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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c he 3tartf rb llqublican IIFi Job Work a Specialty 11VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1904 N ate rS i ak t ABOUT OffOSII Laws Which if Ignored May Cause Serious Trouble Sources From Which Property Was Obtained Must be Clear ly Stated in the Deed 0 During the last session of the legis- laturer certain changes were made in the laws pertaining to the recording of deeds mortgaged and other instru ments of writing which are required to be recorded in the office of the county clerk Owing to these changes and the fact that the people have not is yet become familiar with the new law in regard to this matter compli cations are arising every day and the grantors of deeds the county clerk and his deputies are being put to a deal of unnecessary troublewhen- a little investigation ol the new laws concerning the recording of deeds would save the trouble and probably save a fine of 50 for the omission ot sonic of its requirements Under the amended law there are rthree provisions which should be ob served by all parties who are interest ed in the recording of a deed or mortgage which ii neglected invalidates the instrumentand makes the parties liable to a fine All deeds or mortgages shall refer to the former deed or writing and give the office book and page when recorded and the date thereof If the property be obtained by inherll tance or in any other way than by deed or other recorded instrument ol writing the deed oflered for record shall state clearly and accurately how and from whom obtained by the grantor And if property bt obtained from two or more sources the deed of fered for record shall plainly specify and refer to each of said sour eel It shall bs unlawful for any grant- or to over for record or for any clerk or deputy clerk to receive or permit any deed that does not comply with the above requirements to be lodged for record Any grantor who shall lodge for record and any clerk or deputy clerk who shall receive or permit to be lodged for record any deed contrary to these provisions shall be fined not less than twenty five dollars nor more than fifty dollars It h for each offense The above law does not apply to deeds and mortgages made before March 21 194 when the law went into effect LAFE ELDER Connected With a Charge of Im proper Relations With Anothers Wife The Owensboro Inquirer says A 4 +man by the name ol Rhoadc who formally lived at Rockport Ky but who for some time has been loafing around Owenslmo swore out war rants in Justice Rodmans court against his wife and LafeEldercharg ing them with improper relations but he failed to substantiate the charge and the warrants were dismissed It was shown that the wo man had not been guilty of any im proper conduct but that he had failed to provide for her and his children J and that she had been forced to find r employment as a cook to provide for the support of herself and children while he has been hanging around town doing nothing but trying to get the county to furnish him transpor tation back to Rockport The at tempt to substantiate these charges against the woman was nothing but spite work on his part Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced AN ATROCIOUS CRIME Young Man Found in Mutilated Condition StaKe Driven Through His Throat Owensboro Ky Aug rA crime so atrocious that nothing in recent Kentucky history approaches it was revealed at the fair grounds at 6 oclock last night The body of an unknown young man or fine physique apparently not over twentysix years of age was found in the concession stand west of the amphitheatre in a state of mutilation almost beyond human con ceptionA = splinter nearly three feet long from a plank had been thrust through the young mans throat and on into the ground to a depth of sev eral Inches and then bnded back and nailed securely to the side of the hoard wall with large nails Ills skull had been crushed his face battered into a pulp and his broad chest mangled by heavy shoes until it was as blue as Indigo A portion of his brains had oozed froth the hole three inches long in his head His anus bore the marks oi a struggle and his hands were covered with gashes lie had probably been try ing to ward oil the murderous blows until he sank to the ground in an un conscious condition It was then when the fiends who murdered him were seized with the thought ol pin Toning him to the ground Nearly anyone of the blows on his head would have resulted in his death The splinter probably broken front the plank with which he was hit over the head was brought into use He was found on his stomach with his head turned on the side and the splinter stabbed directly through his jugular vein and windpipe It had been pulled back and several eight or ten penny nails driven in it In this pinioned position he was found by George M White and Joe ChamberlainWhite a rather strange story lie says he and Chamberlain were in the fair grounds yesterday morning and he saw the man in the doorway and thought he was drunk He went to sleep under a tree on the grounds and did not go home until 230 oclock in the afternoon To night he and Chamberlain were go ing through the fair grounds and he suggested to go and see if the drunken man was still there They went to the eating stand and sound the dead man The officers were Inform ed and the body was removed to the undertaking establishment White was arrested tonight on an order Irom Judge Stlrmanand is held pend ing the inquest in the morning The officers are after Chamberlain there is great Indignation over the crime LATKR Owensboro Ky August 2 The body of the man who was found with a stake driven through his throat and otherwise mutilated at the fair grounds last night was identified this morning as being James Coomes of Webster county Coomes was in the city Sunday visiting a relative He purchased a quantity of liquor and escorted by Roy Green a negro went to the tenderloin district In the neigh borhood of the fair grounds When he left the house of a woman the ne gro was waiting for him and the two were seen to go toward the fair grounds together In about half an hour the negro was seen running from the fair grounds Monday afternoon he told a negro woman that he had had trouble with a white man at the lair grounds Nothing has been seen of the the negro since Mon day afternoon The men who were arrested pending the investigation were released this morning Gov Beckham will be appealed to to offer a reward for the arrest of the negro The crime has aroused the citizens ot Owensboro as the nature of it was so revolting The room in which Coomeswas killed was covered with blood The stake which was driven through his throat and then nailed to the wall was broken off in the ground before the body could be removed u IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN Till RtPlBLlCAX NEW SCHOOL BOOKS County Book Commission Gives Out Information Rela tive to Same For the benefit of the public the Ohio County School Book Commis sion deems it advisable to give out the following Information on the new school book law viz I The old books may be used in the schools until the day fixed by the Governor in his proclamation for the substitution of the new after which the new books must be used 2 The books may be had at the following places HartfordJ H Williams Beaver Dam Barnes Bros Select J J Stewart Fordsville Wilson Shrewsberry Rockport Dan Glbbs Buford F M Hoover CentertownRowe Morton Mc HenryBrown Mercantile Co 3 The selection of the above agents does not prevent other mer chants from handling the books but all other merchants must secure books front one of the eight agents Section 15 says hIt shall be the duty of any individual firm company or corporation securing contracts un der the provisions of this act to see lect or appoint as many agents in each county through which the books provided for shall be supplied as may be required by theCounty School Book Commission 4 We herewith give the name retail and exchange price of all the new books The Modern Pronounc ing Speller retail price 12C exchange price 6c McGufleys Revised Eclectic Primer IQCSC New McGufiey First Reader 12c6c New McGufTey Second Reader 2ocioc New McGufiey Third Reader27c 1 30 New McGufiey Fourth Realer 35C17C New McGuffey Fifth Reader 450220 Rays Modern Pri wary Arithmetic 13062 Rays Modern Intellectual Arithmetic SDCIOC Rays Modern Elementary Arithmetic 25c I2C Rays Modern Practica Arithmetic 40020 Natural Complete Geography Soc 400 Longs New Language Exercises Part I i2c6c Longs New Language Exercises Pan IIi7cSc Longs Lessons in English 250120 Hnrveys New English Grammar 400200 Maxwell and Smiths Writing in English 65c32c New Century Elementary Physiology 550270 New Century Intermediate Physiology3oci5c Eclectic Primary History U S 400200 New Eclectic History U S 70c35 Kinkead History of Kentucky 650320 Peter mans Civil Government 450 22c Rational Writing Books Nos 16 each 50 Natural Primary Geography 400200 Harveys New Language Lessons 250120 5 Section 10 says Any mem ber of the County School Book Con mission who shall fall or refuse to en force the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars Any teacher in the common schools who permits the use of any other books than such as allowed by the provisions of this act shall not receive any salary so long as such violation of this act contin ues Believing that the welfare of the schools will be promoted by a transi tion from the present chaotic condi tion of the text books to the new adopted books at an early date we urge all teachers and parents to unite in carrying out the provisions of this law Respectfully JAS 11 DEWEESE S C S J P MILLER J O C C W H BARNES Co Atty GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Gov Beckham has pppointed Chas B Poyntz of Maysvllle Democrat and James Breathitt Hopklnsville Republican as members of the State election Commission According to the Governments weekly report the temperature has been fairly favorable for crops the past week Some rust is reported in spring wheat Cotton has made good progress and picking continues IIi southern Texas The condition of tobacco in the Ohio valley is less fa vorable owing to the need of rain A carpenter crazed by cocaine at Nebraska City Neb killed one man wounded an officer and was himself killed in a desperate fight The desperate assault on the inner defense on the northern and eastern sides of Port Arthur failed acording to advice brought by two junks which arrived at Che Foo Tuesday I Rus sian who escaped from Port Arthur on the night of July 29 states that the earth trembled under the terrific cannonading which began on the morning of July 26 and ended on the night of July 28 when the battle ceased The Chinese who arrived here on a separate junk confirm the Russians statement that the Rus sians wounded during the assault was about five thousand Japanese in repeated assaults against the eastern forts on the hills through bubed wire entanglements and over mines displayed fanatical bravery They were mowed down by the halloC shells and bullets and the explosion of mines The losses are estimated at 20000 The Russian declares that the Russians held all the eastern lorts leading to Golden hill and that the Japanese shattered and exhaust ed retired to eastward State Insurance Commissioner Henry Prewitt says that the Illinois Life Insurance Company will not with draw from Kentucky but will submit to an examination of its affairs some time this fall The State Board of Health will en deavor to secure indictments against all the railroads in Kentucky charg lug that their cars are kept in such an unsanitary condition that the wel tare of the traveling public is Imperiled It is alleged that the roads have failed to comply with the regu lation made by the State Board and on this the indictments will be based POSTMASTER GENERAL Gives Reasons for Not Naming Post Office for Governor- of Mississippi Washington D C Aug 2 Post master General Payne made the fol lowing statement explaining the rea sons for refusing to name a Mississippi postoffice in honor of the Govern or of that State On the sixth day ot May 1904 a petition was filed with the depart ment asking for the establishment of a postoffice at a certain point in Cal houn county in the State of Missis sippi and asked that it be named VardamanImmediately the usual investiga tion made by the department as to the necessity for the establishment of the office was taken Pending the inquiry a copy of the Daily Clarion Ledger a newspaper published at Jackson Miss dated Aug 25 I9 3 was filed with the department con taining an article to which the de partments attention was called This article was the copy of an edi torial printed in the