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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q t if llqublicaun h Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOt WILL MM IT IN TilE HIPfHIICAN Subscription 1 a Year 0 J VTOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 22 1904 No k RACE WAR Frank Blames Throat Cut by Two Young Negro Men Whites Turn Out to Lynch Them But They Made Good Their Escape Stephensport Ky July 19Ar- ace trouble occurred here last night which will end In the death of Frank Blaine and the lynching of two ne- groes 1e Ip II they can be caught It Is i alleged that Frank maine who Is a I wellknown young white man offered I an Insult to n colored girl named Daniel last week Last night Dug and Emmett Daniel brothers of the girl met Blaine and commenced a- y quarrel with him about his Insult to j their sister the end of which was that one ol them slashed him twice j across the throat with a razor mulct Ing wounds which will cause his t deathtthemselves with the Intention ol lynching the negroes but theyes capetl They will he lynched If cap lured Intense excitement prevailed lorI some time and It was with difficulty thut the whites were prevented from killing more blacks For several hours during the night the negroes j were chased through the streets of the town with stones but so far as Is known there were no other fatalities The feeling against the blacks In Stepheusport and vicinity Is growing more Intense and It looks like the trouble Is not at an end It Is feared that the negroes will show some ugly feeling at the first opportunity In which case they will be run out of the town without regard to age sex or condition HEARST MAN BOLTS Denounces Surrender to Forces He Has Been Fighting Des Moines la July 21A W Maxwell who managed the Hearst campaign In Iowa and has been gen erally recognized as the head of the Hearst faction in the StAle in aslgned statement Issued today repudiates the action of the Democratic national convention In St Louis and declares his Intention of bolting the ticket yIrMr Maxwell tenders his resignation as a member ol the Democratic State committee and relinquishes all claims upon the chairmanship of that body to which he was sleeted by the Demo cratic convention which has since been in dispute Mr Maxwell in his statement says that he can countenance neither the candidate nor the platform ol the St Louis convention lie says The party has been hound gagged and delivered I bodily Into the control of the very Interests I have been fighting 4for for the past eight yealII Steamship Doric IN PORT YOKOIIOMA June 21 1904 Our stay in Honolulu was one con tinuous round of pleasure and surprises From Pacific Heights we looked over the clouds upon old Punch Bowl and Diamond Head two extinct volcanoes and below through the misty haze we could see gardens of tara the roots from which Is made the native poi Honolulu robed in rich green and many colored bloom 1 lay soltly bathed in morning mist f T Our next ride was out by Queens r t Palace to Moana and Walkiki BeachI The clean white coral gleaming through the surf looked pure enough to wash away all the sins of such a peaceful happy people as our new brothers of the ocean As we left port the boys came out to dive for coin They are mermen upto date We go to Toklo today YoursJ B w OAIMVOX1X i 5wIIt4If c t- t KISSING BUG Gets in Its Work on Mail Dri ver Dillard Head Was Bitten Saturday Night and Fearful Suffering and Much Swelling Followed The kissing bug fad has return ed to Owensboro says the Owensboro Inquirer and its first victim of the year is Dillard Head the drived ol one of the U S mall wagons Head was lying down at the City Transfer company stables Saturday night when the bug rushed across his face Imprinted his kiss and got away unharmed The pain was like fire and the victim had no moresleep that night His lip swelled to a great size and he suffered very much A phy slclan was consulted and the proper remedy was applied The socalled kissing bug Is more properly called the harvest beetle ItI is a black beetle about thr eefourths of an inch long with slightly fluted wings covers of which shine like bro leaded satin The color underneath varies from a very bright yellow to a light brown The bug dots not bite but on being touched or even disturb ed it exuses a small drop of an oily peculiar and ill smelling liquid from Its mouth As a little girl said who was attacked by one of them it tastes like fire only hotter The bugs are very much worse some yeas than others Five or six years ago they overspread thecountry and a number of deaths followed their- i attacks the Irritation resulting in blood poisoning Nothing has been heard of them for about three years but they me coming to the front again FORDSV1LLE July 2Prof L S Mason is attending the Institute at Hartford this weekMrs coIJ W Smith who has been sick for some time is convalescent Quite a number from here attended the que Saturday and the Ball Saturday evening Mr Willie Sargent Is on the sick listMrs Mamie Bolin and mother Mrs Perry of Irvlngton visited friends and relatives in and near town last weektMiss Gertrude Hickey Whitesville Is visiting Miss Annie Smith this wetktMiss Ellen Sutton ol Owenthoro is visiting friends In town this weekMisses Ethel Allen Cora Fuqua Hollle Miller Edna Cardon and Master Dock Miller will attend the Insti tute and commencement at Hartford this weekCMr 1 J Cundiff of Louisville is visiting at the home of Rev BenI nett this week Miss Mary Keown of Hartford Is visiting her brother Mr Clarence KeownMr Guy Jones of Louisville Is visiting In town this weekjMrs J W Ford and children ol Jackson who have been visiting at this place are visiting at Whites vine Miss Frankie Stoop of Owensboro is visiting her sister Mrs C S LIt kens this week Mrs J Owen Ragland is visiting her parents in Logan county this weekLittle Miss Beulah May of Owens boro is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Noah Miller Mrs Mehena Coppage Mrs Florence Quinn and son Hubert visited at Barretts Ferry last Saturday and Sun dayMrs Veola Bradfield of Owens borqwho has been visiting Mrs M Coppage returned home the first of this week Coach ontoLouis at On July 26th round trip tickets will be sold to St Louis Mo at rate of 735 limited to 7 days for return Tickets not good on sleeping cars S B VAN METER Agt LIKE A SNAKE Madisonville Girl Crawls and Thrusts Out Tongue Was Bitten by a Viper and Ha Since Had Horrible Convulsions Madisonville Ky July 2oMis Stella Castile a pretty girl of 18 bit ten by a snake a few days ago now acts like a reptile Her case Is a most pathetic one Miss Castile was out walking last Friday and stepped on a viper one of the most polsonlous of reptiles The snake bit her on the ankle The girl returned home and told her parents shout the accident t but as the wound gave her no pain the family delayed calling in a phy- siciAn until Saturday when the girl showed violent symptoms Sunday afternoon Miss Castile escaped from her room and jumped into a pond near the house She was res I cued as she was sinking for the last time and removed to the house where she has been constantly guarded ever since Miss Castile bas now taken on the ways of a snake She tries to craw and at times sticks her tongue from her mouth like a reptile She is seiz ed with convulsions two or thre times a day when she is delirious and attempts to crawl out of bed At times she us rational and chats with the members of the family and friends who call to see her The attending physicians say the case ol the young girl is probably hopeless and that she will probably die in one of her convulsions Mis Castile is one of the most popular girls in Madisonville and attends the high school here iTBEDA July 1gMr Harvey Axton and family Owensboro are visiting rela tives and Irlends near here Miss Carrie Carson Louisville vis Ited Mrs Nancy Foster last week Mr L B Tichenor and family spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs W B Tichenor near Hart fordMiss Fannie Austin who has been attending college at Bowling Green is visiting her aunt Mrs Lucy Ben netLIMr Edgar Coelem and little daughter Bessie Sutherland visited rela near here Saturday night and SundayMrs John Chapman Owensboro who has been visiting her mother Mrs Cordelia Hoover returned home last Monday MissClara Bennett spent Tuesday night with her sister Mrs Lee Chinn Hartford Messrs W R and C K Carson are attending the Teachers institute at Hartford this week Mr Roy Her Beaver Dam was in our town Sunday Mr and Mis Rupert Bennett were the guests of Mr Alonzo Hoover and family Barnetts Creek Sunday Born to the wife of Mr L C Bennett on the iSth a boy R P Bennett went to Smallbous last week The following young people spent day at Hockers Bluff the 16th Misses Albert and Blanch GieerPearl Nave Owensboro Ludia and Stella Ward and Ethel Bennett Messrs Everitt and Sam Ellis Walter ParkI Shadrach Greer and Port Stowers Misses Llllle and Nora Cantrill and Ethyl Moreland No Creek attended the musicale at Mrs Liles Saturday night Seven Hills Chatauqua 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of Peruna It has been of the greatest benefit and service to many of my friends Dennia OConnor 73S 82m St X W Washington n C Gen Wright of the Confederate Army Writes I take pleasure in recom mending Poruna It is a remarkable medicine and should bo used by persona who are in need of a good tonic and by sufferers from catarrh Marcus Wright 17il Corcoran St Washington UC Gen Hawley of Washington D C Writes I have used Peruna and hind it very beneficial for kidney trouble and especially good for coughs colds and catarrhal trouhhsA I Ilawlcy Gen Urell of Spanish War Veterans Writes Many of my friends havo used Peruna with beneficial results as an effective remedy for catarrhM Emmet Urell 813 12th St N W Washington D C Other Army Generals who praise Fe runa are BrigadierGeneral Cook of Wash- Ington D C General Sypher of Washington D C General Mlddleton Hancock Regl went U V U Washington D C It you do not derive prompt and satin factory results from the use of Parana write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ol Tha Hartman Sanitariums Columbus 0 Subscribe for The Republican Only 1 Per Year A C TAYLOR Undertaker and Embalmer Carries a full Line of everything found in a first class Undertaking Establishment in his house recently opened at Beaver Dam Ky Washing Laying out and dressing dead bodies done free of charge Calls answered at any hour of the day or night A fine funeral car stans ready at all times Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed A C TAYLORFun- eral Director and Embalmer Beaver Dam Ky i fRANK St BLACKS SPEEC Nominating Roosevelt at Republican Convention Not a Stranger Waiting in the Shade to be Called Into Public Life Mr President and gentlemen of the Convention We are here to inaugurate a campaign which seems already to be nearly closed So wisely have the people sowed and watched and tended there seems little