 1111- to lnutmuntrn I tlonatrletlymnndeutlnl HANDBOOK onPmenu rent Iff OMft for nocuniiir p lcnl nrikdiiflteewlthnutchantatlitthotu rccclrc Scientific jflnerican A Ji ml omlr lllnntrnlM weekly Iercrt clr i nilntlon of nny iclentino 1iuriu Terms l 3 a tar lour dud by all newsdeale- rMUNN tlle IiB New York llruicb once cllooII Wiunlniiion U C flat Incept Potttfro Curt for Impcttne Le- of Uanlxxxf Stntnal Emhkn SprrmatorAra Nirrouiittii StlfDIHruit Lot I of MemeroAe Wilt makt you a STROtiO ViQor oui Man Prlct 1100 tf Doi18008oelaI01etkn HaliKt IoItA tack Bar Aatlrtif 1lz sit Uabm Ct a110 Low Ave 3T LOUIe MO for the i sure to President Madison The structure was made of Potomac river freestone Anti the Capitol proper was built of the same tonet the time the British burned the Kxecu live Mansion they tiltI lot of otlur damage and the country was pressed for money to repair the same The walls of the mansion were only slightly dnmi td other than bang blackened n smoke Money was scarce and congress made nn appropriation toI have the outside of the house painted White was selected as the helot color Madison in a letter to a personal friend wortt Come in and se me at any time You will always find me In at the White House The Kxecutivt Mansion may have been called the White House before that time but this Investigator says that he has never been able to find any record of It If Madison did not officiate at the christening it has been emphatically stated by the histo clan that he topk a prominiant rortin publishing the fact that the White House was to he the name of mansion Up to the time of President Madison The Executive Mansion which is the legal name for it was generally spoken of as the Presidents house but since then It has been known by its permanent name of White House Very Shocking Rodrlc This paper ays that some things at St Louis are so large they really appal the visitor Van Albert Hm I they must mean the hotel bills IHHGBTrOii I wtae rrcmblM with tom achtronnlo Thrdforil1 Iliac k Rot1InLora niodlciii I t4 ok la 1- 0YIIfMnll AAUAH U SIIIIIPtRLD L11euvlle Ina- o DrnllghtCJl1icl stomach and ofinlltko a HiiiiJl dw of TiMtl fords Black JIIlt wxa fionnll Jot v I 1 your etoiiKwh ail hvtf iu 1feet cou itiulIBLAnDRrUGfjT Mora siplmoc is C1II111 hy constipation than by any other disoaso Thwlfords BlockDraught not only ree Hovel constipation hat corns andkoopaAll dnigfrfstfl sell ISoeut package laokDrought bowelsISnetdaFerry COnsIIPATl1I1 1arraita a Z to ah l t tr 4 i r 1y 17- t v AUTOMOBILES AS MOTORS To Replace Mules as Motive Pow I er in the Western Desert The sulisUtution of automobiles for mule power In the Death Valley of California Irom whence conies bornx is the latest field for the power driven machine The utility of the automo hire In new lields Is continually ex panding nod following its use on the city streets and hi the great agricul tural districts of the West where it Is used for ploughing comes its adop tion for work on the deserts of Utah and in the famous Death Valley- In the great borax districts of the deserts of Utah the automobls has been substituted for mule power Men and horses alike have perished there from thirst heat and deadly yellow dust In which they were envel oped by the windstorms Yet those deserts must be traversed for salts especially borax must be transported to the eastward The mule wits q found to be the only animal that could drag cms of oar across the Western deserts und the mule team has been developed to Its greatest ef ficlency by one company which oper mites many mule teams through the Death Valley of California This desert is 167 miles loni and can be coveredat the rate of only eighteen solos a day even byone of the strongest teams The way lies through heavytvhtte sand which in the road Is packed into deop ruts by the joooo pounds of crude hornx hauled by euch team Besides the ore they have to haul food for the tennutets grain end hay lor the mules nod a tank with an am pie water supply lor there are stretch I es of sixty miles between watering places Even with these precautions scores of mules die annually and men arc killed by the exposure to the heat and blinded by the alkali dust and the glare of the sun This snailpace transportation could not satisfy the mile a minute ambi lion of the American business man Now there is building for the com pany a threemotor engine and train which will revolutionize transportation on the desert It is of 275 horse powerthree cylinder gasoline engine operating a too kilowatt electric gen erator The engine weighs only six tons It would have to weigh more if the seven or eight trailers of the proposed train offered dead weight But on the rear axle of each wagon will be a motor to which power will he transmitted through the train from the engine One of the moat perplexing prob lems was keeping the J65 gallon gasoline tanks cool This has been done by an ingenious system of fans This was absolutely necessary for in Death Valley the mercury usually stands at 130 degrees and often rises to 140 de greesAn air compressor in the engine will operate airbrakes on each of the cars Thus the whole hale will be controlled by the motorman in the cab It is also provided with a pow erful searchlight which will enable the train to run in the night as well as dayOne of these trains will be as pow erful as thirty teams of mules One team of twenty mules can in twenty lour hours haul 40000 pounds of crude borax only eighteen miles an automobile train in the same time will haul 100 tons one hundred nodes Z Wayne Griffin Bro Asks the renders of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have been cured by it do not hesitate to recommend il to their friends Kodol digests what you eat cures ll1d ig st iou dyspepsia anti all stomach troubles Increases ttrongtli by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food ICodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable The Humble Millionaire At the dojihhow in Mtdhln Squirt garden recently a woman who with a little deg had been petting ill th1 dogs and talking to thmi amid admir lug them approaching the section tie voted to the ItillblooJudJlmlls says the New York Herald She began to rave over tlusj vicious looking ia nines and fearlessly fondled and petted them Her boy did the same Suddenly the visitor spied a more than ordinary ugly looking aulnml and she went Into ecstasies over it She tried to get to it to pet it but couldnt because a man was fondling it He was a tall youthful looking individual wearing a cheap bicycle cap russet shoes and a rough and ready suit that looked as if it might stand pressing The woman thought he was an employe of some kind Not wanting to address him if she could help it the woman waited im patiently for the young man to go away but he seemed in no hurry and finally unable to contain ber self any longer the woman addressed him with a very haughty air Dont you think you have han dled that dog long enough Wont you please step aside and give others a chance liMy dear madam I big a thousand pardons I did not know you wished to pet the dog Then he walked some distance away while the woman and boy began to admire the bull An attendant who had watched this little incident withn look of amazement on his lace here spoke up Do you know who that man is he stammered Thats It R Thomas the mlllianaire and this is his dog which is worth 10000 Oh said the woman iRevolution Imminent A euro sign of approaching revolt surd serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeplessness or stomaclli upset Klestric Hitters will juickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kidney nUll Bowel stimulate the Livr nail clarify the blood Hun down systems benefit particular Zuni all the usual attend ing aches vanish under its searching and thorough cflectirencss Electric hitters is only roc and that is re turned if it dont give perfect satis faction Guaranteed by Z Wayne Ciniliin ife Bro druggist Curious Condensations There are In use in the United States 1400000 miles of telegraph wireThe Trans Siherian railway is nearly 6000 miles long and cost in rough figures 5 000000000 F Marion Crawford the novelist has gone to Italy and in his Italian home he will revise his biography of Pope Leo XIII King Edward has set his face against long dinners of numerous courses and has declared war on din ners of more than six courses The present Trinity church at the head of Wall street New York is the third edifice of that name the two preceedlng structures erected upon the same ground having been burned The seventyfirst regiment Vir ginia volunteer infantry with 500 of ficers and men will camp at the Worlds Fair August i to 10 inclu siveThe earliest spur known consisted of a sharp prod mounted on a base to fasten about the heel Antiquarians placed its date at 100 B C For a new vaiiety of rhubarb it is claimed that It not only fruits all the year around but that its flavor resembles a combination between the raspberry and the strawberry There are more than a dozen bust ness women in Chicago enjoying in comes of from pooo to 40000 a year resulting trout their own enterprise promptd and maraged by themselvesTheodore Pidcock a Washington N J farmer claims to have the old est plow in America He has also many other old farming implements ann the lot will bj shown at the St Louis lair A Stong Heart Is assured by perfect digestion Indigestion swells the stomach Iud puds it up against the heart This causes ofIil1lligctiollIuti the heart rind restores it to a full uatnrnllrIabling c or itUI digest isi5mulat appropriate to thcblofid and tissue nil of the food nil triment Tones the stomach and di gestive organs Sold by Z Wayne Grifiiin Bro Fish for Supper IIVe Iud a fit supper down to our house the other nipht said Snaggs by filling another pipe He meant his boarding house The landlady in a burst of gener osity for which I am still at a loss to account he continued had an nounced that each bcarder could give JUMPING UP jumpingtownbeen for years running down in health expect to back at once It takes years generally to make a man a con firmed dyspeptic and lie cannot expect to be cured in a few days There is no quicker menus of cure for dvsnen IIlrouhle11 cures of thercoveryand digestion other nutritionRlullmilds up the body with sound flesh and solid muscle I was tnken sick two years writes Rev W II ratter M nof White Cloud Alii with what the doctors thought was gastric trouble iinllgrstiou or nervous dyspepsia nUo cen Ktljmtion and liver 1 was In n dreadful condition Tried Mivcrnl dillcTcnt doctors with hut little result I had Rotten so feeble thnt I was nl most want traveling about ha l jot clown to 114 jvoimils I went and nix ol Golden Medical Discovery nod jot the Pellets and bewail following dine tong When I had taken Jabout five ladles I felt very much better and was n end I 1thirtyeight medicines are a nod I send to poor suffering humanitv and I advise anv andall chronic sufferers to give them n fair trial and they will be HatisOed Accept no substi DiscoveryTherediseases of the stomach Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness and sick headache notice of the particular kind of fish that they wanted The result was interesting Polly the typewriter