Commonwealth under the date of January 10 1903 which paper is published and edited by Gov Vardaman The article in question was so vile and Indecent in its statements concerning the moth er of the President of the United States as to be unfit for reproduction The Postmaster General did not deem it proper to give a postoffice the name of any man who had used such language regarding any woman The postoffice in question has been establishedand given the name of Timbervllle In exercising the discretion given him by law the Postmaster General frequently rejects names suggested for proposed postoffices He has never been more clear as to his duty than in this case It is prdperto spy that President Roosevelt had no knowledge of the Incident referred to The name ofTimbervllle bestowed in lieu of VardDa was suggested amon g others by the parties interest ed in the neighborhood one other name having been rejected because of UssimlUrlty to tFraUfeady hold by another postoffice ifl f he State IISubscription 1 a Yes CIRCUIT COURT Began Monday With a Full DocketThree Weeks Term The regular three weeks August civil term of the Ohio Circuit Court convened at court hall Monday and began the work ot disposing of one of the largest dockets that Circuit Court has bad for years Tbere were more than fifty appearance cases for the term several that were filed too late for trial besides about two hundred or more cases that have been continued from former terms Judge Birkhead notified parties and litigants that he intended to practically clear the dock et during the three weeks which court will be in sessionIThe following named gentlemen have been empaneled as petit jurors AIClarkJas Bullock P K Newton Silas Taylor S F Wallace J T Wimsatt Azro Rowan Curt Ambrose Wu Shull A L Herrel C J Maxey B M Shultz Birch Shields Hardin Minton John C Neighbors and A T i Williams I Notice The Rev Mrs L M Woosley will preach at Hickory church at 10 oclock a m and also at 3 oclock p m the second Sunday in August Dinner and refreshments will be i served on the grounds for all those who at tend Remember the daysecond Sunday in this month Proceeds to be used for the pnrpose of building new church rAT WORLDS FAIR Kentuckian Was Shot byI One of The CliffIi Dwellersi St Louis Mo July3oA man j supposed to bs H C Davidson of Covington Ky was shot and fatally I wounded by an Indian known as Chief Big Bear of the Cliff Dwellers on the Pike at the Worlds Fair this af ternoonDavidson had just entered the ground and was going to the theater when Big Bear appeared at the door of his wigwam and began shooting into a crowd of visitors Bullets tell thick and fast but all went wild with the exception of the last which took effect in the abdomen ot the Kentuck ian By this time a big crowd had gathered around the wounded man and just in time to prevent the In i A UNITED STATES SENATOR Used Peruna For Dyspepsia Wmi Great Benefit I HON M C BUTLER SuatAIi 0 y 1 S Senator M C BurlcrfowL EXt Carolina was SonatorftSac that tato for two terms In iv russet n letter from Washington D C ho rmK I can recommend Peruna fordksw pepsla and stomach trouble I Asmvr been using your medicine for a soaaZy period and I feel very much rxiestI- tIs Indeed a wonderful medlclna asides a good tonic M C Butler t Peruna is not simply a roniodj tier J dyspepsia Peruna is a catarr rct3oow Peruna cures dyspepsia becausoIVit generally dependent upon catarrliOf 2mv stomach + If you do not derive prompt and si2flr factory results from the use of Pcrasn write at once to Dr Uartman glrlnsjx full statement of your case anti ho Siclr be pleased to give you his valuable aivice grads Address Dr Hartman President 1The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus c dian from using his tomahawk wiUfeSt he had seized Manager Mortonof the CUB Dt7E3E ers summoned an ambulance Ltt1l1 Davidson was taken to the Emergasv cy hospital where his condition was pronounced precarious In his pocxi ets were found cards bearing tic name of H Davidson CovingteiiM He has bees unconscious since 6tz shootingBig was placed under arL- and locked upat the Worlds Fair po lice station to await the outcome tit his victims wound Big Bear iivsxp posed to have become insane wv 3fct has heretofore been noted for Mi pleasant disposition r A C TAYLORtip Undertakerand Embalmer Carries a full Line of everything found in a firtclass Undertaking Establishment in his house TV cently opened at Beaver Dam Ky Washing Laying out and dressing dead bodies done free t tcharge Calls answered at any hour of the day or night A fine funeral car stans ready at all timePrices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed A C TAYLORFun- eral Director and Embalmer Beaver Dam Kyv 1 4 r The above Is the likeness of Master D N J Miller who was chosen to represent a crass of twentythree graduates of the Fordsville school at the commencement exercise beld dur the recent teachers institute His address entitled Eulogy on Ulyses Simpson Grant follows in lull Eulogy on Ulyses S Grant The history of the world is but the achievements of its great men Those qualities of man that foster in the ideal and are accomplished through the real are celebrated In our annals and shown to the world by monu ments and traditions all through the weird past Only vast towers of strength have withstood the crucial tests of time only great characters have dotted the pages of history and shed their lustre on an admiring world The men who have surmounted the great difficulties overcome the trying bonds of poverty won high esteem through self sacrifice and unassuming pretentious have seemed to rise as occasion has required play their part on the stage of action fix their impress upon humanity and quietly retire amid the plaudits of mankind It is the approach to universal mind that gives lasting impress to human character And when man meets these requirements and touches the chords of life in harmony with the spirit of the age he represents he then reaches the acme of fame be comes the center of political and civil administration binds together the broken fragments about him and units the world into one systematic whole Such a character was Ulyses Simpson Grant born in the remotest poverty without name or fame work ing his way through the cold unchar itable world fixing his Ideals at every step adding virtue after virtue and determination which knew no failure and acknowledged no defeat These were the characteristics which caused him to be called Uncondi tional Surrender These were the inspirations which flashed across the wire I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer II and yet after duty has been performed and this great nation saved from dismemberment hear his gentle voice saying to Lees conquered army Boys you had better take your horses home with you doubtless you will need them in raising your crops There have been those who have denied to Grant the name of a great man What is greatness Does good ness belong to greatness and make an essential part of it Is there yet enough of virtue left in the world to echo the sentiment thatITls phrase absurd to call a vllliaa great If there is who I would ask of all the prominent names in history has run through such a career with so little reproach justly or unjustly bestowed Are military courage and conduct the measure of greatness Grant was Intrusted by Lincoln with all kinds of service the laborious and complicated which require skill and patience The perilous that demanded nerve and we see him keeping up a pursuit effecting a re treat oat manceuvering a wary ad versary with a superior force harmonizing the action of the American regular troops and malitia command ing an assault at the point of tbe bayonet and all with entire success and brilliant reputation- Is the readiness to meet vast re sponsibility a proof of greatness The memoirs of Mr Lincoln show us that there was a moment in 1863 when Grant took upon himself as the head of the military force the entire re I sponsibility of laying down the basis of the civil war I Is the cool and brave administrations of gigantic power a mark of greatness In all the trying times oft the war when our hero had thousands of our natlonsbest men around him a look a word was enough to put them In motion and he their Idol we behold him ever calm and collected disinterested as free from aflectation as selfishness clothed not less with I humility than with power- There is not throughout the world a friend of liberty who has not drop his head when he has heard that led is no more The world has I lost a benefactor a patronin Grant I A bright and particular lode star is I henceforward fixed In the front of I HeavenWhat young man that reflects on the history of Grant that sees him in- I the morning of his days the associate of sages the friend of the world but I will start with new vigor on the path of duty and renown I And while occasion can never re quire all of us to assume national leadership of armies in battle array we can emulate Grants example in social and political life always in honor preferring one another giving respect to whom respect is due and drawing out of lives those noble qual ities which God has implanted in the breast of man for the best and most salutary purposes Lives of our great men all remind us We may make our lives sublime And departing leaves behind us Footprints on the sands of time Let us then be up and doing With a heart for any fate Still achieving still pursuing Learn to labor and to wait a Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved lA short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be I lieve I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy I bought a twentyfive cent bottle and alter taking three doses of it was entirely cured I consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints For sale by all drug gists ni Suggestions for Housewife SugAr or cream will not drip from- a pitcher on the tablecloth if the nose of the pitcher is rubbed with butterIf happen to get a cake too stiff dont add milk Beat up an egg and add it gradually until the desired consistency is obtaiued Use a feather brush to remove dust from picture frames Do not use linen cloths as they wear off the gilt and deaden their brightness- To keep paraffin lamps from smelling as they sometimes will do even when perfectly clean put a table spoonful of salt into the oil Wooden spoons should be used al ways when making sauces and beating cakes If metal spoons are used they get ground down at the point and also wear out the saucepan Old whalebone which has become bent and useless should be soaked in hot water and then laid on a table to- dry In this way it is straightened- out and may have a new stage of use fulness before it The toughest beef or chicken can be made tender and palatable by put ting a good spoonful of cider vinegar- in the pot in which it is boiling or in the juice with which it is basted if roasting in a pan BetterThan Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Utters which did me mo good than aU the medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grants tonic and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed- by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Compulsory Exercise- A physician says that in hot weather one should keep out of the SUn during the daytime and take plenty- of exercise in the evening Those AyersDont try cheap cough medi tcines Get the best Ayers Pectoral What a I record it has sixty years of CherryPectoral cures Ask your doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles r loco found that Ayer Cherry Pectoral I le the hest iiHduMm I ran for bron chitis liillm iizt couch Mini hard cold1 bL LODKMAN MU Ithaca N V I scsoc5iw r C jyen CO All IOWHI MaK I BronchitisCor- rect lrultIfor any tendency to constipa tion with small dosos having babies less than a year old will be pleased to know that they have been doing the right thing for the past few months teaEscaped an Awful Fato Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Consumption anti nothing could he done for me I was given up to die The other of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists Price 50c and SI 00 Tri al Bottles free in Hated to be Disturbed That is the Ipzlest boy I ever met Why so Well I told him he might wake up some day and find himself fa IImous Was he pleased No he said he hoped he wouldnt wake up before the alarm clock went nt Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of I J B Oruer Franklin Grove IIIj For four years it defied all and all remedies But Bucklens Ar I nica Salve had no trouble to cure i him Equally good for BurnsBruis es Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at i Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore m Pointed Paragraphs