now to d o but to measure up the grain They are ranging themselves not for battle but for harvest In one colum reaching from the Maine woods to the Puget Sound are those people and those States which have stood so long together that when great ewer gencies arise the nation turns Instinctively towards them In this column vast and solid Is a majorlt so overwhelming that the scattere squads In opposition can hardly raise another army The enemy have neither guns nor ammunition and If they had they would use them on each other Destitute of the weapons of effective warfare the only ev- Idence of approaching battle Is the tone and number of their bulletins There is discord among the Generals discord among the soldiers Each would fight in his own way but before assaulting his Republican adversaries he would first destroy his ow comrades in the adjoining tents Each believes the weapons chosen by the other are not only wicked but fatal to the holder That is true Thi is the only war of modern times wher the boomerang has been substituted for the gun Whatever fatalities may occur however among thedlscordan hosts now moving on St Louis tic harm will come this fall to the Amer- Ican people There will be no opposition sufficient to raise a conflict There will be hardly enough for com petition There are no Democratic plans for the conduct of the fall cam paign Their zeal is chiefly centered in discussion as to what Thomas Jef ferson would do If he were llvlngand but few of his descendents are among the Democrat Remnants of today Whatever of patriotism or wisdom emanated from that distinguished man is now represented in this con vention It is a sad day for any party when its only means of solving living is sues is by guessing at the possible at titude of a statesman who Is dead This condition leaves that party al ways a beginner and makes every question new The Democratic par ty has seldom tried a problem on its own account and when it has its blunders have been its only monu ments its courage is remembered on ly with regret As long as these things are recalled that party may serve as ballast but It will never steer the ship TILE DEMOBRATIC MOTTO PORGET When all the people have forgotten will dawn a golden era for this new Democracy But the country is not ready yet to place a party in the lead whose most expressive motto Is the cheerless word forget That mot to may express contrition but It does not inspire hope Neither confidence nor enthusiasm will ever be aroused by any party which enters each campaign uttering the language of the mournerThere is one fundamental plank however on which the two great I parties are in lull agreement Both i believe in the equality of men The I difference I s that the Democratic party I would nake every man as low as I the poorest while the Republican party would make every man as high I as the best But the Democratic course will provoke no outside interference now for the Republican mot to is that of the great commander never Interrupt the enemy while he I is making a mistakeIIn politics as in other fields the most impressive arguments spring from contrast Never has there been a more striking example of un ity than is now afforded by this assemblage You are gethered here not as factions torn by discordant views but moved by one desire and intent you have come as the chosen representatives of the most enlightened party of the world You meet not as strangers for no men are strangers who hold the same cause You may separate two bodies of wat er for a thonsand years but when once the barrier is removed they mingle instantly and are one The same traditions inspire and the meas I purpose actuate us all Never In outlives did these people stand with deeper root than now At least two generations have passed away since the origin of that great movement from which sprang the spirit whic has been the leading Impulse hI American politics for hall a century In that movement which was both aI creation and example were thrse great characters which endowed the Republican party at its birth wits the attributes of justice equality And progress which have held It to this hour in line with the highest sentiment of mankind From these men we have Inherited the desire and tc I their memory we owe the resolution that those great schemes of government and humanity Inspired by their patriotism and established by their blood shall remain as the fixed nu permanent emblem of their labors and the abiding signal of the llbert and progress of the race RKPUAIICANS NEVER VAIL IN CRISES There are many new names In these days but the Republican par ty needs no new title It stands now where it stood at the beginning Memory alone is needed to tell the source from which the inspiration the country flow A drowsy 01I ry would be as guilty now as a ing watchman when the sleepI astir The name of the party stands over every door where a righteous cause was born Its members have gathered around ever movement no matter how weak if InIspired by high resolve Its flag more than fifty years has been the sign of hope on every spot where lib erty was the word The party needs no new name or platform to designat its purpose It is now as it has equipped militant and in beenI The problems of every age that age I must solve Great causes impose great demands but never in any enterprise I have the Ameriaan people- fa Ileda d never in any crises has the Republican party failed to express the conscience and intelligence oft that people The Republican mind is awakoI both as to its opportunities dangers Nowhere in the world Ini any era did citizenship mean more than It means today in America Men of courage and steady character ire ranging themselves together i rlth a unanimity seldom seen There Is no excuse for groping in the dark for the light is plain to him who wl11 but raise his eyes The American I eople believe In a man or party that i has convictions and knows why C hey believe that what experience has roved it Is idle to resist A wise man is any fool about to die But there is a wisdom which with good I fortune may guide the living and trong That wisdom springs from reason observation and experience Guided by these this thing is plain and the young men may rely upon it that the history and purposes I have described rising even to the essence I tad aspirations of patriotism their best concrete example In thefindI reer and doctrines of the partytBut not alone upon the principles BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK I I POULTRY MEDICINE Stock ai d pcmltry Suave few troubles which arfJ not bowel mid I livoT iWJuIIU t Black Draught SUick and Poultry Medi is n bowel and liver remedy I for stock It puts the organ of digestion in a condition I Anmrican brwdcru and farmers kelp their herds and flock I health civina thorn nn occiv gioral doso of BlackDrnnght Stock and Poultry llc their food Any atook raiser ruBY buy a 25 eent hatt potand can of thin Medicine from his dmUor and keep hit stock m vigorous health lot weeks Dealer am ally keep BltMk Diht 8to llc and Poultry Medicine If yoon dote not read 25 cent for a utrnl on to the nronufactuwn ThI- Cbattaaootla Medicine Co Chat TBOi Jon M WOi Bl0kDaui ht Stock M4 Poultry names the boetI vrtt d Oar- RDek WM looking 04 who jrcra Mot ma tM mdtalae mad BOW that aN prttini p tine liny w Jookltm ptt oeM better 8 P BBOOKDTQTOJf t rr errr AyersLosing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in tthat I Why dont you use andii promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better t Ajr hair Vlcnr It a Brent iiiocciu with Mir hair wa fallluc mil very badly bat the Hair Vigor slop ed It nnil now my hair all right W C LUUSDUN Llmliay CO hI5100 a bottle j c Asrr All ilriiLKUt fortIIII l Thin Hairn aC1cordhas marked their adherence to thes principles magnificent and emltirinj they are they have already singled Ias the man to bear their standard to lead the way No hlghe badge was ever yet conferred But great as the honor is the circumstances which surround it make the hone or even more profound You hav come from every State and Territory this vast domain The country Iin the tours have vied with each other in sending here their contribu tions to this splendid throng Every highway in the land is leading here and crowded with the members of thisImultitude is every rank and condition of free men every creed and occupa tion But tOday a common purpose and desire have engaged us all and from every nolk and corner ot the country rises but a single choice to fill the most exalted office in the worldROOSEVELT IN PEACE AND WAR He is no stranger waitln g in the j shade to be called suddenly into pub lic light The Amerlran people have i seen him for many years nnrlal ways where the light was thickest I and the greatest need was felt He has been alike conspicuous in the pursuits of peace and in the arduous stress of war No man now living will forget the spring rotj when the American mind was so inflamed land patriotism so aroused when all the eager citizens surging to the front as soldiers the man I whom this convention has already in Its heart was among the first to hear the call and answer to his name Pre erring peace but not afraid of war faithful to every private obligation yet first to volunteer at the sign of national peril a leader in civil life and yet so quick to comprehend the arts of war that he grew almost In a day to meet the high exactions- of command There is nothing which so tests a man as great and unexpected I danger He may pass his life among ordinary scenes and what heI Is or does but few will ever But when the crash comes or the I names break out a moments timeI will single out the hero in the crowd A flash of lightning in the night will reveal what years of daylight have not discovered to the eye And so the flash of the Spanish war revealed the lofty courage and devotion which the American heart so loves and I which you have met again to decorate I and recognize His qualities do not I need to be retold for no man in that exalted place since Lincoln has been better known in every household in the land He is not conservative If I conservatism means waiting until it Is too late He is not wise if WlsI lom is to count a thing a iMes when once will do There is no regret so keen In man or country opportunityIsoars high and rapid wing and whoever rings it down must shoot with ac uracy and speed Only the man with steady nerve and courage to pull the trigger brings the largest oppor unities to the ground He always listen while all the sagesI peak but every day at nightfall beholds some record which j if not complete has been at least pursued with onscience and intrepid resolution ONE MAN ONLY ROOSEVELT He is no slender flower swaying in the wind but the heroic fiber which IP ett natured by the mountains and the snow He spends llltle time in review for that he knows can be done by the schools A statesman grappling with the living pr blems of the hour he gropes but little In the past He believes that in shaping the