wanted a perch The negro waiter asked the cook forA bla k bass A traveling preacher who happened to be there wanted a sole An old maid who is fond of kittens wanted a catfish and Diggsby who likes dogs wanted a dogfish of course haics pthe awnbroker wanted a shark and Jenkins the street fakir asked for a sucker Mr and Mrs Siuythe want ed a sunfish Dick who Isa mem ber of the boat club wanted some roe The landladys husband who is an old soldier said if he couldnt get a gar he would be satisfied with a plaice Dottie Dimpleton the sou brette was anxious for a lobster HIIy the landladys youngest son said that he would wait till he went to bed and when he said his players he would take an eel An Alarm Clock for 25c If you want to get up early and feelwell all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing slsep with a gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H How ell Houston Tex says Early Ris ers are the best pill made for constipa tion sick headache biliousness etc Sold by Wayne Griffin Bro CAST BX4- Bn You Have Always BOUIi ethoct The Wanamaker Idea There is only one way to advertise and that is to hammer your name your location and your business so thoroughly into peoples heals that i they walked in their sleep they would continually turn their heads to your store The newspaper is your best friend in spite nf your criticIsm lit helps lo build up the country which supports you When the day conies that the newspapers are dead the people are near the edge ol their grave with no one to write their epilsph John Vaintraker CA S T 0B3 I Beets the- Slgaatero Jha Kitid You halo Mays Baghl ad 4 aIof Ferocious Rabbits 1rom Irimi1ii v V a i Journnl A c irr Vp uvif t o tint Wniom ton Pout te1of A rat b t which kiltd a hound clti 0 c blow of its cUw A i rabbit i1 mare t1IH Dennis ih n is rfal ly thotiirht Ltxt winter Ot1 Poccaii creek Mr John line bl wtvl hurtiue rubbrit has hit d x riM one in a ihol rxwowr + wM YriRwatwsnrvMwMnl- F I 0 Gm1ltililotl ld4 l Mothers or- A ivono in MoriHts BAR I WHKH- nUROtHO AH IHfAH7 AND IN TUB MONTHS THAr COMB UBFCtaB THAT I TMP SCOTTS EMULSION I NQURIGHMUMT aUPPUKO THK HrTKA SO HCCBOOaRr OTHBHOTH 0I CHILD THO HEALTH Of UOTH M OTHER S iil for free Mmplv SCOTT A HOVYNK Chemists PCI 407415 Jeitl Street New Yorlt joe anJiooj all druggists I I IIi low log As he stooped to peep into the log the rabbit leaped out full against Mr Hobbs breaking his nose and knocking him upon his dog with such force as to crush that animal to death The rabbit escaped We dont know as to the truth ol the story In the Washington Postbut Mr Hobbs is a living but disfigured witness of the tragedy on Pocosin creek A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and there is none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its smoothing effect 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store What Is the Sun Made Of It is generally agreed that the main body of the sunthe nucleous within the photospheremust be purely gaseous This seems to be an unavoida ble conclusion from the suns low mean of density and its treraendious internal temperature which must al most certainly be far higher than that of its outer surface so high that even the enormous force of solar gray ity is able to compress the vapors to a density only one and fourtenths that of water although among the consituent elements are many of the metals Iron being the most conspic uous which in the solid or liquid state are from three to eight times as dense The reader must not imagine however that this gaseous nucleous is like air or other gases as we en counter them upon earth Denser than water and strongly viscous from the heat it more resembles a globe ol tar except near the outside There the vapors relieved from pres sure are free to expand and to cool both by expansion and by radiating heat to outer space in a region ol powerlul currents ascending descend ing and cyclonic The photosphere or luminous surface Is generally believed to be what it looks lIkea sheet of clouds enveloping the nucleus and consisting of minute drops of crystals and formed from those vapors which condense at the highest temperatures These clouds flat In an atmosphere compos ed of the permanent gasss like hy drogen and helium mixed with the more numerous vapors which con dence only at far lower temperatures than those that form the clouds As to the substances which form the cloudpartlces opinions are unset tied A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself is the price ofa mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dispepsia Dizziness Headache Liver and Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Broh drug Store One MinutCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Gentle Hint They were playing tennis on the old hwn Dear me remained the young man with n far away looked In his eyes we never hear of 1 lfashioned kissing games any more They have gone out ol syle- I dont agree with you replied the pretty girltoy game is a kiss bug game if you supply the kisses o Fora Hundred Years moreja superior remedy but it remained j for P C DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to c JIll hine the vir i tiles of Witch Hazel with other an tieptics in the ionirol n salve 1e I Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in tho w irld for sores outs j burns bruises andpile2 The his I standing ol this eiiva has given rise i to counterfeits nod the public IK ad vised to look for the name DeWitiI on tlieprtirkat1 and accept no other RId by Z Wayne Griffin it Bro OAS le ZA- Doors You Ha e AhMft Bough sea hlloLff Iof li-I Domestic Repartee- YiillViti Mill niuiil- lie luring the ijuiirrel Well I djnt seem to cut any ice In this VaridSheWell its H safe bet thd youll next not be nblto cut any in th The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 0 years has borne time signature of 1 and has been niailo under his per sonal supervision since its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishncss It cures Diarrluua and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy stud natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ABears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY TftCCT NCW YORK CITY 4 J f i F f iHarris Positive Pile Cure I The Biggest Seller of the Age Wliy HfcHUse It cures completely and at onto It relieve the pifagij of a living death I All vnifen of Illes can lie cured by surgical uporntlun but you would rather huve Piles mired without the knife IIAlllllS PdSlTIVi VILK ItUB will dolt Made only by the leltchflilil Plmrniociil Co line Vor sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky i NVORMSIvhINOIS i H CENTRAL RIR OF TRAIN SERVICE BuffetLibrary Sleep Chair Cars on direct to the FAIR of the Fair with Days December 15 greatly reduced rates to St Louis and TIiwrHdoy rates less than one tare trip pmculais as to spe and train time of ticket agent Vas METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky Ii 1 A liiulHVlllo Ii P A New iirleiiun IiI JXn ASmTTAIIrAv lt tlUlhIM llTES CREAM HI I FUG jQiancar I1crt in Qtallt rf WO w MM- 1G2i Lf riR ri edfelT LBft 1 x A X vtTi srrf3 r i fl1roprot r+ A St Lo M lfCI f r e nr- JaMEALthttl For Sale by J H Villliams Hartford Ky- I + w eretsnegavr fwaaxruswiwsnr saeasvctnuwwtu raal u 0 0 ot 10 + to ++0 y4 0 + + 0+i I fEMACUmRA N- Mqy I J remedied Gar I niil1 111nil Ibl 1pl1llllt toalt ii tu rhasurovwu tn iHuq iiliniilut mil iimltlv curt nr all forum of iVmiil Tmall it I rUMA+ TIIA A siqls triad will raltviltce the unAt 1t1tltIII Its iilimwt mi J t nleateWlegrsiiveilawdrN Murt only by the lBITCIM IKII PliIlIAfAI O + t I tiquFnrsleby Kye 1 I 1 I rVd1I W + P u + + ++ ++ JJj4 r I i I t Hartford Republican IfOUC1 by the UnrtturJ rubllHliltmCoinpnnIS- COUIORAVKD tJ E KJIIT1I Editor TCLCEn O SE3- Cumbeslass 3m TLouCh ZJVvor = Advertising Rates Toeiil notice in ivntH per lint first Inwrtli anil are crntM Itch Miliwint nt Iniortlnn- Olfplny fot per liuli 1 Insertion InnM i Insertion ronsecMtlvilv s 1 frplny c tltr Inili s inontlin 110 II IS Ktfplny electrntvpi wrlwlia month o IIt IS A Obituary and 11omoTy uutIrls tltlP rent II worol or nil aver iwi wonl rali nutt intNiinpn mnnnKttrlpt or thi nrtMo will be rut ilmvn tll the required limit tit olilttmry postryn Ynt II won CIISIL AV do Job Printing from ilu iipi t to lie lrll1 tXItIIII I In FRIDAY JUNE t7- ANNOUNCEMENT Ion MI IKit- Vo rare uutluirlttil to iinwmnre 1 AMIS lull II 111IlJllcnn Cote to Hartford and watch it growIWILL some Parkerite raise upan tell why THK Kentucky Educational assi ciatiou meets in Aluysville JuneI 2123 Cniiij BKCKHAM has recently tied the scalps of several more big Indian to his belt =THE philosophy of Judge Parker tilSuce is perfectly apparent There u nothing he can say THK anteconvention statements 01 Jo Blackburn echo in our ears lik the soft subdued murmur of a hoars jackass about nine miles up the gulch Gov PEsi1AniE1tOf Pennsylvania has appointed Attorney Genera Knox to fill out the unexpired ItermI of Mathew S Quay in the THE gloomy and mysterious magI nificence of the Czars empire at aorth seems to be unable to withstani the close contact of the barbaric splendor ot the Orient SOME crank who has a fascination for the mock heroic in lop egret inonstroftitieb should make a collection of the State Democratic platforms tha lave RO far been adoptedIIT has been Louis convention will be short The I lame prediction would no doubt come true if made with reference to some I of the Presidential candidates IT ia said that it costs 89950 to Ke all the shows on the pike at the St Louie fair But the man who made this estimate did not state the Jeugth of time required for the men salequilibrium of the observer who makes this trip to wobble back into place CRIPPLE Creek Colorado is in a 3tatc of anarchy Both the miners and the military authorities have repeatedly violated the laws of the State and nation This is a matter of ser ious moment and will no doubt find iu solution in the Federal courts at an early date- PASSING r along the Ptreeta very late lou sometimes see a young man hanging en the gate moving about in an irregular orbit On close inspection you will see that his shoea are cut de collette and his Roman stripped rocks are cloaked with broacaded atrawcolored silk His tie is of old gold with polka dots of hum Iterta and cardinal interspersed with embroidered horseshoe and stirrup Be also has on some other clothes At the same time the mellow notes float to you through the stilly air from the melancholy tomcat as he chants a lAd refiain while he gambols over the grassy slopes in the back yardand- all this means that the Good Old Summer Time is here THE Democratic situation as regards the nomination for President seems to grow more uncertain as the days go by Of the thirtysix State That have held conventions Parker bas received the instruction of five with n delegated vote of 172 HearstI- bsa received the instruction of eight with a delegated vote of 110 Sixt four votes are divided up between Gray Olney and Wall while three hundred andeightsix votes are uninstructed There seems to be n pronounced lull in the Parker boom for be has not had the instruction o f a 8IUgie State within two weeks The situation is