tblenco Secal Some men are too intellectual to t e intelligentA always looks on the bright sideof a mirror Chickens that come home to roost have more sense than SOIL e people- A I hero must die at the right time in order to acquire a Mankind is monumentI t r FEMALEWEAKNESS Ml 12 OOOCT M Bt- POJttUkMD tux ctli1nperiortoSUIferlWlmeaatnuttion wvch completely pro kited UM pftimi th mr luafc and rid i and I would hays blinding htxulaithft My limbs wowld awes u and I nld feel no week I avoid not stand up V naturally Sit beyondWeCardui came ai a Qolawnt to me I felt a ettAoge tot thin butter within A ttetmeatIgoniea I luuall did Md soon became regular at1 witout piln Wine of CVudal la simply wonderful and I wtah that All Troimra knew ot tthood quautleea I TMajr Portland JWlOttOaie Leafoe Periodical headaches tall of fe male wakaew Wine of Qardui cures permanently nineteen out oi every twenty cue of irrrghr mentw bearing down any female wealaloas yus diaged and notion kae J Wie4 that U tho best rotto is uworld should try Ws lamleeadbeaSecure a 108 bottto ot TOM oi Gucki layt wipeE strapIA ten pound baby can make more noise than a ipcmnd iimn can stir pressAlter working the political boys for i a jubI unit can alTiin to t ake it raSA pet dog has prevented runny II bachelor trout breAking into the mat riinonial a11lcIThe average woman would rather merry a man to reform him than not be able to pose ns a refornur ot sjme bind A Cincinnati man recently went to seep in a dental chair while the den tist wn repairing his teeth They i wrre false teeth A Sweet Breath hcnlth1iI the stomach is out of order There is- no i remedy in the world equal to KM dui Dyspepsia Cure for curing moil gestion dyspepsia nlllnIl stomach I disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Kywrite I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but con tinued to grow worse Jiy the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength rued can eat whatever I like1 Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by i X Wayne Grifiin it Bro mI Solemn WO fIMen love goodness but n arry beau ty which accounts for the present I You i I We Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2cent tamp entitle you in addition to Mt the free premiums to MZ one vote The scent stamp cov m ers our to you jj that your estimate is recorded You can send as many esti mates as desired matrimonial tangle Where Is a common error among men and women that conventional sin is virtuol1IAfter a gill Is married her college education is remembered as merely one oi her girlhood fads Old miiitla are Imposters 1hty have a cinch on Independent haPIII ness and besides Ret the commlseia tion that belongs to the married mlMI arable Corking and selfnbnegHtlon tiff no I longer fashionable in a wile hut they make excellent doormats Cynical folk who laugh at the faith of young lovers merely show what bad losers they ate in the game of low It is the tools wotscr girl frail and gentle to the naked eye who turns out to be a Gibraltar of prejudices and desires to her astonished husband Old maids are examples of the pow er of mind over mater They prcdr abstract ideals to concrete disappoint mentf j husband Is now htr only acqnahit anceIA too virtuous wife Is like six consecutive dishes of hnnry When a roan makes a mistake in his first marriage the victim is hits second wife A woman declares to a nun that he is perfect and the man never no tices that he does not avempt to prove It A good huh wi is a lead hu 1 band to aHave regular Grand First Prize of will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Pre l dential Vote Contests We also offer S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee CATARRH In nil Ha elects there fJiniM IK l miiiiw e Elys CITUIII llrtlm rlIIIII llm nod hrale the 111 itiivTuir It cnrr t atirrha ilnuH nwny a cud 111 the lmil plivkv Crnini Hiilni ie Itowil Into the nostril eprMils over the iupn riiuo nod ill ahsnIKL Uelief liliu IIICIH raulnrnrr foiHw It Is not IlryinlolI pdhroirreern 1KC sc 50 It Urut- t fir TIU i Tr ill Kiir W Cents by liV HIM riUHS 5 0arrcn Street New Fort Kodol Cure Digests what you oat rIrIjnnl1l1kkliny11trieU II nlellll1 HANDSOOI Oil Patents inn iw OlUnt awcy I r euIIIIII AltII IM rum taken ihMtuh Tuna A Co receUc ruIIIIItU wllliiut clmrse III tlio Scientific American A hnhmlIInrrI1 wnekly lulIlt rlr- UIUlIlft any aelro jUIIIIII rlrru U a h ur III nltu1I Fold by all nrwdralera New York 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the money Then ou will take no otherand thats why we advertise And tfC are using our advertising money so that both of usyou as well as wewill get a benefit Hence for your Lion Head WE GIVE BOTH FREE AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO II Southern Normal School I Nasal cclll mli Dyspepsia UNNCo3610 our Vote I acknowledgment litTfirstprire 100000G100000fir Would These Checks PREMIUMS LION COFFEE Bowllnoc GrecoBnsinass Gollooco EdNAOE1tIENTOne the Coming YearDNDUEDS of the trading PBOVBSS01fAr and nostxass Han of the eonn are OSADUArrs of J are taught Primal EUJl1sh Traohera1reparatnry Sclrnl1lJc Classic Eloenttot and these lastttudons The following eonrll4I Law Business Shortllan TY P4nmanllhlp TeletraJby and Civil Serrlce Vocal Mlteie Inlltrumrnwl lus1eAny studentwill have the privilege of entering the School and Who inters BusuNrss COLlltGK charges We tintwo months tuition free with every five scholarehlnlssn bythoBowling or branchrs Without extra Business College 1Ru sure anti mention course wanted when you write Catalogue free Address H n unKIWY General Manager nWLINn + IT t r- I4 w I t 1 r- I Is r w a I A 4 t ttw I IrI ut h AJ I Ot- tr J It I 1t I 4 THE TRUST AND PARKER How They Nominated Him and Why They Expect to Control Him That Judge Parker owes his nomi nation BS the DiMiiocMtie candidate for the Prfsidincy to octtain power ful fiunnclal interests in Wall street In n mAtter nl record The chief pro moter of his candidacy was August Ikhuont On April 15 three days before the HRseinulliig of the New York Democratic State Convention which instructed delegation to the National Convntion to v ite as a unit for him Judge Parker paid n visit to New York City The objct of that visit tend what occurred nt the con it rencts which attended it were set forth fully and frankly in the New York Times an ardent Parker sup porter on the foil twang day Appended is an extract hint its re portfudge Alton B Iaikr spen t sew tral hours in this city yesttriay in consolation with Wllliaii K Sheehan and others dl cussing principally the draft of the plallorm which has been prepaid by exSunator David B Hill for adoption at next Mondays Democratic State convention Judge inrker Mr Shetnan and August Belmont lunched together and late in the nlttpiocm Judge Park er accompanied by Mr Sheennn left for his home nt Ksopu where he will remain until after the State Convention Mr Shennu will remain at judge Talkers home until some time today when he will go to Allnny to take the approved drift of the pht form luck to Senator Hills it stands the platform is un derstood to have the full approval of Judge Parker all of the propositions advanced bysenator Hill as being likely to attract the rah sal v He having been eliminated at the wish ol the prospective candidate lor the PrehiI dencyThe platform which has been ap proved and which wilt be presented to the convention 01 Monday is un derstood to be drawn on ultraconservative lines and to avoid ell refer ences to the rocks on which the party split in the last two national campaignsThe plankof the platform thus approved and subsequently adopted by the convention reads as follows Corporations chartered by the State must bi subject to just regulation by the State in the Interest of the people There is no mistaking the meaning of that declaration It abolishes na tiara control of trusts and all similar combinations if emh Idled in law it would compel the repeal of the statute under which the Northern Securities suit was brought and won by Presi dent Roosevelt It Is absurd to sup pose that Judge Parker who is nothing if not an able and experienced lawyer could have read and approved this declaration without fully comprehending Its meaning It is equal ly absurd to suppose that David B Hill and Mr Belmont were not fully aware of Its Intent and of its effect In operation were It to become a law No question that was to come before the New York convention was calcu lated to command more careful con alteration from Judge Parker and his friends in this conference than that of trusts Nobody knew better than they that the only reason for taking the Democratic nominee for the Presidency from the State of New York was that President Roosevelt had Incurred the bitter hostility of Wan street because of his uncompro mising conduct In enfjrcing the law against the trusts The Deruociatlc hope rested solely upon finding a candidate who would be acceptable to the trusts and who would not only get their votes but their money in the campaign Judge Parker knew this and Mr Belmont knew it The only safe course was to put In a dec t laratlon favorable to the trusts and this was done After the convention had ben held and the platform ba1 been adopted the Democratic Slate Committee met on April 30 to organize for the cam paign In the interim not a word came from Judge Pak r expressing dissatisfaction with the platform which aside from its trust deliver ance was weak and meaningless There had been much discussion as to the chalrmansulpof the committee and severs candidates for the past ton had been suggested The Park er Influence was exerted ftr Cord Meyer and he was elected The same Influence was exerted for Pat rick H McCarren for chairman of the executive committee and he also was electedWho Is Cord Meyer and who is Patrich II McCurren Let the record tell the story Cord Meyer was one of the original stockholders in the first organization of the Sugar Trusts in 1X97 Sixteen- r fining companies enterred the com bitation with a total value of 6 5fJO1 ooo The second company to enter was the Dick Meyer Company in which Cord Meyer was Interested This company was put in at 2001 ooo and to it was issued a total of several millions in trust certificates That was the usual tiust method of procedure ai shown in the Ship building Trust exposure have- Meyer I testifying before atrunt hives I tigation which was conducted by a pint committee of the two houses of the New York Legislature In 1807 said with hit usual frankness that the Sugar Trust was formed to con trol the price and the production of sugar in the United States Evidence Nai presented at the same Investiga tion that the Trust controlled the su gar business even down to the reI taller by a system of factois agreements and that grocers who would not sign these factors agreements tllT sell sugar at the price dictated by the Trust had their supply shut oil It was shown that even with the tre mendous capitalization the Trust pall dividends of 12 pet cent It was also shown that seven or eight large refineries wtrc shut down and that j between 5000 and 6000 men were thrown out of employment perman ently In their report the Investigating Comm ittee which had gone into the Tobacco Rubber and wall paper trusts as well as the sugar trust fit clared that very such combination caPI1Ichannels speculation Every such combination was followed by tht closing and dismantling of factories the discharge of labor and the con centration of the business of many separate organizations into a few of the runny factories controlled by the combinationTo all the members of the committee save one affixed his signature The dissenting member was Patrick H McCarren who made a minority report defending the trusts aid rspecinlly the sugar trust as the bencficient institu tions WIIS It by mere accident that these two trust bentficiarlts and defenders were put in charge of the Democratic campaign in New York Meyer in addition to having been a stockhold er In the Sugar trust is a director in a half dizn or more other trusts He is a millionaire and ip personally acquainted with the magnates of Wall street N n sooner w a + the New York delegation secured for Parker than Meyer began to pn the hat in Walt street for Cunds to promote the Parker candidacy Laying that Belmont hal borne all the expense to date and that others should help in order to get Parker nominated His function is to collect the uioney from the truss while McCarren is to spend it where it will do the most good McCarren was known for years as the worst man in the New York Legislature and money placed in his hands wi 1 be used on other than Sunday school principles One other point remains to be taken from the record At the Democratic State convention which chose the Porker delegation