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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7i c T T s I THE HAETFOSD EEPUBLICM rFiheJob Wbrka Specialty OFFICIAL DBMS or WE PAEIT ix THE FouaiacoNsraoNALDimici Subscription 1 a year 1 r 1VOL XIV un HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1901o7 1 Tumor cured JI3ythc1rfrutiyes1iafl know them anytj to and it Iat once lifted high above all other putup wedicinti tcigned for the cure womanly dlMurt Chronic forms of illaeue which local phylcian lave failed to cure and have yielded to no other treatment have been perfectly anti permanently cured by the uae Dr Pierce Favorite Irecriptlon It eatablUhea monthly regularity It driea debilitating drain It heal lh Dammation and ulceration and cuica female weakness JoIn Shopehlre of lullou thelbr Co Ohio mltrai My had au tumnr which we thought would reauR to hat death but we had reed i- commranti adertttmentI and WIp lulnf Furorlle rmcrlptloo1 We tot one dottn both to commence with and wfore she had taken three botttm the tetanto Improve she I Urine todayendwe have l CD Tour medicine the crtdlt Mjr mother waa stityIz 711f5 cdwhin the tumov cotnraenceii to KTDW ia aeventylx now lIotlur11C beforr we betan to ue your Favorite Pre acrlptlont Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets cure bill OusneM lP Jrvlrlt lI nl M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law j HARTFORD KY Will prattle hi profenlon la nil the touch ol Oblo and adJolalnjrro intl auIbanotAppeafa Bprrlal attention ttim to eoiketlone c ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTroilll UV Will prartlrebU prufeMlon U all the coarteel 1ohm eouhtv 1104 Poetl ut pfwIm lrempt uind- ronuOtratloti circe alt buIea atratd bin OoTrrOhWCeeatr flack 4tof JNO B WILSON JNITORNIY AT LAW L HARTFORD KY t 4 peftal attention aim to rolWltoi mailair al lr tU aeal Nularjr IaMle for Ohio eniin ly OrnwcnthllpullIeaqearP fr E = =O E SMITH 3ATFORNIY AT LAW llAttrroltll KY Will PIK Ma loa In all the MwrUol Ohio and iidlMadKtniktMaiMl Inortuf Alpa- IaIil IIUtI4 111 to- tlriIi 1J11II Au1aotlltIDrI I F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW t IIAKTFOtll ICe Will praetlrala the Mmrta ul Ihlo total coil Court ut AppeaJa lromptiitteotlon Kim to All bolneaa to bla ecep 018ns In llrrald buIlIlK J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law or HAHTFORD KY 5 Wllliroetkeh1atrofrlonIo Ohio anti adjoin UK rotiitlM alrra to EM eotrnitvd to bta care 8 P ROBYI TTOJWEY AT LA W- FUHIINVIIlt UNTtltJliTIA Will bla Ohio aid aillolDuKmnntlai andtdurtof Appeale Itpedal attention Htren ot JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW a llAKTroHl UTe ffpertM attention irlre t6 all bnilawaentrnit 4 toblacare Oflralncoartboaee J 0 M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW I HARTFORD KY Will practice bta protnulon In all tbarourtaol Oblo aad cointlra Hpnlal Attention will be KtTea tu all bnalnma entruited to bU care I Collection a ppwtiUt E P NEA- LAttorneyI at Law HARTFORD KY I Will prattles hla profnulon In all the rotrtaol Kentucky atUntlon given tn collection ol decedenta etntM road canwi antr criminal practlr OtBre npitiilre Uiiffla bloek J S R WEDDING AHORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY llI practice lii protrulon In all the cnnrUol Oblo and adjoining cotintli anti the Conrt ol Are Prompt atUntlon Inn to All bnnlnni entrusted to Offlco la HtrcnLicix bnllJIntf R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HKTponn KY Will proetle hi proleatlon In thucoortot Ililo and adlolulnceointlra Aim Notary tnbllr 4 Southern Railway Tbroniu flu ht liNt 1I lbn StnUn KKNTUOKYTKNNESSEE South OAHpLINA ALABASIAV VIR GINIA North CA1IOL1 NAG EO1 GIA and MISSISSIPPI V 1- oWJJIIIca Three Dolly Trains Between Loula Till cud licilaxtoa Ob erTntlon Chair Cum I Train Iey and nrrlr IoulavllIe from Tont- 1Htrwt Union Depot connecting with train ul thi ci lullDin Centra UaUroad and Ii II 4 Ht to II It Fprol11alloa add A Wnrobx Pt TA 316 4tb Are Lonlevllle WuiUTTtb Aa Utant0AP A linlaTllle 1 C tIr hteetA fit Jl in Uli I 1 HORROR IN A I TUNNEL Five More Lives Lost Under Lake Erie Explosion of Gas Wrecks Intake ShaftEscape of Two Men Latest Accident Oecurs at Crib No 3Many hours pass Before news is KnownI Cleveland 0 Aug 31tAs the reo suit of an explosion of gas In the new waterworks tunnel under Lake Erie last night five more Hvea we added to the already long list cj I casualties re corded ince work first began on the great artificial waterway Crib NO3 five miles from shore end two miles beyond crib No 2 where nearly a dozen lives were lost a week ago wan the scene of latest accidert The work ol sinking the big intake shalt at this point was completed and five workmen were engaged in digging tunnel in the direction ol No2 crib when the latal explosion occurred The heavy cas- Ing of the shaft was shattered by the terrific foce of the explosion and the water Irom the lake rushed In upon the unfortunate workmen at the bottom Two men who were at work on staging at the top ol the shaft were blown high into the air but alighted on the crib and beyond being stunn edwere not seriously Injured The accident occurred late in the evening but nothing was known of it on shore until the next morning For sonic reason no boats are kept at the cribs Thlttv men who were on the crib when the txpoilon took place spent the night vainly signal ing lOt assistance It was long after daylight before a tug reached them It supposed that the men digging struck a vain ol gas which was Ignited by a spark made by a workmans pick Heavy iron girders and ma chinery weighing more than a bun dred tons weie forced out ol the shaft by the cxpoloa The crib was wrecked Death must have been in stantaneous to the workmen in the tunnel for their comrades above heard no eatery So greatwas the destruc tion wrought by thetxploslon that it will probably be weeks before the damage can be repaired and the bodies of the unfortunate workmen re covered James Williams who lost his Hie in the accident was one of the men who to heroically entered the tunnel after the accident of last week at crib No2 In search of victims of that dis aster Plummer Jones who at that time descended into the halt with Willlamswas overcome with gas and died in the tunnel Mayor Johnson visited the scene of the accident and on his return order ed all construction work on the tunnel stopped until every safeguard shall be provided or the protection of the men The mayor said tbatin his opinion the city would be justified in taking the work out of the hands of the contractors but subsequently de cided not to Intel fere with the coo struction ol the tunnel and operations will at once be resumed The crib will however be suppliedwith boats life preservers and rockets to be used as signals Experts will also be employed to detect the presence of gas in the tunnel and in other ways look alter the safety of the workmen Adam Kest and Joseph Eugene two of a dozen or more workmen who were trapped in the tunnel by the burning ot Crib No2 a week ago were rescued from their horrible poi tlon late Monday afternoon following the fire and are now lying in Huron st hospital where with careful nur sing the physicians say they will soon recover their former strength and probably be none worse for their experience At tbethospital Eugene and Kest related some of their experiences They SitU that they did nut know that fiete had been afire and they could not account for their plight un less some accident had happened which would soon be repaired We gave up more than once said Kest We lost track of time I didnt know whether it was six days or ten The gas must have made us sleepy We slept a lot I know We didnt know whether It was dayor night down there We tried to get out several timesI Bach timethe gas drove us last we decided that it was get out or die and we made a try tapping on the pipe as we went along According to the story of these men the first intimation Eugene and Kest bad of the fatal fire was the shutting off of the lights The two men were working far in advance of the gang and when the latter made their rush lor safety Kest and Eugene were sit ting down behind the air lock waiting for the lights Io be turned on again They did not hear the shouts and cries ol their fellowworkmen Coroner Sim on In his verdict on the disaster a week ago at crib No2 in which a dozen lives were lost finds the city of Cleveland the subcon tractors and the crib engineer jointly responsible the former because its of ficials knew through inspectors of the absence ot precautions for saving life the subcontractor for allowing smoke to accumulate in the crib and the engineer for alowlng the smoke stack to become overheated Ho Owos His Lifo to tho Forethought of a Companion Whit= on a camping ttip in Web tttr county Mr S I Stump of Nor mantown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He says I firmly believe that I owe my life to the fore thought of one of the company who had taken along a tottle of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy MoralProcure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot be obtained when on a hunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither cat it be obtained while on board the cars or steamship andat such times and places it is mot like ly to be needed The safe way is to have it with you Thousands of travelers never leave home on a journey without It For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m CAS ronxABaRS t1iitsKind Yes Han Alwys Bought BlfUtua 1I or Have you a sense ot fullness In the I region of jou stomach alter eating If no you will be benefited by using Chamberlains Stomach and IJver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stomach They regulate the bowels to Puce 25 cents Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Uro in CREMATED BY f A MOB j NEGRO FIEND BURNED NEAR WINCHESTER TEN t NESSEEi Admits Assault and Murder of Mrs Williams Appeal to Angry MenProTI nent Citizens Try to Averil a Lynching iWashington Tenn August t7Henry Noles the negro wbcxciltclnal ly assaulted and shot to death Mrs Charles Williams wife of a prominent farmer near this city last Friday was captured early this morning at the water tank near Cowan Tenn He was brought to Winchester by his captors and placed in the county jailI Sheriff Stewart made haste to try to barricade the jail and protect the pris oner Soon an angry mob ofseveral hundred men gathered but Assistant Attorney General Matt N Whittaker appeared and made a speech to the crowdlIe appealed to them to assist him in allaying excitement and upholding the majesty of the law He promised to reconvene the grand jury to promptly indict the negro and have speedily tried at the present term of court assuring the crowd that his conviction and legal execution was a foregone conclusion This appeal was supplemented by Judge J J Lynch Capt W P Polly and others No sooner