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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iFI TitE IIARTFORJ REFTTBLICAN yearJL1 YOL xv HARTFORD KY FRIDAY1 AUGUST 29 1902 o 6 U O CtrI1 fl RI 0otnnzis TO 4 l rr Transportation to Atterni tlu- Special atid Annwd Meet Inge at Chicago w Uce 1td IJM spdII- i UIt of iii to4Jfl pi tb4 JP4iot t- Iru4CompsiU1bena 0I41 the Corn U 1i44iAiw- a Heiii e d41e4h aoUIrM lttIS niIIUaI rnttg DrnIS4eWThirnpajw bl4 a1L utfld- Ia cltosu IlHaoIa 0U W41 Odor II- Jttt at coo To prrnlt persocal tUa4N at tIre 111M I gi tIer ifil be kiud to ack DIm of oc uv more 1st Jk tflta- oIinCo1AWira1 ld atefoa tb- etoou of 1 Cornpau U lb do or bslrn o- Yrlday AiiI 1ltof a4 tv told o- fir4 ojVrffaj ptmbr It 102 stkkta- bll lrnerkrIe traltror lbe Com Paul U from lb taUn ii lb 1Illu- IIta2 UaUroad ar C tvl0 or Lr rndatn4- adire 14i thkaso aid tetura uk tkkt to be goo4 to the Joerq to Cbleago oiLy dirig t- Ioar dais hata dtatrly prordIa coti tI dr of- II rnetlg ai4 for thereturu joerny from UI- r1r aiiIj u the da or 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llIoJ IICa Railroad 7athe 14Vazoo 1cMlsslsslppl Valley RAILROAD Vaalottaa Pprl11tl AIlloa Wtltz Cooper WOl Lai Wi4I aid Itivwai wu are 1PJr lIon 1bUWlt aud ptaure reooriu t atr a a feture ad boyleg- tot1aeiornmudsiIOfl Tbr apelotati4oo- rtbtiiIU oa o ofib llIoI eDI1 aid Yelee A iiIa4uIppl Valley Jlallroad I lb- bpiaed tour MissjppiI4aitottdrtgadfor a trv eopyofa- atlatral4 tGr4Her1bb item aU la 441- HardiTe a aprloai Orapoa ptlga flwo4 SrtRI Crrtii i4priq al4tzitidO Sprillft 1 WterII Kttky I enI SPIUfl 4 DIeD la Souitna flhluote are Irntta lPeOrUtlUanl PItCh D mutrl84 boot bi- be Iuad 1kb en be bad tree on appltetlon to the Undtlgad A lIIIANSOX o t A Iliuiola rln n IL Cblrago NEW HROUGH LINE SEflVEN EVANSVILLE AND OHICACOA new throngbcar line has been eatabllshrd fur the entire distance over the IllinoIs Central between vaniv1i1 And Chicago the line being via Mattq Champaign and the road froal qvallsvllle to Mattoon formerly part of the P D n Ry The aerl Jpalollo r NORTH BOUND Dal1 Ux Sun LvUvausvIle 73op nt 730am ArChIcago 7OOam 7t0OpU- 1SOUTHBOUND I Daily aX Sun LvChictgoi 8 4opm830am rBvansvllle 8osam ssop m Though aieepingcara on nIght tratna and throuRh free reclining chair i arsqnday ttalns licketa ol your local tlcketaRrnt TIlE NEW YORK WORLD r ThriceaWeek EdltlonAI Mot a PUy at the prlce of a Weekly Tb1ltfIklU1 compaIn I over bet it qI4eoinaJUtth ifa 41 II tell of awi Tit lprornpitlaud1- miJPtIiLFaI4tbLI r an to 40 I to loot IfltMCO4R0OThST1I1aWNk lIUoDor the Sw ut1W p34 whIrl corn to tbubanther 151 U r Tb Tb fA iupnb- llbr of ares asw O ralnalt c1ioIaita wIie- ipyrths XIIIp Ii UpOkU412470- Uiat1t b TbIlC 4cOk Worlc TegIIlor nbierl- ttoa prlcot IooalfiOO perar We blor tb aaqllale4paper aid Ta RUI1I1LII411 t- oitbr en trar for 110- Tb JoJlllararlpUOD prlee IIU hp- Pt I sLot hrCeaIiUpaUoa Ita LyonStXatIiO Smp It you donfUh fi bettor iban any YOU 1IYO ever used Jourdrucllel will re 1IJI41 tbemony ico0 r 4 1r HUNDREDS I Of Men Are SearchIng For the MurdercrLogan County People Wild With Excitement Over Murder Of Miss Zoda Vick- At Russellvn e And jewarefs A l gretatlnl 1000 Offered Iy COU1IY And State POSSEMENf7 USPEC1 RuuenlIe Ky Aug alLoganc- ountyja wild with excitementover the murder otMI3I ZOOa Vlck and to night seschlng parties eggreatInga- evert1 hundred men are looklllg or n former employe oUbe Vlck family who Is suspected ot the crime A posse went to the manS resIdence about lour miles from the scene of tte crime today but he could not Ie Sound Il was learned that his wUe and two chlldrtD were away from home on a visit A search of the house revealed a pair of torn trousers spattered with blood I The people In the neighborhood of the crime bave been out tn masse I since the discovery of Miss Vicka body Id Ii most thorough search Is being made for any bIt of evIdence that may lead to the detection of the criminal PMSfl REPORT 01 CAPTURE It was reported tonlght that the man In question had been captured lit Guthrle and would be brought here on the p8 train Puliy 200 armed men met the1rAln However It was a fasereport It was reportel tonight that the former employe left Rlktou on his way to Ilopklnsviite and word was sent to the Chic f of r lice at that place by the Sheriff of Logan county to arrest him Points hi and around this p1ace have also been notified one report hIS It that the ma ts back In the knobs where the crime was peqetrated The supposItion of Ute majorltyla that be baa not left the country and the pouemen are confident of his capture Inside of eighteen hours If 1n the lcfuLty or the murder there la no escape lot hllll while the same can be sold II be Ila Todd or Chrlstla couutles a- all points are posted The mans brother Is also under