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I c he tartfrb flqublkan IIFine Job Work a Specialty IIVOL XVI HARTFORD KY 24 1904 No 49 THE LITTLE OAGO A Sawmill and Pleasure Boat Combined Tnings We DontKnow About Our Own Industries The Courier Journal ot last Mon day says Capt J S Abraham and J J Dunn United States Inspectors of Steamboats and Boilers left yesterday for Hartford Ky to Inspect one of the most peculiar boats navigating Kentucky waters the Little Dago it is a combination passenger saw- Mill and towboat and Is operated oi a Rough river very rarely leaving that stream The craft is owned amt open aced by Capt C R Robinson and would attract an unlimited amount of attention any place but upon the river it navigates The Little Dago Is scarcely eight feet long and has twentyfour feet of beam but in these small dimensions more work is done than on many of the larger boats which run on the Ohio and tributary rivers The boat a runs between Hartford and Palls ol Rough and at sparse intervals makes excursions into Green river It was formerly built for a freight steamer but the fact that Rough river is un navigable for many months out oftht year on account of low water and iceI made it unprofitable and a was soon installed on board No sooner had this been put In operation than an apparatus was purchased for the catching of floating logs and pulling them on board the boat and a similar piece of machinery purchased which is used to raise sunken tim bersThe little bort takes on a load of p freight and passengers and leaves port Her engines arc powerful and they drive her thorough the water at a rapid rate of speed and In this way there is nothing different from an ordinary steamer A passenger who should happen to investigate the lower deck of the little crafthowever would find things vastly dlfferentand if left alone for a few moments would soon be lost in the mazes of belts and shafts On the freight deck instead of the usual piles of barrels boxes and bales is a mlnature sawmill This occupies the greater par of the deck but in the interstices there is ample room to store the freight the boat carries This generally consists of produce and groceries which are delivered at every farm the owners always being at the river bank to receive their purchases which have been ordered during a former trip of the boat During the progress of the boat the scene on the lower deck Is one of thorough business and in spite of the cramped quarters the sawmill succeeds in turning out several thousand feet of lumber in a day The progress is rapid and of little expense As the boat traverses the shallow waters of c Rough river the numerous floating logs which have broken from rafts which nearly cover the surface of the stream at certain seasonsare captured by the apparatus on the bow and thrown on the forward deck There they are soon jerked under the saw and are turned out on the larboard side in all sorts and size of rough sawed lumber A small barge is al ways carried and if the boat is going up staeam this is turned loose when filled and twc men put aboard to pilot it to the mouth of Rough river where Green river towboats take it to Evansville Passengers are little bothered by the work which goes on uninterrupt ed on the lower deck as the boat makes rapid progress and carries them to their distlnatlon in good time During the summer season many excursion parties charter the boat as the cabin deck is admirably arranged for dancing During these trips the work does not pause and the song of the saw as It rips through great trees which have once adorned the hills of Ohio county joins with 4the music of the orchestra and the belts sad gearing and exhausts of the engines keep time to the feet of the dancers The Little Dago Is u small pleasure emit owned by a company of Hartloid People and dots not carry passengers does not make trips to the Palls of Rough has no sawmll ou board and does not raise logs Wi do not know how the abive article came to be published but it is abau BS true as the rest of the Courier Journal OASTOBJABan thetheKind You Hare Alwars BIJj- 1pa1I1O fI et BRADBURN WINS The Circuit JudgeShip in The Eighth Judicial District Bowling GreenKyJune 23Spec- la Judge J J Osborne of Clnthlana last Saturday decided the contest be tween Judge BWBradburn and Judge John M Galloway for the office of circuit judge in favor of Bradburn the Democratic contestant An appeal was granted Judge Osborne in going over the case said it had been elaborately pre pared but that as he was forced to return home immediately he couh not render an exhaustive opinion Hi handed down a briefly written judg ment The district the eighth Is composed of the counties of Allen Butler Edmondson sad Warren The court held there was no interference in the Rally precinct In Allen county- In the Huntsville Butler county precinct he held that the election was Iso conducted as to destroy the secrecy the ballot and threw out that pre cinctJudge Osborne said the whole day at Bee Springs Edmonson county was a day of riot and drunkenness and that the crowd was headed by the sherifi and his deputies that per sons were driven from the polls and intimidated It was held no election was conducted in this precinct By Judge Osbornes decision Judge Gal loways vote was reduced four at Dur bin Edmonsoncounty In three of the Warren county pre cincts the election officers certificate gave Bradburn 343 and Galloway 496 but the recount by the court changes the figures to 526 for Bradburn and 306 for Galloway According to the judgement entered Bradburn received a total of 7140 votes and Galloway a total of 6798 Bradburn was adjudged to have been entitled to the office and the molu ments since January i 1904 He was given a judgment for his cost and ex penses A Handsome Catalog and Illus trated Journal Free The Bowling Green Business College and Southern Normal School will mall free to those requesting it a landsome Catalog and Illustrated Catalog Journal Write postal card or letter stating course desired Address H H Cherry President Bowl- Ing Green Ky Mystery Solved- In building Alva Taylors new undertakers shop It was necessary to tear down part of Rlleys meat shop end underneath the roof was found a- box nailed up tight When the box was opened it was found to contain a basket and Inthe basket was a suit of mens underclothing aaturat ed with blood How the box got here was a mystery and no one seemed to know anything about it and it seemed as if though there had been out play until Monday evening Crave Peyton solved the mystery they were the clothes of his half brother Al Chinn who was killed at he mines about two years ago and he tad the clothes here at the trial and wishing to save them had put them ip there thinking they would never be bothered Thus the mysterious vas made clear Operators Wanted White now for our Telegraphy Catalogue Graduates secure positions Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE RKPlBLICAN JUNE PHil WHITE Shoots and Kills JimEdwards in Hickman County Stories Differ From SelfDefensi to Murder in Cold Blood Philip White formerly of Hancock county is in jail at Clinton Ky charged with murder Last Satur day afternoon he killed a man named Jim Edwards at Oakton Hickmai county The particulars of the kill ing are given in the following fron the Mayfield Messenger White was practically a stranger having moved Into the vicinity a few months ago from Hancock county He and Edwards were neighbors ant it seems that their children had beet having trouble with one another Saturday afternoon about 6 oclocl Edwards went to his well near the home of White to draw a bucket of water and incidentally called White to the door to converse with him White came out and as he did so began shooting at Edwards The first ball entered the heart of the victim and befell lifeles to the ground White did not cease pulling the trigger but walked up to the body and fired three more shots While MM Edwardp was tenderly pleading with the mur derer to not kill her husband it is said that White told her that if she opened her mouth she would receive the same treatment White was immediately arrested and placed in the county jail at Clin ton where he now remains The killing created muchexcite ment in the vicinity where it took place and it is reported that much in dignation is felt against the man who did the killing White was born and reared about three miles from Lewisport and near the Davless county line His father is Matt White a highly respected citizen of Hancock county Phil White was always a lawabiding young man but possessed considera ble temper which caused him in the recollection of those who knew him to have several fights before he moved to Hickman county about two years agoAnother account of the killing is taken from the Fulton Leader which throws a different light on it From reports here White had been trespassing upon Edwards property It being a nearer way to town and he had ordered him not to do so Edwards upon returning home Saturday morning was told by nls wife that White had been on her lot that day Edwards exclaimed that he would kill White and upon overtaking him charged upon him with a knife White drew his revolver and shot his antagonist five times Instant death resulting White was arrested and is being guarded until his trial comes up- S Resolutions of Respect Whereas It has pleased our Heaven ly Father to remove by death W T King father of Mrs Dr E B Pendle ton be it- Resolved That Hattford Tent No 99 K O T M extend to Sir Knight E B Pendleton and his wife our sin cere sympathy and condolence in this hour of sadnessdlstress and afillction andWhereas Death has again entered and claimed the wife of our brother C B Sullenger be it Resolved That our love and sympathy be tendered him and his children and that a copy of these resolutions pe spread upon our rec ords a copy given to the Hartford papers for publication and that acopy be presented to Sir Knights E B Pendleton and C B Sullenger- J M MATTINGIY C P NowtiN Com D E THOMAS j For Sale tae eighthorse Traction Engine Good as new Call on or address C W MORGAN Maxwell Ky REPUBLICAN STAND For Forty Years the Party Has Made the Tariff One of its Main Principals Republican platforms for the past fortyfour years have been framed by many of the most prominent men ol the party but the debates Indicate that the custom of having the chairman draft the platform was less prey alent then than it is now Stace 1860 the tariff planks and the declarations on reciprocity have been an follows CHICAGO CONVENTION Ol i860 That while providing revenue for the support of the general Government by duties upon imports sound policy requires such an adjustment ofthose imports as to encourage the developement of the industrial Interests on the whole country and we recommend the policy of National exchanges which secures to the workingman liberal wages to agri culture remunerating prices to me chanics and manufactures an ade quate reward for their skill labor and deterorlse and to the nation commercial prosperity and independence CHICAGO CONVENTION OV 1 868 It is due to the labor of the nation that tax should be equalized and rev duced as rapidly as national faith will permit PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION OF 1872 The annuat revenue after paying current expenditures pensions and Interest on the public debt should furnish a moderate balance for the reduction of the principal and that the revenue except so much as may be derived from a tax on tobacco and liquors should be raised by duties up on importations the details of which should be so adjusted as to aid in see curing remunerative wages to labor and promote the Industries prosperi ty and growth of the country CINCINNATI CONVENTION OP 1876 The revenue necessary for current expenditures and obligations of the public debt must be largely derived from duties upon importations which so far as posslbleshould be so adjust ed as to promote the interests of the American labor and advance the pros perity of the whole country CHICAGO CONVENTION OF l88o We affilrm the belief avowed in 1876 that the duties levied for the purpose of revenue should so discriminate as to favor American labor CHICAGO CONVENTION OF 1884 The largest diversity of Industry is most productive of general prosperity and the comfort and Independence of the people We therefore demand that the imposition of duties on foreign imports shall be made not for revenue on ly It but that in raising the requisite revenues for the Goverment such duo tie shall be levied as to aflord security to our diversified industries and protection to the rights and wages of the laborer to the end that active and Intelligent labor as well as capital may have its just reward and the la boring man his full share in the notional prosperity CHICAGO CONVENTION OF ISSS We are uncompromisingly in favor of the American system of protection We protest against Its destructions as proposed by the President of his par ty They serve the interest of Eu rope we will support the interests of America We accept the issue and con fidelity appeal to the people for their judgment The protective system must be maintained Its abandonment has always been foil wed by general disaster to all interests except those of the usurer and the Sher iff We denounce the Mills bill as destructive to the general business the labor and farming interests of the country and we heartily indorse the consistent and patriotic action of the Republican representatives in Con gress in opposing its passages MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION OF 1892 We reaffirm the American doctrine of protection We call attention to Its growth abroad We maintain that the prosperous condition of our country is largely due to the wise Subscription 1 a Year FRIDAY revenue legislation of the Republican I CongressWe that all articles which cannot be produced in the United States except luxuries should be ad matted free of duty and that on all imports coming into competition with the products of American labor there should be levied duties equal to the difference between wages abroad and at home We assert that the price of manufactured articles of general consumption have been re duced under the operations of the tar iff act of 1890 We point to ths success of the Re publican policy of reciprocity under which our export trade has vastly in creased and new and enlarged mark eta have been opened for the pro ducrs of our farms and work shops- ST LOUIS CONVENTION OF 1896 We renew and emphasize our alle giance to the policy of protection as the bulwark of America industrial in dependence and the foundation of American development and prosperity This true American policy taxes for eign products and encourages home Industries It puts the burden of revenue on foreign goods it secures the American market for the Ameri can producer It upholds the Aineri canlstandard of wages for the Ameri can workingman it puts the factory by the side of the farm and makes the Amelcan farmer less dependent upon foreign demand and prices diffuses general thrlfe and founds the strength of all on the strength ol each In its reasonable application it is just fair and impartial equally opposed to for eign control and domestic monopoly sectional discriminations and Indlvld ual favoritism Protection and reciprocity are twin measures of American policy and hand in hand Democratic rule goI struck down both and both must reestablished PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION OF 1900 We renew our faith in the policy of protection to American labor In that policy oiir Industries have been established diversified and maintained By protecting the home market competition has been stimulated and production cheapened Opportunity to the inventive genius of our people has been secured and wages in every department of labor maintained at a high rate higher now than ever be fore and always distinguishing our working people in their better condi tions of life horn those of aiy compe ting country Enjoying the blessing of the American common School see cure in the right of selfgovernment and protected in