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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d flqrnblftanrn Fine Job Work Specialty Ir IT IS NEW yor WILL FIND IT IN TilE HEPlBLICAN Subscription I a Year 1904r No50 I CAREERENDEDIr I John W Marks Passed Away at His Home at Louisville Tobactfto co Business In This County P 1 4 John Marks one of the best known men In the leaf tobacco trade In Louisville died at his home one mile east of Anchorage about i oclock Monday I afternoon aged sixty years They cause of his death was blood poison H He had been confined to his home for Clt two weeks and his condition was such in that death was expecte- dn n Marks was a member of the leBaptist faith and was one of the tr founders of and contributors to the If building of the Highland Baptist r churchHe been In the tobacco busl r ruse all his life His first enterprise was in Hartford this county where he entered business before be entered his majority and for several years V was one of the most prominent traders of this section In this county he dealt only in the loose leaf grade purchasing his tobacco direct from the farmers He was a member of one of the first firms to build a hand ling plant and warehouse In which the loose leaf was prepared for the breaks in Louisville and Cincinnati r After several years of profitable bust ness In Hartford Mr Marks moved tot Owensboro He formed a partnership with Mr John Reinhardt and r the firm was known as Reinhardt Marks For ten years it was one of the largest purchasing agents in the Owensboro section and the annual d shipments have only been rivaled at present by the Continental To bacco company Twenty years ago Mr Marks went to Louisville from Owensboro where he had one of the largest export trades ever handled by a single man He catered mainly to the Hngllsh trade and purchased and shipped millions of pounds each year When the Lou isville Leaf Tobacco Exchange was organized sixteen years ago he was one of the first inspectors elected by that body and this position he held until his death He has always been a recognized authority upon the quality and value of the weed and ij fwas one of the most familiar figures about the Louisville breaks His sunny disposition and charming per sonality always made him a welcome visitor at any of the warehouses and a chorus of smiles or hilarious laugh ter was always left in his wake Resolutions of Respect- At a regular meeting of Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pyth ias held In castle Hall June 28 1904 the following resolutions were unani mously adopted WHKRKAS This lodge has learned sj with deep regret of the death of Mrs Lena Viola Sullenger sister of our Brother Knight S T Barnett there fore be it resolved That this lodge extend to Bro Bar nett and the family of the deceased the sympathy of our members We realize that the memory of her gentleness purity and love must b and re main the greatest consolation left ber bereaved relatives and friends but we desire to assure them of our sym pathy In their Irreparable loss kJResolved that a copy of these reso lutions be give to THE HART + ORD REPUCUCAN and to the Hartford Herald for publication and that a copy of same be spread on the records of this lodgeJ GLENN E M WOODWARD Com BUN D RINGO j Uncle Billy Foster Dead Last Tuesday nightat the homeof his son Mr J P Foster of No Creek Mr William Foster Uncle Billy as 4 a most people knew him died after a lingering illness of several months Funeral services conducted by Rev 4 4EM Crowe were held at No Creek church Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock after which interment took place at the Carson cemetery Uncle Billy was nearly eightytw years old and his death marks the close of a quiet and eventful life He was born in Ireland and came to this country with his parents in early boyhood They settled In Penn sylvania In early manhood Mr Foster left his Pennsylvania home and came to Kentucky soon after which he was married to Susan Ben nett and settled iu the No Creek neighborhood where by Industry and economy he accumulated a reasona ble portion of this worlds goods Five children four girls and one boyblessed this union A few years before the middle point In his career was reached he lost his wife A few years later he married a sec ond wife Miss Jane Carson To this union five children all boys were born All of his children except one survive him and all of them except Dr Alexander who is in Europe were present at his funeral and bur ialUncle Billy lived on his farm in the No Creek neighborhood until about 1890 when he sold it after which he lived at Beaver Dam Cen tertown and Hartford His demise marks the end of along and eventful life of a truly good man GENERAL INTELLIGENCE A Chicago woman dispondent and no longer able to provide food and shelter killed herself and her three small children after bathing them and dressing them in clean night clothes IIer husband was recently committed to an insane asy lumIt is reported that the Morman Church Is acquiring other vast tracts of land in Mexico for colonization pur pose in order that converts may not be compelled to seek homes In Utah It Is said a quiet campaign is under way to secure the Democratic vice Presidential nomination for Marshall Field Chicago John R McLean is also mentioned Police Judge Riley of Lexington had a negro boy whipped on the pub tic square Tuesday for destroying property One thousand persons wit nessed the whipping The homecoming flag of the battle ship Kentucky which was presented to the State on Kentucky day at the Worlds hair was Tuesday sent by ex press to Frankfort The flag has at tracted much attention at the Ken tucky building According to the Governments report for the past week much damage was done in the extreme Northwest ern States by frost Rain badly need ed in Ohio valley Wheat harvest ing has made good progress In the middle States The oats crop is promising Cotton is small but har dy and well cultivated and will come out with reasonable rain Tobacco is making a good start in all sections For Sale One eighthorse Traction Engine Good as new Call on or address- C W MORGAN I Maxwell Ky OASTOBXABears theThe Kind You Have AWiys BOB ii Signature of Says His Klondike jGold Was Stolen Philadelphia June z9Walter Scott who Is home In New York reported to the police today that he had been robbed of 12000 dollars in gold while on a Pullman car between Pittsburg and Harrisburg CAIiITORXABean Haw Always Bought 8 thoCt T Child Killed by Lightning Smiths Grove Ky June agrThe residence of Clay Johnson near Polk yule was struck by lightning and Julia a tenyearold child was killed while other members of the family were severely shocked t JEALOUS RAGE Led Robert Mathley to Kill Owensboro Woman And Fatally Wound RivalMur derer Found at Side of Wom an He Had Killed Owensboro Ky June 28Insane from a spree of two weeks dura Lion and driven to madness by the thought that his paramour was false to him Robert Mathley sent a bullet crashing through Emma Wat kins heart at the home of William Warren on West Cherry streetshort ly before 9 oclock Sunday night Turning on her cousin James Greg son Mathley8 supposed rival the desperate man fired a bullet into hid abdomen mortally wounding him his death resulting at 146 oclock Monday morning at the city hospital Mathley was arrested shortly after his fiendish crime while seated calm ly at the side of the seventeenyear old girl whom he bad murdered He was placed in the county jail and on Monday was arraigned before Judge Stlrman and his examining trial will be held on Saturday Whether the crime was the act of a man Insane or the deed of a man seeking revenge for unrequited love were questions which have been discussed from ev ery viewpoint When Mathley was being taken to the jail Sunday night he frankly told the officers that he had no reason for his acts that he went to the house prepared to kill both the young woman and Gregson Monday the entire afialr bad faded from Mathleys mind and it wax an entire blank regarnlng the tragedy He reiterated time and again that he had no recollection of the crimes and when told that Gregson his second victim had only a short while to live his only remark was Poor fel lowThe crime is shocking in its every detail The parties to it however from past reputations appear to be a I tough lot and therefore the feeling Is not so intense on account of the revolting charges against those figuring in the tragedy MillerJones- On Wednesday evening at 830 oclock at the home of the bride in Taylor Mines Mr Robert H Miller wag united in marriage to Miss Lil lian Jones Rev E W Coakley was the the officiating clergyman and a large number of friends were present to witness the culmination of loves youthful dream Mr Miller has been for several years one of the most popular and successful teachers of the county He will also graduate in one more year from the Franklin school of Os teopathy where he has been a student for the past two years during the In terim between school terms He is a young man of ability energy and pos sessing a high moral scene and his possibilities are not limited The bride Miss Jones is an accom plashed young lady possessing the beauty and attainments necessary to make her a general favorite in the community in which she lives THE REPUBLICAN wishes to con i gratulate both of the young people and express the wish that their sun of happiness may never set STEAMER DORIC Bound for Hong Kong June 5 1904EDITOR REPUUUCAN Among our cabin passengers we have twelve teachers for the Insular service Three of these start at 1000 per an num and the others at 900 I am on of thelucky ones There Is one more lucky than all the rest who has a brave young wife to share his toil She expects to either teach music o stand an examination over there for teacher We have also in the Civil Service class one man in the forestry department and a stenographer A total of fifteen for Civil service out of fortythree firat class passengers We have one Jap by name of Lof fin from Yokohoma He is a youug college boy from a California school We have a Missionary and family for Kobe We have a lady going to Shanghai to marry some one who is waiting for her She is a very handsome charming young woman and seems to heartily enjoy the trip I merely mention this young womans case so if any of the friends of the twelve bachelor teachers aboard may wish to visit Manila in this way they may have a precedent We have for the literary a library for the musical a piano for the ath letic a punching bag ands ping pong table and for the swimmers a big canvas tank We all take turns at shuefflboard talking and walking Like Old King Cole still merry we will be- The Doric is of the White Star Line of Liverpool We touch at Honolula Tuesday the seventh YoursJ B a CHOKED NEARLYTO DEATH Caught Her Clothes on Picket Fence and Hung for Hours Central City Ky June 27Avery distressing accident occurred here at half past two oclock yesterday after noon in which the little threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Black burn who live on Second street came near losing her life She escaped from the house unnoticed by her mother and attempted toclimb a fence into an adjoining yard when her clothing caught on a picket and she was unable to extricate herself The family soon missed her and a search was instituted but it was sometime before she was located by an older sister when she was almost choked to death A physician was summon ed and remained with her until i oclock this morning but little hope was held out for her recovery until 10 oclock this morning when she re gained consciousness and it is now thought she will recover Charged With Desertion Wayne McGhee was arrested at Ow ensboro Monday night charged with deserting the U S army He was taken to Fort Thomas Tuesday where he will have to face the mili tary court on the serious charge ol desertionHe in service in Hopkins coun ty during the mining trouble there a few years ago He deserted the ranks some time in last January McGhee is well known in and about Hartford where he lived for a number of years JINGO June 28Rev Danks filled his reg ular appointment at Concord Saturday and Sunday John L Allen and wife Prentis vis ited in this neighborhood Saturday Albert little son of J A Howard is quite sick at this writing Miss Iva Vance who has ben ill for sometime is able to be out again to the delight of her many friends Miss Ethelyn Jones has gone to St Louis to the Worlds Fair Mrs Hester Ann Wright of Black Rock Ark is visiting in this her old home neighborhood A number of young folks from here went to Sbinkle Chapel Sunday to attend chlldrens day service The Ice Cream supper at Marvins Chapel Saturday night was a grand success a SMALLHOUS June 2gQuite a large crowd as sembled at the Smallbous Baptist church to pay the last tribute of respect to Mrs G H Lawrence on Wed thatedreaded disease consumption alter a lingering lllnes of several months She leaves a loved husband three severalrsisters to mourn her loss besides a host of relatives and friends But they mourn not as those who have no hope She had made that peace with her God that never fails and was ready to go when the summons came After funeral services by Dr W P Bennett her body was laid to rest j In the Equality burying ground by the side of her infant who had gone I two years before to that better land By her death the church has lost a faithful member the husband a true and devoted companion and the dear children a loud and loving mother Mrs Lawrence was the wife of Rev G H Lawrence who has the sympa I thy of the community In his sad loss I Rev Ollie Weir filled his regular appointment at Smallhons Saturday Rev W P Bennett filled the appoint ment Sunday Rev Oldham preached an interest ing sermon last Sunday afternoon I Rev Taylor will preach in the I Smallhous church the first Sunday in July at 4 oclock p m The protracted meeting will begin at Smallhous church the fifth Sun day in July at early candlelight Misses Alice Sharp Nelson Creek Blanche Muir Central City Mr and Mrs S L Fulkerson Rockport and Rev O L Weir were the guests of Mr Bob Fulkersons family Saturday night and SundayIMiss Nora Bennett of Mataczas is the guest of her cousin Miss Debbie Taylor Mr and Mrs Lennie Everly were the guests of Mr and Mis P B Tay SundayMr Mrs Lum Jones and Mr and Mrs Monroe Jones were the guests of Mrs Jennie Balls Sunday Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway and little Miss Maude went to Beda SuuI day Mr and Mrs Dave Igleheart were in our midst SundayIa Annual Sunday School Convention The Ohio County Sunday School Convention will be held at Beaver Dam Ky Sunday July 10 1974 be ginning 930 a m All teachers officers and friends of the Sunday School are cordially invited and earnestly requested to attend Every Sunday School in the county should see to it that they are represented by two or more of their best Sunday School workers Come early and stay the convention through aad you will be greatly benefitted Those on program are expected to b = on bandIPROGRAMME i 930Round Table The Vital r Problems in Sunday School Manage ment and Teaching For those who can and will come this early this will be one of the most helpful exercises of the day 1000 Devotional Ser vice 1020 Address Manhoods Morning T J Morton 1040Con ference Teacher Trainingled by State Worker i Needed qualifica ingLeadI mayI INERVOUS Miss Cella Harrington 303 Second avenue Detroit Mich writes Weakness has filled many monthi of my life with suffering Through carelessness I caught a severe ccld two years ago which settled In catarrh and serloo ly interfered with the regular functions of the body and made me nervous and irritable I began taking Peruna and found In it a faithful