You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, July 15, 1904. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1904 hao1904071501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, July 15, 1904. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0- 1 c he jtxrtf rb Uqnblkan IFin Job Work a Specialty I VOL VHARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 15 1904 JNo 52 STRANGE FREAK Reported From the Coast c- Old Virginia A Child Born With Its Heart Out side of Its Body Lives for Sixteen Days An infant livlnl Ihl hours with its hearts entirely expose reposing upon the outside of the tiny body and performing Its function In plain view of more than a score of people wno came to behold the reo matknblc trek of nature is the phenomenon that has astonished the physicians and physiologists here nbouts says a telegram from Cap Charles Va A few weeks ngo there was born to Captain and Mrs William 1C Owens of Northhampton county Va Ii daughterIt the first child that had come to brighten the lives of the oyster- man and his wife In all respect wave two the tiny bit ol fetulnitywa a perfect specimen of bibyhood t One of the defects however was fatalThe heart Instead of being In the place where nature Intended it to he way on the outside of the left breast And there in full view of all who chose to observe it performed Its functions id days before the little life begun under such extraordinary conditions way snuffed out The second strange feature of tin case was that the left arm was fixer to the body nature seeming to take that method of protecting the vita organ from a collision with the arm which would necessarily be fatal t Dr Goode of Cape Charles attend cd the mother and child He says he can offer no explanation of the phe nomenon It is merely a fantasy of nature and he believes there Is no similar case on record He says tin heart was carefully examined and measured and was found to be a trifli above the normal size for the infant Just below the exposed organ there was a email hole through the side The heart had evidently worked itt way through before reaching the growth It showed at birth because the cavity was not sufficiently large to admit of the heart being replaced where nature intended it to do lU work even were It possible to perform b i I such an operation The child was never dressed as clothing would have Interfered with the action of the heart and every pos slble effort was male to prolong the life of the little one The mother has her own theory regarding the case She says a few months before the child was born she was with her husland on one of his fishing trips A sudden storm arose and a boat near theirs bjcame partly swamped Captain Owens went to the rescue of the imperiled craft As his boat neared the sinking sloop he hurled a line far above the tossing waves to fishermen In the other boat The deck lurched under his feet and he was thrown violently forward Ills wife was looking on in agonized SU- Spense ljr an Instance she thought her husband had gone overboard into the seaMy heart seemed to burst right up into my throat she rays In telling the story The neighbors of the Owenses ao cept this os n logical explanation but J the medical men smile at it It Is apparent rays the Joctor that while the body of the child was undergoing formation In Its earlier stages the heart became entangled with something that drew it to the outside of the chest There it remain ed and grew with the gradual devel opment of the other parts at the body Being a heavy organ Its own weight held it out while the flesh and cuticle beneath it slowly closed A Sustaining Diet These are the enervating days 4when as somebody has said men drop by the sunstroke as If the Day of Fire had dawned They are fraught with danger to people whose systems are poorly sustained and this leals us to say in the interest of the less robust of onr readers that the full effect of Hoods Sarsaparllla Is such as to suggest the propriety of callln this medicine something besides a blood purifier and tonlcsiY a sui taming diet It makes It much easier to bear the heat assures refreshing sleep and will without any doubt avert much sickness at this time of year 150 IniianafoIisanJ Return 150 Big Four Route Sunday July ijth Special train leaves 7th street Union Depot Lour vl11eat 8 oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at Tlcki OflicesV jth Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Genl Agt fKENTUCKY AT ST LOUIS Played But Little Part in the Convention that Ground Out Nominees The Kentucky aftermath of the Den ocratlc convention is the dark brow taste left by the Beckham boom Events now show that the glorious Reckham boom was merely an ad verting scheme concocted to let the convention know that Kentucky was there and that Beckham is Govern nr Had it not been for this movement Kentucky would have playe absolutely no part in the convention The Kentucky delegates could not get even one State to pledge for Beck hum The pigmy proportions of theI Beckham boom evoked the and the sarcasms of delegates trot other States Kentuckys delegate had been planning to leave for Louis vllle at S oclock Saturday night but tht unexpected and bewildering tele gram in which Judge Parker announced himself a gold standard mat tad which threw the convention Into onsternatlon necessitated a change of plans and to a man the Kentuck- Ians surrendered their plan and reo naiad over In the dleck arge fo thei duties Parker sentiment in the Kentuck delegation was from the first of a lukewarm nature Now that an op portunlty has been afforded for crltl lsm they have joined those who think that the lesson has been taught that It Is a dangerous practice to nom- Inate a man whose principles are unknown and unpronounced A murmur of dlapproval at the an itouncement of the Parker telegran sped thrugh the Keutucky delegatloi earlier than It did throght any other Ollle James did not neglect to an lounce in his loudest voice that Kentucky would go 100000 Republican If the convention acquiesced in the Parker position Kentucky voted long with the majority but did It without heart and without much In nard protest The off Bryan sentiment is still alive and regardless oC how they voted it is cettin that they lo not like Parker and do like Bryar and free silver In Memor- yf little Ivy Jane Smith daughter of Ir and Mrs W D Smith She de parted this life July 5 19 4 Aged nearly four years Papa and mamma do not weep for her for she is around our Savior white throne We know it is hard to give those up we love so well Sister and brother oh how youll nlss her in your daily plays but she hu jut gone on before to wait at he pearly gates Dearest cousin sleep On in thy beauty Thou sweet angel child By sorrow unbllghted By sin undefiled Like the dove to Ifce ark Thou hast flows to thy rest From the wild stet of strife To the home of the blest COUSIN ROSA odol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat IF IT IS NEW YOr WILL HX1 IT IN Till REPUBLICAN NOVEL RAMP Georgia Man Walking to The Worlds Fair Is Pushing WheelbarrowPass ed Through Madisonville Mon day Enroute to Ivory City Pushing a wheelbarrow from Atlanta Ga to St Louis Mo is the task which J A Owensof Georgia has laid out for himself says the Madisonvlll Hustler He passed through Madison vllle Monday morning on his jonrnej hot and dusty but unterrified at the long walk which he still has before himOwens left Atlanta June 20 and ex pects to reach St Louis on July 20 although he has no time limit unde which he must work In order to wit the wager of 500 he has set out to earn In making the journey He averages from fifteen to twenty miles a day and has often covered a greate- distance when the weather and the roads were favorable to his pro grew He has never had any previous ex perlence in globetrotting being at employe of the Bell Telephone company before he left Atlanta The journey was undertaken as the result of a conversation he had with some friends and a man who made an offer to bet 500 that the trip as Owens Is making Ucculd not be accomplished The Atlanta Constitution has assumed the sponsorship of Owens and regularly publishes the result of each days travel withIwheel The bed of the barrow is covered with advertisements and con rains what little clothing that he car iesAt each place where he rests he has the mayor chief of police or some other city official sign a paper stating hat he was at that place on a certain late He left here blowing the Hender on road he expects to reach Evans Mile this evening or Wednesday naming and push on from there tc the worlds fair city where he wll ipend several days resting and seeing the big show Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed or holding the Kentucky fairs for goo as far as reported Klrksville July 152 days Guthrie July 195 days Madlsonvllle July 265 days Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August 33 days Harrodsburg Aug 93 days Lawrenceburg Aug 164 days Shepherdsvllle Aug 234 days Shelbyvllle Aug 234 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nlcholasvllle Aug3o 3 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Elizabeth town Sept 64 days Bowling Green jSept r44 days Eddyvllle Sept 144 days Hartford Sept n4 days Horse Cave Sept 214 days Falmottth Sept 84 days Owensboro Oct 45 days In Memory The Lord in his wisdom has seen fit to take from ns our darling babe I John Gilbert son ofJohn G and Eva Vllllnms of Rockport Ky Born larch 4th 1903 died of flux June o 1901 Little Gilbert was the sunshine of the home He was loved almost to adoration by his parents two brothers three sisters and grandpar cnts but we submit to His divine rill who doeth all things well and hope to meet little Gilbert in the weet by and by where parting will be no more Little Gilbert twill note longour Journey hereeach broken sigh and falling tear will soon be gonPo and all will be a cloudless sky I a waveless sea GRANDl A- SMALLHOUS w July 13 Mr B L Taylor and sis ter Miss Debbie were the guests of I ft their grandparents Mr and Mrs John W Taylor and other relative near Liberty Saturday and Sunday Last Friday evening the lightning struck the dwelling of Mr Alva Galloway and did considerable dam age to the house Mrs Calloway who was standing near a window was severely shocked nod thrown nearly across the room and remained un conscious for some time She has not entirely recovered yet The house was discovered to be on fire by some neighbors who arrived in time tc keep it from being consumed Dr W P Bennett who is the guest of his son James Bennett gaveI an Interesting talk to the Sunday school Sunday morning at the Small hous Baptist church Rev G H Lawrence went to his appointment at Cool Springs Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Claude Brown who is very low with con sumptionMr Mrs Klrtly of near Hope well Ky were the guests of their sister Mrs James Fulkerson recently Mrs John Barnard was the guest of her parents at Island Station Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Elvira Fulkerson and grand daughterBlanche Withrowwho have been the guests of Mrs Will Ather ton Central City and Mrs John Myers South Carrolltonhave return edhomeLittle Marian Hill who has been on the sick Hat Is convalescent Mr Owen Williams and wife and JeffCurtis Rockport Ky and Mr Clarence Brown and family were the guests of Mrs Jennie Balls Saturday and Sunday Little Lillian Ball who has been the guest of her grandparents near Central Grove has returned home Mrs Sarah Greer and mother Mrs Wright have returned from a visit to relatives at Morgantown Jingo and CromwellThe around here are rejoicing over the recent rains and the good prospect for a large corn crop Mrs Ray Addington was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Zack Reid Sunday GENERAL INTELLIGENCE The American Osteopathic Assocla tion is holding its eighth annual con vention at St Louis The annual report of the Louisville and Nashville railroads operations for the fiscal year ending June 3 which was approved by the board ofdirectors Tuesday shows the net earnings to have been 13340332 an Increse of 739274 over the previous year the surplus after the payment 1500000 in dividends will be 3 6J6340an In crease of 395 292 A dispatch reaching St Petersburg from a Russian correspondent at Muk den stys the Japanese attacked Rus sian positions near Port Arthuron the night of July ii and were repulsed with enormous losses The dispatch says theJapanese lost not less tnan 30 ooo killed or wounded by the explo sion of Russian mines The story is not confirmed Admiral Togo reports to Toklo that his torpedo boats at tacked the Russian guardshlp at Port Arthur on the night July it but the result has not been ascertained bsyond the Sect that the torpedo boat returned in act Reports from the land jpertation Indicate that the Russian forces are still retreating and that the Japanese occupation of New Chwang probably will take place tit an earley late Beaver Dam Hartford Pike A call session of the Fiscal court met at Court Hall last Friday f or the purpose of further considering the proposition to build the pike rpad from here to Beaver Dam After a warm discussion of the matter pro and con by members of the court a vote was taken which resulted In fa vor of building the rod Messrs Rowan Holbrook J P Miller B K Hudson W H Barnes and C M Taylor were then selected iy the court to superintend the con struction of the road An organiza Subscription 1 a Year tion of the committee was perfected Monday afternoon John B Wilson the civil engineer made his report i which shows grades excavations I lengths etc of the road The entire longth of the road to be piked from its beginning at the Rough river bridge in Hartford to its termi nus at the Rochester Cromwell and Prentis crossroads In Beaver Dam Is little over six miles The town of Hartford will build about a mile andI a quarter and Beaver Dam about a mileThe commissioners on construction have already advertised for bids for contractors to construct the road and in all probability the work of construction will begin within the next monthThose who have taken the inltla live in this public enterprise are to be congratulated on the successful accomplishment of their worthy undertaking To the Farmers My dear farmer friends and citizens of Ohio county About eighteen mouths ago It dawned upon the mined of one man in the United States that the American Farmers condition from a financial standpoint might be made better than it exists to day The man referred to is Mr J A Ever ett of Indianapolis and in order to help the men who create the wealth he has perfected an oaganization known as the American Society of Equltywlth headquartersat the above named city In organizing the farmers of the land and country it is not the inten tion to put the price on farm products so high that the poor man cannot touch them as some would have you j believe but the object is to have a regular price for everything produced on the farm The time has come when we as farmers will have to cooperate If we wish to continue in business not simply to be nore enlightened on the subject of farming but necessity demands that we hind ourselves to gether In order to secure a more just t and equitable price for our products and to put ourselves on aa equal footing i with every other business from the Chicago bootblack to the Stand ard oil magnate Before we can get ourselves In shape to handle our product we will first have to be organized by school dis trlcts then by precincts then by j county and so on Under the present system of marketing our crops we are under the direct control of a set of merciless and bloodsucking Chicago gamblers whose every object Is to dic tate to uswhat we shall receive for our stuff Every man that bought a binder this year bought it from a combine It matters not what com HOSPITAL SECRETS A Nurse Saysureruna isi- Tonic of Efficiencyor MRS KATE TAYLOR Mors Kate Taylor a graduated i nurse otprominence gives her experience with Peruna In an open letter Her position In society and professional standing combino to give special prominence to her utterances ILL 127 Monroe StreetClIlCAGO as 1 have observed Porona is tho finest tonic any man or woman can use who Is weak from tho aftereffects of any serious Illness Peruna seems to restore vitality Increase bodily vigor and renew health and strength In a wonderfully hor- ltlmeURS KATE TAYLOR Address Tho 1crnna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio It you desire froolIUrv