the occupancy of their own market their constantly in creasing knowledge and skill have enabled them to finally enter the mar ket of the world We favor the asso ciated policy of reciprocity so directed as to open out markets on favorable terms for what we do not ourselves produce in return for free foreign DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION PERUNA MADE KNIFE- UNNECESSARY 1 MRS EVA BARTHO i 77 =Mrs Eva Bartlio 1C3 East 12th etrocV New York City N Y writes- I suffered for three years with leaco rhea and ulceration of tho womb The doctor advocated an operation which I dreaded very much and strongly object ed to go under it Now I am a changed woman Peruna cured me it took nine bottles but I felt so much improved L kept taking it as I dreaded an operation so much I am today in perfect health and have not felt so well for fifteen yenrsrs Eva Bartho It is no longer a question as whether Peruna can be relied on to euro all such cases During the many years in which Peruna has been put to test in all forms and stages of acute and chronlo catarrh no one year has put this remedy to great or test than tho past year If all tho women who are suffering with any form of fomaloweakncswouTd write to Dr Hartman Columbus Ohio and give him a complete description of their symptoms and the peculiarities their troubles ho will immediately reply with complete directions for treatment freo of charge Address Dr Hartman President ot The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus ohIo markets CHICAGO CONVENTION OK 1904 Protection which guards and devel ops our industries is a cardinal policy of the Republican party The meas ure of protection should always at leat equal the difference In the cost of production at home and abroad We insist upon the maintenance of I the principles of protection and therefore rates oi duty should be readjusted only when conditions have so changed that public interest de mands alteration but this work can not safely be committed to any other hands than the Republican party To intrust it to the Democratic party is to invite disaster Whether as in 1892 the Democrat ic party declared the protective tariff whether it demands unconstitutional or I tariff reform or tariff revisionI its real object is always the destruction of the protective system How ever specious the name the purpose is ever the same A Democratic tar iff has always been followed by business I adversity a Republican tariff by I business prosperity A C TAYLOR Undertaker and Embalmer Carries a full Line of everything found in a first class Undertaking Establishment in his house recently opened at Beaver Dam Ky Washing Laying out and dressing dead bodies done free of charge Calls answered at any hour of the day or night A fine funeral car stans ready at all times Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed A C TAYLORFuneral Beaver Dam Ky u F r MONEYRETURNEDI Claude Beeler Recovers Twen tyFive Dollars After the Finder Had it a Year Story of a Young Mans Struggle to be Honest ItocVport Ind Juurnul Claude Beeler living near Silver dale recovered last week a pocketbook containing nearly twentyfive dollars that he had lost a year before and had long ago given up The prickings of conscience would not quiet and the finder returned It to make peace with himself Here is the story of the loss and recovery of the money Last June while Mr Beeler was hauling crushed rock for construction of the macadamized road leading to Silverdale his purse slipped from his pocket In some way and was lost on the road Diligent search was made but no trace of the missing money An advertisement was inserted In the Journal which brought no reply and Mr Beeler gave It up as lost thinking that perhaps the purse had been bur ied underneath a load of rock some where along the road This was the end of the search About seven oclock on Tuesday evening of last week Mr Beler who was sitting In a room at his home visible from the highway heard someone exclaim out side Yes thats the man sitting in there A knock brought him to the door and he ushered in two men both strangers and one very young The visitors introduced themselves and after a little conversation the young man said Mr Beeler you lost a pocket book didnt you Yes replied Mr Beeler I did about a year ago while I was hauling rock but I have never heard of it Well I found it said the young man frankly and with some show of eagerness lIand I have been wanting to give it back for months but have been away and have had no chance Heres a clean breast of the matter something that has worried me aw fullyMy home is not in this part of the county as I live near the border but last spring after I had completed the common schools I wanted to get money to go away to school and being poor came to Rockport to work The day you lost your pocket book I was near Powers corner and found it lying in the road Thrusting it into my pocket before anyone could see me I thought what a great help it would be to me in going to school Shortly after you came along in quiring if anyone had found the mon eYeMy heart leaped into my mouth and beat fiercely for some one would accuse me You passed me but the image of the light complexion man with a dark team of horses has haunt ed me continually and I would have known you any where from the mem ory of that meeting When we are rived here in front of your house I told this man that there you were- I hardly seemed to realize my crime but when fall came I went away to school A great revival was in progress in the town I became repentant and joined the church Then the weight of this sin grew Intolera ble I must pay it back so I worked mornings and evenings and saved the money determined that the first thing for me to do on getting back in this country would be to hunt you out and make amends Here is the twentyfive dollars though I feel I owe you more Mr Beeler was taken aback with surprise but urged that the young man accept five dollars as a reward This he at first refused to do but finally on being pressed to take it and use it in the good cause of his ed ucation took the reward Thus was stilled the wee sma voice and the young man went away lighthearted as if from under a heavy load Attempted Suicide The Morgantown Republican of June 16 says The youngest suicide on record was attempted here last Tuesday week when Harry Bratton a little colored boy eight years old the son of Oscar Bratton living below townmade two unsuccessful attempts to end his earthly career The first attempt was in an orchard when he climbed up in a tree and tried his sus penders round his neck and swung off but was taken down by his play mate The second attempt which came i k very near being successful was near Odoms blacksmith shop when he again fastened his suspenders about his neck and jumped off the fence This time he was taken down by blacksmith John Galloway who took him down and gave him a spanking and reported the matter to his mother who gave him a genteel flogglsg The motive of the yonng suicide has not been learned but it may be that he is crossed in love or it may be the bad fruit from the example chronicled in week before last issue However Harry is still in the flesh and was up on the streets just after the attempt to hang himself hunting for some one to play dinks with him but he dont like to talk about the matter 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 entirely bones are splicedjpipe 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 is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal tery quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which most injuries entail For sale by all druggists Queen Marys Harp is Sold There was dispersed by auction in Edinburg on Saturday a family col lection of Stuart and Jacobite relics of great historic interests and value The early death of J N Durrani Steuart the twentieth and last laird of Dalguiseln Perthshlrebrought this unique collection to the hammer In terest centered mainly on two ancient harps on known as Queen Marys harp and the other as the Lamont or as the Caledonian harp For the last twenty years they have reposed at the National Museum of Antiqui ties and are well known to Scottish antiquariesThe of Queen Marys harp is that during a hunting trip into the highlands of Perthshire in the year 1563 she offered her own barp as a prize in a bardic competition It was awarded to Miss Beatrlx Gurdyn of Banchory It closely resembles the famous harp of Brian Boru and a century ago it was stringed and found to possess a sweet and delicate tone Competition for It was very keen Theodore Napier the wellknown Jacobite enthusiast remained in the bidding until CSfo was reached and finally at C892 IOS it was secured by the authorities of the Edinburg Antiqurlan Museum The Lamont harp which dates from the Eleventh or Twelfth centurywas sold at CS2S- A lock of hair from Prince Charles head and another from that of his wife Princess Louise of Stohlberg went for 33 123 A sword which he had worn was sold for 78 Highland dirks went at from n to 115 each an Andrea Ferrara sword at 25 and two genuine old Highland targets at 58 i6s and C6o iSs 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 udults has brought it into almost un iversal use so that it is practically without a rival and as every one who has used it knows is without an equal For sale hall druggists The Other Day Mr M II Vreeland president of thei Metropolitan Street Railroad Company was coming over to New York on the Long Island ferry re cently and encountered the crowds of people returning to the city from the race track The boat was so filled that Mr Vreeland was compelled to stand outside and he heard the following conversation between two colored gentlemen who had evident ly not seen each other for some time Say Mr Jackson yo sutlnly surprise yo friens by yo prosperity Yo wear such fine clothes an somebody tole yo alyays got money Oh I plays de races Johnson Well I always hear dat people dat plays de races win one day an loose de nex Yes dats right but I only go down every other day THE PHILIPPINES Our Recent Possessions As View ed by Foreign Observers Is there any American nowadays any average American I mean who thinks writes or speaks about the Philippines Are Americans as a whole following with anything but the most spasmodic and superficial interest the progress of their apprenticeship in the government of subject aliens Have they any clear Idea of what work it is that is being done in their name out in that FarEastern archipelago of the principles and pol icy that direct it of the results it has produced of the problems that are still to be faced I suspectat a dis tance of three thousand miles one cannot know what that the Philip pines no longer hold American atten tion that other questions and other interests have crowded them out and that if you were to ask the man in the cars for a simple survey of condi dltlons in the archipelago you would find him a whole encyclopaedia of cloudy misinformation I suspect this to be the case because English analogy points towards it because the or dinary Englishman though an imperialist to the backbone known next to nothing to the empire and because the masses in any country that owners and rules depen dencles content themselves with a vague pride of ownership and go not aspire to any detailed acquaintance with ac tualitiesTo observers the great dan ger ahead of Americans in the Philip pnes has from the first appeared to be their love of phrases their pro found belief in democracy as a cure for all ills their convictions that sale vation is to be found only in the American influence brought to bear them and the control exercised by Ion civil governor and white offi dials More and more control being found necessary sham autonomy has led step by step to an extraordinary degree to centralization In which everything is referred to the Governor I The results Is a weak paternal regime end an infinite multiplication of bu reaus that consume a vast quantity of stationary with littlepractical Issue I It is pcsslble that the American ca pacity for pushing things through may enable them to surmount the redtape barriers and do some really practical work in the Philippines but the unique opportunity that had for teach the Latin Malays a lesson in doing ling to talking is irretrievably That is the fundamental error of the American policy in the Philp pines Shocked the Lexicographers- Ear Noah Webster the learned compiler of the wellknown dictionary was an unconventional man who loved his unconventional friends but his wife was a stickler for propriety Once the good lady left home on what was supposed to be a prolonged visit but some Interference caused he- rr FEMALEWEAKNESS StPolnul1 Oot 17 1DOJ- I superiortoand I know whereof I speak I Buf fered for nine month with Bupproetod proetrmy boot and elder mid I would have hUudiog iiciulciiMt llmlm would well up itnd I unuld fWl no weak I oould not viaad LJI I naturally tell bfty0n4theCardui came HJI CkKlseml to me I felt a change for the hotter within a I troutmentIBKODiiM I 1alhdlll urul scan hecnmo regular aoi without II Wine of I Cardui U nrapjy cldafullUJd I wUh that all offering women knsw of Ita I good qualities I Treasurer Portland Economic Ne IleriOOicnl htjuiachta ttl of 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moment in silence Then she said Well I am surprised No my dear said the lexicographer You are astonished Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Misadventure of Dennis lw York llr ilil J Capt Eugene II C Leutze U S N commander of the battleship Maine has German blood in his veins and vast knowledge of detail about naval ordinance in his head Before he was given the Maine and last went to sea he was superintendent of th gun factory at the Washington Navy Yard and gained the reputation ofI being a strict taskmaster Habitually an early to bed eraly I to rise man Capt Leutze found j himself unable to sleep one night He arose dressed left his quarters and walked down to one of the gun shops Although three shifts ere I Five cut Lion Coffee a a cent you addition the reg free 6to vote in r needed to dispose of the great press of work now on hands there was lit doingCapt Leutzes sharp eye detected n mnchanlc sitting on the carriage of a great lathe which was slowly run ning to and fro taking utmost Infini tesimal threads of steel front A twelve inch gun He WitS dozing oblivious to all surroundings when Capt Leutz reached his side and aroused him with Velll what are you doing and whats your The craftsman looked up quail ed Then with a resigned air he pliedWell I guess its Dennis lie was not discharged Suod by His Doctor II A doctor has sued me fur 81250 which 1 claimed was excessive for a case of cholera niorbus says R White of Coachela CaIUAt the trial he praised his medicalskill 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 thtui this in a case of cholera morbus it never fails Sold by all druggists Bean theThe Kind You Hate Always Bout Signature 1l of G A Department Store in the Wilds Nowadays there are fine stores In many parts of the Klondike where a men can hey anything he needs said Cy Wanuao the author of that popular song Sect Marie but when I went there soon after the gold discoveries the nvetnje store was like one I saw on the trail through the Bonanza Valy In front of a little tent a man had a few old books cheap nrd cheaper paperbound novels some j knives two of three spoons a small j piece of led pipe a tomato can and an old currycomb all piled in one heap upon the grass Upon a card i I tie 1 to a low stake that stooJ alnve I the wreck he had written with char Fersall the the for the St 1904 still in to name and coal The cash er 1 l- r 1- t la1f a el FAIR What will be July 4th ie Louis At 41893 the was nearest correct Spice Com panys Ohio on before Ivij 0ih we will give first for the nearest prize to the next First PrlePrize 10000010 20 1000006O 10000026O lea BOO Nothing has ever it can ever surpass Dr1Kings- New Discovery Ctrtrzalti andsc PrIce d 1100 A Perfect For All Throat Lung Troubles Money back If Trial Dottles free 