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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c he tiiifrb Uqrnbikan IIFi e Job Work a Specialty XYII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 29 1904 No IPREACHER ACQUITTED Charges of a Scandalous Na ture Had Been Made Accusation That He Had Two Liv inv Wives Falls to the Ground t 11A church trial of more than usual interest took place at Sulphur Springs last Friday and Saturday resulting in the vindication of a man who ban been the victim of scandalous country gossipRev J II Savage had been sent to the Sulphur Springs circuit by the Methodist conference lie was a preacher of some ability and hail no patience with the sins common with in the bounds of his charge In re sponse to his plain preaching the en nilty of a portion ol the community was aroused and some time ago scandalous talk regarding him was heard first in whispers and then more loud ly Finally it reached the ears ol the authorities of the church and an Investigation was decided upon The trial was held last Friday and Rev JT Rushing the presiding el der presided at the trial The only charge that the assailants of the min ister could be induced to bring up lor hearing was that he was the hus band of two living wives The charge were Investigated and the most that could be made of them was that they were hearsay based on irresponsible gossip and Rev Sav age was acquitted and the accusers put to shame Tax Case Dismissed Quite a little Interest was mani Tested in the actions ol HattieGilstrap and sixteen others against Sheriff Cal P Keown each seeking to recov er the sum of 200 collected by the Sheriff as the cost of advertising land for taxes Judge Miller declined to sit In the tax cases and therefore the bar elect ed Hon C M Crowe special judge The Gilstrap case wes made a test case and Its trial occupied half of last week At its conclusion the courtldlsmlssed the case and gave Sheriff Keown judgment for his cost Hon C M Crowe was a member of the Legislature In 1902 which passed the advertising act and said 4Inhis opinion that it was meant to protect the county the State and the sheriff and to compel the payment of taxes by those owing them The plaintiff was represented by G B Likens while H P Taylor and Heav rin Woodward appeared for Sher- Iff Keown Schools and Teachers The public schools of Ohio county some of which have already begun will be taught during the present year by teachers as follows- i HartfordL F Gray 2 Victory 4Edna Hudson 3 PaloClarence DeWeese 4 Sulphur Springs J El lis Mitchell 5 OlatonIke J Hoover 6 RenderV M Moseley 7 Ac tonElvis Magau 8 RicketsMar vln Black y Cave Hill Mack Cook 10 GoshenJas Barnes II Union Clarence James 12 Sarvis HillC K Carson 13 Upper Point Clarence Overhultz I4 Brown M D Mad dox 15 HuntersOwen Hunter 16 CeralvoE M Kimmel 17 Center townWeS Hill 18 Highvlew Chas W Wilson 19 No J9Seth CreekAdrianIAllen 22 Taylortown 23 Horse BranchMary Halloway 24 Miller V C Moseley 25 CooperMary Hodge 26 Oak GroveOscar Stew art 27 BalzetownJ E Davidson 28 Hickory Hill Anna Berryman 29 Mt PleasantH C Crowder 30 Roslne Chaa Crowder 31 Salem Lon Hoover 32 LeachWillie Lea Allen 33 NarrowsReginald Ben nett 34 Whlttlnghlll Irene Whit tinghill 35 Davidson Ola Hoover 36 ExcelceorBerryTaylor37 Beech ValleyLena Miller 38 Daugherty 1E S Howard 39 Jones Robert Head 40 Williams O W Edge 41 Beaver DamM M Faughender 42 Haynesvllle Mary Miller 43 Sour wood Rosa Early 44 Hickory Grove Clarence Bennett 45 Greer 46 Kings F D Weaterfield 47 Basham Willie Lewellen 48 Clear Run Madle Park 49 Buford R D Robertson 50 Concord Ethlyn Jones 51 Vine Grove A V Leach 52 Washington T Wade Stratton 53 Alexander Stella Tanner 54 No Creek Allie Fielden 55 Chapman W R Carson 56 Crowe Nannie Moseley 57 Crane Pond 58 Moseley Nora Clarke 59 Friendship J S M Royal 6a Lower Point Har ry Bennett 61 Prentis Willie S Tay lor 62 Gum Springs Bertha Cheek 63 Dog Walk Lawrence Geary 64 Stony Point Lennie Rowe 65 Independence Anna Carter 66 Edwards Stella Daniels 67 Mt Marlah Mayme Shown 6S Bend Will Howell 69 Arnold Clara Crabb 70 Robert Shultz 71 Shreve Anna Daniel 72 Waltons Creek O O Williams 73 New Bamus O L Shultz 74 Cen tral Grove Muttle Tichenor 75 Elm wood It F Carter 76 Aetna Dollie Jett 77 Clarke Carl Soper 78 Bel mont Garfield Brown 79 Cromwell S P McKinney So Burks Pendleton Holbrook Si Pink Hall Ozaa Shultz 82 Rockport Chas Moseley 83 Taylor Fields M T Westerfield 84 Deaneflelil Mollle E Tunstall 85 Shultztown Lillian Monroe 86 S Sugar Grove Bloomer Renfrow 87 Hickory Ridge Ottie Kimbly 88 Taylor Mines Robert Miller 89 Se lect Clarence Allen 90 White Oak Hattte Sanders yf Jingo Alex Bos well 92 Shroader Louanna Ford 93 Highland Mrs S O Keown 94 Wil son A M Acton 95 Reynolds Stel la Mills 96 Fordsvllle I S Mason 97 Bells Run Mattie Moseley 98 Sunny Dale Ella Herring 99 Jubilee A A Brown too Beda Everett El lis tot Greenbrlar L F French 102 Pleasant Walk Chas DeWeese 103 Poorhouse J W Petty 104 S Sulphur Springs 105 Lawson ic6 McHenry S W Crowe 107 N Sugar Grove T J Edge 108 Hopewell W S Sanbach 109 Bart letts Bud Hoagland 110 E Beaver Dam Sarah Pirtle in Magan Ver da Wright 112 Poplar Grove I K Floyd 113 Union Grove Geo White 114 Vine Hill Lula Acton 115 Hor ton Flora Geary I J6 Maxie Chas W Wilson 117 Loyd Frank Whit tinghill 1 18 Coffman H H Davis 119 Rough River Hermon Maddox Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale dally Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col at rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 31st for re turn S B VAN METEH Agt CENTERTOWN- July 25Mrs J M Carter is at home again after spending a week with relatives and friends In Mc HenryMrs E M Morton visited her par ents in Utica last week Mr J M Shacklett Williams Mines visited Mr J C Warden here Saturday and Sunday- C K Reneer Render came down to see his family Sunday returning MondayMiss Gerdle Balls Smallhous Is visiting her brother Arville Balls here this week Rev E V Phlpps and Mrs L M Phipps attended church at Elks church last Sunday Misses Eva and Tllla Hedges Hat field Ind visited the family of A B Rowe here last week and Miss Laura Rowe accompanied them home E H James Cromwell W K James Mataozas and Mrs J B Coff man Coffman Ky visited Prof H H Davis and family last week Rey George Gardner and Mrs Mattie Jones were united In the holy bonds of matrimony Saturday at i p m RevL P Drake performed the ceremony in tn impressive manner O B Boskett and family are at tending the Worlds Fair this week Little Miss Irene Davis entertained some of her many friends lasts Tues day evening the occasion being her 9th birthday she was the recipient of many useful presents 1 00H 0 u IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL MM IT IN Till HIPUBLICAN fOND EMBRACE By Husband May Cost His Wife Her Life Corset Stay Broken and Pierced Young Womans Side Blood Poisoning Set In Indianapolis Ind July 27The affection of Earl E Cornwell for his wife may result in her death for Sat urday evening he hugged her so tightly that a rusty stay in her corset broke and one point of it was forced Into the flesh The injury apparently was but slight though painful and but little attention was paid to it at first Two days later the wound btcame swolen and inflammation set in A physician was called and he roic treatment begun at once but the doctor say that he hopes to be able to avert It The pretty young wife has a strong constitution and has al ways been very healthy Cjrnwcll Is very much alarmed over his wifes condition as well as embarrassed over the cause leading to it He refuses to say anything con cerning the accident According to the young mans mother who was a witness to the catastrophe her son and his wife were driven out of the house by the ex cessive heat and were in the front yardHe grasped her in a fondembrace Not wishing to be hugged In so pub tic a place the wife struggled to free herself There was a cracking sound and Mrs Cornwell put her arms to her side with a little scream of pain A corset stay lad been broken by the bearlike embrace oi the ardent young husband and the wife injured- In telling of the accident Cornwells mother said Earl is a littl bit too affectionate but he cannot be blamed I guess for he thinks the world and all of his wife tI Yes was the reply of a neigh bor I believe that is true for be is always hugging her every time I see them together FORDSVILLE- July 27Mr and MrtlG P Duvall and little daughter Mary Arnold of Louisville are visiting relatives in townMr Hammon McCarty and wife of Louisville visited relatives in town last week Mr J W Smith has moved his family Into the property owned by Mis M Coppage Mrs Daisy Wells of Owensboro is visiting her mother Mrs Melvina CoppageMr Heddlnwho has been very low with typhoid fever we are sorry to say is no better Miss Alma Ford went to Owensboro Monday where she will join a party going to the worlds fair Miss Mattie Bean of Dundee is visiting her aunt Mrs R C Smith this week The supper given Saturday even Ing by the ladles of the Baptist church was quite a success Miss Ethyl Allen went to Beaver Dam Tuesday to visit friends Mr Walter Eagon oi Evansville is visiting in town this weak Mrs Lucy Brooks is quite sick at this writing Mi J T Smith has had the plank walk taken from in front of the Commercial hotel and is putting In gravel which will be very nice when completedMrs Jarboe of Hardinaburg is visiting her father Mr J B How ard this week Mr Byron Miller of Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs Robert Loyd this week The good cheer offered In Walnuts and Wine that bright department of Lippincotts Magazine where fun cen ters Is for August uncommonly pal atable and conducive of enjoyment on train boat porch or at home Smallpox at Leitcbfield- Leitchfield Ky July s5The county health officer here todaprep I ported that John Smothers was af flicted with smallpox at the home ofi his mother near here He is eight een years ofage and contracted the disease in Breckenridge county The house in which he is at present Is quaranteened iRENDER July6Mr R T Englesby Sr and son John returned last Friday from Herrin Ill where he has been for several weeks Misses Mary Espey and Martha Fisher and Mrs Herman Render vis ited friends in Rockport last Satur day the guests of Miss Minnie Wil liamsRev Ben Andrews of Louisville filled his regular appointment in the Presbyterian church Sunday night at McHenry to a large and attentive au dience Miss Annie Hooper of Echols is visiting friends and relatives In this cityMr Arthur Baker of Taylor Mines visited in this city last Sunday Mr Moses Harrel of Wysox was the guest of his son Mr L E Harrel in this city last Sunday Mr Clay Moseleyof Hawesville is the guest of Prof and MM V M Moseley in this city Mr Sam James and daughter Miss Lucye went to Island Ky one day last week Mr Joe Smith visited in Leitch field last Sunday Miss Maddie Englesby was in Beaver Dam last Saturday shop ping Messrs Chatlic Willard and Tom Render attended the picnic at Rock port last Saturday Sherifi Chester Keown of Hartford was in this city last week on business Mr Jno B Crowe has accepted a position as clerk in the C C I Co store at Echols We all wish him much success Prof S W Crowe will teach the public school at McHenry this term commenceing August 1st Miss Lona Fisher and a Miss Tay lor and Messrs Joe Smith and Clar ence Baker attended the com mencement exercises of Hartford colege at Hartford last week Mr and Mrs E F Rowe and fam ily will leave this week for Herrln 111 to reside for the future Mr Clarence Ashby of Rockpott was a welcome visitor in this city last Sunday Johnle Englesby was in Beaver Dam last Saturday on business Grand Out of Town Excursion Sunday July 31st Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventh St Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rush vllleioo Knightstown 100 An derson i 25 Alexandria 125 Mar Ion 150 Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office 259 4th Ave and at depot S J GATES Genl Agt 4 Institute Expenses- In order that the teachers and the public in general many know the disposition of Institute funds I herewith publish an Itemized statement as fol lowsAmount received from teachers 118 Expenditures John C Willis instructor 875 Chas Moseley Sec retary 10 Printing Institute pro grams 8 Hartford band 5 Wash Duncan janitor 5 Printing common school program 350 Hauling and handling piano 4 Printing cer tificates attendance 15o Mailing programs i 30 Base ball game i 25 Z Wayne Griffin Bro book and paper 6oc Moore Crabtree ice 7oc Carson Bros lamp i 50 Sarah Collins Smith ribbon 29C James H iVIllIamseraser loc Total 117 74 Amount to be placed to credit of library 260 JAMES M DEWEESE S C S OAJBTOHTAKm Always 8at lit IGocC ISubscription IVOL FINE PEARL Stone Found by Young Man in Panther Creek Frank Pardon Says it is the Finest Specimen in Owensboro Mr Frank Pardon the jeweler is the owner of the finest pearl In OW ensboro says the Owensbaro Messenger He has had it but a few hours but he is very proud of it It is round and smooth and brilliant and weighsIII eleven grains It was son of Esquire William Goodwine on Tuesday Just what he paid for it could not be learned but the youth who found it went home rejoicing and Mr Pardon is rejoicing still He ex pects to rejoice still more when he shall have sold it for its real value Mr Pardoa says the pearl is a very rare and fine one and that he saw a necklace once containing ninety such which sold for 80000 It was found In Panther creek while the youth was in bathing He found one once before but it was not so fine as this Mr Pardon declared last night tbat pearljHeYork Chicago and Philadelphia and get their price upon it Colored Fair Owensboro Ky On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Owensboro for 151 Tick ets sold Aug 17 to 2 limited to Aug 21 for return S B VAN METER r AUTANZAS July 27The farmers are all about done cutting grass and stacking wheat Meadows are not very good in this part of the county this year There was not much tobacco planted I in this community and it is very small for this time of the yearIMr Jas S Igleheart spent last Saturday and Sunday visiting rela tives at Smallhous- Mr Rolla Bishop of Smallhous was In our midst yesterday Miss Eunice Bishop is visiting her uncle Rollie Bishop at Smallhou this week Mr W K James returned home from Select last Sundaywhere be had been visiting his brother E H JamesMiss Pearl Igleheart is on the sick list this weekIM P Everly who has ben very sick Is some betterIMrs Marvel Kincheloe of Central City is the guest of Mrs T R PELVIC CATARRH CUREa General Health Greatly Improv fi by Peruna Irs E Von Sticnau 832 Fifth strsct Milwaukee Wis writes U I have been a sufferer for years rUt female trouble causing backache ani PERFECT HEALTH REGAINED at times terrible heaL aches I had nl s complications from indigestion and heart trouble so thai 1r often hall to lie down I teok six bowicy + of Peruna I was then in perfect health was regular had no more headaches ir fact my health is now all that I corn wishrs E Von Stlenatr Kidney Trouble Cured j Mrs M J Dauley Treasurer of than Relweca Lodge I 00 F writes front 111 First street X Minneapolis Minn 1 was afflicted for several years TzltHi kidney trouble which