ture on catarrh pany he bought It from Every man that buys a wheat drill this fall will buy it from the American Seed- Ing Machine company it does not matter what the name of it is Wet cannot buy anything we use on the farm or about the farm without patronizing a trust in some form or oth er and we cannot afford to take chances very much longer without an organization of some kind when all other classes of labor are organized 1 We are the class of citizens that cre ate the wealth but the other fellows i such as the Chicago grain gamblers the pork packers machine manufac- turerI c get the money and we get I the experience Truly 1 WATT TAYLOR A C TAYLOR Undertaker and Embalmer I Carries a full Line everything foundin a first class Undertaking Establishment in hisshouse 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 J A C TAYLORFuneral Director and Embalmer I 1111- I Beaver Dan Ky Ia WRECKS OF THE WAR Viewing Yariag and Koriet From a Korean Boat Recalling Chemulpo Battle Incidents While Victors Were Recovering the Spoils Two men from the America gold mines In Korea one with a earner one with a desire for loot wanted what they called a chance at the Russian wrecks of the cruisers Va rlag and Korletz writes New York Post correspondent from Chemulpi Korea They took a Chinese boat with them three Koreans with sweeps making It go faster than an eight oared barge Ebb tide lowers the bay water 30 feet or more almost as much as the bay of Funday and leaves the ruined ships of war stark and mangled and naked exposing their extraordinary woundssome from Japanese fire but most Irom the explosions the Russians set off when desertln themThere are junks from down the coast filled with fish dried In their natural state and bundled In five hundreds with hemp string The quays are piled high with dried fish spreading a nauseous odor throug the town There are mountains of sacked rice Seven new warehouse are crammed with supplies whe they are I have not seen Rifle ammunition boxes filled make a two Story hall blocked The slopin rock pier that forms a landing place suited to all tides Is thick with whit bash bazouk Korean coolies lugging dried fish on crotched stocks fastened to their backs In the China war the Japanese paid the coolies probably they are doing so now for In order to distinguish their Korean workers from the multi tude they tie cords about their arms the color Indicating the regiment an don their yellowish checks the quarter masters paint In scarlet Arabic figures the number of each cooly The workers are wondrously strong They carry on their backs blocks 01 cut stone that weighs 500 pounds Yet they are small men somewha taller then the Japanese but not so sturdy or muscular for the common Japanese look like a lot ot wrestlers hard fleshed bullock headed forcefu animals with a sort of cunning bruisers The Japanese soldiers area grade above You would have then as gardeners perhaps but the others the ordinary Immigrants you woulc stop at Elliss Island San Francisco or Seattle and send home Ill get a souvenir from one of those wrecks said the rough Mlchl gan miner He seemed one of those Americans that need to be apologized for abroadThats looting he was remaind ed Ill get only photographs said the other which Is not forbidden by the laws of nations We crossed under the bows of a Japanese warship In slate war paint and up to where a junk with a Rhode Island windlass operated by hand was trying to extract a Russian gun from Its bolts on the perpendicular deck of the overturned Varlag which was lying prone on its port side in the mud uncovered by low tldelike a stranded dead whale and on the top side were a hundred or more Jap anese Liloputians on a Gulliver doing what Lilting from the port holes of her upturned side the coal which has filled her bunkers those bunkers which were designed to pro tect her from piercing shells Protection by the arrangement of coal bunkers and by Krupp steel deck onefilth ot three inches Is how the naval registers described her and here were her destroyes placidly taking her Soo tons ot coal protection- As the boat drew close al Japanese sailor with a megaphone shouted some warning We knew It was a warning Irom the tone The Korean boatmen were disturbed They com prehendedGo commanded the cameraman There came another shout in more imperative voice Go on said the calm camera man feeling of the bulb of his instrument and taking sightAn officer in long gold braided coat came and stood on a gun rampart of the Varlag glared through his marine glasses and gave a signal We bad now come around to where one of the screws of the prostrateship lifted above the water a powerful tall fin now a mere obstruction to navl Ayers Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our adIvice you would have cured Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to it If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it I used stair Vigor fnrorer 40 eln Iamnawlelyearenldantthavaaheavy- growth of rich brown Italy rarely to Ayer Hair Vlcor- Mm M A KKITII Belleville III 911X1 A bottle J C AYBUCO Iowpll Mm Alltlf1IlIgllIfor Good Hair gallon On the other side the rounded hull was slick and cleancopper below its water line and dull black new war paint above All Its wounds were on the side now under There were only two large holes there General Allen told me later The rest were small two inch holes that made the port side look like a great pepper box One of the big holes was amidsblp and that the fatal oneIn two months the Japanese wilt have reclaimed her and at 25000 expense will have about fitted her for serviceThe megphone sailor came to tbe starboard sldeSor him herlleckand bellowed again- I want to catch him in the act It said the photographer and he stood up and boldly snapped again at the threatener None but an America would have done It If that megaphone man were American he would have shot the camera out of your hands before this II we objected What the blank said the Gamer man screwing up another film Dont you know how to deal with these people Just go ahead like a FarragutWe a latten sail and bore down toward where the upper work of the little Korietz were visible You have heard about the little Kori etz too Eight years out of Stock holm yatds barkentine rigged with a ram bow and a displacement of only 1413 tons she fired the first shot at an enemys fleet of five ships of 22 700 tons a fleet accompanied b eight torpedo boats and four trans portsEven now nobody knows what the apanese looses were Their policy is to hide looses We know though nc eports of the sort have been printed In Japan or Korea that they lost two essels They were both torpedc boat destroyers Koreans reported text day that they had seen Japanese tying to cover the signs of their lOOSe es trying to cut away below low water the up extending parts of the twc orpedo boats sunk by the Russians I have leraned since that the Japanese never allow looses to be reported when they have the censorship of dispatches From the sampan General Allen tailed an officer of the returning torielz 1 I will blow up my ship at 4 oclock heslidThe Varlag was coming in listed to port fatally damaged hundred killed and wounded aboard One officer was blown overheadonly one arm was left on the ship The TaebotEngllshthe Elba Ital- Ian and thePascal French sent boats to remove the men from the sinking hip American boats from the Vicksburg aided but sanctuary on the Vicksburg was not Included in the service the men were all taken to the Pas cal the Elba and the Talbot- I have been criticised for not tak Ing them on the Vicksburg Captain Marshall said the other day I 01- fered to take them aboard our collier rlphiro The Russian commander said he was much obliged but the offer came too late My reason for not taking them aboard a United States warship was that they were in a neutral port and the conflict was between ations with whom we were on terms of friendship His position is spok en of as technically correct At 345 the last man had been taken from the Varlag and the Korletz The dead were placed in one cabin At precisely 4 oclock by means of- an elestrlc wire communicating with the magazine the little Korletz was exploded Debris flew 100 feet high I The band on board the French ship played God Save the Czar the de I brls came down and the Korletz was In two partsher forward end keel uj while the rest sank shattered gled twisted out of shape by themanI vulslons The Varlag sank at h oclockI go aboard the Koriets and get a souvenir it it taken a leg said the other man from the American minesThat i be looting and looting is an Infraction of the rules and ethics of civilized warfare was obIjectedCivilized I warfare Rules i They have gone by the board heI said So protesting he leaped ont and tore away a diminutive icon from an unsubmerged part of a cabin 00 the Korletz keepIOne may doubt after all if he is the sort of American abroad that une need trouble to apologize for S1OO Reward S10OI The readers of this will be please to learn that there is at least olle dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that lIS Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure i- I the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease require a constitutional treatment Hull Catarrh Cure is taken internal I acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surface of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that the otter One Hundred Dollars for an case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney l1 Co Toledo 0 I Sold by Druggists 75 Take HnHsFamily Pills for con ti pation FairINow to ma I feel assured that she is going to tt1 you the story of her life I Some girls have a lovely dispose ion because they are minus other al tractlonflIAfter marriage a man sometime inds that his courtship days wer pent in hugging a delusion- A woman is not always as young as she thinks she looks Unfortunately the gifted woman expects just as expensive a blrthda present as any other Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to rind a family where they are n6 domestic ruptures ccagionally but these can be lessen ed by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much troubles they the by their great work in Stomach amI Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c at fayne Griffin 4t Bros Drug Store LIVERTROUBLESI 1 I find Tlvxi fords lUackDrMiRht good mcdlcioe tor liter dloeaae ftOil and my KJII utter he had pent flOO with doctors Hisall the med ioiuo I tJceMRS CAKOLirfB MARTIN PaHrersbirrR W Va If your liver dues not net regularly ijo to your dru cist wjcure a packture of Thudforda lUajJctmnicht und take a dose gnat family medicine frets the constipated Lowell evtio up till torpid liver and cansw n cretion of bile Tbedfordn Black Draught will clwinw the im purities and Htrvngtbim the kid IHJVB A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and sickI which clniiufl as many victims as consumption A U5cent package of Thedford Black keptinI need Tbodfordd Black Dtauerbt for liver and k1dny oem lnto and found nothing to ctWIILIAMm COFP4AN M- blebead oelI THEDFORDS QLAIfDRAUGIIT LINCOLN FONDOFCIRCUI Lawyers and Landlords GladISee Him ItoFrom tliiMViitiirvj Hollowing the court about on th circuit was no doubt the joy of Lin coins life He was so fond of It that he decllnde a flattering offer to ente a lucrative law partnership In Chicago because as he contended It would necessitate more or less confinement In the office and therefore keep him off the circuit Seated in a one luorse buggy he hind a sorry looking animal he woult set out from Springfield to be gone for weeks at a stretch The lawyers as he drove Into each successive plat eagerly anticipating a new stock of stories gave him a cordial welcome and the landlords hailed his coming with delight for he was one of the most patient and uncomplaining of guestsIf every other fellow relates one of his colleagues grumbled at the Indifferent accommodations and scan fare which greeted us at many of tin dingy taverns we struck Lincoln said nothingHis In this regard wtl warrants the observation he Is said 01 the occasion to have made that he never so completely felt his own un worthiness as when he stood face to face with a real live hotel clerk How he appeared on the circuit tuaj be gleaned from this sketch of him drawn by Henry C Whitney one ol his colleagues In Central Illinois who Is yet living His hat was brown faded and the nap usually worn or rubbed off lit wore a short cloak and sometimes n shawl His coat and vest hung loose ly on his giant frame His trousers were invariably too short In one hand he carried a faded green um brella with A Lincoln in large white cottbn or muslin letters sewed on the Inside The knob was crone Irom the handle and a piece of cord usually tied around the middle of the umbrella to keep it from flying open In the other hand he carried a carpetbag in which were stored a few pa pets he used In court and enough underclothing to last till his return to Springfield +O sTGRIE1Be- antheIta Kind Yea Hare Alas Doubts Signature f4 IQCIMuch Obliged We will give the Japs and Rus sians credit for not letting anything ot a very startling nature happen during the St Louis convention for Nasal CATARRH rtsR heal For Business Good Stationery is power in husincss Business Stationery should he the beitnot merely lor prides sake but for the real worth it is to your business stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers berause that which goes make beautiful stationery is employed in our Ilnthop Every de tail of its making is attended to with the greatest wire the paper ink presswork and all are just what they should be Favor uI with an order so wo can prove the above or allturd let us show you samples I there would have been no space to tell about It except on the ninth page underneath the advertising Z Wayno Griffin Bro Ask the renders of this paper who are suffering with indigestion or dyspep sift to call on them at once and get nI bottle of Kwlol Dyspepsia Cure I fI you knew the value of this remedyas we know it you would not suller IUI other tiny Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is and tissue a thorough digeatant ing tonic as well It is eudorseel per sonally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart aunt stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening a Send Your Boys and Girls to School Young students given personal at tention Send for Catalogue and Journal Mention course wanted Address II H Cherry Bowling Green Ky- Kindly take notice that lilys 11 quid Cream Balm Is of great benefit to those suffers front nasal catarrh who cannot Inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm dif fers in form but not medicinally from the cream balm that has stood for years at the luud of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any atomizer Tile price including n spraying tub is 75 elf Sold by druggists and mniled by lily Brothers 56 Wart ren Street New York In all tie U Ute phouM bo clcamitm- aKlya Cream Balm- eteanNennthe Mil beats the diiA cd inrmtiratie It cure catarrh and dare- away a coij la the quick y a Our to i Cream nnlin b placed faro the cottnis iprwJ over ttio membrane and 11 ati orb d Ktlef li im mttliiic and a cure follow It It cot drrllIou not jirmlnce pnivrint large Sue 60 DIe at nru- qVt or by tnal Trial Site 10 cent by mal ELY UUOT1IKIUS 56 WalfMl Wret New York Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For CPrfuOCUliuiua A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It 10111 Trial Bottles free LAST TK SEASON SEA SHORE EXCURSIONTO ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAY SEA ISLE CITY REHOBOTII And Other Atlantic Const Points THURSDAY AUG 18th InUSW Stop Over Privileges on Return Trip at R Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington livtieifiolv Low Rotor+ tinull DIIVM Il1kct Trains Elegant High flack Stilt Conches Itillnian Draw I lug Room Sleeping Cars mid Com panys Dining Cars I All Trains Via Washington C Ak a ttits for Descriptive 1oliet i Containing Time of Tialnf Iiht of Hottls Etc or address IO P MCCARTY i p A- Ciiicititiiiti O I S Ul OWN D P A Loui4llIcI b 50 YEARSL EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac- Anrnne nenillnif a tkrlrh tn1 de wltethr a y niitrklr ueertaut i nr i it imi tree an Intention i lrbaM l li W I ommunlrn tt trieU C iflntUI HANDBOOK otilulmu JaIPIIIPIalpnllIYo rjvritJ rvfl without chiritt in ScktHilic American- A hmirtiomrlr lllnntr ixl we Mr trer t rlr