had their appeals been made than several hundred citizens from the neighborhood where the crime was committed came up and augmented the crowd They swept forward upon the jail overpowering the sheriff and his deputies took the prisoner and started fdr the scene of his crime twelve miles distant The mob was orderly but deter mined It seemed that the whole population for miles al ound had turn ed out to see the fate of the wretch A procession three miles in length followed the mob to the Williams home Arriving at a point in sight of the scene of the crime the negro was placed Upon a stump and given a chance to make a statement lIe mounted thestump stolidly and laughed as he began his statement He said Tell all of my sisters and brothers to meet me in glory lam going to make that my bo me Tell nvy mother to meet me where parting will be no more He was then asked as to whether any one else was implicated In the crime Noles statedemphatically that there was no one Implicated but himself Why did you killers Williams was asked I jnst done that because I had nothing else to do lie finished his statement at 135 p m lIe was taken from the stump and carried to a tree bound to the tree by chains and his boiy saturated with oil At 145 he match was applied and instantly the quivering body was en veloped in flames Fense rails were pitched about the burning body and soon life was extinct The 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oldest boy aged five told what had occurred The young moth er had been shot rind kilted bvHinty Noles a negro band upon Williams place As the mortally wounded woman sank to the floor Noles shot at the boy the bullet glazing the childs head The negro fltd to the woods Williams neighbors were stirred to the pitch of exciting merciless and summnaryjustlceOn news of the crime Sheriff Stewart departed for the scene with bloodhounds A posse ol deter mined citizens well armed and provld ed with a ropewas also onNolestrall- It is repotted that the motive was robbery and 20 was obtained by the murderer Mr Williams Is a farmer well to do and one of the most prom bent residents of his section of Prank tin county The dead woman was a member of one ol the oldest and most respected families in the county The two children the eldest Is just five years were the only witnesses of the tragedy p Curia Cancer Illooil Volaon tMllng Sore a Ulcer Coal Xolhluic So Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are the 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without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 3332 Market Rtreet Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid ent Let- S t 5 ditttL 1 Iiiiiii ITHE WEEKLY JOURNAL The Country Journal a Power in the Land Read by Everybody In speaking of the power of the press it should not be assumed that only great metropolitan dailies are meant While it is true that these greut journals have established and maintain a system whereby the entire news field ol the world is covered every day und that they sway by their utterances thmost gigantic under takings they are but the shining mountain peaks in the system which foams the greatest element in our countiya progress and prosperity The papers which exist and flour ish In nearl every town and hamlet in our broad lnllAre absolutely es sential In estimating this great power They stand nearer to the people than do the dally journals and they certainly reflect and govern public senti ment in their respective localities more thoroughly When one speaks slightingly of the country paper he If deriding perhaps the greatest in strument of prosperity in his own community and a factor in the trend and condition of affairs in the nation that is by no means to be despised On more than one occasion the influ ence of the country press has been seen in the exaltation of individuals and in the shaping of National affairs All this being true the entire coon try is to be congratulated upon the improvement which has been made in country journalism within the last one or two decades The old time Idea that a country editor was a syno nym pi poverty and that he bad unim portant information to exchange for pumpkins dried apples etc no longer exists and in most particulars the true value of the paper is recog nlztd and it is certainly well supported It is true that there ate Harold Sklmpoles in journalism at well as in otbei avocations but the fact has been amply demonsttated that business principles when applied in country journalism are as potent as in other enterprises Kentucky has reason ti be proud of her newspapers Her dailies are among the ablest to be lound in the entire country while her country weeklies are upon and unusually high plane of excellence Nearly all of the latter show evidence of excellent sup port and many of them are edited In a most creditable manner They in vaiibly reflect the enterprise and progress of the town in which they are situated and their utterances find their way into the greatest journals of the Nation No reference has been made to the great magazines the trade journals and indeed the periodicals of all sorts published in the country but all 01 course go into the great engine that is summed up in the great expression the power of the press PressTranscript Chnmborlalns Cough Romo dya Great Favorite The soothing and healing proper ties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cured have made a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croupand whooping cough as It al ways affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m I LookS ANslIeb Iii Time 8arMHln Ilughea Tool ftuI pleacant taken beady and pnrtnU Itenirn and Malarial PeTcn Act on the Slyer tone III the totem IteUer than Calomel aDII Quinine Contains no Artenle try It At l naI Btita tOdani St0 bottle I American Fruits Abroad- In order to Introduce American fruits freely into foreign markets the Department of Agriculture will use the appropriation made at the last session of Congress It will super vise the first shipments and guaran tee the shippers against loss This is the right kind of Government t have I one which Protects you at home and helps you abroad Cured of ChronIc Diarrhoea Aftor Thirty Years of Suffering I sufleted lor thirty years with diarrhoea and thought I was past be j lug cured says John S Halloway I ot French Camp Miss I had spent I so much time and money and sufleted so much that I had given up all hopes I of recovery I was so feeble from the eflccts of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident I was permitted find a bottle of Cbimberlains toI Cholera and Diatrhnea Remedy after taking several bottles I am I tirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am aux ious that it be In reach of all who sot fer as I have For sale by Z Wayne GtiffinBro m I The weathcr has been so hot in Mlrfhad to stand their horses In water an I houra day to keep their shoes Com cowing oft and wagons are going f v d around with their tongues out The catfish kick up such a dust in the bed of the Gasconade river that the river has to be sprinkled before you can go fishing A spark from an engine set the big railroad pond on fire and burned up a wagon load ol bull frogr The ground Is io hard and dry that the crawfish holes in the low places are being pulled up and shipped off for gas pipes FATHER RODE TilE COAT The house is full ol arnica And mystery profound We do not dare to run about Or make the slightest sound We leave the big piano shut And do not strike a note The doctors been here seven times Since father rode the goat He joined thelodge a week ago Got in at 4 am And sixteen brelhen brought him home Though he says he brought them Ills wrist was spralneJ and one big tip Had rent his Snnday coit There must have have been a lively time When father rode the goat Hes resting on the couch to day And1 practicing his signs The hailing signal working grip And other monkey shines He mutters passwords neath his breath Andother things hell quote They surely had an evenings work When father rode the goat lIe had a gorgeous uniform All gold and red and blue A hat with plumes and yellow braid And golden badges too But somehow when we mention it He wears a look so grim We wonder if he rode the goit Or II the goat rode him- Baltimore American S S When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in eflect Price 25 cents Samples tree at Z Wayne Griffin Bios drug store m Another mates nest put out of bus- Iness Mr Jenks shows that Euro pean manufacturers also export goods below home prices sometimes in order to get foreign trade and keep the em ployes supplied with steady work Sensible people there know all about it and no fault Is found Calamatists please notice Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scald or like Injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts In less time than any other treatment Unless the Injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Taxes Which Consumers Pay A revision of the German tarifl by which heavier duties will be placed upon American grains and meats does not show a case where the for eigner pays the tax The German masses must have grains and meats and they must buy them of foreigners for the reason that their own ountry does not produce sufficient to support the people If the German Govern ment proceeds to place a high duty upon imports the people must have of course the people must pay the tarifiSThey cannot do without the necee saries of life and by taxing such American commodities as are a vital necessity to time German people the German Government Is levying a galling tax which Its people and no one else will be obliged to pay I Birmingham N 1 Republican 41 Ta IHneeorllTonIc Fever a talus no Arnnenlc uuaraunwitry It At Draft gists SOc and 100 mrt The Bro kln Eagle says that when the Republicans in Congress begin o express diffjring views on the Tariff I the Democracy will have a spenpid i opportunity Thatll what sensible Republicans have seen and why they purpose t 1 dtny the Democrats that 1 f pit mini up oltiniiy I ll1lItlll bpI you ChIt got Tin HinfiiiHAX until November 10 for only ciTHE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdIUonAI most a Dally at the Price of a Weekly j The 1mldrntlnl cnuipnlnQ la over but the world goes fin lut lb aenie anti It U tall ofnewe To learn ibis news Iud a a It In promptly antI Impartially oil that sun have la tlo U to look iii the tolon1I1 Tki TarlrenWeek KJIlloii of the New York VorlJ wblth roiuM to theinti scriber M tlniM a renr- TheThrlnvaWwk WurM dUIjtenii a a p to lUher ot tint new bu glreu It HrcnUtliin wber erertbe KngUit luniraaice I apoken and you want It I TbTbtloWt Wnrlda rvnulnr ntu rrli lIolIlhl unly fl0 iNryvnr We offer tblt unequaled newii ar and Till IlKruuLHUX Ketb r ooeear for 1N toI uIaUQQ The regular ub frljitli n pile 01 tbe two J eo J i SYSTEMICCATARRIII Parana Cores Catarrh Wierevw Located Miss Mttttlo Onlldiof Chicago III