became quits ow1 ious and caused me considerable anxiety I spent hundreds of dollars trying ttbe cured but nothing gave me oafpermanent relief until 1 tried Peruou It took less than three months UK only ten bottles to effect a penuioaat Dlmleyi Ci Columbus Ohio for free book on catarri r written by Dr S 12 Hrtman Kincheloe this week Severn of the people from this place attended church at Waltons Creek Sunday to hear Dr W P Ben nett of Utica preach Joe Ward and family of No Creel visited the family of W B Igleheart last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Joe Bullock returned to hex home at Smallhous last Sunday after a weeks visit to her father Thos Bishop of this place Dr Smith of Centertown was here yesterday on business W P Render went to Beaver Dam last Saturday after material for D6ss I new residence I Prof E A Smith of Ceralvo was in our midst last Sunday A C TAYLOR Undertaker and Embalmer Carries a full Line of everything found in a first class Undertaking Establishment in his house re cently opened at Beaver Dam Ky Washing Laying out and dressing dead bodies done free oft charge Calls answered at any hour of the day or night A fine funeral car stans ready at all times Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed A C TAYLORFuneral Director and Embalmer Beaver Dam KyI 1 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Reviewed by one Who Left the Party When Free Silver Took It Heralded as the Enemy of Trust Yet it Was Dominated by Trust Magnates What clear useful lesson do the proceedings of the recent national Democratic convention teach As a circus it was a success Ring master David Bennett Hill of New York Trick Horse Alton Brook- Parker of the same State Perform ing Monkeys John Sharp Williams of Mississippi who tried to imitate Ellhu Root as temporary chairman and Champ Clark who essayed th role of mimicking Uncle Joe Cannon as permanent presiding officer Trust- Busters James M Guffey Standard Oil magnate from Pennsylvania and and August Belmont of New York recently chairman of the executive committee of the L N Railroad Company who together with David- B Hill secured the nomination of Al ton Brooks Parker as their represen tative In the race for the Presidency and gave the party as Its nominee for the Vice Presidency Henry G Davis president of two railroad companies president of a big national bank and a leader of the coal trust The real sincerity of the platform- is indicated by the fact that William Jennings Bryan and David Bennett Hill agreed In favoring its adoption Oil and water it is said will not mix When I was a country boy there was In every back yard a structure into which the wood ashes were poured and from which came a liquid known I as lye This would bring oil and water together and produce soft soap Champ Clark in his opening ad dress as permanent chairman quoted the declaration of the psalmist In my haste I said all men are liars David Bennett Hill exemplified how well this applied in his case when in the committee loom he assured Mr Bryan that he did not know how Judge Parker stood on the financial question Mr Littleton who was selected to present Parkers name to to the convention got into the same class by proclaiming that his candi date would accept the platform as made for him by the party and thus secured the support of the friends of free silver who by striking out the action of the subcommittee in thank ing Almighty God for the abundance of gold had left the utterances ot the Kansas City platform still in force as the attitude of the party on what was really the paramount question at St Louis The convention was so un ruly that the chairman said lithe rab ble and the mob had controlled it from the beginning He could not make himself heard without the use of a megaphone- It was so Indecent that obscenity and the vilest epithets were screamed from one of the halls to the other in spite of the presence of at least 2500 ladles and no one tried to sup press it Mr Bryan denounced the delega tion from Illinois as no better than train robbers One of the promi sent figures of the convention was Gov Vardaman of Mississippi who secured his high place by opposing the education of the negroes al though he believes in training his horse or his dog What was to me the most characteristic performance of the convention was the selection by the leaders of pitchfork Tillman from South Carolina to act nt its mouthpiece in explaining its position with reference to the Parker telegram He is the chief of the Saloon Trust in his State and if he ever had a thought or impulse that was not sea tional and narrow it has failed to come under my observation John Sharp Williams temporary chairman of the convention and leads r of the Democrats in the Rouse of Represen tatives at Washington who was first to discuss the Parker telegtam said I My friends we purposely math the platform silent on the question of the raonetetary standard We mode it silent because we nil agreed that it was not an Issue in this convention Judge Parker thought it was an is sue and said that if he lid not break the silence of the convention his nomination would be a Dead Sea ap Ile to him Senator Tillman contradicted Mr Williams in hit statement tbit all agreed the monetary issue Ayers i i i Falling hair means weak hairIThen strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food flyers Hair Vigor It checks i falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor j grow completely cures dan druff And it always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark color of early lifeIMT hair wu filllne out badly and 1 wa Ayerssmade ror hair all I could wlili It to bo- ftKUKCCA K ALLEN Klliabeth NJ flCOn holds 3 C ATER CO Andrnvs tit forrpll Man i HaireIwas not an issue in this campaign because he says he was one of thosi who wrestled over this question in the Committee on Resolutions and knows with how much of travil and how much of anger it was there dis cussed Mr Bryan said that the committee was In session the last time sixteen hours engaged in discussing the fie nancial features and added When the platform was reported from the subcommittee it contained the gold standard plank ot which you know It was discussed In committee It was stated by members that It would be unfortunate to In LI sert the plank and finally by vote of 35 to 15 It was decided to ex clude It Mr Tlllman whose purpose was to bulldoze the convention into submis slon to Judge Parkers pronunciamen to said that there were in the com mitte pronounced views antagonis tic on the financial question which I had to be reconciled He added t that when he read Judge Parkers telegram he took it that an Indig nity was being put upon us that some one was attempting to tritle i with us and I swore by the Almigh ty God that I for one would not endure ItIHe said that alter considering theII matter he had concluded that Judge Parker under the stress of clamor about him and In the New York newspapers and by telegrams had felt he ought to declare his views but that this did not change the platform as was done four years be fore when Mr Bryan announced in advance he would not ccept the Kansas City nomination unless there came with it a new and distinct declaration in favor of free silver Judge Parker thought the monetary standard would be an issue or else he would not have flaunted his views with reference to it in the face of the convention He knew that af ter he had been nominated he could do this with Impunity because to have then taken him off the ticket would have turned the factious loose and brought on hopeless war and dissension The committee on reso lutlons believed it to be an issue because they struggled with it two or three days and nights in red hot moode and finally by a vote of 35 to 15 decided that the free silver standard which had been floating over the party for eight years should not be taken down And yet John Sharp Williams in trying to grease Judge Parkers tele gram so that it could be swallowed by the delegates said the monetary standard is not a probable issue in this campaign and the convention accepting this as the easiest way out of trouble and to vindicate old David as quoted by Champ Clark wired to Its nominee that the platform Is si lent on this subject because It is not regarded by us a possible issue in this campaign Tillman In closing I his address dramatically exclaimed I We have our candidate we have our platform Are we going to I change either To this there were j loud cries of No They could not drop the candidate and none knew j this better than did he and his con- Vention j manager David Bennett Hill who was there to carry out the wishes at J Pierpont Morgan J J Hill August Belmont and the Wall street crowd who want to punish Theodore Roosevelt for having the Supreme Court declare that the greatest HS well as the smallest of the trusts ate subject to the law and can be controlled by the people through their representatives The convention at St Louis was a curious assemblage It was heraldc las the enemy of the trusts It was called to order by Janus K Joncson of the chief stockholders in the Cotton Bale Trust Its temporary chaIr- man was John Sharp Williams from a State which last fall declare against education for a majority of tiR citizens and whose dominating Influences despise mudsills wheth r white or bUck Its permanent chap UlAn was Champ Clark a leader in the boodle State of Missouri and one too who has never opened his mouth against the corruption and prjfligac which every Intelligent citizen could see was dominating the affairs ot that CommonwealthIts on resolutions by 35 to 15 voted against disturbing the declarations in 1896 and 1900 for free silver and the convention Indorse this action Mr Hill deceived Mr Bryan to secure the nomination for the Wall street candidate The nom inee when he was safely in the sad die wired that he had at last made up his mind that the Republicans were right in establishing the gold beknown he could not hope to be elected and might as well give up the nomination The convention saId Go on old by you know best what will get votes In the end We want to win What you saywill not change the views of the party When we elect you the tidal wave will alsu give us Congress and we can then work you We are not much afrait of the backbone of a man who during eight years of agitation and struggl has never before told even so int mate a friend a9 Dave Hill where he stoodIf convention or any member 01 it uttered one broad patriotic sentiment it was not printed There was no word of praise or encouragemen for the navy whlcl has brought us so much gloryand given such an impetus to our commerce during the past few years Instead of recognlz irg the valor and sufferings of our soldier boys on foreign stands whilst upholding American liberty and law in Cuba Puerto Rico China and the Philippines there is a demand that the army now at its lowest notch un der the law as it stands shall be still further redued But I will discuss the details of the platform in future communicationsThe citizens who wants to do what is beat for his country I need only read the proceedings of the Democratic and Republican con yen tions respectively to see where lies the path of duty One was orderly decent and admirably conducted in every respect The other was a mob and torn by factions and while tac itly admitting that its last two predecessors had acted foolishly yet it would not say so and reaffirmed some of their most asinine deliver ances It will not do to say that the diflerence Is accounted for by the fact that at Chicago there was no contest Practically the same can be slid of St Louis Judge Parker really was without opposition and he and his New York advisors selected old man Davis as his running mate in a trust bursting campaign If neither the INHGBTION HI WM troubled with storm Mb trouble Tbedfords Black Draught did mo more good in one week than all tbo doo tors nitxliciiitt I took in ft year1fS SARAH L SlIIUTIELD KlldUvilW Indo Thoifordn Black Draught quickly invigorates the ac the Ptoinarh and cares even chronic cases of indiyerfUon If you will take a small dewe of Thed fords Black Dratlit occa fiionally you will kip your perfeat THE OIW5a LAItDRAUGHT More BielIlchgiauuisedby jeonstipation than by any otherdiwwo Tluxlfordfl BlackDrivuglit not lllm haves constitution bntcurei diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps tho bowels regular All drngglat IISSooQt puoktvgeit Thad ford II Blade Drought is tho best medi cine to the bowels I have over usedMRS- A M GRANT Buoads Furry N a COnSTIPAilor1 monetary standard nor the twists are possible issues in this campaign Where are we at as the Alabama statesman said What is there in either ticket or platform put out by the St Louis convention to induce any reasonable thin to vote for a change Are not the times Rood enough and did not Judge Parker in his telegram practi cally say that the Republicans had brought about our present prosperity by adopting the gold standard W H BCCKNKK Winchester KI July 16 19ct a 1 OO Reward S 100 The renders of this will he pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure L the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh be lug a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ja taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system there by destroying the inundation 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 they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any ease that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address FT Cheney it VIlolelo 0 Sold h Druggists 7f ITake Halls Fancily Pills forconti pation What Are We to Do What are we to do Disease germs are In water wine whisky beer ci der milk and whatever we drink from thirst or pleasure They are in bread meats fruits vegetables sugar honey molasses and whatever we eat from hunger cr delight So say scientists Our fathers and mothers knew nothing of these germ destroyers of health happiness and life so they ate drank and made For Business Good Stationery is a power ill business Business Stationery should be the bestnot merely fur pride sake but for the real worth it is to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers because that which goes to snake 1eautifulstationery is employed 111Our printshop Every tie tailof its making is attended to with the greatest earl the paper ink presswork and allare just what they should be Favor us with an order so wv can prove tIll above or alland let show you samples uI merry to a fcood peaceful old age But we know and tear to cat drink or sleep for they are in the air we breathe in the sunlight that warms our blood and In the darkness that chilis our holy Sonic people kuow too much or nuke believe they do sonic people know too little or think they do Such is moan possibly wo highIor low DeathsIof Bnrgeton Term saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while coneiuup tion was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair mite j y The lira bottle brought immediate relief and its continual use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed Bottles Sac and 100 Trial Bottle Free at Z Wayne Oriflin it Bros Drug Store Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat A Strange Telegram He always lead worn a