ruUtloii It anrrlcnttS Journal Tern 13 a- tarfnurtnonthIIT Sow by Co3DlDroedwef IN wfo IIIraueb Offlce CX V Mt Vahlti rit UC 1 1r Pre Prernpt fecntm Curt for tixpetmr tae if HmtxxMl SfmfrKf lmfttloet 8prnotonM- Mrttoweett StlDlttruit Lent ef Yearn At Wilt rapt you a SnOHO rV rare Ha Prla 4100 a Dora 95 09 D ilel OtnttlOa Htllti arfaaA Hr AHntm Willi knr UI1aa fa eta LUOAeAyS ST LOUIS MO Beautiful Stationery tfT For Society CUJthe greatest caiv in our print shop TIll typo laces we have for this class of tv xrlwere se lected with the utmost earl as to beauty slimstylelira in I stance we have a series of type fill killing cards that when printed like we print is so 4 much like ingravud work that it can hardly he detected from the real It is time same with wedding invitations and the likeOur prices inn this kind of work are moderrte considering the excellent high railo work you get M JNote tHe Following Exceedingly Low Prices Envelopes good quality per ream of 5001100 and up Letterheads good quality per ream of 5015 I I Noteheads good quality per ream of500i100If tr Statements good quality per roam of 500 1Q1tr tt 0rrOrdinaryPrescription blanks in lotx1er 1000 IOn All other Job Work in proportion nH The Hartford Republican Hartford Kentucky If I y THEODORE ROOSEVELT A Study of Ills Exemplary and Eventful Career I lOti hlO a trortud I lie has meant every word he snit and till people have btlteved every wool he said and with him this con vention agrees because every word IIJH lijen sound Republican doctrine When Chairman Rout uttered these words nt the opening of the Chicago convention he Included and suggest ed ninny of the facts that nomina ted Theodore Roosevelt for President long before the delegates met at Chicago to told a national conven tins lie tilts meant every word he said This one quality lens characterized the utterances ol Theodore Roosevelt eve since he first entered public life and that was years ago for the ink was scarcely dry on his ciHege diploma until he had been given preferment b his fellow citizens And it is reason able to suppose that this knowledge of the man was one of the things that contributed to his success at the outset The people knew that they could safely depend upon him He would not deceive them The indi vidual and the world liken man when they know they can put a finger on him Gen this one quality and there are others of a similar nature that K to make the desirable friend the trustworthy business man the useful citizen tin competent of lice huller and the foundation stone of a useful career has hen deeply feu But let R man lark this one- quality and there is lIontlllrlIocom bination of other qualities to serve as a satisfactory substitute for it For this includes strength and the determination to use this strength SUIT more it wears deterioration to UK this strength for the right for otherwise however lofty his pur pnseshe could not be depended upon to crystal them into achieve mentThe people have believed every word lit sand continues the chair man ol the convention Why He cause they have come to know him They not only believe but they feel that he is sincere And they natur al tend reasonably worm to sucha man Again however we have some thing added to sincerity for a wan may be sincere and still be misled But Theodore Roosevelt is not a theo rlst or a vlslonaire His aims are lofty he has high ideals but he lives PH far from cloudland as any man that bat ever been in public lifeThis suggests another quality that makes Theodore Roosevelt rare man For ages there has been a percept ble distinction between the thinker and the doer Piao and Socrates were think is and the world has their thought today but Pericles both thought and did things and however we may revel in the sublime realms of Plato and Socrates it was Pericles who contributed to the glory of Ath ens that which chit fly appeals to us todayWe suspect that a Bismarck appeals more to theaverage human being than a Gladstone the one was a man ol deeds the other an orator But The odore Roosevelt combines the two qualities that of the thinker aj well as that of the man of action He writes an t slay on American Ideals in which he treats of the things vitalI to a great republic Here he is the thinker but civilization has been waiting lor a century for the Panama canal and he makes that great world highway possibility Thomas Jefferson wrote well and rtawned about the rights of man and set down ab stractions with a wonderful clearness but he bought Louisiana Territory and he will be remembered in history chiefly because of this one thing that he did in opposition to the theories set down in his abstiatlons This suggests another distinguishing traitj in Theodore Roosevelt because he is not required to violate his own th- eoCONTINUE Thoso awho are RainIng flesh and strWlath by regular treat withScotts Emulsion treatmentInn willdoproducts season Send for free ample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and ioo all druggiauI rles In order to record achievement His public acts are in accordance with his pubished principles and the coun try approves and applauds because the people feel that both his theories and his deeds will withstand the test of actual experience This is why Chairman Root was able to add the third element in the sentence quoted nt the beginning of this article with him this con vention agrees because every word has been sound Republican doc trineAnd this suggests a striking anal ogy between the file of this man and the life of this party that has just placed him in nomination or an office the highest that the word 1 has to be stow The Republican party came into existence hull a century ago be cause the Units then demanded a tar ty not only with high Ideals but also with the ability to accomplish what otherrparties then animated by the subli test of purposes but their methols were impracticable Out of these onlyymoved by the loftiest spirit but also Itebegan at once to recjrd achievements And fo this man began at the outset to do PS well rts to dream To this day he has been a man of deeds ns well as wordsand that is why he was long ago nominated by the people it is the reason this nomination was ratified at Chicago the other day and it is the one thing most ofall that will cause the people to ape prove both the nomination and the ratification at the polls next Novem her A Vory Closo Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve wns racket with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington IownII IU8 weak aril pale without any appetite and all run down As Iwas about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as 1 ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Statafaction guar anteed by i Wayne Griffin Bros Price fiO cents The Lightning Rod Everybody knows in a general way that a lightning rod gives protection- to I a house but many persons do not know why the rod has a sharp point and why it is usually wade of metal that does not easily corrode The object of the rod is to empty a cloud of its electricity noiselessly and harmlessly and it must be pointed be cause a fine point offers no resistance to the discharge The degree of resistance is in proportion to the surface of the object and a point has thelcait possible surface II the rod were top ped by a hall or a knob the discharge would be violent The difference between a point and a ball is shown in discharging a bit tery perhaps some of our boys and girls have seen their teacher of phys ics make the experiment The full charge from a large battery may be received quietly on a metal point but a moderate charge from a small bat tery will explode with violence on a ball It Is said that a full charge may bi passed harmles ly through a per sons body if received on the point of a crewing needle whereas the same discharge received on a ball tipped discharger would cause Instant death Non corrosive metal is used for the point of the rod because corrosion makes resistance and must therefore be provided against Many a lightning rod has received an electrical disbarge when the occupants of the house knew nothing about it J The pill that will will 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 effect yet they are so certain in results that no one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from biliousness sick headache torpid liver jaundice dizziness and all trou bles ariaing from an inactive slug gish liver Early Risers are unequaled Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro A School With Prestige The Southern Normal School needs no Introduction to the public It has been In constant and successful operation for the last twentyeight years andhss won an enviable reputation for I l thorough and practical work It op 1 I adangersee The danger of byhorse ty one to everybody the danger being murdered by a microbe does not trouble ivs And yet the minute tidangerousthan The only people who can afford not to fear the mi crobes of disease are those who keep their blood pure practically attacks of most niicrobtm Dr Pierces Golden Medical DitcoWi cry purifies and enriches the bloodand gives the body a vigorous vitality It cures scrofula eczema boils pimples and other eruptive diseases are caused by impure blood I had been troubled for RlJOtIt four years with eczema or n skit disease at times was almuHt uubcnrablc as it would itch so writes Mr John 1irisoti of 115 Iowhattan St Dallt+ Texn M I concluded to Dr fierce + Golden Medical 1I covey aud alter usiiiR thc bottles found that I was entirely cured Please accept many thanks Accept no substitute for 1 Golden Med Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the blood Dr Iierces Pleasant Pellets cure coa tipattou and its consequences erJtes the School ol Law Music Elo cution Oratory Pedagogy Prepara tory County Certificate State Certifi cate Junior Scientific Senior Scien tific and Classic Courses Any one contemplating taking any of these courses should write for a handsome Catalogue and Ilustrated Journal Mention course wanted Address H II Cheery President Bowling Green KyIHad a Managerie of Her Own- A story is told ol a Cherokee woo man who has married six times andI never got out of the animal When she was a gill she was known as Miss Mollie Panther She married an Indian named Coon and whenI this gentleman was transferred to the happy hunting grounds she became Sirs Fox The Fox did not last al ways and when he entered the last chase the widow married a mild placid man named Mule who never bad any kick coming till he harness ed up to draw his load across the Grand Divide After H period 01I mourning the widow enterred the realms ot matrimonial bliss and beI came Mrs Wolf spd when his scalp went to the Gra Father along wltbI his corporeal remains she became the wife of a man named Tiger and when Mr Tiger changed his sripes for a pretty white robe in the Great Beyond she selected another husband by the name of Rabbit When bilious take ChamberlainsI Stomach and Liver Sale by Z Wayne Griffin BroC Hartford Educate Your Children We take boys and girls under our personal supervision Write for information Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky Reflections of a Bache1ortNew York Ir8d1tIt tbks will power to lit your wife have a will of her ovn Every girl knows perfectly well that eyes are made to see with when there are no men arlundEWhen a woman disoverS her first wrinkle she goes on a still hunt to see if she can acquire a reputation for having a fine mind Its very hard for a woman to Understand how her husband is not elected PresHent when he knows bow to put up all the awnings without tearing them As roan ai a man gets to be elected Village School Trustee be begins practicing up on his speech accepting the nomination for President ot the United States Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by manya man en during pains of accidental CutllI Wqunds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet of stiR 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 to 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drllll isIStu Fall Session The Frl Session begins August 30 1904 Write for catalogue Address H H Cherry President Southern Narmal School and Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certin to be needed in almost every home before the summer is over It can always he de pulled upon even in the mast severe and dangerous case It is especially valuable for summer disorders in chit I neverI not buy it now It may save your life For sale by all Druggists To Golden California i Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colorado and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip tate from St Louis to San Fran cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sovereign Grand Lodge I 0 0 F Sep tember next Liberal stop overs inIscenic Colorado Tickets on August 15 to September lo limited October 23 194 Two fast trains I daily Pullman sleepers char cars and Dining cars Special train personally conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops en route to sight see Colorado itc For itinerary of trip descriptive literature map folders etc consult Tick i et Agents or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton j BUg Louisville Ky n The Slow Train While playing Rip Van Wrinkle lit Missouri Joseph leflsrson one af ternoon hoarded a train on a notor iously slow rallrcnl for St Joseph He went into the sleeping car but didnot expect to go to bed as the train was due to arrive late in the eveningIIt dawdled along however and seeing that it would be toward morning before it reached its destination ordered his berth mile up and prepared to turn in As the por ter finished his labors on it Jef lerson soldIeled OCtI guess Im in for a full sight of it i Deed I mented the PosltlvelporterItinned the actor Itll be morning I before we arrive Do you think well get in before Im awaktIMighty slow road sah Bound be plumb morning sah But one of the passengers sah was a telllnI me that yous the genleman what once went to sleep and slep twenty vouJtake one of dem naps well be able to land you mighty clcss to St J eI fore you wake rah II S Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that is done by boards of health and charitable in clined persons the death rate among I small children is very high during hot weather of the summer months in the large cities There is not probably one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however tbat could not be cured by the timely use by Chamber huns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank Riggs of Fraaklinsville N Y in speaking of thisremedsaid ItI have found it expedient to have a supply of Chamberlains Cbolic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy on hand It has been a family safeguard and while especially beneficial to children it is equally good in adult cases Ireo ommend it cheerfully and without reservation For sale by all drug gists Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pacific Railway from St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glen wood Springs 37 00 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until September 3 i return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop overt with diverse routes Three fast trains dai from St Louis elegant equipment descriptive literature particulars- etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Telegraphy Send for special catalogue of the National School of Telegraphy Every worthy graduate secures a position Address H H Cherry Bawling Green Ky II A1ckciablcPreparalionforAssinlilLling litt ll c SlouKicls ard Bowels ofJ IPro OICS DigrslIcuChceriUr neitheri I 1 Irrri rKfHdJ i1lElPITC1IER failJuH to tlxSrrift AdbS hiyr I JfntIIlIwltJJf IInw r I I Aperfccl Twined rI 1lJSISour sl0a18c11Dlarncoc- n11lirrntslonvulsiullsFcverish f1 I I I1aZuii Signature oi I r rf I L XEV7 IU VORK I XtAY= PPR- J l r For and h I i I t I i I f I I The of the Age Vhv licniunf It 1iiren completely and nt ours It relievo the pangs of n living death t All races of Illtu can l e cured liy n Hiiigliul opurutlon but you would rather have Illiurel without the knife HAltltlS 1OSITIVK 1JIB tllti will do It Made only by tho lillchtlflil Ilmrimuiil lo line Tor nalu by J H Hartford Ky I I WORMSljILLINOIS RIAtInfants Children HavehAlways Bought Bears the lignatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTTgATHE Harris Positive Pile CureI Biggest Seller If WILLIAMS BENTRBL R R OF TRAIN SERVICE BuffetLibrary Sleep Chair Cars