suspIcion but he hu not been foun Several Irreh have boen made but In each Instance the suspect provet an alibi and was released GUARDING AGAINST MOD VIOLENCE It seems to be an assured fact that the murderer will be caught and every tlTort possible will be made to protect hint The members or Com pany M State Guard were notified by Capt Dowden to hold themselycs- lii readiness should any vlolnee be attempted The people re so wrought up that It Ia teared should- the murderer be captured a clash will 101l0w AdJt Gen Murray will be dowlI 011 the 1115 Lin traIntoqok Into matters and every effort will be inad to preyed a lynching In the event of capture A CITIZENS MnaTIKO- Au IndIgnation meeting was held it the court house thIs mon1ng to condemn the murJer and steps were taken to capture the murderer Speeches were wade by Dr Walter Byrne knd Dr A L Butt which thoroughly aroused the Pfople Gro IgnoranceDlowa out the gas and fUiulsbea the with a Sad on obituary notice Didnt know was loaded may be an honest plea but it never brought n victim back to life Those let I cough run on dnJterfindsequencei wilen the couglade velopa into lung Tue beet thus to kill a snake Is In the egg The belt time to cure I curh ii whe It start Ordinarily a few doses of Dr Medical Discovery will cure a cough at the beglutilug But even when the cough II deep the Junzi bleed the bodyIs wasted by eniaclation Dr Golden MedIci Discovery will la niuetyeghtc- asesout of every hundred effect a nerlect nermanent cure Wbu1osncl had bor ceorblerfbryeirs sod people flnkly s sea UPI MrLJba Skiresea t No- m 5 ago 01 ti Na taN sia tent bit coijMif w e aM aIr rrlW lOCh slaruO bat 1t4 fee lbs bargss f a wwild w a trneukih a a w Afler three da qpejig iew wta u- tberrn TMd l4Miuar1 III lb j II a itb biae4 eoe a bottlaaf Dr tlel b Mtty4- y lIuuit woo rrnseatls In three s WII tegsatig lIri rteeeeq- OoMi Mf4tt1 S sad around aid a twe T 417be weaC to weik- wo bottle cured bim The Common Sense Medical Ptdvls 1008 pages In paper covers la sent fris- on receipt of ai oneeent stamps topat expense mailing only Addreas Dr LV Buffalo N V U Itdwsrds cashier of the Deposit Billie and one of the leadIng citizens of the connty was selected to preside over the meeting Other speeches were inade by JeadlllZ b6siflesa men and a committee was appointed to ask CountyJizdge Clark to olTer a reward or 1500 for the capture or the murderer The citizens sIgned papers to the effect that II the Fiscal Court failed to appropriate the amount It would be made good by private subscription povaRNoR OPIERS REWARD The committee communicated with Coy Beckbam informing hIm or the action taken and asked that be offer 500 rewrd jn behalf of the State IIe readily to do so The cmmitteeIPp61I ted asked that all busllleH houses be cloud lad that an Join hi the effort to capture the crlmlI nal As a consequence buslueM Is at a standstill Every store In the city has closed Its doors SCENE OP TUR ZURDER The murder of Zoda Vlck was one of the most heinous In the annals of crime The body when found was hidden between a rail fence and a large rock covered with leaves and n large stone had been placed on the girls lace She was so well hidden that It Is remarkable that she was not removed until 5 oclock this morning laorder to assist the hounds In getting a trail Miss Vlckwng about sixteen years old and was consIdered a bright pretty girl The scene or murder Is one of the loneliest spots In the county Thespriug where the crime wsa committed Is about a quarter or a mile from the houpe It Is In a vat Icy and Is surrounded on all sIdes by heavy timBer aqua s of people con tlnue to go to and Itom the scene of murder i a HoW Grant Bought a Colt When Ulysses S Grant was a small boy Ifvitg la Georgetown 0 he wanted like most oys to own a horse and one partIcular colt belong lug to a man named Ralston he wish ed especIally to have To Indulge the boys taste and buy the colt his fatheroffeed Mr Rslstot 20 But the owner valued thecolt stja5 lid refused the otter taking The animal home with bim- As teboujs passed after the tttle horse hidtrgtedaway with UI own r Uijase 41sappostmentiiideag- ernesi for eloa increased ud heaafl begged hII Mdier tc pay the a5deminded ills htlilerl that butlllIcemIght g to olr Ralston atoffer ao again It his father added he could not buy ftor 201he might offer 225o And If the owner would not let Itgo for 22 So he might la order to obtain It glve2S Ulysses therefore mouflted a horse and set out for hit Ralstons He waNt that time probably eht years old When he found the lie told him PApa Mya tinayofier you ao for the colt btitlfyoti WQn take that to oller yOtL22 50 and If you wont take that toglveyoti f2 The eagerneis of the boy to gaIn tborcco4Aot rook aay barrier- It Js peed ess to ray that he pajd as and led the JlDhual