Van Dyke beard but WH anxious to have it shaved off when try masculine under seventy was going barefaced His wile objected for said slit What can I do to myself that will make me look as much younger as that will do you As a dutiful and considerate hus band he fotb ire until one fatal day when in the bathers chair he yielded to the tempter and pave the word lo let her go The result was star- tlinghe certainly was much changed and oh how diststrously young he appeared He rose weakly and went to the nearest telegraph officelie would get the worst over before lace Ing that wife at home His message ran Prepare for shock Have had beard taken off IP LAST Ti SEASON SEA SHORE 0 r EXCURSIONTO ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAY SEA ISLE CITY REHOBOTH A lId Other Atlantic Const Points AUG 18tll VIA BOS4VStop I Return Trip at irPhiladelphia Baltimore and Washington lixiroMioly Low i uteri TIcUolM iooil IJ Day Vestlbuled Trains Klegant High y Back Seat Coaches Pullman Draw log Room Sleeping Cars and Com i panys Dining Cars All Trains Via Washington D C Ask age nts for Descriptive Folder Containing Time of Trains 11st of Motels Ktc or address o p MCCARTY i P A ClrulnnllllO u s IH OWN D P A- 1oiilMvllle Ky b = 7 CASTORA-i For Infants and Children Tea Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgutturu of Beautiful Stationeryi For Society Society Stationery is given tilt greatest earp in our print shop TIll type faces we have for this class of work were se lected with thu utmost care as to beauty in stance we have a series of type for calling cards that when printed like we print is so much like ingraved work that it can hardly be detected the real It is the same with wedding invitations ami the likeOur prices for this kindof work are moderrte considering the excellent highgrade work you get Note tHe Exceedingly Low Prices Envelopes rood Duality per 501landup Letterheads good quality per ream ofOOI3 Noteheads rood quality I per ream of 500 100j 0 Statements good quality per ream of 500 100IC Ordinary Hand bill per 1000 0002o0as If rrescripliori blanks in lots per 1000 100IC All other Job Work in proportion The Hartford Republican it Kentuckyu f Southern Normal School THURSDAY 11111stylellI fromt Following Hartford I Boiin 11FeB11BusessCo11e c IIIor TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE KANiOmEKT One Thousand Students Will be In Daily Attendance Hiring theComing Year i cnursrLs t t Ilinlnp 4 fihortHamlfyoWr tin IvtiinnnfihliiTefepMphynnjl Civil Service vi ituilint who enters tlm JltsiSKKU COLIK IK Tear hnvo the prmvllrgc of cntrrinjr tlie pursntngany Lif nary branch or lirnnclus tiiiulit without extra + we tvc two month tuition free with every live months FIIUI r hln laser l y tae Howling Crocn Jluslncssol1ljIti faj Be lIure ana mention courso waotciJ when you wrltn Catulogno free Address H H OHKURV JoneralMannpcr RllWMNfl tRrrN I lYJft Democratic Ghost Stories The Democratic press to keep up the courage of that section of the par tt i ty which indorses the Parker rape of the Presidential platform presents figures taken front spirltlnml What are the facts The electotal college now consists ol 476 votes It takes I therefore 239 to elect The prtbabl KUC Demociatic States art Alabama IIi Arkansas j Florida IoullIlanaNorth Carolina 12 South Carolina y lennefSie 12 Texas iS Virgira 12 Total 151 The sure Republican Staler California 10 Connecticut 7 DelI aware 3 Illinois 27 jndiana 5iI Iowa 13 Kansas 10 Maine 6i i Massachusetts 16 Michigan qi j Minnesota I r Neb akn S New I Hampshire 4 New Jersey 12 North pennI1Iylvu1la Dakota 4 Utah 3 Vermont 4 iI Washington 5 Wyoming 3 Total I 244 to The doubtful States ar- Coloraio 5 Idahp 3i Mar lat d 8 I Montana 3 New York iy Nevada j West Virginia 7 WUconsin 13 1Total St- Giving j all these doubtful States to the Democrats they would still Sack seven votis necessary to vin But 4 whnt is there to jistlty the belief that any ot these Static will vote theI Democratic ticket Colorado in I elected n Republican justice ot the Supreme Court byn plurality of 7SS6 Idaho elected in ly Z a Republican Governor by 5 NSS and the Legisla tare a Repuljiran by tbirtythiee on joint ballot Maryland in iyo3 elected a Democratic Governor by 12 625i But the Republican pluralities wlreI in iSyfi 322J4 and in IIPU I3y4i The Republicans besides elected inI 1902 four out of six Congressmen The State is therefore very doubtful Montana for Justice of the SuptcmeI Court went in 19 2 Repoli 10486 The Iegialttur is Republi i ran on joint ballot by twentytwo I New York with the sole exception ol the accidentaltlrclion of Alton BII Parker as Chief Justice ol the Court hall not since eltctlolljlPtcshlentlnl Klnleys plurality in 1900 was 143 i ft 6 The Legislature of ihe Kmplre 4 State is Republican on joint ballot by fiftyone Nevada is a Silver State I It elected in ty2H Free Silver Governor by i 743 Wi 1 it vote in iyo4 for a gold standard Presidential can dilate West Virginia has not since 18112 given a Democratic plurality for President or Governor McKinleys plurality of nS 3 in I54 was in creased lo 21 122 ir Ijuv The Legislature of West V vinfa i solidly Repuhiran by a majorityof fotty sax on joint bilot Will West Virginia in 19 4 renounce her record I of ten y1itt ot Republican ltiyi1 ty As fur Wisconsin It is enough to point out tht McKinleys plurality A ot 102612 in uSy6 wrs advanced toi 103650 four years ltcr Gov 11I Follettf correctly descrbd i s a Re publican rrymi may take some votes out oI the Republican column but gains front Democratic ranks will fl Set there Viscop in will at nryy rtte under the ftnHwftderhip United Statf Senators Spnnnur anti Qaarlco rrl main firm in nllegiarce to the party tint I as given it forests fields arms Y fftctoriK nv inires the rtavelopnient which Va 10 abundantlyeinuchetl tilt Sttt I What to clo Until the Doctor Arrives j Ifil ill a sue of colic or cholera Imorbns ire ChanibBrlHiiid Cilio- I I Cholcrn and Diarrhoea Kemwly and Sf JOlt yill have no neoil of u doctor I For side st nil iirngi sIIk r Sftllt04 Net Retort- j fuuI s llImll 010 ritllirr5 111- f will CCB in Franr nnc was twtis in- sfupjtrt I in JIthl antie IIP Kati tor f I Jun 11V71 rrn itl nratrla + CI1tIttr1 with IhfUl Jtr Ti 1 vj i wlaa a I rla r onaw rltew i j Mothers Ear Io WORD m Morimrn Afn MHMM HUKSIHC tt iHfMr AHO irn rug tNTN9 THMt COWf LFONY rtAtIITMN SCOTTS EMULSION I yUPPLIA9 rNl bXTRA TPBNQTH Afa- 1I0trISIIfINT bO NQCAaeaARY PON THe HHALTH or UOTH MOTiiZNANo I CHILD I Send for Irk Nin pli SCOT ti HOW Ii 1 Oitmltti f t I o1CN i5 151 Sirii Nw Vorh I soc and dru t allwugi6tli I r w J A womans prager It ia notable that in the despondency caused by womanly diseases there seems to many a suffering woman no of escape from except at the price of It would fie sad to record sucha story of struggle and suffering ex for the fact tat huuchdIre- distress many a woman has Wayback and bapphjesa the use of Dr Pierces Favor ite Prescription The one and only remedy w- rIlcucorrheR Des J IIor falling of the Ib so abao lately specific and sure in curing theec common ailments of women as to war rant iu maker in offering to pay M they hereby do the sum of fsoo reward for a COM of the above lualadiei which they cannot cure Your TMdtdut almost rJ d me from the yptPlymouthilike brick amt and I bud all ov end such I drugging fcelinx tt seemed I could not do my work One day I found a little book I rod It and wrote to Dr Pierce and in a few dar received nu answer I decided to try womanfsitto 1 the monthly periodand stets 1101111 tbut I would roll on the floor In ogonv nook three bottles of Ur Pwrces Pvurite MripUon and thre- eofo1d Hcdlbal 1tacovtryawl three rials- of Dr Fleree Pleasant Pellets and wu com pletely cured Accept no substitute for Favorite Pre goodDrI AdvisesSeat frY on receipt of stamps to cover expense of only Send 21 onecent stump for the book in lioUndIcontestants tiled very hard to gut SnntoHDtuuont to contradict himself and indulged in hiowheatinp and bullying that would have caused n sensation in the criminal courts ol this city Tell me sir said the lawyer ss stoning a very theatrical attitute Rndj slinking his forefinger vigorously At Santns Dumont was or was not the testator Irthe habit of talking In himself when he was RlontII do not know sir wsn the an serDo not know Yet a most inti mate friend of his Why sir do you not know1I Because Eantos Dumont replied I was never with him when he was aloneThe Inwir thereupon collapsed The pill that will will till the bill 1Without a gripe without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts Little Early Risers are email easy to take easy and gentle in sheet yet they are so certain 111 results that no one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief froUl1 biliousness sick headache torpid ir jaundice divine and all trou I ble arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early Risers are unequaled Silil by Z W yiic Griflin it Bro a 2 Bryans Opinion of Parker rru llrmn V irintv l MiiUimM nl llinln Nsh Jnljr 1 11 j I huve nothing to take hack 1 t ave nothing to withdraw of tin things that I lave said anaiust the methods puisaed to advance his Parker candidacy It WAS a plair and dtlbjrate attempt to deceive tin pitty The New York jUtform was vague and meaningless and purposely HIJ because the advocates ot Judge Parker sere trying to secure t1Tom among the people who have opposed his views line1 they i known them Ifhehadsint ti the Albany convention the telegram that lie sent to the St Louis convention ie wiiuM have had very few i IIstruCtI ed from the South i1C1lUinali0t11Hilt purp sly conceflfi his iition until the detlrgacshad been cirrlled tend Mie niuirntion assured Then hiI friends aUrmpUl to strum JX jtcl pUnk whichtva vrvhtujinjfly j drlenlet in the committee After ih uurty bad rejoiced over the hitlnltlH1 seared by the miRsii n ot tlta qu s tsar aida tear hrh toad eeurtjrt the ioiitatUg rte rijetd hit Vy w op on theiiurjfct at a time htu he jMl 1rt br tilwn from then tiiti Itlut gti iJfniofHl Zitiou Till i nciDimtiwi wasreeurd therefore b clot kd and it1tpuoiJle IUt thorlI i Irmii IlivnnHuitiwIi tlia St loiiiiCiinviii 1iouuIII I tIt ot IMrkorV ilUiuitnli I tint k it is a manly thing for a mar to express his opinion b lfte the convention ndjourns It would have been manlier t o have expressed iIt before the conventinn met It in a manly thing to exprcst his opinion before the delegates net finally upon bfspostloru hut it wqultl lave bien a uiitnifjrWliijjhdHe exprta5tdIhls I opinion before the voters throughout this courtry went to their caucuses and their primaries and sent instruct ed delegates here aSafeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that is done by hoards of health and charitable in clined persons the death rate among small children is very high during I hot weather of the summer months in the large cities There is not proba I lily one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not he cured by the timely use by Chamberlains Colic Cholera tumid Diarrhoei I Remedy Mr Frank Riggs of Frauklinsville N Y in speakingof this remedy said I have found It I expedient to have u supply of Chant berlains Cholic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy on hand It has I been a family safeguard told while especially beneficial to children it isI equally good in adult cases Ircc ommend it cheerfully and without reo servation For sale htill druggists arThe Passion of the Collector The Rev A B Simpeon president of the Christian and Missionary Alli ance recently entertained a missionary from Burmah I addressed a boys school last month the missionary sdd I told the boys everything interring and uplifting that I could think ot bout the Burmese They were ap precintlve and attentive Perhaps I said at the end There are sonic things I have not made clear Are there any questions you would like to ask No one interrogated me then but after the meeting waaoverand intelli gentlooking boy approached timidly I was leaving the platform II would likehe began and then hesitated Go on my lad faid I There if some question you would like to ask I suppostIYes sir sid the boy I want to know it you have any foreign stamps that you could give a fel low1 Chamberlains Colic CholeraI and Diarrhoea This remedy is certin to be needed in almost every home before the sum titer is over It can always be depended upon even in the mast severe and dangerous case It is especially valuable for summer disorders in chil nevernot buy it now It may save your life For sale by all Druggists Advertisement Curse in Japan Japan is ctruinly upto date in the vices as well as the virtues of the West But it comes a something cf a shock to find that the land of the chrysanthemum is suffering from the hoarding and advertisement curse A 1 the mot beautiful spots where tourists travel are rendered unsightly by undecipherable signs and all nong the railway lines and at the rails ay stations ugly hoardings blot out all that is beautiful Some 01 the hoardings range front ten to thir ty feet in height Piles Upon Topof Piles r Piles upon top ot piles of people have the Piles and DeWitta Which I Heel Salve cures theta There are many different kind ot Piles but if you get the genuine and origioual Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DC Witt A Co ot Chicago a cure is certain II A Tisdale ol Summer l tout S Cjnys 1 hut piles 20 years I1IWnync CirirKn mind Bro v Citizen A MagBZinu Tlts byre much puilif corruption and 1 r Ctt xu is sinfr profoundly Some months pay Whitt hit vt you none about i niks the AtUlcmilt vale in R1 in teiv + lnf silence Dut rays the citirehVhf Ive tubsciib d for the Magazine What elpeSN there to rtn in a Prea- ldcltt4 e4tr I When bilious take ChnmberlHinv Stiiiiiich ain LVvi r la bleu For Sale fir Z Wayne nrimll Bro Ilartlord Colors That arc not Easy to See 1 IIVIM Wtat ruiir it Uai 1II ilrLOCO aln upstart 6f wrtj i nturallbay dull nptttual tinta oiubsr Nrry IIrioi1t Thle huH b wn the con cluinn fin i l nlU rv mu and our vbriliant rtrjJS uniforms liav given away for practical campaIgning to khaki and other dull colors Is this a mistake Pofsibly so according to the results obtained in a recen experiments in Kngland It has been found there that masses of dull color are very much more consplciou at a distance than mixtures of br ght tints For instance a battery 01 field artillery whose carriages am caissons were decorated with stripe of red blue and yellow could be made out with difficulty at a thou and yards while other batteries painted a uriform brown or drab were easily seen at great distances It would seem as Iton the same principle a regiment of gajly dressed troop might be less easily visible that one wholly garbed in dull colorec khaki Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cut Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet of still joints But there no need for it Buckleus Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at Z Wayne Griflin tt Bros Druggists Low Rates to Colorado and Utal Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pa cific Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Coirespondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until September 30 return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop over with diverse routes Three last trains dai 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 Real erjoyment is had when read ing that clever magazine The SmArt Set A QuickWitted Indian The late Clement Scott the Eng lish dramatic critic took a profound interest in the American Indian He had at his tongues tip a hundred incidents wherewith to illustrate odd phases ot the Indians character There was a farmer in the Vest I he once said who was hard put toI it for help on his farm were plentiful in the neighborhood but they were poor workmen Al ways fred they would put down the hoe or the rake as soon ai the nus ttrs tack was turned and selecting a ci ol spot they would lie down on the grass and sleep the dac awayBut one morning a very tall roo bust Indian asked the farmer to give hint work No said the white man yon will get tired You Indians are al ways getting tired Oh no1 said the other Thi Irjun never gets tired This Injut not like the KS 4IVell Ill try you said tht farmer and he engaged the wan Ht put him to work in the wheat field then he went away for an hour or two When he returned he iouud the Indian asleep unifier H tree Here wake uv lure he critt You told me you never did qe tired Uah said the ether yawning tills Irjjn tont but it ht not fir ilnwn often he uutlld get tired just the same at the rest of them Mtvs you retd Uiat veryintt estittf uiKii nc The Smart Stt 5 c S TJ 0zZ c E9 1Dellrs theThe Krd Koj llae Always Boiwh of diforniaI Pacific itailwsvthtottghscene C lojarlo an Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice v rtii Cheap round- trip HI r from St Lluta to San Irrfn qijco tt loss AngpltH 3750 account lfnight Templar Coetvr loll SIv ettigt V and Lodge I 00 F5tp ititubct next Lbsial slop overs in rattle CilIMi1flliclrI on sa- lAuilt 15 tit S vT wtr IU lhnftef I October av 94 Two fact trains j wily Pulluian IttpurH chair car and Dining oars Sprtrain per sonnlly conducted to San Fr ncisio Knights TempUr Conclave Stops tn route to sight ate Colorado ate For itinerary of trip dscrlptive liter aufte map foMir + etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room ant N ort 1t BMg Louisville Ky J da 1rcpnralionrorAs SlmHrltirg IheFoof 1dnC UIa I liii4 the Stomachs awl Jowclsof i t I3PcuIe 1 itC3lJaCkerftllt- o I iOpilIJl llG OTICI I u b 1orCoustipapI 1li ncss and i n Ol JLEEI- 1a 5iDula S ntllrc orri l la tR A XL VOHK rI WRAPpeRNACT COPY OF w 1 1 rI The of the Age lloinubp rums completely and nt onto It relieve tUo j nnti of living death etiPta Plka can he l Urrd by n sllrgkuuI uJlcrnUIIII hilt you wuutd rather have Ills without tUe knife IIAltlllS IdSITlVK IllK IT11K will do Miiileouly the htlId rimrinmiilCo I Inc Fur nnlo J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Nlnetynlno of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigestion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but arc the direct result Indi gestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kauble of Nevada 0 says I had stomach troubs and was In a bad state at 1 had heart trouble with It I tool Kodol Dyspepsia Cur for about out tasnthj and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoui strain and the heart of all pressure Bsttlsionly 3100 Slzs hsldlne 2K times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DWITT 00 OHIOAOOt m jEarlyThe famous little pills BEST THE- ROWELS i If yon bavent a reculnr hiathy movement of the bowes every Jay you re luirwill be Kccnyjur bowers open and b0 well Force In the chap ot vloUt physic or roll poison uarccrcim The smoothen ensiett most perfect way of keeping tho bowels clear anti clean Is t taro LifCANDY EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pla nit Palntailo P lit Trace peat Do Goi Xivi r Slik r trk n rr lint pi and 50 ems i rbi Wrl i firfrvc omrU and took i ton In nltll Auirest 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicano New York KEEP YOUR rJV 1 WORMS I j CASTORIAI- I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature I of In j 1 Use For Over Thirljf Years I 1 CASTOiiIAI THE CENTAUR COMUNT NCM YORK CITV or ej i Harris Positive Pile Cure IWI Biggest Seller It a or It by jAil by of Risers FOR Is or BLOOB CLEAN ILLINOIS GENTRRL RIRt BEST OF TRAIN SERVICE With Dining BuffetLibrary Sleep ling and Reclining Chair Cars on trains direct to the WORLDS FAIR Tickets account of the Fair with 110 Days 60 Days December 15 Limit at greatly reduced rate Coach Excursions to St Louis Evcy Tuesfdny and ThrHdny in June at races less than one tare lor the round trip speI cific aes limits and train time o your home ticket apent S U VAN MtTHit Agent IIF Denver Dam Ky T W IMtlii 1 1 A I A J IlorUAlt iI I A Nu AHilAW HAvlMiAM I 11 t dcowtiI n ovWHITES CR AM- a VERIF- c W aAJ GIot O YvIr f11 tt t J We m ted1R1iS074 = 23T aT aROG cY Via1 f- Yrapatwl NYw wr era1S 4 4 p voI For Sale by J NtViiliams Itrtforci Ji I c Allw Om+M 41r ti k+ + f LtieS +4 if ffMACUOQRAi I 4itny puuilt for Irsyuly Pirwi +s are ills ter mu I buF tit unlit s I = h JII to be iu pbsulate call purtl a titre rr tilt t 1lIIale T XJ II tit Asinrl tul ulwi aavire ttcto must ttIItJ of Its alt- ravttlanettrnttvn IHwsre tiHde nly by tAa LITIIIUIJ tlAIII1 t i I tlnrl Eorsuite br JH WILLIAMS rlnrtford Ky + + + + f + ++ a Hartford Republican need by tbu Hartford ltililIi blnRotninny iNronrniuvnn C K HIIrllIcIlCor= Lcrc CJ Ctssb llonS3nooCc 1781 2 Advertising Rates ix M notice 10 fetitx per II lit tlrnt liiMTtloi i Ifo fvo cents each 11III1t Insertion VqCny net IlIr Inch 1 ln rfloti I i IllMTtlnllx OIllIlhIHa IN Mfjilny si t prr Inch a iiumth + t 1 7i- IS s f Hjrtny rlprtrotviiii pif lMb 8 innntli + 7 11 k Obituary and MiMiiorjr until + run ivnt II won i I rtll oTr IWi wnnia+ h iiiiiRt 111111111 I l1rlllt or tin nrtlrl will ln rot lmvn ti- M niinlreil limit All olltinirv jioetry out jTt u word Cai+ h W lf1llll IrllltlllK fKlii ill llli t to 1I Ht i e exerdinglv1uw FRIDAY JULY 29 REPUBLICAN TICKET Volt 11t1I I THEODORE ROOSEVELT OF NIV yolK run vn T rursiuiXT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS uf IIU Nt ANNOUNCEMENT rim IAUIK- V l ore niitliorlrtil to iiiiiiniincc AMIS rfMTOV IIH n rnnilliliiti fur tIP otlliv of fuller i tdr onntr itulijvrt t tin notion of QIr le tulijufjn party EsrocKAT might hope more from their faithful promises if they were cuf M closely linked with apologies Jxic their past record FROM Russian reports the Jftpi tIthE outnumbered the Czars soldier Is every engagement hut they have lot yet been able to outrun them THE recent Democratic Conven 7 f4ion served the purpose of showing tttuit Democrats never accept Kepub Skan principals until they are about tight years old JUDGE PARKER practically wrote bc financial plank in the Democrat platibrm It is now up to million ice Davis to revise the trust plank to suit his fancy Lo eecure the votes of an intelli rent electorate the Republican part paints with pride to the things it has tiane Democrats tell what they vill do if they get iuto power fr DHVELOPBS that the Democratic wdi ate tor the Vice Presidency leas a railroad man for several years Tie voters will name the station wlicrc be will get on in November PAUKEU declared he voted for Bryan and free silver twice notwithstand ing the fact that he has been all the rime in favor ot the gold standard Vhat striking evidence of partisan ieception AN exchange puts it like this oatSomewhere between 190 aad 1904a financial plunk Finder zjtu keep it as we have decided to get along without it Signed The Dem v icratic Party THE last step for a fair trial has seen taken by attorneys representing Times Howard His case will go to the SLtttted States Supreme court on ai wrtit of error granted by Judge Bur nutn of the Kentucky Court ot Ap lute WHEN the guld standard was adop- teel by an act of Congress in 1897 the Democratic party declared it the serais oi the century They are now waning a candidate who indorses the ccwae and asks that be be adjudged 5jutlty as an accessory after the fact i fer bis speacb accepting the nomi- nAtion fur the Presidency President Honsflvelt said We who have been entrusted with power as public ser rants during the past seven years star come before the people content to Ue judged by our record of achieve L itent Mite CARRIE NATIosa experience r JIL Kentucky no doubt convinced her Sfijtt there are thiugd for which Ken I t rinnH will nut ntand When a ve tuckian without any act of pruvu cxriou is slapped in the face even by 1 woman somethin is likely to I hrppen I ir4he meeting ot the Republican I IState Central committee in Louisville tbe latter part of last week the follow ing campaign committee was named R P Ernst Covington Chairman Thomas L Walker Lexington Sec retnry John Marshal Louisville Treasurer George W Long Leitcb field C C Mengel Louisville J C Wool Mt Sterling and Samuel J Roberts Lexington From the per sonnel of the commitee we feel surei that the calnpnign this fall will be ttI aggressive one Headquarters will be maintained Louisville Hartford Herald of this week 1TilE an editoral which contain words of wisdom fitly spoke l Thus No compromise with his honor It continues its fervor and force frou- first to last and before you are hardl aware you are in the midst of a strikiiij climax Here are the points in tin item from which you maycan must might could would or should catch the illealiThe theory of bimetallism has lost none of its soundness or philosophIIBimetallists are not yet ready to have their priu ciplea immolated upon the alter ot goldliThe money question i not pertinent nowIIThere will be no stultification of political principle on the part of the Bryan followers There is no stultification in voting for Parker and Davis ITilE law making it an offense pun ishable by fine and imprisonment to carry a concealed deadly weapon is violated with more impunity perhaps than any other law embraced in the Kentucky statutes Boys from the nge of twelve to seventeen years vio late the law oftener than do men o t more mature years but as a general proposition their violation of the law amounts to little as they seldom hurt themselves or anyone else with the pistol their most coveted weapon but when theIIg1111 the knife and various other deadly weapons are found concealed on a man of mature developments a tough on whose person theyare usually found nine times out of ten that individual would do hurt or harm with them if a favor able opportunity ii afforded him A more rigid enforcement of the law by imposing the full extent of punishment when an individual has been found guilty will materially lessen the tendency of the tough class to in vale society with pistols knives and other deadly weapons in their pockets and a little paternal foresight j would do much to keep the boys fro unthoughtedly and sometimes un knowingly violating the law prohibiting the carrying ot concealed deadly weapons I BEDA July 28 Rev Cantrill filled his regular appointment at Shinkle Chapel SundayMesdames Crawford and Taylor of Nashville Tenn were the guests of their aunt Mrs S A Bennett Fri day Miss Ora Patton Owensboro has been the guest of Mrs Rupert Ben 0nett for the pat week Mrs Sally Bennett is visiting Mrs L B Tichenor this week Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose will leave for Yelvlngton Friday to attend tae camp meeting in progress at that pl ice Miss Irene Bryant Jwenaboro vis- Ited little Miss Lora Dodson Friday and Saturday Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer attended the institute last Wednesday at HartfordMr Bennett is 111 at this writing Health generally In our community is goodMrs Warren Mills felt trams ver anda at her home last week and was severely Injured Dr and Mrs J D Stewart went to Hartlor Monday Miss Alice Webb who has been In Champaign 111 for some months IsI the guest of her mother near here Mr David Lake Render is visit Ing relatives near here Messrs Roy Her and Owen GQtUnI Beaver Dam were in our town Sunday Quite a number of our young people spent several hours very pleas early at the home of Mr and Mrs B Tichenor Saturday evening The fall school at this place wilt be opened Monday and will be in charge if Prof A E Ellis Messrs Porter and Hocker sear Hartford visited the family of Mr JR Tirh nor S1tu18Ynllbt and S if unoa PIKE TO BE BUILT Contract Agreed UponWork to Begin First of August The much talked of pike road froI Hartford to Beaver Dam Is now a certainty The contract for the con structlon of the road has been awarded companyoir Rockport Indiana and bound lor the completion of the work by early fat has been given by the company j It is understood that the work oj construction will begin next week at Hartford and will be pushed tc completion as quickly as labor and 1skill can do it The rousts and town committees have spared nc time or effort to place the work ol construction with responsible Individ uals who know how to build such I roads and their success in so doln g is to be congratulated Biennial Encampment Knigbts of Pythias Louisville Ky On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam at rate of 3 4 t Tickets 01 I sale Aug i2th to isth limited to Aug 3 ist for returnIS B VAN METER Agt GENERAL INTELLIGENCE The drawing fcr the distribution ot f lauds In the Rosebud Reservation I South Dakota took place esterda at Chamber ain More than ir6 oo people had registered and only about 2 400 tracts of laud were distributed Sundays battle of Ta Tche Kiao is RUslslansThe Japanese firing line extended fifteen miles There are conflicting reports as to the evacuation ol New Chwang the military authorities nt St Petersburg caiming to have no official confirmation of itIThe Japanese forces have occupied New Chwang and the Russians have retreated to Hla Cheng Unconfirm ed reports of fighting in the vicinity ot Liao Yang and Mukden were sent out Tuesday but there was aotbingI official that tended Ito The military authorities at St Peters burg assert that the retirement of the Russian tetras is not regarded as ma terlally changing the situation J Walter Bell of Louisville an nounces that be has secured the backing of Eastern capitalists to es tablish a system of cotton warehous conm cern will be capital zed at f i 000000 ind will issue negotiate receipts lor- all cotton stored thereby giving increased i staMily to the cotton nirk et it is claimed Ijohn J Ryan alleged operator ot a quick race concern was ar rested at the Brighton Beach race track under four Indictments by the St Louis grand jury charging lar ceny in the sum of 800000 and em bezzlement He had been previously indicted in St Louis but the Indictments were thrown out on techni calitiesJudge Pailc r his declined the Invi tation of Mayor Harrison to attend the proposed big Democratic rally in ChicagoAttorneys W M Smith and James A Scott representing James Howard and Attorney Gaaeral Hays and Ben G Williams representing the Commonwealth appeared before Chief Justice Burnam last Saturday and the latter granted and signed a writ ol error to the Supreme Court of the United States in the James Hoard case This is the final step to wards having the Supreme Court de cide whether that body will take jur isdiction of the appeal oc not and say whether a Federal question is involv ed Messrs Hays and Williams OB behalf ot the Commonwealth entered a formal objection to each of