on direct to the FAIR of the Fair with Days December IS greatly reduced rates to St Louis and Thursday less than one tare trip pmculars as to spe and train time of agent VAN METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky nl AIoulnlJle fb U P A New Orleans JNO ASCOTT AQPA Memphla CR AMIaannty Bad In For 20 Yiars Has Led all Worm Hemsdies m- oxz y SY L17GIa oaVGrGrXIIXPI- epare4l by 4 JAMES F BALLARD St Louts ForSale by J H Will Iiams Hartford Ky + 010 01 ++++++++ 1 t++oH ++ J 1 110 i FEMACURA Jf tbtMiuiy remedies for Kennilc lilHfHiMi ore on the market but the only OUH + IIIIH proven to hit nn nbmilntH 11111 iionlllve t nru fur nil forum ot Keiimle Trouble IN t- t KKMAnllA A dliiKle trlrtl will convince the moHt skeptical of its almost ml t- t riirnlniiH 4tmitlve imnvn MadnonlybythehlillIIFIFIUIIL11IMACAIrOi- ne tFor Biilo by oft i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t t tm + + + + + +++ t++ I + + + + + ++ + Jrh Hartford Republican lxxned liv the Hnrtford rulillHlilni Company INCOIIIOIUVEII C I foU 1IIIclllorc rncoCumtiarlaz3 3 3 ouCh 4iJr Advertising Ratest- oltdDotbrslnewnts PIT line tlrd lU + ertln HUll live rant lwchsubsequent liiwrtlnii Ulsjilny tIr Incli I liiwrilnii i liii trtIot iMiiiiTtitlv- a ely Pi Pbptns trliHli iiiinitli+ ri IS 1 11 Msplny elwtriitvi sr htiht month i II 1 IE I Oliltnary niiil MHUHUV males innrxut iiwmi ur all over IMI word tn1t IIIIIt niiNiinpaiii muntwrttit ortlu urtlrle will ht ni iluwn the nintivil limit AH oliltmirv poetry 111- 1oInl H word Cni h f Ill ooh Irliitlntr fniiii heapt to IfHt lrhiH 1xitwllnulv m- wFRIDAY JULY 15 ANNOUNCEMENT roil iAiiiit- V Hrt iiutliiirlnd to iiniiomnv IAMKS 1 MOHTON IIKII niiillliite for tin iiitlrv utlallei of Ohio inntThiiliKt to tin notion of tin inIbllenn party HII DEMOCRATIC issues never live to he four years ol K THEKE is more prospects of the Re publicans carrying Missouri than there is of the Democats carrying New York VOTERS are invited by the Republican party to study its record the Democrat earnestly hope that theirs may be forgotten MR URYAXS party which in ltand 1900 fouuil peace to its soul in worshiping a silver calf now submits to its crucifictinn on a cross of gold wearing crown of thnrnsI COL W C P BurcKixmnGE the veteran Democrat of the Blue Grass district referring to the St Louis Democratic platform says It is both a patchwork and a compro I mice1T was quite manly of Judge Park I er to express his opinion before the convention adjourned but it would have been more manly in him to Lave expressed it before the conven tion met TILE Republican party seeks the vtto of the farmer because it has fur nibbed him better markets and better prices for his products than ever he fore The Democratic party never I expects the farmers vote except when hi has been ravaged by drought and the chiuchlugs iv reply to Democratic expres sinus of fear of Imperialism we would respectfully point them to Cuba and Panama as two new Republics that have been added to the worlds map and two notable contributions to the cause of human advancement that have been made under the sponsorship of President Roosevelt anda loyal Congress COL BRIAN took a sensible view of the situation during the closing Democratichlf the gold standard ia right why run away from it If it be good why be afraid of itIIAnd if it is bad enough to scare you out of putting it in your platform it id too bad for your candidate to be in favor of Speaking of the recent Democracic convention and its work the Hartford Herald says Let It lie remembered that the dominat Into Idea and aim of tbo democratic Na tonal Platform la the defeat of Moose veltThere you have it clearly stated The greed for office ao says the Her aId ia the dominating factor in the party that enunciated the St Louis pIa form Principles have been cast aside Former party leaders have been sent to the rear and the great Democratic party comes before the people in 1904 practically repudiat ing its platforms of 1896 and 1900 The financial isauefree silvert6t- o 1 or bust is no longer a question for the voter The defeat of Roose vnll is the dominating idea anti aim of Democracy And why defeat Roosevelt Is it because the policies of his ndmimstratiHi tire objectiona ble It cannot ho thutf r import nt otthiu IIRV lin IIIr11 by the CUnVCIIUUBCVeu ihe id0iuuil b the main issue in two campaign which resulted in us many Republican victories has been firmly and irrevo ably established and is no longer an issue so says the nominee of you convention So if all the facts and circumstances connected with Democratic affairs for the past ten year be considered we think it will be easy for any fairminded person to agree with us and with our esteemed contemporary the Heraldthat Dem ocracys dominating ideas and air is to get the offices let principles he trailed in the dust if it needs be Jrwii PAKKEK the Democratic candidate for President was so uncertain in his financial views in 1891 and 1900 that he voted for Bryan an free silver and he was so silent in 1104 that the most astute had neve express himself on the money ques tionIt was not until twenty four hour after the proposed gold plank in the St Louis platform had been abandoned and after the Presidential nomination had been nailed down hard am fast that Parker made up his mini to let the party know where he stood on the money question- If Judge Parker was sensitive about accepting a nomination uu der false pretenses why did he not give his great and good friend Hill at least an inkling of his views before the convention had made its choict and while there was yet a chance to nominate some one more in harmony with the straddling platform adopted WHITESVILLE- July IPalmer Wedding who has been visiting his parents Dr and Mrs J R Wedding returned to Loulsville Monday The St Marys barbecue proved to be very successful regardless ol the inclemnncy of the weather Frank Brooks spent Saturday and Sunday with parents her Miss Janie Sap went to Louisville last Monday to visit friends and rela tives Miss Florence Simmons ol Rome came up Saturday to attend the barbecue and to visit friends and reU Lives lor a few days Sam and Ion Crowe Fordtvllle spent Sunday at this place Willie Sargent and Ermon Fuqua Fordsville visited friends here Sun dayMiss Zella Evans Owensboro Is visiting relatives here Miss Willie Turnham Narrows is the guest of Misses Aloerta Birkhead a r Stelle Weeding this week Mr James Carter Narrows spent Sunday here Willie Tall Magan attended the que here Saturday ElfIlyded Mr and Mrs W D Neelenter tamed a few of their friends and rel atives at their country home Wed nesday night Mr and Mrs R O Neel Fords ville spent Sunday with relatives hereMisses Stella and Mary Wedding will leave Thursday to attend the que at Dundee and to visit friends and relatives at Narrows Hartford and Sulphur Spring Misses Vive Clemants Lzzle Rhoads Bessie and Clara Floyd Messrs Fabian Coomes Eddie Rhoads Jimmie Bickerel Dr Filia trean Knottsvllleattended the que here Saturday Miss Mary H Wedding left Mon day for Fordsville and Hartford to visit relatives Mrs Tieff Hardlnsburg is the guf st of Mr and Mrs P H Haffy this week Palmer Wedding west to Owens bore Friday The home phone has sent out a construction crew from Owensboro and are putting in an exchange at this place Misses Mary H Wedding Annie Hickey Nuna McCarty Martha Kit tinger Messrs Chas Smith Owens boro Geo Brookp Silas Bell and J O Strothers spent last Sunday and Monday at Sulphur Springs and Hartford Miss Essie Smith Owensboro vis- It here last weeks SULPHUR SPRINGS July 12The school at this place which opened on the fourth under the management of Mr Elvis Morgan is progressing nicely The childrens day at Mt Vernon on Sunday July the third was enjoy ard ed by all who were present The ex erclses given by the small children and large ones as well was very entertaining In the afternoon Dr D H Godsey lectured to the Sunday school and Rev G r Bean and F M Petty and others made short talks I The singing by the choir was most i excellentMr B Mitchell and James IaI gan made a flying trip to Louisville i FourthMiss Aughtry visited in White Run last week Miss Laura Johnston and sister i Miss Bettie of Dundee visited their parents Mr and Mrs T F Johnston lest week i daughltergrandson Rob Jessie and James Dull of Ellzabethtown are visiting the family of Mr R J Duff and Mr T F Johnson this weekIMiss Lula Johnston of Louisville Is visiting Miss Esther and Leone Johnston this week Dr J A Dull has moved into hit new property at Sulphur springs nnd Is now ready for calls Quite a number of friends and ref atives took dinner at Mr J B Mitch ells Sunday Miss Emma Morris is visiting Miss Artie Duff this week Miss Annie Cannon and Mr Charlie Mitchell of Owensboro are visit ing Miss Rena Cannon this week Mrs Mersadees and Myrtle Canon visited Miss Dellie White last Sunday Important Read- I have cut the prices on my Dry Goods and Notions Shoes and Hats In order to close them ont before I vlrlt the markets this fill Call Mid get my prices belore buying else where as it will be money in your pocket to do so C L ARMKNDT Dundee Ky P SArmendt R Wedding have lihsolved partnership and I am at the same old stand Program- Of the fifth Sunday meeting of the Ohio county Baptist Association to be held with Rockport Baptist church July30and3119tIMeet Saturday i op m for wor ship organization and then welcome by Jno T Casebier 200 p m the duty of a church to the pastorC D Stevens Sidney laddox 230 p mDefects of pastors as viewed by LaymenA B Tlchenor A H Ross 315 p mProportionate giving or Religious support J W Blnstow L L Maddox 400 p mHow tar can church nembers indulge in wordly amusements without rnpouiislng chris Ian character E D Maddox L P rakeSoo p mTlie licensed liquor aloons their effects on moral homes and churches led by J P Miller 0- M Shultz 5 H Burnett Sunday 900 a m Devtolonal ex rclses by Chairman 915 a mSunday schools as a neaps of saving 8OulaJ D Maddox L W Tichenor T J Acton 1000 a mSunday school 1 100 a mSHwon by J H Bur ictt 200 p m The divine origin of nisstonsJ N Jarnagin H P Brown 300 p mHow can our churches belt develop our young peopleToJ latcliff E W Coakley 800 p mSermon by T J Rate ComaJNOThose coming on the train wilt be net at depot Saturday July 30 1145 a m Big Bargains 2 Walter A Wood Mowers 3500 ach 5 Steel Hay Rakes 1500 each D L D SANDRHFUR- at2 Beaver Dam Ky Farmers Meeting The County Union of the Farmers Co operative Union is herebycalled to meet at Fordsville Saturday July 22 1904 T N LANHAM Pres CLEAR RUN Editor REPUALICAN We welcome your valuable paper very much and hope that its editor correspondents may still improve Its columns so that every Repubtl can may feel that he is nut at home without it We have no sensational news to mpart to you save there Is a great leaf of sickness in this locality J E Lowe wife motherand broth A Bad StomachLes- sens the Usefulness and mars the hap plncss of life a weak stomach n stomach that call IIts perform Its functions Among its symptoms are distress alter outing nausea between meals heartbun belching vomiting Uatulunce and nervou headache HoodsSarsaparillc Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and dyi pepsla and the cure Is permanent Accept no substitut- eI visited J A 0 Park last Sunda The people of this neiRhborhoo contemplate visiting the barbecue at Dundee next Saturday Notice 1The committee on building rock road from Hartford to Beaver Dam a dii tance of four miles for the county and one mile for each of the towns will receive sealed bids on Wednsday Jul 20 1904 at I oclock ptu in Judge J P Millers office For pInts Itu1 specifications Cfll on Judge J P Miller Hartford ROWAN HOUIKOOK Member Committee Hartford Ky July 12 1004 v Notice On July 22 iyM I will hold a com pttillve examination in my oflice to select beneficiaries to the collegial department of the Agricultuial Rnd Mechanical college Lexington Kj The appointments to the named de partment will be at some subsequent datenotice of which will be given JAS M DKWKKSR S C S Quarterly Report 01 t1I1- I Roc porl Deposit Bank At the Close of Business on June 30th 1904R- 1S0LRCES Loans and Discounts 144177 Overdrafts unsecured 5000 Due from National Banks 35S4 3v Due from state banks and bankers 73132 I 3IS7 Banking house and lot 2 JiS 7S Specie 1 ooo oo Currency 2 09700 3 OQPOt Other items carried us cash 501 22 Furniture and fixtures i595Pi Current expenses last Quarter 469 30- 33So6 5736 TOTAL 2462 86 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 900000 Undivided profits 85181 Due Depositors as follows viz I Depois subject to check on which interest- is not paid 13 751 05 Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 100000 I4 75105 Capital Stock not paid 600000 TOTAL 24 60286 SlIlIKMKNTtUT 1 lllghest amount of Indebtedness of any 4ti ckhoMr person conmn or arm flu Iluillng la the liability of the company or firm the liability of the ludlvlilanl memhotN thorcof illtv tly or ImJIrecUy If such ladubt eJntM tlIIdtO par cent of cnplul Htork actually paid ID and actual amount ofmir Aloe of the bankJ How U IndebtwdnM stated In abuse Item I secured sex xsction 5x3 Kentucky Statute 1 HIxtiMt amount of InJebtfilnM of any director or officer If amount of sucb Inclvbt Anew PItOth 10 pr cut of puldap capital stock of bunk Non Sw Section MI Kentucky StHtutoM 4 How Is miiuBHtfoured 5 Ioes amount of lndebt Jnea of nay person company or Arm Including In the lia bility of the company or firm of the Individ ual numbers thereof exceed 30 per cent of puldup capital and actual Hurplus Nc If HO state amount of such indebtodnei 6 Amount of last dividend7 Were all oxpeusM IOSSM Intermit und tHIN deducted tbrefroui before declaring dividend and WUH not lend than 10 percent of net profits of the bunk for the period cov and by the dividend curried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared See Section BlHi Kentucky Statutes IsntnckylsCounty IK L Bilpuy Cashier of Ilockport Depoal Dunk a hank located and doing bunlneM on Main Street In the own of Ilockport In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing re port Is In till respects a true statement of the condition of the mild Dank at the close of bust ness on the troth day of June 1904 to the best or his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Dunk ban been transacted at the location named und not elsewhere und that the above report Is made In compliance with ur official notice received from the Secretary or State dHulKUBtlnu tlio iOth tiny of June HUM at the day ou which Hiub report ahull be innile- Subwrlbed und swore to befare me hv K I llnpxv the iltb any of Inly rain- I liElli X P OC My rimmlMmi experes lurch W 1WW K I Dtircr IHsblerI- OIITKII lllNIKYt lllrslfirsI Special Sale OF I Hosiery Odds and Ends i Of Our Spring Stock Itwant to iiiiki a rlian IIIor our entire stock of Slimmer AliMvlismilisi hi orkcr to do o ill have jilacic on sale tins Specials at a uroat sacrifice Special No1 TIll doen ladies fastblack seamless Hone in plain tit lace stripe A ready seller at iu Our Special price this week 10c Special No2 ILadil Colored Silk lnihrellas in lied Blue lend i Jreini Changeable pure Sill in uality warranted not to fade Never sold for less than al to jO t ur Specirl price this week 2- 1Special No 3 One lot shunt lengths in Sea Island Percales iU in ches wide all colors These uood are stilt everywhere at IJJc Our Special price to close the lot is Tie Special No4 Ladies Hats Not old lock but new and stylish Millinery They must jo at a iiivat loss to us Price no object Move out and move quickly i tilt motto Kemember that besides these specials you will find our house full of tempting bargains Prices from 10 to 2o per cent lower than you are in tIll habit of pay lug elsewhere 4 f IIfl1 citI l WeN1 i Are NotH i The only people in business but we are the only people offering sueh excellent values in seaaonable goods You are to be the judge Hows this Mens and Youths Pants that sold for 450 now 300 II 11 1I 1l350r 250 11 11 1t 250 175 U 11 11 1I 200 125 1 11 11 1I 150II 100 11 11 125 75 Summer Suits Straw Hats and Slippers all to go J at reduced prices as we dont intend to carry over a single article In ordtr fo move them we make these prices at a time of the season you can get the benefit at once Come early and get the be- stYours Truly The Brown Mercantile Co CINCltlO- ItA9IhiMcHENRY KY Come Look Over Our Stock- Is the Common Phraze Many Mer chants Will Fire at You Through This Month Vhy bless you