four President electorsat large f r the State w cIselected One of these was J trues T Woodward President of the Hanover National Bank of New Yrk another was Henry Payne Whitney son of the late William C Whitney and a third was I alor SIr u These withdrew several weeks later under a loud outcry from the Democratic press led by the Ncw York World because one as President of H Nition a Bank and the others as directors In Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont nuke a hump back straight neither will it make Ia amongthe short leg long but it hods soft bone ticket and bone sampleSCOTT mltt 40941 Street York Soc lAd iiooj all droggisuew PR PIERCES FAVORITEPRESCRIPTION j jr CURES BACKACHE NERVOUSNESS HEADACHE AND KNESSI nO such institutions were it elgihle under the law They were put on the ticket for the annie reason that Meyer and McCcsrren were put In charge ol the campaln work to invite the confidence and contributions of the moneyed interests of Wan street It ts said that the Democrats will cRmpalgnIvans years Where will they get It From the trusts which are angry al President Roosevelt because he re fused to allow them to violate the law or to look upon them as above the law Will the trusts give money to Parker in view of the antitrust plank of the St Louis Patform Why should they not That is not his plank but Bryans Parkers plank Is In the New York platform and the trusts can easily get assurance from Belmont and Meyer that he will tand by that Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the rl1 surl Pa cific Railway from St Louis to Puefc lo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 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JIIUII Eaa oaatyelp iiii tit the JrIn qr etr Ii SEXAion FAIKUV I Wits i fled of hh irnir atSi f formallyII ttsaineiit at tut asap Us u r Cr is again ru jrel that the Tap I Kzhss3 lost 2010 wa in au ltUSIICI fcsfulattack on Port Arthur t WIFE was recently nmtella di vioce from her hiisuuud by a Chicago v Mge who embraced in the decree a J gment against the husband for K000 00 alim vjv 3 UMiiiA has resumed diplomatic iAtions with the United States Cits crowns the c max of Democrat c disappoint menu andrubs the spell njers of the Panama iWleIftoM TAGfAinr the chairman vt the Democratic Campaign commit A ia known in Icdiana as the sand vitih man If his candidate is elect Sl we are for him fur Superintendent r the souphouse department 7K a recent decision a Cleveland cio Judge held that a baby cart- skS unequivocally a necessity in all mazes where a baby was a resident iaft that the baby buggy could not jis sold by a sheriff to make a debt I xiinst the father MANY of the leading newspapers of reEast have been begging the Hon Javid B Hill to tellwhy he stood IJT before the St Luis convention ted declared he din lt know how i age Parker stoodoh the money juxjfltioii But Mr Hill openeth not j is fawrauiuni CLEADING Democrats ad nut that Vuxlge Parker would not have been a nisinated for President it the con Tomtion had known his attitude on Jte money question That seems tov aeu frank admission that Mr Parker trcLOW on the ticket through take yItStenees ATTENTION iscuJed to the atatel xaiitt made by the County School 3rok Commission iu an other column SlkBIiKPUnurAN gratuitously pub1d Mbzd aJ l Kiattert I educational frt cud it takes pleasure in leuI to iuvite spare to this question as it pubeWHO IS IGNORANT We said last week that J udgo Park b i practically wrote the financial cunk iu the Democratic platform in L Jn3 Hartford Herald in its issue next tsd5r we made the statement and re rring to same says 1llJH KHMIIIH tO llH eltljfT M 1IJM HXlllllIt t lltIIM Inn amr IT 1IliIiItiIIMit nt mir t ii rtv Kxtiinnf linlh t rr a IXtini- Vfll till IHIHHI rli IiI kllilit ttitn I ii Iifi plunk In in i Jlt tllMIlti III rf rqw II I ItVIT In lllH i kllllcllll llt 1I in- tlie I may 11frtH v ilIlnlll hilt I v uvit nice ol trt r hr ii cr 11 111 it isti public vt w ittt to say 111141 what we want to say is that we dont deem it nice and altogether genteel of our dear brother to tell his few readers that we are ignorant With due deference to the Herald we will say that our knowledge of the Democratic platform was not obtained from the columns of the Herald We learnedwhat we know of the St Louis convention and the platform adopted by it from the Associated Press report of the proceedings of the convention This report was pub belied in every leading newspaper in the country including the LouisvilleI Herald anti the CourierT olt our leading Kentucky papers From this report we learned that after Parker j had been nominated he sent a tele personnlliing that he deemed the gold standard I firmly and irrevocably established and if he was elected he wouldcon tinue the present financial policy the telegram also authorized Mr Sheehnn to decline the nomination for him d such financial principals were not satisfactorily accepted by the conven tion By a resolution passed by the convention Parker and his financial views were accepted That such were the proceedings it the St Louis convention we dare say the Herald will agree Iu fact it must agree These things actually occured Now agreeing thus fir ware e willing to submit that the Demo jcratic platform has either a financial plank or a Parker plank and if it contains a Parker plunk the Parker plank is about the gold standard f money being firmly and irrevocably established And money is fnaocI Hence the platform contains a plank about the financial question even if it is the Parker financial plank then why this lubdubbery and siipinpaugliism on the part ofI Herald Who is ignorant has attempted to misrepresent AUTANZAS Aug 3 Rain is boldly needed here Corn is suffering some for rain in this vicinity Prof W C Overhullz opened school here last Monday with a good attendance Ferila Bidwell is having a nice rest dence erected L E Everly Is the contractor Ethyl Charlotte and Clarence TlchI and Henderson Stearman attended childrens day at No Creek last Sunday Mabel Tichenor is visiting in West Providence neighborhood this we k SmallChester Lindley this week The ice cream supper at J A Tlch roars last Saturday night was high ly enjoyed by all present CofImanIFORDSVILLE August 4 Mss Sue Ella Camp of Philpot is visiting Mrs W H SargentMr Morrison and wife of Owensboro visited his parents Mr and Mrs E N Morrison this wetkc Mrs C H Durbin of Louisville preaching in our town this week Little Miss Maude and master Chude House who have been visit ing at Caneyville returned home yesterdayMrs R Shrewbery and children who have been visiting atCaney and Leltchfield returned home Monday Mr Bartley Howard of Alaska is visiting his lather Mr J B How ardMisses Nellie Hinton and Minnie Matthews of Tanznt visited Miss Clida Matthews Friday and Satur ay Mr and Mrs S M Wilson will go South Carrollton Thursday where they will teach this term d Mrs Floyd Keown died at her home near town Saturday afternoon of eon gumption Mr Robert Crider went to Owens orn Tuesday Mr and Mrs C C Bratcher visited the country Sunday and Monday f5 Benton Harbor Mich ani Return 5 Via Big Four Route Train leaves Seventh St depot Monday August Sh at 8 oclock a m Get tickets at City Ticket office 259 Ave and at depot S J Gras V nl Agt I i i I The above is the likeness ol the lion Chas M Crowe whose law j 1cArrl appears in another column ofI Tin RurunucAS Mr Crowe was born and reared inI the western part of Ohio county fin early manhood graduated with hon ors from Hartford college He taught for several years in the public schools and was during one year Vice Prtsi studIiedpractice as a member of the Hartford- I Bar He removed to Daviess county i land taught for several terms in the leading schools of the county was nominated in 1901 by the Democrat ic party ot Davless county for the Legislature was elected and again nominated and elected in 1903 j As a member of the Kentucky Legislature he won distinction by con static of attention to his duties Mr Crowe with his family has come back to make Hartford his future home and enter actively into the practice of I iw a his permanent profession her wlch his persistent diligence has eminently fitted him Seven Hills Clmtauqua Owens boro Ky For the above occasion round trip j tickets will be sold from 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 nth and iSrh with limit of one day from rate of sale at rate of r5i for round trip S R VAN METER U THREE FORKS August 2The health ol our community is generally good H Liles returned last Friday from Ohio county whir he had spent a week visiting friends and relatives The musical entertainment given at G P Washers on last Saturday night was largely attended There were several from here attended the singing at Halifax Allen county last Sunday I Mr Robt Lawrence ot the Indian I House country visited his daughter Mrs Mhry Liles Sunday Mr J M Parker got shot threeI times for insulting a lady a few hays agoMr Tom Keeth and Miss Nola Bratton returned home last Thursday from Sugar Grove Butler county Messrs E and Lee Cox returned home last Thursday from Hardin county where they spent a few days with friends and relatives Cecil Dunn has bought the P H Beckhams property at Kepler and will move to same this week rSick Headache For Several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe charac ter She doctored with several eminent physicians and at a great ex pense only to grow worse untilshe was unable to do any kindof work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is realwell says Mr Geo E Wright of New London New York hot sale byall rugglstsIBiennial Encampment Knights of Pythias Louisville Ky On account of above occasion round- trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam at rate of 3 40 Tickets ont sale Aug j2th to 15th limited to Aug 31st for return S B VAN METER Agt Plan for Farmers JournalfJ Last Fridays Fordsville Independ ent says I- On last Saturday the Farmers Un ion took in Fordsville and held a splendid meeting They report over 900 members in the county and their organization is constantly grow- Ing I At this meeting they decided to launch a Farmers Journal to be print ed at present at Fordsville but later on they figure on having a plant ol their own But at present they will hive the Independent to get out their raper Mr J H Thomas will be jthtir editor It will be issued month ly at first but lateron they will change to a weekly It will be all home print b colume folio esIn Memory Of little Kssie Smith daughter of Mr and Mrs Have Smith who departed this life July i6th I9n 1 ui e i year and 24 days Papa and mamma do not weep fort little Es + ie I know you miss her so much but she is a little angel waiting for you to meet her in the resur rection morn Oh mamma how you will miss her when papa is gone and you are alone Oh how papa will miss htr when he comes in and sees not little Fssles smiles COUSIN ROSA eSMALLHOUS Aug 2 Mr II D Hunt was the guest of his mother at Rochester last Friday and Saturday Mr A M Hunt spent a few days the titter part of last week at his home here Alonzj France has gone to MIs- souri to visit his mother and sisters He will be absent all the summer it he secures work Miss Oma Maddox made a tlvirg trip to Rockport Thursday The farmers around here who have been quite busy for the post week in their nuadows are about through Mr and Mrs James C Drake and Mr R D Hunter were atCentertown I Thursday I Clarence Ovtrhuls and Miss ILttia Hunter attended the protracted I meeting at South Carrollton last j Tuesday evening Mrs Lou Overhuls is the guest ol j her son Mr Jese Hill near South Carroliton I Mr Ab Yeiser was the guest ol M P Maddox recently CRr1IMr Cas Mason Mr Jennie Brown wife ol Mr ntarIand three children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Funeral services were held by Rev Boggess of Beaver Dam alter which her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Equality Mrs Dutch Houk is the guest of her sister Mrs Zach Reid Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway have returned from a trip to Beda Mrs Clark Igleheart and little daughter Roxy are quite sick Mr and Mrs T L Withrow and children are spending this week in Central City the guest of friends Little Misses Nola and Nellie Tate are the guest of their aunt Mrs C E OvertonMr h Addington and niece Miss Maude Ball will start for Boon ville lad Tuesday for a visit to bis brother Mr Dock Addington Misses Hattie and Maggie Bagwell Nelson Ky were the guests ot Mr and Mrs W T Howell Saturday and SundayMr White and family moved to Ceralvo Saturday- W G Harris was in Ceralvo Satur dayQuite a large number of our young people went to Ceralvo Saturday ev J ening to an ice cream supper at Mr i W E Mortons Rev Jones of Drakesboro arrived Monday to assist our pastor