destination of this great Re public hope is a brighter impulse than regret He believes that prepa ration for future triumphs Is a more Important duty than an inventory f past mistakes A profound student ot history he is to day the greatest history maker In the world With the instincts of a scholar he Is yet forced from the schoars pursuits by those Kiipurb qualities which lit him to the list degree for those great I world currents now rushing pat with larger volume and more poten tlous aspects than for ninny years bs fore The fate of nations is still decided I by their wars You may talk oforderly tribunals and learned refer ees yon may strike from your botk the last note of every martial anthem and yet out in the SlUt k and thun der will always be the tramp of hordes and the silent rigid upturned face Men may prophesy and women pray but peace will come here to abide forever on this earth only when the dreams of childhood are the ac cepted charts to guide the destinies of men Events are nuuberles and mighty and no man can tell which wire runs around the world The na tion basking today In the quiet of con tentment and repose may still be on the deadly circuit and tomorrow writhing in the toils ot war This Is the time when great figures must b kept In trout If the pres sure Is great the material to resist it must be granite and iron Whether we wish It or not America Is abroad In this world Her interests are in every street her name Is on every tongue Those Interests so sacred I and stupendous should bs trusted I only to the care of those whose power skill and courage have been tested tad approved And in the man I whom you will chocse the highest sense of every nation In the worn- beholds a man who typifies as no other living American does the spirit and the purposes of the twentieth cen ury lie dots not claim to lie the Solomon of his time There are I aany things he may not know out this is sure that above all things else he stands for progress cour age and fair plav which are the syuonytus of the great American nameThere are times when great fitness is hardly less than destiny when the elements so come together that they select the ngent they will use Ivventf sometimes select the strongest turn as lightning goes town the highest rod And so It Is with those events which Lr n any months with unerring sight have led you to a single name which I am chosen only to j ronouncc Gentlemen I nominate for President of the United States the highest liv ing type of the youth the vigor and the promise ot a great country and a great ae Theodore Roasevelt of New York Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For Price CRrTluloN soy A tLOO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money beck If It failt Trial Dottlei free Nasal CATARRHIn nhnuM be clraulmv- MElj 8 Cream Balm tlran r wthMand bctil the th rx el mrmlinnr Il cane catarrh and dtrt stay a colJ iu the 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be but the Iroquois er radians have their own version of the formation of the great cat + vt and this is the story they tell Once upon n time a long while ago there lived in Western New York a btautiltil Indian maiden whos phi tints wanted her to marry a hideous old chief because he was rich The beautiful maiden said that while she had always male it a rule to obey her parents in all things a a dutiful daughter shoal t in this cone she must politely but firmly de 4 ys cline unless they really insisted up on it They S lid they did insist and that she would please get ready for the wedding at once The maiden went out walking in the woods to think it over and the first thing she knew she had walked r to the Niagara riverjust below where it conies out of Iake Uric It was a great many miles from her home but Indian gills were good wnlkets and ten or twenty miles meant nothing to them when they wanted to take a good long stroll and time to think As the maiden stood by the river and saw it rushing down out of the lake her thoughts became more and more sad and finally seeing a canoe battled up on the hunk she deter r + mined to trust herself to the mercy of the water rather than go back and marry the hideous old chief At that time there were no great high falls where the thundering Waters of Niagara now roar and rave but there were fearful rapids there whirling and twirling among jagged rocks In tact the whole place look ed just ns the rapids above the falls look now as you stand on Goat Island tad look up at them tlKI RKSClKD BV THtNDIiR GOD To get caught in those rapids was sure death and the girl knew it but she was SD sad and sorrowful that she did not care what became of her Her only d site was to get away from home So she launched the canoe jumped in and the swift wa ters began to hurry her toward the rapidsNow the great Indian Thunder God lllnun he who brought the clouds and rain and controlled the lightning bad a summer cottaje constructed out of a cave at the junction of the lake and the river where he used to spend his leisure time fishing and it was his canoe which the maiden had launched forth upon the turbulant waters of Niagara rivr Sitting in the month of the cave getting his fishing tacke rtaly for the next day ttand thinking where he could get the best grcund worms for bait the thun der god looked up and saw the girl sailing away in his best canoe At first he was angry but when he saw how beautiful the girl was and tbat she was drifting to certain death he was sorry for her and called to her to come back Then he aaw tbat she had left the paddle on the bank and was helpless A A Spreading his wings for Hlnua had wings and could fly much better than Mr SantosDumont he flew to 4tbe rescue and caught the maiden just as the canoe was being dashed against the horrid rocks of the rapids He took her beck to the cave and ask ed her to tell him why she did such a foolish thing as to venture out on the river without a paddlehe would sty nothing about her taking the canoe without asking for it The maiden told him all and he said Well perhaps you would bet ter stay hers a while as I happen to know tbat the hideous old chief you speak of will die in a few days and then you can go home in safety Buta while you are here added Hinun you might as well learn something and I will be your teacher SNAKE MADE TilE PALLS So the girl stayed on the shores of the river for several lays and the thunder god taught her many thingsWhy asked the maiden one day do people in my village die in such numbers What causes so much sick nets there I will tell you raid Hinun + and e you must tell the people and make them move the village nearer to the A THE CAMELS HEAD Where the camels head goes hiI proverItsi opening will give it an entrance and when disease once hat a place in the body a loge number of ills may follow It The openmg for disease Is often found in a a weak stomach When the stomach it weak the bod v also becomes weak erfeu by lack of nutrition and disease attacks the heart liver lungs kidneys and other organ Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov cry makes the weak tomb strong It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition bodyto diseases InTited opinionof AddressePrv the sat twu ytan r hue been a ft1y odIuddtoWbea I sUrm I was all ru down and had a rery papreasaust tune In my mouth Waj shorted up a o4 a1 time It wee wry hard fbr InrpellnAnot attend to my work nor wniknp or d- ostln wttbout the aaalatance d my btother or some flood I am now traine the fourth bottle and am hippy tu say I feel like myelf again ray2U5an assure you worth lino MedIcal ew Rood for dyspepsia or debility DrPierces= o shores of the lake Then he told her how under the ground on which the village stood there lived an enormous snake b Ich crept out nt night and poisoned the springs from which they drank Finally Hinun told the maiden that It Will time to go hone that the old chief was dtal and she need fear noth ingSo she returned to the village and very glad her parents were to see her for they hAd believed ths she had been eaten by bears She told them all that had happened to her and that she had learne- from the thunder god Hinun A council of the tribe was calle anJ it was decided to do as the thun der god had directed and move th village nearer to the lake This was done and for a long time there was hardly any sickness and death among the people but by and by things be Ran to be as bad as they were before so the maiden went to Hinun and asked him what was the nowHe told her tbat the big snake had followed the village dragged hlnnelt along under groundand was now poisoning the water of the creek from which the people drank Dtft he ad ded that he would attend to the monster and the next night when the snake came out of the ground and went down to poison the creek Hinun was watching and hurled a thunder bolt at him At the first thunderbolt the snake only laughed but Hinun hit him again and then a third time and finally a fourth and then let fly a thun derbolt of unusual size and exceeding ly high voltage at him so that the gigantic snake gave up the fight and diedAt daybreak the Indians came re joicing at the death of their enemy and laid the b dy of the snake ou straight finding that it stretched fo twenty arrow flights Then with songs of triumph they rolled the body into the river and i floated down the swift stream it came to the rocks and therapids There it stuck and there it sticks to this day wedged In between the rock and forming what the paleface calls Niagara falls As to the maiden the Iroquois his tory does not rap what became of her but is evident enough that afterall th benefits she had conferred upon her people she was married to the brav- young chief of a neighborhood tribe and lived happy ever after Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pa cific Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 37 oo Salt Lake City 3800 r jtind trip Correspondingly low rates from ill points Tickets on sale daily t lSeptember 3 1 return October 31 1904 r Liberal stop overA with diverse routes Three fast trains dal ly from St Louis elegant equipment For Descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky WILL SUPPORT TICKET Bryan Says Democratic Victor Would Mean Little but He Will Support Ticket In a recent interview Col Brya was asked whether or not he woul support the St Louis ticket He raid I feel justified in supporting the ticket but I will not misrepresent the situation or appeal for votes fur the ticket upon false grounds A Democratic victory would mean very little if any progress on economic questions so long as the party is under the control of the Wallstrict el ement On the money question Mr Parker is a t thoroughly committed to the side of the financiers as Mr Roosevelt If he does not go as fa as the Republicans would In retiring silver dollars in establishing branch hanks in enlarging the powers of he National banks and in the substitution of an asset currency for the present currency it will be because he is thgd