you havent the time and it wouldnt do you any good anyway You would just get mixed up and confused and would go out disgusted because you saw so many things you couldnt have or didnt want That is not the way to do at all Just come here and tell us that you want a Suit of Clothes a Dress Pattern a pair of Shoes a Hat Notions Furniture Groceries or anything in cur line and we will show you things enough to please you Nobody has better Dress Goods than ours Nobody has better Clothing than ours nobody has bet better Shoes than ours Lots of new ideas in all lines We always I have the correct thing at the correct price We quote prices on a few items for July Best Calico 5c Best Shiring Prints 5c Good Factory Cotton 5c Good Bleach 8c Ladies Hose 5c Mens Socks 5c Remnant Calico 2ic Remnant Percales 4c Sea Island Cotton 6c Scotch Lawns 5c Better Lawns 8 10 and 15c India Linens 5c Good India Linen JOc Long Cloth JOc Dimity Checks IOc ClotHing Deportment Childrens Suits 1 Youths Suits 1 Mens Worsted Suits 2 Mens All Wool Suits 5 Mens Good Black Cheviot Suits 10 Mens Fine Worsted Suits 13 to 15 Why not come to us We are always able to supply your wants CARSON CO Hartford KYI n Hartford RepublicanI FRIDAY JULY 15 illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Hound Month No 132 tin lOJn in No 11IuDondINo 102 luIIHJjll m IIIUI No 123 dim 12 30 pm 11111 tJUIII1II1 Fresh fish at City C C White made us a pleasant call i while in town Monday I Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat I J A Rhoads Centertown called toj ace UB while in town Saturday For Boya IIECONOIY L P Downs Livermore called to j see us while in town Saturday Latest Btylea In LowCut Shoes at SAM BACUS W H Carter Narrows made ua a pleasant call while in town Friday i City Restaurants Ice Cream IsI simply fine Try it City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Call and see Reduced prices un Oxfords and Strap Sandals at Carson CoIB P Petty Narrows made us a very pleasant call while in town Fri day SUItO1and Cecil Park Clear Run called at THE REPUBLICAN office while in town Saturday Leave your Laundry atCleve Ilersj grocery Woik guaranteed Prompt I denvery46tf WANTED 20 gallons blackberries Cali at TilE REPUBLICAN office Ask to see ourSilkGinghamstoeCARSON Fcr Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurant IWe buy Ginseng and herbs THE BROWN MERCANTILS Co- Render Ky We are making low prices on our Milinery Goods nod Straw Hata- CARSON Co New Belts Belt Buckleaand Clasps and many other novelties judt receiv ed at the Economy Dry Goods Store D L D Sanderfur Beaver Dam called to see us while In town Mon dayA complete line of Hamilton Brown ladles and gents Slippers just re ceived SAM BACH H 4 Owen Olaton called at TUB REPUBLICAN office while in town Mon day Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms I A Thomas corner up stairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf SAWING WANTED Capacity of Mill 10000 fee per day Satisfac tion guaranteed Address M G WILSON 5114 Rosine Ky Cash paid for life insurance policies In old line companies or substantial loans will be made thereon R E LER SIMMERMAN Hartford Ky You will find constantly on hand at Rlleys Meat Market Country Hams and Bacon Fresh Meats of all kinds Chickens Eggs Dundee Flour Meal Ljime Salt Groceries and Vegetables Your patronage solicited iI WittrACR RrIJRY C P Hodges Cromwell called to see us yesterday C H Sturgeon Evansville Ind is visiting In the city Lon Barnard Ceralvo was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mrs Lonnie Twtddell who has been seriously ill for some time Is no better Postmaster Wood Tinsley who has been quite ill for several days Is slightly Improved Mr and Mrs S M Phillips returned Tuesday from a weeks visit at Princeton Ind Mrs Mollie Jessnn and daughter Louise Corbin Ky are the guests of Miss Minnie Mclntire u John Durham and daughter Miss Willie Ceralvo called at THE RErun LICAN office Wedmslay Rev Joe B Rogers and family of Springfield Ill are the guest of rela tlves and friends near town Rev F M Petty and family Lou isville are visiting friends at Narrows and Sulphur Springs Supt DeWeese left yesterday for Fordsvllle where he goes to hold the July teachers examination John McIntire who Is in the employ of the Bowling Green and Kvansvllle Packet Company Is visiting In town this week Mr J H Williams and family will leave Sunday to attend the worlds fair They will also visit relatives in KntiFas Klah J McKenney traveling sales man for J M Robinson Norton Co Louisville made us a pleaant call while in the city Wednesday Mis A C Taylor who has been dangerously ill for the past week was thought to be some better at the hour of going to press last nip tt WANTED A boy pttnter or one to learn the trade who can accept a per mennat job Must have fair educa tion Apply at REPUBLICAN office One lot of odd Shoes and Slippers at Fairs Original prices 150 200 and 2 50 Choice now Soc Sizes 3 3j and 4 only We publish today In another col umn the first quarterly report of the Rockport Deposit Bank It shows that the new enterprise is doing a splendid business Will Hurt and Capt J G Keown left Wednesday for Yankton South Dakota where they will register In the public land contest soon to be opened We have about 15 or 20 pieces of Silk Gingham Madras Cloth and Dimities to clove out at roc original price 25C to 350 Now is the time to get a nice dress lot a small sum of money CARSON Co C R Stephens of the Centertown neighborhood returned the first of the week from a tour of the West He visited the barren plains of Arizona the mountain peaks of Colorado and other sections of note Bargains in clothing at the Econo my Store see them 13 00 and 400 suits at 245 500 suits at 34S 650 suits at 395 17 50 suits at tS 45 850 silts at Is 95 1 and 12 50 suits t14S It will pay you to see these suits before the best are picked oversplended values The town of McHenry has Insti tuted suit in the Ohio Circuit court against the Illinois Central Railroad Company seeking to cover damages In the sum of 1750 for failure to maintain a crowing on Render street In said town and seeks to enjoin the company Iron obstructing the street The suit was brought by Attorneys S A Anderson and W H Barnes Mra Nancy Park mother of our townsman Esq Taa A Park died at the home of her SOB William Park at Red Hill Davies county Mon day morning Mrs Park has been in declining health for some time and her death was not unexpected Her remains were Interred in the family cemetery near Clear Run at i oclock Tuesday She is surv ved by a large family of children Mrs Alva Galloway who lives near Smalhons was rendered unconscious by a bolt of lightning last Friday The lightning struck the chimney of the house and an Inside And struck Mrs alloway she being near the fireplace at the time She was at first thought to be in a serious condition but after an hour she regained con sciousness and at list report WPS get ting along very well Sheriff Cal P Keown was in Louis ville first ol the week i Special prices next week at Fairs to the OhiolCounty school teachers D M Hocker Corbin is visiting in our Midst this week J G Wilson Rosine called to see us while In town Wedndaday No regard for cost of Mlllnery at Fairs They are yours Come and get them Twenty dczen Childrens seamless black ribbed hose Regular iscqual Ity Fairs special price loc One lot of mens and boys Staw Hats Original price soc to 100 Choice slow 250 They are at Fairs Mrs S A Anderson and cnildren and Miss Laura Morton are spending this week at Dawson Springs I One lot 36Inch Sea Island Percals in plaids and polka dot Original price i2ic Your choice now 74c- At Fairs George Calloway the nineteenyear old son of widow John Calloway who lives at McHenry was drowned in White river near Llnton Ind Monday morning After a days search the body was found and brought to McHenry for Interment Died at the home of its parents at Rockport little Alma Ruth daugh ter of Wing and Estela Ross Born 4 Decembar 12 192 died of brain fever June 28 1904 age i year 6 months and 16 days Another rose blasted 4 another tie broken another angel gone to join the angelic bind on the shores of eternal deliverance Weep not The Lord giveth and the Lord takethaway Dear Alma though sad we mark the closing eye of those we love in days gone by yet sweet In death their latest song Well meet again twill not be long DJ W H L Thomas a tanner living near Sulphur Springs was the victim a few days ago ofan accident with fortunate results Mr Thomas is seventy years oldand has been almost totally deaf for several years but while riding into his bun about two projectIngwound just above his right ear since which time his hearing has been phe nominally better Mr Thomas had not previous to the accident heard the stroke of a cock even when near It for four or five years but now he hears the clock strike from any part ol the room CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of O OOA OOOpwO wOAA Ow09A AOA A J9w- Oa3q3j0AwO I57 15he V V E 4 4 bit 4 UptoDate it 1Store X tt 41 4RWe can interest you with the newest i 4 barR4 nishings that were not out at an earlier sea jj Jj son These goods are now arriving and are j t4 uptodate and can be had only of upto bs J date people See our new things in Dress JJJ V Goods Ladies Belts and Hair Ornaments bit J all just out Wrist Bags Ladies Collars La = u4 dies Gloves Laces and Inserting are a few bit JJ of the new things we are showing jj L = L Clothing Specials- Our Clothing trade has been very large and we have been forced to re order 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 I nearing a close remarkable for its 4q greatly increased sales and general DressCalico 5c Factory 5c Go Heavy 3 pairs Suspenders 25c 0 Big and Childrens Hose5cr- ood One Suit 45c satisfaction but our large and well selectedstock bit which has been jjj edwe are showing good styles and M great values Visit this department 5M andsecure the reduction the = season demands bit bit bitOtherOur line of Wash Dress Goods is = yet very complete comprising al i most as mutiny patteans and styles as bit seen earlier Whether you buy in = the cheap 5c Lawns or in the high bs er priced you will find at no JJ a larger line than we are biting Dont fail to see this lineb9fi bit II SJ1 TICHENOR IHcHenry E July Clearance Sale 10 Black Clay Worsted Suits at 250 Sizes 35 to 42 10 All Wool Suits Regular 700 Goods at 495 All sizes 12 Youths Suits Black Clay Worsted at 235 Sizes 14 to 19 25 pairs All Wool Pants 125 GoodsB- est Cotton Bleach Cotton Bedticking15c Jlandkerchiefs25cLa- dies Top Shirts 25c Underwear froml constantlyreplenish usual fabrics place show Sho s25 pairs Hamilton Brown Fine Shoes at 125- Heavy Work Shoes 100 Ladies Shoes 125 We also handle everything else us ually kept in a firstclass dry goods store at prices as cheap as the cheap est Dont fail to attend this sale for it means a saving to your pocketbook SAM BACH Hartford RATE BONNETTHE ROMANCE or A PIRATES DAUGHTER lBy FRANKz R STOCKTON Ji fopjTlsbt 1W2 by D Applotou S Co Now York II CHAFFER XXXV AGAIN DtrKOUY WAS THICUE HERE were indeed gay times in Spanish Town and with the load lifted from her heart Kate helped very much to promote the gaiety If this young lady had wished to make a good colonial match she had opportunities enough for so doing but she was not in that frame of mind and encouraged no suitor But bright as she was she was not so bright as on that great and glorious day when she received Ben Green ways letter telling her that her father was no longer a pirate There were 1 several reasons for this gradually growing twilight of her happiness and one was that no letter came from her father To be sure there were many reasons why no letter should come There were no regular malls in these colonies which could be depended upon and besides the new career of her father sailing as a privateer under the kings flag would probably make it very diflkult for him to send a letter to Jamaica by any regular or irregular method Moreover her father was a miserable correspondent and always had been Thus she comforted herself and was content though not very well content to wait Then there was another thing which troubled her when she thought of it That good man and steady lover Marlin Neweombe had written that he was coming to Spanish Town and she knew very well what he was coming for and what he would say but she did not know what she would say to him and the thought of this troubled her In a letter she might put off the answer for which he had been so long and patiently waiting but when she met him deIIfThere was so much to think of soI many plans to be considered in regard to going back to Barbadoes or staying In Jamaica that really she could not make up her mind at least not until she had seen her father She would be so sorry if Mr Newcombe came to Spanish Town before her father should arrive or at least before she should bear from him Then there was another thing which added to the twilight of these cheerful 3as and this Kate couW scarcely un derstand because she could see no rea son why It should affect her The Governor whom they frequently met In the course of the pleasant social functions of the town looked troubled and was he used to beiKate mentioned to her uncle the hanged demeanor of the Governor but he could give no explanation he had beard of no political troubles but sup posed that family matters might easily have saddened the good man Still there were dinners and little parties and society made Itself very pleasant and In the midst of them all a ship came in from Barbadoes bring- Ing a letter from Martin Newcombe A strange thing about this letter was that It was addressed to Mr Delaplalne t y and not to Miss Kate Bonnet This of course proved the letter must be onI business and although he was hU little family when he opened hid letter he thought it well to glance at It before reading It aloud The first few tines showed him that it was indeed a business letter for it told of the death of Madam Bonnet and how the writer Martin Newcombe as a neighbor and friend of the family bad been called In to take temporary charge of her effects nnd having done so he has tened to inform Mr Delaplalne of his proceedings and to ask advice Having finished these business de tails Mr Delaplalne went on and read aloud and in the succeeding portion or the letter Mr Newcombe begged Mr Delaplalne to believe that It was the hardest duty of his whole life to write what he was now obliged to write but that he knew he must do it and therefore would not hesitate At this the reader looked at his niece and stopped Go on cried Katu her face a little flushed go on The face of Mr Delaplalne was pale and for a moment ho hesitated then with a sudden jerk he nerved himself to the effort and read on he had seen enough to make him understand that thei duty before him was to read on Briefly and tersely but with tears in the very ink so sad were the words the writer assured Mr LKIaplalne that his Jove for his niece had been and was the overpowering impulse of his life that to win this love he had dared everything he had hoped for every I tiling he had been willing to pass by and overlook everything but that now and it tore his heart to write it his evil fortune had been too much for him be could do anything for the sake of his love that a man with respect for himself could do but there was one thing at which be must ptop at which tae must bow his hood and submit to his fatthat he could not marry the daughter of an executed sign 1 Thus dune to that little family roup the news of the pirate Bonnets tenth There was more of the letter j out Mr Delaplalne did not read it Kate did not scream nor moan nor taint but she cat up straight in IMC chair and gazed with a wild intentness at her uncle No one spoke At such a morent condolence or sympathy would have been a cruel mockery Thy hcnrtlIi Governor must have known and ho loved her so he could not break her heartIn the midst of the silence In the midst of the chalky whiteness of their faces in the midst of the blackness which was settling down upon them Kate Bonnet still sat upright a cold ness creeping through every part oft her Suddenly she turned her headi and in a voice of wild entreaty she called out Oh Dickory why dont you come to me In an Instant Diokory was there and cold and lifeless Kate Bonnet was in his arms CHAPTER XXXVI run russsiMJs WHICH COME FROM Till IKvni r1 TIlE WICKED T wius three weeKs attar Martin Newcombes let ter came before