Rev 01 he Weir in the protracted meeting in progress at Shallhouq church Snake in the Soup McKenzie Tenn August 3 A child and a negro cook were poisoned in Henty county from eating soup The family was away at church and left the child with the cook The little fellow got hungry and the cookI gave him a bawl of bread and soupI and he died within half an hour The cook was accused of poisoning the child when the family heard of manner of is death but explained that she bad only given tithe soup made from boiling a cabbage for dinner and in order to convince her em ployers that she was innocent drank of the soup hereelf with the result that she also died in ashort while great agony An investigation by the family developed 4 the tact that a small green snake had been hidden in the cabbage and had been cooked in it I rJtml Early RiserstTho famous little pills FAMOUS CASE OVER DOG Kentucky Man Wins Suit at Evansville For ICoJlie ICvatisville Ind Aug 21he celebrated case over the ownership of a dog which has been on the dockets of the local courts for sonic time is settled so M s Kvausville court ore concernedJustice Pool has dreidfd that John Bom ol Raskett Ky Is entitled to the shepherd ml fe wnich wn spirit ed across the Oiio river to Mrs Rom Aclorn living in Knight township by her brother VilHun IC Wrlls who contested the dogs ownership with Horn The latter recovered the animal from Mrs Adorn on a writ ol replevin and finally by Justice Iooles decision Saturday Wells says he will bring a replevin suit against Horn in Kentucky He says he has a prior claim to the dog White Wells ha I the dog several weeks ago Bum got a replevin in Ken tucky and that caused Wells to send the dog to Indiana Notice to Public Anyone having chatty to bottom will do well to see t meSTIiVKN HlXliS tl Hartford Ky OASTcnXABwri thetheKid Ycu Han Awrs Bantf Signaturel u4 License to Wed bI1- htt The loilown J Ifrmils tn tied crntlc l v County Cltk M Si RHultnd since our lust Issn F M Graham Narrows to IMin JjRberlsInnis idle i I A Bad StomachLrsipna the usefulness and titans till lisp plllrsl of Its a 11fInot Ilro lIenrtburtljblkhllll liendaclieHoodsSarsaparilla Cures a had stoinnch IiutlKestlon and dys pepsin and tilt cure Is permanent Accept no substitute CHAS M CROWE LAWY1AH + HAUTKOIM KY Will prattler III Irrn In nil ti Ir- IIllIhlll and iKljuiiiliix ountl 1111111Ih niir of AlpeiiU SI1 nttiiitlun itlvin tv rlinlnnl inn tliH niil to ollfiliiM IIINV irtiir Mur Lrt mill I rnttr utrttK TlnilliiK ruriivr il our J We I Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Miimtnin Route opt imttes lull man Toiirtst sleep l4 St lmiis Io 1IIllai1Ivia Little Rock Daihs Foil Uoith and HI Paso The Idtd Route to Cai fill II III I nst scheiluli Cheap Colonist ntts in eflcct Iaily during Starch mind Ajnl IYII1iCnlilotiiu and the North West Put ninn Tourist sltepcis von MINKOIIM Pacific ly leave St Ioiiis cvtu Thursday o a in from Kansas Cit 11 dne diys Thursdays and Fndis It p ni utiiii via Pueblo P k R Systfin tlunugh r1tlhHII1 Springs Salt take City to Odt etc InUIt seeker nisi Coloiut rut- rto virlous pints in tilt Vwi at Southwest every first uid third 1IIH days each inontli liar map frlt r descriptive liuiatnre routes etc con suit nearest Ticket Agent or addict AILouisville Kv FOR SALE illIgin a Scholarship in the IJoul irlg 1111 Ittroam oege Xornial school tlnjinrhncnt i Silioinisliip in the MtsM t Ittisiiuris College nt Iouisvill For 1urthcr ini niiiUini illfat or aii dllO s TilE HJIIUIII 1 os o tBIG 0 UR e Till IIIH MM T- Ot P Indianapolis Peoria Chicago Andall puiiitH in ludinnad I and Michigan I I rBuffalo JIAnd All Points East 4- a Information cheerfully turn ii i rPicketf JrI y- CenI Agt Passenger Dept ILlui i1Ie KI111111111011 t Are NotThe only people in busino but we are tilt only people offering such excellent values in seaaonuhle goods You ore to be the judge lows this Mens and Youths Pants that sold for 4M now StOO I I I I J i7Ut 250 u u tt tt O70i l 5 tt cc tt 200 ttI25t tc H II 150 100 II II tcI25 5- Sulflner goatover a single article Jnordtrfo move them wo make thebenefitCome early and get the be- stYcttrt4 rTrtily The Brown Mercantile ColII Nltltl I6t- IRIMCHENRY KYA Y A1 w NV I I d I I I I I I I 1 I 1t I I a I1 + 1 Ir tIt i 1I JII I JJ I1t- 1 Iis a- a i H J 111No So No Cn II to DI- Ii on Sp ca go- tZ 1Pu w8U1i Ca gar e iTida A J- I t 1 I Y- P to I P 7r 4- r il 1t I r A oJ I t r r r 1 r- i i t F I 19cx = Dont Miss XI tFair Cosil I CENTS tiC aa W1E aa 2 aII x and- ToMorrow 2 it k Y i Ii x IiI 9c9caiiii 0 eI Ii ellI I Hartford FRIDAY AUGUST 5 Ullnols Central RallroadTlme Table Nortli Bonuil Month Konutl No 132 dun 40rt m No 131 ililtltini KIII No 10Jclu 40p in No till dui 244 pm Mu139 due 1230 pm No 131 ilup I irp in Fresh fish at City Restaurant It you need a barrel of Flour see Carson Co- If you need a suit of Clothes come e to Carson Co Mr D W Kendall of near Beaver Dam called at this office Tuesday If you are In need ol Groceries cal on Carson Co Moore Crabtree will pay cash for Spring Chickens 3t2 Leslie Mile asspleasant caller Tuesday This Is the month to buy seasonable goods at low price CARSON Co 1 J Economy Store for Novelties New f Pursep Loce Stocks latest In Belts Rev E D Maddox Centertown was a pleasant caller Wednesday Why dont you ask for tickets and make a guess on the election CARSON Co tCall on Moore Crnbtree for Alfred Carters pure Apple Vinegar 25c per gallon 3t2 F M Allen Centertown called at THE RUPUHMCAN office Wednesday l I xi9i ToDay al ell SEL 344 aaaaaaaaal Republican Latest styles in Low Cut Shoes atI i SAM BACIIS iG B Smith Taffy was a pleasant yesterday M L Polles Jingo called to see us Saturday Prof H H Davis Centertown made us a pleasant call Wednesday W A Hill Ceralvo paid us a pleasant call Monday Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eatI For Boys Clothing see our line ECONOMY STORE M F Kimley Ceralvo called at THE REPUBLICAN office Monday iCity Restaurants Ice Cream is fine Try It City Restaurantmost uptodate place in Hartford Call and see IFer Sewing Machines and suppli call on Gross Williams at City Rt taurantNew lot of boys and childrens Suits and Odd Pants just received ECONOMY STORE We buy Ginseng and herbs THE BROWN MERCANTILE CO- Render Ky All of our Straw Hats fire for Fae andwe let you maketheselection and also the price CARSON Co ILeave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers Work guaranteed Prompt delivery46t1 IA complete line of Hamilton Brown adits and gents Slippers just re I celved SAM BACH I ISpecial Coach Excursions to St August and gth I3th I i6th 23rd and joth 735 for round trip Limited 7 Hays for return I Tickes not good in sleeping cars S B VAN METER Apt I J W Morris Jingo was a pleasant caller Monday Miss Ella Herring began her school at Sunnydale Monday J T Rowe Centertown made us a pleasant call Monday Dr Barrett Deanfield alln town Tuesday and Wednesday Everett and Jefse Smith CenUvo called at this office Wednesday V C McIntire Ceralvo called to see us while in town Monday Ben L Davis Sunnydale cared at Tin RKITHIICAN office Monday Worth Bell Mataras calledat Tin RhltHLiCAN office Wednesday Albert Petty Fordsville made us R pleasant call while in town Saturday Willie Park of Clear Run neigh borhood called at this office Wednesday J B Maddox Point Pleasant call ed at TIII RllUiiilCAN office Wed nesday Miss Lula Hudson Louisvilleis the guest of her mother Mrs Emma Hudson E D Oldham Beaver ream was a pleasant caller at Tin RIP I1rICAN office Monday Joe B Saiderlur ot the Sanderfurs Crossing neighborhood called to see us Wednesday Harry Brown Rockport was a pleasant caller at THE REPUBLICAN of fice Wednesday Mr Ha ry OBannon and family have moved into the house recently erected by Prof H W Patterson Mr and Mrs E W Patterson are the proud parents of a new born son He arriveS Monday August 1st Missts Katharyn Collins and Gol da Moseley left Sunday for a two weeks stay at the St Louis Fair Miss Grace Park of Amlersonvllle Daviess county visited her uncle Esq Jas A Park and family this weekRev R D Bennett and daughter Miss Martina attended the camp meeting at Yelvln ton the first of the week Mrs Frank Ross of the Center town neighborhood died Tuesday af ter a lingering illness of several monthsDrs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner upstairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf Dr A S well who has been sick at the home of his mother at Owensboro has recovered and is able to resume his practice Ex SheriffS T Stevens left Wed nesday for Evansville Ind where he Is attending the air as the representative of the Ohio county fair com pansMr and Mrs R D Walker Prof and Mrs A P Taylor and Miss Fan ole Render who have been attending the Worlds Fait for the past several daysreturned home Tuesday Mrs Thos B Petrie and daughters Annie Ruth and Leila May have returned to their home at Brazil Ind after an extended visit to Mrs Petries parents Mr and Mrs J E Fogle A petition was filed in county court Monday asking that an election be held in the town of Hartford for the purprs of determining whether the sale of spirltous vinous and malt liquors shall be continued in Hart ford Bargains in clothing at the Econo my Store see them 300 and 4oo suits at 2 45 5 00 suits at 345 65i suits at 395 7 50 suits at 5 45 S 50 suits at 5 95 10 and 12 50 suits at 745 It will pay you to see these suits before the best are picked over splended values The County court Monday made PI order directing the opening of a public ditch full pa ttculars of which appeared in THE REPUBLICAN sometime ago The ditch which will be ten feet wide and three feet deep wit be dug at the cost of the beneficiariei andwill cost about 2 4 0 andwill drain hblut 2 5 0 ticttsm Ruuh rive r swamps t Tuesday late In the afternoon a horse belonging to Mr L T Bun ard which was being driven by tn railroad men who were here attending cr urt became frightened ran away demolished one wheel of the buggyand threw the men out Injuring them slighilv The hors ontlnurd its flight until it reached Mr Barnards stable ti T H Black Is attending the Evans vine Fair- Herman Stogner Centertown call ed nt this office yesterday Miss Fannye Cox is visiting rel i lives at Lewisport Ky Iria Render Matanzas called at TIE REPUBLICAN office yesterday Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines visited his son Clerk E G Barravs Wednesday WA NTED Two good experienced men to raft logs A J WILUAMS Hartford Ky Mrs C P Keown and daughters Sarah and Alice Elsie Matthews J Willie Smith Katie Thomas and J F Vickers are attending the Chau tauqua Mr Charlie Moseley Adaburg was stricken July 31st with partial paralysis and has since been unable to leave his bed He is a popular teacher having been chosen principal of the Rockport school for the current year It is to be hoped that his un fortunate afflictions will be of short duration Leslie Coombs who lives about halfway between HartforJ and Jingo happened to a very painful accident Wednesday He and another man whose name we did not learn were nailing hoards on a building when the hatchet which the other man was using came on the handle and struck Mr Coombs blade first in the top of the head inflicting a very painful nod dangerous wound f rRIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Ih Teem pnrkithinflit htarueuluirndannI hllpplJrNotice- I have received official notice from Superintendent Fuqua that the per capita is 295 for the State Ttking Into account the amount necessary to make up the deficiency In schools re potting less than fortyfive the per capita will be reduced to about 2 88 here in Ohio county JAS M DEWEESK S C S has ever equalled it IINothing can ever surpass it KingsNew IFor PrleouonsOLDII 1 to I A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It felt Trial Bottles free I t Special Bargains for J August J Wo mean to make the month of August one of the greatest bargain months ever given by us during our several years of business in order to reduce to its lowert limit our summer stockso that we can make room till our large fall- S stock which arrives September bargainZcounters and oiler special val ues in Summer Clothing Dross goods and all other thin goods such as Organdies Dimities Lawns Foulard Sills Etc Straw Hats for gents and children Lowcut Shoes for men ladies and children also 44illally other things too numerous to mention Dont tail to visit us in this month You cant 4 s afford to rare we L tiring along Produce of all + kinds highest market 5 JL for carry home double value in merchandise ors for for liberal A patronage of I S hoping to merit a continuance of we are always Yours for business IS J TIC HEN 0 R MoHenr3r I y pppppppppppppE = = = July Clearance Sale = = 10 Black Clay Worsted Suits at 250 Sizes