helper as it en riched my blood and invigorated the wholo system J have no pains now and am always well Female weakness is generally de pendent upon catarrh of the polvlo organs Peruua cures catarrh wherever locatedAddress Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio tor tree literature A P Taylor 10 minutes 2 Train ing CoursesS D Taylor 10 ruin utes 3 Reading CoursesLeader 10 minutes 4 Other SourcesAu dience 10 minutes 5 Address to Sunday School PupilsLeader to minutes J t40Appointment of Committees Report of County Officers 1200 Noon Intermission 30Song and Prayer Service 145 Address Bringing in the Sheaves Joe Foster 210 Address Our State WorkState Worker 240Offering 315 Round Tables Sunday School Management and Teaching Especially for those who feel the need of help and are willing to stay till four oclock to get it E W PATTERSON County President A C TAYLOR Undertaker and Embalmer Carries a full Line of everything found in a first class Undertaking Establishment in his house re cently 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 Director and Embalmer Beaver Darn Ky I liI BROAD ENOUGH FOR ALL Republicans in a Strong Plat form Recount Some of The Democratic Misrules Following Is the platform adopted by the Republican National Conven tion at Chicago June 22 Fifty years ago the Republican patty came Into existence dedicated among other purposes to the great task of arresting the extension of hu man slavery In 1860 It elected Its first President During twentyJour of the fortyfour years that has elapsed since the election of Lincoln the Re publican party has held complete control of the Government For eighteen more of the fortyfour years It has held partial control through the possession of one or two branches of the Government while the Demo cratic party during the same perled has had complete control for only two years This long tenure of power by the Republican party Is not due to chance It Is a demonstration that the Republican party has commanded the confidence of the American reopleI for nearly two generations to a degree never equaled In our history and has displayed a high capacity for rule an3 government which has been made even more conspicloue by the inca pacity and Infirmity ofpurpose shown by its opponents The Republican party entered up on Its present period of complete supremacy in 1897 We have every right to congratulat ourselves upon the work since then accomplished foi It has added luster even to the tradi tions of the party which carried the Government through the storms ol the Civil war Democratic Ruin Hulc We then found the country after four years of Democratic rule In evil plight oppressed with misfortune and doubtful of the future Public credit had been lowered the revenues were declining the debt was growing the Administrations attitude toward Spain was feeble and mortifying the standard of values was threatened and uncertain labor was unemployed I business was sunk In the depression which had succeeded the panic oi 1893 hope was faint and confidence wasgoneWe these unhappy conditions vigorously effectively and at once We replaced a Democratic tariff law bassed on free trade principles and garnished with sectional protection by a consistent protective tariff and industry freed from oppression and stimulated by the encouragement of wise laws has expanded to a degree never before known has conquered new markets and has created a vol ume of exports which has surpassed Imagination Under the Dingley tar iff labor has risen and all industries have revived and prospered- We firmly established the gold standard which was then menaced with destruction Confidence return ed to business and with confidence an unexampled prosperity Restored Public Credit For deficient revenues supple mented by improvident issues of bonds we gave the country an in come which enabled us only four years after the Spanish war had closed to remove one hundred millions of annual war taxes reduce the public debt and lower the interest charges of the GovernmentThe which had been so lowered that in time of peace a Democratic administration had made large loans at extravagant rates of Interest in order to pay current ex penditures rose under Republican administration to its highest point and enabled us to borrow at 2 per cent even in time of war Hndcd CuboH Miseries I We refused to palter longer with the miseries of Cuba We fought a quick and victorious war with Spain We set Cuba free governed the Island for three years and then gave it to the Cuban people with order restored with ample revenues with education and public health established free from debt and connected with the United States by wise provisions- for our mutual interests We have organized the Government of Porto Rico and Its people now enjoy peace freedom order and prosperity Peace in Philippines In the Philippines we have suppressed Insnrrectione8tablishod order and given to life and property a se curity never known there before We have organized civil government made it effective and strong In admin istration and have conferred upon the people of those Islands the largest tarwt- aattmAger What are your friends saying about you That your grayI hair makes you look oldcAnd yet you are not Postpone this lookingfortyI Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfiedIAyer lUIr restored the ntturM color to my KNIT halrlRnd 1 nm greatly pleased It le alt It MUll Eo J VANDBOAIi MocbanlcsTnle TA a J C AVER CO a avtits ff- fDark Lnwoll Ia M Hair civil liberty they have ever enjoyed By our possession of the Philip 1pines we were enabled to take promp and effective action in the relief of the legations at Pekln and a decisive par in preventing the partition and the preserving of the integrity of China Panama Canal liThe possession of a route for ai Isthmian canal so long the dream 01 American statesmanship is now at accomplished fact The great work of connecting the Pacific and Atlantis oceans by a canal is at last begun and it is due the Republican party We have passed laws which will bring the arid lands of the United States within the area of cultivation Army and Navy We have reorganized the army and put the navy in the highest state ol efficiency We have passed laws for the Improvement and support of the militia We have pushed forward the building of the navy the defense and the protection of our honor and lour Interests Enforcement of Laws I Our administration of the great departments of the Government has been honest and efficient and wher ever wrongdoing has been discovered the Republican Administration hat not hesitated to probe the evil and bring offenders to justice without re gard to party or political ties Laws enacted by the Republican party fail ed to enforce and which were Intend ed for the protection of the public against the unjust discrimination of the illegal encroachment of vast ag gregations of capital have been fear lessly enforced by a Republican Pres ident and new laws insuring reason able publicity as to the operations of great corporations and providing ad ditional remedies for the prevention- of discrimination in freight rates have been passed by a Republican Con gress In this record of achievement during the past eight years may be read the pledges which the Republican party has fulfilled We propose to continue these policies and we de clare our constant adherence to the following principles Protection Cardinal Principle Protection which guards and de velops the industries is a cardinal policy of the Republican party The measure of protection should always at least equal the difference in the cost of production at home and abroad We insist upon the maintenance of the principles of protection and therefore rates of duty should be re adjusted only when conditions have so changed that the public interests demands their alteration but this work cannot safely be committed to any other hands than those of the Republican party To entrust it to the Democratic party is to invite disaster Whether as In 1892 the Democratic party declared the pro tective tariff unconstitutional or whether it demands tariff reform or tariff revision its real object is al ways the destruction of the protective system However specious the name the purpose Is ever the same A Democratic tariff has always been lot lowed by business adversity a Re publican tariff by business prosperity To a Republican Congress and a Republican President this great ques tion can be safely entrusted When the only free trade country among the great Nations agitates a return to protection the chief protective country should not falter in maintain ing it Extension of Trade We have extended widely our for eign markets and we believe In the adoption of all practicable methods for their further extention Including commercial reciprocity wherever re ciprocal arrangements can be tfTectedc consistent with the principles ot protection and without Injury to Amerl can agriculture American labor or any American Industry Oold Standard We believe it to be the duty of the Republican party to uphold the gold standard and the Integrity and valu our national currency The maintenance of the gold standard established by the Republican party can not safely be committed to the Democratic party which resisted It adopt ion and has never given any proo since that time of belief in it or fideli ty to it Aid For Shipping While every other industry has prospered under the fostering aid of Republican legislation Americas shipping engaged in foreign trade in competition with the low cost of con struction low wages and heavy sub sides of foreign Government has not for many years received from tbe Government of the United States ade quate encouragement of any kind We therefore favor legislation which will encourage and build up the American merchant marine and we cordially approve the legislation 01 the last Congress which created the Merchant Marine Commission to in vestigate and report upon this subject A navy powerful enough to defend the United States against any attack to uphold the Monroe Doctrine and watch over our commerce Is essential to the safety and welfare of the American people To maintain such ana vy is the fixed policy of the Republl can party Duties Well Done We cordially approve the attitud of President Roosevelt and Congres in regard to the exclusion of Chines labor and promise a continuance of the Republican policy in that dlrec tionThe civil service law was placed or the statute books by the Republcat party which has always sustained it and we renew our former declaration that it shall be thoroughly and hon enforcedWe mindful of th countrys debt to the soldiers and sail ors of the United States and we believe I in making ample provision for them and in the liberal administration of the pension laws We favo the peaceful settlement internation al differences by arbitration Protection For Citizen We commend the vigorous effort made by the Administration to pro tect American citizens in foreign lands and pledge ourselves to insist upon the just and equal protection of all our citizens abroad It is the un questioned duty of the Governmen o procure for all our citizens without distinction the rights of travel and sojourn In friendly countries and we declare ourselves in favor ol all prop er efforts tending to that end Our great interests and our grow Ing commerce in the Oriental render the condition of China of high im portance to the United States We HEALTH I dont think we could keep bongo without Tbedfotli Dlaofc Draught Wo have ueud It In the fjunilr for over two years with the beat of results 1 have sot had g doctor in the hone for that length of time It lea doctor in Itself and pelllOnnandBODVUlo Ill- Becauec this prwxt medicine relieves stomach pains foeS the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver weak erred kidneys No DtTOR is neCA awry in tho hpme where isktpicountry uule ttoin 111 i thforThedfordsflackDraught ness dyspepsia Clda drills and hrzdachoadiarrhlea ailmentbecauaeliver and kidnaya so nearly ooo trol the health THEDFORDS JAIfDRAUGfIt Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DlpNto what you sat cordially commend the policy pursued inthAt direction of the Administrations of President McKinley and President Roosevelt Care of Htcctivc lrntichisc We lavor such congressional ac tion as shall determine whether by special discriminations the elective franchise In Any State has been un constitutionally limited arid if such is the case we demand that Repre sentatives In Congress and In the Rlectotal College shall be propor tionately reduced as directed by the Constitution of the United States Lahorant1Capita- lCorubinatiunsof capital anti of labor are the results of the economic movement of the ages but neither must be permitted to infringe upon the rights and interests of the people Such combinations when lawfully fomed for lawful purposes are alike entitled to the protection of the laws but both are subject to tile laws andI neither can be permitted to break them Tribute to McKittlcy The great statesman Rna patriotic American William McKinley who was re elected by the Republican par ty to the Presidency four years ago was assassinated just at the threshold of his second term The entire na tion mourned his untimely death andI did that justice to his great qualities of mind and character which history will confirm and reptat The American people were fortunate in his suc cessor to whom they turned with a trust and confidence which have been fully justified Roosevelts jrcut Work President Roosevelt brought to the great responsibilities thus sadly forced upon him a clear head a brave heart an earnest patriotism and high I Ideals of public duty and public ser vice True to the principles of the Republican party and to the policies which that party bad declared he hay also shown himself ready for every I emergency and has met new and vital questions with ability and with suc cess The confidence of the people In his justice inspired by his public caI reer enabled him to render personally an inestimable service to the coun try by bringing about a settlement of the coal strike which threatened such disastrous results at the opening ol the winter of 192 Our foreign policy under his administration has not only been able vigorous and dignified but in the highest degree successful The com plicated questions which arose in Venezuela were settled In such a way by President Roosevelt that the Mon roe Doctrine was signally vindicated and the cause of peace and arbitration greatly advanced Hirt prompt and vigorous action in Panama which we commend in the highest terms not only secured to us the canal route but avoided foreign complications which might have been of a very serious character Policy In Orient He has continued the policy of President McKinley in the orientand our position in China signalized by our recent commercial treaty with the empire has never been so high He secured the tribunal by which the vexed and perilous question of Alaskan boundry was finally settled Whenever crimes against hunan Ity have been perpetrated which have shocked our people his protest has been made and our good officers have been tendered but always with due regard to the international obliga tions 1 Under his guidance we find our selves at peace with all the world and never were we more respected or our wishes more regarded by foreign na tions No Safer Pilot Preeminently successful In regard to our foreign relations he has been equally fortunate In dealing with domestic questions The country has known that the public credit and the national currency were absolutely safe in the hands of his administsa Lion In the enforcement of tle liws he has shown not only courage but the wisdom which understand that to