r can be expected of him on the money question On the trust question the Democratic platform is very much better than the Republican platform but the nomination of judge Parker vir tual nullifies the antitrust plank Unless in his letter of acceptance he commits himself to attempt antitrust egislation we need not expect him to pursue a different course frm that pursued by Pus Roosevelt- So far as the labor question are roncerned we must await Judge Park anyIhiocThe labor plank as prepared by Judge Parkers friends on the sub committee was a straddling meaningless plank In the full committee planks were idopted in favor of arbitration the eight hour day and against govern ment by injunction also a plank on JudgedParker is silent or ambiguous on thdfinancial influence back of him will aidee m these disputed questions Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding that ia done by hoards of health and charitable inclined persons the death rate among duelsrg trot weather of the summer months in the large cities There is not proba bly one case of bowel complaint in hundred however that could not be cured by the timely use by Chamber loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank Riggs o Frauklmsville N Y in speaking o this remedy said I have found it expedient to have a supply of Cham berlains Cholic Cholera ad Di arrhoea Remedon hand It has been a family safeguard and while especially beneficial to children it is equally good in adult cases I recommend it cheerfully and without re servation For sale ball drug gists Use of Airships in War lcull1 wewklyl One of the most Interesting chap thatt possiblre use of airships in war It appears that he conducted some evolutions by Longttibaibpwhich to impressed the of ficialaoi the French War Depart Mljfct with the possible usefulness of the airship aa an addition to war en ginery that they opened negot aMon s with the young inventor with a view to further tests under military super vision One result of these confer Duemont in case of hostilities with any Amenie ras to put his aerial fleet at the dia pi stion of the French repub ic In addition to the service it may render on land SantosDumont thinks that the airship mav b round useful In H DISta3nQi urrfmer YlatiQnJ I need flesh and 1strength us- tScotts 01 Emulsion summer as in winter I Stud for free sample SCOTT R BOWNK ChtmUt 4W Pur4 Slreit New York 5 caodixMt aN Vs jain detecting the approach of submarine vessels at sea Owing to certain persouVdistance above the water by looking directly down Is able to see much farther beneath the surface of of the wa ter and to detect objects moving there possibledvery curiouMy says the writer the Twentiethcentury airship must be come from the beginning the great enemy of that other Twentiethcen tury marvel the submarine boat And not only Its enemy but its mas ter For while the submarine boat can do no harm to the airship the latter having twice its speed can cruise abmt to find it follow all its movements and signal them to the warships against which It is moving Indeed it may be able to destroy the- r submarine boat by sending down to it long arrows filled with dynamite 1Itnd capable of penetrating to depths underneath the waves impossible to gunnery from the decksofa warship Thus it is that with almost every new invention the firt thought is how it can be utilized in the noble business of destroying human life To Golden California Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colorado and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Fran cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov- ereignI Grand Lodge I 0 0 F Sep tember next Lbral stop overs in conic Colorado Tickets on stile August 15 to September 10 limited October 23 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lNcmrnnAvrii c1 E S llIJIIcllltlr= =rrx = icorau3 M 3 i CCC iEJr Advartlslng Rates Local MotliiN In trot pr lint fled nut HI i vI areerntM enh ulI1I1 iro rrtlan- isder act iiiriiicli 1 Iniirtliiti S lni urtiuhi etbwntlrtIY 3 I plnjr rel wrtorli r mothe I a u 1 iptsytleetrnt p Iwf iniH 3 WOHtkr to ti II 1tibltBiipjr itbil armor butt ow wilt a WOlf i rntluv r lw wordy PB h Mttt IUTIHHPHIIJ tau erl i or tdr nrtM will In iiit ilouiitu- li ivqnltPil limit rill obltnxry Itrv 1111- 0otu a wortCshlV- 41111lob rrlntlau diiii att Ift rtM rxrrtiIIti Ir low FRIDAY JULY z- zANNOUNCEMENT roe ivnritV- e are initlinrlifil to IIIIIIIUIIHH 1AMKS I MOIITOX 1111 iHtiillilHtf fur the noire of Inlle- t Ohio count MihJiTt to tin nrtlnu of tin 1 nibllciin pnrtv WE are certainly in the goodolt1 summer time Ira goodbye beet teak so long a the butchers continue the strike iJiLENCt is golden A telegram s too note Parkers to the St Louis loncDtionIAN exchange say The Ken tucky corn crop is up in the average and the distillerICOL BIJYAN has a political future Such cannot he paid of Judge Parker iinyond the fourth of November As1 Judge parker is somewhat an nthlete we would suggest that he be gin practicing with the parachute POSTMASTER GENERAL PAYNE in clines to the belief that the Demo cratic party is running a tbreerin1edI circus THE Democratic party pleads the statute of limitation when it is called to account for any part of its recent record A STRIKING evidence of the weak ness of the Democratic position is the fact that much time is given to abuse I publican i fit BRYAN wants it distinctly ua od that the mere fact ot his is tg ute statement by no means preI J iim from issuing an her 1 SENATOR Gorman the acme ot Democracy in Maryland refused to visit Judge Parker the nominee for resident at his New York homeI TIlE butcher strike is ujt worrying iVilliam Randolph Hearst He IiI iiaving pie every day for dinner and supper out of the ParkerDavis provender JUDE PAKKKK declare that he bas every confidence in the Demo cratic party He seems determined to emphasize the Suet that he is dif ferent from most people i ACCORDING to the edict of Demo cratic managers the country will soon be flooded with campaign oratorsy The advance agents of adversity may meet with a warm reception if this kind of weather continues ONE of the must disgraceful and partisan attacks made by one of Ken tuckys citizens against another is the cowardly arraignment of Caleb Pow ers by Lewis Mcljuown in an article recently published in the Courier Journal ONE of the many items of specious lubduflery1 contained in the Demo cratic platform is one demanding that the army be reduced to a poin- historically demonstrated to be safe and sufficient The army has already been reduced from 100000 to 40000 since the close of hostilities in he Oriental Territory JT is true that pid crops are not due the Repiiblicnn JidmitiirUraltou hut t ability to il nse of them after y ore mired i If times were not irosperHis aiii lniinees Ii nirishinjr wople vvMjd IIHVM UK money with Lich to biy I1 Jnrmfr iiiilus rcluci The iiHHiLctit t itnifi i Wi nut credit u butiuitui harvest to I SUPT JAMES M DeWEESE Chairman of the Ohio County Teachers Institute politics but he knows who is respon sihle for the means of selling it OHIO COUNTY teachers have been in session in institute capacity with us during the present week Never before have we seen together a had ot teachers who impressed us as he ing more eminently qualified fur the 1work soon to begin throughout the country That then work of nour ishing the youthful mind is important and their position as moulder of pub lic opinion is responsible t here can be no question But it we consider the personality of the fortyor more orIcharged with the care of Ohio coon tys children this year we will find that every responsibility will be met and every duty ably performed To DAY THE REiuniHAX begins the seventeenth year of its career It has stood faithful for sixteen years and shared a liberal patronage during that period Republicans generally have stood by their county Paper and have given material aid to its support In this connection ve ate pleased to say tnat though the Republican in political faith is strictly Republican it is published not alone br the Re publicans but for the public includ ing persons of every political faith and by these people we are liberally patronized as evidence of which we point with pride to our hundreds of subscribers who are staunch Democrats Prohibitionists aud Populists We welcome youit matters not to what party you belong We wan to send TUB REP IIUCAN to every home in the county To this eud we respect illy ask the cooperation of all who + viehwell to the cause ot THE H IlILltA quesI of tree silver Yet they nomi Hated a staunch goldstandard candi date for President In their St Louis platform they practically declare in favor of free trade and to contradict that declaration they now inated Senator Davis a veteran protectionist fur Vice President The tact is time has proven the unreasonableness of their free silver craze as it has their other dectrines and to make a manly acknowledgement of it would be too revolting to the former arrogant advocate of the fallacy That their antiprotective tariff doctrine is only a bugarboo is proven by the meaningless phrase in their platform about the tariff and the further fact that a protectionist has the second place on the ticket They propose to tinker with the tariff only to the extent ot beaefittiug a few favored trusts Colored Fair Owensboro Ky On account ot above Decision round trip tickets wll be sold from Baver Dam to Oarenslmo for 15 r Tickets sold Auz 17 to 2 i limited to Aug 2t for return S B VAN METER Bargainst2 Walter A Wooi Mowers 35 oo each 5 Steel Hay Rakes c5o each D I D SANDERiUR 52 2 Beaver Dam Ky n Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale dally Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo ColHt rate of 35 P Umitfd to Oct 31st for return S K VAN MKTKK Apt n D iersiittleThe fatuous little pills I TEACHERS INSTITUTE Splendid Array of Talent Has Ohio County Men and Women Who Will Direct the Young Minds The Ohio County Teachers Institute met at Court Hall Monday with n lull choir ol teachers present There j are in all about one hundred and thirty ol the countys men and women who represent the mental and moral sinewy of the county in attendance Prof John C Willis is ably conduct- Ing the institute in his happy and attractive style while Supt Jame- DeWeeae presides as Chairman and Prof C W Moseley with proficien cy records each days proceedings- The Following are the teachers en rolledClaence James A P Taylor Ot rtie Kimbly H P Maddox Marvin 1Black Clarence DeWeese I J Hoov er Clay Moseley C W DeWeese Elvis Mazan Adrian Sinderfur HIJ Carter O L Shultz Reginald nett W S Taylor Mattie Moseley Bonnie Moseley Kthelyn Jones Irl tna Hudson Ella Herring Lula Hoov er Ola Hoover Lennie Rowe Iua 1 Acton SteiU Tanner Bertha Cheek Irene Whlttlngbill Mamie Shown W R Carson May Mills Annie Dan iels M M Faujihendtr Mrs Lucy Wedding Stella Mills Madie Park Lillian Monroe Mary Burnett Wil lie Lewellyn Ferdie Wright Mag gig PdXton L J French A E Ellis Clarence