the grounds alleged in the application for the writ of error One of the chief grounds relieved on is the code pro vision that the defendant had a right to be present at each step taken in the case The writ is applied for on other constitutional grounds which have been brought out in the several trials A Seven Hills Chatauqua Owens boro Ky For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold trom Beaver Dam to Owensboro Aug 3rd to Aug iSth at rate of 195 limited to Aug 19th for return Also will sell Aug 5th 7th 11th and iSth with limit of one day from tae ofsalsat rate of iS for round trip SKt VAN MITER Iwin Practice His Own Case an unusual incident occurred at the office of Circuit Clerk E G Barrass Wednesday J W Keown who has been engaged in litigation at various times for several year walk ed into the office threw down a docu meat trade up ol four pages ol c1c sly written legal cao paper and directed that the clerk file his lawsuit He said that he had prepared his petition himself and proposed to practice his case After some hesitancy the clerk filed the paper which Mr Keown denominated his petition and issued summons for the defendants J T Smith and others There was noth else left for the clerk to do In theling for the law gives anyone the right to practice his own law suit We examined the petition and found that it contained sdme Interesting- statements and very fair composition but few if any ol the alligations are lards if properly stated sufficient to constitute a cause ol action 5 Benton Ilartor Mich anj Return 5 Via Big Four Route Train leaves Seventh St depot MondayAugust Sh a S oclock a tu Get tickets at City Ticket office 259 4th Ave and at depot- S j GATES Genl Agt A Mammoth Institution andoBowling Green Ky is enjoying unprecedented prosperity Twelve hun dred boarding students atended this institution last year and the pros pect for the approaching scholastic year is vary flattering We have much pleasure in calling the atten tion of our readers to the advertise npIinformation concerning the institu tion should write President H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Subscribe for THE REITHIICAN =1The family of President Roosevelt literary talent besides his own Maude Roosevelt his coudn contributes a novelett callel Social Logic to the August number ot Lip plicotts magazine which substanti ates the talent of her race It is a- tale of somewhat sordid life wellbred women have to lead In a New York boardinghouse but the heroine of Miss Roosevelts story emerges through many thrilling social adven tures to the lt for which nature planned hera happy marriage FOR SALEAn unlim itcd Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican License to Wed The following permits to wed haveI been granted by County Clerk M S RagUnd since our last report Rastus Myers Point Pleasant to alma Eves South Carrollton Wm H Tabor Nuckols to Mary J Davis HtEIIi John Leathern Tar Fork to Adah Johnson Trisler Park Daugh erty Arnold to Artelie White Arnold Henry A Owen Oaton to Rena Cannon Olaton COORRDdHenry Barrett Hartford to Florence Helm Hartford We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bowling Green Business College If you are going to school call on or address the Republican for Scholarship j Popular People Wed Ceralvo July 26On the evening of the 29th of June Mr W S Hill and Miss Eddie Everly were secretly married at the home of of Mr W E Morton of this place It became evident some time ago that their hearts were beating responsively hut few people thought of the happy event that was soon to occdr The time through which the little ro mance was planned to exist having expired they on the 25th of July apprised their friends and relatives of their roartafje which had bten sol mnl74d nearly a month f Tbe groom id one of Ohio countys young teachers a noblecbrls lan gentleman and ol more than ordinary qualifications having attended sever al sefsions ol West Kentucky Seminary and later at Hartlnrd Colleui from which he urnduated in iyV The bride Is the youngest Haughter of Doctor and Mrs J 111 Ivverly She Is unusually beautiful and posessc rare social and literary attainments They have not completed their plans for the future but in all proba bility thy will maki their home at Cent ltoVU where Mr Hill will teAch this tall as principal of the Center town school aSome Timely Thoughts Culled ttoiu the Presidents digni fied statement to the pub He when notified of his nomination at Oyster Bay Wednesday- A patty is of worth only Insofar tiS it promotes the national Interest In the years that have gone we have made the deed square witfi the word The Democratic present attitudein the light ol the last eight years is that same were mistaken and others insincereWe not constrained to silent on any question our policy IsII continuous and the s cue for all tions and localities Onr opponents ask the people to trust their present promises because they intend to treat their past prowl sell as null and votd Never has the administration otI this Government been on a cleaner and bight r level So long fs the Republican patty is in power the gold standard Is settled on a h Isis of rational morality and wisdom and not AS a matter of tem porary political expcrlenctiWages are higher than ever befote and the country has attained n height ot material wellbeing never before reached tqljuttcewhether a man Is rich or pOOl paving no heed to his race his creed or birthplaceThe hisI Canal is being built by the United States GovernmentAnd- th construction is now an assured tact We are governing the Phllipines in the interest of the Philippine penpl They are being given a large share in their government Get Rid of ScrofulaBun- ches eruptions Inflammations soref ness of the eyelids and ears diseases bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some of the troubles it causes I It Is a very active evil making havoc of the whole systemII Eradicates It cures all Its manifestations and builds up the whole stewjAccept no substitute We I Daily Tourist Sleepers TO OALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route updates PullwmAn Tourist sledpfiM St Louts to rlalIFort Worth and Kl Paso The 111 al j Route to California just schedule i Cheap Colonist ntts in effect ally tllICalifornia and the West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leas St Louis evervI Thursday o u in from KHMHHS City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 631 p m going via Pueblo P R G System through Glen lIfIIl- i Springs Salt Like City to Ogden etc Home seeker arid Colonist rues tovuious paints in the Wot Hid Southwest every first aid third TUSK 4 days each month For map l Ir I coniR T G MATTHKWS T P A 311 Norton BIJg- Louisville 1 IRoum Ky 1 rs- r I ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY I IINCOIirolUTKIl 1 I Talk being cheap kind necessity i you should patronize home folk 1 where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole fount and business points generally by only paying a reasonable tent to the Rough River Telephone Company ur- they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu tars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Kyh1 1 5 BIG FOUR J ITJlI IIHST LIM TO r i I I IndianapolisPeoria I I IIcago I I IA and Michigan I Cleveland jj Buffalo l New York f IIBoston 4 I i IInformation I itlhetlon application at City T A Ticket ollice tI Big Four RouteINo 2rJI 4th Ave or I toI i IGeulI Louisville Ky I 1 1 111111C AreIIIf NO tJThe only people in business but we are the only people offering such excellent values in seaaonable goods You are to be the judge Hows tins Mens and VowtHs Pants that sold for 150 now 300 er r r tr 350I 250 rr Ir rr n 250II 175 H II 200II 125 t a rr a 150II 100 rr rr II II 125 75 Summer Suits Straw Hats and Slippers all to goat ireduced 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 best YotxrtTruly The Brown Mercantile Co I INC011- 1OlttTn1YOHENRY KY S r t II Special SaleOF EndswOf Our Spring Stock We want to make a clean swoop of our entire stock of Summer Merchandise In orker to Iice have placuc ou sale those Specials at a profit sacrifice Special No1 r Ton doon Indies fastblack seamless Hose in plain or lace stripe A ready yeller at Inc Our Special price this week I0c Special No2 Ladies Colored Silk Umbrellas in Mod Blue and J reel Changeable pure silk in quality warranted not to fade Never sold for loss than to UiO Hir Specirl prioothis week 2- lSpecial No 3 nc lot short lengths in Sea Island Pelldln in ches wido all colors These Olldare sold everywhere M at I 2Jc Our Special price tochvse the lot is Tic Special No4 Ladies llot old stock but new anti stvlish Millinery They must go at a great loss to us Price Ill object Move out and move quickly i the motto Memember that besides these specials you will find our house full of tempting bargains Prices from 10 to 25 per cent lower than you are in the habit of pay log elsewhere 4 Ir 1l e XV itIT Hartford Republican Cheap Millinery goods at- CARSON Co u FRIDAY JlLY11Shool orders taken for tueicandise at CARSON Co Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table North Bniinil Month Bonnet No 132 dun 01nra No 131 ilnMItai nui No 102 duo lu7i in No 101 tine 2H p I- UiollluII 1230 pm No 131 due Vjl to 1lresh fish at City Restaurant John T Renfrow Horse Branch called to see us Monday Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat L H Condit Matanzas called to see us while in town Monday For Boys Clothing see our line ECONOMY STORE Watt Taylor Matanzas called to see us while in town Tuts lay Latest styles in Low Cut Shoes at SAM BACHS IC G Klmbly Ceralvo called to J I see us while in town Tuesday City Restaurants Ice Croam Is simply fine Try it W S Samuels Westerficld called at this office Wednesday City Restaurantmost uptodate place in Hartford Call and seeIWANTKD 20 gallons blackberries can at THE REPUBLICAN office S J Tichenor McHenry called to See us Wednes lay INew lot of boys andchtldrlri SlIltt r recelvePang just 1 r ECONOMY STORE fAj it v Rowan Holbrook weal to Louisville Tuesday and returned yesterday Frank KlrUey Fairest called at TilE REPUBLICAN office Wednesday- j Look on Fairs remnant counter for bargains Sure to find something you useWANTEDChickens Eggs black I berries Feathers andWoolCARSON Co IA B Tichenor Matanzas was a i pleasant caller at this office TUes- dayI j Houston Liles Smiths Grove War ren county made us a pleasant call I TuesdayMiss Lummle Coots visited Mis es Mary and Willie Smith the first of I the week For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurant Alex Carson Louisville is visit ing his Uncle Alex Carson of the Heflin neighborhood We buy Ginseng and herbs THE BROWN MERCANTILE CO- RenderI Ky One lot of Ladies Corsets former price soc to roo sizes 19 to 25 choice now of lot 250 at Fairs Commonwealths Attorney B DI Ringo returned Irom Haweavllle Sat urday where he had been attending the Hancock Circuit court I A tent meeting will begin at Reav er Dam next Monday night August iqt vPH Davis lP assisted Irftneprorracted nfeetin at the Hartford l e I c r wtutcr- w11I r do tuepreacuLng I I W S Dean Dundee made us a pleasant call yesterday T H Faught Owensboro called at Tin REPUBLICAN office Tuesday J T Wedding and T J Crowe Adaburg called to see us yesterday Leave your Laundry at Cleve Iters grocery Work guaianteed Prompt delivery 46tf W D Moore Nashville Tenn Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W H Moore New Belts Belt Buckles and Clasps and many other novelties just receiv ed at the Economy Dry Goods Store A complete line 01 Hamilton Brown ladies and gents Slippers just re ceived SAM BACH C R Smith and wife visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs E W Smith Ceralvo the latter part of last weekOne lot of unlnundred White Shirts open back sizes 16 16J 17 7i and t8the regular i quality choice 25C at Fairs Mr A C Taylor and family will leave today for Dawson Mr Taylor will return to morrow but Mrs Tay lor will remain for several days Only rg fairs ol those ladies fine shoes left at Fairs Remember the former price was 2 50 choice now 5c Slz s ss and 3 yt only Mrs ThoniHs Fowler lelt Wednesday fur her home at Gulfport Miss after a few weeks visit to Motives and friends here Mrs Dee Barnes of Beaver Dam and Miss Imv Bennett of Beda were the guests of Mrs Barnes aunt Mrs T M Taylor Thursday Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner up states Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf The brick work on A C Taylors new undertakers building has been completed and the carpenters are rapidly completing the structure Rev Jo B Rogers Springfield III who has been visiting in and near I Hartford for the past several days returned I to his home the first of the week Cash paid for life insurance policies in old line companies or substantial loans will be made thereon- R E LEE SlMMERMAN Hartford Ky Any ol our readers who may attend the St Louis Worlds Fair will find TIlE REPUBLICAN at the Kentucky building filed with the other Fourth District newspapers SAWING WANTED Capacity of Mill 10000 fee per day Satisfac tion guaranteed Address- M G WILSON 5114 Rosine Ky The program ot the great Ohio County Fair which is being made by the Republican job department Is nearing completion They will be ready for distribution within a few daysWe have greatly readuced the prices on our entire line ot Oxfords for men and ladies also have made a big cut on all our goods This is your chance to get Dress Goods end Oxlords for a small sum CARSON Co Bargains In clothing at the Econo my Store Bee them 3 qo and 4Q suits at 2 45 500 suits at X345 650 suits at 395 7 5 suits at 5 45 8 50 suits at Is 95 10 and 12 50 snits at 745 It will pay you to see these suits before the beat are picked oversplended values 1 here will be a special service at the Methodist church in Hartford on Sunday July 3ut at 10 a m for the older people of the town and vi cinity All young people are also invited This service is to be inter denominational All come prepared to take a part In the service Rev E M Crowe has been invited by the pastor to conduct the service Mrs Belle Tabor was seriously hurt here in Hartford last Saturday by the running away of the team which she was driving The team which MrsTa bor was driving became frightened as she trtid down the slops rn Union street ne4r the Hocker property and dashed down the street to the corner at the Harttort House Here the team turned short and the buggy pole was run Against a tree which threw Mrs Tabor violently from the buggy to the pavement which rendered her unconscious She Iutalneda frac ure ofthehlp and arm Andother leirserlous IrjirUs At last rrpoits she watt recovering t Em DeeRockport was In town the first of the week T J Everly Matanzas called to see us yesterday Mr Jess French Prentls is visiting Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin Mr Vernon Echols called to see us while in town yesterday Col C M Barnett spent a few days in the city the first of the week G W Rowe Centertown called at TILE REPUBLICAN office yesterday Ex Sheriff S T Stevens left yester day to attend the Madisonville fair L L Stewart Superintendant of the Echols coal mines made us a call yesterdayMrs L P Cox Owcnsboro Is the guest of her daughter Mrs 11 J L Heavrin