delightfully uncertain Tone can fortell the result unless he be able to peep over the high board fence which separates the somber present from the dark blue mysterious ultimatum The Illinois Republican State Jon vention was in session for more thlD a week and the conduct of the dele gates was entirely decorous The State Democratic Convention at Springfield Tuesday was in sharp contrast It was in session only a faw hours during which many tights oc curredand the police were culled into quiet the rioters John P Quinn was made Chairman and he ruled the convention according to Hed wines rules ot order Carter Harrison was unseated as a delegate aud returned to his home in disgti Two candidates for governor with drew after making indignant speec es in which they pronounced the can vention undemocratic As a tpical Democratic Convention it was a howling success We make this report merely to illustrate a figure in the oric called antithesis FORDSVILLE June 15 Miss Mamie Jones who pas been visiting her sister Mrs A L Hudson of Hartford for the past month returned home Thursday Mr and Mr3 Mortis Wilson of louisville visited friends and rela rives here last week Mr Foster Kldson of Olaton WAS in town Saturcny Mr rendition Holbrcok of Bu ord was the guest of Mr and Mrs S K Allen last week Mrs Thomas Truman of Puebl CoL has gone to Owensboro after a- visit with relatives at this place Miss Stella Wedding oj White Hie was In town Saturday Mr and Mrs W R Jones attende Dr J W Meadors funeral at Pita a nt Grove Sunday Mr Frank Graham and Miss Wi Ille Turnham of Narrows attende he ice cream supper at this phce Saturday night Dr Alva Jones and wife of Monet Jo are expected home in a few days to be the guest of Mr Jones parents IT and Mrs W R Jones Mr A W Wimsett of Narrow was in town Saturday night Miss Mamie Smith who has betn ttending spool at Georgetown returned home Thursday- Mr Willie Martin of Dundee was in town last Sunday Mr and Mrs S O Keown ot iorse Branch were is town Thurs dayDr Ellis Miller and family of Sul pbur Springs passed through tows Monday en route to Monett Mo where Dr Miller expects to locate RENDER June 14 Rev J H Burnett of Hartford after conducting a series of meetings here sin the Baptist church for the past two weeks closed the meeting here on last Sunday night He did some powerful preaching wblte in our little village to a large and attentive audience at every ser vice Bro Burnett is a noble preach er of much power for the cause of Christ and he has been missed very much since his departure on last Sunday May God bless him It is hoped he will be with us again soon DurIng his stay here be aslsted in and was the cause of organizing a Sunday school which was a thing of the- pait For many months gone there- bad been no Sunday school here but It is hoped that this will never OCcur again Let all put their shoulders to- tbe wheel and have the banner Sunday school of Ohio county as we- have had In the past Everybody Is welcomeRev Maddox of Rockport is In this city the guest of friends and relatives Mr Clarence Baskett enlisted last SaturddY In the standing army for a- term ol three years We regret to see- him leave and hope he will return hOUle safe Mr Simon Stephens was the guest of his brother Geo Stephens at Central City last Saturday and and Sun daywho had just returned from the illlpplne Islands alter having been In the service for three years I Messrs Sam James Sr and Jr SI- mon Jones and J T Main were In Central City Sunday at ending the funeral ol Mra Fred Mitchell of Her run Ill Mr Morris Reynolds is In Nasb vllle Tenn Mrs E T Hocker has returned to Leltch field In Memory Ol Etta Chlnn who departed this life June I 1904 She was the dangli ter ol John and Delia Chinn was in her 14th year and was a member 01 the Baptist church Etta was bright and intelligent R better girl we never saw To know her was to love her We miss her now and shall ever miss her until we meet In that great beyond We have lost much but she has gained more Her trials and troubles are ended and today she is sale with God In Para diseDear father and mother brother and sisters we know that days are less bright to you now on account of your loved ones absaence but let us strive to Inculcate a reverence for that Being who declares that even the hairs of our head are numbered am when we shall have passed to that great unknown we shall there meet dear Etta who stands at the golde I gate beckoning with loving hands to pinIOZOXA MOSKIKY i Farmers Meeting H B Sherman national organize of American Society of Equityc Greensburg Ind will address the farmers of Ohio county at tilt Court House at 2 oclock Saturday Jure n 194 His purpose is to organize II Farmers Union here and he shoul have a large attendance ot farmers Sudden Death of H Clay Leach Henry Clay Leach died very sud denly of heart disese nt 9 ococ Wednesday morning at his home in Beaver Dam He had not been well for some time but was able to walk about town Tuesday late in the afternoon he wa taken suddenly worse and was soor beyond medical klll His remains were Interred in Mt Zion burying ground at 4 oclocl I tune 15th He was a fedtral soldier during th Civil War and Postmaster at Reave Dam during McKlnleys first admin istratlon He had a wide acquaintance and was universally esteemed He leaves a wife several children I and many friends to mourn his demise Child Assaulted by Rooster The three year old child ot Charlie Hare a farmer living near Barretts Ferry had a narrow escape from leach last week from the spurs of s rooster The little girl was playing In the yard where the chickens were icing led She caught one of the bens which began squalling and the rooster rushed furiously on the I child and before its mother could ome to the rescue the rooster had purred it three times each time in he head and inflicting an ugly round just above the left eye Had It struck the childs face just a little ower It would have put Its eye out The chicken was killed at once Three New Structures Buildin The Hartford Milling Company Is apldly completing its new building which is to be occupied by the machinery for its flouring mill The machinery is already on the ground and the mill will soon be in operation- J W Ford has begun work on his new mill adjacent to the Fair ground and he will soon be ready for grinding at the new site A C Taylor has his new business house well under way and thinks he wftl have it ready for occupancy with- In three weeks Victory Near Fu Chou Dispatches received by London papers from Tokio say news has been received of a big Japanese victory near Fu Chou The Russians it Is aimed lost 1000 men and retreated In disorder A naval engagement Is reported in the Korean ntralts and fighting is said to be in progress near an fan gow Suicide at Arnold Miss Myrtle Swift the sixteen arold daughter of Park Swift near Arnold committed suicide Tuesday by drinking carbolic acid Mss Swift was handsome and very popular and no reason is assigned for her- rash act Six Hundred People Perish The threedecked excursion steamer Gen Slocum of the Kickerbocker HoodsSarsaparilla is unquestionably the greatest blood and liver medicine known It positively and permanently cures every humor from Pimples to Scrofula It is- the Best Blood Medicine Steamship Company burned to the waters edge ofl North Brothers Island in East river at the entrance to Long Island Sound and over six hundred persors were burned to death or drowned Between 1000 and Z 000 persons mostly women and children were on the lat going out for an outing given by the Sunday school of St Marks German Luth ran churcn of New York city For Sale One lot with two story residence on West side of Main street Beaer Dam Ky Garlon stable cistern and well All in gcod repaIr Por particuLirn address MRS O IA B Hoc lm 515 E Sixth St Bloomington Ind Entertainment ToNight at tbe Bennett Home Miss Mary J Bennett and Miss MaryBelle Burnett have asked some of their friends to spend this evenir with them at Miss Bennetts home The guests of honor are to be M tss Burnett and Miss Mattiua Beunet The invitations which bore to tach friend a light from Japan were the ar tistic work of Permeia Burnett The young ladies who are two of liar lords Ideal entertamrs are to rt ceive in typical Japanese style and their guests are expecting a very unique affair BEDA June 15Buslness is very good In our little town and farmers are very busy plowing corn and tobacco Rev R D Bennett Hartford fiiled his regular appointment at the M H Church Sunday and delighted hIS hearers with a very Interesting ser mon Mr and Mrs Peter Shown visited friends in Owensboro Friday and Saturday They were accompanied hOUle by their sister Mrs Laura Shown and children St Louis Mrs Eliza Bennett who has been very ill for several months is slowly ImprovingMiss Shown has returne Irom Maysooville alter several week visit to her sister Mrs George Lash Drank Misses Clara and Ethel Webb spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs tlosia Shown Mrs Henry Collins and Mr John M Tweedell are visiting Mr B M Barnett and family Messrs Peter Shows and S R Bennett went to Owensboro Monday Mr Allen Chappel and wife ot Louisville and Mr James Tweddell Norton visited Mr B W Bennet and family Saturday Miss Alice King of Battleborough has returned home after spending everal weeks visiting her sister Mrs J C Park Mr W Q Parks went to Hartford ast week Quite a number from here attendee the show at Owensboro last week Mr A S Tanner Pleasant Ridge ras in our town Tuesday in the in crest of the Owensboro Messenger HORSE BRANCH June ISMr CharlieTallyandfam fly have moved to town Mrs Tell Brady and daughter have returned to their home at Irv- Ington D E Haynes of Owensboro la le town this week Miss Blanch St Clair edtertalnac a number of her friends Sunday it being her birthday Deputy Sheriff S O Keown left this morning with John W Daugher ty who is wanted in Morgantown Butler county Mr Tom Wilson who has been quite sick is better The 6 cent packet Is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a unpplj for a year All UrugnlntH eell them Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales Cattlebest quality 5 oo to 5 25 Hogsbest quality 5 oo Choice tight shippers 475 Sheep and LambsExtra shipping sheep 4 00 to 440 Extra spring Jambs 600 to 7 oo 4q 15he Talk oF E- 4q 11 4 4 15he County I- 4q i4Stylish Headwear 4 4 us ilf 4 constant ar J 11111SttjlillgsZ ill Millinery girls customer i all unbrokon stock to so Our stock is rj- hirirc our trices i Ik- rit lit our kiiowkdm of i ilfiirlJllMlt to fr- iritlur our J 43 unsurpassed ability to plen e places us in better po to serve you anywhere you can go Ladies Oxfords tan certainly bowing the most complete line oiladies LowCuts embracing style Iualitcarnl price to be seen anywhere Our line Is very com plete and if vou see us volt are sure iret a satisfac torv selection Ladies and Gents Furnisnincjs i In this lint NV ftt1l are in position to satilac torily serve our customers always giving tiled the t things to be found See our tim of Shirts I11lt and dents Collars Ties Hells mull anvthing Iou mav need in till lint If it comes our 4 store it is the correct tlliuZlIii i Overalls i The hit lOtI Carhartt i brand no recomitu dation to