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE DESIGNS Ac n nkelrh and may ascertain tntr opinion free 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4279I Distributed to the Publioiggngitlng S4500000ln attiHcnfto whlohwi shaH give 5000 I to Qrooirs Clerks see partfculan In LION COFFEE cuts making a grind total of 15000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEE A WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO t 4 y 1 Ifl prPROMINENT ACTRESS Because r the Indian Blood in Her Vains 11 Secures j Valuable uxHun drcd ere MinerJi Land Allotment I wpurtlhnht mullIMlw Ji e Mae Ii lli wile ol flat Ic Shawn of this city and i Why linn appeared before Rockpo audit ncs several times has secure some KWrntnent land recently be cause di th4 fact that she is of India dehcent Tht ttory IS tuld us follow in the St Louis GlobeDemocrat 01 Momlaj A romance that hus come down through Btvtml centuries bas recent ly develop ts the result ol lheI r Dawes co fission awarding nllol merts ol uxbic land to two St Louis you women both ol whoi have won ue and distinction on lhe ttigc In ro eat y uu H Misses Jess a e and fllaneh Hal I It ass Jecebsiiry in the cases si the I Minion Hall to trace their anceslr- unmUlakibly to an Indian larenll t The romance that has developed tc- jtn when their great rcltgand Luber CPIs to America as a French voyftgtm tuftkirtK the trip bkc i I ctdiniod Dc Solo ol old to locate louuUin ol eternal youth Thonu COIr y aas a intmber 01 a wtallhI Mttoctatic Htence latnlly II farad early in his life ant the trip to A tot lien waiaiivjsed by physicians and iii 1Iy agreed to by the nliumd pas I cnts He entile with K viewol return 1E to France titter a few months bUI a iautil l Cherokee maiden inter ri ed his plutiv he paid court to he t n rted and tvr afterwards lived III America with his Indian wife am- cVudreu Through Morida he had t dotted into Gtorgii and there mete Cherokee girl whose blood stil c nrse8 sufficiently In the veins 0- 1Itse two St ious young women t- tntltle them equal rights with tbe fllIhIOlYl tribesmen of to day was traced directly h the Dawes commission and upon their investigation of the allege rights ol the Misses Ilill was lstab i shed their title to the land The have 600 acres of as valuable land foS Is included in the domain of the five tubes anmv oi thctr holdings liuK JTlthln sight of Bartlesvllle the re j i1yfamed oil and gas field Much land Is mineral and ol untold 1value The young woman are hut one sixteenth Indian blood e An Alarm Clock for 25c If you want to get up earlyany feelwell all day take a Little Earl Riser or two at bed time Theo famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest aud refreshing slsep with a gentle movement of the bowel about breakfast time W H How ell Houston Tex says II Early Hid ers are the best pill made for coustipa tiou sick headache biliousness etc 1 Sold by Z Wayne Griffin eS Bro One on Dr Mitchell- Dr S Weir Mitchell the eminent nerve specialist of Philadelphia tells ol an incident of his early caret which taught him a lesson he has al ways remembered Kvey since then there has been one question which he never asked his patients Ar elderly man was ushered into the doc I m tors office one afternoon After tell lag him to be seated the doctor liSle ed him in his mildest manner Well sir what Is the matter with1 3 you The patient quickly replied If I knew doctor I would not come hers le to find out r a Hundred Years IFor hundred years or more has been recoganized at fasuperior remedy but it remained for F C DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the vir r tues of Witch Hazel with other an tiseptica in the form of a salve le Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world for sores cuts burns bruises and piles The high standing of this salve has given rise to counterfeits and the public is ad vised to look for the name DeWitt on the package and accept no other Sold by 55 Wayne Griffin lC Bro Under Difficulties Harper Wcfkly JEulogy minister Is telling about a brother clergy was required unexpectedly I I I t i I 1I ll orat and thought I w nld nmvor roan my haltrThroe of delicate health trying doctors prescriptions and patent medicines without benefit might well sap the courage of any provedthatanly disuse ill only a question of using the right remedy A few doses Favorite restored hopebecausechange from the first Three months use of the medicine restored her to perfect health Dr Pierces Prescription cures irregularity drieR weakening drains heals i and ul cerution and cures female weakness Mrs Suuli llryniil frtftUlutt of Memphis Social Science Club re lilltij at 971 Atkinson Ave Memphis Temi wnlcw I suffered with tldicHlc hrnlth for three years U1il1 doctor ptescripllolta utid intent medicine until I hart courage and thought I would never stn III hrnllh lint a few dose of yourInriirilelrcscrliiUiiir made me change my mind Cull ice n ioed chuiifje from the first MI I on inking it for three month faithfully and am now in perfect healthDr Pierces Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay expense of nailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y to officiate at the funeral of a afar concerning whom he knew nothing When he arrived at the town whirl the deceased had lived he had jus time to make a few inquires about bin traits and achievements the re stilts of which he noted on a memor 11 n hi in Ills eulogy at the serviceas reported was about as follows Our dear brother whom we mourn today was a man oi rate chnractei and ability lie had the mental ca parity of areferlng to Ills notes Daniel Wtbste the tack of a Hgaht consulting his memorandr Hetry Clay the pertinacy of a another reference Ulysses S Grant proIhe has gone to meet hlsanother reference to the notesGod- A Stong Heart Is assured by perfect digestion In digestion swells the stomach and putt it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the heart und general weakness Ko di 1 Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion relieves the stomach takes the strain oil the heart and restores it to a full performance of its functions naturally Kodol increases the strength byen abling the stomach and digestive or gape digest aseiniulate appropriate to r theblood and tissue all of the food nu triiuent Tones the stomach and digestive organs Sold by Z Wayne GrifHiu Bro Ca TOBXA- BI The Kiad Yoa Haw Always BflHjft SlJlIIotve LIJIZIt The Value of a Side Remark- A S L Shields Philadelphias wellknown criminal lawyer once turned a case in his favor by the hap py inspiration of a side remark Geo S Graham then District Attorney of the Quaker City was mak ing his plea to the jury Suddenly pointing to the prisoner he shouted He has been in politics too long to be honest He pansed for a moment to let the kill significance of the words sink home when in a quiet but penetra ting voice Mr Shields leaning to wards the speaker said Youve been in politics some little time yourself bavnt you GeorgeThe jury shook with laughter Mr Graham sat down discomhtted and a few minutes later the twelve good men and true brought in a verdict ol lot guilty Pointed Paragraphs Only a doctor or a dentist can repair some typewriters A wise girl is known by the corn any she doesnt keep If you would profit by your own advice be a lawyer or a doctor All women follow the fashions but ome are a long distance behind A mans wife believes every word he says when he talks in his sleep Sellmade men and eggs are too ull of themselves to hold anything 1stSubecrtbeto TUB REPUBLICAN d KILLING FOR FUN Emperor of Germany Kills Thous ands of Wild Beasts for Fun t MfdlriilTiilk The Kmberor of Germany has killed thousands and thousands of dumb creatures for the fun of killing Prob ably he never shot an animal becaus it was dangerous or because he need ed it for food Most of the wild beast that he hRs killed were caught and caged on purpose to lurnloh the Km peror amusement in killing them These creaturts sire kept In park and large enclosures at great expense Then on certain important occasion they are let out one by one whip the Kruperor stands nearby at a con vlnlnt distance to shoot them nnc see them fall deadwith n gun that he had no part in contriving with good ammunition which he took no part in earning with wild beasts as his victims that ntver did him any harm or is there liability that they will do any one else harm This Hmptror kills for the fun 01 killing shoots for the amusement of destroying life which be can neve give hack What grusome sport What heartless recreation Ills niflj sty the king of England is a close second to the Emperor 01 Germany He also kills lor sport Birds beasts innocent creatures throbbing with life with just as good a right to live as the king himself Beasts with pattrnal and maternal instincts Brutes capable of the kind licst feeling and the most devotee service He has killed them by the score for no offense and for no ration al purpose Just simply for tne fur of it ExPresident Cleveland is also R killer for the lun ot it His specialty Is wild ducks He does not neer them to eat for he is a rich man These wild ducks are doing him m harm Btnutiiul innocent creatures enjoying the life that God has giver them He kills them for the sport of killing them Not quite so bad I1S it somebody had caught them foi him He at least hunts them it their haunts and shoots them at R time when escape is not altogetner impossibleBut even this is not a manly sport It does not exhibit ever that quality ot courage that the ducks themselves are capu le of Some day the world will be ashnm ed that is rulers were men who thought it royal pastime to spill inno cent blood to end the earthly existence of creatures whose physical structure and mental habits so near ly resemble the human specie Think Over it Within eight months we ha ve re ceived enough immigrants from Eu rope to repeople Ireland- It is easy enough to know how to to talk But It is another matter ta know when atalk- Discontent is the want ot selfre 11 ance It is infirmity of will To bi appy Is not to possess much but to hope and love much Blessings come home to root just as surely as curses Many a womans love is lost by taking to much fur granted The possibilities in my life are much greater than we Imagine I He Never Saves the Band When King Edward smokes a ci gar the binds are religiously torn into four pieces every time The rea eon Is that once at Marie tgad it came to the ear of the loyal cigars which was stamped with the royal arms had been sold by an indiscreet waiter lor five guineas The man who bought it attached the band to a similarlymade cigar and went round showing the cigar to his friend saying it had ben given to him by the King England our Customer Gibson WilUti la Uullen Wwkly Tight little England no begger in area than the State of New York yet with a population ot 40000000 Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump back straight neither will It make I 1 a short leg long but it feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and Is among the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption sampleSCOTT 40941 1eatl Strett York Soc and Jiioo all draagls4ew r is by far the largest importing nation in Europe The most remarkable feature of Englands trade with the world is the immense preponderance of trade carried on with the United States During 1903 Great Britain bought from the United States more than 80000000 worth of our prod ucts and this Anglo Amerlan trade Is bar the largest trade between any two countries on earth The amount named exceeds by more than a half a billion dollars the value of Imports from the next largest seller namely France Thus at the outset It Is not hard to understand that with the output of our plantations farms ranches and dairies and with the products of our mills and factories we feed cloths and shelter and provide the comforts and necessities generally for the people oi Great Britain Couldnt Teach Him Economy- A man in Henderson county who thought his son extravagant had a rich neighbor who was very stingy One evening before supper he sent the boy over to the stingy old man with a note asking him to keep the son and teach him economy The note was read to the boy The boy and the miser had a meag er supper after which they sat talk Ing for a few minutes Then the old man covered the fire and blew out the light and continued the conver satlon in the dark Presently the old man heard the boy moving around and inquired what he was doing Taking oft my clothes said the boy What foi Are you going to bed asked the msn 0 no just keep from wearing them out In the morning the old man sent the boy back to his father with a note saying he could teach him nothing In the way ol economy OASTonXABears tie- Signature Ito Kind You Have Always Bought I1fZ otIOne on Cannon At the Republican Stateconvention in Springfield 111 Senator Culloni and Speaker Cannon tried to get a popular ruling as to which is the handsomer man If I had a face like yours Joe Id wear a wail or build a fence around it- And II I looked like you Shelby replied Uncle Joe Id walk back ward all the time Your rear eleva tion isnt so bad but the front facade is a bad botch Ill tell you Joe well leave it to this little girl She doesnt wantany political lob and I guess shell be honest suggested Senator Cullom The little girls mother was with her Which do you think is the best looking Dorothy asked the proud mother The child looked at both out of big frank eyes and said I dont like to sty mamma which I like best I might feud Mr Can non The Wretch And yon want a divorce on the roundof willful neglect ofdutyin mired the Tndge Yes your Honor replied the blushing young lady Well now tell me the plain facts in the cage What did you do We were guests Jat a house party at the country place ol some of our friends list week aud he insisted on taylng out of game every night and refusing to pay my losses to our host and hostess when we went amay Hush Money- At the Democratic State Convention held in Albany a few weeks ago SIr David B Hill was busy every moment ol the day Towards even- Ing he thought he would secure a few moments respite and a little rest while being shaved As he climbed nto the barbers chair he handed the onsorial artist a quarter of a dollar hIs this a tip sir inquired the night of the shears No replied Mr Hill thats sash money Now not a word Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN A Lesson in Gramer lIo ton Christian IlegUter Remember this said the primary school teacher a plural subject takes a plural verba girl is a b y iSi girl are boys are Now do you under stand Every hand was raised in assent Well then who will give a sentence with girls in the plural his time only one little girl I can give a sentence Glrlp are my ban t straight r1JeAetMl2A jjsimi1 Promotes DjorlirnCheerrul ness and RestContains neither OpiuiiiMorpiiint nor Mineral I jP0 T XAll C O TlC lzrfotCldlh GfletEUYWIIfRh- YphwtJ Sur6 I h r1WlIIrrH lrrt I 11aJiraJrrridaGvrJM ItrN nsn l7alDl JJTiant ij Worms Convulsions Feverish a rr ness aiul loss orT SLimnI TaeSuaSienttture Ol I y Jl t I XETV 1DRIit4o= wo WRAPPERlEXACT pyOF I t II ZJIIIr r I SSS t The of the Age Ilwuuae Lures completely and ut once It relieves tho pangs of n living death i cap N of Illsnn ho cured by n unr liitl oporutlon but you rather have 1lIesII cured without the knlff lit HltS 1MSITIV12 rilK IfllK will do It Made only by theIII lvltcuQeld Ilmrmuinl Cu flue For sale by j J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Z Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion NInetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart troubl can remember when It was simple Indigos lion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of midi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of tho heart and In the course of time thai delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Ka able of Nevada 0 sirs 1 had stomach trouble and was In a bad state aa I had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Djraptpsla Cure for about foul booth and It cured me KOIIol1 Wbat