Postmaster Wood Tiniiley is slow ly improving and will be able to be out again in a week or two Mr John T Moore has purchased the D M Hocker property on Union street consideration 1375 Mr Hocker will make his permanent home at Corbin Ky Miss Lillie May Austin filed suit in the Ohio Circuit court here Tuesday against her brotherinlaw John Will Taylor praying 1000 damage She alleges that he struck her in the forehead with a brick inflicting a painful r wound Hubert Baker who was arrested at Rockporl the latter partof last week chargedwith carylng a concealed weapon towit a pistol was tried be forejudge Miller Saturday and was fined 25 00 and sentenced to ten days In jail When the officer at tempted to arrest Baker he resisted and quite a combat between him and the officer occurred in which Baker struck the officer with a pair of brass knuckles and shot at him with a 38 caliber long barrel pistol He was at last overcome and brought to Hart ford and lodged in jail Later a charge of shooting with intent to kill was preferred against him He was arranged for examining trial yester day but he waived examination and was held to await the action of the November grand jury The last charge against Baker is a peniten tiary offense and if he is proven guilty he will get a term Killing at Echols negrofestivalWilliam Murphy in the left shoulder Murphylived poisoningThefour shot Murphy lived at Rok port but worked in the machine shop at Echols Porter made his escape apprehendedIttirely unprovoked I VShe UptoDate b qtr r I Storecq IRWe can interest you with the newest b 9 which the market offers at this seabsM Ij son of the year showing Notions and Fur M nishings that were not out at an earlier sea H = son These goods are now arriving and are j t 41 uptodate and can be had only of upto J4 date people See our new things in Dress jj 49 Goods Ladies Belts and Hair Ornaments tlr all just out Wrist Bags Ladies Collars La i4 dies Gloves Laces and Inserting are a few i = of the new things we are showing jt 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 Milinery Bargains- Our most successful season is now 4 nearing a close remarkable for its 44 greatly increased sales and general Dress Goods Best 5c Factory 5c Heavy Suspenders Big Handkerchiefs and Childrens Hose5cp- od Top Suit satisfaction but fromPour and well selected stock i been tIM ed we are showing styles and tIF Visit this department band secure usual reduction season demands bit M b Other Specials b Our line of Dress is jjj yet very comprising al i most as many patteans and styles as bit itheer priced fabrics you will find at no a line than we are show iint i F S TICHENOR McHenry 1 ir oriro Y irYiY YrY r t 11 July Clearance Sale1 10 Black Clay Suits at 250 Sizes to 42 Ip 10 All Wool Suits Regular Goods at All sizes r 12 Youths Suits Black Clay Worsted at 235 Sizes 14 to 19 te 25 pairs All Wool Pants 125 pI Calico Cotton IiBleach Cotton iCc a Bedticking15c 3 pairs 2c 6 25c Ladies Shirts IfOne Underwear 45c large which has constantlyreplenish good great values the the Wash Goods complete Worsted 35 700 495 25c Shoes25 pairs Hamilton Brown Fine Shoes at 31 25- Heavy 4Work Shoes 100 4Ladies Shoes 125 II usIuallystore at prices as cheap as the cheap est Dont fail to attend this sale for 4it means a saving to your pocketbook IIa Y SAM BACH Hartford Y I 1 rioiZIN TilE SUBURBS J 1 I NtthHtIt1 +H xt isnt because I am tired of nt fit that I want to live in the sub yzsSxsr but the doctor 5fiS we both OTtiT change conciUled Mrs Perry iTixurne who wns nuking her first jii for country IitIHI oh- 1LTCy I know of such u demur co- tasp one of a row lies Snioad has OJKJ in the same row and she told- arle about ours It is the southwest 53TTter house while hers is tilt djonlhcast Isnt it strange Perry iai I have never boon introduced ttr Mr Sinead I wouldnt believe tfcire was any such person if 1 had riai scon him- rXothing strange about it giuvlcd ferry in what his wife cfiSed his bulldog voice I sup iprov you want to know him because me Inns the reputation of being a XuSr killer Terry I am told by fellows we both feaw that ho prides himself on his t4eL Ityo r a 3 week later both families were f 6ifi led in the row which frontal a stet and a railroad track andwag tejaidistant front two depots Hr Smcad did not take as kindly lotho change as Perry Thorne did irai ho told his wife thoughtlessly fiiiit one good feature of suburban 15J was having the Thorncs for wttfhborsVhoro have you ever met Mrs 2k me asked his wife suspicious J Dont know her from Adnmmy- i3urr but isnt she your friend and Ijorcnt I heard her praises sung tl1IItf since we were marrilllIllnr We have a calling m1 qwdutance and now that we are toI Jbc neighbors I suppose you will rrurt But you are so susceptible nandshe is FO giddy 1 just know you I Rset people talking 1 treat Caesar Laura You give lair best friend a great sendoff I ifceptiblc nudshe giddy W- estm be made for each other Mrs Smead tanked volume iwu handsome husband but wh atI F ybc man who does not enjoy TSK a bone of contention among his Ttimen folk and if mead hl1l1n Jrialnn1 particular virtue it was Litat being good natured Jlrx Smoad like the woman of JBK ny lid two serins machine anal tlellslIIell4rI miis slie drew the j ldir null if jiooplu wanted to call j wa yeltlsh dies might Fortified b tlia Jaw she ivinod the southwest otgc n 1 p a I I rat thronJ of people was liar a homeward and all bore tho jpy bur ens of Saturday ili htIr hoes for the feet of the thin Jell a new bonnet for j htr tJc Sunday dinner nnd j g tliLai Perry Thome awl apbeendlunint a j Fltteming to the salue train j tit to their suburban homos sir first Sabbath of rest They oth ritM to tho oars with piipi1 IlUlcnges and hid just i rvike tie trout after pur i llKir commutation tickets eat loping through t lie gates Odlubulhull style anti t4 jut as the trainnurvel then Ferry how Il in It t snttidI aIm c the roar twin Jjt1 jv Tlny dinner ndII t4i tick t MM Iuitl Ill- tr t 1 Igar 1 ill i i II- i I r 1rl 1 If n I Ii i ft30 train but tho train had come and gone and instead of the hnnd some well groomed Mr Smead a frantic woman her neighbor Mrs Thorne rushed into her cottage gaspedrOh Oh- Uraught whom asked the tnrs tided woman Then seeing that her distracted visitor was very near fainting she collected restoratives anti brought heel Mrs Thomes scattered wits Maud explained as soon as she lookingtwnnn ur anda convict ns well by the cut of his gorierhad feloniously entered her houso a moment before she curate and walking into her library had Been locked wifely i therein by herself The windows are nailed down I have been waiting for Perry to open them so he cannot escape tJmt way she concluded 1 expected Amos on the last train 1 dont see what is keeping him said Mrs Smead but he has not come yet- Xoither has Perry but perhaps theywill come together Isnt it dreadful I darent go hack with that man in the house I know by his looks he is a murderer Our girl hasnt come could Im all alone Oh if Mr Smead were only here 1 guess Ill do just as wellthlI 1IrecI will take our revolver mud you can bring the stove lifter and wo will interview him through the door v Jut what ood will that do He nay shoot first lome en snit Mrs Smead con temptuously She was only u young matron herself but sho was not go hug to Ill ignomiuioiisly routed by a ono man army and she led the WilY to her neighbors cottage No other people lived in the row so they had all the fun to themselves at that identical moment the Inuttrain sometimes called the husbands train so alfnyof them wont out to spend the weeks inter atItheThorne with his double load of packages Love in sight Both wo himIemn da A man said both women at once SmcadIIwould like to Smcad Iox pected him on this train j I havent soon him Who is the I man A burglar and hes locked upI in the library Dont you think j was brave akcd lfmuil who now that her husband hind conic felt j that she might pose as a heroine Uurglars already Ha this is a i diversion lice mo the key Maud I Ill take your revolver Mrs Smoad Now ladies stain aside and Perry made n valiant rush for the library i door which he unlocked mutt threw open at the same time prcsontim arms according to the best manual practice Dont shoot cried a familiar voice that trembled not with fern but merriment as Mr niad step ped smilingly forward and bowed low to Maud r am Mr Thornos captive lie said j What docs this mirn cried Perry his fact ilaniin Yes what low it mean ce innniVd ir Smead in the mortFur cd yyliuMes of the divorce court means explained Mr Smead that my wife has not yet kiirne to IIUAJ the utss She gave lilt oat hwon and your wife loikci me up in a votn that hns no ventila tion aiul undor a crijiHiol ban Rut I for ive her lv atdlll with rii ii trtet1VhOIt 3lnids eheek iT red with embjrrassnuW nn1 Suoful said t IInme After tli 1 wilt i the train andsie tint u t into the wron IOVL 1 t ie mo Mr nieidnil cat Oltlwhile Perry gur di 1 iiiou ijja Icvtr 1 k 0 j I hi u con I j 1 l 1 i i I t ttoj 111Jl kr r F t Pitl cm ih lame is tin In f fxpr mi laic loCon in t ov1 I asL e J iun ig athie j i s ir 1e hy hero int any frocture that he cant get iI yet jMrfoctly r thut tll vtnurmur + d the imin 1 4tl iH hit p lt1jW nJofJittli bt h1 od at Httillir u ogg t rdgo iCHINESE EMBROIDERY I Resplendent With Pearls Coral Beady and Gold Thread Puta is the name given to a richly embroidered square of silk worn as a badge on the breast and back of dark coloreda pelisse byciv il and military oiiicinls of China ivs well as by their wives livery square embroidered putx being indica tin of rank belongs to either the civil or military order the two great social categories of the Chinese cm piro In tIll former naming theta in proper order a stork gold plicae j ant wild goose erotic silver plica ant egret partridge quail and blue jay are exclusively depicted mostly standing upon a rock in the midst of waves and looking toward the sun Each of these symbols is con j lined to one of the nine grades of the upper ten In the second divi sion quadrupeds alone are allowed They include in proper rotation the chilin or unicorn lion leopard tiger bear and tiger cat The coloring is also sj vitietl the strict sumptuary laws of the A beautiful specimenlOlllItryI broidery recently on don was about the size of a large meat plate and was resplendent with pearl coral beads and gout thread It displayed a stork wrought with seed pearls of a good size and Hying toward a fiery wafer in coralsttlulIlI lug for the sun Nocks or waves deftly simulated by a few streaks of gold thlladIIllllIunllin stitches in floss silk occupied the background while on the tirimlikc border between p doiible Ii of gold passing couched with rvd silk j were arranged in a circle pearl bats tortoises mutt other symbol of lon gevity brightened up with coral eye riveted on the sun No fewer than 441010 bored pearls wire nscd in this rare sample intended for a mandarins robe Clouds and running water con stantly ajijKar on the embroidered rotes of the grandees of the far east The way these mysterious waves are made to run ht or across helps to tell approximately j the date of the work ApjKirent trifles are of the highest importance The director general of tlie Yellow river for instance couldnot don at random u robe caring an outburst i of water escaping froth a breach above the level of the surrounding country It would be considered by the superstitious a bad omen or a warning against a want of power in the officer to control the most ungovernable river of the em pire lie is therefore bound to dis i playon his garments calm limpid water made to glide horixontally t Queer Blunders Years ago time lritish parliament passed a hill for the rebuilding of a jail ut Chelmsford It was decreed that the should be con fined to the old jailwhile tie new one was building The new ono however was to be contructed from the mrterials of the ilil one Jn the ivign of King William IV u statute was passed ihtin r the punish ment ill fowtoon year tran jtorta tion for a particular otleiue It added Tpon com tion onohalf thereof shall 20 to rio king and ouchalf to tIle informer Just I why tle king shot be transported for half tbe term tle peron who drew the act fund it impossible to explain sine he had merely nude a ludicrous blunder Saw the Moon Go Round There is a litti bov at ntr place aid the thin + ounomini shaking the 1 i Pllrt r has egg a ltvc luroJIi that wo call J l111 i Johnny had beer told that the moon roes around the e nh and time oth tr lujiht he wa out making nstro nomird 4ttonation Pretty soon the liitie felii w caM running in riul r ust i Ii iMiimmn I av the moon going round the roriu Hid you dears- less i aw it nn up tmiWI cloiuli And wllcli wcy v mid it I S l rIi rin t vnrd tWJnil i I iitt a I Waite r Imell Op1 it1torics- I 1 fIrn u- e I C it rvijr r I ii L l Acl ali C 011rnti 1 to 7t qrac tltc t1 l ti5f lwn 1 ick rlt nr hf TI hp hud i hj roid iil J itIIiIt t cIoji- n I Ii i tlCIi it 3 dj If tUokT t llt IjJnnfn t aleep- wee npning awtrke a white Inured paralytic sayJoLkleyfel low was a bell boy in a hotel and the white haired paralytic was a lCt Philadelphia Press The Maid and tho Bell The maid had just come over from Ireland mutta Brooklyn wont an engaged her A bell hung in the girl i room and the morning after her arrival her mistress rang this 1 Kill to get her up tiethoughRally therefore tho mistress arose iJllIgown she hastened to the new orv 1Ut ro un- There wido awake the maid lay laughing at the top of her lungs What on earth are you laughing at Nora said the mistress answeredjas I live I luivent touched it an just taaits vagglin yetNew York Tritmno IOplnons Change prOUtiyouth you hear the sweet prwious darling cry liii littla eyes out lost night Proud Young luthter1 thought I hoard our angel twitter Second Baby Albert you unfeeling Iwretch To hear that child screech ing all night and never otter to take him Ho Lot time little demon howl I London Chronicle In His Fathers Footsteps- Not long ago some friends meeting by chances on a train vtr asklrp about various members of the famIly of District Attorney Jerome ol New York when one of them said How nlnut that boy of yours He now must be quite a big Irllow Is he beginning to show any of the chaiac teristics which have made hs lather so famouh- Mr Jerome laughed I guts hes going to be a chip of the parents block he replied The other day I cvrhearrt him talking with some youthful pals under my win dow and what tin you think lie tie ctined to play tag unless he could be It the while time A Very Close Call III stuck to my engine although eyed joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington IowaII Iwas weak and pule without any appetite and all run down Aa Ileas about to Live up I got a bottle of Electric Hitter and after taking it I feltliS well as 1 ever lid in my life Weak Sicklyrum mown people always gain new life strength mud vigor from their- tire Try them Statsfacttun guar anteed bvX Vayne Griffin it Bro Trice i0 cents The Worlds Fair When a g1l1loegiiis to think alout R man as sometimes more than a friend shf won be awfully surprised to know how long the other lrli have known it livery girl has queer melincholy feelings something that make her think that she would be a heroine of romance it thor pMthcr