Davis Mattie Tichenor Mattie Robertson C O Hunter Ie na Miller Dora E Gibson O M Shultz Clarence Bennett Alec Bo + wtl1 W C Overhults M D Mad t dox Ozna Shult S P McKinney C K Carson E M Kimrael Seth Moseley 0 N Stewart H C Crow der R D Robertson F D Wester I field 0 0 WilHarns O E Allen W L Howell F B Renfrow Law rence Gary J H Barnes Clarence Allen A A Brown J T Hoagland G W White H A Smith W S Hill John R Shultz Chas W Wil son T Wale Stratton Berry Taylor Nora Cluk Louanna Ford Annie Berryuian H N Bennett Clara Crabb Hattie Sander Dna Wood ward Mary Bennett Mack Cook S E Turner A V Leach J E Davidson C J Crowder Carl Soper I S HowardtFlora Gary V M Moseley S W Crowe F T Whittinghill Lena BenI nett Rose Early Corn Storms Stel a Daniel Claude Peck Allie FteldI IIIonMINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS MONDAY Ohio County Teachers Institute met In court hours July 18 I90ofI ca led to order by Supt James De Weese Devotional exercise conduct ed by Rev J H Burnett after which A P Taylor was elected Vice President and C W Mos ley Secretary A short time wal then given for the enrollment of teachers eigtythree belaj present The work of the institute for the week was then outlined by the In structor J C Willis Institute was then adjourned till 330 oclock The first on program in the after noon was a berg able and practical discussion of General conceptions of Education by the Instructor followed by a discussion on the Repression of Evil Tendencies by Prot 0 M Shultz He thinks there are evil tendencies in all mankind and if not repressed in youth will develop into the hardened criminals of society in after years Next was a talk on Pestallozz + by M D Maddox in which he men tioned some very interesting foci dents in his life Next the institute was entertained by a very able discussion on the Life of a Country School Teacher by Oz na Shulz in his usual and happy mauyJof our very best teachers are found in the country He says the country teachers lay the foundation stone in the work of education and that the colleges and universities often claim the honor The institute wns then adjourned till 830 Tuesday morning Teach ers enrolled to date IcS- TUESDAY Institute opened on Tuesday at 10 30 devotional exercises conducted by Judge Miller The institute then bs gan the regal tr work of the day The firstsubject on program was Arithmetic its practical value and culture In the nbsents ol Mr More ley and Mr Coppage the Institute was very agreeably entertained by Prof M M Faughender by a practical discussion on the subject of Dis crimination between the Abstract and Concrete in Arithmetic follower by a discussion by the instructor fill the subject of What branches if any should be hopped from the ordinary Arithmetic He thinks more ought to be added instead of anything beinj dropped unless it is some ot the rules in partial payments Institute then adjourned till ion oclock First subject on program in the afternoon was The Recitation which was discussed by S E Turner Hi thinks the greatest incentive to the letshint know that the recitation is to be a test of his knowledge ol the lesson The subject further discussed by Mr Mack Cook In the absence ol Mr Petty Instructor Willis gave an interesting talk on the Essentials oi good Recita tion Methods ot recitation WitS then discussed by Prof A P Taylor lie favors variety in method The subject was further discussed by R D Robertson S E Turner F D Wes terfield anti others In the absence of Proto I S Mason the subjct of CUsts Tactics was very ably discussed by Pro M M Faugh ender He says the teacher should always be abe to adapt his work to the conditions of his classes The preparation of the lesson was then discussed by S W Crowe lie believes that enough time should be- spent in assigning the lesson to give some insight into it and further that the teacher should always pre pare the lesson HS well as the pupil Next subject some Fates to Shun in the Recitation to be discussed by Mr Clarence Overhulls and Miss Njra Clark In their absences the subject was very ably discussed by Mr F D West rfield further dis cussed by W R Carson and the in structor Prof Willis says the reci tation is another test of the true i teacher Institute then took a few minutes recess The subject ol primary reallng was then very ably discussed by Miss Dora E Gibson Mr S W Crowe twat then heard from on the subject of Correction of Errors Prol O M Shultz then made some explanations on the new text books Institute ad journed to So Wednesday morning I WEDNESDAY j Institute opened at 830 devotional exercises conducted by Rev G J Bean The work of the day was opened by a discussion on the subject Attention by Instructor Willis Making many helpful suggestions as to how to secure attention The institute then took recess I The subject of language was discussed by Prof I S Mason Mr1 Mason held forth the idea that no false syntax should be placed before the pupils A very lively discussion fol luwed by M T Westerfield R L Miller and others First step in language lessons was discussed by Mrs Mary Halloway Childs ten dencies in language was then dis cussed by Miss Lena Miller and Mr Clarence James A paper on first steps in language was read by G W White Institute adjourned for recess The fundamental operations of arithmetic was then discussed by Prof A P Taylor He says the pu plls should be given nothing without reason He also gave some practical illustrations in the use ot signs in arithmetic followed by a very lively discussion by the institute Institute adjourned for noon The subject of discipline was discussed by M D Maddox A E Ellis M T Wtstei field and E W Patter son and concluded by Instructor WillisMr J B Wilson of the Hartford Bar then favored the institute by a discussion on punishment Mr Wilson strongly opposes corporal punishment His opinion wasop pcsedhy Miss Dora E Gibson who declared that his opinions were not only unpractical but dangerous to set before the young teachers of the county Institute then took recess Some practical exercises were then given in reading by Instructor also a very interesting and instructive dis cus lon on some errors in bad reading was engaged in by the institute In stitute then adjourned till Thursday morning One Minute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup H Special OF Sale Hosiery Odds and Ends IOf Our Spring Stock I V want to inakf a clean sweep of our entire stock of Summer Mcrehanilie In orkcr to do so we have placic on salt1 these Special at a irrcal sacrifice r Special No1 Ten doxeii ladies fastMack seamless Hose in 1Ililtror lace stripe A ready tlhnt iOur Special price this week 10c Special No2 Ladies Colored Silk Imiirellas in lied Mine ami Irvn ChanireaUle pure ilk in Duality warranted unit to fade Never sold for I than tu J IU Mir I Spicirl price this wrrk S Special No 3 One lot short length in Sea Island Percales 1C tit Iu wjli ill1O1x These urood are sold everywhere at I2lie Our Special price to close the lot is Tie Special No4 Iadie Hats Nut old stock hut new lint tvlish Millinery They must tro at a irrcat loss to u Price no ulljtt Move out tail move quickly i the motto llcmemlier that hisides these specials you will find our house full of tempting bargain Prices from 10 to Jo per cent lower than you art in tIll hahit of ptvw + rinn elsewhere fcur c 1 tsit 11 J We I Are I I NotThe only people in business but we are the onlyw people offering such excellent values in seaaoimble goods You are to be the judge lows this Mens and YouthsPanty that sold for 450 now 300 f 11 If 50JIf t If If 250 175 H t t c 200II 125 f c f 150II 100 1 II II U j 5If 75 1 Summer Suits Straw Hats and Slippers all to go at reduced prices as we dont intend to carry over a single article In ordtr fu move them we make thebenefitCome early and get the best y1Jr Zrtily The Brown Mercantile Co ItXCOUI- tiltATKIIMcHBNRY KY fflMf IOfU Hartford Republican I FRIDAY JULY 22 Illinois Contra Rail road Time Tablo II itrlli huh lid Suit 1Is HlHIIIll NI itvilui IIIJII in SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS- II IU2 ilm l u7Ii in No Illl ilui 4 p III Nnldu12opu No It1 illlyIo in Fresh fish at City Restaurant Rowan Holbiook was In Owens horo the first of the week Remember City Restaurant lor everything good to eAt Mr and Mrs Thomas Naught vis- Ited In our midst this week 1 r1For Boys Clothing see our line KCOSOMV STOKK T D Owen Livermore called to see us while In town Monday Latest styles In Low Cut Shoes at SAM BACHS w Mrs Dr J T iller son Joe are attending the worlds Fair City Restaurants Ice Cream Is simply fine Try It Norval Brown McIIenry culled to see us while In town MondAYI City Restnurant most uptodate place in Hartford Call and see S J Tichenor McIIenry made us a very pleasant call Monday s1CalJ D Taylor Beaver Dun called to see us while in town Monday New lot of boys and chlldrenH Suits and Odd Pants just received KCOSOMV STORE S T Hunter Smallhous made us- a pleasant callwhile In town Monday Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery46t1Commonwealths Attorney Ben 01 Ringo Is absent this week attending w 1court at Hnwesville For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurant We buy Ginseng and herbs THK BROWN MERCANTILE CO- Render Ky Mr F L Felix and family left Wednesday lor a lew days visit to Mr Felixs father near Ohtou New Belts Belt Buckles and Clasps I and many other novelties just receiv ed at the Economy Dry Goods Store I A complete tine at Hamilton Brown ladles and gents Slippers just re I ricelved SAM BACIIi Hon M L Heavrln attended a meeting of the Republican State Cen tral Commltteeof which he is a mem ber the first of the week Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner up stairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf Capt J G Keown and Will Hurt returned Wednesday from Bonenteel South Dakota where they have been to register In the government land drawing SAWING WANTED Capacity of Mill 10000 fee per day Satisfaction guaranteed Address- M G WILSON 5114 Rosine Ky Mr J W Hale Fordsvllle has completed his work of overhauling and repairing the Rough River Tele phone exchange He reports It In first class condition Mrs T B Petrie and brother Mc Dowel Fogle returned from the Worlds J Fair Monday Mr Petrie who accom panied them from here to the the Fair went to his home at Brazil IndMr and Mrs WH Griffin received notice the first of the week that a son had been born to their daughter Mrs A D Buskill Crawley La Mother and child are doing wellBargains In clothing at the Econo my Store see them 3 oo and 400 suits at 2 45 500 suits at 345 650 suits at 395 575 suits at 5 45 850 suits at 5 95 to and I 9 12 50 suits at 745 It win PRY you to see these suits before the best are picked over splended value Cheap Millinery goods at- CARSON Co I Shool orders taken for mercundlse at CARSON Co u 12ic Sta Island Percal 36 In wide TiC at Fairs Allred Brown Rockport made us a pleasant call yesterday L B Loney McHenry made us pleasant call yesterday Choice