Ben trt nwtty arrived in Spanish Town He had had a hard time to get there having but little money and no friends to help him but he had a strong heart and an earnest and so he was bound to get there at last and although Kate saw no visitors she saw him She was not dressed in mourning she could not wear black for herself She greeted the Scotchman with earnestness he was a friend out of the old past but she gave him no chance to speak first Ben she exclaimed have you a message for me No message he replied but I hao somethin on my heart I wish to say to ye I hae tolled an laboured an hoe striven wl moony obstacles to get to i ye an to say It She looked at him with her brows knit wondering if she should allow him to speak then with the words scarcely audible between her tightly closed lips she said Ben what is itIl It is this an no more nor less replied the Scotchman he was never tit to be your father an It is not fit i now for ye to remember him as your thtIverahim It is an abomination an a wick edness for ye to remember him as your fatherKate spoke no word nor did she shed a tear It was my hearts desire ye should know it said the Scotchman an I came mony a weary league to tell ye soIBen said she I think I have known it for a long time but I would not suffer myself to believe it but now having heard your words I am sure of it- Uncle i said she an hour afterward i I have no father and I never had oneAnd the wickedness which bad so long shadowed and stained the life of Kate Bonnet was now removed from it It was hard to get away from the I shadow and to wipe off the stain but she was a brave girl and she did it In this work of her lifea work which if not accomplished would that life not worth the living makeI was much helped by Dlckory helped her by not saying a word it or ever allowing himself when her presence to remember that InI had been a shadow or a stain Even the Governor brightened I bad striven hard to keep from Kate the news which had come to him from Charles Town suppressing it in the hope that it might reach her more gradually and with less terrible effect than if he told it but now that be knew that she knew it the blessings which are shed abroad by the disap pearance of the wicked affected him also and he brightened There weru no functions for Kate but she bright ened striving with all her soul to have this so for her own sake as well as that of others Aa for Mr Delaplalne Dame Charter and Dickory they brightened without any trouble at all the dlsapearance of the wicked having such a direct and forcible effect upon them Dlckory Charter who matured in a fashion which made everybody forget that Kate Bonnet was eleven months CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought j Bears the- SlJnatnra of I his senior entered into business with Mr Delnplalne and Jamaica became the homo of this happy family whose welfare was founded as on a rook upon the disappearance of the wicked CHAPTER XXXVII CAPT 1CHAUOD PUTS THE CAE tithe riyer at Bridge town lay flhe good brig King tuba Queen just arrived from Jamaica On liner deck was an impatient young gentleman leaning over the rail and watching thy approach of a U at with two men rowing and a passenger in the stern This Impatient young man was Dick ory Charter that morning arrival at Bridgetown and not yet having been on shore He came for the purpose of settling sonic business affairs partly on account of Miss Kate Bonnet and part ly for his mother As the boat came nearer Dickory recognized one of the men who were rowing and hailed him Helgho Tom Hilyer he cried I am right glad to see you on this river again I want a boat to go to my mothers house know you of one at libertyThe man coosod rowing for a moment and then addressed the passangor in the stern who having heard what he had to say nodded briefly Well well Dick Charter cried out the man and have you come back as I governor of the colony You look Hue enough anyway lint if you want aI boat to go to your mothers old home j you can have a seat In this one were going there and our passenger does not object The man in the stern was fairly I young handsome sunburned and well dressed in a suit of black When Dick ory thanked him for allowing him to share his boat the passenger in tho stern nodded his head with a Jerk and an air whist indicated that he took the Incident as a matter of course nut to be further mentioned or considered The men who rowed the boat wwo good oarsmen but they were not thoroughly acquainted with the cove es peclally at low tide and presently they ran upon a sandbar Then uproso the passenger In the stern and began to swear with an ease and facility which betokened long practice Dickory did not swear but he knit his brows and Ue rated himself for not haying taken the direction of the course into his own hands he who knew tM river and the cove so well The tide was rising but Dickory was too impatient to sit still and wait until It should be high enough to float the boat That was his old home that little house at the head of the cove and be wanted to get there he wanted to see it Part of the business which brought him to Rarbadoes concerned that little house With a sudden movement he made a dive at his shoes and stockings and speedily had them lying at the bottom of the boat Then he stepped overboard and waded towards the shore In some of the deeper places he wetted the bottom of his breeches but he did not mind that The passenger in the stern sat down but he continued to swear Presently Dickory was on the dry sand and running up to that cottage door A little back from the front of r I THEN HE STEPPED OVERBOARD AND WADlil TOWARD TIm SHORE I the house and in the shade there was a bench and on this bench there sat a girl reading She lifted her head In surprise as Dlckory approached for his bare feet had made no noise then she stood up quickly blushing You she exclaimed Yes cried Dlukory and you look just the same as when you first put your head above the bushes and talked to meExcept that I am more suitably clothed she said This Is my old home added DlckoryBut you liner We were here she asked with a hesitating lpok of inquiry Oh yes said he I knew that the house had been let to your father Now she changed color twicefirst red then white Are you she said I meanthe other is she DICkor1butbetween the sun and her face and one could not decide very well whether her I countenance was red or white- I ajn very glad to find you here said Dlckory and may I see your father and mother Yes said she but they are both in the field with my young sister But i who is this man walking up the shore And is that the boat you came in i It Is said Dickory We stuck fast but I was in such a hurry that i waded ashore I dont know the man he hat hired tho boat and kindly took me In I was In such haste to get here For a moment Lucilla bent her eyes on the ground In such haste to get here she said to herself then site raised her head and exclaimed Oh 1 know that man ho is the pirate cup Lain who captured the Belinda which afterward brought us hero And with both hands outstretched she ran to meet him Tho face of Capt Ichabod glowed with Irrepressible delight one might have thought he was about to embrace the young woman notwithstanding the presence of Diokory and the two boat men but he did everything he could before witnesses to express his Joy Dickory now stepped up to Capt Ichabod Oh now 1 know you cried he and ho held out his hand You were very kind Indeed to my friends and they have spoken much about you This U my old home this in the house where I was born Yes yeti indeod said Capt Icha bod a vory good house bodad a very good house Out hesitating a little and addrosfitog Lucilla You dont live hwt alone do you The girl laughed Oh no she cried My father and mother will bo here presently in fact 1 see them coming I will go meet your father nod mother and the dear little lena I remember them so well said Dickory She did not say anything but turned her attention to Capt Ichabod She found that tall gentleman somewhat agitated he seemed to have a great deal on his mind which he wished to say feeling at the sumo time that he ought to say everything first Thats your father and mother said ho stopping to talk to the young man who was born hero Yes she answered and they will bo with us presently Very good very good thats quite right said Cain Ichabod hurriedly hut beforo they come I want to say that Is I would like you to know that 1 have sold my ship I am not a pirate my longer I am a sugarplanter l e lad Beg your pardon That Is I in tend to be one You remember that you onco talk ix 1 to me about sugar planting in Barbados and so I am here 1 want to find a good sugar plan tation to buy It and live on It I heard that you were stopping on this side of the river and o 1 came here But there is no sugar plantation here said Lucllla very demurely- Oh nu said Ichabod oh no of course not but you are here and I wanted to find you a sugar plantation would bo of no use without you Then I suppose she said her face turned up towards him but her eyes cast down that you are going to say that you would like to marry me Of course of course exclaimed Ichabod I thought you knew that that Is what I came here for bedad Very well then said Lucilla turn Ing her eyes to the face of toe man sne had dreamed of In ninny happy nights No no she added quickly you must not kiss me they are all coming and there are two boatmen He did not kiss her but later tie made up for the omission The moment Mrs Mander saw Capt I rhabod and her daughter standing together she knew exactly what hall happened she had noticed things on board the Belinda She hurried up to Lucilla and drew her aside My dear she whispered with a frightened face you cannot marry a pirate you never never can Dear mother said Lucllla he is not a pirate he has sold his ship and Is going to be a sugarplanter Now they all came up and heard these words of Lucllla Yes indeed said Capt Ichabod you may not suppose it but your daughter and I are about to marry and- will plant sugar together Now I want to buy a plantation Where Is that young man who was born here be dadr Dlckory advanced laughing Here was a fine opportunity a miraculous opportunity of disposing of the Bonnet estate which was part of the business which had brought him here So he told the beaming captain that ho know of a fine plantation up tho river which he thought would suit him Very good said Capt Ichabod I havo a boat here let ua go and look at the place and if it suits ua I will buy it bodad So with Mrs Mander and her husband beside her and with Lucllla and the captain by hor the boat waa rowed up the river with Dickory and young Lena in the bow When the boat reached the Bonnet estate it was run up on the shore near the shady spot where Kate Bonnet had onoo caught a fish Theo they aU stepped out upon the little beach even the oarsmen made the boat fast and joined the party who started to walk- up to the house Suddenly Capt Icha iod stopped and said to Mr Mander I dont care to walk up that hill you know and if you and your good wife will look over that house and cast your eyes about the place I will buy it if you say so you know a good deal more about such things than I do bodad 1 suppose of course that will suit you It suited Lucllla exactly They satin the shade in the very place where Kato had sat when she saw Master Jewcouibe crossing the bridge- A small boat came down the river rowed by a young man As he passed the old Bonnet property he carelessly lost his oyes shoreward but his heart took no Interest In what he saw there What did It matter to him It two lovers sat there in the shade close to the rivers brink His sad soul now took no Interest In lovers He had just been up the rlvor to arrange for the sale of his plantation to one of his neighbors tie had decided to loave t JalaujJ of Barbadoes and to return to EnglnndITho house suited Capt actly when Mrs Mander about It and Lucille agreed with him because she was always accustomed tu trust her mother in such things So they all got Into the boat and rowed back to Dlckorys old home and on tho way Capt Ichabod told Dlckor that when they returned together tt the town he would pay him for the plantation having brought specie suf ficient for tho purpose It wits upon a flue morning that the explratc Ii Iulxid thus addressed a citizen if H ionY n MI I know well who once lived In the house I own I know the man myself I know him at Belize He was u dastardly knave and would huvti played false to the sun the moon and the stars had they shown him an opportunity bedad But I also know his daughter she sailed on my ship for many days and her presence blessed the very boards she trod on She is a most noble lady and If you will not admit sir that her sweet spirit and pure soul have not banished from this earth every taint of wickedness left here by her father then sir t linl1I stand whets you are and draw THE KD a l Weak Hoarts Ase caused by iniligentioii It you eat n little too much or if you are Miliject to attacks of indigestion the Htoiniich lxpltllllswelll anal lilt its up against the heart Ibis crowds the heart timid shortens the breath Rapid heart heats nod heart disease is the bent rlIIItI Kodol Dyspepsia euro digests what you emit takes tilt strain oil the heart fauns indirection dyspepsia sour stomach and contributed nourihincnt strength and health to every i rpin ut the body Sold by h Wawnc Uril tin c113ro The Kickers Value j 1111 ill 1 1 mlil I i The kicker is valuable Hrishow rvir of lees value jjenefaIy to him sdf than to the community nt large including those who denounce him The bus ttibute to his worth is tKit what he kicks about is tr adjusted according to his demnndlI The kicker has ben IrHUm the beginning the races benefator Moses was a kicker so were ninny ot the I liter prophets Demosthenes in less remote times nnd Cicero still liter were vigorous kickers The whole history of the AngloSaxon race is a story of kicks and a chnnicle of the triumphs of vigorous kickrs No more formidable body of kickers than I the Continental Congress and the signers ofthe Decliration of Independ race has the world ever seen George- IIi had no love for these AmericanI kckers He had Home home in Britain such for instamceav- Charles James Fox Richard Brinsley Sheridan and Edmund Burke but they were moderation itself end meek nets compared with the George Wash ingtons the Benjamin Fimkllns the Patrick Henrys and the Thomas Jet fersons energetic kickers of a vigor ous young continent They never 011Georgethe Atlantic The Rspuhic has had the kicker with it ever since He has been often denounced and vltu peratad but times bas usually vindicated the justiceol his position Francis of Assist Savonarola and Luther were all in their way kickers They were sneered at threatened punished gut the world has long since come to recogniz their merit and the value of their teachings Society needs the kicker also does every selfgovern lag community and every delibera tlve body He may be wrong at times his views may embrace and consider oily part ot a subject but If Se be honest and peralatent he awak call discussion he draws out facts and so In the long run illuminates public problems In a way that is helpful There Is a very marked difference between the kicker and the crank The latter is simply a misfit if negative use only to society But the usefulness of the genuine kicker i i positive Who is It that keeps taxes from soaring too high The kicker Whom do extravagant municipal governments most tear The kicker Whom does the boodler and the grafter dread The kicker Who is to solve the endseat hog problem if ever It is to be dived The kicker Piles Upon Top of Piles 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 and origional Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt Co otChicago a cure is certain H A Tiadale of SuramerJ ton S C says I had piles 20 years amid De Witts salve curedme after everything else tailed Sold by Z Wayne Griffin and Bro r Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah ttheDOUDLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Mools a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN B80TE via MEMS Mfe Wes5 M- Arts rWirfa H TEXV7 2KiOO i4 c stc i tctAaLvucttICc + uIPtINr a Ia CrtoELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS irk Ftrtiir Irftmiiion Idtiillung MIII EU Mini R T G MATTHEWS Tn Pass lit RSOTI 202 fquilibli Bide KkISUlE XI + C TOWtlSCND o r 4 T Aar ST LOU r C smats I tiSi itIw1-UL K i 140 ki 11LiIsttklO- ur