could only see her HotstThe mean whose rife prefers a Itt and r kye tertier to home am a baby j must wonder where the value re ccivfcd part of the cnta t comes in for him S 1111 itVrk for their parents wad slue omit te lor Knew His Position Btlciif 1 C rirnts4itl the fair but firm Bras widow I wiab it dir tinctly na ktcHil thit I am to be the i captain of this ship to WellI li Im asking is to be your iiecord ninte rjltcd the lsaciuated on k lore iC1fl be mijiht a well give n first it lvt p r used to n firilvii Life 11111 VTS vixiriHK a ndjibbtirR Af innrre histefil npoligljtd to- jtII i catlsetartahe linen wft lCJltI 1At hIt httiOb thiiti m tlMiii he assured j hr promtilly Ours ill worst n thrt nt home tol i Acute Vision of BirdsjHlril have n very acute vlaion j rr hnls the mnlt acrle of any creature I and the sens is Iso more widely dif luredOyer the tttina than it the case I with man Cor qneiJlly n bird cnn lItt ildewnys HM well as objects In Mont r t it A hml I f g showinu traat Un0A11RtS in conasquencc n hawk long before It Is visible to man So too fowls and pigeons find minute scraps of food dintincuished them from what appear to us similar pieces of earth or gravel Young chickens are Alan able to find tleir own food knowing its pisiton and how distant it is as tojn ns thty are hatched i whereas a child only very gr dually learns either to see or to understand the distance of objects Sey till birds apparently the young of nil those that nest on Iii oundcan rte quiff well direct y they come rn1 if the shell but the young birds OMI i tM mu trees Inr on rooks arebm lilnd and hive j to bo red Why Indeed tlulaM SIIIIMIII I1t Vh tlrs a HIM t tt s thil kI oiyhf to wvnr a simKer shoe ti a i kltf rn Ir11hy dies- a niiui ii vavs thi k he ought to wrar n larger htt th tn he cu BO EARS- LEMPERIENCE rTRADE MARKS DESIGNS 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jcrivMtioji are the umtivcs olTu I1iI SKT- V10ST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES lt novois lit tuiii lrtL nut in ovory nunlllrl an hytho mast rilliuit author IIt1ilth luiniciejvei- f short stories an matchless el mui niul futIof hu man intfiWt It poetry cM vfHnjr ihc njiif fieldof 1 tIscIHlth ji flop humor lvitla flits is 1lte tltoo t jitipulur itto IKJ fling woiiicij of the ktv its jokes witticism sketches ud art tiduuiudlyt- liu inost niirthprovitkin 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READSMG Nil pigiH ii iv wasted nn cheap ilhiaimtions udildHal va porinijH or voaryingISSMVS and idle discussions yonSuhwrihor oxpixws order III regisUrud IwtLur to TIIK SMART SKI I52 r Fifth Avunuu Now York r 1 N J3Sunplc copiou tint frcu on npplivaLion tr1 i I RHEUMATISM1111otlHt ills produced by diseased kidneys win ho cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its eileet is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it awl it you are not satisfiod your Owned will be cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c SO ARGON OIL COP 130 West Main St Louisville Ky MouTakeQuinine L Its 10to 1 you do If you arc a victim of niuluriu Dont Do It Its Dnntforous- V 11 aihnit It will euro malaria hut it loaves almost deadly after el- ToilsHERBINE ia pnroly vi ilablo nidt1solntdy JtllaranIHi to euro niiilaria suU lit Ida lie hilidiisiK1 tuidull stomach kiilniy i lid iivrr complaiiitd fRY JT TOUAV 50 Cents D Bottle All Drj lts 4 17 T1RtsaCSrwL Ra1OYaIAOy For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES Tin UK fiMicVN and Iniisvilli1 11tIalcl12 y 1111 1 ittutiirAX awl Louisville Daily Jlurald jO- Ill E UK MltiicAX and CourierJournal 150- TilE III THIICAX and Now York Tribune 1l TilE IlTIUICAX and ThriieaVeuk World lfi- IiiI Ki MISIHAX and YellowJacket IjTilE 1italItlllN and St Louif lloheDeinocrat 1i5 jlTill01 f I 7 Sumner 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 a cool and delightful climate and physicians are united In the opinion that the waters are more beneficial during the summer season One Fare Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip Throughout I the Summer WRITE FOR BOOKLETS Geo H Lee I M GJire ties Pare treat Illrllurr IRtit- 1Jtb nark Irk InrnuOttl o V Constipation N makes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty 1 Keep the system in good condition by taking DAI4ONShllyV ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good theyL8 f TJ Complete Treatment 250 e t 1111 tffllNII I rpO 1r1OOtSr14S v lfl ldo PatiolaThe Modern toriica dose before tach meal will make you feell Q strong and well PAN n IA hat no equal for indigestion DyspepsiA J Catarrh of the Hend Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys a Ia Grippe end general debility Made by the LiKTCHiinin PHAU= MACAL Co Inc For sale by 4- Jr f J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 0 w 11 e464011101 4rti4A qtO Nuts Peanuts Kn llsh walnuts filberts pine nuts and hickory nuts build up the tissues of the lDdj Almonds pine nuts aud peanuts contain the food values of the other nuts in high prr portions Heat and energy are produced by nuts rich in oil such as black walnuts bntter nuts Brazil nuts and coaconnutsFor a valuable hoop may turnipCor Prr zil nut butter- Nuts are indispensable to the vege tartan making up for such items a meat milk and butter Better yet they are free from all kinds of disease germsChestnuts and chinquapins are starchy nuts and therefore must be well cooked to be digestible Most nuts are more wholesome when cookedPine nuts grow on the dry hills of- i I Colorado and California in profusion They ars cheap as there is no waste They should always be washed and driedWe call the fruits of trees nuts when we eat the kernel and reject the outside covering When we re- verseI this order and eat the outside- i rejecting the kernel we call them Iruits t Z Wayne Griffin Bro Ask the readers of this paper who arc euflering with indigestion or ilyepep silt to call on them at once and get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure If you knew the value of this remedy aS we know iloU would not sutler an other day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough digestant and tissuebuild ing tonic as well It is endorsed personally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia t palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening That Toothpick Fiend LIothenter IIt raldJ The man who will use a toothpick belongI a these ce Ftluelchling He was hanged by a strap and was absently even peacefully picking hi teethPresently the woman who was seated in front of him touched the manSir she said pleasantly would you mind going out on the platform- to pick your teeth Im not at all cu rious to know what you had for din nerThe fellow left the car immediately while the conductor rang up two fares by mistake One Ladys Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomache and Liver Tablets I have I believe sold fifty boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets on the recommendation of one lady here who first bought a box of them about u year ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends about the good qualities of these TabletsP M SnoRE Drug gists Rochester Ind The pleasant purgative ell ct of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladies everywhere For Sale by Z Wayne Grifliu Bro Hartford An important literary event will mark the August McClures the ape pearance of the opening Installments of the first story of childhood from the pen of Frances Hodgson Burnett since the days of Little Lord Fantle roy which has been by general consent voted the best book of child life ever published In her new story Mrs Burnett makes a little girl the central character and idealizes herI charming heroine quite as she did the hero who preceded herIOASIJIOnXA tiBoogltBignaturo Gleanings Poor seed is the cause of much of the failure in the pardden s Nothing will increase egg produc tion quicker than green bone freshly cut N Select eggs oi unfonn size for hatch ug especially if you use hens for that iJurposeImfin for some of the work connected with the home dairy A cow unused to linseed meal it is said will Increse her milk two quarts day if fed it Ia Inthree years the progeny of a pair of rats under favorable condition will number 1000 Charcoal is good for hens An ear of corn charred in the oven supplies- it in convenient form Sunflower seed produces oilof an excellent quality und is Enid to be good feed tar both poultry and sheep Old hers as a rule lake on fat more readily than the young ones As the fat increases the eggs decrease Some one his said that it farmers grew more crops of mammoth clover they would be able to grow mammoths crops of grain also Good cars prevents disease in the case of all animals The trouble to which they are subject are due i marly all cases to improper trea men t- An Indiana orchardist says that in localities where there is a thin soil over an impel vlous clay the subso plow should be used before planting out an orchard In six months wheat will shrink in bulk two quarts to the bushel or 6 per cent It therefore follows that 94 cents a bushel in August just after wheat is threshed is equal to Sr in the following February With one hall days labor a hotbed in which not only tomatoes and other earlyvegetables can be started for early pUnting but in which can aUo be grown lettuce radishes etc suf ficlent for the needs of the ordinary family u Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to finda family where they are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessen ed by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much troubles they save by their great vark in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Brcs Drug Store Boston People are Particular neeeer- JRev Robert Collyer whcse long and successful ministerial career has ben passed chiefly in Chicago tn dda New York finds the complete satis- r faction of Bostonians in their city a source of amusement He says he was in the vicinity of the pearly gates and saw two ladies approach seeking entrances Where are you from asked St PeterIWere both from Boston replied one of the ladies Well you can come in said St Peter but you wont like It A variation of the same anecdote is the story of a Boston woman who had passed within the gates and was taking her first look aroundIIt is very nice she exclaimed very nice indeed butthis withI a slghIt isnt BostonICured of Chronic DiarrhoeaI After Ten SufferingII wish to say a few words inI praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge of Martinsville VaUI suffered from chronic die 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 procured a bottle of this remedy Only two doses were required to give her entire relief I then decided to tryI the medicine myself and did not useI allof one bottle before I was well and I have never since been troubled with that complaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonder fill medicine This remedy is for sale by all druggists The Border Judge 11nlleii Munthlyl Of all Squires whose virtues should survive the past Pat Tomp kins stands preeminent Back in the early Sos and prior Squire Pat Tompkins Court was held at Red River Station an outfitting post just fortythree miles from a railroad While Squire Tompkins was not versed iu the law he hat unqual ified respect for Judges of the tsuperi or courts Being told upon one occa ion that Circuit Judge Piner had taken a certain ci9e under advisement aid would hand down his decision in writing thu Squire remarked Wall thats a good ide Ill do the same the next time Fance Bagby gets cotched up with Before ninny weeks had elapsed Mr Bagby was brought In charged with compelling a tenderfoot to wal low in a bed of cactus The evidence was somewhat conflicting for al lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use though the prosecuting witness ex hibited a coat and a pair of trousers thickly studded with needles Bagby and his two witnesses swore positively that the prosecutor was drunk and fell oil a bronco while coming through a uiesquit flat At the conclusion of the evidence his Honor observed Ill take this question under advisement and hand down my opinion after preparin the same On the prlsonetr e following written upon a piece of manila wrapping paper I the court Pat Tompkins sqlre 11find the prisoner not guilty by a tite squeeze so help me God Weak Hearts Age caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expandsswells and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the finalresult Kodol Dyspepsia cure digests what you eat takes the strain oil the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body Sold by Z Wawne Grit fin Bro One of Quays Jokes lets York Tribune The late Senator Quay was not a man given to laughing but one would have been grossly mlotaken who therefore had set him down as un appreciative of a joke and it even may be added with truth that the statesman seemed to enjoy the joke a little more heartily if It chanced to be upon himself He used to tell with evident pleasure of a meeting he had with a Flori farmer when he once was return ing from his fishing bungalow at St Lucie The man shared the seat with Quay in an accommodation train Naturally enough the conversation lagged considerably the Senatornot being well up on local goslp or crops and the countryman knowing nothing at all of the general news of the day At last the latter asked if Mr Quay was making his first visit to Florida No was the reply Ive been here occasionally in the couise of my wanderings An why be ye wanderin came next question Solemnly Quay answered Im trying to see it I cannot ameliorate condition of the inner man The farmer looked but said noth ing Indeed he made not a single remark on any topic till they reached next station where with a brief good bye he alightedIAs he stepped upon the platform he said to the brakeman who repeat ed it to QuayuSee that seriousI lookln feller I was slain with Hes one o them b1aae faithhealers How Jack Rabbits Have Fun With Dogs One of the greatest cruelties I have ever seen perpetrated on animals is taking a town dog to live on ranch in my district said the rancher from the San Joaquin Valey in California If the S P C A peo pie understood what It mean they would protest Last summer we brought down an Irish setter from San Fancisco The first evening he sighted a jack rabbit and started out after it He chased it half a mile when a second jack tab bit started up and jumped by his nose He turned os it then two more jack rabbit appeared The dog whirled on them and struck out hot and heavy But every twenty feet a new and more tempting rabbit jumped up snd the dog could see twenty of them at a timeHe tried to chase each one spar ately with the result that he was scrambling wildly about in a circle He couldnt decide on any one rabbit and he became desperately wrathful Finally he settled down after one big one when It seemed to split into four or five rabbits With a wild yelp of rage the dog circled about Everywhere were rabbits but he couldnt catch one al thouhg they seemed provokingly slow When we Anne up that dog was lying down exhausted as nealy sobbing with vexation fls auy dog eau PiUlatconstipation LowrtfaSfci tlL4M1JJJ1Iearl en v banian CumberlandTELEPHONE I AN- I1elegrapll Co iiroriioriitoii Theres