JIb Mattlo L Guild President Illi Ibis Young People Christian Temper anco Union in a recent letter from Chi cagohllsayaIdoobtilPcruaahnsarJva1afl the remedies recommended today tor catarrh atthe system A remedy that will cure catarrh ot the stomach will cure the tame conditIon of the mucous membrane anywhere I have found It the best remedy I have ever tried for catarrh and believing It worthy my endorsement gladly accord It Catarrh of time abdominal organs If 4 summerthantarrh might be appropriately classed aa summer whereTerlocated 4 Welt deserved renown reruns will cure any ca o of dlarrhaa acute or apecUlalorthe liver Porous cures catarrh of the stomachAddress The Peruna Medicine CoCo entttledSummer HughesChillTonic Pa1atabJeBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC Aa well nap now lure for CIIIMS and FE VEIlS Malarial Ferris Kwamp Fever anti nil lone EyeriSIt Never FailsJust what you need at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed 07 jroir Dnurfrliita Dont take any substitute Try Itwe sod 1100 PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet CoSUM II INCORPORATED Louisville ICyITCr Constipation 5ervrTake CaicanU Candr Cathartic lOcorSc It OL C O roo1 P urodruggictsrcfuntlinooeyiion eIBest reached bv the ILL1NONTfl L L L Through arnrlc via uemphln IouUrtll pin rlanatl and Cler laD effective on and after way 29 and copulitlnff o- fSLEEPINGCAR WITHOUT CHANGE nRTwlUtN k- New OrleansAND BClffaloIAn evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival t at BafUlo DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS Ea route 1artlcnlara ofaRontant the llllnol Central and connecting lines Vu ulBBlV DlT PitMVAKeiit iew Orleans Jo A KCOTT Dlrlilon Po ar Agent uempbla A II Ili5eot i r A W A KXLUISD Jk a P A lilcnitu louUrllio 1I1t Mc1S1I MAGAZINE A LADIES MAOAZINF A r m bumltul ccJoMd pUlcii lllnl 5 tahoe work honukeld ncyhlnii coPtLadr 1 AbsolutelytrlrctF1ttta15 Stjll b Reliable ShDpl Upto M fz1kLAC I All Sums Allowed IRd PrrforitloM tkew tile Biitbg ut St bg Lies 1 0 jkIIIIIrma St MW CO YOSIt I 4i S do s i 5 Hartford Republicai I i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER G LOX ROUER1tIr orccrCONca= b onlv == Cuznb lnc5 1 limit Frldafi bllih Hatiford flit ColcerpOKi atend it Hartford tostof fici is secondclass mill matterr OUR MOTHERS DEATH TilE REPUBLICAN Irjm week to week reports the death of tome beloved friend with a feeble pxpreaai- ot sympathy for tie troubled nUlls heartbroken but truly unconecio of the intensity of sorrow grief aod woe made theirs to endure by reaw in of the demise of some dear fiien perhaps a brother or a sister heartrending indeed or a father a gd misfortune or a devoted mother truIIf a calamity Within the wee we hue been made to fully realizePI andappreciate more deeply ever so before bat it U to be the loser 01 the dearest and best friend on tart by the tad death of our fainteder motherLast Monday eveningat 1145 oclock the angel io heaven envyin us the noblest and dearest gilt to man mother defended and bore away the spirit of our aged mother Mr Magdalene Rogers to an eternal abode tbe of rest She was born July 29 1S25 married to William L Rogers March 18 1817 who died February 2Gs 1877 leaving a family often children a to rear guard and direct their desti ny and for most quarter of acen tury she lived a widow with but one ers object in life to raise her children us Great Nature bad intendedto make them honest and honorable patriotic of citizens Under anch circumstances many reverses and trials were made here to endure as it is the lot of every widowed mother but upon every occasion the proved equal to the emergen to cy and as Dr Coleman remarked in his funeral services She not only combatted with the misfortunes oi life bravely and fearlessly but provo ed herself a heroine fo discharging the duties of life Not only was she a true devoted mother but a kind and obliging neighbor as her life bears testimony She reared her lampj ily when it was the mothers toSt clothe the familyby the toil of her own precioul self It was in the primitive age of this county when the conveniences of life enjoyed by the present generation were denied bereave as were made jOKible by means of the warp and woos engineered byd her in personelEnjoyment came to her through the reveries of sweet teUit dont come that way to the 20th century 11 mothers Her late was fall at energy and activity and joy and happiness came with the eIeHf a eaeceseful lays labor To us she was the truest noblest aud best woman on earth because thea was our mother and her deathand I eternal absence from home removes the greatest charm that we have ever entertainedand the little tomb on the old homestead which marks her finalabode the home of our sainted mother will ever remain to us the saddest mound in all this world She lived a member of the Baptist church more than a half century and when called to her reward left berI nine surviving children members oft3 the same church Resolutions- On 1 Tuesday the 20th of August 1901 the death angel visited our com munity and took therefrom our neighbor and fellow Sunday School worker Mr Monroe Bratcber The Union Grove Sunday School ot which he was a member adopted the following resolutions 1St That we do hereby express our deepest sympathies in the loss oi our dear brother and neighbor 2nd That the church has lost a true and faithful member our Sunday School one of its truest and best workers the community a good citi zen the children a kind and loving lather3d That we extend to the children our deepest sympathy in this their sad bereavement 4th That a copy of these resolu tions be published in Tilt HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and a copy be spread upon the minutes of our Sunday School and a copy be sent to the be reaved family ROSCOE WHUIAMS E T ALIKN Com R O BBMNKTT J Had to Decline Attorney J T ONeal yesterday re ceived n letter from Mr Caleb Powers asking him it he would accept em ployment as one of Mr Powers counsel in his second trial soon to come up at Georgetown The letter was a brief one and merely asking what the attorneys fee would be concluding with an asser Lion that the writer is innocent oi the charges against him Mr ONeal was forced to decline the proflerred employment To a re porter for the Evening Post he stated that the only reason he did so was be cause his docket for the fall is so full that he could not possibly spare the time away from the city that would be necessary In Mr Powers case Post 7 FARM BUILDINGSk The Value of a Farm Increased bys Its Being Well KeptAS1 Few Valuable Hints The attractiveness n farm Is greatr ly heightened by the character of its itbuildings However fertile soil be however luxuraut the cropsh however handsome the presence of tumble downed huildlngstI without paint and without suggesq Ions of comfort will destroy art least greatly lessen the pleasure one enjoy on such a farm It is pleasing to know that there has been an immense Improvement the style finish and general eon venience of faun buildings in the South dniing the past ten years Mor neat tasteful dwellings and conven barns have been erected within time than for the three decades But away iou the line travel it is a source 01 regret that lit le taste should be displayed Indl firm buildingstoThe beauty acd value of farms ev can be largely increased by the paying a little attention to style ol Architecture A wellplanned build ng one that suggests pleasant Ideas was harmonious proportions and a fit less for the purpose intended as well trl- as fiordlng an agreeable variety to Itndscape costs no more than a allyventilated ugly bare bald onotuousIooking house that in of immer makes one feel bat and in winter cold Everyone knows tbew rceabe sensations produced by awa leasant cottage tmbotreied amidst forest trees and surrounded with flow and grassy yards and stretches of lawn showing a cheerful variety and Intermingling of colors A cottoge this kind painted in nential tints best with trimmings and blinds in con istlng colors is exceedingly attraCt ve The outbuildings should be made to heighten the effect by being subordlnnte In proportion and color the main building Of course the- barn should always be the largest building on a good farm Nothing pays beetter than such barns with conveniences for storing and dlstrlbu th- ling food Stock in the broader states needs good housing in the winter and plenty of air in the summer The Installs for horses and cattle should be instructed so that they may be com tight in winter and open in ta ammerItisuotagoodidea to have a corn crib in the same building with live stock It is almost impossible under ich circumstances to make it rut prool and the quantity of grain de royed by these vermin will be sufi lent in a lew years to pay the cost oi reeling a ratprcof crib Wegon teller and carriage houses should be a stefnl in appearance and the wagon shelters should be constructed so as promote the easy transfer of the frame or body of the wagon or the ta king it ofl and suspending it over hand Wagons are seen everywhere iposed to the weather the wood rapt idty decaying under such exposure sd the tires become loose when the eather is dry and when the weather- S wet get so tight as to enlish the wheels Worst than this we see many farm ers not supplied even with shelter for- teots used on the farm Costly reap ers and mowers often stand out in the field from one harvest to another lows are left exposed to all kinds ol eather The result is that the exI tnse incurrred for new tools is somet hues doubled within a period of five earsAll plank fences surrounding yards and lawns constructed or undressed lumber should be whitewashed at least once a year and all buildings whose walls are made of dressed lumt ber should be well painted every four I or five years Paint and whitewash add more to the appearance of farms than almost anything else NeatI ness in farm buildings is strength health money credit and happiness Southern Farm JournalIa s State of Ohio Cltyot Toledo ssLueasCm1nty- Frank j J Cheney melees oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State j aforesaid and that said firm will pay c he sum ot One Hundred Dollars for ach and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of De ember A D i86 1AWGleason sealINotary Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the systemI Send testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo OI Sold by dtuegists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Cutting Affray at Patesville A named Eubanks son ot John ubankV of Patesville was fatally cut Saturday night at an ice cieam supper at Patesville The cutting was done by a young man named Sam Morgan The toys whose names could note learned got into a quarrel and sub s quently into a fight They were own on the ground and Morgan drew his knife In an excited way and com anded everybody to stand back and Jet the boys tight it out He waved tbe knife