home Gi et aaid1wrIting his memo cit that that the storyof this pur chase oJbI got put ln the vJllage and It was long before he heard the last of It The schoolboys delighted In teas- Ing hint nboutJt schoolboys are very often little barbarians for tormenting one another1and they did not let Ulysses forget this one instance when he was behind the rest In clevrness He kept the horse or several years and finally old It lor twenty dollars the poor animal having become blind Liter he found 1t taken from the road and working the tread wheel ora ferry boat which plied between the Kentucky and OblQ banks of the Ohio riverNew Vor Press OASTORXAIBwi tIe Jtt1- Ipkn JdJIl4 Kukkluz The lIarrodeburg correspondent o the Lexington lIenld send the follow- Ing to that paper which sounds like a pIpe story rhe Kuklux In Perryvllle neIgh bothood contipue to send out notice to citizens J mart named Colder who received a wanrlug yesterday that he must leave the country Instdd of beIng alarmed has boughta repeating rfie and hs written and posted a number f lIotlCes defying tbenlght raiders and inviting them to carry out their threats against him He tells them that beknows that they are too cowardly toundrrke to execute It One ol the best acain that commit nlty was beard to utter III oath oo the street that he has receIved a warnlllg not to repeat 1he offense The men who were whipped a few nights ago and warnCcl to l ve under a penalty or death are aUlfln the nelghboruood They have fortified their homes and are awaiting a second call from the regnlatOIjId blood will nOW fthe attack Is made e z v FAILED TO LAND A CHECK Soulless Corpoatfon Only Sends Back Verse for Verse A farmedn Ohio whose hog bd been killed by a train and who po doubt felt that he wasentltledto dam ages for the same penned the follow lug which lie enclosed In aletterad dressed to the general office of the railroad company My razorback strolled down your track A Week alto today Your 29 came down the line And snufied his light away You cant blame aiethe hog you see Slipped through the cattle gate So kindly pen aCheck for ten The debt to liquidate The old farmer without question miscalculated the mellowIng effect of poetry on railroad corporations asia a few days he receIved the following Old 29 came down the line And killed your hog we know But razorbacks on railroad tracks Quite often meet with woo Therefore my friend we can not send The check for whIch you pine Just plant Ute dead plant oer his head Here liesa foolish swine a a Keep Xt In Your Home And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATl- vaSwUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidney liver and bowels will keep our altem In good working order and makeyour complexion clear For sale byj TbosAllen RoslneKy a Watterson Scores the Democratic Machine To the Democrats of Kentucky SInce so much has been saId on the subject without authorization or mine It seems proper that I should In some public manner declare that I shall note a candidate for Governor of Kentucky When the suggestion was original ly made I gave It entertainment and consideration It was represented to me that 11 consented I mIght Tely upon sbstalltlal unanimity In the nominating convention and at- Ut01lCk J aw teoolt a head at the Hllow to take stock la any suck aoe e1COI fe that the thongbt tnniting tile patty in a new departure On high broad lines of pub lie policy lifting the State out or the ruts of faction and restorlllg It to Its former place at the head ofthe march- Ing column ol National Democracy was not without Its allurement to one who hu always held office and om- clallsmln aU Its forms In sincere aversion There was especial attraction lu the Idea ofgolng out among the Democrats of KenWcky and from one end or the State to the other of proclaiming the doctrines of the fathers of Democracy IS Ute sole hope or the future of the party of meetlllg all corners face to lace In the substantiation or truth In the denunciation of falsehood and In the defense of my own record and by direct appeal ad dressed to the good sense and good feeling the higher nature an4 the loftier aspiration of the people to win a vote of confidence alter a life time Of arduous dIsinterested service I dId not doubt what their verdIct would be after they had heard rue nor do I doubt this nor I think I know the Democrats of Kentucky well They arc a cranky lot butT sin something of a crank myself We have had our ups and downs They will Rive me credit at least for paddling my own canoe Whether In the matter of 1896 they were right or I was right all orus patti the penalty It they were right they whIpped me and as on a certain thousands Have Kidney trouble and Dont xnowt UoWTiP Out Fill a bottle or common class with your water anti let It stand twentyfqur hours a sediment or set