Ilnr of Rifles Pistols and Shotgunsi trn1ad ir teIanI in 11 a ratuy I mlcIrAlt iltiiirr hu1OIIIISTtISoj terRuILEthe inlcttiliii UPHIJJ sTEvENs ARMS 4 TOOL CO 110 ttox jcj Vhkti1 Fall Mona trKodolDlgMt what you eat P lDJJ SSlf DW nL 1 M llAUNKTT I I SMITH BARNET SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW U UtUKIt KT WIllIrllrtltthIfIo 111 nil th court AppnASptbilr rum Ilillcctluii nndthIrstlrsuftrunIrmlnml ItIIIntntf Lee Vxtrlnltlm Ollccl ItKICIIIHt Ilulldlnr- t FRANK L FELIX 4 1 Attorney at LawIIAKTKOtm KY Will prmtlcf his irufMiUti m Ohio And ml olnliiK county Wad In thullrt of Appeal + Criminal priictlo and t ollortlunn n liky- Offlnlii the llprntil liulMitjK JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY HMslnl attention ulren to rutlctlonamnkingtytMtrncta Ac also Notary Public fur Onto coun j lino north ltl public muur y R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FedrrnlCunrtxirosecntesclnlut furUhloM1 HKAVitlS KltNIWT WOODttAltH HEAVRIN WOODWARD ttGSja sA eaa KvhillIn all tliP tonrtlt Hpe clltl attention given crlll1lnlllllrurtll and colltc I Ion next to hack of Hartford W H BARNES Attorney at LawdN11COUNrY ATTOUNKY KTHIM nil the Courts CourtAppealsi1Tntlmt In to eoiirtbou hiM cnrll Collections YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky VIII practice lib proton In sill the Courts of ofAnppenlsHUll over First Notions Dunk i t A t RHEUMATISMuul cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its ellect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you a iv not satisfied your money will be cheer fullyrclUn1cll Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky no nayoutQuinine Lltsmulariu 10 to 1 you do if you arc a victim Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit it will cnru tnuhirhi hut it leaves almost deadly utter olTccla HERBINEIsto euro malaria sid licailadu MlioiinniSH and all atouiaob kidney and liver coiiiplaiuta TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents iv Bottle All Druggists u For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky n- n HU OUR CLUBBING RATES Tin RK TmirAX and Louisville 11l1111125Iii 11l TiiiirAx and Louisville Herald 250 TilE KK tluicAN tIUltu1erJn11nfil 150- TIn UK tnuicAN and New York Tribune 125- Tim HK TmirAX and ThriceaWeek World IG5- Ill I HK MlMicAK and YellowJacket I25- 1ni RK tliiKAN and St Louis JlobeDemoerat l 5- Till HK HluicAN and Home and Farm 125- TIm Ri niiicAN tool Lippeneotts and Cosmopolitan iJ25 n i Summer at Hot Springs For those who go to Hot Springs Arkansas for the benefit of health the summer is really the best time Her fortunate location high up in the foothills of the Ozark mountains insures n cool and delightful climate and physicians are united in the opinion that the waters are more beneficial during the summer season One Pare Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip Throughout the Summer WRITE FOR BOOKLETS Geo H Lee lIIII Pins tgellt Lithe sock irk I I11it Constipation makes biliousness tk bad complexions PrThen Wheres your beauty 1 Keep the system in good condition by taking DMON5hIVERILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gentlyassist k Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep the A Roses in Your Cheeks A vx6 CompleteTreatment 25C e- 0oo teesereroR t X11111 N 1 11 x I I Patio a I The Modern toolca dose before each meal will make you feel strong and well PANOLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia It Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bpwels Liver and Kidneys I La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIETCHFIEID PIIAR MACAr Co IncForsale by f J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I 11111 1 11111 1 111 11 CRUELTY TO THE HORSE The Use of Blinders CheckreIns Curb Bits and Docking mho hope the niorft useful of ail animals Li the one marked for the most of mens ill treatment For the most part housed in ill lighted ill ventilated and ill smelling quar era worked to its full capacity cared for only to the degree that selfish interest prompts the animal is deliveredlocr as the unprotected object of the unrost rained passions of man The average man Jails ap parently to understand that ani mals have anervotLS4stem among them to a egree horse and that were he to govern his own temper he could with a little pa tience get control of the horses nervous system and make out of it a servant vastly more efficient than it is under the system in which he beats and jerks and drives it to dis tractionA rt walk in any city will discover many blind horses There arc no blind cows comparatively And yet the sight of the one naturally is as good as that of simplythathas been abused ill housed overworked and worked under condi tions that have driven him blind His eyes are shut in by blinders at each side for which there is no use but to satisfy the clprice or fashion of man So his vision interfered with fund deprived of air the wonder is that with the other treatment he gets he is not blind oftener Be sides this in other CIJPCS his neck is almost pulled out of joint by over head cbeckreins that raise face to the air and turn his eyeballs to the glare of tho sum unprotected Or on the other hand deprivedof checkrein he is bitted with a curb that pulls his jaws to his breast and tortures him in this fashion And then according to this pprendiu fashion of the day he is subjected to the most cruel of til practices docking which not merely tortures in the practice but leaves him to time torment ofT lli6 for the rest of- his life It is tho merciful man that is merciful to his beast and if it is the merciful that obtain mercy we have as a people some way to come before we get that blessing Indianapolis News Mrstaken Pollteness- A Fort street car was bowling merrily along toward Woo mere cemetery the other afternoon when a white haired old man who had been sitting quietly in front ofa stylishly dressed young woman who was standing up started as if to rise and give her the live cent scat The young woman put her luuul on his shoulder and gently restraining him said ever mind sir just keep your scat TM old man looked dozed for a blockor two then attempted to gain his feet only to be again pushed back by the young woman politely remarking as she held him down HI pOur seat plwiao Ive stood up so long now that I dont mind it Well said the old man in shrill falsetto tones fJ want to get off Youve made me go half a mile pas my strict nowLMroit News Different Climates An Irishman returning home from America got into conversation with an Englishman who asked him what part of America he hailed fromCalifornia said Pat I believe said the Englishman there are different climates nuar each other there Well to give you an idon said Pat 9 was shooting one day und a well trained onto set him surprisedselfto find 011 my giving him the usual token to start that la remained motionless Going toward him to as certain the mason I found that hi tailwas frostbitten at one side of the ditch and his head minstruch n the other London Tit Bits ne Norse The following reuiiiikaWo essay on the horse is sid to 6e from the pen of an Indian studfcnt Thi horse is a very noble quadruped but when he is angry he will not do so He is ridden on the spinal cord by the bridle and sadly tho driver places his foots on the stirrups and divides his lower limbs across the saddle and drives his animal to the meadow Ho has four legs two are on the front aide and two are after ward These are the woipons on which ho runs lie also defends himself by extending these in the rear in a parallel direction toward his foe but this ho docs only when ho is in an aggravaig mood There is rio animal like the horse No sooner they see their guardian or master than they cry food but it is always at the morn ing time They haw got tails but not so song as the cow ancf such oth er like animals A Persistent Hen The Springfield Republican tells the story ofa hen that was en gaged one night in brooding over some eggs in a barrel in the livery stable where she made her home The stable caught fire With the courage of the boy on the burning deck she refused to leave her post The top of the barrel took lire It burned halfway down and still the hen did not move The stable was almost totally de stroyed but the firemen hard the flames so far under control that a stream of water turned theIhens apartment extinguished blazeThe smoke did not seem to dis turb the hen nor did the flood of I water pouring down the inside ofj the barrel When daylight j she was still in her half burned tenement and in due time she broughtI ofT her brood of eight NoteILocating tho A bright American girl amazed a scientist whom she met recently at a London dinner party The scien tist narrated in great detail to the girl a series of experiments he was conductingwith the microphone The microphone he explained magnifies sounds to the ear as the microscope magnifies objects to the eye The footfalls ofa centiped heard through the microphone re semble a tattoo on a kettledrum The dropping of a pin is like the re port of a cannon That is very interesting and odd said the girl This afternoon resumed the scientist I caught a fly and studied its note The note resembled the neighing ofa horso Perhaps said the young girlHit was a horse fly Saved From Terrible Deaths The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargeton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first I bottle brought immediate relief audits continual use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed Bottles ooc and 8100 Trial Bottle Free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Japan in Victory and Defeat Japan has shown that she possesses all the qualities that together form the sum of national greatness she has exhibited them in such a marked degree that she has won thew orlds admiration the admiration even of her political opponents She has displayed the qualities of courage patriotism farseeing intellgence the Japanese are a military as well as a commercial people on sea as well as on land they have shown themsel ves masters of their craft Now a nation so richly endowed as this is no more to be destroyed by defeat if de feat comes by preponderating force bet cause a growing crop has low under the merciless attack of hail rain and scorching sun It is within the range of possibilities that Japan may meet with reverses that in course of her triumphant progres- there may come a time when she can make no further headway and the re suit may be a stalemate Even so if the worst befalls and she must sue for peace her defeat will no more mean her political effacement than the entry of German troops into Paris in 1871 stilled the voice of Stance in the council of nations There is only one phase of thechar acter of the Japanese of which we toyknow if they can be as resolute In de feat as they have shown themselves restrained in victory So far the re ports of the Japanese naval and military commanders have been stated in the most concise terms and deeds ol inelanguage so terse that it almostseem ed as if Japan alone of all the world were unimpressed by the devotion and courage of her defenders We know however that the Japanese are wanting in neither imagination nor feeling but their emotions do not easily rise to the surface and they glory in their selfcontrol The his tory of the world has shown that the Aelatic has never been able to stand up under severe punishment De feat destroys his morale and with the fatalism inseparable from his character he bows his head to the Inevitable and waits In stolid hopelessness until Kismet shall once more revolve the wheel in his direction But the Jap anese are the paradox of Asia of all Asiatics they are the least AsiatlcI AyersPillsWant abeautiful brown or rich black Use have always been impressed by the fact that the accident ci geography has had a tremendous Itfluence upon the Japanese character and that it is because they are an island people that theIlvotldsisland nation and the profound rays tery of the sea is never more pro tonally revealed than in the uucon scious effect it has on the cbaacter and moral fiber of a people whose very blood runs more quickly p cause tie salt of the sea is in their veins and their faces have been washed by the spume of ocean What to do Until the Doctor If it is a ArrivesImorbus give Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and you will have no need ofa doctor For sale at all druggists Fall Session The Fall Session opens August 30 ig4 Address H H Cherry Presi dent Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky One Ladys Recommendation I Sold berlainsStomache Fifty Boxes of ChamI Liver Tablets I have I believe sold fifty boxes I of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets on the recommendation of one lady here who first bought a box of them about a year ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends about the good qualities oi these TabletsP M SUOBE Druggists Rochester Iud The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladies everywhere For Sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Hartford To be Decided Anxious CitizenHow do you stand on the reciprocity question DelegateHow do I know I bavnt seen the platform yet Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Years of Suffering- I wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge of MartinRville Va I suffered from chronic di arrhoea for ten years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Last summer one of my children was tak en with cholera morbus and I pro cured a bottle of this remedy Only two doses were required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself and did not use all of one bottle before I was welland I have never since been troubled with that complaint One cannot wonders ful medicine This remedy is for sale by all druggists Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one bv mall and cheerfulness disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It is not uncommon for a to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urin ates too often If scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage ills yet afflicted with bedwelting depend upon 16 the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists in fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have a I sample bottle soon child the urine free also pamphlet tell Home of SnwpRoot- Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle Act directly on the They biliousness cure liverISold for 60 years La DYE Irim cis or bYllHIre Va i t tuu t coo lusatu n H Cumberland TELEPHONEI ITberes nothing tbe matter with I hnvf the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and place of business My business baa increased and my wifes voice Is nev- I er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition VIP KOWLIM Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance cro cc auy Circuit CuurtTI lilrkiitmil Judge Den D ItltikuAtturney 111 lllnck Jailer Kd J llnrnihri Clerk lniuk L Fells Mauler Cum tnl + loner Y I Moselev Trnitva Jury Fund iCa I Keonn Sheriff Ilurtfanl Deputy SborlBC Keovrn Cluruuto Keuwn Io It Itobvrta Sam Kfown eBVuiirtcorivtneiiflrBtMoii day In Miircli and August bud continues three wrvkHnud third Monday In ilny and November two week County lourtJ P Miller Judge MS Hug and Clerk W II Barges Attorney Hartford MrConrtconvuiivH tlrtt Muntluv lu each month Quarterly Court HfjiluH on the third Monday In April July Octobernnd January Court of Clalais Convenes drift Monday In Jut ours Tuesday utter wetond Monday In October Other OltlcerH J II Wool Surveyor Cerulvo Frank Lowe Annessor IleOn James IeVeese School Superintendent Hartford Icu L Davis Coroner Sulphur Springs CTMCtlcGS Ccsrts D F Hudson Heaver Imm February 1G May 1s August 31 November 30 Ueo W Martin lliilzetown February 12 Mug 11 August IO November 12 Jno M iruluua XllrruwlllFebruary 28 Nay 2 August S November li- T A Evans Iorilivlllo January IS May 7 August 27 November f- iJ A Hicks ISuforil February 7 May tf Aug net 12 November 7- vtltuneCentertuwnFebruary 0 May 11 August 24 November p II J Wilcox Itonkport February 20 May 5 August 2S November 14 ZlartfcrS rPcltco Covart- Jno II Wilson JIIl c liswath City Attorney S r llurnett Marshal Court con venes second Monday lu each month IZerGous Services M K Church South Services third Sunday In each month ut 11 u m and pm and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening lluv WTMlller