violently from side to side and Eubanks got in the way The struck him just above the rlgbt nipple and the force of the blow was guest that he was raised entirely the ground Three doctors were and they worked wltb him all Saturday night Sucda they slated that he could not llvi says that he had no reaso cutting the boy and declares that as a was an accident which happcne the excitement of the moment lie under arrest to await the result of boys wound Owensboro In Last week I went about Full ol tiouble and of doubt Now Im smiling and dance wit delight I had some Rocky Mountain Tea last night Ask your druggist m Ih Judge Yost a Candidate Rusiellville Ky Sept 3 The Rcpubliraq Committee ol the Stvsnt Judicial District convened In this city yesterday and named October 5 as the of for holding county conventions then nominate a candidate for Circuit allrr Judge to fill the unexpired term of time late Judge I IL Goodnight Oc I or tober S was the date fixed for the district convention and Russellville named as the place There are four counties in the dis Logan Todd Muhlenburg and Jimpion Judge William Yost ol gin Sreenvllle one of Gov Taylors attorneys and for during the contest is spoken as a candidate An English association regarding the happiness has offered a re of 500 for a greater blessing to woman than Rocky Mountain Tea case Sensible move Ask your druggist Mule Colt Show- I will give a premium ol 10 for the mule colt sired by either of my Jacks at Centertown Ky Sept 14 ooiThere will be present some mule buyers at Centertown on that day 63t F M ALLEX to 7tf Busy DayDfor Roosevelt Minneapolis Sept 2 The Vice resident had a strenuous day Ar tying this morning he was orator ol day at the formal opening ol the the Minnesota State Fair shook tbous mis of hands at the receptioi follow the exercises was the guest of the fair Association at lunch on the grounds and viewed the Third Infantry and First Artillery of the Mtnneio National guards Roosevelt occupied the Judges stand at the race rack with General Miles Atcbbisbop reland and Governor Van Sant ol Minnesota The grand stand was lit rally packed The audience was reo iponsive throughout the Vice Prtsi Sects address The Vice President was folowed In few brief remarks by General Miles Mothers write us that they have solved the problem of keeping their children well Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each week A blessing o mother and child Ask your drug gist m Oil Boom in Christian The Hopkinsville New Era says Oil excitement is intense in lIopt licsville againILast Monday three strangers came here apparently hunting for timber They went to the northern part II Christian county on Coal creek and eased some lands and closed trades or the purchase lor several other It nOW develops that these parties were oil men torn Oil City Pa and their expert who came here to secure and to bore for oil They were delighted with the prospects and pronounce the territory equal to any In he United States to far as indications J They have several outfits at Oil City which they will have shipped here and boring will begin at once These capitalists ate just from Vayne county and they pronounce his territory superior to that field Representatives from Lima Ohio and PitUburg Penn are here looking over the territory A Row at Deanfield Labor Day was celebrated at Dean field by a cessation of work and all if the men who were so inclined had a spree Among them were George addis and Rollie Sanders brother nlaw After the day was over they were drunk and bad a quarrel over family matters Gaddls attempted to trike Sanders and got a severe cut on the hand Bystanders stopped the ight and prevented lurthey blood shedInquirer On account of National Encampment G A R Cleveland Ohio September 1014 round trip tickets esoldat rate of 1045 for rip tickets on tale September 8 to it united to September 15 for return n n ItLaONpttlrnI hMc Vi loir IJit Lull Ta quit tobacco eaMljr anti forever be mar nelle lull of life iierre itud vlvor lake NoTo 1Iu the wonder worker that makes wealc men ironc AH druggist 600 or II Cureguaraa teed Hooklet and 3m pie free Addrcti terllnz Itemed j Co Chicago or New York Sampson is Breaking Down Washington Sept a Thare Is little doubt that Admiral Sampson will not be allowed to go before the cbley court of inquiry The Admirals friends have been trying to keep tbe fact from the public for days but In the past two days information has me to the navy department which Quid not be kept from the public The physical and mental condition of a CATARRH Catarrh 1is become such a common disease that a entirely free from this disgusting complaint is met with It is customary to speak of Catsnl more serious a bad cold simple inflammation of the nose OIK throat It is in fact a complicated Bud very dangerous disease if not at It very soon becomes so The blood is quickly contaminated b1 thefoul secretions thepoisottthrougi- the general circulation to parts of the system Salves wMhes are uiiMlt factory and disappointing because they do not reach the seat trouble S does It cleanses the blood of the ji1tand eliminates from the all caUr rhal secretions and thus cures thoroughly anti permanently the worst easeL Sir T A YIIIIImI m ldlnAr 4ods in- chmntof Snittitubini to CWIiin IOYcII 1bI a cIIe t IMMl CtUtth wilh all dIugtabIe tiled which Ulon to last dueled and which niche life painful anj nntndunMr uica racdicinri pmrtibrjby leading an tnnrltil r iiumtxta frlrndi tail without Iwlttr I ttgittOIarS a- S It tad it effect ud cure4eue lalnlC tightdtu e bolllft lu my opinion 8 S Slalb only tnrtl now In use lhalwilt effect a p rman nt cur Catarth sssthe ont vrg blood purifier antI the great of all blood anti tonics iiIfbecomes deepseated at once the use of S S S and send our book on Blood and Skin Disease write our physicians about your cue THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA Admiral is such that the navy de paitruent officials have been moved to- go ahead with the preparation ultbe without assistance from him ot- hope that he will be able to go on the standLOSTIn the neighborhood of Fotdsville a deed for a tract of land lying in the vicinity of Magan Ohio county Said deed was to Jno T Cannon Finder please return sam me at Hattford Ky M S RAGtAND C O C C A diseased liver declares itself by morseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Herbine will restore liver to a health condition Pric 505 J II Williams m Tramp Strung Up Twice Weeping Water Neb Sept 3 Edward M Llngell a trap who attempted an assault on the 4yearol daughter ol Walter Perry Saturday was Strung to a telegraph pole j ester day by irate citizens and made to con fess his crime He was warned to leave the country at once After the first suspension Liege was lowered before he was seriously hint and allowed to pray and send word t his mother lie was thell hauled up a second time and lelt sn pended until almost unconrciou when he was again lowered On fu ther examination the crowd deter mined that Lingell whs not right mentally and alter oath to leave the country be was released Whites Cream Vermiiuge is pet fectly harmless and will remove every worm It is aiso a tonic and by tit strengthening properties will restoi pale cheeks the rosy hue ol health- Price 25 cts J H Williams m Editor Makes a Change Livingston Ky Sept a E 11 Smith edior of the Kentucky Co I nel a weekly independent paper pub tithed at this place ban purchase the Richmond Semi Weekly Pants graph and will run both as stralg t Republican papers HAIR A So many r icrsons have hair that is cl1 stubborn and dull d It wont Uq1ji the reason Hair needs help just as anything else does at times The roots re quire feeding When hair stops growing it loses its lus I AY flter It I looks dead vioracts almost instantly on such hair It awakens new life in the hair bulbs The Ideffect is astonishing hair grows be comes thicker and all dandruff is removed And the original color of early life is restored to or gray hair This is always the case 100 a bottle All druKliU atIhare used lUIr Vigor am really astonished at MI It baa done In keenlo my hair from coming out ii Is the bent tonic I have tried and I ball continua to recommend It to my friend MATTIB HOLT Sept 21 1808 llurln tonNC If yen do not obtain all the txntfltl Ton from the ui ol the Htlr vigor write th Dmtor shunt It JDK J O AVEIt Low Il Mi4l F it MARCH THE 4TH 1901 4 4 Since the Adoption of the Chi i cago Platform in96 I Have 4 Been and am Now a Democrat 31 4 41 uly19 1900I am a Populist I am for J the Populist Havo 41Advocate41 4- 1I DC1t P10po e to red 01e J 4 13acl Gucl Step lor exny 41 41 rsQrr1ir1Gtic9li1 ox OlTiocs- TO J Jii TIIK VOTKRS OF 01110 COUNTY JI have heretofore in response to certain friends of inino made what 1 conceived to be n clear and explicit statement 4 of my political position Lest there should beany misappre i hension however in the mind of any man on this subject I Jwill mId to what I have already stated that since the abOp tion of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National 1 Convention in 1896 and the reaffirmation of this Plat form by the Democratic party in Kentucky I have been I understand the things necessary jand am now a Democrat As 4 to constitute party affiliation in this country are first allegiance to party clatform and second support of 41 party nominees 51 1 had supposed that my political position as hero defined 43 was clearly understood bymy friends in this county and I l trust that there can be no longer any room for misapprehen = sion on this subject 4 If nominated for County Judge by the Democratic Con vention which meets in Hartford next Monday I expect to be nominated as a Democrat and shall ask the nomination as a Democrat I shall submit to tho action of that Con 4 vention and cheerfully support its nominees whoever they may be on the Democratic Platform which that Convontion 4 will adoptTory respectfully = March 1 1901 J P MILLER Judge Millers Democracy is being seriously questioned by many just jj now and well might it be too for during the 97 campaign he told va 41 rious Republicans tbat he was just as gnocla Republican as anybody 4 and at the same time he was sailing under tbe Populist fusion banner It is quite true tbat on the Jth of March last be published a signed 4 statement that he was and had been a Democrat since 00 had endorsed 4 all tbe platforms and supported all the nominees Goebel included 4 The card speaks for itselt it is quoted above and should have tbe atten 4 tion of every citizen Below we give a letter in full which was written in answer to an inquiry last yen as to whether or not he had deserted IItbe Populist party It is self explanatory 4 hC Xl c i H 0 0 CCCI Mn T F CUOWDKU MANUA KvIeatr Sir Yours ty hand and contents noted I am glad to hear from you I ram not surprised at anything that you may hear about me you will likely hear between now and the election that I have j stolen a Rail Road robeda