those who ban 4wutn them Lug thi lint of when need of nI =j alls Work Jackets Shirts or and receive satis dfaetiou A full line t1 lilt rivals to each IVoin vhirli if- loit i and this with sition than lIp to from needs J ways in stock guaranteed to wear S f 41 We are determined to snake this time mot popular i d3 trading center Our increased popularity and grow J 3trig sales give us the encouragement we possess the i 41 energy have the stock of goods which command it c i co us otl have to sell awlrl I 4 tjiI 1 4 surpass Clothing Millinery and Dress Goods 41 I 15 J TICHENOR McHenry t- rwAMnJuJwJpftfi n WeAre The People You want to See when you are buying Pants Shoes Slippers Shirts Collars Suspenders Ties Hats Underwear Corsets Dry Goods and Notions Groceries Hardware STOVES HARNESS and SAD DLERY etc Who Are We The Brown Mercantile CoIXCOlflOUATIIIt P SWe Want Your Feathers Wool Poultry and Eggs 1 Kr e 1ITrJ If Joi t It 1- i t 1 t 11 i 4 ErP BARNES BRO 4- f 6 4 fBarnes Shoes c For men aro everything that style quality and Z price can niako them They aro hero in all the new spring lasts in the lace blucher lowcuts g make of kangaroo calf hox calf velour calf v1IJkangaroo and patent leather r 7 M Our 150 Line ci This line consists of Shoes made up with plai- nT toes and all the new narrow toes anti show asjmuch style in shape as other lines at more money 5 Made of Kangaroo Calf Casco Calf and Vici Kid 2 tOur 200 and 250 Line ci At these two prices we can give you the lace or ssf hluchei shape plain or any shape in the narrow toes made in nil the leathers except the patent alo ill lowutH Our 300 350 and 400 Lines i All the beauty of style and finish that the most experienced designercall conceive is embodied in ithese shoes Illeyare made from the very best iT leathers the manufacturers can procure You can 4 buy them in lowcuts plain toes and all the new narrow lasts Made of Vici Kangaroo Velour Patent Leather and 1ox Calf j t- li Boys Wear Shoes lleiueinberint that all men were once boys and that men must still conic form the same source we uv Wl lluilM1l to Halslv tIll I lust Particular tI boyIll hoys Shoes are sied from S to 1H j Ito 2s and to jL Made of asco calf llox Calf Vici and Patent leather and are priced at Situ S 1 jr S 11t 2OO and l c Summer Coats Vests and Pants tMens Straw Hats and Summer Millinery Ladies Mens and BoysUnderwear tFans Belts Collars and Umbrellas Hose HalfHose Handkerchiefs and Neckwear tGloves Hairpins PuffCombs Hair Ornament Beaver Dam I y Hartford Republican1 FRIDAY JUNE 17 I illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table North BaanilNo 122du36nm- No1o2 due lU7p m No indUI 1230 pm Month Round tn 121 lui ll31 a m No 101 tine 24lp in No 131 dui 9 us p ui Gents furnishing goods a specialty at ECONOMY SToaBI Mr G W Jewel Buford was a pleasant caller Wednesday I We will sell Calicoes through June at 5c CARSON COI R O Neal Fordavllle was a vial tor at this office TuesdayIDont overlook our offer on Call coes through June CARSON Sc Co Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville yesterday after a weeks visit to his family here A complete line of Hamilton ladies and gents Slippers just re1 celved SAM BACH IceCream at Griffins drug store at anytime AH kinds of cooling drinks a specialty Your patronage appre iated Largest assortment embroiders THE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Mrs Mackdowell Fair and children Render are visiting G G Fair and family If you dont think I am selling out at reduced prices just come and see R T ILER Hartford Ky Wells H Minor Civil Engineer of Cental Coal and Iron Co was in town Wednesday on business partalning to the graval toad IFresh fish at City Restaurant Duke Palo called at this of fice Tuesday City Restaurants Ice Cream ii simply fine Try It Latest styles in LowCut Shoes at SAM BACHS C W Morgan Maxwell was a caller at the office TuesdayI Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat E D Oldbam Beaver Dam called at our office Tuesday City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Call and see F W Creager Cecilia paid us a pleasant call while in town Tuesday For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Ru taurant We buy Ginseng and herbs TUB BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Stella and Emmet Park Rochester are visiting their tether Mr Sherman Park this week Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilere grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Miss Willie Lea Allen of Owens boro is vising Miss Margaret Marks this week One hundred dol ara to be given away in Crystal Presscut Glassware Call forcoupons ECONOMY STORE Miss Olive Carson of Rockport Ind returned Monday to spend the summer with relatives here Ice Cream Soda and all k inda o cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Misses Nell and Marie Austin Beaver Dam visited Mr and Mrs Wayne Griffiln the first of the week John Blair Buford called at this office Wednesday Joe Miller of New Orleans is visiting his parents here Mr Robert Oglesby of near Beave Dam was in Town Tuesday Born to the wife of Dr J H Max well Narrows June 10 a girl R B Martins family are visiting friends at Cromwell this week Owen Wallace of Central City is visiting the family of Sam Barnett Rev J H Burnett and wife are visiting relatives in Glasgow this wetk Dr J W Taylor Cromwell Is spending the week with his family hereMessrs W R Jones and San Roberts Fordtvllle were in tows Monday Special Ribbon sale from now unti July All readytowear Hats reduced to half prlcep ECONOMY STORK Messrs C C White and R B Wilson Olaton were callers at the office 1 uesday We have a nice lot ot thin goods at thin prices for hot weather buyers CARSON Co Dr Clarence DeWeese Shreve visited his brother here the first of the week Miss Dora E Gibson of Beaver Dam Is the guest of relatives here this week Mrs Horace Ralph of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs McHenry this week Miss BeEsle Fitzhugh Sulphur Springs is visiting her aunt Mrs Sarah Collins Smith IBell Galloway and Jas Whitting hill of Bowling Green attended the funeral of Mrs Chas Sullenger Tuesday See our new Worlds Fair Sailors They are beauties and the newest thingoutMRS SARAH COLLINS SMITH Mrs Sarah Collins Smith Mrs Ora Collins W W Hurt and little Mist Sallie Bean spent Sunday at Sulphur Springs Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner upstairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf Wayne Render of Norman Okla homa arrived in town Monday Hi will spend the summer with his parents here Uptodate slippers womens and childrens All Style THE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Misses Grace Howard and Rena Calhoon Owensboro are visiting the family of John Blair near Buford this week Mrs Carrie Williams of Crawley La Is visiting the family of Judge James Glenn and other relatives here in town this week When in need ot a new Suit ol Clothes dont fall to see our line You will find the nicest styleE- CONOMY STORE O M Shultz has accepted a poss Lion with the American Book Co end will be absent Irom the county luring the summer Mrs A T Nail Miss Zslla Nail J jhn V Britton and wife and little laughter are visiting falends near lorgantown Butler county this reek We will deliver ice from 5 to 7 oclock in the morning can be bad at shop all hours during the day Your patronage solicted MOORE CRABTREE Col CM Barnett Hon M L Heav In and Supt Jas M DeWeese will leave Sunday for Chicago where they- o to attend the National Convention which meets on June 21 In order that we may not carryover any straw hats for men or boys we have reduced the prices on all traw goods 25 per cent CARSON Co The many warm personal friends of- Col E M Woodward will be pleased no doubt to know that he has become an enthusiastic sportsman Wheel riding seems to be his mania When in need ot Footwear whether Hosiery Tan Shoes Black Shoes or Uppers for young and old call ou- us The beat line for the lowest prices will be found at the Economy Store MRS SARAH COLLINS SMITH Dr Wood ofLeitchfield was before the board of pension examiners Wed nesday Dr J J Mitchell Beaver Dam visited his daughter Mrs E G Bar rass last Sunday Miss Etta Thomas who has been visiting relatives in Louisville re turned home Monday S W Bennett of Red Hill Daviess county is viditing the family of Jo seph L Carson this week Misses Mary Bennett Martha and MaryBell Burnett were very pleas ant callers at this office yesterday Mrs Thos B Petrie and children Annie Ruth and Lelia May ofjBrazll Ind are visiting Mrs Petrles par ents Mr and Mrs J E Fogle Miss Annie Belle Collins returned Wednesday from Washington D C where she has been attending the National Park Seminary She was met at Louisville by her sister Miss I Katharyn who accompanied her home i Mrs Gilbert Dodson left Saturday for St Louis where she goes to join her husband and in a few days they will leave for Kansas City to visit rel atives and friends and will return to St Louis Mo to make their future home Bargains in clothing at the Econo my Store see them 300 and 400 suits at 2 45 500 suits at 345 650 suits at 395 7 50 suits at 5 45 S 50 suits at 5 951 S10 and 12 50 suits at 745 It will pay you to see these suits before the best are picked over splended valuesI Dr James A Duff who is soon to graduate from the Hospital School of Medicine will locate at Sulphur Springs He has purchased the I j property of Dr D E Miller who I left last week for Missouri Dr Miller has formed a partnership with Dr Alva Jones formerly of Fords vllle Dr Harvey representing the Ken I tucky Childrens Home society was in town first of the week He took four children from the county house to be placed in homes in other parts of the State This makes about 30 children from Ohio county that have been placed in homes by this society We have just selected from our Clothing stock a great big assortment I of odd pants ranging in price from gt to 3 per pair We have placed them on our counters in two lots 100 to 1 50 for choice This is your chance to get a nice pair of I pants for a small sum of money Every man in the county should take advantage of this offer CARSON Co I MrnMrnMMnfknfLirlnALnATMnfLIIfiTMlt x Offerings We are prepared to show you the prettiest line of sheer Wash 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 Oc to 20c Fine Merccr iecl Figured White Goods 20c to 25c Fancy Fig ured Organdies lOc Figured Satin Stripe Lawns 15c Fancy Cotton Voiles 25c White Corded Piques 20c Ve 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 latestallstyles 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 accordance 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 specialsale 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 THE GREAT Bargain Givers t4 Just from the Eastern Markets E fi b fi = Where we have purchased a big lot of new goods such as Clothing Hats Dress = 4l Goods Shoes and in fact everything needed to dress you up in the latest style At fl t Our Clothing = The famous STERLING brand cannot be excelled for = neatness beauty or durability Remember we guarantee p every Sterling Suit we sell Prices Qf these goods range from = 6 to 2250 Our Line of Shoes = The celebrated Hamilton Brown will give you