permit laws to be violated or disre garded opens the door to anarchy while the just enforcement of the law is the soundest conservatism He has held firmly to the fundamental American doctrine that all men must obey the law that there must be no distinction between strong and weak but that justice and equal protection under the law must be secured to every citizen without regard to race creed or condition His administration has been throughout vigorous and honorable highminded and patriotic We comI mend it without reservation considerate judgment of the American people ColorsIIColors not only Influence cattle but human beings also On this point some curious experiments were re ported srom Italyas to the effect ol colors on the netves ol the sick and insane In the hospital for Insane at Allesandria special rooms ate arrang ed with red and blue paint on the walls A violent patient is brought suddenly into a blue room and left to the effects of that color on his netves One maniac was cured In an hour an other was at peace in his mind after passing a day in a room all violet The reel room is used for the common est form of dementia melancholy usually accompanied by a refusal to take food After three hours in the steam a patient allllcted In this way began to be cheerful and asked for food A Very Closo Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached andevery nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak soul pale without arty appetite 11111e all run down As 1wa about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters nod after taking it I felt lu well as lever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength anti vigor from their use Try them Statefaction guaranteed by X Wayne CSrilhn el Bros Price 50 cents One Minute CoughCure i For Coughs Colds and Croup Rates Not Excessive St Louis June S I j11 Dtar SirStatements are being widely circulated to the effect that hotels and boarding houses ot this city lire mak ling excessive charges for accommoda tions and also that St Louis jobbers will be overrun with trade and that they will be unuble to give their cur toruers proper attention during the Exposition period We wish to em j phatlcally deny these statements nil of which are absolutely untrue While it may be true that some ot the I larger and more aristocratic hotels have Increased their charges in this particular that they put more than one person in a room there arc hnn dreds ot respectable hotels In St Louis ofleringtsatls rctory nccommo daions at morn one to two dollars pe day for lodging and that there are also hundreds ol restaurants whtch provide excellent meals at from thir tyfive cents upIISTKUSTATP MERCHANTS ASSOCI ATION Safeguard tho Notwithstanding all ChlldronI boards of health and clined persons the death rate among small children is very high during hot weather of the summer months the large cities There is not probably I one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not he cured by the timely use by Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank Riggs ofI Fraukliuaville N Y in epeaking of this remedy said I have found expedient to have a supply of Uhami berlains Cholic Cholera and DiI arrhoea Remedy on hand It has been a family safeguard and while especially beneficial to children it is equally good in adult cater Irec ommend it cheerfully and without reservation For sale hnIl drug gists Middles Not Hard to Guess What culor should a secret be kept I Inviolate What is the superlative of temper tempest What tune snakes everyone ga3 Fortune What nation does a criminal dread CondemnationWhate Iwaste of time The middle of an hourglass What animals are generally brought to a funeral Black kids What Is It that works when it plays and plays when It works A faun tainOf what trade are the President cl the United States Cabinetmakers Why is the fourth of Jury like an oyster Because you cant enjoy it without crackers What Is the difference between ight boots and an oak tree One nakes acorns and the other makes corDS ache ILLINOIS RNfRAh R R BUST 01 TRAIN SHRYICI ti M With DinniK BnfltUtmiry Slcll lung and Reclining Chair Cars ti h ttattiH diiect to the WORLDS FAIR Ticket lCIIlInt t f till KiUr with in Ilytli lUs IltlllLr lniut at tMrit rdttced rite I Coach Excursions to St Louis i1eudit mitl Tlmimlny III June r rites less Hum one Inn for the roiiinl trip Tickets and pMtculais as to sju clfic utter limits and train time It tour home ticket agent- S n VAN MHTUK Anent Deliver ram Kv I 1 II 1111 I X limn t It IIill I r t r n- tllIIr I StII t ir tt BEST FOR THE BOWELSVIf Ton h Tcnt a regular hciibr I1IHm txiwrii rTrjriUr jr u if lit Twill tr ins r lx jrrj a ifvtIentpnc rtlIJenimtMthut ran N m it lwrf rt wy of kiIbe b wfi clear u1ru III tak- oCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY rlua i Ie if I rnL Tae o + C1J NMT 8 kn XVrkkU flirti 1 I- SHCntaprri a WrfrlrceulllIoLt OQ huh AMtrM I Sterling Remtdr Compjnj Chicago or New TeN KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN r + Weak Hearts evet1lonetlon It Is a scientific fact that all cues ot heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indl gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and wells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kwbleof Nevada 0 uyt I hsd stcroscb trouble and was In a Ud stet it I hid hurt troubl ibtonthaKodol DigeiU What You lit nervoulIBottles only SI 00 Slia holding 2K tlmlba trt l sire which telli to SOc by E O DWITT CO OHIOAQO IPreptlred Bow Prompt Fcsttftw Cure Iv tlftp enc tee of fanAoorf Simlnal pnmotorAtrrNsreocsness makecrovaSTRdNOVIqarn r Bonn 5 00 8aI0INetbnllalfedw- ifhearl80 Aadru decor Uuaitt W BOIOLUOMAlt ST LOUIs MCV j Nothing has ever equalled it iNothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings I New Discovery I1IIUN Price 00IIA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung TroublesJiMoney back If It fall V Ill 50 VEARSII rTRADE CnVAIIU MARKSIIAnyone lending n nkctch and ci y quickly ascertain our opinion free whether all CommunitlonutrlctlUIIDdollllnl securmgpatenlaPateutetpettal notke without ehnra0 In the t Scientific American 4eulllllol1earifourmofttheiL 6o1dDdlnefredeelere YorkBlanch II SKETCH OF NOMINEES 1 Brief Review of Careers of 1 I Roosevelt and FaIr- banks Pre Roostveltrenotninnted by the Republicans lor President at Chicago last week was known as one of the most unique figures in American pall He life when he was elected to the 1VicePresidency in 1910 surd succeed the Presidency a year liter w through the dtah of William Me Kinley His diversified and vigor Otis activities hall not only brought him recognition nil advancement in political tie but had won him re nun on the fir l1 of tattle In the Bad Lands ol the West as ranch man hunter nod cowboy and also In the more peaceful pursuits of honors in the literary worll In contravention ul will establish ed tradition concerning national he roe the President was horn in a Mshgteat city His birthplace was in S Halt Twentieth strict New York and the date O tohtl z7 ISSS which t made him the yonngtst President when he succeeded to that high office t years ago His fatherTheodorelje 1 urged to an old and wealthy Knick + r erbocker family and his mother was a deTfmUnt of Archil M Bnlrck first President ol ieorgla during the Rtolllt inllIAs a youth Roosevelt was exceedingly frail from a physical viewpoint Heuti s nt to private whooN during his early school years and prepa ration fur Hatvatd tnivtr ery tul avoid the rough treatment of hoys in the public schools He was a de lfarvanferr and when he graduated from that institution in iSSo his health was very much improved Alter extended travel in Europe K returned to this country studied la v fur a few months mi then plunged at once into tine maelsttom of nit ntctla1 politico He was selected In iSSi an nssMiiblyman I f from the Twentyfirst assembly distract of New York At Albany he was promptly dubbed a silk stocking ind a funk of a pope 8l elect lion Mr Rocssvtlt then but 23 years old soon succeeded In making himself a storm center Ills bust known work in the Legislature at this time WJH in connection with the l pastille of the ats abolishing the tee system in countyyc flicers and in de prvlnji a hoard of adermen ol their veto of the mayors appointments This was a relic ol the Tweed regime In i8S4 Mr Roosevelt went to Chi- cAgo as a delegate to the Republican National Convention He opp sd the nooiinutio of Blaine but when Mr Blaine became the Republican choice Mr Roosevelt fell into line and woiked lot the party candidates success Alter retiring Inirn the Leg islature Mr Roosevelt spent some time at his ranch hr North Dakota In 1886 he was aaln in the turmoil of New York City pllitics Henry I George was a candidate for Mayor Abram S Hewitt was the nominee ol the Democrats Mr Roosevelt was put in the field by the Republicans Mr Hewitt won Roosevelt next attracted notice as a hunttr of big game He delighted in hunting the grizzly bear and other fierce animals of the West President Harrison in 1889 appointed Mr Roosevelt United States Civil Service Commissioner President Cleveland retained him in office al though Mr Roosevelt resigned in 1895 to become President of the New M York Board of Police Commissioners His service as a police commissioner was of a most strenuous type and he was credited with eflsctually stopping the police backmail jf taloon keep eraPresident McKinley appointed Mr Roosevelt Assistant Secretary of the Navy which office he resigned at the outbreak of hcstUUUs with Spain Returning to the Bad Lands Mr Roosevelt organized his famous regi ment of Rough Riders fur service in J Cuba The history of Roosevelt and his Rough Riders during the Santia We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that of a medicine Seor free ample 1 SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409415 Yarn Street NewYork jocandfioo all drugriau t go campaign is well remembered Returning to the United States after the campaign was over Col Roose velt found hltnsjlf already talked of for the Republican gubernatorial nom ination of New York lie was nom nated an1 elected Governor over Augustus Van Wyck the Democratic candidate by 177X6 votes From the Governors chair to the Vice Presidency was but a step nl thoughnn unwilling one for Mr Rorsvelt lie was nominated at Phil adelphia June 21 1900 for the second highest office in the gilt of the people Mr Roosevelt it is salon WJH unwill lug to have his name presented to the convention declaring that he did not desiit the nomination There was A great popular demand fur his nomina tion however and he finally yielded He had served but little more than six months os Vice President when the assassination of President McKinley resulted In his elevation to the execu tive chair Sketch of InlrlMitik A little mote than ten years ago Charles Warren Fairbanks was Hardly thought of ItS a factor in political life Yet in 1892 he was made chairman of the Indiana Republican convention and one year latter received the entire vote ol his party In the Legislature j for the United States Senatorship The vote however wu not large enough to elect In 1X97 hiv election came and scarcely stvsn years after his appearance in Indiana politics he hUllorli1InStates Senator Fairbanks is a native of Ohio having ben born at Unionville Center that State in 1552 He was graduated train Ohio Wesleyan University at the age ol 2 and begun his career as a newspaper man Through the influence of his uncle William Henry South president of the As oclI ated Press at that time he secured a position with that organizitlon at Plttsburg He found time to practice journalism and read law at the same tune and soon after he became a graduate ol law his ability secured for him the position ofsolicitor for the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad His success in corporation law gave him a wide reputation and at the time of his election to the Senate he tvae known as one of the most skillful rail road attorneys and financiers of the WestSoon after his election to the Senate a high compliment was paid to Mr Fairbanks by his appointment as chairman of the United States blanch of the AngloAmerican Joint High Commission The questions that the commission was expected to consider were of the highest importance and their nature was such as to demand not only a profound knowledge ol law but the theory and practice of diplomacy Throughout the trying negotiations of the Joint Commission Senator Fairbanks conducted the case of the United States in such a way as to command the respect of the Brtlsh and Canadian commissioners and to retain their cordial personal regard and good will Mr Fairbanks home is in Indianapolis He also occupies a large house In Massachusetts avenue Washington when Congress is in session Mrs Palibinks is one of the most prominent clubwomen in the country and through that medium is almost ai widely known as her distinguished husband Let me say I have used Elys Cream Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommended it for what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Elizabeth N J I tried Elys Cream Balm and to all appearances am cured ot catarrh The terrible headaches trom which I long suffered are gone W J Hitchcock later Mayor U S Vol and A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause snetzlng Sold by druggists at soc or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York The Spelling Match K K Miller lu the Now York Tilbune Bessie Brown called out the stou redhaired youth who hat won the tossupJim Perkins echoed the tall blackhaired hay who had lost Others names were called in rapid succession until every pupil down to the firstreader tots was on the floorThen the teacher alert decisive quickspoken arose He began at the foot of the linen for the little folks must have at least one chance at a word that they could spell That was his way of making good spellers of them Babaker baktr pip ONE LUNQM- aybe gone and yet the remaining lung be amply sufficient tb sustain a vigor ous vitality As a general thing few peo ple make more use of both lungs than equivalent to a healthy use of one lung These facts are all in the favor of the man or woman with weak lungs even when disease has a strong grip on them ptrsonliving to day has the lungs marked by the healed scan of diseaseDr Golden Medical Discovery makes weak lungs strong It cures obstinate deep seated coughs bronchitis andIor treated find a fatal termination in consumption I linil been trout Inn with IIIHK disease mid pleurisy for a number of war anil the trouble iiad almost chronic tKComeIElam of Ilatl teratof medicine from different pliynicinns without much benefit At last wrote to Dr R V tierce GoldenjI commenced takinir it I had no Appetite my teltl was rundown feelbetterappetite mil inn able to do my work I sin cerely recommend Dr tierces Golden Medical Discovery to all who are afflicted an I was Those who suffer front chronic dis eases arc invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence strictly private Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets assist the action of the Discovery ed a chubby youngster in tones of triumphPopo ker poker sang out a little girl on the other side ad the match was on The teacher wasted no time In ten minutes he was giving out im meteriality Inadvisibiftty and ther manysyllablcd things to a score of the larger students The others had missed and taken their seats Ten minutes more and only a halfdcsn were standing These six had spelled in fine shape over the dreaded last page where caout chouc billetdoux and the other monstrosities abide At length only Bessie Jim and the two choosers were left Coign a place of vantage gave out the teacher Jim was smiling at a