lot of ladlcsTine Shoes sires 3 and 3t j for 5IC at Fairs AHSlppers new styled new lasts for exactly cost at Fairs Miss Stella Tanner has been the grest of friends in town this week Fairs remnant stock of Millinery at your own price Come and see them All Summer Wash Goods 7c at Fairs Sold for laC and 12 cforuiely Keownilordsvllle here AN1HJChlckens Eggs blackberries Feathers and Wool CARSON CoIWANTED A boy printer or one toI barn the trade who can accept a men tint job Must have lair educa tlon Apply at RiiiTiiueAN office Postmaster Wood Tinsley whoI hai been quite ill for the past several days is some better Mss Mottle Cooper of McIIenry who has recently returned from Cen cousien Mrs T M Taylor this week Misses Stella and Mary Wedding j WhiteBvilleMisses Attyennrt Blanche Van Meter Beaver Dam are tilt guests of Mrs Dr S J Wedding Ohio county Teachers are Invited to visit hairs Headquarters lor j Collcrs Ties Sirts Ladies Furnish tags Etc Mr H W Ralph was united In marriage to Miss Lora Midkifl at the New Commercial hotel yesterday at 2 offilclatlngMr and Mrs John T Davis ol near Beaver Dam who have been tbeI guests of their daughter Mrs Mary It Duke of this place returned home Tuesday Mr Sam G Rhoads died at his home near Weaterfield Wednesday night ol heart trouble His remains were laid to rest In Sunrise burying ground Thursday afterncon Prof John C Willis lecture at Court Hall Wednesday night was quite a treat He is a logical and forcible speaker and a humorist ol more than ordinary talent Luther White who was arrested at the Dundee barbecue last Saturday charged with carrying concealed deadly weapon was tried Monday and- tined 25 00 and sentenced to ten days In the county jail We have greatly readuced the prices on our entire line of Oxfords for men and ladies also have made a big cat on all our goods This is your chance to get Dress Goods and Oxfords for a small sum CARSON St Co A shooting match which at first seemed to assume serious proportions occurred at the Dundee picnic last Saturday One man was arrested by the officers for some trlval offense and it is slid that the officers did not actin- a manner satisfactory to the relatives of the man arrested So his brother attempted to rescue him His relea3e was secured then an attempt was made to recapture him and a running fight ensued A number of shots were fired almost in the midst of the crowd but none of them did any harm except to frighten a number of ladies and children The Issue- If it had the power as it did under Cleveland to enact any law It pleased the Democracy would makea bad mess of It just as It did then and plung- the country into panic closing shops aad factories and throwing hundreds of thousands of men and women out of work The issue therefore is be tween conservatism as represented by the Republican party and radl caltsm as represeneed by the Dem ocracy License to Wed The following permits to wed hay been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report Dudley Mason Nelson Creek to Minnie Sheffield Rockport R TI Evans Taylor Mines to Rosa Jane Goodman Select Thomas Leisure Ueddto Maude Renfrew Bed a Forest Chinn Beaver Dam to Bertha Feem ster Beaver Dam A J Beesley Ro sine to Gertrude McDaniel Rosine essleeSouthard Rockport W H Ralph Maganto Laura Midkifl MaganI I Important Read Ihave cut the prices on my Dry I Goods and Notions Shoes and Hats In order to close them out before I nvliit the markets this fall Call and get my prices before buying elsewhere as it will be money in your pocket to do so C L ARMKNDT Dundee Ky P S Armumlt Wedding have dissolved partnership and I am at the i same old stand SMALLHOUS July zDlr and Mrs Will Stevens and Mr and Mrs Sandefur ot No Creekwere the guests of Zack Reid Sunday Erse Addlngton who has been the guest of her brother at Greenville the past week returned home Saturday She was acompanied home by her brother Mr H P Addington and wife who will return to their home MondayRev Bogges filled his regular ap polntmentat Hquallty Sunday A pro tracted meeting will begin there the third Sunday in August The third Sunday in August will also be EClualityi way guest Mrs Joe Bul lock recently she was accompanied to her home by Mrs Bullock and children who will hi her guest this week Mrs Claude Brown who is very low of consumption is not expected to live Mr Robert Hunter is the guest of nis daughter Mrs James A Trun nell this week- Messrs P B Taylor Seth Hunter Wayne Overhuls Owen Hunter Otto Kimley Harry BennettGeorge White Will Howell M D Maddox Berry Taylor and Oda Allen are attending weekI Bennett SundayIol his aunt Mrp M P Maddox Sun Ia More School Per Capita It is reported that Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua says the per capita of the school of the State this year will be between 3 25 and 35 which will be a big increase Last year their capital was 264 and a jump to 3 25 or more will be quite a large increase It will be a handsome addition to the pay ol county school teachers whose pay is byno means what it should be i150 IniianapulisaniReturn 150 Big Four Route Sunday July 17th Special train leaves 7th street Union Depot Louis vllleatS oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at Ticket Office259 4th Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Genl Agt GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Chicago experienced the hottest weather since 191 the thermometer registering 94 degrees resulting in three deaths and a score of prostra tions Here Is the list of the national can didates Republican Roosevelt and Fairbanks Democrat Parker and Davis Populists Swallow and Car roll Socialist Debs and Handford Socialist Labor Corregan and Cox Popullnt Watson and Trlbbes Negro Liberty Scott ard Payne The citizens of Bedford Indare indignant over the failure of the last grand jury to return an Indictment in the Schaefer murder case It is claimed that the last fiasco is the re sult of the cowardice of the officers MisseSchaefer is known to many The question of changing the site for the Capitol of the State is now a paramount one with the State Capitol Commission It is claimed that the present site is too small lithe change is made an extra session of the L gls lature will be necessary Former Attorney General Knox calledon resident Roosevelt Monday and read the greatest part of the Pres idents speech of acceptance Mr Knox said that there was lOt a shadow of doubt of the success of the Re publican ticket this Manrt that by a splendid majority He raid that ii evident thut the huMne s wen o Mlle country evidently trrmtjiht the HoodsSarsaparilla is unquestiona bly the greatest blood and liver medicine known It positively and permanently cures every humor from Pimples to Scrofula 11 is the Best Bleed Medicine same thing as there had been no dis turbance in business as a result of the pending campaign- A Chinese junk which has arrived at Che boo brings a report that 4000 Japanese were killed by the explosion- of II mine at Port Arthur on July 12 The Chinese also report that a Rus sian torpedo beat sank a merchant ship mistaking her for a Japanese transport These reports are not confirmed It is admlted at St Peters burg that the Russian losses at Mo tien Pass were larger than estimated in Gen Kuropatkins report Gen Kuroki says the Russians lost 2000 and the Japanese 300 men Other reports say the Japanese loss was heav ler one correspondent estimating it at 1200The commissioners of the Central Asylum at Lakeland will spend about 50000 in improving the water sup ply facilities which have been road equate in the past A reservlor 1200x2 10 feet in extent will be built Jude Upton W Muir of Louisville wa drowned while bathing Wednesday at Cape May where he and his family had a cottage for the summer He was standing in about two teet of water when he was seen to fall face forward His body was found floating but all efforts to resuscitate him were without avail The verdict of the Coroners jury was accidental drowningThe trial of George M Sisco charged with the assassination of Miss Bertha Williamson In Crittenden county resulted In his acquittal at Marion Wednesday In an opinion given to Superintend ent of Public Instruction FuquaAttor- ney General Hays holds that the com mon school fund of the State Is entitled to its proportionate part of funds and taxes paid Into the Insurance Department which apportionment has not been made since 1893 Something like 15 1000 is Involvedand proceedings will be instttued to compel Auditor Hager to make the apportionment When the Industra1 School of Re tltagebe tried and the boys will be taught j igriculture horticulture and floricul ture About 50 acres will be needed or the new site J 15heIQ J I UptoDate to 9 I1 i StoreC 43 4We can interest you with the newest bit 3 which the market offers at this sea jj J 1 son of the year showing Notions and Fur W nishings that were not out at an earlier sea jj J son These goods are now arriving and are J 4 uptodate and can be had only of upto bit iR date people See our new things in Dress 4 Goods Ladies Belts and Hair Ornaments bit all just out Wrist Bags Ladies Collars La t t4 dies Gloves Laces and are a few to Jj 9ofI I Clothing Specials- Our Clothing trade has been very large and we have been forced to re order in many lines so that our stocknow is more complete than at most places If you need a suit for hot wear or general use this is jthe place We will give you more for your money quality and style consid ered than anywhere else you buy Milinery Bargains- Our most successful season inow = nearing a close remarkable for its greatly increased sales and general DressBest Calico 5c oc 6c Heavy 3 pairs Suspenders IiG Big and Hose5cfo- od Top Shirts 25c One Suit 45c ba- i 96whiched we are good styles and J It great values Visit this department ba usual reduction the = season demands j It MtOtherOur line of Wash Dress Goods is = yet very comprising al i most as many patteans and styles as bit seen Whether you buy in = cheap 5c or in the high j er priced you will find at no = a larger line than we are show i ing Dont to see this line = to 1 Sir J TICHENOR McHenry E E July Clearance Sale = 10 Black Clay Worsted Suits at 250 Sizes 35 to 42 I 19p25 pairs All Pants 125 p p Goods Factory Bleach Cotton Bedticking15e 25c Handkerchiefs25cLa- dies Childrens Underwear showing andsecure the complete earlier the Lawns fabrics place fail Wool Cotton Shoes25 pairs Hamilton Brown Fine Shoes at 125- Heavy 4Work Shoes 100 4Ladies Shoes 125 4 2unllystore at prices as cheap as the cheap est Dont fail to attend this sale for it means a saving to your pocketbook aa Y SAM BACH Hartford Y 1 FIERCE ALPINE EAGLES They Are Ferocious In Their Attacks on Wayfarers Tho Maritime Alps of eastern France have been noted as being the haunt of the most ferocious and exiteeChildren Tarried off by them and theyeVen attack adults on occasions somo tnr s with dire results- A postman named Gustavo Silva wvo curried the mniis on foot bo iivcen the villages of So pello