better sat p isfaction in point of neatness and comfort than any Shoe onp the market Every pair guaranteed Prices from 125 to 5 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 heavy Hickory Shirting Tic extra heavy Bedticking 15c p per yard Ladies Hose 5c a pair Childrens Hose 5c a pair = Mend Socks 5c a pair Three pair Suspenders 25c Ten p Mens black Clay Worsted Suits going at 245 better grade b 300 size 35 to 42 Youths Suits at 235 childrens at 6hc Our limited space will not permit us to quote addi tional prices but come to see us and we will show you the most uptodate line of goods and for less money than any other house in Ohio county Come to see us and we will do the rest = Your for But inee3 = SAM BACH Hartford ib arr f I I KATE BONNETTHE ROMANCE OF A PIRATES DAuGHTER l By FRANKw R STOCKTON JCopyright UV2 by V Appluton tCo Xvw York CHAPTER XXVI OAITAJN UHAIUD ATJ BUNN1T was m vr deed In a sad case She hall sailed from ring ston with high hopes and a gay heart and before she left she had written to Master Ncwcoinbe to express her joy that her father had given up his un lawful calling and to say how she was going to sail after him fold him In her forgiving arms and bring him back to Jamaica where she and her uncle would see to it that his past sins were forgiven on account of his irresponsi ble mind and where for the rest of Ills life ho would tread the paths of ponce nnd probity In this letter she had not yielded to the earnest entreaty which was really the object and soul of Master Newcombes epistle Many hind things she said to so kind a frlond but to his offer to make her the queen of his life she made no answer She know she was his very queen but she would not yet consent to he Invest ed with the royal robes and with tho brown And when she had reached Belize how proudly happy she had been She had seen her father no longer an out 3nw honest though in mean condition earning his bread by honorable labor Then with a still greater pride she had seen him clad as a noble gentleman and bearing himself with dignity and high complacence What a llgflre he would have made among the fine folks who were her uncles friends in Kingston and in Spanish Town But all this was over now With his own hand he had told her that once again she was a pirates daughter She went below to her cabin where with wot cheeks Dame Charter attended her Mr Dolaplalne was angry Intensely angry Such a shameful wicked trick had never before been played upon a loving daughter There were no words in which to express his most justifiable wrath Again he went to the town to learn more but there was nothing more to learn except that some people said they had reason to believe that Bonnet had gone to follow Black beard From things they had heard they supposed that the vessel which had sailed away in the night had gone to offer herself as a consort to the Revenge to rob and burn in the com pany of that notorious ship There was no satisfaction in this news for the heart of the good mer chant and when he returned to the brig and sought his nieces cabin he had no words with which to cheer her All he could do was to tell her the little he had learned and to listen to her supplications Mr Delaplalno sat brooding on the deck The righteous anger kindled by the conduct of his brotherinlaw and his grief for the poor stricken women sobbing In the cabin combined to gether to throw him into the most dolorous state of mind which was ag gravated by the knowledge that he could do nothing except to wait until the Belinda sailed back to Jamaica and to go to Jamaica in her As the unhappy merchant sat thus his face burlEd in his hands a small boat came alongside and a passenger oJ V- Ini J I t I t I lr If t t rlIvia l JICII rLUIII iHt II uphatnr mnae This van 111 It list n t II it piol lonal sea robbcr and he did not know xactly how to demean himself but as ils visitors manner was quiet antI- S he came on board alouc It was not to be supposed that his intentions were offensiveAnd OU wish to see me sir said hut Yes said Capt Ichabod I thought Id come over and talk to you I dont know you bedad but I know all about you and 1 saw you and your family when you came to town to visit that old fox bedad that sugarplanter that Capt Blackboard ucH to call Sir beIdadof business have done but bedad I never did hear of any captain who was dirty and mean to his own family Pine poople too who came out to do the right thing by him after he had been cleaned out bedad by one of his Brothers of the Coast A rare sort of brother bedad dont you say soIYou are right sir said plalne in what you say of the wildIconduct of my brotherinlaw It pleases me sir to know that you tondomn it- Condemn I should say so bedad answered Capt Ichabod and I came over here to say to outhnt is Just to mention not knowing of course what youd think about It bedad that mi goln to start on a cruise tomorrow That Is as soon as I can get in my wa ter and some stores bedad water anyway And if you and your lathes might happen to fancy it bedad Id be glad to take you along Ive heard that youre in a bad caso here the cap tain of this brig being unable or quite unwilling to take you where you want to go But where are you going sir in great surprise Anywhere said Capt Ichabod anywhere youd like to go Im starting out on a cruise and a crulsa with me means anywhere And my opinion Is sir that If you want to come up with that crackbrained sugarplanter youd better follow Blackbeard and the best place to find him will be on the Carolina coast thats his favorite huntingground be dad and I expect the sugarplanter IsI with him by this time But will not that be dangerous sir asked Mr Delaplalne Oh no said the other I knov Blackboard and we have played many a game together You and your family need not have anything to do wltL it Ill board the Revenge and you may wager bodad that Ill bring Sir Nightcap back to you by the oar But theres another said Dela plalne theres a young man belonging to ray party OU yes I know said the other the young fellow Blackboard took away with him Clapped a cocked hat on him bedad That was a good Joke I will bring him too One old man one young manIll fetch em both Then Ill take you all where you want to go That Is as near as I can get to it bedad Now you tell your ladies about this and Ill have my sloop cleaned up a bit and as soon as I can get my water on board Im ready to hoist anchor But look you sir exclaimed Mr Delaplalne this Is a very Important matter and cannot he decided so quicklyOh dont mention It dont mention it said Capt Ichabod just you tell your ladles all about It and Ill be ready to sail almost any time tomor rowBut sir cried the merchant Very good said tho pirate cap main you talk it over Im going to thE town now and Ill row out to you this afternoon and get your Instnic tI nmi L- And with this he got over the wide Mr Delaplalne acid nothing of this with Inn waited on deck until the cap tain fml on beard aud then many were the questions he naked about the pirate Ichabod Wtl well the cnptalu exclaimed that mst like him hes a rare on Inl tt it no his name of course and In told he belongs to a prjorl Engli- shtllya yonrirn1 yon ard having iiiii Ids inhentavc he invesrrii it r loch nnd tumid i irac fl hioI i c pretty novl foriiin I ba- G ilJ bin it Iwnt ftic lni irivi Rut ln is r frrluie unvtVc i i iru IK mittl by is JIb s Ii- I iysrI 11 i J IM li Nhieh h ou1 i J is t hc o 1 jilrnio Iris won liOis i i L Mm but he if hi u ii1 G Iv1 jitu to bo trusted n f vfii t his sailing a long wtjr r the tn pay a naml Hnp debt Uf hn having captured a mer i ant nvm In the meimtiino Very 111twrnbh Indeed remarked Mr rttfdhre As piratic to a white crow wild other Now sir if you and your ilex want to xo to Blackboard and a rare desire is that I swear you cannot do better Uian let Capt Iclmhod take jou You will ba safe and I am sure of that and there is every rea son to think ho will find his man When Mr Delaplalno went below with his extraordinary news Damo Charter turned pale and screamed Sail In a pirate ship she cried Ive seen the men belonging to one of them and as to going on board and salllnp with them Id rather die Just where I am To tho good dames astonishment and that of Mr Delaplalno Kato spoke up very promptly But you cannot die here Damo Charter and If you ever want to see your son again you have got to go to him Which Is also the case with mo and my father And as there Is no other way for us to go I say let us accept this mans offer If he be what my uncle thinks ho is After all it might be as safe for us on board his slip im to be on a merchantman and be captured by pirates which would be likely enough in those regions where we are obliged to go and so I say let us see the man and If he dont frighten us too much let us sail with him and got my father and Dlckory It would be a terrible danger a ter rible danger said Mr Delaplalne But uncle urged Kate everything is a terrible danger in tho search were upon let us then choose a dan ger that we know something about and which may serve our needs rath er than one of which were Ignorant and which cannot possibly be of any good to us It was actually the fart that the little party In the cabin had not finished talking over this most momentous subject before they were Informed that Capt Ichabod was on deck lp they went Dame Charter ready to faint But she did not do so When she saw the visitor she thought it could not be tho pirate captain but some one whom he had sent in his place He was more soberly dressed than when he first came on board and his manners were even milder The mind of Kate Bonnet was so worked up by the trouble that had come upon her that she felt very much as she did when she hung over the side of her fathers vessel at Bridgetown ready to drop Into the darkness and the water when tin sig nal should sound She had an object now as she had had then and again she must risk everything On her sec ond look at Capt Ichabod which em barrassed him very much she was ready to trust him Dame Charter she whispered we must do It or never see them again So when they had talked about It for a quarter of an hour it was agreed that they would sail with Capt IchabodWhen the sloop Restless made ready to sail the next day there was a tine Hurry in the harbor Nothing of the kind had ever before happened there Two ladles and a most respectable old gentleman sailing away under the skull and crossbones That was alto gether new in the Caribbean sea To those who talked to him about his quixotic expedition Capt Ichabod sworeand at times as many men knew he was a great hand at being in earnest that if he carried not his passengers through their troubles and to a place of safety the Restless and all on board of her should mount to the skies in a thousand bits Al though this alternative would not have been very comforting to said passengers If they had known of It it came from Capt Ichabods heart and showed what sort of a man he was The anchor was weighed the sans hoisted and amid shouts and cheers from a dozen small boats containing some of tho most terrible and bloody searobbers who had ever infested the fate of the waters the Restless sailed I away the only pirate ship which had perhaps ever left port followed by I blessings