girl across the room and in a moment of abstrac tion spelled it coln Co I gn snapped Bessie with emphasis on theG and Jim sat down with a shameface smile The tall blackhaired boy was now alone on his side and must sptll two words to eah of his opponents one He held his own however for the teacher turned backward and forward through the book only to meet with H prompt response toevery challenge The people had lost interest and were talking in whispers Suddenly they hushed and looked at the spellers Bessie had missed missed as simple a word as anno tate and she the best speller In the school Her opponent caught his breath as from a sudden blow and the boy by her side turned and glared at her She sat down with great composure hut with a red race The two leaders were left to fight it out between themselves And well they did it At list his patience was rewarded Risibility was theworld j Rl sa bgan the red haired boy The other raised his hand Si he said and the teacher shut the bookThe looser turned to Bessie You missed that wori on purpose he said angrilySo r suppose she retort ed Then she turned from him to listen to something that the victor was saying to her in a low voice She smiled and nodded while he blushed furiouslyWhat he said was Bessie may I go home with you tonight And he had never dared to say that be fore Whatto do Until the Doctor Arrives- If it is a case of colic or cholera morbus give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy and you will have no need of a doctor For sale at all druggists r Rare Presence of Mind W D Howels from the Universi ty of Oxford who has honored with n doctors degree p a sad Mark Twain at a London dinner party I like to praise Tw in he solid- I praise him often He is a great humoristOnce when he was a pilot on the Mississippi Twain fat with a crowd of men around a wood stove in a village store Presence of mind was be ing discussed and nearly everybody had a story to relate Twain said 11 Boys through my presence ol mind I once saved an old mans life It happened this way I was reading in my room late at night when I strolledout to see where the fire was and soon came to a brick house that was burning hard An old man leaned half way out af the fourth story window and the red fUmes lit up his long white hair and beard Help Help he hol lered Help Help And he waived his arms around his head in wild gestures Everybody in the crowd below seemed paralyzed No ladder was long enough to reach the old man The firemen said if he stay ed up there he would be burned to death and if he jumped he would be crushed flat But I with my presence of mind came to his rescue I rushed for ward and yelled for a rope The rope was brought me I threw the old man the end He caught it I told him to tie it aronnd his waist He did so and I pulled him down Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to finda family where they are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can he lessen ed by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much troubles they save by their great wrk in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Urcs Drug Store CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the1fSignature of Prepare to Teach We offer a ttpeca course of study for teachers Send for catalogue Mention course of study canted Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School Bowling Green K- yPiles Upon Top of Plies Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Which Hazel Salve cures them There are many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine andorigional Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt Co of Chicago a cure is certain H A Tisdale of Summer ton S Csays I had piles 20 years and DeWitts salve cured me after everything else failed Sold by Z Wayne Griffia and Bro DeWftts Hzr Salve For Piles Burns Sores IThat Gastronomic Safety Valve Brown Eitlng alone gives a man dyspepsiaJones Yei it is awfully unhealthy not to have somebody to grumble to when things are not cooked right The pill that willwill fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts Little Early Risers are small easy to take easy and gentle in efiect yet they are so certain in results that no one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from biliousness sick headache torpid liv ar jaundice dizziness and all trou bled ariiag from an inactive slug gish liver Early Risers are unequaled Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro r O 1fdTdRtBeari tiaTheKind YoaHw Always Bought Bignatnn diflo-r Wise Young Man EivlraAnd did he kiss you be fore your chaperon March Oh no He was wise enough to kiss her fir t Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man en during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet of stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Druggists Big Fee It is said that one day when Ros coe Conklin was beginning to attain some measure of success he dropped into the office of Chas OConnor of The Kind You lImo Always Bought ami which has been in use for over 30 years has home the signature of and lilts been marto uiulo his per O T soiml supervision since its infancy t v tSJ UAIIow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imititituis and Justastfood are Imfc Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nol other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishncss It cures Diarrhoea rand AViutl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaTIIc Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS r Bears the Signature of d e The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CCNTAUH COMPANY 77 KUnftAY VTUCCT NCW YORK CITY Ji g 1 It F Harris Positive Pile CureI The Biggest Seller of the Age liciMUsi It cures completely unil at omv It relieves the iung8 of n living death IN of IlleN eon be cared hy n HiirKlviil operation but you would ruttier have Hied IWh without tho knife IlAItlllS1 IMKSITlVi 1IIK ITHK will Jo It Made only by the rimrmatnl Co I Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t New York then one of the leaders of the bar Whats the trouble asked the latter as Conklin excitedly pace the floor Ive just been subjected to the worst insult I have ever received This is the first time a client ever objected to my fee You know I defended Gibbons for Arson and put in some tremendlous work for him He was convicted at the trial but we couldnt help It and I took the case to the superior court and that affirmed the conviction and he has been given ten years Now my fee only amounted to three thous and dollars and the scoundrel actual ly had the audacity to grumble about it saying its too high What do you think of him for impudence Well said OConnor slowly of course you did a lot of work and three thousand dollars is not a big fet hut to be frank with you Mr Conkling my opinion founded on mature consideration is that he might bave been convicted for less money HT Early Risers The famous little pills Strength in Numbers Singleton I understand your wife comes of a very old family WedderlyWell it isnt so old but it is awfully numerous Weak Hearts Aee caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or it you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expandsswells and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart and VORMSl shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the final result Kodol Dyspepsia cure digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body Sold by Z Wawne Grit fin Bro Paregoric of Words Success ignorant old man attended a IAn funeral in honor ot an American I statesman In describing it later to his wife his enthusiasm moved him I to say Arabilla It was grand It was I the most glowing paregoric of words I have ever nad casiou for to listen to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certin to be needed in almost every home before the sum mer is over It can always be de pended upon even in the mast severe and dangerous case It is especially valuable for summer disorders in chil nevernot buy it now It may save your life For sale by all Druggists Now They Dont Speak I think that Mrs Van Rnxton Is just horrid What now dear Why I told her I had been tak- Ing up carpets and was worn out What then Why the mean thing said ahehad often remarked that I looked thread bare WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEMoitln Quatitr B illa Quality For 20 Years Has Ltd ill Worm RmsdIssareosa DT axx nnVGrGoXTPrepared br JII JAMES F BALLARD St to For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky ++ + 110 + +++ ++++ ++ ++ + + +++ + JuI + H+ i FEMACURA I t tlllltit- i + KHMAiTHA A single trial will convince till mot keitlinl of Its amo t nil fniciiloiiK iMirntlve IOWTK Made only hythelUlICllFIHIUIIlltMAtLPt bM I tieForsale ly + J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t tl + + + + + +++++ + ++ ++ + + t + + + 1 0 Hartford Republican issued bj too Hartford riiblNliliiRCorapnn IIiCOIIIolLn C E S1IITJIFdllor orccrn =o Comb rlonl 34 Rough SXlrrer i 33 Advertising Rates Ldtn notice 10 rent per Hue llrnt IriMrtl lied live cents etch anhswIwont Insertion Jtoplny Pet pfrlnrli 1 Inaction Insertion ronwciitlvrly l 1 teplnv Ml per Inrli a month le 1 7 I 1i 1I11IlltfotIIIlnh t IOlIlItb7n tI I Olilttinry and Mmnorv hot Mrr nut rint a wllrl i nr nil ovtr 111 word InIi nut + t II 1111111111 aMnniorlpt or tin nitHi will lie cut ilown tll Se ri iilreil limit tit uliltinirv poetry nil ut n word Ciii1i W tin Job Irllitlfiir from u1IPnprst to htTrttt exiceilliiBlr lo- wFRIDAY JULY I T ANNOUNCEMENT roil lAIIKIt- Vt sire mitliorlied to iiniiiiiiiin lAMIS 1 JJOUTON UK n nuidlliite for the ollkv of 11I1If Dl Ohio IomitT Hiilijfrf to tlic notion of the H nblletn party TilE Ohio County Institute will be held in Hartford July 18 to 22 inclu1 jive JUDCE JAMKS HAIUMS chief ii atigator of feuds in Bloody Breath itt demands the arrest of his opponents with promptitude that leaves no room for criticism TUB New York genius who has invented a device for measuring the pressure of the wind will have a I chance to test his machine at the Democratic convention at St Louie IK Governor Beckham is to be offered at the St Louis Democratic con Tontion as Vice Presidential candi tlnte why not head the ticket withI good man in the person of Jack Chinu YELLOW Journals sharply criticisec Kepublicas for admitting delegate ironi the Philippine Islands to the National convention at Chicago I1 It proposed by Democrats to admit jix delegates from Porto Rico to the St Louis convention The Philip pine country is a part of the United States acquired at the same time and by the same treaty that Porto Rico t ions Why not recognize the citizens of Uncle Sams domain impartially Thats the do busi JJ cssIONE of the greatest traversities on justice that was ever enacted as the outcome of a supposed or pretended Indicia hearing was the unseating of Judge John M Galloway the duly i tkctcd Judge of the Eighth Judicial district and the seatingof oee B w1 Bradburn No aane reason was as signed for the excessively partisan de rision and none can be inferred except 1hat Galloway is a Republican and Uradbuin a Democrat The trial I curt was a special Judge and a Beck Lam appointee Hence the infer ence DISPATCHES from Tokio and other eastern points continue to tell us how Jew are the signs in Japan of the great war that is going on between I that country and Russia Industry I ad the usual avenues of life are go jog on as though no conflict was rag ing But the ecene is quite different in Russia ao the dispatches from the damp points t sll us The great army it unemployed men daily grows great er Industrial depression caused by the war has already brought the num her of idle workmen up to 450000 and this number is increased by 3000 laity CELEBRATION of this the nations birthday by social gatherings mu tic and speechmaking should be com iceaded andencouraged But there M no patriotism in noise produced by a wreckles use of fire arms and other I such ax is indulged in in i alltotalof Inst July most of whichwere duet the toy pistol and the toy pistol is as dangerous this year ns last year if used in the same manner Ve should celebrate the anniversary of the birth of our country and it snit he done I onpropertyI THE reception given the How I 4 Charles Fairbanks on his return to his Indianapolis borne from the Chic go Convention is a fitting illustratii to the whole country of the character of man selected by the Republicans for the high position of Vice Presiden Without regard to political creed the whole city turned out to welcome him home The Democratic Mayor was one of the chief speakers of the occasion and a prospective Democrat contestant for the Vice President was a prominent factor in the welcoming party This shows the respect in which he is held as a man a citize and a representative of theState TIlE State Board of Health has IS sueda bulletin calling attention to the prevalence of typhoid fever It reports 13305 cases with 1579 death in Kentucky last year Attention ig also called to the fact that the diseas is one of the most preventable of all diseases The system must becom infected with the disease germs be fore one can have typhoid fever Drinking water becomes polluted b fecal matterfever germsor such mat ter may be carried by common house tHee and deposited on food or utensil in the unscreened kitchens and dining rooms Use only pure water boil if necessary to make pure and shut out the common plague houseflies and you are almost sure to es cape the ravages of typhoid fever A TESDEU spot in the flanko Southern Democracy was touched I when the Chicago Convention of Re publicans said 1Sr Invor such rimgrcindoimliictiiiii as phiill determine xhethrrby MplnlIIrlm lliitloiix the iIertlve tntiiililf In nnv sill trhn + litvn iiiiroiiKiltiiilumillr limit rdnnd If ilfb ln the riixeuc ileimilid tbilt representation la ConKmts and In the eleitunil collets nliill lie proportIon lily reduced iiMllrerted by the Constitution tf the Culled State Everybody knows and in fact it is ithe boast of Democrats of several of the Southern States that by the fa mous grandfather clause in their State constitutions colored citizens an prevented from voting Kentucky was threatened with the same kind ol I law at the recent session of the State Legislature The Federal Constitu tion the basis of all freedom in the United States provides that if the right to vote or to exercise the elective franchise is denied any citizens ol any State that States representation in Congress shall be proportionally di uiuished Republicans in National convention have recorded pledge to Iee that the sacred instrument the institution is beld inviolate and such a pledge causes the pit huntiog Democracy of the South to grow al most frantic raRENDER June 28 SoJ Tichenor was in ventral City last Sunday Mr Claude Chisenhall ofRockport tiled his regular appointment at McI henry Sunday- Misses E sle Matthews Anna Eliza Keown and Lelia Glenn ofI Hartford are visiting Miss Isabelle pair and little sisters in this city at his writing Misses Flossie and Berdia Woodward ot Hartford are visiting Mr and Mrs Paul Woodwad of this place writingIBaker ef Taylor Mines visited friends in this city Sunday Mr S B Fillmore arrived yesterday from Linton Ind to be with us for a few days Messrs J H Brown C M Nall Ibis Hawes and city Judge Elvis Rog ers of McHenry were in Beaver Dam esterdayMr A Andersrn and County Utnrney W H Barnes Hartford wtrt in this city last Friday Mr George Lyons ot Louisville was In Render yesterday on business Deputy shtriS Chester Keown was bere yesterday on business Mr Hugh Jones came up to Render unday from Central City Messrs John Edwards Jr and BrC Reece Edwards of Bevier were tbt guests of city Judge L Francis