You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoua strain and the heart of all pressure BottUioalr S 100 Size holding 2K limn Ute trial sire which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DWITT A 00 OHIOAQOi DeWItts HaieI Salve For PUn Burns Soma BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If Ton hanata regular healtbr movement of the bowels every darponrelnorwill boo Keep roar bowl open and well Force of violent phralc or pill poison la dangerous The smoothest eatleit mot perfect war of keeping the bowl clear and clean la to take LwII OATiA1ARTl0t tL EAT EM LIKE CANDYIIPleasant Palatable Potent Hood Never Sicken Weaken or Gripes 10 end 10 oenta perbox Write for free sample and book let on health Address 413 Staling Ibm Cempinr Chicago or New York YOUR CLEAN f VORMS i CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Cifnature a of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO1 RIA THt CCNTAUR COMPANY MIVK YORK CITY iHarris Positive Pile Curei Biggest Seller th It would 25 KEEP BLOOD ILLINOIS GEITOL R Rt BEST OP TRAIN SERVICE With Dining BuffetLibrary Sleeping and Reclining Chair Cars on through trains direct to the WORLDS FAIR Tickets account of the Fair with 10 Days 60 Days December 15 Limit at greatly reduced rates Coach Excursions to St Louis Every Tuesday and Thursdayi- n June at rates less than one tare for the round trip Tickets and prtculats as to spe cific rates limits and train time of your home ticket agent- S B VAN METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky F W HAIUOW Dl A Louisville A1 McDOttQAIL I A New Orloana A H HANSON OPA JNO ASCOTT AOPA CMcnp Memphis WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEMoit in Qnaatltr Bait In Quality For 20 Years Has Led ill Worm Remedissa Y OLa SY axx IooGoXT1- repAred 0 by JAMES F BALLARD SV Los For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky ++4 HHF ++ fI ++d1 i + tfiMit ++44f++ b+++++++j1+ FEMACURA i 1 MHIIV riMiiPillpH fur Kemnlp l l i iiM it are on tho market but the only out that 4 him proven to lie an absolute and jioHltlve curu for all forma ol Keinnle Trouble In N14 + I++++ +++++4+++ I fi Hartford Republican Isaaeilbythe Hartford IuliHMiInK Company txcmn onA En- C K HIIrllldlCor t =r3o o Combzloni 3m Rough tit Gr 2 Advertising Rates Iocnl notlre lOrcntM p r IIII first lesrrtlt vnil fire cents ttiuli rnibM iniiit Insertion tlspluy m t per huh 1 tnnrrtlnn nnlusrrtlonn ruesecntlvrly 11 I 4 t- aI lQnyset per Inch 3 month I o I Iilny elo triitvH ISt lurk l nmuths I I I A Oliltlinry mill Mumiiry nutlwis nm flit n wnr1 iir nil over lMi wonlx rnili IIInt mromiwni- Ttmmipcrlpt or the mill will lie rut iliiwn t- het rp Ulivil limit All 01111 duty poitrv on Ut H word 1nBli- V do toll Printing trum rliwiptHt to licst Ares exeeedlnply law FRIDAY JUNE 2- 4ANNOUNCEMENT FOR jtteta WI nro nutliorlzpil to unimmire 1AMUS I MOUTON Ito n IIIIllolllt for the sides of lolls of Ohio county Niibjort to the nrtlou of the Its uMlcun part- yRoosasl rT- Y RoosnvRiT ami Firhank2I TUB Utah Democratic donkey refused to bray a single bray ngaius poligamy DEMOCRATIC platforms view with i alarm1 Republican platforms poiu with prideIHAIL Ioa and enthusiasm market the Chicago Republican Conventioi rum start to finish iI LAST year was a holocaustian reeI ord breaker but this year has Illell dy broke the record of the breaker A LIFESIZE portrait of the late Senator M A Hanna was the only 55cture that adorned the Republican Convention hat at Chicago TIlE antiimperialists will soon have a chance to view their 1101al close range Aguiualdo will visit the country in the near future THE greatest trouble the Republi cans are likely to encounter in the coming national election is that vot ers feelso confident of Roosevelts election that they wont take the trou ble to vote THE dashing Willie Hearst has ae cured a sufficient number of delegates to the St Louis convention to do some political trading even it he is not nominated THK fact that a desperate effort will be made to stampede the St Louis convention for former Preai dent Cleveland is giving the Parker contingent no little worry SENATOR FAIRBANKS of Indiana is the son of a poor farmer and law bored on a farm until he reached his majority His nomination is An add ed encouragement to the thousands of young men who are obtaining the benefits of a farm education SECRETARY CORTELYOU s selection for campaign Chairman to conduct the coming national campaign is certainly a wise choice The manage ment of a Presidential campaign demands executive ability of the high est order skill patience persistence and an accurate knowledge of men Mr Cortelyou meets all these require ments Every detail will be completely in hand He will conduct the campaign quietly but successfully TilE divorce evil its cause and cure has been receiving a great deal of attention lately through the pulpit as well as the press but it seems that at least a portion of Hartfords population ib reasonably safe from its baneful influence The party of gentlemen from this town who in com pany with their wives visite i the exposition last week say they were surprised at tin similarity of their wives conduct to that of Ruth who said Entreat me not in leave thee for whither thou gout Iwill go etc NOT lung since one of the oldest and best known politicians ot western Kentucky was required to make oath to ale ai paper iti tttfi writers prea + ence The oath was administered in mninforrnal manner by a young girl but the quiet reverence and dignity with which the subscribing witne removed his hat at the mention of Gods name afforded an insight into the power which for half a centui has made him leader of the Democratic party m Ohio county How ever much the world jeers at holy things it holds a contempt for those who do likewise THE NEXT PRESIDENT- The convention at Chicago had before it the workof making histor and unlike others it seemed to real ze the importance of its work There was no attempt made to carry the convention oil its feet or to dazzle the delegates with platitudes about crosses and crowns but there were sensible discussions of vital measures by men who were convei Hint with the nation and who have contributed to its welfare at home and its prestige abroad The convention was not called upon to name a candidate for the Pre idency they were only required to formally ratify a choice theretofon made by the American peoplea choice made without occasion for doubt or excuse for dissentbut the realwork of the convention was toI determine the policy of the county during the next administration and to this work the convention brought the learning of Lodge the rugged honesty of Hoar and the experienced wisdom of Foraker of Fairbanks and DePewThe President and his partys platform are in accord The latter con airs no word of secret import or hid lea meaning they are alike com witted to the protection of the Ameri an manufacturer farmer and laborI r The policies which have i he country and content u1relitlemned and the nominee of the con mention is a lit exemplar of its platform License to Wed The lollowing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S lagland since our last issue Charles Leach Rosine to Mar vtta House Frar k Ciowdtr Beave lam to Gertie Neighbors Beave Jam Charley Rock McHenry to Mamie Loyd McHenry T J Crow lalph to Susan J Morgan Ralph Thanes Willis Owensboro to Dais oppage Fordsville HORSE BRANCH June 3Quite a crowd attended tbe hildrens day service at Rosine Sunday Mrs Charlie Ellington who has been very tick is improving Mrs Keown went to Beaver Dan Tuesday Messrs J B McDanitl R W lagand and Charlie Tally went to wensboro Wednesday Mrs George Arnold who has beet isiting relatives at Stanley returned tome Tuesday Deputy Sheriff S O Keown left wltb Alonzo Baily for Brownsville jdmonson countySunday Mrs Kate Crahau contemplate moving to Owensboro soon A union Sunday school will be organized at this plac next Sunday fternoonMr Cook of Butler county vs in town this wetk LOYAL TO GOV TAYLOR Kentucky Republicans Honor Those Who Have Pro tected Him Chicago June 22 At a meeting today ot the Kentucky delegates to tit Republican national convention It was decided that tomorrow morning at 10 oclock all delegates from Kentucky and all other Republicans from the state should assemble and larch in a body to the Auditorium Annex to call on Govenor Durbin Either Governor Bradley or John W rerkes will speak and the Kentuck Ins will thank the Indiana governor lor refusing to honor the requisition 0 Governor Beckham for W S Taylor and Charles Finley The leaders have urged that all KentuckIans be present and show Governor Durbin how grateful they are tor his brave and putrlotlc stand One of the most prominent men In the Kentucky delegation said HWe propose to stand by Durbin and Fairbanks for what they have done for Taylor We cant go back on Taylor or the people who have protected him KNOCKED OUT Judge ORear Dissolves Land TaxI Suit Injunction Obtained Da viess County CitizensI A Special from Franklort says that Judge ORear Tuesday dissolved the i injunction granted by Judg Blrkheac of the Davics circuit court enjiininf Auditors Agent R H Alexander I from selling about fifteen hundred tracts of land for bnck taxes the land which h1thesold The Saturday before the salesI an injunction was issued out to Alexander from selling H single teat of the land Judge Bhkhead late heard the case sad made the injunc tlon permanent It was taken to the court of appeals and was passed uponI by Judge ORear of the appellat court yesterday The decision Will govern future land tax wits in theI state and is of wile Iport nceIGENERAL ITbe directors ot the Portland Gold Mining Company ata special meeting at Colorado Springs repudiated the c011oradoa r wining operations without employ ing men affiliating with the Western Federation of lint rIAfter passing upon 268 appeal from inferior courts during the Aprl term the Court ol Apptal Monu adjourned to melt again September 19 The Powers case was passel Itl1 the September term The unI up with the docket there only about seventyfive cases under submissionJudge Sonic Smith one of the bsstknown writers In Kentucky as well as lawyer and politician fell dead of apoplexy in his yard At I4exln ton- Monday He was fiftysix years old and a prominent Ma +on An agreement reached Tuescat between Secretaty of War Taft and the Panama Commission provides that the gold dollar ot the United States shall be legal tender and the standard of value In the republic oC Panama It lather provides that this coin shall be legal tender in tit canal zone The Court of Appeals overruled Jim Howards petition for a rehear ingA boy and bis would bt rescuer were drowned at Helena Mont and a woman who witnessed the accident lost her reason The case of Anna Valentine who was reprieved last week by Acting Governor Wakeley of New Jersey has been taken to the Court of Errors tin a writ of error The result of the proceedings will be to stay the execu tion of the woman until the matter has been disposed of Gov Yates of Illinois headed a party that called on the Kentucky delegation at Chicago Tuesday in be half of Hitt for Vice President but Tae received no pledges The dele rates will meet this morning and will no doubt declare for Senator Fairbanks for Vice President The delegation sprung a surprise on the convention when the members Unfurled silk flags and waved them at the first mention of Roosevelts name by Temporary Chairman Root After two hours of wrangling over an amendment to the report of the Resolutions Committee to indorse the Kansas City platform the North Dakota State Democratic Convention voted down the amendment thus re fusing to Indorse Bryans platform and will send an instructed delega Iou to the St Louis Convention Up at Shelbyville negroes are not permitted to advertise their social gatherings by posting bills on regular bill boards A 4 Notice When asking your paper changed you should give the postoffice to which It is going as well as the one to which you want it to go lynamiting Fish on Green River- A suspicion is cast on parties Hv ng near the mouth of Green Iver to the effect that they save been dynamiting fish and selling hem This is a violation of the laws of Kentucky and the game wardens who are located in every county In tbe state are on the lookout for such uoceedlngs Several arrests havere ently been made in Ohio county for violation of the state fishing law Eruptions The only way to get rid eruptionsimprove the digestion stimulate the kidneys liver and skin The medicine to take is HoodsSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands JACK MARKS DYING Removal of Ingrowing Toe Nail Leads to Inflamation and Blood Poison A telegram received Tuesday alto noon from Louisville stated that lIIr Jack Marks brother of Mr T S Marks and formerly a tub tcco merchant otOvensboro was dying and could live no wore tnan an hour or two He has lived in Louisville for the past twenty years but still has a great many friends here and at Ow ensboro where he lived for wan years He hits been inspector on the Louisville maikst fur several years About six weeks ago Mr Mark had an Ingroxving toe nail cut out It gave him a god deal ot trouble and yams at the time but soon got mud better A ten days ago however in flimation set uj which was followed by blood poisoning and Mr Mark commenced to stink reply His rain lives have ben Ulsgraphed for and several of them are at his bedside His brother Mr T S Marks reo tnrnud trom his bedside Wednesday and reported him very tat and only a matter ot a short time until the final summons would come LUCAS KNOCKED OUT Banks Not Liable For Tax es on Their De posits The court of appeals last Saturday firmed the judgment of the Jiflerst n common pleas court dismissing the suit brought by Auditors Agenl Frank A Lucas of Paducah againsl tbe Bank of Commerce seeking tc asses and tax the depcslts of Individuals in the bank The whole court considered the case on appeal and Judge Thomas H aynter delivered the opinion of at irmance The ruling of the court vhich is of wide interest and Importance settling the law and dismissing about three hundred cases filed against as many banks in the State Is that banks are not required to pay axes on deposits with them or as ets which represent it and that as trustee or bailee in possession they art tot under a duty to list the property sought to be assessed by the proceedings instituted by Mr Lu asThe proceedings instituted by Igent Lucas were three in number irst to compel the banks to list property sought to be taxed upon the theory that the banks own it second to list it as trustee third to list It- 3S bailee ia possession The three proceedings were heard together This sweeping decision ofthe high est court in the State will relieve our public Institutions of harrasalng suits by such unauthorized and irre ponslble parties as Lucas r oa rOBJ 5tear tU iipAvt tl caliWill Vaughn in Trouble Will Vaughn was arrested at Rock ort by Marshal Tilford Thursday barged with having issued a bogus heck and obtaining money on same He was delivered to Deputy Sherifl llnrence Keown at Beaver Dam the same day who brought him to Hartford The transaction out of which the barge for which Vaughn is in cuato dy arose was the issuing of a check by him to Hiley Taylor some several days ago for 15on which Taylor paid him he cash When the check was pres nted at the bank for payment the tinker refused to honor it as Vaughn had no funds out of which to pay It bas developed that Vaughn has done several parties in like maner and ob alned various sums from them on his ogus checks or check without any Honey in the bank to pay them If the facts disclose as clear case of fraud as reprrts seem to indicate 7anghn may fire Ladly t t- fi T5he Talk of e i 15he Countyif4 4StylishHeadwear 4 t n lL 4s worn Thc J new things jj in Millinery j J It customer i unlvoUen tJ from i Our stock = our prucs i I llId1I11rj l of this JtdIP1Itllwut Illto Ap if 111 i Ior4 1 unsurpassed ability to us in 1 sition you than anywhere else you lan iw Ladies Oxfords 11 tltit eertainly howini the 1I10 complete lin ofhulies LowCuts embracing