find Puget Thenierp was sat upon while crossing the JMKS by three large lird and frightfully injured He managed to drive oil his wing 21 assailants with the aid of his alpenstock and eventually reached his destination with his bag of let ters Hut his cape was from the first regarded as hopeless by the local doctors and after lingering in indescribable agony for six days ho succumbed to his wound Meanwhile two young French tourists Messrs Joseph Monand and Antoine Noysscl went up into the mountains to try to kill the birds that had done the damnge and were savagelyattacked in their turn Both men wore armed but the sudden onslaught of the huge Tfinged creatures completelyun nerved them and after firing only one shot they tried to escape by running The birds however struck them down ere they had gone many yards and they would have doubtless been both torn to pieces where they lay but for the opportune arrival ofa party of shepherds These succeeded in rescuing Mr Xeyssel elite but terribly injured l having sustained no fewer than- vn Hovere wounds in the head and vaek besides innumerable minor icerations and abrasions 11cunmllanine Mr Monand was Apled outright early in the fra- 3Ir Neysul recovered after six weeks in bed but is disfigured for lifeStray Stories Too Much For Cabby The cabman was taking Mr Al 2 rnon Ajluon out of his way and rl being remonstrated with he shouted Youd better get out I vj the fare got out with the re murk Youre a nice creature Tiiu cabman then uttered the sar iin And you call yourself a gen an Upon which Mr Ashton- intly said I never called my a lfn gentleman The cabman TUTnly felt that language was un e unl to u situation like this and drove away without another M id I think I had him there Flr Ashton in telling me the yIundon News Best For the Woman 1I a picture representing a- tt man at the feet of his lady that roused the ire of the rusty bachelor Before I would ever kneel to a woman he said I would encircle TV neck with a rope and stretch it And then turning to the girl who sri mar him he inquired Do you thingrIt would undoubtedly be the best ior the woman was the quiet re Oi LINCOLNS ADVICE A Preecription That Might Be Used With Advantage Today T ere is a story still current in Illinois which says that an old firmer friend of President lincoku who jscd to correspond with him on plained on one occasion of his poor health lIe received the following rejly which is quoted in Illinois as Lincolns prescription lto not Worry Eat three square nuils a lay Say your prayers Thinkof your wife He courteous to your creditors Keop your digestion good Steer clear ot biliousness Exer rise Go slow and go easy Maybe there are other things that your es youhlppyreckon will give you a good lift applicllblc cans in every state in the Union to day There are parts of it which apply to us generallyas a nation 4cDo not worry Keep your digestion good Go slow and easy It would be difficult to find an Amer ican who has not something to amend on these points Worry and dyspepsia have assumed the propor tions of national evils amid thief are both more or less theresult of un due haste There u no surer way to promote dyspepsia than to he in a constant state of hurry and nothing will so surely give one the blues or inoline one to worrying and fret ting as dyspepsia Our native in etitution the quick lunch res itourant is responsible for a large proportion of the physical ills of business in large cities Eat ing hnstJlholtingonclI food jjs it is popularly expressed is enough to ruin the digestive organs of an ostrich A man would better eat half as much as usual at the midday meal which is usually the most hurried and take time to mas ticate properly what he does put into his stomach Better still would it be if he would give himself ample time to relax and eat a light lunch without allowing any thought of business to intrude on this necessary period of relaxation Success Mistaken Sir exclaimed the injured party you stuck your umbrella into my eye Ohno N replied the hecrf ul offender uyou are mistak en Mistaken demanded the rate muD You idiot I know vhen eye is hurt I guess- Doubtless replied the cheerful fellow but you dont know my umbrella 1 borrowed this one from 1 friend todayCincinnati Times Star Limitations Sixth floor called out the ele vator man Let me get out here said the Little boy Is there a stairway so I win walk down to the one bek w vas the elevator man replied If you wanted to get off at the fifth floor why didnt you say so Cause I lost a rout tooth this morning and 1 cant say ith loor Chicago Tribune Miss Shyleighs Malden Fears You dont wear gum shoes do j you inquired Miss Shyleigh No responded the youth feWhy do you ask Because murmured the blush ing girl a young man who called here last week wore n pair and I when Iwltcnt looking he stole upi Ilnlmlll kissed mtand I do hate to be so startled I Cleveland Plain Dealer I Verbal Accuracy See here hotelier this meat is half hone You are mistaken sir That is 0041 meat Botheration Do you suppose I dont know bone when I see it I say this is hone- ycs certainly thats bone The bone is bone but the meat hut You said the meat was half bonej Detroit Free Press A WONDERFUL QUERN I HOW THE NORWEGIANS EXPLAIN WHY THE SEA IS SALT lasso 3IIII That Ground Out Ulohe For the Poor Hruther Whllw It Prlchteiivd the Hluh One The Sail or Who Mud It Grind SIIIIThere Is an old fashioned Norwegian i toll talk that accounts Itia very curious way for the salt In tho sell According t to the story the waters of the ocean were not always salt But long ago there wore two brothers llvln away up In the northhmd Out was very rich nUll the other was very poor One j brother hud herds of cattle and docks of tat inountuln slieep while the poor mine hull just about nothing at all ex ept a wife and ever ao many children qua ChrUttnus ewe there wus uothlni In the house for them toeat and the I poor mints wife said to her husband If I hud a rich brother as you have I would go and nsk him for something for these poop children to rot Tomor row will be Cnristnins day and there j U not a Croat of bread in the house So ne weut to hi brother and tola him how nuch they tietnlfd his help t The rich noun gave him a nice ditch of Vacou and told him to go to an old uia ghiuu who lived somewhere in the ujountttlnrt 1 do not know why hu sent the poor man to the musician tor the latter did not boor a very good nuv j in the neighborhood However when he came to the magicians stronghold vurybody about the place wanted to buy his Bitch of bacon He could 110tI understand why it was but he If there was so much demand for the I Uueou hit would at least muke the best bargain he could for it Well he said 1 ought by rights to j take thin bacon home to my good dame for our dinner tomorrow but since you nil seam to have set your hearts on it I suppose you must have it If I sell It I however I want I good price for It They offered him a good round slimI but that would not do I will let you have It he said If rou will give me thflt quern yonder behind the door JL quern Is one of the things that It would be very hard to find nowadays becnnN they have gone out of fashion A qnorn li a mill for grinding corn hand and It consUts of two byI stones an upper and a lower one upper one having u handle by which it j tuny be turned around on the lower tone grinding the corn or gram be I tweon themJThe old magician at first laughed outright at the idea of any ono thinking that be would part with his quern but the owner of the bacon Insisted that ho would be satisfied with nothing less than that so he finally got It When be reached his own door the clock was striking 12 tad his wit wu waiting for him ready to scold him for staying so long What la the world kept you so long she asked Amd what art we going to do with that old quern when TO hayno corn to grind r Thou ho told her of hie trading bacon fur the quern Shu was tbeI 1 fully put out about it and especially at the loss of the bacon Just wait a minute said her hUA band before you begin to complain mid see if 1 did not do right this time And putting the quern on the table he told it to grind enough good things to make n drat rate dinner for twelve hungry mouthy ills wife could hardly believe her eyes as she stood there and watched the quern grinding out dain ties enough to last a week The rich brother chanced to henr how well his poor brothers family was liv tag and when he came lilt wiw what Mil elegant table they kept he was en vious and wanted to know where they got tilt money to buy the tilings For n long time they kept the secret of the old qucru but somehow it got out at last They were so proud of it that they could not help tolling nil about it nUll the rich brother Insisted on buy lug the quern Finally they let him have It for 310 It kept on grinding for Its new own er but he was afraid of it never feel Ing sure of what it would do next so ho mnde his brother take it back at the wine price Tin poor innn was glad to get it back again and it ground out untold riches for himself and his family They hind everything they de sired among other things a gulden houfte to live In and the people came from every land to see the magnifi cence of the family that owned the wonderful quern One day a stranger an old seaman who hUll hOn all around the then known world cumc to sow the quern and wanted it to grind salt It Is supposed that the owner of the quern was rich enough by this time for he let it go for a moderate sum and fearing that be might repent of having sold it the old sailor put to sea at once with his prize anxious to know how it would work When he hud spider no fur out that no ono could reach hIm he said to the quern Grind salt null grind both fast and good ollllrInail heaps of wit all over the dock un til the ship was ready to sink to the bottom of the sea Scared half to death the old sailor bugged the quern to stop grinding salt Ho got down on hU knees to it But there was no use talking to it It went on grinding grinding and soon the vessel went down with its weight of salt And the quern still keeps on grinding in the depths of they ocean and that b why the sea Is slllttlr- glnla McSherry Was Wished On IIt sister hue a ring that Johnny is very fond of He is al lowxxl to weir it sometimes for an hour or so when he has been very good or has promised to benday he suddenly found that he want goldItold him as he insisted that she couldnt tnke it oil because it was wished on Johnny said little and thought much and the next afternoon when his sister had callers he rushed in and plumped down on an ottoman in the middle of the roomJohnny reminded his sister your cap dear Oh returned the boy innocently I cant take it offsi Its TimesiAn Easy Way Out So this is your birthday How old are YOU indignantly breeding to ask a lady about her ageIOhno not in all cases It is only unmannerly to ask how old a lady is when one has reason to be hove she is old enough to be asham ed of itH- Then she invited him to sit down ao