and family in tics city last week Mins Pearl Tirsley visited relatives afJd friends at Centertown last week Mr Clarence Anhby of Rockport lilted in McHenry Sunday Walter Blackburn was in Rockport lat Faturray playing ball Mr and Mrs Joe James were visitors at Mr and Mrs L T Milliards near Beaver Dam last Sunday- A visitor called at Mr and Mu R IiB Rowes who lives on Welsh street a w days ago to live with them a long time Ob hello its ft fine baby boy Messrs Cleveland Herald Keller Haynes Jesse Smith Paul Landruu and Will James are at Rockport to day Dr Harry Smith and Miss ROSR Bell Cobb of Sacramento are tbe guests of Mr and Mrs F IJ Harris at this writing Mr J W Garrett Is In the butche business with Mr George M Mad dox at Rockport Master Mack Donell left yesterda for Herrin III We will miss him very much in this city We wish him good luck Mr Moses Herrel of Wysox Is tbe guest of his son Mr L K Herrel of this city at this writing The Ice Cream supper here In thj school house on last Saturday nigh WitS a success in every respect ever body was pleased The proceeds over and above all expenses amounted to fortynine dollars and forty cents The Improved order of Red Men I O R M at its regular meeting for electing officers elected the for lowing chiefs to Represents Kentucky Tribe No 54 at McHenry for the pies ent term ol 6 months James Penn am SAchem W L Fisher ProphctI C A Nordland C of R W J Rowe C of W J B Reed K of W R D Burton Sr Sagamore David SwanI Jr Sagamore lOne Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomache and Liver Tablets I have I believe sold fifty boxe of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets on the recommendation o one lady here who first bought a boy of them about a year ago She neve tires of telling her neighbors anti friends about the good qualities of these TabletsPM SIIOBE Drug gists Rochester hid The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablet makes them a favorite with lathe everywhere For Sale by Z Wayne Grifliu fc Bro Hartford FORDSVILLE June z9Mr P J Miller of Ow ensboro is in town Miss Ztla Orms wbo has been visiting Mrs M R Shrewsbery has returned to her home in Caneyville Miss Alhe Ftelden of Pleasant Ridge is visiting Mr and Mrs I S MasonMiss Fannie Simpson of Whites vllle is visiting her slsttr Mrs Norah MillerDr Rodgers was In town Tues dayIMr J W Smith is very sick at this writing Mrs May Kirk of Owensboro Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J H Smith Messrs Sam and Lon Crowe ot Pleasant Ridge are visiting their sis ter Mrs I S MasonIMrs Bettie Johnson and daughter Emma visited at Luzsrne Saturday and Sunday Miss Nancy Smith went to Glen lease yesterday to assist her brother to the bank this week Miss Evelyn Ford visited In the ountry last week FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT June 27Miss Annie Daniel of yarrows was in town Monday Mr Ed Qulsenberry and family are ittending the St Louis fair this weekMr Frank Whittinghill of Trisler was in town Saturday Several of the young people spent Sunday afternoon on Clarks Mon ainMaster Wilson Jones is on the sickI 1st this week Mr Willie Martin of Dundee was In town Saturday Mr and Mrs Chester Sapp of Ow snaboro come up last week to attend the 1Vtlls Coppage wedding MissArtie Smith was the guest of ler cousin Miss Mamie Jones Wednesday Miss Zela Lyons of Olaton was in own Friday Dr Alva Jones and wife are visit ng friends and relatives at Hardins burg this week Public Speaking- J H Thomas will explain the object and purposes of the Farmers Cooperation Union to the farmers of- Ohio County as follows Horse Branch Saturday July 2 at 3 oclock p m Sugar Grove School Souse at night MANTANZAS June 29A good rain fell in this oraniunlty last Tuesday which was sadly needed The farmers are all miles now Miss Annie Tichenor has just returned from Livermore where she Get Ridof Bunches eruptions Inflammations sor ness of the eyelids and cars diseases of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting arc only some of the troubles It causes It Is a very active evil making havoc of the whole syst- emHoods Sarsaparilla Eradicates It cures all Its manifestations and builds up the whole system Accept no substitute nn u has been the guest of relatives for tno weeksMiss Nora Bennett Is spending this week at Srunllhou0 the guest of Mils Debbie Taylor- L E Everly and wife were the guests of relatives at Smallhous Int SundayMrs Nancy Bennett is visiting at Livermore Misses Nellie and Mary Tichent spent last week with friends at West Providence The farmers are about done cut ting wheat the yield is very promii ingMr Charlie Campbell and daughter ol Hartford spent Saturday night And Sunday here BEDA June 29 Childrens Jay was rl servedat Shtnkle Chapel Sunday and quite a large crowd was present the program which was very nice was well rendered and seemed to be enjoyed by all prrs nt Farmers are very busy plowln corn nnd tobicco and cuting wheat The crops In general seem to bp very good In this neighborhood Mrs Hannah Park and daughter Miss Grace Anders nvllle visited friends here Sunday nl1btIMessrs James and E still Tanner Owensb ro spent Saturday night nnd- Sunday with friends and relative near here Mrs Peter Shown and Mrs L uir Shown spent Monday with Mrs Ellei BennettMr LlnrsV Rennett and prar daughter Mtes Etta who have beer visiting In Livermore returned home SaturdayMr C Bennett lost a fine calf last week Mrs Nancv Park Is no better Miss Lucille Pirtle Hartford Is vWline her aunt Mrs Dr Stewart Mr Peter Shown and Mrp SavilU Chamberlain went to Owensbon TuesdRYIQuite a number of people from Hartford M ysonville Clear Run And New Bethel attended childrens day service Sunday Mrs Iqurt Shown and sons Wilbur and Richard St Louts who have peen visiting Mr Peter Shown and family for the past two week returned to Owensboro Tuesday Mr and Mrs L B Tichenor spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W C AmbroseMr Mrs Charlie Ellis and lit tie daughter are vlsltine Mr Ellis parents Mr and Mrs Alec Ellis Mr B W Bennett and wife and Ur W Q Parks attended the funeral of Mr William Fosterat No Creek Wednesday Mrs Warren Bennett spentfseveral lays last week with his mother Mrs S L Baird BUFQRD June z8Mrs Clara Goss and two bildren of Eldorado Springs Mis ourl are visiting Mrs S J Hussey Master Forest Ellis of Owenboro visited Bennls Blair Saturday night rod Sunday MM Berdett of Owensboro is vis ting Mrs R L Paris this week Mrs Minny Whalen of Tell City Ind is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R R Cundiff She is in very bad health Mrs C L Field of Owensboro Is visiting relatives and friends here this weekMrs Mary Bell left for Louisville tbe 19 Inst to visit her daughter Mrs I P barnard- Mrs J S Coleman visited Mr Clint Fields and Dr Carter at Maxwell last week Several from here attended the hildrens day at Shlnkle Chapel last iundayMrs A J Bell and little daughters Virginia and E lizabeth of Pleasant Ridge visited Mrs Walter Blair Mon layMrs Eliza Riley returned Monday to the home of her son Mr John C they Hartford Mrs R C Hudson and Oscar Turner were ordained deacons of Mt Car mel church the third Sunday 9c t 9c J 9c r w Our 9c Sale You are invited to attend our SlKlIAL De SALK next Saturday Inly tlrSheer Figured 111ootlsHFine India LinlnI5ood Duality ItltlillNice Ginghams DC Hope Bleach DC Curtain Swisses f DC- JoodC Crash Ik 4 r Heavy Shirting DC Ladies Vests DC Jood Black Hose DC 11 caw Kihlud Hose DC Jood sied Towels Ill Mens Fancy Socks DC 1 at 1 ies II and kerchiefs r D- CMcns Highgrade Handkerchiefs DC hiftrtn lent HiJJollall shades D- CSixinch tnltrllithtrnt lrittt rnIltr- s Swiss I beltOjlrjlrIttNew I1tSir1ttV patterns lie Ve lan mention only a flit of our Specials that go on sale at DC Many of these articles are lc ni 121It values everywhere Besides these Specials a genital reduction throughout our entire house will pievail Rememler the dav Next Saturday and on that day only will these prices stand good Tjifx Our Terms are Strictly Cash Save Money by Trading WithI 9c19c Watchj This H- H SpaceNext o fo- rBargainsH The Best Goods at the H Lowest H Price H The Brown Mercantile Co I CIUOnATm I I vr4 BRO f 4Barnes Shoes iFol men sire everything that style quality anti M can make them 1Ilife here in sill the Jt nev spring lasts in the Isiee hlncher lowfills 5 nuiko of kangaroo mIl hox calf velour call vii ksingaroo and patent leather 2 J tOur 150 Line P This line consists of Shoes mado up with plain JV tow and all the now narrow toes and show as much style in shape as other lines at more money Made of Kangaroo Calf aseo Cull and Vici Kid 3 tOur 200 and 250 Line At these two pries we win give you the lace or JJ hluehei shape plain or any shape in the narrow Jw tops made in all the leathers except the patent y also in lowcuts Our 300 350 and 400 Lines All the beauty of style Hunt finish that the most JJ experienced designer can conceive is embodied in these shoes They are made from the very host Jleathers the manufacturers can procure You can huy then in lowcuts plain togs and all the new narrow lasts Made of ici Ksingaroo Velour i Patent Leather and Tov Calf Boys Wear Shoes fr liemembering that nIl men were once boys and rr that men must still cone form the same source we T are well equipped to satisfy the most particular Loyur I Joys Shoes are sixed from S to lli Jt 210 2s and i toiL Made of Csisco calf Box JU Csilf rid null Patent leather tilt are priced at lOll Siii J sino 200 and S225 Summer Coats Vests and Pants tMens Straw Hats and Summer Millinery Ladies Mens and Boys Underwear Ii tFans Belts Collars and Umbrellas +c Hose HalfHose Handkerchiefs and Neckwear tGloves Hairpins PuffCombs Hair Ornament + Beaver Dam E y ttz4M M444 Hartford Republican f FRIDAY JULY 1 = = = I Illinois Contral RailroadTime 1h Table I I l Nor III Botttul Nnntti Ilonncl No IJIiltm I Sa m No 121 d aIL11 n in No 102 cluel uri III No till dlle p m No 12i 11111311 in 1o131duP94ipI Fresh fish at City Restaurant George Jewell Buforcl called a TUB REPUBLICAN office Monday I City Restaurants Ice Cream Is- o simply fine Try It Gents furnishing goods a specialty at ECONOMY STORE I 1y Jerome Allen Jingo called at TUB REPUBLICAN office Tuesday i Latest styles IB LowCut Shoes at SAM BACKS 00 Williams Centertown called j to see us while in town Tuesday Try a pair of our 150 pantsI Millinery goods at reduced prices CARSON Co Remember City Restaurant for I 1everything good to eat j City Restaurantmost uptodate place In Hartford Call and see For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurantWe Ginseng and herbs THE BROWN MERCANTILE CO- Render Ky Special Ribbon sale from now until 1 July All readytowear Hats reduced to half prices ECONOMY STORE See our new Worlds Fair Sailors + 3 They and the newest thing ontIMifsSAKJtaCotuNi SMITH a P j Try one of our Thin Coats for hot weather CARSON Co JKeep cool by usingour Straw Hats Shoes and Thin Coats CARSON Co J Ellis Mitchell Olaton called t see us while in town Wednesday Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf A complete line of Hamilton Brown totsaved SAM BACH Whlttlnghlll Fordsvllle IJames quite a pleasant call while in town Tuesday This Is the season for thin goods We have the right thing at the right price CARSON Co Taylor Mantanzis was a ITilden caller at the Republican Remember we are selling Calico at 50 all through June CARSON Co iOne hundred dolars to be given away in Crystal Presscut Glastware Callforcoupons ECONOMY STORE MM M E Smith who has been quite ill for sometime at the residence of her daughter Mrs J F Vickers id much improved IIDrs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner u stairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf ofIYou will find the nicest ECONOMY STORE We will deliver Ice romS to 7 oclock In the morningcan be had dayIi i foO BetItA r pE J W Morris Jingo called to see us while In town Friday Charlie Crowder Rosine called to see us while in town Saturday W S Hill Ceralvo made us a very pleasant call while in town Wednes day Mr Everett and Dills Pellna Smith Ceralvo visited In the city Wednesday L C Taylor Mantanzat made us- a pleasant call while In town Mon day Mrs C1 Barnett went to Louis ville Wednesday and will return Saturday Clarence Davis of Owensboro vis ited the Misses Collins the first o weekMiss Bell Allen Hawesville is the guest of her sister Mrs Jno B Wilson A real ghoststory with real humor In It IsIThe Ghost is theRed Shirt by Bertha M Bower in Lipptncotta Magazine for July Miss Mattie Cooper has returned to her home at McHnry from Century Fla where she hits been engaged in the millinery business tor the past seasonThe Hartford Cornet Band was call ed to Marvins Chapel last Saturday night to furnish music for the moon light picnic at that place The band spent next day at Sulphur SpringsI Mrs G M Maddox died at her j home at Rockport Tuesday after a few days illness Her remains were interred at Pond Run burying groundI j Wednesday She is survived husband and four children I Mrs E J Hudson who has been I visiting her sister at Calhoun return ed homeSunday She was accompan KingIIt t A rather literal interpretation o the story of Moses is adapted in de llgthlul form by Miss Ella Mlddleton Tybout In Lippincotts July number to her Southern characters The bull actually rushes and upsets a love scene J A Sandbach Friedland J S BeanHartford and J A DuQ Olaton three of Ohio countys honored sons will receive their diplomas and certifi cate of graduation from the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville at S p m todayat which time the com mencement exercises will be held When In need ol Footwear whether Hosiery Tan Shoes Black Shoes o Slippers for young and old call onus The best line for the lowest prices will be found at the Economy Store MRS SARAH COLLINS SMITH A diverting kind of a tale out of the Wild and WoolV comes from the pen of Edward Boltwood In Lippin cotts Magazine tor July It is called The Lazzaparoola and deals with wooo ing which won a vacillating widow lady Bargains In clothing at the Econo my Store see them 300 and 400 snits at 2 45 500 suits at 5345 650 suits at 395 7 50 suits a 5 45 8 50 suits at 5 95 10 and 12 50 suits at 745 It will pay you to see these suits before the best are picked oversplended values Hon C M Crowe of Daviess coun ty former ly of this county will i the near future become a citizen o f our town He will locate here for the purpose of entering actively into the practice ef law Mr Crowe Is a ma of fine attainments and is sure to make a success in the legal field J A Hudson who was recently ar rested charged with setting fire to his store house in Cromwell which caus ed the destruction of the entire busi ness portion of the town had his examining trial before the county judge last Saturday and was promptly ac quitted there being no evidence t show that Hudson bad anythin- whatever to do with starting the fire All the merchants of Hartford hav keelptheir places of closed on next Monday the fourth ol July The gto ureas follows Canon Broil NfS Tinsley Carson Co Thom s Bros and A D White The dry goods dealers are bS follows Econo my Store Carson ft Co Fair Co Sam Bach and C J Rboada The Meat Markets Moore Crnhtree and Rlleyfl have also agreed to close on that day Nine cent sale at Fairs Saturday Bargains at Fairs 9C sale Satur day Good Bleach Cotton 9C at Fairs Saturday Ladles good Cotton Hose 92 at Fairs Saturday Mens Black or Fancy Hose 9c at Fairs Saturday T T Davis Sulphur Sprlngscalled to see us yesterday Only one day the 9c sale at Fairs Its next Saturday Fine Sheer figured Wash Goods for 9C at Fairs Saturday EmbroideriesI J W Sanderfur Manda called to see us while in town Wednesday J M Mclntlre who has been con fined to his room