style quality 111 price to he seen anywhere Our line is very con plete and you sec u you arc sure toird a satiln lory selection Ladies and Gents Furnisl1 rugs In this we IW1 we in position to sati fa irivinii them t hour eii tojncrs always thiniis to be ti1111ICltier line of Shirtv Ladies and dents Collars Pclt and anvthin von mav need in tIll line It it me on d3 it is the hintIrOveralls I 51ej3 The famous Carhartt brand needs no rceommen 4 dation to those have i them Buy tliis limn 43 of us wise in need of Over Jj alls Work Jacket Shirts ji or tilts receive sitis 47 faction A full line al constant ar riviV of ives to each an stoik which to si lect isZ larjic lijlht t ther with pkaH plan to SITVU IIP if lino are torily serve newest Tics n from store enact who Caps JJ ways in stoektguaranteed to wear I 411etit determined to make this the mot popular Est 49 IIg entel Our increased popularity and grow 13 ing sales give us the encouragement we possess the iI i3 energy have the stock of goods which command it eio bring us anything you may have to sell nlulrt iM 43 1 ceive its value in something you need llIiltlllhllillgors J three things in which we without jiiestion already j 41 surpass Clothing Millinery and Dress Goods J b 41 LIF 1S1J1 TICHENOR McHenry y 99 + +99 99 + 9 9 ftW Witch ThistSpice Next Week fo- rBargainsI The Best H Goods at the- Lowest J Price The Brown Mercantile Co INCOKIOKATKD 4 1 IA 1 I I n S- 1c1 L P BARNES BRO Jf Barnes Shoes Jfyr ttlI fro everything Unit styli quality and t jjuco can make thou They are hero in all the T 1 fiew spring lasts in the lace blucher lowcuts T I make of kangaroo calf hox calf velour calf viei 5 kangaroo and patent leather y tOur 150 Line This line consists of Shoes made up with plain toes and all the new narrow toes a11lallow as v much styli in shape as other lines at more money fMade of Kangaroo Calf Casco Calf and Viei Kid + iOur 200 and 250 LineJAt these two pricis we can give you the lace 01 blucher shape plain or any shape in the narrow jf toes made in all the leathers except the patent also in lowcuts L 4 Our 300 350 and 400 Lines All the heautv ofstvle and Ii 11 ih that the nlost J- f experienced designer slut conceive embodied inl2 f these shoes They are made from the very host Js leathers till manulacturers fall procure You Callc 5 buy them in lowcuts plain toes and all the new narrow lasts lIl1of Viei Kangaroo Velour Z Patent Leather and Iox Calf Z tBoysWear Shoes Kememhering that all men were once buys and + that nun must still come form the samesource we L are well eiiiipped to satisfy the most particular M iy Our Hoys Shoes are sized from S to Hi Jb I2 to Ls and S to Hi Made of Casco calf Box J Calf Viei and Patent leather and are priced at SlOO SlJ II w 200 HIwd o Summer Coats Vests and Pants tMens Straw Hats and Summer Millinery + Ladies Mens and Boys Underwear tFans Belts Collars and Umbrellas 46 Hose HalfHose Handkerchiefs and Neckwear Gloves Hairpins PuffCombs Hair Ornament Beaver Dam Ky 1111 I Hartford Republican f FRIDAY JUNK 24 I illinois Contral RailroadTime I Tablo r rNorthBon ml Month llnnnil b No 13Z dui 4trnm No 11 lnll3l In a 1 No 10Jilui 407p HI No 101 tine 2JS p III 1Q No122dua12aoIm No 131 lIu9IJ a- Fresh i fish at City Restaurant Royal G Davis Fordsvllle paid us- a pleasant call Saturdayr City Restaurants Ice Cream Is simply fine Try it Latest styles in LowCut Shoes at I Ii SAM BACUSI Try a pair of our 150 CARSON Co Millinery goods at reduced prices CARSON Co Born to the wife of J H Hoover on the 19 inst a girl Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat i City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Call and see McCall Patterns a FalrsIoc and 150 No higher Why pay 300 for Patterns when 150 I buys them at Fairs iForSewing Machines and supplies Y Williams at City Res taurant We buy Ginseng and herbs THE BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Special Ribbon sale from now until July All readytowear Hats reduced to half prices ECONOMY STORE Fair Sailors I newestlithlnL goI A IAll Calico now 5c at Fairs toIFalrsthe 33 50 quality Fairs Wash Goods at roc Is the same quality you pay 150 for The newest in Laces Band trimI mlng arId All overs are at Fairs The biggest Fan stock in Hartford is at Falrsfrom ic to 150 Some great Bargains in Shirts at Fairs 39c gets the see quality Columbus Flener and Tom Cooper Cromwell were in our midst Mon day This is the season for thin goods We have the right thing at the right price CARSON Co Going to the Worlds Fair Buy your Suit Case Trunk or Telescope at Fair Travis N Davis of Beaver Dam who has been very sick is slowly im proving Remember we are selling Calico at 5c all through June CARSON Co Try one of our Thin Coats for hot weather CARSON Co Keep cool by using our Straw Hats Low eut Shoes and Thin Coats CARSON Co Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner up stairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf It you dont think I am selling out at reduced prices just come and see R T IIER Hartford Ky When in need of a new Suit of Clothes dont fall to see our line You will find the nicest style lfjtr 4MJMo 1 oNOHY STORE i Miss Alice Bruton Glasgow is vis iting H F Lowe and family I Gents furnishing goods a specialty at ECONOMY STORE Mrs A F Stanley is the guest of Mrs E B McCormick Owensboro Mrs Ben Rial of Owensboro is visiting her sister Mrs Inez Ward MlsB Dtssle Duke will leave to morrow for her home atSunnydale Mr L R Barnett and family Fore man Ark are visiting relatives nEar town Mr and Mrs Clarence Keown of Fordsvllle are visiting relatives in Hartford Mrs Jane Hudson Cromwell is visiting her daughter Mrs Verge Ranney Missus Birtie and Flossie Wood ward City are the guests of relatives In Cnlhoon A complete line of Hamilton Brown ladies and gents Slippers just re ceived SAM BACH Mrs Lucy Wedding left Tuesday for a few days visit in Whltesvllle and Owensboro Ice Cream Soda and all kinds of cool drinks at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store MrsJ B Mitchell and son Prof J Hills Mitchell were pleasant callers at this office Tuesday Leavfc your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Miss Susie May of Owen oro Isi ited her parents Mr and Mrs Steve May the first of the weekIMr and Mrs Thomas Fowler of Gullpcrt Miss are visiting the lat ters father Mr Asa Davidson Miss Marie Graves Guthrie 0 T will arrive next week to be the guest of her mother Mrs A F Stanley One hundred dol ars to be given away in Crystal Press cut Glassware Call forcoupons ECONOMY STORR Mr Clarence DeWeese and mother Mrl Lou DeWeese Shrcve are at tending the St Louis fair this week Ice Cream at Griffins drug store at anytime All kinds of cooling drinks a specialty Your patronage appre fated Mr James A Hudson of Cromwell mention of whose trouble and illness was made in these colums last wet kI is much improved Quite a number of good hoses anded at the lair grounds this week At this time twelve horses are in reg ular training there The farmers meeting here last Sat urday was a rousing success More than zoo farmers and others of like in terest were in attendance Mr Henry D Hays and wife formerly Miss Jessie Heavrin of Louis ville are visiting the latters brother Hon M L Heavrin this week Mr John T Moore left Wednesday for Dawson where he joined his wife and daughter who had gone several days in advance They will return Sunday We will deliver Ice from 5 to 7 oclock in the morning can be had at shop all hours during the day Your patronage solicted MOORE CRABTREE The Home Telephone Company will begin the Construction of an exchange at Whltesville soon When completed it will aid greatly to the telephone service in that section Mrs Albert Williams Woodbury Ky and Hits Mary Cole Morgan town visited the family of W J Bean the first of the week They left yesterday to visit friends and relatives at Dundee The Annual Reunion of the i6oth Indiana regiment SpanishAmerican volunteer veterans will meet at De catur find Thursday August IT 1904 All the 3rd Kentucky regiment are invited to be present 4 When in need of Footwear whether Hosiery Tan Shoes Black Shoes or Slippers for yonnjranrt old call onus The best line for the lowest prices will be found at the Economy Store MRS SARAH COLLINS SMITH Bargains in clothing at the Econo my Store see them 3 ro and 400 suits at fz 45i f5 oo suits at 5345 650 suits at 395 7 50 suits nt 545 851 suite at 5 95i 10 and 12 50 suits at 745 It will pay you to see these suits before the best are picked rver splended vaue Mrs S K Cox visited in Owens boro last week The Buster Brown Collar the lates for ladies are at Fairs A V Leach Prentls made us a very pleasant call yesterday J H Torrence Cromwell called to see us while in town yesterday I Deputy SheriffChester Keown was in Fordsville on business yesterday Dr Alva Jones Monett Mo visit ed in Hartford the first of the week Vlsitjnlgmade us a pleasant call Wednesday Miss Bell from Davless county is j visiting her aunt Mrs T L Griffin I Miss Net Shannon of Junction City Ky is the guest of Miss Besse Fair I Mrs Charlie Rogers Elkton is the l guest of her parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox- Reports I come to us from nearly every part of the county that continued dry weather is retarding the growth of all crops Esq J A Park of the Revnue ser vice and recently located at Bowling Green is at home His mother Mrs Nancy Park Beda is dangerously illIhis horse Tuesday and was at first I thought to be fatally hurt He re I gained consciousness in a short while and was alp right within a few hours ofltbebeen doing business in Ohio and ad I joining aunties for the past several years died at his home at Evansville Ind Monday i Correspondents ars earnestly requested to notify us when their stock of stationary and mailing supplies are exhausted so that we may refurn I Ish them Just pin a little note to your news letms stating what you need We will supply at once SHOPPED WITH CHECKS I Pretty Chicago Woman Victim izes Merchants of HendersonIHenderson 22 pretty little woman giving her name as Mrs H D Smith of Chicago has victimized a number of merchants here She went out in the business district and in each place bought goods and gave a check in payment for a larger sum than her purchase The hauls made at each place were mall but the result of hrdays work showed a good profit June I prettiest line of etc Embroideries that it has June The will need these you buy them Fine Mercer 25c Fancy Fig Stripe Lawns Corded Piques with Laces in Hartford to a Etc neat Belt We are goods Our in price Belts Kid Black Silk OfferingsTHE buckles Our all styles and Silk Umbrellas I appreciate these and in accordance a CLEAR not considered so if you are price dont fail in this depart but our every special sale low prices at Ladies Slippers solicit your June it by giving Bargain Givers fi Just from the Eastern Markets E fi = Where we have purchased a big lot of new goods such as Clothing Hats Dress = fi Goods Shoes and in fact everything needed to dress you up in the latest style AI JIt =Our Clothing The famous STERLING brand cannot be excelled for = neatness beauty or durability Remember we guarantee bevery Sterling Suit we sell Prices of these goods range from i so to 2250 gtm Our Line of Shoes = The celebrated Hamilton Brown will give you better sat bisfaction in point of neatness and comfort than any Shoe on the market Every pair guaranteed Prices from 125 to 5lJlJ We will quote you the following unequaled low = which will give you an idea of the great bargains you canb secure from us Good Heavy Domestic 6c Calico 5c good heavy Hickory Shirting 7c extra heavy Bedticking 15c lJ per yard Ladies Hose 5c a pair Childrens Hose 5c a pair = Mena Socks 5c a pair Three pair Suspenders 25c Ten lJ Mens black Clay Worsted Suits going at 245 better grade 300size 35 to 42 Youths Suits at 235 childrens at Ghc 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 lsa= Yourte for Bt1siJi1ess = SAM BACH Hartford= i W I y Ir F RATE BONNETTHE ROMANCE OF A PIRATES I DAUGHTER I LBy FRANK R STOC KTONeap- 7rlgbt J 11CI by D Appioton tCo Now lurk CHAPTER XXVII- IUiAixi I dR D iiru s A rnARD I Nil IAUTV n JrT EA D I L V southward sailed tin brig Black Swan whldi bore upon its docks the happy Marnier family and our friend Dlckory Tho sackcloth draperies of Luillla with the red cord lightly tied about them had given place to a very ordi nary gown fashioned by her mother and herself which added so few I charms to her young face and sparkling eyes that Dlekory often thought that he wished there were some on deck so that she might hushesI hind them and let him see face as ho had seen It when first he- met her But he saw the pretty face a great deal for Lucilla was very anx ious to know things and asked many questions about liarbadoes and also asked If there was any probability that the brig would go straight on to that lovely island without bothering to stop atJamaicaOur friend still wore the naval uniform although in coming on the brig ho had changed It for some rough sailors clothes But Lucilla had besought him to be again a brave lieu tenantDavids was at the wheel and tan dear stood near him These old friends had not yet finished talking about what had happened in the days since they had seen each other Mrs Man der sat not far away still making clothes and little Lena was helping her In hor childlike way Lucilla and Dickory were still talking about Bar fcadoes There never was a girl who wanted to know so much about an IsI land as that girl wanted to know Barbadoes Suddenly there was a shout from aboveWhats that asked Marnier A sail said Davids peering out over the sea but able to see nothing Lucilla and Dickory did not cease talk ing At that moment Lucllla did not care greatly about sails there was so much to be said about Barbadoes There was a good deal of talking for ward and after awhile the captain walked to the quarterdeck lIe was a Krtff mon and his face was troubled I am sorry to say he growled that the ship we have sighted Is a pi rate she flies the black flag Now there was no more talk about the Barbadoes or what had happened TO TIn SURPRISE OF TIlE PEOPLE ON THE BLACK SWAN THERE CAME NO SHOT FROM THE AP PROACHING PIRATE to old friends and the sewing dropped on the deck Those poor Manders were chilled to the soul Were they again i to be taken by pirates Captain cried Marnier what cane do can we run away from them We could not run away from their guns growled the captain and there Ja nothing to do They Intend to take this brig and thats the reason they have run up their skull and bones They are bearing directly down upon us with a fair wind they will be firing a gun presently and then I shall lay to and wait for them To the surprise of the people on the Black Swan there came no shot from the approaching pirate but as she still bore down upon them running before the wind the captain of the brig lay to and lowered his flag Subralssloln now T as all there was before them No man on the brig took up arms nor did the crr w form themselves Into any show cf resistance that would have but made matters worse As the pirate vessel came on nearer and nearer a great number of men rontd be seen stretched along her deck and some brass cannon were visible trained upon the unfortunate brig But to the surprise of the captain of the Black Swan and of nearly ev erybody on board of her the pirate did not run down upon her to make last and board Instead of thjit she put about Into the wind and lay to less than a quarter of a mllo away Then two boats were lowered and filled with men who rowed towards the brig They have special reasons for our capture said the captain to those who were crowded about him he may be well laikn now with plunder and comes to us for our gold and silver Or It may lx that ho merely wants the brig If that bo so he can quickly rid himself of us That was a cruel speech when women had to hear it but the captain was a rough fellow IfIboring pier Dickory and Lucilla cau tiously peeped over the rail Dickory without his hat and Lucllln hiding herself all but a part of her face be hind him the Manders crouched together