they could have a nice lon- gvisitChicago KecordHerald IASmall Matter d to inquiring friend Ouimadame is ill but ze doctor hat pronounce it something very triilinjr very small- I Friend Oh I am so relieved for I was real anxious about her What does the doctor say the trouble is Let me recall It was something very hectic Oh oui I have it now Ze doctor says zat madame has ze CornPiles Upon Top of Piles Piles upon top ot piles ot people WhichIyou get the genuine and origional Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt Co ot Chicago a cure is certain H A Tisdale ot Summer ton S Csays I had piles 20 years and DeWitta salve cured me after everything else tailed Sold by Z Wayne Grifiin and Bro Applying His Knowledge- A teacher bad taught his pupils the proverb Its the early bird that etches the worm and the next morning little Johnnie appeared with eYtfII Johnnie the teacher asked In her most sympa thetic voice Please sir the lad blurted out you said It was the early bird that Rotthe worm so I let ourcannra out oi the cage this morning and papa whipped me cause it didnt come hack What to do Until tho Doctor Arrives If it is a case of colic or cholera morbus give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ami you will have uo needof a doctor For sale at all druggists Smart SayingsIIts a credulous worldevery man believes In hintsel I Everybody dislikes the man whose Intentions are good The article chiefly sold at most fancy fairsthe visitor I If you would enjoy your infutiation I never scrutinize it Be content with your lot especially j if Its a lot of money OI two evils choose the one you have worried through before Make one person happy every day even If It is yourself Greatness Is the ability tohiniisun derstood with equanimity The fellow who catches the small est fish is usualy the biggest liar Anybody who knows enough can learn something tram anybody else Most ol the things we think we know we ought to know we only think When it comes to keeping a secret pehaps the less said about it Is the I betterA reason may not convince but It otten ends the discus PionITcmcrrow is the time when the fool Is going to be wise and the lazy man Industrious A Very Close Call IIstuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa Iwas weak and pale without any appetite audi all run down As Iwns about give up I got a bottle of Electric Hitter and after taking it I felt as well as 1 ever did in my life Weak sicklyrun down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Statsfaction guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Price 50 cents Have you read that very intemesting magazine The Smart Set IS S CONVENTION I 1000 Delegates ExpectedGreat- est I Ever Assembled in Kentucky bIe Kentucky Sunday School Association I meets at Henderson August 24 25 26 Fully i 000 delegates are expected A few Sunday School specialist always attend these State Convention but this will be tbe first time In its history that as many aa seven attended Mr Marion Lawrance Internation al General Secretary and therecogniz- ed leader ul the Sunday School forces of the world will be present and take u prominent part In the program Mr M A Hudson of Syracuse N Y the author of the Baraca class will take charge of the meeting for men Mr Hudson has a national rep utation as a leader in the important work of winning the men to the Sun Jay School Every Bible dais in the State should send a delegate Mr L P Leavcllof Jackson Miss Sunday School Secrettar ofthe Baptist Churcha young man buta recognized leader in the Sunday School work an Interesting and inspiring speaker will be their alsj Rev Go 0 Bachman lormer General Secretary of Tennessee one of the bst Informed men and one of the strongest speakers in our ranks Mr E A Fox Rev T C Gebjmer and Miss Nannie Lee Frayaer all recomzed specialists will take part Mr Lawrence Mr Leavell add Mr Eox have just returned irom Jerusa lem and the Worlds Fourth and greatest Sunday School Convention and will give an account of this noted cruiseA richer feast has never ben spread for the Sunday School workers of Kentucky Ever Sunday School in the State la entitled to representation The railroads give reduced rates and all accredited delegates will be enter tamed tree- Henderson Is halfway between Lolsvllle and St Louis and stopover I prevlllges will be allowed for those I conven1tion address E A Fox 19 Inuisvilie Trust Buildin Lltiisv lie Ky I Not a Safe Bet I Yes my hoj said the parson during rt callas he laid his hut on the Bible tlry words in this Iwok Is true S 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The first bottle IB guaranteed to help you or druggist rctuVna your money The extreme hent close ronflnomnnt and Intense mental strain Incident to tho banking business has caused ma to suffer nervousness and Insom nia It gives mo pleasure to say thatI have used Dr Miles Nervlno with Ir satisfactory results In the treatment of theso atTi ItloiiH I am now on my fifth bottle and eat and sleep well In tact have almost forgotten that L possess nervesIt Tf DALBY AS3C Cashier State Bank Texarcana Art PT3T1T1 Write to us for Free TrialPackage of Dr Miles Anti RlmcartorSpecialist will diagnose your case tolt ItILABOHATOIUKS ELKIIAHT INft I Hartford Republican i FRIDAY JULY 22 FEARFUL RISK i Is Taken by Prospectors in Their Search for Gold Death Valley Where no Man Can Live is Being Invaded By Them Los Angles Cal July 2IUnde terred by the terrors of the region known as Denth Valley large numbers of persons are at present venture Ing out into that fearful slnkatracted by the wonderful deposits of minerals known to exist there The latest death reported is that of an unknown man whose taking 08 is in keeping with the weird character of the val leyA party of five prospectors were seeking a pool of water at aplacecall ed the Devils Hotel when they dis covered ahead of them a man on horseback heading for the same placeI He seemed to be suffering probably from the hEat and thirst for arrivingI at the pool he left his horse and plung ed bodily into the water He did not reappear and when the party arrived nt the pool there was no trace of him to be found This poolso far as is known has noI bottom At the surface the water is perfactly placid and motionless but a stone dropped into the pool is seenI to sink in a natural manner for a dis tance and then it is whirled rapidly to one side of the hole where it disap pears into unfathomed recesses The party watched the pool half a day vainly hoping there might be some trace of the lost man but the pool failed to give up its dead and the body was undoubtedly being whirled down some subterranean river never to return to the light of dayi+ RENDER July 2oMrs James Bratcher of Stephenburg Ky visited her parents Mr and Mrs 1C S Reid of this city last Saturday and Sunday Mr W T Woodward of Hartford was in this city Tuesday on bust nessProf A R Whalen of Central City was a welcome visitor in this city last Sunday Rev E D Boggessof Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment here last Wednesday night Mr E D Jones will leave tomor row for Linton Ind for a few days visit with relatives Mr Sam Bishop who was reported last week as being very low with ty phoid fever is better at this wri tingMiss Flosse Woodward of Hart ford is visiting Mr and Mrs Paul Woodward in this city Miss Tude Chlnn has returned from Louisville whereshe has been en gaged in the millinery business Last Sunday afternoon the follow ing young people of Render visited the city of Prentis Cromwell and the great High view Misses Lucye James Maddie Engleby Lana Fisher Messrs George Barnes of Beaver Dam Judson Rowe and Joe Smith of RenderMr Claude Chrlsenhall of Rock port was In town last Saturday on BusinessMr Ashby has resigned his j position as clerk for Mr S J Tlche nor at McHenry Sheriff Cal P Keown of Hartford was in Render last week on business e SALEM July 2oMrs Belve Boydof Horse Branch visited Mr Rufus Boyd and family Sunday Calvin Wilson and family were the guests of Mr Wilsons grand mother Mrs Phccby Christian Saturday and SundayElder J W Bristo of Fcrdsvllle filled his regular appointment at Cane Run church Saturday and Sun dayMiss Evelyn Jamison visited her sis ter Mrs Annie J Myers last Wed nesday night Mr Robert Mlllerof Horse Branch was the guest of his friends Mr S W Wilson and family Sunday Mr F M Farts of Olaton attend ed Cane Run church last Saturday and Sunday Mr Arthur Raley wife and little daughter Oma were the gneete of Mrs Raleys parents Mr and 11rs1 J W Wilson Sunday night The angel of death visited the home of Mr and Mrs Nute Myers last Wednesday and took from their midst their little Infant Its little soul has gone to rest where pain and sorrow never comes Father and mother weep not for your little darling He who doeth all things well had his chariot ready and took your darling home where sin can nevtr roam The remains were laid to rest In the Salem burying ground MATANZAS July 20The farmers are very busy cutting grass Rev B F Jenkins filled his regu appointment at the Baptist church here last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lucie Nelson and son Forest of Russellvllle made a visit to W P Render and family recently Mr Worth Tichenor and family of Livermore attended church here SundayMrs W B Mabrey who has been very sick is better John Bidwell and wife of Owens boro are the guests of Mrs M E Bidwell this week- I T Nail of Island was the guest of his daughter Mrs J N Nail Sun dayMrs Dorcas Tichenor who has been quite ill Is some better at this wri tingJ M Stearnmn and family visited relatives in McLean county last weekRev R D Caster and Miss MayI Ross of Goshen were in this munity last SunrlaIBorn to the wife of R C Neal on the 17th a girl The school at this place will open the 1st of August with Prof W CI Overhultz as teacher Can You Figure 200Give2 AwasTO t1OM tats OF Carson CoI HARTFORD KYI How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gifts First nearest Guess S 5000 Second 2500 Third 1000 Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now 1 The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2 500 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 3M miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 145 acres zyi miles from Hartford 3ooo A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375 I will sell your property for you 01 I will find a farm for you Titles abstracted 43 acres on Green river near Fairest 430 S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY S1 BOSWIwonLDS FAIR ROUTE I NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS INn T1IK I Louisana Purchase Exposition fNJ 1 fWHailroll WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant poaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fair furI nished free on applicationI Send lOc lOpyI of the Worlds Fair KnrrntfK time nf trnlii SlwpliiirCii UrViltlmix 1tr iull mi MIIV Tlrktt Auillt rn- ldrrrl I MfCAItTV ct 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