Pastor- BaptistChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening ItevJIL lluruett pastor- C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Itev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees U trtfordJae P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M Hocker J II U Car son Jon C Rile- yTown1rustecsRowan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Ur S J Wedding W S Tlusley A C Tnylor Secret SscietiaB A O U W meets nrst and third Friday ulghtR In each month Hartford Lodge No 070 F A A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough lllver Lodge No 110 Knights of PythlA met every Tuesday night Preston Morton Past No 4 0 A It hold reg ular meetings Saturday betoredrst Sundnyln each month Headache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills If your nerves are subject to disturb ances such us Headaches Neuralgia Backache KheumutlDm Menstrual Palna Sleeplessness etc their jarring and Jangling ct n be quickly ended with a Dr Miles Antirain Pill Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets which do not act on the bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habltform lag effect on thf yntem They aro the result of tho latest scien title knowledge on tho subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to tho greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills In the house slnco you never know when pain may attack you and it is wring to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly reliexvd Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills contni no opium chloral cocaine morphl JE similar drugs and arc sold by drt j under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money hack By relieving Pain Dr Miles Antl Pain Pills shorten suffering and lengthen lift 25 cents Never sold in bulk- I havo used Dr Mlles AntiPain PIHa when troubled with headache and and that one pill Infallibly effects relief in a very short time I use Dr Mlles Nerve anti Liver Pills when I am considerably atlllcted with neuralgia of the head and fond these pills of much benefit to m They lire all that Is claimed for tlem OEOUGE COL GATE 219 Oakland St San Antonio TexFREE PackageoisDr MiillesTrial Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell what Is and how to right It COsLABORATORIES = rC oJf At YY- R PROVED HIS IDENTITY At Least the Newly Appointed Post master Was Satisfied A new postoflice had just boor topened in a small country town in Canada For want of a more likel applicant a farmers son ignorant yet ambitious was appointed post masterShortly after the countrymans installation a commercial travelci appeared at the wicket received i letter opened it and produced there from a money order which he im mediately presented for payment iThe postmaster took the order read it and reread it suspiciously scruti nizing the traveler from time to time over the sheet At length he ventured Are ye the fellow this thing talks about I am replied the traveler Well have ye got anybody to identify ye No hut I dont see that it is necessary replied the knight of the road You saw me take the order from the letter It could hardly be for anybody else I dont just know about that boss I want somebody to identify ye Dont take me for no jay Ye may bet I know just a little about this biz The commercial traveler argued the point for awhile but to no pur pose lie must be identified But how He had never been within thirty miles of the place before He was about retiring in disgust and had already reached the door when a brilliant idea flashed through his brainQuick as thought lie was back at the wicket where the rustic stood eying him suspiciously Here he shouted apparently very excited I have itF lIe tore open Ms coat and produced his pocketbook From he photoThere said shoring it over to the postmaster there is my pho tograph The rustic took the card and carefully compared the features A beat en look came into his face At length he vouchsafed Hanged if he aint tho right man after all mister And the order was cashed Wonderful Hair Restorer IIAt one time several years ago said an Akron business man I was associated with several other mer chants in the manufacture of a hair restorer We had a fakir selling the remedy and this was one of his tales II A woman came to me the other day pr her eighth bottle She said she liked the taste of it BO well I was frightened and took her into a private office and told her to show me her tongue She stuck it out and there was a half inch of hair on it To keep from hurting the business we had to feed her cam iphor balls all that summer to keep the moths out of her stomach Akron 0 TimesDemocrat Freddys Diplomacy Father inquired Freddy as he put down the top he was spinning what is diplomacy 4 Diplomacy proudly at the right moment Then I reckon I used diplomacy last night What did you do Why I heard mother say that she was going to give me some medicine Now you know I gent ally sleep on the out side of the bed but last night when I heard mother coming upstairs I pushed Johnny into my place and slid into his part of the bed allLonIdonBright Boy A teacher at IJuckport Me was trying to get a bit of knowledge into the class in arithmetic and are boy in particular would do nothing that he was asked to Finally the teacher in desperation turned on him andasked him what he intended to be if by any chance he was permit red to grow up The youth replied that he thought he would be a teach er and have his scholars to do his i figuring for him His Ambition Young man he asked what is your ambition in life wro get richsir replied the young man lighting n fresh cigar Xot a very high aim But while you ore trying toOt rich arent you spending a good deal of money Oh I dont miiul the expense sir Im willing to get rich regard less of cost His Art and His Manners Illadmit that the eminent tra gedian we have just mentioned is exceedingly irascible and sometimes indiscreet in his manifestations said the playgoer but he is a fine actor Yes answered Mr Stormington Barnes he knows how to act hut ho doesnt know how to behave Washington Star I t I RENDER July z3Mr Sam Bishop Is very 111 at this writing with typhoid fever We hope he will soon recover Ion D Crowe of Fordsvllle was in this city Saturday Mr and Mrs Jobn W Fields and daughter Mrs Joe H Cargal and children left last week for Herrin mtheir future home Mrs J S Spence and nieces Misses Icie Hardin and Josie Daniel are visiting in Dayton Tenn at this writing LlttleWaIter D Maddox of Rock port was the guest of his Uncle and Aunt Mr and Mrs E F Rowe in this city last week Robert Pollock of Central City was the guest of relatives in this place last week Bert Burton and Tommie Gwynr are at Herrin Ill Rev Albert Maddox of Rockport was in Render last week Mr and MrsPaul Woodward visit ed in Calhoun last week Tommie Gaddis and Miss Alice Quisenberry of Island were the guests of Mr and Mrs H W Jones last week Johh F Hocker was In Central City on business last week Mr P D Tweeddell of McHenry and Miss May Rogers of Beaver Dam eloped to Springfield Tenn on Tuesday night July S and were uni ted in the holy bonds of matrimony We wish them a happy life Lon Miller has gone to Rison Ark to make It his future home He will move his family in the near future if he likes the country Robert J Engleby Sr and son John and Mr W T Ingram came In from Illinois last week on a visit after belngaway since April i Mr and Mr Tom Gaddis Sr ol Island visited In this city last Sun dayMessrs J H Brown Sam James Jr and Simon Stevens spent the 4th of July In Louisville James Wilson Sr of Echols was in this city last week Mr Ed Bally came over from Central City one days last week on bus inessRoy Deeter and Clarence Ashby of Rockport were pleasant visitors In our city Sunday Karl Neel of Morgantown Is the guest of Mr and Mrs R B Easton Mr U Whalln of Prentis was in this city yesterday Byron and Geo Barnes of Beaver Dam are In Render today on busi nessSeveral of the young people went hayriding last Monday night They report a pleasant time CA9TOBXANara Always Botht DcC r Law Take a course In Law School Send for full Information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky SALEM July r 1We have had a splendid rain J L Miller spent Saturday and Sunday with friends near Beaver Dam and Horton Mrs Minta Boyd Is on the sick list at this writing Forman Camps and family were the guests of Mrs Campsslster Mrs Thomas Daniel last Sunday chilI and Mrs Jamisons niece Mrs Gertie Camp last Thursday J J Hoover ol Friedaand made- a pleasant call at Mr J G Wilsons Inst Monday morning- C V Christian and wile returned home last Monday morning from a weeks visit to Mr Christians half brother Mr Jas Smith of near Cal hounJohn Landrum went to Rockpott to day on business Mr Dinah Knoxof Vlllard Mo Is visiting her brother S M Wilson star this place Wra Owers and wife were the guests of Mr Owens mother Satur day night and Sunday Cane Run Sabbath school Is pro pressing nicely- G J Christian of Cane Run spent last Saturday and Sunday At Pleasant Grove Church The farmers are busy in their oat harvest o sTonr I Bran the The Kind You nave Always BcuihJ 31gnf aro IlL HA Baby Named for Parker Indianapolis JUlY 13 Prppably the first child in the country to be named after the Democratic Presidential nominee at St Louis came into the world in Indianapolis at exactly the same hour the nomination WAS made The birth occurred at the city hospitalThe Mrs Ella Drinnln appears happy at the christening of the child In honor of the great New Yorl juristThe attending physician suggested to Mrs Dinnin that the child be named after the St Louis nominee She readily consented and in the presence of a number of nurses the Httle tot was christened We have Scholarship covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business Col lege If you are going tc school call on or address theRepublican for Scholarship Ordinance of the Town of Hart ford No 14 limliirlnir TIll Town of Iliirtfuril till ti id of tlie Ilfth CIHHU The Board of trustees of The Towr ol Hartford Ohio county Kentucky do ordain as follows Sec I It appearing that The Town of Hartford a city of the sixty class has peen regularly passed from said class to a city ot the fifth class by an act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentncky which act was passed at the regular 1904 session ot the said General As sembly and it further appearing that the period of time after the odjourn ment ot said General Assembly to wit ninty days required to elapse before said act becomes operative has expired and said law being In lull force and effect It Is therefore declared that said town of Hartford is a city of the fifth class of cities of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and entitled to all the rights and privileges of cites of said class Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances In conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved July 6 and published July 8 1904- ROWAN HOUIHOOK Chairman ATTFST S A ANDERSON Clerk u FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or adI dress The Republican Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap zoo acres adjoining Hartford 2 500 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six niles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 3 miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres 24 miles 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 tracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate JIAIJTFOUD KV FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the lowi ng Green Business Collide1 or formal school department a scholarship in the Massey business Collcui at Louisville For hither information call on or address rilE REITUMCAX Burs Fronpt Pousim Can for Impound Lota o Manhood SHufnai Emissions lI1- OUrHt8IIDlfrwtLoss of Manors 40 Will make youa SJROHO Vigor cut Man frlei 9100 a Boxtt ab008- Mo1a101eefMns availed slim tacit Box IMrum ficlbii tea w Uuaid Ci solo Lady AYL- 3TUQUJ8 MOUi Beautiful Seven Hills Chautauqaua Owensboro Kentucky BiGger Brighter Better I Matchless Programi August 4th to 19th 1904 I FirstClass Feed Stable Reduced Rates on All Railroads I Write W G Archer Gen Supt for handsome illustrated book I that tells you all about it Absolutely I Free Ou9L JS T OH I dBears theThe Kind You Haw Always Bought SlgnaureI orICan You Figure i 200iGiven AwayTO riVIOMKKS 1l 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 of Congressional votes Inumber have the following cash First nearest Juess ii110 Second li5no Third 1000 Fourth Illl Iext1 S200 1 1000 Total SJlIn 110 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson 1 Co a ticket will be given whichwill entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The contest i will be decided according to the decision ol the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote I No ticket will be given out alterI4 oclock on election day gin now The more tickets the I better your chances CARSON Co Inc BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUISN1IIll Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEWI HaillOad and WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sloop ing Cars elegant ouches with High Back Seats Complete lllustratOvl Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application fcHJiul 10e Silver for copy of tIll Worlds Fair March rue ratcK thin nt train S lwqinl rur Itinr viitlntiH ItN roll i in nil r TI kit Actlit ur ii- trel l JlretIer ii 111 IIIOK Akciit lIOlInllllIIMII nr It N ItKO WV II l t- lollirvlllfKV Worlds Fair Short Line 1 SOUTHERN RRILWJiY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville Ioi n a in daily Arrive St Louis tiM pnl daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 11115 p in dally I Arrive St Louis 752 a in daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleepers All trains mike cloo connection in Union Station iu Si Louis with WahaHli Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fairgrounds Low Excursion Rates Will he 1CIIIOIIIICCllllonI P Eo CARR Passenger und Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A1 JitONi Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C H 1 HiNiKitroiti District Pas i ginger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky- G I B AUKX Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo i BIG FOUR r T Till llltST LISP TO r- it Indianapolis f PeoriaChicago 1nil all points in Indiana and Michigana I Cleveland I Buffalo New York I J Boston r A Anil All Points Kaat i Information cheerfully Jurn rshed nn iimiliiiltinn ill City office Big Four Router i J No 2f SI 1th Ave or I S1 1 fiIi Genl Agt rLouisville Ky 1 i ROUGH RIVt R- TELEPHONE COMPANY IMDHIMIUTKIi i Talk being cheap and necessary l you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business point generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or theywill be at the whole expense II you say so We connect with nil In dependent Companies For particu tars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky- 1aily luiirist Shrs- IU OA LA I F O H N I A Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California having 850 a m dally via Little Rock Tcxarkana Dallas Fort Worth anti E1 Paso The IdtJ Route to California Pest schedule Cheap Colonist rites in effect daily during March and April iy 4 to California and the North West Pullman Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 H m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays it630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address- R T G MATTIIKWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky T E P BARNES Sc BRO 1 I When there is good money to he saved on good Buggies why not he good to yourself by buying the famous Slaver Buggy We have been soiling these liuggies for twelve yetis and have hall nothing but praise from our customers on these goods Do yourself favor by coming to us and allow us to show you buggies that have no equal in this territory We have just reeife1i new shipment of all kinds of buggies and can s fit you up from SIT to ttO each Wagons Wagons Old Hickory Tennessee Hs the plowing season is almost over and teaming must be the order of the day new Wagons must necessarily be in demand The service and satisfaction these Wagons give to the Gunner and teamster is a much better recommendation than printers ink can give and thete is not a neighborhood in Ohio county in which you cannot find an Old Hickory wagon toy sixes Low or high wheels Buy a Wagon from us L Bez Vr Dan1xen uCkV J Y