on the deck the father with glaring eyes and a knife in his band The crew stood with their hats removed and their thins lowered wait- Ing for what might happen next The boats neared the ship and were soon made fast every help was offered by the crew of the brig and not a sign of resistance was shown The leader of tit pirates mounted to the deck followed by tho greater part of his menFor a moment Capt Ichabod glanced about him and then addressing the captain of the brig he said This Is all very well I am glad to see that you have sense enough to take thingsI as you find them and not stir fracas and make trouble I overhauled you that I might lay In a stock of provisions and some wine and spirits be side having no desire If you treat us rightly to despoil you further So if getIonter here may demand of you we shall pet through this business quickly In the meantime lower two or three boats so that your men can row the goods over to my vessel The captain of the Black Swan sim ply bowed his head and turned away to obey orders while Capt Ichabod stepped aft and began to survey the captured vessel As soon as his back I was turned the captain of the brig was approached by a very respectable enIgagedIn piratical pursuits who stopped him anl said Sir my name Is Felix Delaplalne merchant of Spanish Town Jamaica I am against my will engaged In this piratical attack upon your vessel but I wish to assure you privately that I will not consent to have you robbed of your property and that although some of your provisions may be taken by these pirates I here promise as an honorable gentleman to pay you the full value of all that they seize upon The captain of the Black Swan had no opportunity to make an answer to thin most extraordinary statement for at that moment a naval officer shout Ing at the top of his voice came rush ing towards the respectable gentleman who had just been making such honorable proposals Almost at the same moment there was a great shout from Capt Ichabod who drawing his cut lass from Its sheath raised the glitter- Ing blade and dashed In pursuit of the naval gentleman Hold there Hold there cried the pirate Dont you touch him dont lay your hand upon him But Ichabod was not quick enough Dickory swift as a stag stretched out both his arms and threw them around the neck of the amazed Mr Delaplalne Now the pirate Ichabod reached the two his great sword went high In air and was about to descend upon the naval person whoever he was who had made such an unprovoked attack upon his honored passenger when his arm was caught by some one from behind Turning with a great curse his eyes fell upon the face of a young girl Oh dont kill him Dont kill him she cried he will hurt nobody he Is only hugging the old gentleman Capt Ichabod looked from the girl to the two men who were actually em bracing each other Dlckorys back was towards him but the face of Mr Delaplalne fairly glowed with delight Oho said Ichabod turning to Lu cllla and what does this mean be dadI dont know she answered but the gentleman In the uniform is a good man Perhaps the other one is his fatherTo my eyes said Capt Ichabod this Is a most fearsome mix The Mandor family and nearly everybody else on board crowded about the little group gazing with all their eyes but asking no questions Capt Ichabod exclaimed Mr Del aplalne holding Dickory by the hand this Is one of the two persons you were taking us to find This Is Dick ory Charter the son of good Dame Charter now on your vessel He went away with Blackboard and we were in search of him Oho cried Capt Ichabod by my life I believe It Thats the young tel low that Blackbeard dressed up In a cocked hat and took away with him I am tho same person sir said DlckorySo so good said Capt Ichabod I am very glad that I did not bring down my cutlass on you which I should have done bedad had It not been for this young woman Now up spoke Mr Dclaplalno We have found you Dlckoryho cried but what can you tell us of MaJ Bon net Aye aye l added Capt Ichahod theres another ottO woro after Wheres the runaway Sir Nightcap Alas said Dlckory I do not know I escaped from Blackboard and since that day have hoard nothing II had supposed that Capt Bonnet was In your company Mr Delaplalne Now tho captain of tho Black Swan pushed himself forward Is It Capt RIIvpngeasked If so I may tell you some thing about him I am lately from Charles Town and the talk there that Blackboard was lying outside JI harbor in Stede Bonnets old vessel and that Bonnet had lately joined him I did not venture out of port until I had had certain news that these pirates I had sailed northward They had two or threo ships nd the talk was that they were bound for tho Virginias and perhaps still farther north They were fitted for a long cruise Gone again exclaimed Mr Dela plalne in a hoarse voice Hone againCapt Ichabods face grew clouded Gone north of Charles Town ho exclaimed thats bad bedad thats very bad You are sure he did not sail southward 1 he asked of tho cap taut of the brig That gruff mariner was In a strange state of mind He had just been cap tured by a pirate and in the next mo ment had made what might be a very profitable sale to a respectable mer chant of the goods the pirate was about to take from him Moreover said pirate seemed to be In the theI of said merchant and altogether seethed to him to be in as fearsome a mix as they had seemed to Capt Icha bod but ho brought his mind down to the question he had been asked No doubt about that said ho there were some of his men In tho townfor they were afraid of nnluuly and they were not backward In talking That upsets things badly said Capt Ichahod without uncloudlng hIs brow With my slow vessel and my empty purse bedad I dont see how I am ever goln to catch Blackbeard If he has gone north Finding Blackboard would have been a handful of trumps j to me but the game stems to be up bedad The captain of the brig and loha hods quartermaster went away to at tend to the transfer of the needed goods to the Restless Mander with his wife and little daughter were standing together gazing with amaze I ment at the strange pirates who had come aboard while Lucilla stepped up hisICan you tell me what this means said she For a moment he did not answer and then he said I dont know everything myself but I must presently go on board that vessel What exclaimed Lucilla step ping back Is she there Yes said Dickory CHAPTER XXIXIDICKORY FINDS I1 sea was smooth and the wind light and the transfer of provisions from the Black Swan to the pirate sloop which two ships now lay as near each other as safety would per mit was accomplished quietly During the progress of the transfer Capt Ichabods boat was rowed back to his ship and its arrival was watched with great Interest by everybody on board that pirate sloop Kate and Dame Charter as well as all the men who stood looking over the rail were amazed to see a naval officer accom panying the captain and Mr Dela plalne on their return But that amaze ment was greatly Increased when that officer as soon as he set foot upon the deck removed his hat and made directly for Dame Charter who with a scream loud enough to frighten the fishes enfolded him in her arms and straightway fainted It was like a son oomlng up out of the sea euro enough as she afterward stated Kate recog nizing Dickory hurried to him with a scream of her own and both hands out stretched Is my father dead she gasped Not that I know of said Dlckory Where Is he she cried I do not know was the answer She stood while Dlckory returned to his mother Mr Delaplalne saw her standing thus pale and shocked but he did not hasten to her He had sad things to say to her for his practical mind told him that itNvould not be possible to continue the search for her father he having put himself out of the reach of Capt Ichabod and his In efficient sloop If Dlckory had said anything about her father which had so cast her down how much harder would It be for him when he had to tell her the whole truth Over and over again Dlckory told his tale to his mother She Interrupted him so much with her embraces that ho could not explain things clearly to her but she did not care she had him with her Ho was with her and she had fast hold of him and she would never let go again What mattered It what sort of clothes ho wore or where he had escaped trama family on a desert island or from a pirate crew She had him and her happiness know boundsThe plied steadily between tho two vessels and on one of the trips Mr Delaplalne went over to tho brig on business and also glad to escape for a littlo the dreaded Interview which must soon como between himself and his nlooe Now sir said the merchant to the captain of the brig you will make a bill against me for the provisions which are being taken to that pirate but I hope you have reserved a sum dent store of food for your own maintenance until you Teach a port and that of myself and two women who wish to sail with you craving most earnestly that you will land us In Ja malca or in some place convenient of access to that island Which I can do said the captain 1for I am bound for Kingston and as tencc shall have plenty On the brig Mr Delaplaluo found Capt lohabod who had come over to superintend operations and who was now talking to the pretty girl who heIraptalnIof away The matter to be discussed was in deed of deep import- I am loath to say it sir said Mr Dolaplalne when I think of the hos pitality and most exceptional kindness with which you have treated me and my niece and for which we shall feel grateful all our lives but 1 think you will agree with me that It would bo useless for us to pursue the larchI after that most reprehensible person my brotherinlaw Bonnet There can be no doubt I bellow that ho and Blackbeard have left the vicinity of Charles Town and have gone we know notwhereNo of that hound said helm bad knitting his brows as ho spoko if Blackbeard hall been outside the harbor this brig would not have boon hereAnd therefore sir continued Mr Dolaplalne I have judged It to be wise und Indeed necessary for us to part company with you sir and tako passage on this brig which by a most fortunate chance Is bound for King stonI dont like to agree with you said tho captain but bedad I am bound to do It I am disappointed myself sir but I bare been dlsapi olnted so often that I suppose I ought to bo used to It If I had caught up with Black beard I should have been all right andI after I had settled your affairs and I know I could have done thatI think I would have joined him But all I can do now Is to hammer along at the business take prizes In the usual way and watt for Blackboard to come south again and then Ill either sell out or join him Its a great pity sir said Mr Del aplalne a great pity Yes it Is Interrupted Ichabod Its a very great pity sir a very great pity If I had known more about ships when I bought the Restless I would have had a faster craft and by this time might have been a man of com fortable means Hut that sloop over there bedad Is so slow that many a time sir I have seen a fat merchant man sail away from her and leave us in spite of our guns cursing and swear ing miles behind I am sorry to have you leave sir anti with your ladles but as you say heres your chance to get home and I dont know when I could give you another Mr Delaplalne replied courteously and gratefully and by the next boat he went back to the Restless Capt Icha bod his brow still clouded by the ap proaching separation walked over to Lucilla and continued his conversation with her about the Island of Barba does a subject of which he knew very little and she nothing- It was not long after this conversa tion that the largest boat belonging to the Restless was rowed over to the brig and in it sat not only Kate Damn Charter and Dlckory but Capt Icha bod who would accompany his guests to take proper leave of them The crew of the pirate sloop crowded them selves along her sides and even mounted Into her shrouds waving their hats and shouting u tho boat moved away Lucilla watched carefully the new comers as they ascended to tho deck of the Black Swan That Is the girl she said to herself and I am nit sur prisedA later she remarked to Capt Ichabod who sat by her Are they mother and daughter those two Oh no said he Mistress Bonnet is too fine a lady and too beautiful to be daughter to that old woman who is her attendant and the mother of the young fellow in the cocked hat Too fine and beautiful repeated LucilleI grieve to leave you all continued the young pirate captain al though some of you I have known so short a time It will be very lonely when I sail away with none to speak to save the bloody dogs I comniand who may yet throttle me And it Is to Barba does you go to settle with your fam ily That Is our destination said Lu cilla but I know not if we shall find the money to settle there we were taken by pirates and lost everything All the goodbya had been said and good wishes had been wished when just as ho was about to descend to his boat Capt Ichabod turned to Ludlla And it In truly to Brbadoes you go he asked Yes said she I think wo shall certaialf do that tI Now his face flushed And do you care for that fellow In tho cocked hat Hero was a cruel situation for poor Lucllla She must lie or loso two men Sho might lose them anyway but sh would not do it of her own free will and so sho lied Not a whit said Lucilla The eyes of Ichabod brightened as ho wont down tho side of tho brig IIUSTlSn1I Is SIST rnM IM + r- rrS Willie Tnilor Do you want palrted shoulders n y Hc man IV lifeNast part tie pants Dats where I need it must A Ccslly Mistake Iliuuicr are sometimes very ex pensive Oictiftinnnlly lift itself is the price of a mistake hut youl never lie wrong ifou take lr Kinds Now Lifo fills for Dispepsia Dix7hu I Heniliicho Liver am Bowel troubles They art gentle yet thorough CInt ZuucGriiliu iV Uroh drug Store r lightniNgs Bolts Brands Trees Photograph on Victim Thoiiios Hum ke of No 13 Crawford street Jetsev City heights RS struck and killed by lightning wlul standing for shelter trout the storm under a tree in front of 245 Summit avenue Jersey city says the New York American When Dr Boydci Summd ave tae Rod Montgomery street and others reached Burkes side Immediate ly nlttr they saw Burke fall he was trendy al On his cheek was an exact photograph two and onenul inches long by one inch wide of the tree under which Burke lay trunk and btaudit s being reproduced with frlelity The ruins drib hlt was torn into strips hut beyond this and the death picture on the cheek there was no sign to tell how he was killed Z Wayne Griffin Bro Afcks the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have been cured by it tit not hesitate to recommend il to their friends Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by enahling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood nil of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable One Minute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup Chill for Bryan The following story is going the rounds among insurance men in this city says the New York Herald In applying for some additional life insurance recently Mr William Jennings Bryan had to foil up the us ual questions PS printed on the ap plication sheet One query was Have you ever suffered from fever of any kind To this Mr Bryan repliedes from two attacks of Presidential fever both of which were followed by se vere chills Have completely re covered 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 bandy and there is none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and PlIes disappear quickly under its smoothing eflect 25c at Z Wayne Griffin St Bras drug store A Queer Chap Snedeker always was a queer chapWhat has he done now After being defeated at the polio the other day he didnt turn around and say he was glad of it because h e would now have a chat ce to go on quietly attending to bin own affair while the other fellow was having all the trouble Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revol and serious trouble in your system i S nervousness sleeplessness or stomacth upset Elestric Bitters will qui