for several weeks Is able to be out again Rtv L E Campbell Bowling Green preached at the Methodist church Wednesday night Miss Lula Walker Lexington is visiting her aunt Miss Lula Walker and other relatives in Hartford Mr and Mrs James Whittinghill Fordsville visited Mr Richard Walk er and family the first of the week WANTED A lady to do genera house work for small family Liberal pay Call on or addres G this of fice 5012 Cleveland Austin was married to Miss Nola Render at the office ol WednesdayItheceremony At the June examination there were twenty six applicants of these nine received firstclas certificates eight second class seven third claw and two failed Mr L F Varner left yesterday Worldsf relatives at Hannibal Mo while awayr IR T Her has moved his Saddle and Harness shop from his quarters on Union street to the old George Klein property on the east side of the public square You will find constantly OB hand at Rileys Meat Market Country Hams and Bacon Fresh Meats of all kinds Chickens Eggs Dundee Flour Meal Lime Salt Groceries and Vegetables Your patronage solicitedWALLACE RILEY Wednesday morning while harvest ring wheat on his farm near Olaton two fourhorse teams hitched to two binders belonging to Mr J B Mitchell became frightened and ran away with the machines damaging them considerably No serious in jury was done any of the men operat ing the machines though Mr Mitch ell was thrown from one of them im mediately in front of the other and narrowly escaped being struck by it The horses after running the ful length of the large field were calmed down without injury to any of them FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the- t famousl Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican HayRide A paty of young people Chape enjoyedIa merry to last Tuesday evening returning in the1Ie sma hours of the morning Miss Annie and Kittle Collins were nthe donors giving the pleasure trip in honor of Miss Golda Moseley of Hartford and Mr Clarence Davis of Otvensboro Toe participants were Misses Anule Collins Kittle Col inns Nettle Barnett Fannye Cox Stella Woerner Zella Nail Golda Moseley Mr Tim Taylor Die srs Wayne Render Norman Oklaho ma Clarence Davis Owen boro Cleve NoandgWallace Riley y +We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business Cpl lege If you are going to school call on or address the Republican forSchol arship 1 11 15heoAQ UptoDate l I1 StoreIIi CP fi We can interest you with the newest bit J things which the market offers at this sea J Jj son of the year showing Notions and Fur j t4c nishings that were not out at an earlier sea bit J son These goods are now arriving and are JJ 1R uptodate and can be had only of upto i J4 date people See our new things in Dress JJ 49 Goods Ladies Belts and Hair Ornaments bit J all just out Wrist Bags Ladies Collars La g dies Gloves Laces and are a few fc It 4 of the new things we are showingbtI I ClotHing Specials verylargeorder in many lines so that our stock now is more complete than at most places If you need a suit for hot wear or general use this is the place We will give you more for your money quality and style consid ered than anywhere else you buy Millinery Bargains- Our most successful season is now 44 nearing a close remarkable for its i greatly increased sales and general R satisfaction but from jour large and well selected stock ii m which has been constantly replenish jj ed we are showing good styles and b1F great values Visit this department bit andsecure the usual reduction the = season demands bit bit Other Specials bit Our line of Wash Dress Goods is j yet very complete comprising al = most as many patteans and styles as bit seen earlier Whether you buy in = the cheap 5c Lawns or in the high btu er priced fabrics you will find at no jjjj place a larger line than we are show i ing Dont fail to see this line = b1 I S J TIGHENOR McHenry i FA HottIQ Old Time= In weather conditions is expected by every = 4 body this summer We are also going to i gP make it a hot old time for our competitors in o = making prices on Summer Goods We have = = everything usually kept in a firstclass Dry = 4Goads store Our Specialties are Clothing = 1s9 4 Shoes and ladies and gents Furnishing Goods it- 4i We carry the best in all lines and will make 6 o = it hot for the fellow who tries to undersell us = = Ladies summer Dress Goods and Trimmings = 4tomatch Thin goods of all kinds at almost = invisible prices Give us your trade and be i = convinced that we can and will save you j0V 4money on everything you purchase of us it- 4i fc 4 9 I SAM BACH Hartford Ky r RATE BONNETTfS ROMANCE OW A PIRATES DAUGHTER I By FRANK R STOCKTON JUopjrtght ISO by V Applcton k Co Now York I CHAPTKK XXX fAOKBKAni 1IVI I1lnr WAY sriMK nilFlt jP VOUK HK gr at pirate Black beard Inactive and tak inp his last was seated Jt he cjuartcnloik of his fine vessels which he had lately done eliarp work off the harbor of Charles Town Ho was now commanding a small fleet Besides the ship on which uc sailed he had two other vessels Felt manned and well laden with sup plis from his recent raptures Satls 3rd with conquest he was sailing Tiirthward to one of his favorite re torts on the North Carolina coast To this conquering hero now came Vn CJeonway the Scotchman touch h his haL And what do you want cried the ury pirate Havent they given you ur nrlze money yet or Isnt It riUKli Iiie money exclaimed Groenway I 1W none ti it nor will I Imp any iiut money I hueun It is but little 4 3me to me fairly 1rt cried Blacklenrd and you vi manev then have you Is it iKh to make it worth ray while to K it- Ye can count it an see whenever like said lien Hut it Isnn money Lat I came to talk to ye about I nif to ask ye at the first convenient oj pson to put me aboard that ship out here that I may UP In my rightful ac by the side o Master Bonnet And what good are you to him or to you asked the pirate with a long oath that I should put myself i hat much trouble I have the responsibility o his iKul on my hands said Ben an atme we left Charles Town I liar not a en him he bein on ane ship an I in anlther And very well that Is too said ackbeard for I like each of you after separate And now look ye me r rk bird you have not done very well rlth your responslbaelltles so far aid you might as well make up your mind to stop trying to convert that sti ak of a Nightcap and take up the business of converting me Im in great need of It I can tell you You cried Ben- I tell you yes shouted Blackbeard It is I myself that I am talking about I want to be converted from rUE GREAT P1RATK HbACKBKAHD INACTIVE AND TAKING IllS EASE WAS SEATED ON THE QUARTER DECK OF HIS FIVESSEL the evil of my ways and I have made up my mind that you shall do It You ire a good and a pious man and It Is not often that I get bold of one of that land or if I do I slice off his head be lore I discover his quality- I fear me said the truthful Scotch man that the job is beyond my abeel Ity Not a bit of It not a bit of It shouted the pirate I am 50 times taster to work upon than that Night rap of yours and a hundred times bet tier worth the trouble I put no trust in that downfaced farmer When he atiouts loudest for the black flag he is most likely to go Into priestly orders and the better he Is reformed the quicker he is to rob and murder He Is of the kind the devil wants but It Is of no use for any ono to show him the way there he Is well able to rind It lor himself But it is different with me you canny Scotchman It is differ ent with me I am an openhanded and an openmouthed scoundrel and I nev er pretended to bo anything else Whon you beijin reforming me you xill find your work half done The Scotchman shook his head I fear me he said No you dont fear yourself cried Ulachbeard and I wont have It 1 dout want any of that lazy piety on- board my vessel If you dont reform me and do It rightly Ill slice off both your ears OM l At this moment a man came aft arrylng a great tankard of mixed irlnk Blackbeard took It and held It m his hand Now then you balking chaplain ho cried heros n chance for you to begin What would you have me do Drain off this great mug and go slash Ing among my crew or hurl It mug andallNaw nay cried Greenway but rather give half o1 It to me then will It no disturb your brain an mine will he comforted Helgho cried Blackbeard Truly you are n better chaplain than I i thought you Drain half this mug and then by all the powers of heaven and hell you shall convert me Now look ye said the pirate when the mug was empty and hear what a brave re pentance I have already begun I am tired my gay gardener of all these pi racies I have had enough of them Even now my spoils and prizes are greater than I can manage and why should I strive to snake them more I told you of my young lieutenant who ran away and who gave his carcass to the i birds of prey rather than sail with me and marry my strapping daughter 1 liked that fellow Greenway and If he had known what was in store for him there might be some reason for me to Icepp on piling up goods and money but theres cursed little reason for It now I have merchandise of value at Belize and much more of It in these ships besides money from Charles Town which ought to last an honor able gentleman for the rest of his daysAye said Ben but an honest gen tleman is sparing of his expenditures And you think I am not that kind of a man do you shouted the pirate IBllt let me tell you this I am sailing now for Topsail Inlet on the North Carolina coast and I am going to run In there disperse this fleet sell my goods and Be hanged Interpolated Ore nway i In surprise Not a bit of It yon croaJlng crow roared the pirate Not a bit of IL Dont you know you dullhead that our good King George has issued a proclamation to the Brethren of the Coast to come In and behave them selves like honest citizens and receive their pardon I have done that once and so I know all about it but I backslid showing that my conversion was badly done An Master Bonnet he asked If ye go out o piracy he may go too and take the oath Of course he may cried the pirate and of course he shall I will see toI that myself Then 1 will give him back his ship for I dont want it and let him become an honest merchant Give him back his ship exclaimed Greenway his countenance downcast That will be puttln into his hands thei means o beglnnln again a life o I pray ye dont do that Blackbeard leaned back and laughed I swear that I thought It would be one of the very first steps in conver sion for me to give back to the fellow the ship which Is his own and which I have taken away from him But fear not my noble pirates clerk he is not the man that I am he is a vile coward i and when he has taken the oath he I will be afraid to break it Moreover And if with that ship said GreenI i way his eyes beginning to sparkle he become an honest merchant I dent trust him said Blackbeard he is a knave and a sharper and there Is no truth in him But when you have settled up my business my clerk and have gotten me well converted I will send you away with him and you shall take up again the responsibility i of his soul The Scotchman clapped his horny hands together And once I get him back to Bridgetown I will burn his cursed ship- Heigho cried Blackbeard and that will be your way of converting him You know your business my royal chaplain you know it well And with that he gave Greenway a tremen dons slap on the back which would have dashed to the deck an ordinary man but Ben Greenway was a Scotch man tough as a yew tree t CHAPTER XXXI AP1U THOMAS Or THE ROYAL JAMES HEN Blackboards lit tle fleet anchored In Topsail Inlet Stedo Boiuci + viio had not been Informed of the intentions of the pirate was a good deal puzzled Since joining Black beards tleet In the vessel which came up from Belize Bonnet had considered himself very shabbily treated and his reasons for that opinion were not bad During the engagements off Charles Town his services had not been re quired and his opinion had not been consulted Blackboard having no use for the one and no respect for the other The pirate captain had taken a fancy to Den Greenway while his won tempt for the Scotchmans master in creased day by day and it was for this reason that Greenway had been taken on board the flagship while Bonnet remained on one of the smaller vessels Bonnet was in n discontented and somewhat sulky mood but when Black beards full plans were made known to him and ho found that he might again resume command of his own vessel the Revenge if he chose to do so his eyes began to sparkle once more Ben Oreonway soon resumed his for mer position with Bonnet for it did not take Blackbeard very long to settle up his affairs and In tt very short Umo he became tired of the work of conver sion or to speak more correctly of the bore of talking about it Bonnet was glad to have the Scotchman back again although he never ceased to de dare his desire to get rid of this faithful friend and helper for when the Revenge again came Into his hands there were many things to be done and few people to help him do it It will be merchandise an fair trade this time said Ben an yell find it no so easy as your piracies dough safer An when yero off to see the governor an hue got your pardon itll be a happy day Master Bonnet for ye an for your daughter an for your brotherinlaw an everybody in Bridgetown wha either know ye or yeIof that cried Bonnet I did not say I was going to Bridgetown or that I wanted anybody there to rev spect me It is my purpose to tit out the Revenge as a privateer and get a commission to sail in her in the war between Spain and the Allies This will be much more to ray taste HEn Greenway than trading In sugar and hidesGreenway was very grave There Is so little difference said he between a privateer an a plmu that It is a great strain on a common mind to keep them separate but a commission from the king is better than a commission from the doil AH well hope there wont be much o a war after nil Is sold an done There was not much Intercourse bo tween Blackboard and Bonnet at Top sail Inlet The pirate was on Very good terms with thy authorities at that place who for their own sakj cared not much to Interfere with him and Bonnet had his own work in hand and industriously engaged In it He went to Bath and got his pardon he procured a clearance for St Thomas where he freely announced his Inten ion to take out a commission as privateer and ho fitted out his vessel as best ho could Of men he bad not many but when hI let the inlet lid sailed down to an Island on the coast where Blackbeard having had too many men ou his return from Charles Town had marooned a largo number of the sailors belonging to his different crews finding this the easiest way of getting rid of them Bonnet took these liE MADE A VERY GOOD SPEECH A BETTER ONE THAN HE DELIVERED WHEN TAKING COiiMAXL OF THE REVENGEmen with the avowed inten tlou of taking them to St Thomas and then he set sail upon the high seas as free and untrammelled as a fishhawk sweeping over the surface of a harbor with clearance papers tied to his leg Itll be a glad day at Spanish Town when Mistress Kate shall get my let ter And what have you been writing to her cried Bonnet- I told her said Ben Greenway how at last ye hae come to your right mind an how ye are a true servant o the king wi your pardon in your pocket an your commission waltin for ye at St Thomas an that what ever else ye may do at sea therell be no more black flag floatin over your head nor a seesaw plank wobblln un der the feet o onybody else The days o your piracies are over an yere an honest mon once more You wrote her that said Bonnet with a frown Ay said Greenway an I left it In the care o a good anon whose ship is weel on Its way to Kingston by this day That afternoon Gapt