to Ir 10 Wool Suits Regular 700 Goods at 495 sizes V 12 Youths Suits Black Clay Worsted at 235 Sizes 14 to 19 pairs Wool Pants 125 Dress Goods Best Calico5cFactory Cotton 5c Bleach CottonGeHe-avy Bedticking15e 3 pairs Suspenders 25c 0 Big Handkerchiefs25cLa- dies and Childrens Hose5c- iood Top Shirts 25c lOne Suit Underwear 45c i u H miss the values oflbr your and get price same and the that oth would pay you them 4 Thanking you your the past season and the same l 35 42 All All f 25 All Shoes25 pairs Hamilton Brown Fine Shoes aat 125I2uallystore at prices as cheap as the cheap est Dont tail to attend this sale for it means a saving to your pocketbook a1 I a It SAM BACH Hartford 2 1 J 3 33333333333333 aaaaaaaaaaaa2I L QOOOOOOOOOO I AOST REVENGE 0 1 0 oooooooooooHis death came upon her as a ifcw There could bno doubt of iSsL She had never anticipated atho would die so soon The mUll iak w had bcun her husband and ill was dead She could onlv thinkof ffixet nt first How she hid bated him JEIe had bought lur as the wife he S lieeirod So suny he nuit have CIYf loved her I5iit la had never SAMnvn it She had fred him urrii- ajhr that very first day when till naeftt nway together from the lhttrlt Jamrn the Hat LTHV road by till chouses vIierltIll old women esJfTod bobbing in the rain over the imElfige green haunted by wandering jfjpiise whose feathers were blown aifce wrong way by the wind that sSfcmny day of their marriage He yeast have once desired her How Mr had stared at her in the shadow I visEtho shut carriage while the hoofs Tf the horses splashed in the pud- B =9 of the country road Hiles slightly3tKfezveled over her face and his full i 3r3 moved under his black mus viiba but he said nothing lIon she hal hated him The rooming after their i iiad tried to scaje weddinII Sfc slippedout of the frrOuu lmtehit J lover in the gray ffifojpnc of the dawn when he was aSfeepmg The sullen sea which they ware to cross presently roared in las curE und t hea gulls cried to I 2wr irom the foam llecked pebbles asT the steeply curving beach The I feoJJ of a stt uner lomned on the rag cyri horizon and tin rain drove over fltifc shining aspludt ways Two or rt8y sailors hanging about with gjaakeil flaps drawn down above their it aees and hunched shoulders MC d at her a she crept from the xutfi grnin of humanity swept by- ish whirlwind Mow cold it was sjunii how desolate In the wind xsne to her the strangled whistle yjtfan engine und then she knew she T5BS too late The train was flushing b5tiysue struggled on against the fcaipftst She returned to his emI How she hud hated him And they traveled The voatiw peaks of8wit7erland the f pjeen valleys where the chalets rest Jtvz on the steep slopes as if tired said pausing but for a moment the Havi lakes of Italy the oldslid I jttaxxes with their streets full of the Mez NXS of dead voices the weary vTsr25Uia passively enduring shrillcall Ting tourists the vineyards where Hiss was laughter and was song she fekH seen them all with him She linXid them nil Even the flat reach tfef the venerable Nile and the rose fjTivdens of Damascus were loath iffiKSAi to her And now he lay dead nightingalesdniig l jLr i EzlgIamm12Dle mured his name as she passed by I jssYrmnred it in admiration while iaft blood flamed in her cheek at riiwrught that sue was his The 7 pat world took her for awhile LJic her and gave to her only such ryfmfound weariness In the park- eruTBt victoria stood against rJ1nhS in the hot sun and the murI rorer of society rippled round her rvstj1ji the trees and the queens heI wr iety and time courtesans who Ate recognized queens the sinnerI iriDgnita und the queen jguised her by she sickened again itwl thought of the rose gardens of j Iarnascus and wondered it the world xvsuuld give to her nothing if his i fisJaarjow must be upon everything tllyr the shadow of fate brooding lihirfk over time pleasuunce of life ciri vondercd in a malady of dream JU2f5 and the voices under the tree81 JIillishe posed because for a iKisat she ceased to thiflkof them 9T3n she drove home as the twilight wrherod about time city and tried to j 1xJSfthit all in vain She dreaded j ivt trilling of nights as children aExuau the grave How she had hated him Jtud then u golden thread BftbJw the web of her tangled twinedI IjizSsi One in the midst of undurstoodljSwsRpair and stayed awhile outside ititE grating of her cell to whisper I iars romfort The dew fell upon the tSior parched flower und sue opened rfcjr petals to reotive it but so se rl ady always so ecrctly Surely gtLra9zawuy1jo j iiarjrat her to see the stars through j ifeiar grating of her cell mind ho told fcz of the rising of the moon And iijaec ho clime it tiiined to her tha- t1id ghtilars WITI always sing i lhucjiTicl now tit jrler had gone away 5fcm5 ver The prison doors were d aatti She stejUK oiU into toe star i light and the moonlight He llay dead in the room below her She timid not seen him dead She must go down into that silent place where I he lay in silence She thought only of him Her small face was very white as she walked softly down the stairs She saw the merry motes dancing in the cloud of gold dust that till sun shed obliquely through time leaded lattices of the hall and I she turned her eyes away from them and wished the sun would go down With till darkness her strange con straint of cidm might fade away She longed to fuel more natural She passed through the door very quietly and closed it behind her and locked it lie had been laid upon the wide couch where sue sill some times at eventide alone A white covering shrouded the great form that her girls tlesh had shuddered at had shrunk from so often A ray of dying light gliirtod where time head was When she drew Iwiek time covering the rayslmomme upon the grimy swollen face into which sue gazed for a long while The upper lip was drawn back from the strong white teeth TIll mouth seemed to grin callously She could fancy that the flown soul of the dead man was laughing somewhere far oil and that the body which in life had so ofttfci obeyed time spirit with the weakness of custom still mechanically bowed to its will still revealed outwardly that which was no longer prisoned within it Yes as she looked at the mouth she felt that the dead mans soul was laughing She wondered why timid ns sue stood wondering over the smooth shaved lawn past the sundial timid the leaping silver of time fountain one came to the garden roomthe man who understood her and had striven to comfort her He did not know yet lie stole so soft lv because he believed her hll1111111iWI1 living and not because he knew he was dead He stood at the window and whis pered her name and us he spoke a rush of joy swelled through her heart She left the dead face un covered ami crossed to him Is he gone he asked He is gone she answered Kiss me He caught her passionately and pressed hums lipon hers How I love von he murmured How 1 love you As he said time words she turned round from him und looked buck into the slowly darkening roomIA stranpe horrible fancy seized her She thought she heard the dead man laugh When will you give yourself to me her lover whispered I have waited so long Come leave prison house Let the jailer 1i1idI the cell door open when he the prisoner escaped j She unfivered him He will never return to find me He held her closer against his heart You have resolved to dare all then to hire all for my sake A wild triumph shone in her white girls face a wild triumph thrilled in her sweet girls voice as she replied I The prison house has crumbled to the dust The prisoner is free He strained her yielding body in his arms ICYOil mean that you will come that you will leave him to long for you You will forsake him I love I you But she shrank from him again and trembled She looked behind her into that still shadowy room Time warm blood in her young body seemed to freeze Surely she heard j the dead man laugh again in the gathering darkness I j You will leave him You will come There is no need she said I He kept her in his arms His kisses never left her face He wins peredIlIe 0 loosened his arms from about I her His mouth left hers j She pointed backward into the room which was now quite dark j He is there lying dead And you i love me and I am free I She lifted her face to his and her eyes were full of happy tears But I he looked at her and muttereda curse between his teeth The love I died from his face and left it hard and wild with impotent disappoint despairThen away He turned away and went out into the twilight across the smooth shaved lawn past the sundial and the leaping silver of the fountain and beyond into the night He laid been the dead mans life uponhishated had passed beyond his power to hurt lie could never wrong him through all the years Why should ho stay Sue sank down by the wuidow without a cry Sue could not un Terstand And in the silence and the close darkness the dead man laughed Sketch Too Industrious EnmploycrI have noticed Mr Timson that you of all the clerks Cern to put your whole life and soul into your work that no detail is too small to escape your criticmlmit tention no hours too long to cause you to repine Clerk joyfuhyYes sir Employer And so Mr Timson I am forced to discharge you at j once It is such aft u that h1ISenatorial Thoroughneu What mire the duties of the UnitI ed States senate inquired time s itor from abroad You see said tho man who now admits that he cant tell you all about MJally n great on sides of anv question Yes Well it is the business of tho senate to see that it is allsaid Washington St lliHe Couldnt Understand An eccentric minister in Virginia was noted for quaint sayings lie was the owner of a line yoke of oxen and losing one of thelill loss he could ill afford was well nigh inconsolable j His good wife eiuleuv oring to comfort him quoted The Iord giveth and the Lord taketh away Yes Elizabeth I know hut I cant see what time Lord want ed with an odd steor- AUSTRALIAN TOTEMS Odd B ltefs of the Aborigines as te Their Origin An interesting report of time inn igat ions by Irofessr Baldwin SjHjmer into time question of totem ism in Australia is given in a Mel bourne paper Various myths it I seems exist as to time origin of the totom The aborigines bcikvc thai in what they tall the dnvun tinu there lived beings half luiimul half plant which were transformed into human beings and waiulercd about making the natural featurts nf Uu country Kach ancestor carried u stick and with tlmt stick the spirit of the ancestor is associated Kaeh place where an ancestor has wan dered is believed to have a spirit piritIIchild und so on Thus it is that each child has its totem i As to the ceremonial if 11 woman or child see it the eyes are put out IIor death inflicted The professor initiated by one group and was thus permitted to sue the ceremo nies The initiators bedaubed them selves with ocher down and their own blood and after going through a grotesque dance related to the mwieeis th doings of the ancestors The aborigines believe that reincur nation is continually going cm soi that many living people are accepted as reincarnations of some celebrity As to the religious or magical as pect every person believes he has influence over the animal or plant I after which he is called even to the extent of causing it to increase Asa i rule the totem is edible and in the great majority of tem is the food supply whereforeI totelljis otbIersI Squaring Account An ofiiee boy in London owed One of the clerks three halfpence The clerk owed the cashier a pen- n One day the boy having a halfpenny in his pocket was disposed to diminish his outstanding indebtedness and paid the clerk to whom he was indebted one halfpenny on account The clerk animated by so lauda ble an example paid one halfpenny to the cashier to whom he was in pennyThe owed the boy a I penny paid him a halfpenny i And now the hay having his half penny again in his hand paid an other third of his debt to the clerk The clerk with the said really current coin squared with the cushier j The cashier instantly paid the boy I in fun I And now the lad with the half I penny again in his hand paid oil time third and last installment of his halfpenceThus square all round and all their accounts adjust ed London TitBits MOCHA COFFEE Mot of It Taken by the ShICS and Govornors of Arabia I dont believe tlicro is a pound of genuine Mocha coffee on this continent a coffee merchant informs me or that 200 people in this country have ever busied it unless they have at some time visited Ara bin und drunk it at till tumble of some sheik or governor The true Mocha Is the finest cof fee grown It has a delicJous flavor that makes it as superior to the very bvst ol other brands as silk is sjipe nor to cotton limit time crop ilX tremely limited und hardly ever more sat istiesptmrtly