kly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Bowel stimulate the Liver and clarify th blood Run down systems benefit t particulary and all the usual attend ing aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is re turned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by Z Wayne Grilliin Bro druggist TiM T I TS HrPITr IKIMiINC IHWN Ytti K linn mlea c 1KKrKl I SCdKl j Our IJoe of Rifles Pistols and Shotguns i is IIi Iand tcdtd his lull A ccntmy rf t U in meat l irkul it Ilustratrdratalog muilc lice cu rellIeol1l1lIIIcrll lauuliu the STVIN I I rlclhllilti IhkI rr1WI J I Via STr LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah tIe Pacific C oasIDOUDLE DAILY SERVICE r ICArE DINING CARS Moats a l e Carte LIGHTED TRAINSy IRON MDUMT A f HnUTE via ME 491wtt IAI Polirto dl C St XiOO Grid fL iii IDOVIIUE BAiLvncnvicc CIRfJlMnla ii In Carte TRAINS Nr fatttr Inrinnitien iifltinf Mitlir Itt liittn R T G MATTHEWS Trn rm lit mum 202 Equllibli IIIg LOt Jllltt XT ST LOUIS 1CASTOBXA Bean tee1e k1 J Ycu 11315 tlsals Boi f I 8r Co- j pgt r9srVifon u e it IliKNKTT C K sutra BARNET SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW iiAiirroitit KY Will prnrtlerthNlrprntrluo In all the court Ohio and ndJoltilnKcountlemimlCoiirtof Append Special nttetitlim ulrpnto nil btHlnennHntruHwIto tbrlr turn CollertluiiN ikii l tin ITtii tlti of friar inal ami lieiil Ktilti Law Sle Itiltcrt Otllcelli I1ecaticAS hull hnu FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTMMU KY Will irnct Itv hl profimlM In Ohio tied ml t Jolnln unity iiml In the Court ul Appeals I Criminal irmtl and Collections n i rtliiltr Ottlce In tliii Herald liullillnit JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY HpMlttl attention rrlvn to rollcctlonimnklnfr utmtrikctn Ac iiUo Noturv 1ulillc fur Ohio coun ty OulcenorthsldepublicequursR Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY 4IrosecutofurOhioM L IIKAVIUN KKMSST WOOIMVAltl HEAVRIN WOOD WA- RDatlaue lHuiTroitn Kr- TJnil practice their profttulon In all the onrtn of Ohio county aol Court of Appeal Hpe toilerlone W H BARNES Attorney at Law V AND COUNTY ATTOUXI5YH- AIITFOHD 4 KT CourtOhioAppeal Strict attention will be given to Cullectlone YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky- Will practlcii hIlt proAao hon In nil the CourlH nl oftlglprtlOlllro over First NiUlonnl limit L ir RHEUMATISMidol Cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c A ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky DoYovTakpQUlnine 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim Lltsmiilurhu Dont Do It Its Dangerous IWI admit it will euro umlarhi but It loavon deadly utter ifliiita HERBINEisto euro malaria sic k K Mlmlii biliousness and till stomach Kidney M 1 liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents tv Bottle All Drutfrflsts I ForSale by J H Williams Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE RKiimirAN and Louisville Heraldt25Ti-lE liKifiHicAN and Louisville Herald 5- 0rni RKPLMILHAN andoulielJourlUll 150 TilE RKiUiuiiAX and New York Tribune 125 IIII RKPIMJIICAX and ThrieeaWeek World 105 HK IxKiimicAN and YellowJackal 125 Iln RuiiinicAx fold St Louis OmbeDemocrat l 5- TilE RKITIMHAX awl Home and Farm 125 Tin RiafiuicAN fled Lippcncotts and Cosmopolitan 325 n Summer atIHot Springs For those who go to Hot Springs Arkansas for the binefit of health the summer is really the best time Her fortunate location high up in the foothills of the Ozark mountains insuresIn cool and delightful climate and physicians are unIt d in the opinion that the waters oreImore beneficial during the summer season One Pare Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip Throughout WRITE the SummelI Geo H Lee I itll Ill Atnlit lltlnliock Ark f I 1M nut GJireI t Constipation makes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by taking FAJ40NShLLYcE ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep they 1 Roses in Your Cheeks Complete Treatment 25c 1 Y e4ld- K at Ill CaIce Pafiola feelciA Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIRTCHIUEU PHAK MACA Co Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky jw X111111 411 1ti11 1 1 ASTONISHING Magneticic Power Developed By a Girl of Twelve St PutcriilinrK or rtilniKo chronicle An account ot a phenomenon ob served in u girl of twelve residing at Vladiknvkos in the Caucasus has been communicated to the Novoe VremynThe is a daughter of a work man named Lubka It is stated that every object which she approaches begins to move If she goes near a dresser with plates upon it they begin to dance washing hung on a line lies off it a bottle standing on a ta I ble is raised In the air and falling i down is broken in pieces and stones lying on the ground leap in the air and fall again The girl is perfectly healthy and laughs at the occurrences called forth on her appearance No one can ex plain them although a number of doctors and professors of physical science have been consulted The childs parents are very poor and wish to send her out to domesticI service but she always loses her pla ces owing to the assertion of ignorant people that she is possessed of a dev and that she should be sent to Fath Ier John of Cronstadt in St Petersburg to have the demon exorcised At present the means are being collected to bring the child to St Peters burg for her marvelous magnetic pow ers to be examined by medical author sties During the Russian Lent when it rained heavily for several days in suc cession those in the house with the girl were greatly surprised to see wa ter constantly pouring on her head and shoulders which were always wet so that she could hardly find time to dry herself When the weather became finer the weird manifestations changed their character Things began to fly about the house and dozens of glasses and plates were broken Once while the girl was sitting with a child in her arms various ob jects such as blankets and pillows flew out of the bassinette which was standing about five feet away They moved however in the direction op posite to that in which the girl was sittingOn another occasion as she was apt proaching a sideboard a glass of oil on the top shelf which she could not reach spilled Itself on her It has been noticed that not only glass and metal but such things as India rub ber boots jump into the air at her apt proachThe correspondent adds The phenomena I have described were al so witnessed by me in my own house 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 pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufacturedby 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 offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circu lars and testimonials Addres F J Cheeney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggests 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con tipation I CASTOR A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signaturo of I + I Gould as a Telegraph George J Gould numbers among his other side accomplishments that of telegraphy He learned the meaning of the dots and dashes when a boy in his fathers office and if ne had toearn his living he wouldbe a fairly good telegrapher The expert telgrapher at the other end of the brokers wire over which Mr Gould sends his messages told him recently Youre now able to hold down a key at about thirty a month And Mr Gould flashed back this answer Do you know of a job thats open at that figure- A private wire connects Georgian Court Lakewood N J with Mr Goulds Broadway office and as Mrs Gouldalso understands telegraphy the two call up each other many times during the course of a day Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual rec ommendation of Dr Kings New Dis covery fur Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with theit trou bles it not ended earlier by fatal ter mination Rend what T K Beallof Beall Miss say Last fall my wife had every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guaran teed by V Wayne Grifiiu Bro druggists Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free- Paradoxical Woman again Judge- I cant understand them at all complained the whitebearded philos opher muttering into his whiskers and shaking his head dolefully What cant you understand ask the man with the pickle nose Women Now my dear daugh ter has had to buy an automobile hab it and seems perfectly satisfied to wear it although everybody knows she has not the automobile habit She has it and she hasnt it mused the picklenosed man That is the answer If you knew women as well as I do youd know those were the facts in the cos Thrown From a Wagon Mr George K Babcockwas thrown from a wagon and severely bruised He applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freelly and says it is the best liniment he ever used Mr Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain Conn There is noth ing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect a cure in onethird the time required by any other treatment For sale balldruggists Useless Fruit Among the useless fruit borne by the tree of knowledge may be men tionedThe agnostic who knows too much to know anything fora certainty The sport who knows only how to lock knowing The criminally insane person who knows that he can get of because he didnt know any better The youth who knows more at fif teen that his father at fifty The man who knows how to make such good excuses that he needs to know nothing else The scholar who knows a great deal but knows not how to use his knowledgeThe bud who knows how to look so charmingly free from all knowledgeThe who knows that his fathers money supplies the place of knowledge in his place The tramp who knows that society owes him a living but knows not how to collect it The officeseeker who knows that OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes a ter out the waste or impurities the blood they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric in the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries jr It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble N If you are sick you can make no mistake by doctoring your kidneys The mild and the effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its Wonderful cures of the distressing cases and is sold on Its merits fiftYIcentes may yourblood in If acid first most sample bottle by mall limo of BwunpRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper wten writing Dr Kilmer fit Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsU JwRcrcoTfJSr1u10 if he knows how to get the right I job he wont need to know how to itThe sensitlonseeker who is Inter ested only in what she ought not to knowThe workman who knows a little of many trades but knows none well The doctor who knows how to diagi nose his patients pocketbook instead of his disease p Oriental Repartee Ililliiileliililii Iresnl- Our standing army began the Jap Hugh Interrupted the Russian in a very little you wont have any standing army Quite so It will be sitting on your army q IMssin 10000 Bill years ago a man ell- I National Bank of Den ver and walked into the office of Da vid H Moffatt the president of the bank He had a battle in his hand that he slid contained nitroglycerine and threatened to blow up the bank unless he was given a large sum of money Mr Moffatt sent for the money and among the bills was one of 10000 denomination Recently the Government called in all 10000 bills and the one given by Mr Moflet is the only one that has not been pre sented for redemption No trace of the man who got the money was ever found Had to be Fair There was told in Milwaukee at the time of the Wisconsin Democratic Convention that money was being handed out A follower of Mayor David B Rose came to Rose and said Dave one of my boys told me last night the opposition were giving out the yel low ones down the street a bit YesRose replied tentatively Yes and it was true too Well what did you do Why I had to be fair I told him to go to the villains and get all he could and split with me True Neighborly Spirit The new Bishop Coadjutor of Al bany the Rev R H Nelson wished to indicate in a recent address the spirit of friendliness and helpfulness that should exist between neighbors Too many neighbors Mr Nel son said resemble a physician and a lawyer who use to live next door to one another in historic German town liThe physician one day asked if he might borrow from a lawyer his edition of Florios Montaigne You are welcome to read the work in my library the lawyer an swered but you cant take it away with you I am sorry to say for I have lost so many books through lending them that I have sworn nev er to let another volume leave my houseThe physician thanked the law yer but of course did not attempt to get through so ponderous a work as Montaigne in the others li braryA week passed and the lawyer came and asked the physician for the loan of his lawn mower I am only too glad to lendyou my lawn mower said the physician though it is my rule never to let it leave my lawn There howeveryou may use it all you please Easily Explained Xew Vurk Tlmvs What did you say was the trouble with my old mans stomach asked an old colored woman of the doctor who had been called in to prescribe for her husband- I said replied the doctor that the most annoying symptom seems to be water brash or pyrosis as we doctors call It He must be more careful regarding the food he eats Dat am just what am the mattah with him pierosis said she Hes the biggest han for pie you eber see He eats most three pieces ebery meal It surely am pierosls he am suffering with For a Sore Corn Rubbing with a little oil of pepper mint it is said will give great relief IMakesCumberland TELEPHONE AND LdoIwith land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is nev er 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11 u w and ill in Hut J Dllar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford las 1 Miller Ji Glenn S T Stevuui nlIl Hocker J HD Car son Jon C Riley Town TrusteesIIHomn Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk IJr S J Wedding W 8 Tlnsley A C Taylor 1 Secret Societies A O U W meets Jut und third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No C7C Ft A Masons flrai Monday night lu each mouth Bough hirer Lodge No 110 Knlghtiot Pythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Pojit ot 0 A R hold reg ular meetings Saturday beforetirstSundayln each month For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing tho nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern dlscovcrlts In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffectsYou depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relievo and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act Ion on tho nerves almost Instantly ro love such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSlclntHS Indigestion Irri tabllity Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not moray do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perso vcrlng In their use you do away with tho cause Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills arc guar anteed that f1rF t package will benefit or your money buck Never sold In bulk DrMileshuhadache caused by catarrh until six years Pillsthome relief Since then I have not hadone hard attack btcuupo I take a Pill dll1lclIltGOOSAeNDEHS Write to us for Free Trial AntlPainfor Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will your tellyou what Is wren and how to right It COLWOItATOIt1L I t I I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 24 FOR RIDING THE GOAT Kansas Man Sues For Injuries Sustained in a Lodge Wichita Kan June 2oS B Phipps has ridden the goat In the the Improved Order of Red Men here and his bill as a jocky is 2825 He filed his suit here this week asking damage in the sum named He alleges injuries received in an initiation last February The defendants are Fred Young Charles Reece Charles Wagner William Walk Olive Martin and Henry SchnitzlerAccording to the complaint of Fhlpps he was taken into the local tribe and was given besides the reg ular work a side degree He declalrs that he trusted implicity in the men who