Bonnet called all his men together and addressed themHe made a very good speech a bet ter one than that delivered when ne first took real command of the Re venge after sailing out of the river at Bridgetown and it was listened to with respectful and earnest Interest In brief manner he explained to all on board that he had thrown to the winds all idea of merchandising or privateer ing that his pardon and his ships clearance were of no value to him ex cept he should happen to get Into some uncomfortable predicament with the law that he had no Idea of sailing to wards St Thomas tout intended to pro ceed up the coast to burn and steal and rob and slay wherever ho might find it convenient to do so that ho had brought the greater part of his crew from the desert island where Black beard had left them because ho knew that they were stout and reckless fel lows Just the sort of uncut ho wanted for the piratical cruise ho was about to begin and that in order to mislead any government authorities who by land or sea might seek to interfere with him ho had changed the name of the good old Revenge to tho Royal James while Its captain once Stede Bonnet was now to be known on board and everywhere else as Capt ThoniaH with nothing against him Ho con eluded by saying that all that had been done on that ship from the time she first hoisted the black Hug until the present moment was nothing at all compared to the tiro and the blood and I the booty which should follow in tho HonlIdid not say much They won all pirates although fow of thorn had reg ularly started out on a piratical career and there was nothing new to them in I this sort of piratical dishonor So whenever Stedo Bonnet chose to run the Jolly Roger he might do It for 11111 they cared Poor Ben Greenway sat apart his head bowed upon his hands You swra to be In a bail case old Boo said Bonnet gazing down upon him but you throw yourself into needless trouble As soon as 1 lay hold of sumac craft which I am willing shill go away with a sound hull I will put you on board of her and lot you go back to the farm I will koop you no longer among those wicked people lien Groenway and In this wicked place Ben shook his head I started wi ye an 1 stay wi ye said ho an 1 follow ye to the vera gates ti hell but farther than that Master Boiuut I willnu go at tIme gates o hell I leave yet CHAPTER XXXII A CHUTIilt OK HAITKNINOS Uhappataeds with a tiuw in it U was a vory fair happiness + hlll now huuy over thu Dclapltiine home near Spanish Town The old home life hogan again al though it was a very quiet life Dick orv wont Into Mr Delaplaines count inghoukK but it was hard for the young man to doff the naval uniform which had been b stowed upon him by Blackboard for ho know he look nl very well In it and everybody else thought so and told him so but It could not ho help xl and with all eon venient speed hI discarded his cooked hat and all the rest of it and clothed himself In the simple garb of a merchants clerk although It might be said that In all the West Indies at that day there was no clerk so good I looking as was Dlckory Dame Char ter was so thankful that her boy had come safely through all his troubles iso proud of him and so eminently well satisfied with his present position that- I she asked nothing of her particular guardian angel but that Stede Bonnet might stay away If after tiring of piracy that man came back as his relatives wished him to do the good I dame was sure he would make mischief of sonic sort and as like an not In the direction of her Dlckory About this time there came a letter from Barbuloes which was of great in terest to everybody in the household It was from faster Martin Newcorabe and of course was written to Kate but she read many portions of it to the otberu The first part of the epistle was not read aloud but it was very pleasant for Kate to read It to herself This man was a close lover and an ar dent one Whatever had happened to her fortunes nothing had interfered with his affection whatever he had said he still bravely stood by and to whatever she had objected in the way of obstacles hu had paid no attention whateverIn parts of the letter read to her undo and the others Master New combo told how not having heard from them for so long he had been beginning to be greatly troubled but the arrival of the Black Swan which after touching at Kingston had con tinued her course to Barbadoes had given him new life and hope and it was his intention as soon as he could arrange his affairs to come to Jamaica and there say by word of mouth and do in his awn person so much for which a letter was totally inadequate The thought of seeing Kate again made him tremble as he walked through his fields This was read Inv advertently and Dlckory frowned Dame Charter frowned too She had never supposed that Master Newcombe would come to Spanish Town she had always looked upon him as a very worthy young farmer so worthy that he would not neglect his interest by traveling about to other islands than his own She did not know exactly how her son felt bout all this nor did she like to ask him but Dlckory saved her thu trouble If that Newcombe comes here he said I am going to fight him What cried his mother You would not do that That would be terrible it would ruin everything Ruin what he asked Ills mother answered diplomatically It would ruin all your fine opportun ities in tills family Dlckory smiled with a certain sar castic hardness I dont mean said he that I am going to hack at him with a sword because nekher he nor I properly know how to use swords and after the wonderful practice that I have seep 1 would not lIlt U prove myself a bungler even It the other man were a worse one No indeed I mean to fight with him by all fair moans to gain the hand of my dear Kate I love her and I am far more worthy of hoi than he is He la not a welldisposed man being rough and Inconsldorati In his speech Dlckory had never forgiven the Interview by the river hank when ho had gone to see Madam huh net And as to his being a stunt lov er he Is none of it Hud ho boon that he would long ago havo crosHod tho little sea between Barbadoos and lucre no you tutu lti you foolish buy ox oliiinii P Ihartor to say thil you piTsiimo to love our lhUl1i late And her eyes glowed upon htm with nil the warmth of a mothers prldo for this was till wish of her heart trod never absent from it Ay mother said Dlckory 1 shall fight for hit 1 shall show her that 1 am worthier than ho Is mad that I love her bettor I shall even strive for her Ilf that mud pirate aumw buck anal tries to overset everything IOh do U boforn that cried Dam anilely in every wrinkle lkj IhalI was n little troubled visit from Hai Imdws I He hud hoard of Muster Nowcombe aa being a must estimable young man but the fault about him In his uplnkm was that ho resided nut In Jamaica Kor a lung time the good merchant hurl lived his own lift with no ono to love him sad he now had with him hlH sis leis child whom he load come to look upon as a daughter and he did not i wish to give her up It was true tint it might be possllJle under favorable pressure to Induct young NtWtOlfl lit to Iumn to Jamaica and settle then but this was all very vague Hud bo had his own way he would have drlvui I rum Kato every thought of lovo or marriage until the time when his new lerk IMikory Charter had boo urn a young merchant of gtMdetudOie worthy of such a wile Then he nilgu have been willing to give Kate to Diekory and Dlckory would have given her to him mud they might have nil been happy That ih if that hare brained Bonnet did not tome home This lia chapUT of hapiRiilngs and the next Uapponltu was a letter fruni Unit gixul matt Ben Greenway and IL told the HUM wonderful splendid and glorious news that had over been told under the bright SUit of till beautiful Went Indies it told that Capt Stede Bonnet wag no longer a pirate and that Kate was uo longer a plnttou daughter These tangy i oplo did nut Join hands and dance and sing over the groat news but KtH Joy wan so grtal that she might have done all Uej thiuKB without knowing It M thankful was she that once again she had a rather Kate was In such a state of wild 4eilght that she Insisted Unit her uncle should make mother visit to tho governors house and take her with him that slut herself might curry tho governor the good news and the governor said such ho rtwannlng things when he h ard it that Kate kissed him In very Joy But as Dlck ory was not of the party this incident won not entered as part of the proceed ingsNow society both In Spanish Town and Kingston opened its arms and insisted that the fair star of Barbadoea should enter them and there were parties and dances and dinners and it might have been supposed that everybody had been a father or a mother to a prodigal son so genial and Joyful were the festivities Kate high above all others At some of these social functions Dlckory Charter was present but It Is doubtful whether he was happier when ho saw Kate surrounded by gar ad mlrera or when he was at hume Imag ining what was going on about her There was but one cloud in the midat of all this sunshine and that was 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and the pAtion at large claim some proprietary interns in him Kentucky has seen fit to make othei representations exclusively her own The qualities and resources of the State are comprehensively and elo queutly attested to the same exhibits welI ery department to which the State ha contributed for it is representediln every major department of the exposition In arthlstory commerceand in natural resources Kentucky stands well forward I A Stat eof noble tradition and rich in storied memories of great deeds and men it has yet seen fit to subor- dinateI these in some degree to matters I of more present moment deem ing it advisable to show the world no so much what Kentucky has donetas I what it is doing and can do With out any abandonment of these social features which have made her famous for openhearted hospitality Ken tucky yet shows that she stands second to no locality in her commercial opportunities nor the rewards she has to ofler to Individual effort right ly appliedAccepting the keynote of the worlds fair which is sounded asUan exhibition of processes the State has gotten in harmony with the idea and shows the full range of her pow ers In the palace of agriculture Kentuckys display includes an exhi bition of hemp culture and manufac ture and all tbe evolutionary process ItsIed products which brings roseate dreams to the consumers of the phil osophic weed And of course there are illustrations of what can be done with rye and corn without which a Kentucky display would be incom pleteKentuckys display of clay in the palace of Mines and Metallurgy is in itself a wonderworld To him wh has imagined that clay was used on ly to make churns and jugs this ex hibit is a revelation It is a liberal education in ceramics and in the utilitarian uses of humble ma terial in building fireproofing and in art pottery The rock quar Tics in operation and the display of cannel coal in the same building further attest the riches that lie be neath the surface of the once Dark and bloody ground The Kentuckian visiting the fair should not fall to take cognizance of these things not to bear witness of what his State is doing in the way o Education and art In the palace of education is shown the develope ment of the public school system of Louisville through a period of 115 years and t no less interesting the progress that has been made in the manual and literary education of the blind as exemplified in the worl of pupils in the Kentucky school for the blind Testifying to the artistry of the State and a showing that its worth has won recognition from the mas ters are several pieces of statuary by Kentucky sculptors which are in corporated in the decorations of the main building of the fair Notable among these is the beautiful Victory by Miss Enid Yandell of Louis ville crowning the dome of the cas cascade restaurant building- In the palace of Fine Arts Ken tucky Is also well represented but perhaps the statues best display of this nature is in the Kentucky State building where it shows a complete and interesting art gallery of its own Here are numerous fine canvasses by Hewett Greet Miss Thumb and oth er artists besides striking sculptural decorations and single pieces of stat uaryThe building The New Kentucky Home is the central feature of the States exhibit at the fair It is a magnificent structure covering an area of 138 by 90 feet Broad gravel ed paths through the lawns of native bluegrass lead to the entrances of which there are four Wide porches with symmetrical colonades and sculptural ornaments bespeak silent iy but eloquentiy the proverbial hos pitality of the State at d seem to bid the passerby to pause and rest lure The wayfarer who heeds this invita tion and enters the building is at once made to feelat homeltbe spirit of the place is fittingly symbol ized by the State button which bears a picture of the building with the le Bend The Kentucky Home its part mine Here pleasant hours may be spent under the guidance o the genial secretary Mr E Eo Hugh es or the fair hoatess Mrs Smith i viewing the social artistic and senti mental sides of Kentucky life and manners In the richlyfurnished rooms of the first floor are displayed oil por traits of Kentckys famous charac ters as well as other specimens of native art Pendant from the balcony of the second floor and almost sweep ling the carpet of the first hangs a colossal and beautiful flag of silks which possesses historic charm I is the homecoming 1 flag of the battleship Kentucky when that ves sal was homeward bound from the Asiatic station under commando William Mallory Berry himself Kentuckian Upon the arrival of th Kentucky in home waters her officers and crew sent the flag an a present to the State Its beautiful folds show little effect of wear from its 13000- t mile journey across seas Elegant parlors reception rooms galleries ol historical relics and specimens of na tive flora make the second and third floors of the home well worth Inspection But the Kentucky home exists not merely for purposes of show It is the scene of continuous entertain ment of visitors and many formal and Informal receptions Kentucky en retrains lavishly It was one of the twoStates which had the distinction of receiving the delegates to the International press parliament and has en tertalned many visiting parties in eluding the Americon Press Humor istsWitn true Kentucky generosity the officers of the commission have ten dered the use of the home for enter tainment purposes to several States and territories which have no official residences of their own on the grounds Alabama Colorado and other sections have taken advantage of this oflej A file of State news papers and Ken tucky books and periodicals are kept constantly on band for the delectation of her visiting sons and daughters who ofothe New Kentucky Home and feel that in truth they are in a home en vironment All in al Kentucky has wrought at the fair worthily of herself and her children doubtless will 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H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Two Great Schools The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College are are two of the greatest schools of their kind in the South During the year just closed more than 1200 boarding students matriculated and the general manager of the institution is now cer tain that the enrollment next year will be much larger than ever before The institutions are magnificently equip ed and the work is thoroughly organ ized Specialists are in charge of the various departments and the in stitution is high class and thorough