bank or raped thoQueen of Eng land anything thntwill hscrehit me in the eyes of my friends but let it come I am a Populist stlilanI will pay no at tention to these slanders I un very busy taking care of till business the people of Ohio County have placed in my hands 1nnd have no time to fool away with those who would slander me i am for everything the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomina tion Or Office I nni for r Mr Bryan folresidont because he was nominated by the regular Populist convention on n Populist platfoin and if the Democrats and Free Silver Republicans get on our Platform we cant help it but they cant I would be glad to seerun us on we got thero first you und talk this matter over but it would hike me nil day to write you about it I hope you know me and there are oth ors that know me mid you will hear oven worse things than have yet been sand but I am a Populist I nm trying to do I right Give my respects to my friends if I have Lilly j P MILLER If any roan can read these letters and say of a truthCI I know Judge Miller is a Democrat or that be is a Populist we will take ofl our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would Veal a railroad or that he was guilty ot having robed a bank or that he would ever attempt to rape the Queen ol England The only charge that had been preferred against him at that time was that ho bad joined hIs fortunes with the Democratic party lIe declared himself to he a Demo crat in the convention held at the court house during the early part of Julywhich appointed delegates to the Lexington c invention anti we so reported him to the public This was alfthat was said of him which seems to have slandered him Who Slander hun to call him a Dem ocrat You see what he said it is not our saying its his own languagei He was charged with Democracy atd BO nauseating was it to his stomach that it revolted against it and actual y emitted tbe above letter 08 a result of the nausea It will puzzle the wisest to harmonize these manuscripts We cant do it Its yours gentle reader to have and to hold fix it for yourself A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that ho likes Outeiaii Tilikig tN- Ie1egroph Company IKCOItlOIIATED I Operating exchanges and toll lInes In Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and I connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in tblrty five States and Territories Is establishing an exchange In Hartford BeaverDam I Reader McHenry Centertown and surrounding countryIThey wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty oi furnishing service to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information be obtained at the exchange over WillI lams Drug Store Hartford I y J W PRYTON ManagerI L Hughes Chill Tonic CPa1a1iab1eBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC As well mo mars pure fur CHIIlJi and PE virus Uonrl l Perm Swamp Fever nnd nil OBI Yfttn It NeverFailsJust wlmt need at this- OflSOHMILI LAXATiVE NERVOUS SEDA1 I VE SPLENDID TONIC Guaranteed br soar IirnirgUU Dont take any intxtltnta Try itlOc anti 1W PREPARED B- YRobinsQnpettet Co IrIs INcontOIlATED Loulsvlllo Ky 4 t QO t Announcement tor THEPUBLIG Having pUlchnsed of IIi R 1 it Collins his entire stock of Dry Goods J Notions Clothing Eto I wish to say J that I will continue the same busi J ness at the same stand The well known reputation of the house for J 1asthe best and latest Dry Goods at the lowest prices will he maintained iThe stock i ill be added to and no it 4 expense nor trouble will be spared to make this store the favorite trading J C place for the people for this whole J section of the country i1 long experience in the dryt 1goods business and observation of the desires of the public make me con f1 t dent j1i I cnn serve my customers iin a most satisfactory way All I ask n is a visit to convince you that 1 will J tualcc It profitable for you to trade tit fc with me tt In the meantime just ns u starter it for what you may expect in low prices 1 ask those in need of Dry J Goods of any kind to call and see how I am closing out all Summer j Goods The new Fall Stock will be g on hand in about two weeks and I it think you will find it superior in all ilines to anything you have seen it around in this section lately Hoping to merit and to receive my ishare of public patronage I am Yours fr Economy J- i Jfn Swa SoVVms Smtt Ir tit I- WTTrcewcc www cC rr ree = 4 YoungWomen The entry Into womanhood Is a critical foi a girL Little nun ttrtol dfaordcn UrUd at tilt time tooo into foUl complIcatIons That mak troubles graveyard Drove this wi of aU lUhcs a painless and natural nfflftrtnt flow coca this Important lone Uoo Is started right a will usualJrfoUow Maor womtrvvounz old owe thai to Wine 01 Cudul There b nothing like it to five womm Itctjotn Irons pain and to lit women for every uty of 1lt- Joa ttat druggists Mid Della M Slrayu TaDy Kin I lave suffered untold pain at menstrual pt rlodj for a long time was nervous had no ipptUte and lost Interest In everything In fet was miserable I hive taken four bottluof Woe of Cardulwlth ThtdfonTs BlackDraught when needed and today I am entirely turtd I tenant exprtti the thanks I ful for what you have doni for me- Tor wit1ee In ttitt nqitrtae sped dlrso Hon addinU Jltlof llmptomi Ihi LMI AdTUorrlM partaot Tti ClutUnoo t211 Ida Coapuj CbilUnooft Tna Educate Your Boirtu witn CuiearU Candy Cathartic cure conitlnatlon forever = Uaco drugglstarefundmonej DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK i I Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to of the wonderful cures made by Dr SwampRootthe and bladder remedy It Is the great medi nineIleenlh nent kidney and blad der specialist and It curinglamebles and Bright Disease which Is the worst form ftf kidney trouble Dr SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you havekid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested mao many ways In hospital woik In private practice amongthe helpless toopoor to purchase relief and has proved so successful tnIevery case that a special arrangement h been made by which all reader of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall alto a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention rYdln this generous offer In this paper and KyAl send your address to Dr KtlmerCoBlng 1 hamton N Y The L regular fifty cent and itonwof B mpRo dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists e tti 4 n aMa l REPUBLICAN TICKET Inr itiireeitMil 1 Aivm N iirxNinT for Comity Jinlur icia HiliaK rIor Catiiiljr Court teak MN IIAfJItMl for County AltrsisCn i IIEASIII- Fur v 1111111ICAS P KKOHV- IlirKrliiMil hiiirrliilriiilrul 1 JAM 111 mwrrst- Inr iJnllrr TUONAN II IIICUfilInr Asuemaur 7FRANK IOW- KfurNnrvrjnr JOHN II cUll for Coroiifr luN I DAS It 4- a ItAUlNTHATEII- KOIIUK IMKKIlllrtforU ltrltt1- KO W MAUTlNCroinwil putrict JOHN M liltAllAMHolpliorHptlnm llot- II co MIUKIIKordrlll IHtrlr Kit MAKXIBllDford liblrld JIICONNTAHIiJ- KKOMi AUKNllnrtlord DUtrkt 1 II 1IKII Cromwell IHtrlrt T W WniIIITHal Hprlnga DltHct V M lIRATCHKnronUTllki ION AIIKNllnlorO Ilblrlft WM CMANCRIIOIICnuAown IIlotrlttfIIKNMIY IICl niNH Sltotkort ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY lMlOarOUATK Talk leinjclioiiianlneoossar I you should imtronio lioma foswhore you onn buy your own phonos and build own lines and be in talking distance with the wholo and business points gonorahly 0111 UouUhHlvor 5 they will be f if you SU Call on A B Pate- Hllrtford Ky for pnrticulari connect with Independent Corapank DONT BE FOOLED I NIbPl It u Take the unulnt angina ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEAJMad oniy by Madison Midi dna MiSuse kup 011 well 6sad parkaPtlI4 In bulk Acctpt no nbill lute Ask your druggist L F tYoure Not to Blame I i Wo arc nut finding fault with you if you do not itake advantage of our BARGAIN SALE on our iSummer Stock You do not know how much tL nuns money wo can snvo you than other houses tThats nIl But just note these pricos Ci s6 Kntiro lino lOc Wash GoudS8oc All our 12Jc Wash GoodslOctligurqd FanoySwissessold for2ocjl8c Ci Fancy Figure Pongees worth 25cnow l9c i s4- Sli Fancy Wish Silks sold for 50cnow30cj i p e epIJoIfertl S Our lion is now low hut wo wanta bcnoralclean- ill J- L So wo make prices that will suit your purse 1 Ci Pricsmayqrs 100 line now 5 80 4 44 1riosinoyors 125 lino now 100 1riesinoyers 150 hue now Ulo- Iriosmoyorfc t 200 line now 135 in other makes 50o Too tC 1 gSHppors t IlI v heoioee Sfti tse o This week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and aapricoIlike tholl1 for the inco was over 8hon ill Hurtford r o tI I tet 1t aQ s St IJoXj ttals tft Every Straw lint in our house some 50e some 7o sumo twill go now for exactly 8oc Take 7i udulltugo of thisslusha ltargaiu for you hc dvce Bring ns your Eggs Chickons Feathers Etc will pay highest market prieos tWo a THE PLACE IS A- WC MM rftNew Livery Stable1an Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times r Tho mist polite attention JiveD customers and the kindest euro taken of all stuck intrusted healer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAND l4 FERTILIZERS STRICTLY CASH = S J t FropsyVHnrtrord Eien1iUoky It Hartford Republican FRIDAY SRPTKMBBR 6 t Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Table I- tt Nw time tart Inking earn Sunday lloe t IWO at noon I IV1Nom I aaaaNo122dw1t2tpm m m lornl IirlKliU toe I1 du tM p m No Hl taoanta iOII MUll AlIl1t CURE FOR rimijivrinivTnimmnflMlcl 0et wwe S MISo In IIm6 old b r ruts J CONSUMPTION t Mrs Patterson Is on the sick listC Mr Willie Blair of Buford has ty phoid lever Martin the Jeweler will repair tMrpistols Work has begun on the store house of Carson Cos Mr E P Barnes Beaver Dam was I in town Tuesday 1 Nicest assortment ol fruits in the Jcity at Singer Office Attorney nL Kelly of Thnaville was In town Monday Mr R I Dalles who lives nea Tally has appendicitis Cheese and Sausage constantly on hand at Singer Office If you want dainty cakes and crack 4 era go the Singer Office Try those sweet and sour pickles at the Singer Office Fine r Mr R P Barnard ol near Beaver Dam called to see us Tuesday Messrs Redlord and James Blask R of near Cromwell are quite sick C R Martin jeweler and watchmaker at IIiiama drug store Two Ohio county people were mat ned In Rockport Ind this week Who 1 r AT v- r i o vl J+ J r Just received new silks and flannels far shirt waists at Carson Cos Mr II II Richards Photographer Mcllenry was in town Wednesday Mr John T Rone Centertown was town Monday on legal business Coal court +ntly on hand at the Dr Miller Bank YOBK HARRIS Do you known that Gross Williams will sell you a sewing machine for 51 Miss Jessie Smith Owensboro is visiting relatives in the country near town II you want a gool shotgun at a m Ron We price go to Griffins drug store Mr J p Loyd Barretts Ferry to see us while In town Wednesday Messrs ills T and Den L DAvis Sulphur Springs