lnnlik mands Some Arabian colVee may Juid iu way to this country It may even lie called Mocha but it is not the mil article 1 am sure and none of ILS have ever had it lucre though wo do get the Ust of other brands that arv grown in Ceylon and Java and tlmt means some mighty fine eollW Ji is not Inclm however for the whole of the trite Mocha crop ouch war wouldnt supply time conXv demands of one ward in St Louis alone fur a period of srx uhtiiuipttberrswith tilt most exquisite flavor are ongyriy taken by tIme governors and thoiks in the vicinity and they have to gtt tlkiir orders in in advance so that Jicy may be tnire of their an nual supply Tlio second grade Iwr ms go to thtf wealthier citizens not of tiki governing class maul the thirdcur poorest gnido ln rnes which an not much superior to till best Java collec mire sold to till plO plo and the demand invariably tx cecdJ the supply tell fold Somerinif a few pomiil of this chxMijksit mule of Moclui timid their way tO Constantinople hilt it is very very sellout and I dont be Iknx an ouiue of it has evvr got any farther west than that Ve gvt tin bCt co4fi grown apart from till Mochi but tIlt local conditions which jirevail where that eoirw is raised previit us from obtaining ILllJtUld I hardly think tILe r- thijig will ever be found in our mal ketsNew Orleans limnttIDemo erat PARIAH OF THE SKY LINE Coyote AJv ayc a Tantalizing MAri Forth MM With a Rifle Tlkcro Li a deal of coyotw hunting in thv xst that is not attended bv the lauoties of time club hunt Ever siru tiu first pioneers puslud tllllrI wi auriss the great plains the oU hw L ccii an outlaw looking for no mcjvv at the hand of man llis pr xiuiury habits have nuide tlui am nriid the bane of tIme ranchman and hi howl has made him till exaspera tion of tin camper and the terror of thu t4iudwfoot Then too his habit of ilulfrujg just within rifle range iedi alivaj made him a tantalizing target for the man with the rifle In sjwte if his unpopularity with allof men however the coy ote has managed to hold his own butter tJuin mtlmV other animal in the great wust Till antelope is swifter of foot mayhap but not having the of the has been prlleIticlIllThe ranchmans lust for fresh nient the eastern tourists desire for antlors and elk teeth and the native wJio slays for the market have de populated Colorado and several oth er states of their best game The bear cougar aud bobcat have felt time same blighting influence but the coyote still figures in time sky line of the average western picture Sometimes he is unwise enough to cat of poisoned carcasses of cattle but this is seldom Again he falls a victim to a coyote drive organized by ranchmen and participated in by townspeople tenderfeet newspaper oorrespondents and amateur photographers These coyote drives mire held annually or oftener in nearly nIl western communities where the prairie pest flourishes An average drive participated in by several hundred individuals will yield some times none at all A good deal de pends on the wind and more de pends on the coyotes cunning and ability to sprint Outing Recognized His Genius A writer whose stories of south am life have made him famous while on his way across the country a few years ago stopped for a day or two in one of the large cities TIme reporter for the daily papers heard of his presence in town and began flocking to the hotel He sent word to them that he had no desire to be interviewed but he wouldsee them all together in his room if they desired They came trooping in and he entertained them an hour or more with stories und reminiscences toid in styleThey with great interest and wben he had come to the end of tiun one of the reporters n youin nllW who had just begun his newspaper career said with the utmost curnoitness- Mr C why dont you write up some of those Hlingsand have them printed Theyd go like hot cakes I Mountain Lake Park ON CRKST OITHI- vME6HKNY i MOUNTAINS lopIIII r iiiiiniiiei IIhc or the Ist I Ghailtailqila JleetHio AUGUST 2nd to 30thII SWLfWIU SKU KXUKMOX TIC KIMS AIVery Low 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141I Patiola I IThe Modern tonlca dose before each meal will make you feel tJ and well PANOLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys PHARIJ DECLINE OF KENTUCKY I Political Degeneracy Keeps Old Commonwealth From Her I Rightful Place- i Just s uth of the historic Muson lewIlone of the lalrist and richest regions Iin the world conI seven watered throughout her entire extent by great rivers and countless smaller streams boundless in native resources scarcely touched as yet ler tile in soil and blessed with a genial I climate the place of Kentucky in the councils and affairs of the nation should indeed be u proudand com nmnding one Yet such Is not the j case I Although the second State to be admitted into the Union after the adop tion of the Constitution by the original thirteen States Kentucky has fail ed to hold her rightful position in the onward march of events Again and again has she had to step aside j and let some newand what she might- I regard as upstart State without her proud traditions or history take a place in front of her in population in i manufactures in development of ago I riculturein respect for law andorder And at no time has this decline this determination of the noble old Com monwealth been more marked than in the past decade j In former days the representatives- of Kentucky at Washington were men of large calibre and national ideas Today almost without exception they ate politicians of the most pronounced peanut order At one time the whole country listened with admiration or respect when a Clay or a Breckituldge or a Beck arose to address the Senate or the House Who listens now save with contempt or pity to a Blackburn or a Rhea j Then Kentuckians were sought to fill Cabinet and diplomatic positions Who would think of seeking to fill such from the Kentucky statesman of today Formerly governors and State offi I clals were chosen from the best and CommonI gerous men vate themselves by fraud and wholesale corruption to the highest posi tions in the State At the time of the Civil War Kentucky gave Abraham Lincoln to the North and Jefferson Davis to the South The Union officer Col Rob ert Anderson who fired the first shot in defense of the flag at Fort Sump ter was from Kentucky The gal lant courtly Secretary of War of the Confederate States Gen John C Brecklnrldge was likewise a Ken tuckian It is a long step from men such as these to the Jack Chlnn and the Breathitt county desperadoes of the present day Once Kentucky courts were respect ed and their decisions regarded as authorities Today with the scan dalous Powers trial in mind with their picked juries and perjured tees timony can one look to Kentucky courts for impartial verdicts and the preservation of life and limb One has to go lar afield to the persecution of Dreyfus or the Star Chamber trial of England to find analogous pro ceedingsThough a partisan legislature can promptly appropriate 100000 osten sible to discover the murderer of the sainted Goebel in reality to hang Taylor and forever damn the Republican party within the StateIt Is too jealous of the funds of the people to appropriate a single dollar to dis cover the assassins of an inoffensive citizen and respected lawyer who is shot down In cold blood on the court house steps of Jackson repairIthe tomb of President Zichary Tay lor the neglected condition of which has long been a disgrace to the State and nation was vetoed by Gov Beck ham on the ground that the finances of the Commonwealth could not stand the strain A bill to appropriate 29 oob for the erection of a second mon ument to the late Senator Goebel reo ceivedthe signature of the Governor at once This too although the sum of 15000 had already been raised by private subscription to erect a lasting memorialthe notorious Goebel bill should have proved a sufficient mor ument for all timeto the same la mented and adopted son of Kentucky There stands today in the beauti ul cemetery at Lexington a monu 1 ment to Henry Clay that was shat tered by lightning a year ago but for whose restoration the representatives of the people at Frankfort have been appealed to in vain and yet 20000 for a monument to but the contract speaks for Itself The abovj facts lools vary damag ing And unfortunately they ate all too true One need only reside in the State a short time to become ac quainted with the lamentable pa s to j which an ungodly partisanship and a willful disiignre of the rights of othersof the majority in facthave brought matters In Kentucky Yet many Kentuckians wonder why capi tal avoids their State and seeks other communities lor investment that are by nature and location lar less fav ored The reason Is not far to seek It looks however as if the height of this pitiable condition of things had been reached Already there is a troubling of the waters Already there are mutttrings to be heard among the people against those who blazenly exercise a corrupt tyranny over them and answer all objections with the Insolent query ol the infa mous Tweed What are you going to do about it But the people of Kentucky are not a supine lot like Russian serfs or the starved peasantry of Europe The oid shibboleths are beginning to be discarded Party lines are gradually loosening their hold In a State where only 13 per cent of the popula tion is colored the spectre of Negro domination cannot be successfully conjured up Many respectable and conservative members of the Demo cratic party are beginning to resent being forcibly classed with followers of Bryan and Hearst and Goebeland decline to indorse the political creed ot Col Jack Chinn thatitis theirduty to vote lor a yellow dog il the same happen to be the regular Democratic nominee against the best Republican livingThe degradation of the State and the cause of its backwarduess for many years has beer the narrow and intense partisanship shown both in National and State elections But this bids fair to cease or at 1 ast beat ated before zany years Even lifelong Democrats who voted for Bryan in both elections are beginning to cry out against the tyranny and arrogance of the corrupt Gotbel ma chine that has fastened itself on the people and is draining the vitality of the Slate and debauching its man ners Naturally this ring of unscrupu lous politicians will die hard like the silver heresy and other evils but the signs of a better day are already be ginning to show on the horizon It will call however for the best efforts of all citizens ol broad views and true patriotism to secure the extinction of this political gang of free hooters But to the candid observer although it may be deferred the fate of this ne farious ring seems sealed No people have prouder traditions than the people of Kentucky Their heritage is a noble one The early history of the State reads like a ro mance or an epic poem Her sons rendered timely and valorous service in the war of 1812 and in the Mexi can war They were the flower ofthe army on either side during the migh ty struggle ol 1861 and 1865 Nor have the Kentuckians to day forgotten their high lineage howev er appearences for a time may be against them They still remember whence they sprung And there is life of the right sort in the old State yetAs in Roman history an outraged and long suffering people finally rose and expelled the Tarquln oppressors and reestablished the Republic in all its purity as in England rotten bor ough and a corrupt parliament at length gave place to honest elections and representative government so will it be in Kentucky The day for this awakening seems close at hand There are Indications of its approach on every side When it dawns the grand old Common wealth of Clay and Lincoln of Crit tenden and Breckinrldge of Harlan and Lindsay will lay aside her present garb of sackcloth and ashes and take her proper place lu the vanguard of the sisterhood of States KENTUCKIAN Lexington Ky July 15 1904 How Fast do Birds Fly William W Murphy a locomotive engineer on the Burlingtons fast ex press between Hannibal and St Jo seph has been making observations on the speed of various birds and in sects Many birds be says make a ofIbis HALLS IheavyAlways f Stops falling hair also Sold for fifty years If 4 f aTrTftcsS pb clear and there is no wind then he1 opens the throttle and races with then He finds that a chicken hawk and a crow can make twentyfive miles in hour A turkey buzzard lies at the rate oi twentyone miles an hour The pigeon is one of the fastest birds in the United States It makes a speed of fortysix milts an hour with tase When chased by an eagle it can beat the Burlingtons St Louis Express The wild duck is traveling at the rate ol fortylour miles an hour while the hunter is pumping the contents