and goodwill goodwill al though the words which expressed It were curses and the men who waved their hats were blasphemers and cut throatsAway sailed our gentle and most respectable party with the Jolly Roger floating boldly high above them Kate looking skyward noticed this nrd took courage to bewail the fact to Capt Ichabod He smiled While were in sight of my Brethren of the Coast he said skull and hones must wave but Iom were well out at sea we will run up an English Hag If It please you I SVltIJ A PROPOSED PIHVY i APT ICUABOU was in i high feather He whis tled lie sans and he kept hii men cleaning things All that I he HuhlIII for the on Isi- simssercera he dl4rven peltssb far as to crop as many ot his hedadV nc jioislbli Wh rfv T he mil ui op portunity and these rarrr artntli- e tnlkfil to Mr Itlavlnrt idrcM inp a word or two to Kn r If he C iifihi she looiiptl rvri roT the fr day or two p r 111 kept Mov i was pfl f the pica jh iMrt rM even i ni 111 it thora ith r1id hcII It r ibr oiii II r vrnnp cnii tfi r hRb1 t Mr i ilalne Theyreii IIJltlltp anyway lor i cotjiu nut afford rt I have rttfi i iijht that I I could maKe more prnfta111c voyages If I liA a uvaKcr lot f mr n Ill tell j you t ir we once tried to Uirl a big Spaulah KaUwm nnd the bcn iy foreigners brat us off bertrttt and w O had n herd time of It ftotUn sway There I ate tjiroo or four plood fJII tn the crow tough old rascals who came with the sloop when I bought hrr but most of my rues are but prior knaves and not to he afraid ofI That afternoon Capt Ichnbort found I Kate by herself on neck nun ne made bold to elt down by her and before ho know what he was about ho was tolling her his wholo story She lis toned carefully to what he said Ho touched but lightly upon his wicked nesses although they wero plain enough to any listener of sense and gamlngmisery ono day or another Whon I have staked my vessel and have lost It said ho then there will be an end of me But why dont you sell your vessel before you lose It said Kate and become r farmer His eyes brightened I never thought of that said ho Bedad excuse me Miss some tiny when Ive got a littlo together and can pay my men Ill sell this sloop and buy a farm bodadI beg your pardon Miss Ill buy a farm Kato smiled but It was easy to see that Capt Ichabod was in enmesh The next day Capt Ichahod came to Mr Dolaplalne and took him to one sldo I want to speak to you he said about a bit of business You may have noticed sir that wo are somewhat short of provisions and the way of it is this Tho night before wo sailed hoping to make a bold stroke at the cardtable and thereby fit out my vessel in a man nor suitable to tho entertainment of a gentleman and ladles I lost every penny I had 1 did hope that our provisions would last us a few days longer but I am disappointed Fir That cook of mine who is a soft hearted follow his neck always ready for the heel of a woman has thrown overboard even the few stores we had left for you the good Dune Charter having told him they were not fit to eat And more sir oven my men aro grumbling So I thought I would speak to you and explain that it would be necessary for us to overhaul a mer chantman and replenish our food supply It can be done very quietly sir and I ilont think that even the ladles need be disturbed Mr Delaplalne stared in amazement Do you menu to say he exclaimed that you want me to consent to your committing piracy for our benefit Yes sir answered the captain thats what I suppose you would call it but thats my business Now sir I wish you to know that I am a Christian and a gentleman said Mr Delaplalne Thats all very true bodad said Capt Ichabod but youre also an other thing youre a human being and you must merchant This Is patIIshould consent to a felony at sea and to profit by It I cannot hear to think of the wickedness and the disgrace of ILiMost respected sir said Ichnlxvl i if the follows behave themselves properly and dont offer to fight us then therell be no wickedness bedad I can make a good enough show of men to frighten any ordinary mer chant crew so that not a blow need be struck And that Is what I expect to do sir I would not have any disturbance before ladles you may be sure of that bedad We bear down upon a vessel we order her to sur render we take what we want and we let her go Truly theres no wick edness in that And as for the dis grace we can all better bear that than starve Mr Delaplalne looked at the pirate without a word He could not com i prehend how a man with such a frank and honest face could thus avow his dishonest principles But as he gazed and wondered the thought of a scheme flashed across the mind of the merchant a thoroughly businesslike scheme This hold young pirate captain might seize upon such supplies as they were In need of but he Felix Delaplalne of Spanish Town Jamaica would pay for them Thus might their necessities be relieved and their consciences kept clean But he said nothing of this toI Ichabod the pirate might deem such a proceeding unprofessional and interpose some objection Payment would be the merchants part of tiro business and he would attend to it himself A look of resignation now came over Mr Delaplalnes face Captain said he I must yield to your reason It Is absolutely necessary that we shall not starve Ichahod0 face shone and he held out his hand Bedad sir he cried I honor you as a bold gentleman raid 1I land one I will Instantly lay my course somewhat to the eastward and I promise you sir It will not belong before we run across some of these merchant iVllows I beg you sir thatIthrre will be no unpleasant compio t Ion vf may draw our swords and make a fierce show but bedad I dont believe therell be any fighting We shall want BO little for 1 would not attempt to take a regular prize with lalca on hoardthat the fellows will sry deliver whet we demand the jir rr to make an end of It I f you are perfectly wire said Mr D lapline that you can restrain your men from violence I would like 11 bo a member of your hoarding par tr It would be n rare experience for rile Now Oapt Ichabod fairly shouted with delljrht Bravo Hraro ho exotaimed I didnt dream till that you wore a man of such a noble spirit You shall go with us sir Your presence will aid rreatly in making our hopedfor cap ture a most orderly affair no one can look upon you bedad without know that you ace n hlRhmlmiorl andlIng man Hint would not take a box or cane from anyone If you did not Illmu1andsight n merchantman Even if It bo but a coastline trader it may aorva our purpose Mr Dolaplalno with something of a smile upon his sedate face hurried to Kate who was upon tho quarterdeck My dear wo are about to introduce a little variety into our dull lives As soon as wo can overhaul a merchant man we shall commit a piracy But dont turn pale I have arranged It all You exclaimed the wideeyed Kate Yes eald her undo and he told his tale And remember this my dear hr tuldedIt vr annot pay wo do not eat I shall bo as relentless as tho bloody Blackboard if they take not my monoy I shall swear to Ichabod that wo touch not their goods And are you suro she said that there will be no bloodshed I vouch for that said he for I shall load the boarding party Sho took hint by both hands Why she said It need be no more than laying in goods from a store house and I cannot but be glad dear uncle for I am so very very hungry The captain canio up excited Even now bedad ho cried there are two sails In night ono far north and the other to the eastward beat- Ing up this way This ono wo shall make for We have the wind with us which Is a good thing for tho Rest less Is a hind sailer and has lost many a prize through that fault And now miss be said addressing Kato I shall have to ask your leave to lake down that English flag aud run up our Jolly Roger It will be necessary for if the follows fear not our long KtniB they may change their course and get away from us That will be right said Kate If wore going to be pirates we might as well b pirates out and out Capt Ichabod glowed with delight What U girl this was and what an uncleIt wan not long for the Restless had a fair wind before the sail to the east ward carne fully Into sight She wits In gout truth a merchantman and noia largo one Dame Charter very much excited wondered what site would have on board rTII re Is Nctr Wrn Irr Getting Acquainted at Home A young fellw who had got into the hitbit of spending all his uveuln s sway liom home was brought to hiss i ss in the following waj One afternoon his lather came to him aud asked him if had any er gagenienl for the evening The ounK unto had not Well Pd like to have you po somewhere with me The young man himself tells what happened All right I said where shall I bop He suggested the Columbia hutch at 733 end I was there When he appeared he maid he wanted me to call with him on a laly One I knew quiet well when I waia young man he explained We went out and started straight for home She is staying at our bouse he said I thought filrnnge that he should have mantle an appointment for the Columba under those circumstances but I said nothing Well we wentlln and I was intro duced with nil due formality to my mother and sister The situation struck me as funny and I started to laugh but the laugh died away None of the three even smiled My mother and sister said she remembered me as a boy but hadnt seen much ot me lately Then she invited me to be seated- It wasnt a bit funny then although I can laugh or 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doc XIt Complete Treatment IL J 4Only 25 cents e f11 ln itttcoSt Loald 1rtitivtir 111111 r11f1 1r PaMolaiThe Modern strong and well PANOLA no Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIETCUFIEID PUAR- MACAr Co IncForsale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 111ti1 X11 ti ti1ti 1 Newsy Paragraphs Corea is an almost grassy land A woman five feet two inches high should weigh 120 pounds American sell acttng couplers are to be used on Bavarian railways Half of those who attend church services in Boston are Catholics Japan has 5015 miles of railroad America has furnished them 300 lo comotivesThe p ague which always exists In India has become epidemic and is now destroying 40000 persons n wetkA of water a day is drunk by ivery Japanese who participates as nearly all do in the gymnastics known as Jlu Jitsu Wireless telegraph is in successful use between Port Limon Ccsta Rice and Bocas idel Toro Panama AI station will now be established at ColonMore rice is now grown on the strip of coast from New Orleans to Galveston than in the Carolinas Florada Alabama and Mississippi combinedIt possible to telegraph and telephone over the same line make the comblning of telephone and tele graph companies probable The leading iron ore States are Minnesota with an output of 15000 000 tone Michigan with 11000000 and Alabama with 3 500000 tons The per capita consumption of rice in the United States was three pounds in 1900 is five pounds now and the Agricultural Department says that it will go to forty- Measured by fighting strength in stead of by tonage our navy is more formidable than that of Germany or France nnd therefore ranks next to England The Southern Oil Company in 1903 supplied 84 per cent of the domestic demand