had charge of the work and did everything that they told him to do without so much as questonlng the advisibllity of It While he washing given this degree the Haymakers degreehe was put astride of a wooden object he says and was told tohangon tight and not to let go his hold under any con sideration or on any provocation Then the Wooden object was work ed backward and forward up and down in a most violent manner un til the candidate was most uncomfortable The game wound up by his falling to the floor He struck his face and injuried his head neck nose shouldars and back all at one and at the same time Since then he has been sick sore maimed disordered and has suffered great pain MrPhipps bases his claim for dam ages upon the fact that it requires at least six men to confer the Haymaker degree of the Red Men in a safe and proper mannerIn his casehe saysthe defendants were guilty of negligence in that they sent but four men to 1manage the affair The inference is drawn that the goat was a particular vicious oae and that while four men might handle It when it had been worked hard yet when It was feeling good two more were needed Fall Session The Fall Session opens August 30 1904 Write now for catalogue Ad dress H H Gherry President South ern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky In Memory- Of Lena Viola Sullenger who departed this life June i8th 1904 She was one of those beautiful quiet Christian characters that makes this world brighter and better by living in it She suffered many long months but in all her afflictions she was perfectly resigned to Gods will Her last days on earth were like a beautiful star seemingly to shine brighter be fore she faded here to shine in the glory world A few hours before her departure although very weak she sang that song of songs Jesus Lover of My Soul and the beautiful words as they floated out on even ing air were as soft and gentle as the touch on angel we shall miss her here but in the great beyond we shall meet where farewells are not spoken Sister Sullenger was an obedient dutiful child a faithful loving wife a patient kind gentle loving mother She leaves this side the river of of death a mother two sisters three brothers a husband and three chil dren Her father and three sisters had preceeded her to the glory world How sweet It is and what consolation to those left behind That they sor row not as others sorrow who have no hope May the protecting hand of God hover over those motherlesslchil dren may His all seeing eyes guide them until at last they strike moth ers hand on the golden shore And the bereaved husband God help him to feel the responsibility resting upon him May Gods grace be given him in such a measure as to enable him to live mthat he with his wife and chil dren may at last be an unbroken fam ily in that beautiful world of light and toher mother sister Barnett you will not have to tarry long on their sldefor you brush thejdews oil Jordans bank the crossing must be near You shall meet again those you have loved andjlost a while Sisterpbrothers meet her where the surge brease to roll Sister Sullengers life hardly had reached the hilltop before the sun set Born September 29th 1851 died June u 13th 1904 aged 35 yearsiS months 15 days May we die the death of the righteous and may our end bs like hers Another soul redeemed from death and sin And as from earth the spirit passed away to dwell forever in the realms of day Those who were left to mourn could almost hear the strains of heavenly must strike the ear And to their longing eyes by grace was given In such a scene as twere a glimpse of heaven J W C u RENDER June 21Mr and Mrs John S Spence and nieces Misses Icle Harden and Jessie Daniel are attending the Worlds Fair at St Louis at this writingMr E Harper of McHenry is filling his place during Mr Spences vacation Mr Paul Woodward moved from Beaver Dam Into our little village last Saturday Mr Woodward has accepted a position as clerk in the C C I Co store at this place and we are much pleased to have him with us- Mrs McDowell Fair visited rela lives In Hartford last week Mr Dan Autmlre has returned from a business trip to Rison Ark Mr and Mrs H E Harper visited friends in Hartford last Sunday Mr W S Vick of Owensboro was in this city yesterday on business Messrs T R Todd of Louisville P J Quinlan of Paducah and EdI Massbarger of Louisville were In this city yesterday on business Dr and Mrs H B Innes were in Hartford Saturday- Mr and Mrs Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines were visitors at Mr and Mrs George Smiths last SunI dayMr George T Tinsley and family were visiting relatives In Centertown SundayMr H Richardson of Louis vllle was in this city yesterdayI Mr Tom Morgan of Beaver DamI was in Render Monday on business Messrs Joe James and Walter Blackburn were in Leltchfield Sun dayMr George W Tilford the city marshal of Rockport was in townI Saturday on businessIW C Overton Jr of Rockport was in Render yesterday Mr Robert Mitchell of P01derlyI was here last Saturday the guest relativesRev S Maddox and Miss Amy Maddox of Rockport were the guests of relatives in this city Tuesday Misses Lucye James and Lonle Fisher were in Beaver Dam TuesI dayDr J T Slaton the painless dentist of Louisville is in this city for a few days Prof and Mrs V M Moseley have return d from a two weeks visit with i relatives in Hancock and Davless countiesMiss Stogner of Glennvllle Ky is the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Carter at this writing Mr Joe Smith of Williams Mines Misses LouieFlsherand Ethel Thorpe were the guests of friends in Paradise and Drakesboro last Sunday Misses Anna Milliard and Mattle Stevensvislted friends at cholsKy last Saturday and Sunday They report a delightful time Mr Ed T Brown has gone to Knoxville Tenn where he will attend school Ed has many friends here that wish him much success Mr Hugh Jones is in Central City this week Mr Wilson Russell formerly city marshal of this place has been on the sick list for over a month An ice cream and box supper will be given here in school ball on tomorrow night Saturday June 25 for the benefit of Render Union Sunday school Everybody come out and help a good cause Send Your Boys and Girls to School Young students given personal at tention Send for Catalog and Journal Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky CENTERTOWN- L M Phipps wife and daughter Madge are with us again after visiting relatives in Nashville Tenn Mrs J M Carters sister of Mc Henry visited here this week N E James and M E Woodward spent last Saturday and Sunday the guests of the family of V P Brown near Point Pleasant- S M James and daughter Annie e visited S R James Rockport Sun dayE M Morton and wife have returned from the worlds fair Warner Drake Is recovering slowly from his recent illness Warren Lindley Mittanzas visited Dr B F Tichenor this week Jesse Rowe Livermore was here this week on business W L Brown Fairest was in tows this week on legal business- J S Dexter is on the sick list Our city dads are making arrangements to survey and widen our streets aud then make good pave ments FORDSVILLE KY June 22Mrs Helen Walker Is visiting in Rochester this week Dr Alva Jones wife and mother were the guests of Mr and Mrs C L Huff of Sulphur Springs Monday Mr E W Smith of Dundee was the guest of his sister Mrs Patti Stidum Sunday Miss Stella Miller of Owensboro is visiting friends and relatives hereThe Ideal Entertainers give an en tertainment at the college hall Satur day night It was highly enjoyed ball that were present MrsJ J Tilford and son Paul at tended Loretto College commencement where her daughter Miss Flora has been attending for the past year Miss Rhee Shrewsbury has returned to her home in Caneyville after a weeks visit to friends and relatives hereMiss Mamie Jones and Mr Dee DeHaven were the guests of Miss Leona Smith Sunday afternoon Mr Billie Mitchell and little daughter Pearl of Olation visited relatives near town Sunday Mr James Carter of Narrows was in town Saturday Miss Rosa Harl of Vanzant who has been visiting her cousin Miss Clida Matthews for the past week re turned home Monday Mr and Mrs Roy Armendt of Narrows who have been visiting Mrs Armendts parents Mr and Mrs M L Jones have returned home BEDA June 22Rev Harned Caneyville filled his regular appointment at the P Church Sunday and spent sever days here visiting its members Mr Hosea Shown and family visit ed Mr and Mrs George Hlcky near Hartford Saturday and Sunday Mr Ambros Miller and son Tol bert went to Owensboro Monday with tobacco Mr Llndsey Bennett and little granddaughter Etta are visiting in Livermore this week Sir W H Park Andersonvllle visited his mother Mrs Nancy Park Sunday who is no better at this writ IngMr Will Chamberlain and family Livermore are visiting Mr Peter Shown and family near here Miss Davis Beaver Dam is visiting Misses Ira and Bessie Shown Miss Roena Hudson is visiting Mm Alva Carter near Concord Miss Mabel Ashby who has been visiting relatives in Owensboro has returned home Miss Dena Hudson spent Wednes day with Miss Mary Parks Hazel Marie the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Bennett died Tuesday morning and was bnrted Wednesday morning in the Sunny Side cemetery at this place quite a number of relatives and friends were presentMrF BiBidwell and wife Matauzas Rev Bean and Mr E Crabtree Hart ford attended the burial of Mr J W Bennetts infant daughter Tuesday Childrens day exercises will be held at Shinkle Chappel church Sun jay Enter School Mention course wanted when you write for our Catalogue Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Busi ness College Bowling Green Ky Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 2129 directed to me which issued from the cletks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of L Moses Co against J B McDaniel I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4th day 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 following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plnlntfia debt Interest and cost to One lot of ground in Horse Branch OhiocountyKy and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner asA Bradleys lot in Railroad Companys line thence East with the Railroad Companys line 200 feet to a stone thence south 150 feet tot stone thence west 200 feet more or less to jas A Bradleys corner thence a north course 150 feet to the begin ring running with Jas A Bradley line and being the same land pur chased from G C Miller on Junuar 20 1898 and deed recorded in des book 25 page 542 Levied upon as the property of J B McDaniel Sale will be made upon a credit of 3 months bond with approved ss curlty bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per nnnnm from day of sale and having the force and eflec of a replevin bond Witness my hand this June 15 1904 C P KKOWM S O C 48t3 By S O KEOWN D S You Should Attend the Souther Normal School Because it has established reputation unexcelled facilities rnagnificen buildings reasonable rates faculty of specialists modern methods splendid equipments moral surroundings thorough course large library complete organization Christian stu nent body healthy location fixer policy Catalogue and full information sent on request Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling Green K- yExcursion RatesF- or 4th of July One Fare Plus 25 cents Within 200 Mlles Via Big Four Route Tickets sold July 2 3 and 4 I Return Limit July 15 1904 I For full information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call onI agents Big Four Route It or the undersigned j WAIIIIKN 1 lYSril s iiTisiivnl Act iiI TArincluniitl lotilhTlllr Ky Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m dally via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and HI Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect daily 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 Tuesdays 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 K- yCan You Figure 200Given AvvayTO CUSTOM KHS OK Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gifts First nearest Guess 500 Second 250 Third 100C Fourth SOt Next 55 fi nesses each 200 1 100 I Total 200UC 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 oi 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 nowl The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc Worlds Fair Short Line j SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 880 a m doily Arrive St Louis i3G p ni daily- Solid through train from LouiBi1le- with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m flatly Arrive St Louis 732 a in daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ers All trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with Wabaeh Suburban service direct to the Worlds J air Grounds Low Excursion Rates Will be announced soon P E eARn Pa encer and Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A J CKONE Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C H HuNHKiironn District Pas eenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Agent rft Louis Mo Passenger BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUISlIlIF Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW HailroalTrack and- ItlllililltIt WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleepier Cars elegant Coache with High Buck Seats Complete Illustrated Fold jerof the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send JOe Silver fur copy of the Worlds Fair March Fur niNK tlnif ut trnltii Slifin nr Itrcrr rntlnnx Ktr rail nn any Ticket AKfiit or nil ilnH O I HHAKTV lirirt Im Awnt llnrlnnntl Ohio or K N IIUOWN nA IoulrlllvyCAATORIII Bean thetheKind You HIM Alwjj Band Blgaitnro 1l cf JIt j Indianapolis I Peoria I I JAnilI and Michigan ClevelandIBuffalo New York i + Boston T And All Points East Jiiforination cheerfully furn A I nshetlon njiplication nt City Ticket ufKce Four Route INo 2rl JSGenl Agt Passenger DeptI IItJuiiIe Ky ROUGH RIVER I TELEPHONECOMPANY I iSCOKPOUiTKII l 9 V ITalk being cheap and necessary patronize home folks where you can buy your own phoncn rand i be inbuild your own ltlllfAnd talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by I only paying n reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be At the whole expense if with all In you say so We connect dependent Companies For particu i lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky I n I n I Real Estate BargainS i Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2 500 I 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 I 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres s miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 2 J4 miles from Hartford fjooo r II A house and two acres of ground I adjoining Hartford 55 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted S Ae Anderson Dealer in Real Estate I HAIITKOIID KY 4444144444441f44ftF444S1 FieF4F3 hp4i44i h4 +444f1FM- it i I Flour and Meal ff iI+ For tho next oO days we will sell Flour ni 11Ieu1at iI wholesale prices to the retail trade We can and will 3 sell you Flour from 5cents to 100 cheaper on the i i barrel than you can buy it anywhere else in Ohio t county Wo can and will sell you 011Lashio led buhr It i4 ground Corn Meal made of the very best white corn t rl lor from 5o to 15e less on the bushel than you can buy tIi miller Mr P T Proflit of Virginia to take charge of + our grinding department and he is a gentleman of the t linost type and knows how to and will treat you lihtt f j we want all the custom trade we can get and will give 3 as much Flour for a bushel of wheat as any other mill I It Farmers Dont Forget This And we give good f Four too for we do not intend to grind anything hutE I good sound wheat Please dont bring us any other ir kind of wheat but good wheat We are always in the t market for good wheat and pay the highest market prices for it So Mr Farmers when you thrash your new crops of wheat and you have any to sell dont forget that you can sell it to us for Spot Cash and the ii highest market price AVe pay Gush and sell liar cash or its equivalent 4YcurS Retifrow rrr111yI 4 L Dundee ++ + +++++++++ I++++++++++++M+M+I +