of a repeating gun at it The blackbird robin dove and other small birds travel at a speed of thirty eight miles an hour The humming bird can and does excel a speed of a mile per minute Murphy says that a honey bee the lother day flew in and out of the cab window while he was going at the rate of six tythree miles an hour The perfor mance lastrd while the engine travel ed a half mile Taken With Cramps Wra Kirruec a member ol the bridge gang working near Littleport was taken sudcledly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of chol era His case was so severe that he lead to have the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr Gifford was called and consulted He told them he had a medicine in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Gilfords medicines Elkader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails For sale by all druggists m The Worlds Fair- It is probably true that love gives courage or else why should any body have the nerve to get mar riedBefore deciding that she is only a tender flower it might be well to take a glimpse at her in front ofthe ribbon counter on bargain day A womans idea of the differeace between capital and labor is having icook and two maids or answering the doorbell herself Sometimes a man has more enter tainment than he rally needs in one evening by sitting in the front row at the burlesque and then listening to a spirit lecture when he gets home LAST T HF8 SEASON SEA SHORE EXCURSIO TO ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAY SEA ISLE CITY I REHOBOTH And Other Atlantic Coast Pointy THURSDAY RUG 18th VIA B 0 SW StopOver Privileges on Return Trip at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington Extremely Low Rates TIckctM Good 12 DiiyH- Vestlbuled Trains Elegant High Back Seat Coaches Pullman Draw ing Room Sleeping Cars and Com panys Dining Cars All Trains Via Washington D C Ask agents for Descriptive Folder Containing Time of Trains List of Hotels Etc or address o P MCCARTY G p A- Cincinnati O R S BROWN D P A- Lossville Ky rl VEGETABLE SICILIAaS flair Renewer J Cumberland J TELEPHONE 1ND 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how to tI f Fret DR MILES IABOBATOWE8 ELKWART INJT 4 i i i 9 I t Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 5 f DABOIAS OF INDIA The Attack of These Superb Snakes la Instantaneous and Deadly A writer on India 815ulhe snakes that arc most worthy o dread as inmates of Indian gardens are the terriblo daboias Viperin russelli They are truly superb rep tiles for while the coloring of their armor is relatively quiet it would be hard to find any finer harmony than that presented by its tints of ocherous brown on which a series of shining black rings with lighter margins are disposed in triple rows from the neck to within a short dis tanco from the end of the tail Du boias are sluggish and inert and often lie coiled up and motionless on footpaths until they are actually touched or trodden on by passersby when they suddenly unfold like a released spring armed with terri blo teeth There is none of the warning and preparation here that there is where a cobra is about to strike no sitting up and threaten ing but an instantaneous and dead- yassault When they have laid hold too they hang on and worry in a sickening fashion while they strive to inject as much as possible of their tenacious yellow venom In India says this same writer it is hold that the proper way t treat natives who do their best depressionafter a drop of croton oil into the pa tients eye which gives him something real to think about He tells tho story of an Indian cooly who while walking across a courtyard after dark trod on one end of a piece of iron hoop with the result cf bringing the other and jagged extremity sharply up and into con tact with the back of his leg Not unnaturally the man took for grant ed that he had been bitten by a snake and probably by a venomous one lie accordingly made up his mind to die and would rapidly have succeeded in doing so had not an experienced person been handy with a bottle of croton oil A Victim of Vacillating Conduct In an Indianapolis familyin which thirteen at the table is not allowed an informal dinner of relatives re cently was found to present the planning number Big Hobert said lie would stand up and dine from the sideboard to quiet the nervous women of the family but a side ta Lle was speedily arranged for little Robert who seemed thoroughly mystified and impatient with the entire disturbance Matters were going on nicely when an unexpected uncle arrived and again set the agi tating thirteen superstition in operation To balance the matter lit tle Robert was recalled from the side table and again seated in a rath er tight place at the large table As the thoroughly irritated and puz zled sixyearold boy resumed his dinner he offered a remark Well if I was as grownup as all these people are Id try to know m- own mind Indianapolis Journal itw Rebuking the Indolent Two darkies lay sprawled on the levee on a hot day Moses drew along sighand said Heeyahhl Ah wish Ah had a hunded water millions Toms eyes lighted dimly Hum yah I Dot would suttenly be fine An ef yo had a hunded watennil fiftyXo0 no fif ty watermillionsWould me twenty fiver Xo Ah wouldnH gib yo no twentyfiveSeems ter me vous powohful stingy Mose ouldnt yo wouldnt yo gib me one- So Ah wouldnt gib yo one Look ohyah niggah are yo sa good for nuffin lazy dat yo caihnt wish fo yo own watermillions International AmenitU The newly rich American looked across the table at the faded and shabbily dressed Englishwoman who she thought was trying to snub her and glanceYousaid to her next neighbor in an un necessarily loud tone It is hand some I think I bought it in Lon don at one of the pawnshops where the English royalty dispose of their ornaments in times of need Her glance again rested on the face across the table- I have no doubt of It said the Englieh buyinCompanion odaaTORIADr thethe Kind You Hare Always BweH fiifitut 6 BABYRAISED IN INCUBATOR Can Be Put in Shoe of Ordinary Man and Weighed Less Than Two Pounds at Birth A baby that one can put in the Shefbut the healthiest bit of humnity one can find anywhere Her name is Beatrice and for the time being or until she has grown a little more she is a resident of the incubator institute at Dreamland Coney Island Doctors who visited the institute and examined the baby declare her to be a marvel According to all the books she should have died at birth or at the longest lived not more than two hours A child weighing less than two pounds three ounces almost invariably dies on the day of birth This baby weighed only one pound end twelve ounces yet she has survived and barring unforseen acci dents and untoward sickness should matureA child at birth is from nineteen to twentytwo inches long This mite measured only twelve inches and it was a scant loot at that jOn account of this babys frailness and delicacy and information of her various organs extraordinary means lifeoShe is unable to take nourishment as a larger child would andall food is administered through a stomach ca theter The diet of Beatrice so far has been mothers milk diluted with vichy celestin and observations show that she is thriving on it Cholera Infantum This disease has lost its terror since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came into general use This uniform success which at tends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made ita favorite whenever its value has become known For sale by all druggists m oBPJTORIABear theThe Kind Yes Have Always Bought Signature 4J1fZof Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo j Round trip tickets on sale daily Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Colot rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 31St for re turn S B VAX METER Agt In memory Oi little Ida Smith daughter of rand Mis W D Smith who departed this life July 1319D4 Papa and mama we know its hard to give up two in so short a time but one great consolation is to know they have gone to rest Oh how lone some little Jessie and May will be there will be no more kisses and smiles for them COUSIN ROSA I find nothing better for liver derangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsL F AndrewsDes Moiiies Iowa For sale by all Druggists Colored Fair Owensboro Ky On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Owensboro for 150 Tick ets sold Aug 17 to 20 limited to Aug 21 for return S B VAN METER i Real Estate Bargains Farms For Sale Cheap too acres adjoining Hartford 2500 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres tine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 34 miles from Sulphut Springs for 325 145 acres 2 miles from Hartford 3000 A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted FairI S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY Can You Figure 200GiVen AwayTO CTSTOMKKS OK Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 200 Third 1000 Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision ol the election commissioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out afterI 4 oclock on election day Begin now The more tickets the better your chancesCARSON Co Inc OASTOElXADean tie 8 Always BcjgtJ Signature tlHio BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO I ST LOUIS ANDTHK Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW Railroad Track and- Equipment WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send 10c Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March Far rnt a tune of tnilnx sr11I1 Cnr Jtp pro sutlanslae mil on liny Tliket Aiifht or 111 dress O 1 MctJAKTY liflil fuse Agent rinrltiniitl Oliln or It N IIUOWN I IA liiulivllleKy Worlds Pair Short Line SOUTHERN RAILWRY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastestand Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 830 a m daily dailySolid DiningCarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleeps ers All trains make close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low Excursion RatesWill be announced BOOH P E CARR Passenger and Ticket KyA Ticket Agent KyC RFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo 1 j ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY I IMIIUIUIIATKH I celIaryIand build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense II you say so We connect with all Ins dependent Companies For particu lau call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky For Business Good Stationery is a power in business ISusiness Stationery should be the betnot merely fur prides sake but four the real worth it i- to your business Our stationery we think is 110t equaled by but few printers because that which goes to slake beautiful stationery is employed ill our printshop Every tie tailof its making is attended to with the greatest care the paper ink prcsswork and all are just what they should be favor us withan order so we can prove the above or call and let us show you samples For FirstClass Job Printing Of All Kinds Try The REPUBLICAN Beautiful Stationery For Society Society Stationery is given the greatest care in our print shop The type faces we have for this class of work were se 1IItpdwith the utmost care as to beauty auldstylefin in stance we have a series of type for Idling cards that when printed like we print is so much like ingraved work that it can hardlv be detected from the real It is the same with wedding invitations and tit like Hir pruvs for this kind of work arc moderrte considering the excellent Viiiihrade work you iret Note tHe Following Exceedingly Low Prices Envelopes good quality per 500 SlJO and up Letterheads good quality per ream of 500 125 Xoteheads good quality per ream of 500 IIJIIIIStatements good quality per ream of 500 100I if Ordinary JIand bills per 1000 200 Prescription blanks in lots per 1000 100HAll other Job Work in proportion The Hartford Republican Hartford Kentucky rE P BARNES Sr BRO 1 When there is good money to be save1on good Buggies why not be good to yourself by buying the famous Staver Buggy We have been selling these Buggies for twelve years and have had nothing but praise from our customers 011 these goods Do yourself favor by coming to us lndal low us to show you buggies that have no equal in this territory We have jut receivela new shipment of all kinds of buggies and can lit you ill from 15 to 00 each Wagons Wagons Old Hickory Tennessee- Hs the plowing season is almost over anti 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 and teamster is a much better recommendation than printers ink can give and these is not a neighborhood in Ohio county in which you cannot find an Old Hickory wagon Any sixes Low or high wheels Buy a Wagon from us l Beaver Darn aentuokyj 1 4 r- M I WI- F 4- IA A