called to see u Monday Mrs Henry Fields and son Joshua are visiting relatives in Owensboro this week Porn to the Wile oi Mr G B U lens on Tuesday evening the 3d Inst a boy MrJ Lawton Klein who has phoid fever is doing as well as coul be expected beerTI civile sick of typhoid lever is slowly improvingOf you know where to go fo hot peanuts and buttered popcorn Singer Office Dr A PStanleywho has been confined to his room since Sunday Is able to be out again For soda water lemonade phos phates ice cream sherbert c go to the Singer Office Miss Eliza Paxton who has been quite sick at her home near Cromwell is slowly Improving Mrs Amanda Barnett ol near town is the guest of her son Dr Nestor Barnett ol Caney vllle PVttif 4 oWw ta I For your pocketbdaks sake buy your new silk or flannel waists from Carson Co Mrs Genie Crowe and little daugh ter ot Blcknell lad are the guests of Mrs Lucy A Lick Misses Minnie Mclntlre sad Dessle Duke are visiting In the Sunnydale community this week Clothes do not make the man bone ut ofour Sro suits helps mightily CARSON Co It you want to buy a sewing ma chine why dont you write Williams to bring you one You must have queer legs il yon tall to find what you want here in fall trowsers CARSON Co Mrs Geo W Yost and Miss Viola Sayer Louisville are the guests of Mr L F Warners family Mr and Mrs W G Hardwlck and daughter Miss Marie are visiting relatives In Owensboro this week IOR SALEA fine young Spanish Jack Apply to M W Barnard 63t p Hartford Ky I Say po dby to your spring suit fall Is here to stay 10 will buy a splendid suit here CARSON Co Mr Iba Ford and Miss Ada GreerI both of near Adaburg were married at the Commercial Hotel last FldayI Shotguns from tbe cheapest to the best at Griffins drug store Every one guaranteed Call and see them Mrs C K Morrison Is at Reynolds Station this week with her sister MrsI Hettle Reynolds who is quite sick ol typhoid fever Mr Charlie Ticbenor of Htflln and Miss Pearl Holbrcok of Buford went to Rockport tart week and got mar rledIMr C R Martin the jeweler has moved his family to Hartford and is occupying the Klein property on Clay a street Miss Stella Wocrner who has been visiting relatives in Louisville ar rived home yesterday accompanied by Mr J II MalhallCMr and Mrs J B Foster son and daughter were the guerts of Col A a J Shackett and daughtet ol Island a few days last week See the stock of new Guns at Grli fins drug store Good Guns at lowt prices A splendid variety of differ ent makes every one guaranteed STRAYED One black horse mule 2 years old medium size Informant will address me at Hartford 3 all L B DAVIS Rev B A Brandon of Yelvingtonw Kyn Prohibition at the Methodist church Tuesday night to a fair sized audlencerYou can buy the best machine the Singer on earth of Gross Williams Try paying five dollars down and three dollars per monthten cents per day Mr Geo t Klein of Qulncy III arrived in Hartford last Sunday to beb at the bedside ol his brother MrbLawton Klein who Is very sick of typhoid CeverbAlice tbe twoyearyear old daugh tarot Mr and Mrs S D Sorrels of near Manda died last Saturday and was buried in the Mt Pleasant bury ing ground SundayITbe hurling season is now at hand and if you want a good reliable gun ul any kind call at Griffins drugstore A large variety at prices that will make them aellsMr and Mrs R M Walker visited Mr Walkers brother and family Int Breckenridge county the latter partI ol last week and the first ol this returning home Tnesdays C R Martin tbe old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer is now at the drug store of J H Will lamslIarllordwhere he is prepared to do any and all kinds ol work In his line Mr Ernest Ellis who recently graduated from Bryant Stratton Business College at Louisville left Tuesday for Crowley La where he goes to accept a position as bookkeeper Mr W M Pair has moved from ColsC M Darnells new house on Clay street Mr Fair will in a short time convert his residence into a business house and move his dryI goods business into same The Davidson Photo Co will be here on the 16th We have seen specimens ol their work little crick conaidder photo by Mrs Davididson Is charm ins We will have this photo at this office next week Mrs Lucy Iglehart died at her homer near Palo last Saturday morning of consumption Her ramalnes were buried in the family buying grounds Sunday in the presence of a large clr cle of friends and relatives She leaves a husband and a host of Iriends and relatives to mourn her loss Mr J W Peyton of Nashville Tenn arrived in Hartford Monday to succeed Mr C S McCullough as manager of the Cumberland Tele phone Exchange at this place Mr McCullough made many friends while here and will go from here to Sebree City in Webster county to take charge ofas exchange at that place I oiI Mr J T Sanderfur has accepted a position as clerk with Mrs Sara Collins Smith Capt W E Bennett who has bee in the regular army stationed In th Philippines for some time has arrived in the United States and wilt be at home in Hartford Ina few days Capt Bennett has served several years in the regular army and we engaged in the famous Santiago bat tie The Kentucky Telephone Associa tion will meet In Owensboio October stand 2 The organization Is composed of the Independent Telephone Companies ol the State The rapid advancement of these companies make is necessary to have an organization to protect their interests as well a that of the general public All Independent Companies are Invited to send as many delegates as possble r A New Man Prof S G Drushel Mt Hope 0 has been employed to teach a private actual at Fordsvllle during the fall Proto Drushel and we were school mates classmates and chums in college at Lebanon 0 during 98 and 99 our association with him was most congenial Indeed resulting in a fraternalship that is divine fn its conception In class work he was perfect pulverizing the most obstinate and puzzling problems in mathematics and analyzing the dead language singularly easy In a class of fifty hard working students from most every State in the Union he wn an acknowledged leader t- He comes from a family Inbewed with the spirit ol education having one brother in the faculty of the National Normal University and another brother principal of the city schools at Lebanon O They have met with marked success in their chosen pro fession as has our esteemed friend as Pro Drushel is a thorough student Christian gentleman and a teacher ol exceptional ability He is intensely earnest in his work and highly qualified possessing such noble traits as he does nothing save success is for him in school work- onfidently believing in his ability to cope with every question confronting professor we recommend him to our readers as a gentleman of exceptional worth who it retained in the county will be a boon to the sours work Rough RiverLodge NollOKof P At a meeting ol Rough River Lodge Knights of Pythias held at Castle Hall on Tuesday evening September lent the following resolutions were duly presented and byunanl voteot the lolge adopted to it WHEREAS God in his divine wit domhai called from earth to eternal it the swett gentle spirit ol Miss Amble Ford sister of our worthy brother E W Ford and WHEREAS In her death so sad and untimely another link is taken from a broken chain another bright a life from us who knew and toyed her and sadness brought to one of our Knights row therefore it is this Lodge- RESOLVED 1st That while we with chastened hearts to the will judeeplyRESOLVED 2nd Thattoourbioth ey Dr E W Ford and the other other family we extend our tenderest sympathy and pray Gods choicest benedictions upon them RESOLVED 3d That we offer to the Rathbone Sisters in this their first bereavement our most tender love and sympathy RESOLVED 4th That a copy of resolutions be spread upon the to of this Lodge and made apart of the records thereof a copy be to our bereaved brother a ropy to the Rathbone Sisters and a copy printed in our county papers W D MOORE R H HANKINS Com R D WALKER J A KJNOa Strayed From Dundee Ky One black Western horse with small brand on felt shoulder star in lore head and one white hind loot Any Information will be gladly received and rewarded by William Martin Dundee K- yHowTo Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happensSomehow the ounce produces the i it seems to start the digestive machinery going prop er so that the patient is to dfgest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do be fore and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking mscolls n You will find It tart as useful In wmmer u In winter and If you are thriving upon It dont slop became the weather b warm yx and lioo ill dnaccillt SCOTT BOWNE Chcmliti Nw Yak Jd PROSECUTION DISMISSED Demurrer to Indictment Sustain CaseeDlsmlsssd Owensboro Sept 3Special Judge J Robert hays filed a written opinions this morning on the demurrers filed to the indictment against Common wealths Attorney J E Rowe for malfeasance in office and misconduct In office In the first case the demurer was sustained upon the grounds that the grand jury could not Indict a Commonwealths Attorney upon such a charge until he has been impeached by the Legislature Coun representsthe prosecution excepted to the ruling of the court and willat once take the Ease to the C art of Appeals In the other case for misconduct in office County Attorney Clements upon investigation found that he could not secure a conviction and in his motion filed the following statement The defendant is charged with having violated section 1363 of Ken tucky Statute by receiving money di rectly and indirectly from John Hay den in consideration he would dis miss a prosecution then pending against said Hayden in this court The law provides that a defendant cannot be convicted on the testimony ot an accomplice without corroberat ins evidence In this case the Commonwealth has co evidence to the transaction other than Hayden and court holding that if the fads in Indictment are true then Hayden would be an accomplice and the Commonwealth having co evidence other than Havden to substantiate the Indictment he being an accomplice in the opinion of the court the Common wealth is unable to make out the case charged In the indictment I there fore in view of these facts file these statements and move the court to dismiss this prosecution The case was then dismissed and Rowe goes free Since Rowe has been Commonwealths Attorney he has been indicted in Hancock Ohio and Davless counties for being drunk while in the discharge of his official duties He escaped punishment in the first two counties and fileda par don from acting Governor Worthing loam the case In Daviess county Found In a Well Wednesday morning about nine oclock Mr Lon Stevens living lour miles Southeast of town found an infant child in a stock well on his farm From reports the neighborhood had suspected that something was seriously wrong in their commun ity Suspicion ran high lor about a week and