for kerosene and 70 per cent of the export demand The difference between torpedo boats and torpedo boat destroyers is one ot size only If over 300 tons a vessel is noted a destroyer Torpedo boats are usually leEs than 200 tonsThrown From a Wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from a wagon and severely bruised He applied Chamberlains Pain Balm ireolly and says it is the best liniment he ever used Mr Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain Conu There is noth ing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect a cure in ono third the time required by any other treatment For stile by all druggists Practical Arithmetic Topeka lloruld A teacher in an uptown school received the following from a complaining parent a few days ago Sir Will you please for the fu ture give my boy some easier sums to do at nights This is what he brought home to or three nights ago If four galllns of here will fill thirty to pint bottles how many pint and a half bottles will nine gallins fi11 Well we tried and could make noth ing of it at all and my boy cried and Bald he wouldnt go back without doing it So I had to go and buy a nine gallin keg of bere which I could ill pflbrd to do and then we went and borrowed a lot of wine and bras dy bottles besides a few we had by us Well we emptied the keg Into the bottles and there were nineteen and my boy put that down for an answer- I dont know whether It is rite or not as we spilt some in doing it- lIP SPlease let the next one be in water as I am not able to buy any more ber- eKotlol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Mother Elephant and Her Baby- A remarkably Intelligent elephant working a few years ago on a new bridge in Ceylon had a young one to whom she was devoted It died and she became inconsolable Formerly the gentlest of creatures she grew irritable and even dangerous One morning she broke the chain which confined her and escaped intb the forest One night about ten days after her escape the officer who had been in charge of her went out to lie in wait for bears at a pond in a jungle at some distance As he and his native attendant were returning early in the morniug the native silently nudged him and they saw In the dim gray light an el ephant with her calf making their way toward the camp They both sprang behind trees and when the el ephant had passed the native insisted that the older one wasthelrold friend the incodsolable mother When they reached the camp they found that the truant had returned and had gone from one person to an other touching each with her trunk as exhibiting her adopted child which she had evidently begged bor rowed or stolen in her absence Her good temper and usual docility returned at once and her owner bless ed the good fortune which had en abled her to procure a baby elephant There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local trentnnnt pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ninnufacturedby F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the mar ket It acts directl you the bloodand mucus surface of the system They otter one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circu lars anti testimonials Addres F J CLeeiiey Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists The Take Halls Family Pills for con tipatiou II RisersLtti1DTho famous littlo pill Counting Millions Takes Lots of Time Sew York Tribune Severalnewspaper men in the Na tlonnl Capital were discussing Treas ury affairs and one of them said There is no place in this country where new money is always to be found in circulation except Washington Everywhere else there is old ragged dirty not to say filthy paper money some ot it germ laden and disease breeding Here in Washington the paper money is always fresh new and crisp Why is it One of the older writers said Con gress makes appropriations amount Ing to approximately eight hundred million dollars annually for the Gov ernment expenses That enormous amount of money which is backed by gold and silver in the vaults is print ed every year in Washington and is issued through the Treasury Department You must understand that while banks all over the country is sue old notes the Treasury never issues anything but new money That is why all of the money in Washing ton is new There are thirty thous and Government employes here and they are paid in bright new notes twice tvery month They distribute their money for the necessities of life and hence you find It is here in cir culationThe question arose How long does it take for the women experts in the Treasury to count a million new onedollar notes and how long does it take to count a million old onedol lar notes This question was taken to the Treasurer who authorized one Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a it by sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy 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paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton- N Y on every bottle lAyersPillsWant beautiful brown or rich black Use of his subordinates to prepare the fat lowing memorandum- As to the time it will require to count one million dollars you are in formed that in handling new notes an expert in this office could count in a day of eight hours about fifty thous and dollars Of course this refers to notes of the denomination of one dol lar In counting gold certificates of the denomination of ten thousand dollars each it would require but a short time to count one million dollars At this rate twenty days would be occupied in counting one million dol lars represented by notes of the de nomination of one dollar However it is hardly possible that anyone could keep up to these figures for such a pe riod and it would be safe to add five days and say that one million paper dollars could be counted in twenty five daysOf silver dollars forty thousand may be counted in a day ofeight hours which rateif adhered to would finish the one million dollars in twentyfive days but it would be well to add five days here for the same reason and make it in thirty days for counting a million silver dollars In counting old notes the conditions are much changed There are five different kinds of paper currency gold certificates silver certificates United States notes greenbacks Treasury notes of 1890 and National Bank notes Remittances of mutila ted currency may contain all these different kinds of currency They may not be assorted properly by de nominations and may be badly mu tilated Where cases of this kind oc cur the count is tedious and slow but assuming that the currency sent is in accordance with regulations an expert could on an averagecount fifteen thousand dollarnotes a day This would require about seventy days to count a million onedollar bills in old notes of various kinds of paper currency Odd Bits of Information Water 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Steven D M Hocker JlJ U Car son Jon C IIlIe- yToltnlrustetIIlIowun Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W3 Tlnsley A TaylorSecret Sacietiea A 0 U W meets lirst and third Friday ulghts In each mouth Hartford Lodge No jiG Ft A Masons flrct Monday night lu each month Hough Itlver Lodge ollO Knights of Iythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 Q A R hold reg ular meetings Saturday before Out Sunday In earn month Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have If you find It hard to breatho utter walking up stairs exercising etc- H you Imo pain In your left side la chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities palo face bluo lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort In looping on one side Tho only sulimlllc treatment for this whole train of troubles is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Mlles New Heart Curo Is the prescription of a famous specialist whoso great success In treating obsti nato nervous heart dtscaso has made his namo preeminent In tho medical of scientific world Tho medicine will euro yow W t- It Wo want you to prove It It llrst bottlo does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attimesbad I could not sleep half the night and had to sit up on the silo of tho bed lots of times to get breath Three of my brothers havo died of heart trou ble and I thought I was going the same way but about two and a halt years ago I tot a pamphlet about Dr Miles New Heart nnd thought I would try n few bottles After using them I recovered nnd have had better health since then than before for several years I can heartily recommend them for heart troubltHI JKKIIY HUnT Pastor Baptist Church Hurt ICans FREEWrito to us for Frco Trial of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our wilt diagnose your case tell itLABOR 1 I t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 17 Bits About Herbert Spencer- In his autobiography Herbert Spen cer says by way of completing his es tlmate of his fathers character There remains only to name the one great drawbackhe was not king to my mother Exacting land Inconsiderate he did not habitual display that marital relation His unl form habit of deciding on a cours of conduct and persisting In It regardless of circumstances was here Injuriously displayed He held for In stance that every one should speal clearly and that those who did not ought to suffer the resulting evil Hence If he dH not understand som questions my mother put he would remain silent not asking what the question was and letting It go unan swered He continued this habit a11 through life notwithstanding Its futilityOf mother Herbert Spence says Speaking broadly the world maybe divided Into those who deserve little and get much and those wh deserve much and get little My mother belonged to the latter class and It Is a source of unceasing regret with me that I did not do more to prevent her Inclusion In this class Spencer says of himself Perhaps the most marked moral trait and that which ran through a variety of mini festatlons In boyhood and afterward was the dlstegard of authority O course one consequence was chosen chronic disobedience Memoral of Elisha M Miles Elisha Milton Miles was born on what Is now known as the Frank Mitchell farm near Fordsvllle Ky December 11th 1839 and was the eldest son of John S and Amanda Miles formerly of Shelby county Ky I have not been able to learn anything In regard to the early history of John Miles except that he came to Ohio county from Shelby county and It was In the latter county that he mar ried Miss Ford The exact date that he came to Ohio county Is unknown but it is supposed to be in the year 1834 He was for many years a member of old Mt Pleasant Baptist church and for some years he was the moderator of that church He died October 21 1883 and his wife died some years before Elisha Miles lived on a farm near Fordsvllle with his father till the year 1857 when he went to Clo verport Ky to learn the trade of a tailor with William Witt who married a sister to Elishas mother Young Miles remained with his uncle till the year 1860 when the troubled forbodence of the Civil War so para lyzed all business pursuits that he returned to the farm near Fordsvllle where he remained till October 15 1861 when he enlisted In Co K 17th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry and after a service of 39 months he was honorably discharged a private of Co B of the 17th Ky st Louisville Ky January 23rd 1865 by reason of expiration of term of service During the Georgia Campaign in the battles near Casaville Ga May 1922 1864 he received a gunshot wound in the left hand which made a cripple of him for life and on his return from the army as this wound deprived him from working at his trade he engaged in agricultural pur suits on his fathers farm April 8 1869 he married Miss Josephine E Smith daughter of the late Henry Smith a prominent early settler of the Fordsvllle community MrsI Miles Is a twin sister of N B Smith now May 1904 living near Fords vllle and he was named in honor of Napoleon Bonaparte the great Re publican Emperor of France and his twin sister after thE Empress Jose phine first wife of Napoleon- In December 1882 a Grand Army Post was recruited at Fordsvllle and when it was duly mustered January 6th 1883 Elisha M Miles was one of its charter members and during his long membership In the order he was in good standing and served much of that time as an officer of the post or a committeeman on some business pertaining to the Grand Army Com rade Miles died of consumption on the 17th of March 1898 alter a linger ing illness of many months His funeral sermon was preached by Rev B T Jenkins a Sergeant of the 17th Ky and a former pastor of the Bap tist church at Fordsvllle where Brother Miles and many of his rela tires were members for years He was buried by his Grand Army comrades with his deceased relatives in the Josiah Haynes graveyard on his farm and the United States Government furnished a military headstone to mrak his grate Comrade Mile Is survived by his wife and six child renthree sons and three daughters Two of his sons are grown and two of his daughters are also grown and married At the time these note were taken April 13 1904 his young est son Is 12 years old and his youngest daughter Is 8 years old Comrade Miles early home Is about two and onehalf miles from Fords ville on the Pattlevllle or Shrew Postoffice road and is near the beautiful country graveyard where the re mains of him and so many of his rel atives and friends lie buried Fond and loving hands have planted chose flowers upon his grave which wil soon be in full bloom and bring to the visitors memory the following lines Swept flowers exult their fragrant breath Where now he peaceful Bleeps In death And trees their shedding branches Rate Above hU solemn country grave To those that were familiar with Elisha M Miles reconciliation to the dispensation of our souls after death and his views on the justice of tbe god to us all summons to quit the walks of this life the following lines had no doubt been long considered by him which was evldentiby the way he appeared to take his las farewell look of each one of his rela tlves and friends during his las daysThe of mr master compelled me from home I hale my companion farewell I left 1117 sweet children who fur me now mourn In n lIAr distant region to dwell Reverend Jenkins while preaching the funeral sermon at the grave of comrade Miles spoke of the long church membership of his comradeiic arms He also said that brother Elisha being human had his faults and that no one appeared to regret his faults greater than brother Miles did himself nor try harder to make amends for them which we all knew was so In our free and happy country where we have full access to the beautiful teachings of the sacred scriptures It has long ago became an admitted fact by our best and wisest men that when our bodies are laid to rest In the ground that our misgivings are burled with them and our souls made radiant with the blood of the blessed Redeemer as returned In a pure state to the God who gave it May the rave of Elisha M Miles even be kept green EDWIN FORBES Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 2129 directed to me which issued from the clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of L Moses Co against J B McDaniel I or one of zny deputies will on Monday the 4th lay of July 1904 about one oclock p m at the court House door In Hartford Ohio County Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the ollowing property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy ilalntQa debt Interest and cost to wll One lot of ground In Horse Branch OhlocountyKy and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone order JasA Bradleys lot In Railroad Companys line thence East with the Railroad Companys line 200 feet to a stone thence south ISO feet to- a stone thence west 200 feet more or less to Jas A Bradleys cornerthence a north course 150 feet to the begin ting running with Jas A Bradleys line and being the same land purchased from G C Miller on January 20 1898 and deed recorded in deed took 25 page 542 Levied upon as he property of J B McDaniel Sale will be made upon a credit of 3 months bond with approved see urlty bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this June 15 1904 C P KnowN S O C 48t3 By S O KEOWN D S II Exposure to a sudden climatic hange produces cold in the head and atarrh is apt to follow Provided with Ely Cream Balm you are armed gainst Nasal Catarrh Price 50 cents at all Druggists or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York will nail It The Balm cures without pain does not irritate or cause sneez- Ing It spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface relieving imnie lately the painful lnfiamationcleans es and cures Cream Balm quickly ures the cold n Tell Him Of course editors are the wisest men on earth but they dont know everyditorIng events What he knows from ersonal observation in the way of news amounts to very little The bulk of what appears in the paper must from necessity be gotten from thers If patrons want things put In the paper they must give the editor the Information Dont assume that the editor knows He mayor he may not Give him the facts and give them to him quick He will attend to the balance ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOItlOIUTKD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense if with all Independent you say so We connect Companies For particulars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky One Fare Plus 25 cen- tsChicago To Ill And Return Vln the Big Four Route On Account of RepublicanNATIONAL Tickets sold June 16 17am20 1934 Good returning until June 29 1904 For full information and particular as to rates tickets etc call ot agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAIlllKX 1 lASrll S I liATKSiittil Apt JIJt TA Cluclniwtl IouliTille Ky Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2 500 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres jjz miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 24 miles from Hartford 3 oo 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 SeA Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY Can You Figure 200Given AwayTO CUSTOMERS 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 second 2500 Third 1000- Tourth 500 Next 55 Guesses Inch 200 11000 Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc BIG FOUR ITU UHST LINE TO I I Indianapolis I Peoria Chicago i And all points in Indiana I I and Michigan ClevelandIBuffalo I New York t Boston And All Points East I Information cheerfully furn I ished on application at City I INoI I IGenlI I Louisville Ky I Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RAILWAY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules I Leave Louisville 830 a m daily Arrive St Louis 536 p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ers All trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the WorMs Fair Grounds Low Excursion RatesWill be announced soon P E CARR Passenger arid Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A T CRONE Depot Ticket Agent KyC District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to alltornia leaving 830 a m daily via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally luring March and April 1904 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND THE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE WRailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining und Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fair furnished free on application Send 10c Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rated time of trattio Slevpln Cnr Iteser vntlonf Etc cull on any Ticket Agent or nil dnB O P MCCARTY GenM Paw Agent Cincinnati Ohio or R H JJKOWN II VA- LoHlivllleKy MoneySavingOpportunities Carson Co offer many moneysaving op portunities for the coming week If it is Carpets Mattings Curtains Rugs or Shades that you want we have the correct thing at the correct price Come early as we are getting busier each day If It Is Dress Goods Either in Woolens Lawns Voiles Ktemines neighs India Linens or White Goods of any description wo have the correct thing at the correct price We al ways carry the latest in these goods with trimmings to match and economical dressers find our store an easy place to trade If It Is Footwear Either in Shoes Oxfords Southern Ties Strap San dals or anything you might want for the feet we have the correct thing at the correct price Iii hhens Ox fords 50c to 175 Ladies Oxfords Tans and Blacks S 100 to 500 liens Oxfords in Tans and Blacks in such brands as the W L Douglas anti the Walkover sixes 5 to 11 price tOO to 500 If It Is Clothing We hae the correct thing at the correct prices Chil drens suits 100 to 500 Youths wits S250 to S 1000 Mens Worsted Suits t SjO to 15M011eIS I lliviot and Tibets at 1000 to 1500 Mens Serge Coats lad Vests M5 to S750 Mens Serge Suits SjOO to 1500 Boys Serve Coats and Vests tOo to 500 glens Worsted Pants 100 to 500 liens Worsted Pants 55c to 200 If It Is Furniture Or Groceries we can fit you up completely We never allow ourselves to be undersold quality and style considered We buy all kinds of country produce lend pay the highest possible prier out fail to visit us for anything kept in an uptodate store We will be disappointed if you dont make us a visit right away Carson r CoiiMoitroiiATti Hartford Kentucky H P Flour and ffleal HI II1For the next 30 days we will sell Flour and Meal at t- I wholesale prices to the retail trade We can and will t- t sell you Flour from 50 cents to 100 cheaper on the t i barrel than you can buy it anywhere else in Ohio itI for from 5c to 15c less on the busliel than you can buy M r tIt anywhere else in Ohio county We have the best i+ in Ohio county and have employed an expert i miller Mr P1 Jroflit of Virginia to take charge + i our grinding department and ho is a gentleman of thet finest typo and knows how to and will treat you right ji we want all the custom trade we can get and will give r as much Flour for a bushel of wheat as any other mill tl Farmers Dont Forget This And we give good i- + Four too for we do not intend to grind anything but + goodsound wheat Please dont bring us any other+ thetoF market for good wheat and pay the highest market yourjiget that you can sell it to us for Spot Cash and their + highest market price We pay Uashand sell for cash i or its equivalent 17 rr i ii Subscribe for The Republican A 1 1t 4 w