nothing the matter wife my business I have the Cum rland Telephone in my residence atri of business My business his increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service ai gentlemanly competition C PI KOWLIN Manf Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLIC CAN 100 per year its advance rr 1 UTD 1 Oltts CaiiMty Circuit Cuurt TP nlrkhenil Judge BecB lllu Attorney T 11 lllnck Jailer lid i- HurruKH Clerk Prank I Fells Master fea ulslunar1lMureleyIrunteuJuryFucdr3sI KVCIWII Olurouie Kfown Jo II Roberta fcur KeiTwii r BCuiirtconveiieadiBtyta- dayln larch and Ausust und continues tier weckHaud third Monday In Moy and Novoatfctr two wtuk County CuurtI P Mlllor Judge M HiU mnlClork 1111 liurma Attorney UaTOo 4l Court conveuiri tlrst Monday In each msntft Quarterly Court Ittgliin on the third Moaij lu April July October and January Court of Uulmn ConvjijeH ttrnt Monday la 11A wiry Tuenduy after second Monday In OctolrK Other UlllctTd 1 Jl Wool Surveyor CetMi Trunk I owe AHBtBbor ISedii James UolVaM + School SiiiorlnU udvnt llurtford BcaLJUtci Coroner Sulphur Sprlii- Kd5votices Courts It rlludfuu leaver Dam February K tarIS AilgUHt HI November SO- dVo W Miirtlu nulzltuwuLFebruary 12ifjy 1IAagustEU November Ino M inilmui XalrolFebruary 28 Ww 2 August J Noviiiibir 13 T A KTIIIIH FordavilhJaauury 14i iAugust 27 November 5 1IIllcks Butord1ubrucry7Mny f JM rust I November 7 W A Hone Cvutortowu February 9 MyK August L4 November s II 1 Wllcox norkjiort February 20 Mitr1 Augurt Sii November 14 SXartfsri IPcllco Court JaoB1Slleutb Judge C K South City 11- torney S r lltiiuttt Mnmbul Court ftn venen second Monday lu witlimoutl- iZ59li rioAS Cervices M K Church South Services third Sundyjfu each mouth ut 11 u m and 7 p mand uaraC Sunday at7ptu 1ruyer meeting every foiua tluy evening Her wTlIillorlastor Iliiptlut Church Services held Saturday rbsii before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday 1 and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Ittvmuting every Thuraduy evening llev JJL Burnett pastor C 1 Church Services flrst Sunday la egos- mouth nt 11 a m and 7 p m Rev J D LCtr ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jim 1 Mlllor fGlenn S T Steveiu V M Hocker Jll II Cw ton Jon C 1I11- 1JlownlrullteldHowaD Ilulbrook Clialrcrurv S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding WJt Tlnsley A TuylorCecxot Ccciatiee A OU W meets tent and third ItUif nights lu eucl11outh- tllartford Lodge No C75 1t A Mnuoaelnft Moudtiy night In each month Hough River IodgeNo llOKnlghtHOf 1ytJUa meets every Tuesday night Ireston Morton Iost No 4 U A R bold rvx ulur meetings Saturday before first Sunday In atimouth Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There nro seven malt features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness irDiblllty I Ui RluumatlHtn or Ncuralss 3 Vnlvulur DlHonKr 0 Dilation 0 Knlargernent IG Fatty Degenera tion 7 Drops- Docwnentury tvlcjuno win prove tlioiAancls of socalled Incurables havo been absolutely cured by Dr auks Now Heart Cure Patients often have no Moa their disease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Hero are some of tho symptcoiar Shortness of breath utter oxorcfce Smothering SKH Pain In Client ktt Shoulder and urm Discomfort In LyteKC on ono side Fainting Spoll NrrwirCough Swelling of Feet arid Ankfcsv Paleness of Fuse and IJjM Palpltotkni Nightmare Irregular Pulsfe MeteHeartwhonovor opp rttmlty iirpwnts I CMK now BO up anti down Htulrs with eaHI whcro threo uPas ago I could hardbwalk one bh k Ouo year later Careslidgreater midl iro thTii you claimed ft aot1D1inoMoney hark Iirst bald falls to benefit FJtUli MIl1iDr Miles Anti Paln Pills the Nsw Syliqtomyour eneu anti tellyou what sand how to rl Aficniutoly 1 uAr4LAtUIttTV1iIJ3 IIrI i Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 29 SMALLHOUS Mrs Huldah Casebier and son Hartford were the guests of her sister Mrs James Fulkerson last week Rev G H Lawrence and hisrthr children are the guests of friends and relatives near Sbteve Rev Ollie Weir failed to fill his regular appointment at Stnallho church Sunday Messrs Wayne Overhuls Owen Hunter Worth Fulkerson and Ma non Balls went to Rockport Saturday to the picnic Mrs Joe Bullock and children reo turned home Sunday from a weeks visit to relatives at Matanzas Mrs Cordelia Addlngton Misses Ida Addington and Ethel Hunter we the guests of Mr G W Barnard an family Monday Miss May Bir Beaver Dam is t guest of her friend Miss Sallie Hut this week Mrs Faught Cromwell was t guest of her sister Mrs Sarah Greer1 recentlyThe cream supper at Mr Alon zo Frenchs was enjoyed by all pre entMessrs Lee Overhuls and S E Hunter attended church at Ceralvo SundayB Igleheart of Muhlenburg county who is the guest of his daugh ter is on the sick list Tom Godsey and family and Jas Drake are also on the sick list Mr Robert Hunter returned Fri day from a visit to his daughter Mrs James Trunnell Utica Ky Mr Andrew Addington Breman was in Smallhous Friday Clark Igleheart and family were in our midst last week the guests of rel ativesDr G L Evenly was In our midst Mondayto see the little daughter of Mr Richard White who is quite Ill Mr and Mrs C E Overton and Master David Oldham left Monda for a visit to relatives near Falls of RoughBorn to the wife of Charles Bul lock on Thursday July 21St a boy BUFOR D July 2S Mr Sam Rhoads and family visited Joe Thomson and fami ly of Heflin Sunday Judge Ben Newton and wife visited Mr Lute Easterday of Beda Sun day tJMr Sam Trogden of Clear Run visited his daughter Mrs Sallie Bolas one day last week Mrs W P Jewell wire and daugh ter Miss Sallie of Glenwood Springs are visiting friends and relatives here at this time Miss Virgie Graves spent a few days In Hartford last week James Nickleson is very sick of dropsy and heart disease Mrs C W Hussey who has been visiting her children here left for Ev ansville Monday to stay with her daughter Mrs Kate Monarch Walter Blair and wife visited her sister Mrs Wilson Underwood of Utica Saturday night and Sunday Henry Field and wife of Hartford visited his mother Sunday eve Miss Josie Magan who has been In Louisville the past eight months studying shorthand and typewriting is at home Mr Annice and wife of Cromwell are visiting his daughter Mrs D L MaganMessrs Lon Allen and Sam Riley will give an ice cream supper at Hoagland bridge Saturday night July 30 Dr Willie Barnhill of Pleasant Ridge sold his property to Dr Frank Tichenor Dr Barnhill will nove to Owensboro and continue his practice thereThere will be two parties in this community Saturday night one at J D Holbrook the other at Jud Hew lettsMr B F Graves is having an ad dition built to his house and a new roof which will make quite an improvement 1050 Niagara Falls and Return 1050 Via Big Four Route Tuesday August 2d Only 150 more to Toronto good returning via steamer Buffalo to Cleveland Stop over allowed at Chautauqua Get tickets and sleeping car berths at City Ticket office 259 4th Ave S J GATES Genl Agt Circuit Court Docket At the May term of the Ohio Circuit court the following civil case a were set down to be tried at the August term of the court on the days mentioned The remainder of th civil docket will be set the first day of court MONDAYTHE FIRST DAY eePalestine Coots vs A B Weltt r fieldJ E Barnhill vs Ohio county- F B Dewit vs Ohio county U8TUESDAY THE 3RD DAR T Taylor vs I C R R Co D B Ewan vs L C R R Co WEDNESDAY THE 3RD DAY J W McCulloch vs L M Gary J F Baker vs Frank Allen THURSDAY THE 4TH DAY John T Jackson vs W P Her S B Plummer vs J W Moseley FRIDAY TilE STH DAY reMitchell Balls vs S M Burgess Co Borgests SATURDAY THE DAY heDan S C Tichenor vs ICRRCo MONDAY THK 7TH DAB N Patterson vs Eliza Taylor TUESDAY THE STH DAY D L Sharp vs I C R R Co W T Beesley va same WEDNESDAY THE 9TH DAY S B Gentry vs I C R R Co Robt Yoham vs Harden Shultz c W C Knott vs C H Tichenor THURSDAY THE roTH DAY JB McDanlel vs I C R R Co Evansville Brewing Association vs S K Cox Blue Island III Jan 141901 Messrs Ely BrosI have used your Cream Balm In my family for 9 years and It has become my family doctor for colds In the head I used it freely on my children It Is a God send to children Yours respectfully J KIMRAL Messrs Ely Hr09I suffered greatly with catarrh and tried different remedies without effect After using founyd such a remedy Miss CORA WILLARD Albany N Y OABTOBXABeare theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature IifZof Y M C A Growth in Kentucky A resume of the growth and development of the Young Mens Christian Association work in Kentucky for the past three years under the sn pervision of the State Executive Committee has been sent to the In ternational Committee and will ap pear in the Year Book of 1904 It contains the following information During the past three years the growth of the various departments nt work in the Statecity railroad student and countyhas been notable and has been especially charac terlzed by a broader vision of the field to be occupied by each Associa tion and by a more systematic and aggressive occupancy of the fields in which work is being done This period witnessed the Jubilee of the Association work in Kentucky com memorating the semicentennial of the organization of the first assocla tlon in the State and of the quarter centennial of the organization of the State work 551 delegates attended the Jubilee Convention at Lexington the largest Association Convention State or International ever held in the South There are now 74 Associations inIthe State Ten of these are city seven railroad twentyseven student and thirty town Fiftyone secretaries are employed Two assistants have J been added to the secretaries force ofIthe State Committee which is now as follows State Secretary Secretary City and Railroad Department With L this report the State Secretary Henry E Rosevear completes fifteen years of service in the State AN ENCOURAGING GROWTH In the material equipment of the Association of the State there has been an encouraging growth Build ings have been opened for the rail road departments at Ashland and Corbln costing 8000 and 6500 res pectively Lexington has raised 40 000 for a new building now in pro cess of construction A building at Covington has been assured by the securing of 50000 in subscriptions Hartford Ohio county owns the first county Association building in the State Building movements are in progress in a number of other com munities The Louisville Associa I tion raised a jubilee fund of 19000 to coyer tot mortgage Indebtedness t land cost of improvements its build lag The railroad work has male more rapid and steady progress during the past three years than in any previous- e period in our history Two new railroad departments have been organized and preliminary work begun nt two other points Institutes for the studyof religious and educational needs of the railroad men in Ken tucky and the Associations rdatio- thereto have been held by the Stat Committee and have borne trait in a larger and more aggressive work 1 these departments In the student department ther has been an outward and and Inward growth There has been a decided Increase in the number of Associa tions and in the materialEquipment and the aggregate membership and enrollment in bible study and mission study classes surpasses that ot any previous period The anual conference of Presidents the State Stu dent Conference and the supervision of the Student Secretary of the State Committee have been vital factors in the development of this department BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AN I THK I Louisana Purchase Exposition II f WHailroul WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS j Parlor Diningfoul Sleeping i Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrate Fold er of the Worlds Fair furnished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For riitf tlniH of tniliiH slvlni Cur nor viitloN Ktr roll on Tlkit A Kent or ml In + O I lIh ui1n1In Anent ritielimntl Ohio or 14 S liltOWN l 1iIuilfVlllrKv Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RfllLWBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at SchedulesI Leave Louisville 830 a iu daily Arrive St Louis 530 p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ers All trains make close connection- in Union Station in Si Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Excursion RatesWill be announced soon P E CARK Passenger and Ticket KyA Ticket Agent KyC District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo FOR SALE We have fur sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Mussey Business College at Louisville For further information callon or address THE REPUBLICAN OneMlnut CoughCure FM G9U1h Celded Croup Can You Figure 200Given AvvayTO rtSTOMKKS OK Carson Co eHARTFORD KY nHow many votes will be cast for Congress In Ohio county at yeareone number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gifts First nearest Guess 5000 Secondoo 2500 Third oo100U Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 TotalOOOOFor each dollars worth of goods bought of CArson Co a ticket will be given which willentitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to ithe decision of the election comimissioners who will meet at i Frankfort to canvass the vote INo ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day BeIgin now The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap ioo acres adjoining Hartford 2 5oo 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 fromI115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 33 4 miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 MS acres 2i miles from Hartford 3000 I A house and two acres of ground I adjoining Hertford 375 I will sell your property for tou or I will find a farm for you Titles ah stracted 43 acres on Green river near Fair est 430 S A Anderson j Dealer in Real Estate HAKTFOKI KY Come Look Over Our Stockb7 Is the Common PHraze Many Mer cHants Will Fire at You Through This Month Why 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 eur line and we will show you things enough to please you Nobody hasv 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 al ways have the correct thing at the correct priceT quote prices on a few items for July Best Calico 5c Best Shiring Prints 5c Good Factory Cotton 5c Good Bleach8cLadies Hose 5c Mens Socks 5c Remnant Calico 2ic Remnant Percales 4c Sea Island Cotton 6c Scotch Lawns 5c- Better Lawns 8 lOa nd I5c India Linens 5c Good India Linen IOc Long Cloth IOc Dimity Checks lOc Clothing Deportment Childrens Suits 1 Youths Suits 1 k 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 KyIm rE P BARNES 6e BRO WluMi there is good Morley to be saved1Oil good Buggies why not he good to yourself by buying the famous Slaver Buggy We have been selling these Buggies for twelve years and have had nothing but plaint from our customers on these roods all reee a new shipment of all kinds of Imggies and can fit you up from 15 to SK lHehIWagons 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 farmer lull teamster is a much better recommendation than printers ink can give and theie is not a neighborhood in Ohio county in which you cannot find an Old Hickory wagon Any sizes Low or high wheels Buy a Wagon from us 1 Beaver Dam entUokY k- r