finally Mr Stevens moor in his way to haul water from a stock well mar the suspected parties and in order that he might satisfy himself and neighbors purposelyor otherwise dropped his bucket In the well and immediately set about with grabhook to search the bottom of the well He succeeded in extracting from the bottom of the well an infant child that had been foully dealt pith and thrown in the well as a place of secrecy The prcof before the Coroners ry was that the child had been to death by means of a cord Everychild was natural and lull grown and had actually been murdered and thrown into the well to conceal the dastardly deed One singular incident occurred about the time Mr Stevens commenced searching for his bucket when a woman appeared and advised him not stir up the water proponing to lend him a bucket so long as he might need it however he declined and in a few minutes succeeded in finding a child It seemed to have had a large weight tied to it which refused to be raised to the surface of the water The child was guarded Wednesday night by Messrs John and Daniel ing and Quinton Her it the court and alter a postmortem exam nation by the Coroners jury yesterday morning the guards burled it at the Almshouse burying grounds The jury went out to view the site where the foul deed had been committed At the time of going to press the jury had not returned Marriages- Mr J P Ttllord to Miss Ida Den ham Mr I B Ford to Miss Ada Greer MrS R James to Miss An nie C Bennett Mr L T Barnard to Miss Emma L Brown Mr Allen Aldridge to Miss Annie Carpenter Mr J W Huff to Miss Ella B Wes terfield Mr William MldkifTto Miss Ida Hendricks As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power Ballards Snow Liniment is not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and 5 cts J H Williams Sombre Scene at Cleveland Cleveland 0 Sept 2 Instead of a great sea of muddy water the citi zens of a large share of the East side of the city gazed today upon tumbled piles of wreckage and ruins and long rows of filth and dirt piled on the streets sidewalks and doorways On every hand marks of the fl oi could be seen Since the flood subsidedthe houses of J W Smith and Norton Noble have fallen deeper down into the mire and two bouses which a few hours ago were beautiful homes art now hopeless wrecks St Joseph Cemetery which va a 4 jr 1fJ L devasted by the storm presented a scene most sombre The ground were strewn with heartbroken and sorrowing relatives searching for the graves little headstones andcoffins of departed loved ones only too often to be disappointed You bridle the appetite but you can not bribe the liver to do its work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of Herbine the best liver regulator Price 50 cents J II Williams in Jim Younger to Marry- A dispatch from St Paul says James Younger the bandit who U now out on parole alter serving twentyfive years in prison here Is to juarry Miss Alls Jr Mueller well known as a writer and a philanthropist Miss Mueller formerly lived in Missouri the home of the Younger brothers Last winter Miss Mueller was interested in the efforts to obtain official clemency for the famous pris onersThe announcement of the intended marriage was made by Miss Mueller herself She was ill today and could not be seen and Jim Younger was out of the city I Turn the tariff out of Congress out of politics and give it to an expert commission The average Congress man cannot master the tariff So say some but our ablest tariff scholars have been and are Congressmen Blaine Kelley McKinley Dingley Hoar Cullum and a host of others i Such men could hardly be got to serve on a permanent commission Ameri can Economlsit I 1111 J Gt aaCt JtCll Music Teacher Piano and Harmony I I Tuition per Term of ten weeks 10001 I ADABUKG KY Sept 4Rev R D Bennett the pastor in charge assisted by Rev Mrs Cook of Rush Centre Kan is conducting a series of meetings at the Mt Moriah Methodist church Messrs J T Sides and O D Taylor of Owensboro were in our com munity Saturday on business Mr Jesse King and family Pleas ant Ridge visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mt Walter Samuels and sister Miss Cora were the guests of Miss Inez Greer Sunday Mr Basil Taylor went to Whites vllle Tuesday on business Mrs Sarah Ralph and daughter Bertha Pleassant Ridge are visiting relatives here and at Ralph this week Mr C M Patton and family visited relatives near Narrows Saturday and SundayMiss Rosa Stinette and sister ol Westerfield were the guests of Miss Hester Ambros Sunday The ice cream supper at Mr El more Ashleys Saturday evening was an enjoyable affair Messrs Willie Tanner and James Lowe of Hartford were pleasant call ers at Mr Thos Hickeys Sunday Miss Ida Hobson whofcas been vis iting her sister Mrs Cora Ambrose for the past few weeks returned to her home at Masonville Friday Mr Iba Ford and Miss Ada Greer both of this place we married at the Commercial Hotel at Hartford the 27th inst I WONT TELL Tablers Buckeys Pileointruent re lieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons fall It is not experiment its sales increase through its cures Eyery bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts J III Williams m i A Shameful Act Eome mlsreant who ought to be In the penitentiary Instead of running at large in a civilized community had the monumental gall to destroy two S CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It ifrlglnatei In a scrofulous condition ct tho blood and depends on tbat condition It often causes headache and dlzzlnejj Impairs the taste imell and hearing al Iscts Ibo vocal organs disturbs the stomach It Is always radically and permanently cnred by tbe blood purltytng alterative and tonlo action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought tbe most as wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or tbe scrofulous habit 1 lOOP Hit are tbe belt cmthittlc acres of very five tobacco for Robert Lynn ot the Seven Gums neighbor hood a few nights ago by tying a large brush to a horses tail and rid log him back and forth across thetpatch breaking the tobacco all to pieces Mr Lynn rays his tobacco is literally ruined and he is at a lefts to know who owed him such an ill will Stirgns Herald The most delicate constitution can safely use Ballards Horehound Syrup It is a sure and pleasant remedy for coughs loss ol voice and all throat and lung troubles Price 25 and SOC J H Williams m esThe Howard Case Frankfort Sept a The Frankfort Circuit Court convenes Septem br g It is likely that after the call ing of the criminal docket everything thereon will be continued to clear the docket for the Jim Howard case More than 1000 sujpccnai for wit nesses have been IssuetThe labors of the prosecution have been unremit ting during the past year and it is claimed tbat additional evidence will be submitted Howard seems confident of acquit tal It is said Col James Andrew Scott will be associated with the de tense Barring unlooked for delays it seems likely that by Tuesday after neon or Wednesday the Howard case will be begun Slow Are Tour Kldntjri Or Hobtn gpariinii Plllt core ill kidney 11U 8ira file ties Add Burl DC Remedy Co Cblevo or N V EVERYBODYS STORES Carries Constantly in stock all Standard sizes of the Premier OLD HICKORY and TRNNRSSELR Every piece in them guaranteed to ho wads of good material Lightest running and be yond question tile most popular wagon on the market You cant make a mistake iu buying ono of these WAGONS Horse Shoe Brands Fertilizers If we did not consider thorn the best on earth wo would not ask you to also thorn They llavo been sold in your county for eighteen years establishing a reputation second to none and am entitled to the confidence and patronage ofaU farmers who desire abrand of FERTILIZER that will grow crops Give thom11 trial and iou will become staunch friends of the HORSE SHOE BRANDS Superror Gra5rJ DrillsSuperior Disc Drill with Fertilizer attachment has won tho favor of tho farmers ill all wheat sections and leas demonstrated its superiority among sown of tho best wheatgrowers in this county Remember tho name SUPERIOR Sold by i ET3 BARNES C5C EaOy BeaVer Daxn A9 y pppppppppppipppprpppp f The 0 Proprietors 3OFE OHIOCOUNTYFAIR 1 0 f trIifu Ii vu e tte e o iss iI e Ii REMEMBER THE DATES I Octo er 2 3 4 63 O 1- o r HARTFORD KY 3 1 aa cc aa aaaaaa t t 5d + J0 oii foo iMAJTrI i4 rM rJ 1 Hartford Republican c FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 o FARMER AND PROTECTION He Is Best Off with a Near By Market for Ills Products It Is the slok argument ol the S PteeTradera thit IloUclicm in if all things Inimical to the lit rests c f the farmer They grudgingly cone U that the manufacturing indiisttief thrive under Protection hut the point to the trusts as the IcBiiiront result of the Protective pohcytin willing or unable to see that the relation of Protection to the trusts is simply this Protection allows American industries to exist The truttf so Cara9 they are hostile to the general good are abuses of this condition not its legitimate or in tended t fleet The remedy for any evil caused by the trusts is not Free Trade but regulation U idtr Frte Trade there possibly would not be any trusts There wouldnt be much business rf any kind Amputation ol everybodys legs if tot the most sensible remedy fr tin habit of kicking people Legs can be regulated without being taken nfl and especially without depriving tin innocent of something to jtind on The FreeTraders have always con tended that the falmels didnt need anything to stand on and lots ol farmers honestly believe they wculd be better oil without Protection What do they think tf Germany agrarian Tarifl designed to Protect the German farmer by the imposition of heavy duties If Protection helps the German farmer why not the American Of course the Protection afforded is different in kind but the same in eflect This country doesnt import farm products and Germany does The American farmer is not in need Protection except In isolated cases from neighboring countries from competition in his own products But when the workingman has no wages he has no flour and meat and vegetables and thats what the farmi r has to sell and he doesnt want to dt r pend Uo much upon the foreign market for his sales The peculiar speciousness of the free trade argument lies in its appeal to class cupidity The prosperity oi each class depends upon that of all Wheat at 2 and corn at 750 01 the other side ol the globe may appear an ideal condition from the farmers view But it Is much better to have 1 wheat and 500 corn with money in the pocket of the American consumer to buy ltKansas City Journal How it Injures rIItwill be a wonder if tariff revision can be kept in the background at the Young Women Tie entry Into womanhood is a critical a girl Little nun stnul cUiordtn started at that time Loon ThatfcmaJc estabfishesflow When once this important ions tion ii started right a healthy e will usually follow