The Normal School operates the school of Law Music Elocution and Oratory Pedagogy Preparatory Scl lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use entific Scientific and Classic courses i The expenses for attending the school are very low The Business College SouthfinI HII100 Reward SI 00IThe readers of this will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease thatecience has been able to cure 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FREEWrite us and wo will man Free Trial Package of Dr Miles Antl Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what Is wrong and how to right t Absolutely Free COLdBQBATO1i1ES J o I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY I A Trip to The Worlds Fair Under this head the Harford Her ald publishes an article which con tains a great deal of Information that may be useful to anyone who may at tend the Fair It practically covers our experience of a weeks stay at the show and by permission we repro duce the article In part which Is as followsMany people from this section have visited the great Worlds Fair at St Louis and many more are waiting until fall to make the trip thinking thereby to get more pleasure and see more of the show Perhaps it would not be amiss to tender a few words of advice gathered from experience ob scrvation and the reports of various parties whohave made the trip There is only one drawback about attending the Fair In the fall and that Is many people seem to have the same time set and the hotels will be so crowded that It will be hard to get lodging at a reasonable price Ifat all Even now the rates are so exorbi tant at some of the Inns that a person in moderate circumstances could not think of paying them ranging in price from one to five dol lars per day for each person for lodg ing only Admission into the grounds Is SQC each time you enter and there are no pass tickets to admit you back again the same day The Intramural trolley trains run Inside the grounds only reaching almost every advantageous point The fare Is roc per trip- Everything that Is sold upon the Fair grounds calls for almost a double price Always ask the price of an article or accommodation before you Invest It will save youunless you want to do it anyhowfrom paying 150 for a glass of lemonade 35c for a shave c At the cafes always ex amine the bill of fare and note the price opposite each article Then you will not be shocked when the waiter lays a ticket beside your plate pricing the steak you ordered at 6oc fried potatoes 350 two softboiled eggs 3oc and other edibles in pro portion There are places where you will have to pay 5C per grass for min eral water and ic per glass for com mon hydrant water At many points you will meet with extra charges for the common necessities of life which do not appear to amount to much but which will count up considerably in the course of a day or two You are not compelled to pay the high prices which obtain at many places on the grounds Quite a number of the State buildings and Fair stations afford drinking water and other accommodations free Hunt them up and patronize them The best way to take in the big Fair economically Is to go In a party of equal numbers so that two can oc cupy one berth Leave your yarty at the depot while you start out and hunt up a hotel or boarding house somewhere down in the city Rent a furnished room or engage simply lodging at a hotel This is not likely to cost you more than 500 a day apiecesometimes less Get your meals at a restaurant down in the city Keep trying around until you find a good one Breakfast will cost you from 150 to loc Get a box lunch for dinner and take Into the grounds with you This will cost you 25C and will contain plenty for one per son Take a street car for the Fair groundssix miles out of the city The fare is 5C Street cars are run on a schedule of every two minutes Dont break your neck getting on a crowded car Wait for the next one two or three minutes later After you enter the Fair grounds take in the big show systematically You can get a map of the premises for a pittance or perhaps nothing Take your bearings and establish a starting point for every day you stay Make a list of the State and big ex hibit buildings which you Intend to visit After you have gone through one of them cross that one out In this way you can see more in less time than to go it helterskelter Patroling the grounds at many points are Jefferson Guards who are in the em ploy of the Exposition Ifyou wish information pertaining in any way to the Fair it is their business to tell you anything you want to know free of charge They are both reliable and polite The Pike is where the various shows and entertainments hold forth It Is a wide paved street over a quarter of a mile long lined on each side with attractions most of them of merit Among those fully worth the price of admission are The Gal veston Flood The Boer War Tyrolean Alps Irish Village New York to the North Pole The Battle Abbey Creation The Naval Exhibit Fair Japan Un der and Over the Sea Palace or Costumes especially for ladles Mysterous Asia Hereafter The Fire Fighters Hagenbaches Wild Animal Show For excitement get on the Scenic Railway or shoot the chute Your boys will enjoy Naval Exhibit The baby incubator will interest parents You should not fall to see the Filipino exhibit and shows If you are economical your expen ses ought not to exceed 300 or 3 50 per day all told after you reach St Louis In fact you can niake them just about what you want them to be It is the greatest show on earth today and nobody who can possibly af ford it should miss it You will never see its like again and It is doubt ful if you will ever get the chance to see anything as big The magnifi cence and stupendousness of it and the things you saw will live In your memoryalways It will bean honor for you to say that you have been to the great Worlds Fair- Telegraphy u Write now for ourTelegraphy Cata logue All the graduates secure posi tions Address H H Cherry Bowl Ing Green Ky Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 2129 directed to me which issued from the clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of L Moses Co against J B McDaniel I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4th day of July I904about one oclock p m at the court House door In Hart ford Ohio County Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much there of as may be necessary to satisfy plalntfis debt Interest and cost to wit One lot of ground in Horse Branch OhlocountyKy and bound ed as follows Beginning at a stone corner JasA Bradleys lot in Railroad Companys line thence East with the Railroad Companys line 200 feet to a stone thence south 150 feet to a stone thence west 200 feet more or less to Jas A Bradleys cornerthence a north course 150 feet to the begin ning running with Jas A Bradleys line and being the same land pur chased from G C Miller on January 20 1898 and deed recorded in deed 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 se curity bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this June 15 1904 C P KEOWN S O C 48t3 By S O KEOWN D S Enter Business College And secure a position Write for catalogue now Address H H Cher ry Bowling Green Ky Organize the Homeguard Editor REPUBLICAN Will you be good enough to allow me space in your paper to briefly sketch the object and purposes of the Farmers Cooperative Union The aggregate wellbeing of man kind depends upon the production and equitable distribution of wealth If each member of society received of the aggregate wealth in proportion as he contributed to its production then only the Indolent and profligate would suffer but under the present Industrial condition where the natural law of production and consumption as a determining factor in fixing prices has been des royed by organ ized efforts to fix artificial prices the industrious and frugal if unorgan ized come In for the greatest share of hardshipExperience has amply demonstrat ed that men engaged in like pursuits are able to maintain a much higher price for their products when cooper ating together for that end than when operating as individual producers Indeed so patent is this fact that not a single class of people from the rail road operators to the hotel waiters but are closely organized for this pur pose Every other producer except the farmer fixes the price on his products The miner fixes the price on the digging of a ton of coal the blacksmith fixes the price on shoeing a horse or sharpening a plow the miller fixes the price on grinding a bushel of grain the barber fixes the price on a shingle or shave the banker fixes the price on the use of his money the merchant fizes the price on a pound of sugar or a yard of calico the man ufacturer fixes the price on the prod ucts of his mill his factory or his bands and the farmer alone is a beg gar at the markets of the world He begs the tradesman for a little higher price on the products of his farm or for a small cut in the price of the wares of the shop The farmer alone stands in the market place a beggar asking what will you give me for the products of my labor and what will you take for yours The principle that the man who produces an article knows best what It cost him to pro duce It and Is best entitled to fix the price at which he will part with It is the principle upon which the farmers cooperative Union is organized and its sole purpose is to organize the farmers into a corporation to fix a uni form price on the products of the farm the orchard and the garden to fix the price each year with due regard to the cost of production and to the cost of the products that the farm er has to buy Our purpose is to at tend strictly to our own business and to allow the other classes of people to attend to theirs Our purpose too is to attend to our own business ex actly upon the principle and along the sane lines as the other classes attend to theirsby nxlng through cooperation the price on what we have to sell It Is our purpose to fix the prices of our products at such fig urts as will enable the farmer to provide the same comforts for his wife I and children that are enjoyed by the wives and children of other classes of organized producers Unfortunately the time has devel oped a condition of industrial war in I which each class of producers is try ing by organized efforts to wring the lions share of the aggregate wealth from the nest of mankind Everybody but the farmers are organ ized and they present the sorry spec tacle ofhomeguards fighting trained militia Let us now organize and drill the homeguards Farmers be ready when our organizer comes to your school house to turn out and join the homeguards UNION FARMKR When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For I Sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro HartfordOneMinuteCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE June 27We had a good rain last Sunday which was badly needed 0 M Felix and family of Owens baro visited the family of Mr Red man Black last week Several from this neighborhood at tended the childrens day services at Liberty Sunday Mr S T Stevens Hartford visit ed his brother Mr S L Stevens last week Mr and Mrs J W Cox visited at Select last Sunday Mr J L Allen and wife visited in Concord neighborhood last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C W Stevens spent the day with Mr Elvis Stevens and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs Riley Felix of the Hamlin Chapel neighborhood visited in this nelghh rhood Saturday and Sunday Law School Send for full information Ad dress H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RAILWAY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 880 a m daily Arrive St Louis 086 p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ersAll trains make close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wabash Suburban eervice direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low Excursion RatesWill be announced soou P E CARR Passenger and Ticket KyA Ticket Agent KyC District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap too acres adjoining Hnrtford25oa 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 3 H miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 24 tulles from Hartford 3000A and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375- I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAKTHOKD KY Excursion Rates For JulyiI One Fare toIVia I Big Four Route Tickets sold July 2 3 and 4 i Return Limit July 15 1904 For full information and particulars I as to rates tickets etc call onI agents Big Four Route or the undersigned VAUIIN 1 iYvrii- tilA I 4iTItioollIItI rtV rillrltiimtl Iiiillrvlllii Kv I Daily Tourist Sleepers I TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull toIvia Little Rock Texarkana Dallas I Fort Worth and El Paso The Idtal Route to California Fast schedule dailyiman Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every I 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 con sult nearest Ticket Agent or addressI R T G MATTHEWS T P Room Sot Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky Can You Figure 200G- 1vox1 AVVaYII10 CUSTOM KUS OK Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess S 500Q Second 2500 Third 1000 Fourth 500 Next 55 Juesses ea 200 hITotal 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co n ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now I The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc July the 4th Your Uncle Sams birthday fWill be celebrated this year with an outburst of patriotism that willlJU heard away around the world frotH Maine to California in Cuba Porto Kico and in the far oil Philip pine where even the stars and stripes Mutter in thu breee It will be a great laysuch a OIlIItlyalld such prosperity the world has never seen Now we are going to do our share towards helping you to enjoy the holiday by ollering the host light cool Clothing r breezy Shirts thin Underwear Straw Hats and everything that will mId to your appearance and eUl1Iliulnllat prices so reasonable that you will have plenty of money left to burn c We oiler the best Calicoes at oc Good Factory CottonJllto- dBleach Cotton SV Lawns oc to 2ic- Organdies to 10c tu 50c Linen Suiting per yard loctooOc We could not begin to mention the tliUlol1t items tout prices but we have the correct things at the correct price for this occasion We can fix you up ome in or write Im prieti samples You will get prompt attention Carson r Cot cnruon rrul Hartford Kentucky J ++4i + ++4++++ l1 +++4++ Fff Fftf++9 1 f++f+++++34f+tk E i Flour and Meal ft I At Wholesale Prices I To the Retail Trade f For the next MO layS we will sell Flour and Meal at tj wholesale prices to the retail trade We can and will +tie sell you Flow from 50 cents to 100 cheaper on the t i barrel than you cnn buy it anywhere else in Ohio tcounty We can and will sell you oldfashioned buhr J t ground Corn Meal made of the very best white corn t Ir from 5c to 15c less on the bushel than you can buyJ + it anywhere else in Ohio county We have the best t mill in Ohio county fled have employed an expert ofJIour lIIH alH m 11 II enmn of t 10 J fwe itFour too for we do not intend to grind anything but tgood sound wheat Please dont bring us any otllllj Ikind of wheat but good wheat We are always in tit t 4 t for good wheat and pay tit highest market it prices for it fto Mr Farmers when you thrash your 4 new crops of wheat and you have any to sell dont for t + get that you can sell it to us for Spot Cash and thoi highest market priorl pay Cash and sell for cash Jf fP or its eqmva I ontii Retifrow 11X 6fc Dean I Dundee Ky +HI + ++ + H+ + + + ++ 1o+++++++44H++4f+4+444 ++ F Subscribe for The Republican