Iiany women young old owe their lives to Wine of L CarefuL There is nothing like it to rive women freedom from pain and to- fftyoungwomeniorevcrydutyof life at druggists Miss Della M Strayer Tully Kant Ml have lulftrtd untold pain at menstrual pc nods for along time wit nervous had no appetite and lot Interest In everything In fACt wu miserable I have taken four bottles of Wine of Cardul with Thedfordi BlickDmujht when needed and today I am entirely cured I cannot express the thanks I feel for what you have done for me For adTlee In cues reqalrlDi ipeelal dlreo CloD lrcMlTlnf irmptomi the LadlW Adtuorr Department TbeCti ttanoofaM3 Iclaa Voopaor Chsttanoosa Tn- nWINLo CARb DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Pr SwampRootthe and bladder remedy It Is the great medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century discovered after years ol byDrcent kidney and blad der Declallst and I ringlamebias and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lUll the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur inCbeen made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to flndoutifyouhavekidneyorbaddertroubIei oller In Ms paper and aend your address to Dr KllmerCoBlng HI TheIfifty cent and 11or sWanrife 1irecular are sold by all good druggists 1 3 j J 4 J- I next session of Congress for the op position is run ashore for an issue and there ate several commercial treaties that ol course ae Intimately conner ted wIth the stiff and will demand chinge or raodicfiatioos of the tariff It a tariff dispute and long dltcussion can he avoided it will distinctly be a I blesiIng to trade as certainly as either will piudize a number ol industries While the country is doing so well rolilrg could be more unfortunate than to arouse doubt as to the tarltfI While a taiifl is hanging In the balI ance no importer will move a hand toI trope in the dark but suspend opera Lions until the rates he Is to pay are fixed Impetalism and expansion being dial and burled the plight of the op posion is dwpf rate and as its mis sion is to cause mischief it is too much to expect that such an opportunity to injure the luilncss interests of the country will be allowed to pass New London Conn Day Teahers Meeting The loltowing is a pipjratu of the Teachers Meeting to be held In Bnford Magisterial District September at at Beda 933 a m Opening Exercises prganlzition Purpore of Associa tonGeneral discussion Practical use of Physiology J D Stewart Paper Pleasures in Teaching Lou ana Ford Paper Troubles in Teach lugIl B Ellis Declamation Chloe Shown Noon ino pmRoll Call answer with quotation Penmanship C W Mose ly Hssay PunctualtyLeoto Patton Why should we have a longer term of of schoolShadrach Greer and W S Voung Importance of Regular At tendance how to secure sameFlor ence Rowan and Allle Fjelden How todevelop truthfulness in children Gilbert Holbrook and Sam E Turner Declamaton Ernestine Anderton W R CARSON Vice Pres CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the Signature of Resolutions Whereas God in his wisdom has seen fit to call our friend and schcomate Miss Katie Pierce from us Therefore be it Resolved That in her death theRo sine school lost a kind andearest teacher and schoolmate the com munity one of its best and purest wo men and her widowed mother the cheer and comfort of declining years Resolved Further that we her schoolmates and friends who have known her so long and so pleasantly tender our sympathy to the bereaved ones believing that there is some thing better than living longthat II is better to live well This she did SADDER MAMIB CROWDRRI EMMA STEWART I3ERTRMmTAUvBERT I ComI Attention I I All the Baptist churches in Ohio county are earnestly requested to be represented at the Baptist church in Hartford on September 28 19 i at 10 oclock a mOl to consider the prc priety of organizing on Ohio county Baptist Association and if deemed proper to effect the same Please send your messengers instructed to enter the organization at once il not to counsel and assist In order tc- have everything ready on the above date it will be necessary lot you to decide this matter at your September meeting Both Daviess county and Gasper River Asscclatlons were hearty in promising you letters for this put pose Write to your associational clerk at Wells or Greenville the day your church decides directing him to send the letter to me at Beaver Dam KyYour immediate attention to this matter will mean great good to our Baptist cause in Ohio county An interesting program will be arranged for both Saturday and Sundry- E W COAKLKV Cli Com r a On aOX 0iaXABear theittKind You Hare Alars Bough 111Qfn The Protective Tariffof the United States is intended to prelect the Industries of this country not of other countries Other ocuntrles have the Same right to protect their industries and are welcome to use them S pCJASTOXtXABun thelIe Kind You HaiiANnjfS Bought nzDr d It should be remembered that Gieat Britain buys twice as much from us- AS three nations ol the Continent that ate grumbling at us and Great Britain Is not kicking Iroiti wltk 10 Ltbr otrau C- araIlrtgtouco bbIIjOTOUa fm lb deir or tobotlorn loit muhood ftkes yoo itroof I dIocktI your own drarKllt T1WU vbo wflIpti07 PtIIfl117 OrS boilluiaallcuriilbotlltum r at or S rfud m-nlI KdC 5IiI liv The Bill Mr SI shall feel greatly hon ored if you will accompany me to the theater tonight Miss BWltb pleasure What is the bill for tonight Mr StlAboutten dollars 111111 PARTNERS IN MISFORTUNE I Two Husbands of one Woman Con elude to Have Their Photo graphs Takenj Hlcktuan KyAug 30 Two men one from Reelfoot Lake and the other from Mayfield walked Into a photo graph gallery in this city and announced that they desired to have their pictures taken They stated that they were both the husband ol the same woman and being partners in misfortune they hail concluded to have photographs made on one nega tive just to show how friendly they wereThe first husband married the woman at Reelfoot Lake and lived with her for some time One day she disappeared and her husband lost sight other The couple had not been hap py together and the man claims tbatI he was not sorry when his wile left him From Reelfoot Lake the woman went to Mayfield where she captured the heart of a Graves county citizen They were married but in a short time husband No 2 discovered the real state oi affairs through alrlendI who had known the woman in R elI foot Accordingly husband No 2 called on husband No I and after aI short talk during which husband No I failed to express any regret for tbeI absence of his wife the two became fast friends The secondhusband will probably file suit for divorce Blow Away the Fog Ninetynine per cent of the talk abont the need of freer trade Tariff revision and what reciprocity will do Is destitute ot specifications It is all general and no one knows what any one else means II the talk ever be comes specific in the sense of demand log repeal of duties required lor de fense of particular American indus tries from cheaper costs abroad the fur will begin to fly The Republican platform is the sale gulie open the L J1C FOR A Situation BookKeeplngBaslness fHO HTeIegraph jAtai WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY JOT circular or hli ftmoni and niponitbt COUHERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hrdal ait World Expoaltlon Rtttn la thwuand of rradnatef In pottlo- ntetofruii IIuinW Coo 11IlIdlll U ClOD books and Hoard la family about tfl Shorthand TJPO Writingud TekgrapbySpecialt- rnaTb Kntnckr rnlTenltr Diploma undt wtrjfj fndulM Literary fn It dMtrad- No Taxation Enter now GrtdnttMinccMifnl I ordtr la MoM yor Irttm rx M adjrta oly WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky PIMPLESTlfwlfo hud iilmplea oil her fare but theybaewith constipation for some time but after tak IDK the nrst Cascaret 1 hare bad no trouble with thIs ailment We cannot speak too high WARTMANI l- sIigt TRADE MASS RIOISTtafO 00GoodCURE CONSTIPATION llrll Rdi titIIugs K lrl w Tt Ill VOTHRAP ilititoCtlUKlWccollablk IA WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under Thc Suu All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases Inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuoua membranes causing them powerfulentirely eaten away the same mew braues that their makers have aimed to cure while pasten and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has I for many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment oi Catarrh has at last perfected a treat ment which when faithfully used not permanently cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts tI This wonderful remedy is kncwo as Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a lull months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Snufllfs is the only perfect Cure ever wade and is now recognized as the only sale and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all irflituntlon quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold n the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuflles1 wil save you il you ire it at once It Is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which IB festively uuarans eed to cure Catarrh in any firm or stage if treed according to the direc tions which accompany each pack ue Dun t delay but send for it at once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price of Snufllss the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I lid win B Giles St Company 2330 and 2333 Market street Philadelphia Ji I ports for goods we do rot produce No man can say to his neighbor Throw away your business so that I may double mine A young lady dropped into a local furnishing store recently and sake It is my desire to obtain a pair of circular elastic appendages capable of being contracted and expanded by means oscillating burned steelAppli ances that sparkle like patticles of gold leaf set with Alaska diamonds and which are utilized for keeping in position the habllments of the lower j extremities which innate delicacy for bids me to mention The bashful youth blushed profusely as he handedI her a pair of tatters the articles she was seeking i p Playing Dummy The following taken from the Lex ington Herald shows how even a city police department may be duped sometime If the person mentioned is the same Elmer Lanter we know he Is anything hut n deaf mute Yesterday a deaf mute Elmer Lanter aged 14 years son of I N Itnter ol Richmond Kywho ran away from home and came to Lexing ton last Monday was picked up by the police Chief of Police Marshal was told ofhis presence here by some railroad men and took charge ol him near the C 0 passenger depot and sent Po liceman Donlon with him to the po lice station There he was seen by a Herald reporter He tod the reporter his story by means of a penciland paperHe used to be at the deal and dumb institution at Danville Taken 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