thug Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys If It stains your linen It Is vldence of kidney trouble too frequent deslrto pass tt or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder aro out 01 order That to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so swampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects ipabiflty passIngitwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity olbtlngcompclled to go often during the day to many times during thC nIght The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soot realized It stands the hihcst for Its won derful cures of the distressing ease If you need a medIcine you should have the beat Sold bydrugglslo In 5Oc ndi sizes You my hays a sample bottle of JhIs wonderful diSCOVery arid a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free bymall address Dr Kllmer ito or 5ampDoci Co BI lghamlonN Y When writing men lion readIng thIs c norlUl offer In thIs paper f Lu klllon old Sam Houston observedJ they whipped me good Tha t- ought to satlsy them II I was right ad they whIpped me wonderfully kavens knows I forgive them tllany things have happened sInce t ea Many things are likely to Il5ppefl before the end oUhe chapter ii my appoInted sphere and place I aU endeavor to lead as I have al U led with the tear of God belore s answerable at on times only to jdand my own conscIence relermentls not for me lirough- itjbe poInt where I must look the atlon full in the eye I sin appall tthe coaditlous which the and OtPut candidate must needs meet vecQI1 er9gU and cJeata hdmbt court sod cozenthe servIlity he must affect or practice the obll- gaUous ineuzi the peronaI aollclta- tlonfgaoble and humiliating the use ofmoOey more or less orrnpt and corrUpting for though he have an overwhelming maJorIty or the people at hIs back there stands Ute ma chine first to be captured and then to be deployed wIth all that this ins plies Although I have never had a ma chIne I am not n stranger either to the character or the efficacy of ma chine methods Nor do I lack some poInts or vantage In case I wanted to construct a machIne or my own pur pose But no unclean dollar has ever passed my hand either coming or going and I am too old to turn rascal Sometimes I have declared that I should like the people to write Governor of Kentucky on my tombstone But I should Ill rest In my gravelf there were the suspicion of staIn Upon a letter of that honora ble epitaph It Is kqQwn to those who know anything of my private affairs that I- can fill no office requiring an oniy time without n very serious diminution of Income Without counting the cost of a canvass I could not exist four years In office at lrankfort except ot an outlay of money greater than I feel that I can lalrly subtract from the reasonable expectation ofI those who have natural claims upon me Contemplated from afar the hope of rendering the people the party and the State some service a hope whl h became the more Insplr lug as It tasted of selsacrafice cx- peiled from my estimate considers tifiofa more iateilat kind WIth thenearerapproach orthetlme wbu a decisIon must be made I am admonished not less by my busIness obligations than by Judgment and wishes of my family to descend from the clouds and to bethlnk myself or these things and doing this It seems little abort of preposterous that I should proceed with a suggestion which hRS taken no form or body throughany act olmine In ont word let nte say that the apple tempted me but I did not fat and I shall not eat Front snauy parts of the State andI from some of the beit men I have re ceWedasnrances of friendly sympathy and support Itbank them one and all and with all my heart Nor 5101 I without ii certain sense of In dehtedness to those enemies who by the fabrication otall sorts of preten slollS on uiv part have sought to deo lame and Injure use but who have In reality much strengthened me with onslderate people In the long run lying rarely hurts anybody except Its authors I stand upon my record such as It is and profoundly grateful to my fellow citizens or every way oUhlnklng for their confidence and favor olten In the lace ohcrlous dUo lerences ofoplnionprofounly hopeful of the future or the party and the StateI shall continue Jo labor un- dtr my own roof tree tilt my race Is run a free malt a Kentuckian and a Democrat HENRY WATTERSO- NouIsville August 13 1902 T A Curo for Cholora InfantumID- a1klrotDookwaUerchild or our neighbors was suffer Ingfrom cholera luCantum The doctor bad given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle or Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telllug them I felt sine It would do good lused occordeQg to dlI rectors was In two days time the child had fully recovered and Is nownear lyn yar since a vigorous healthy girl I have rucomniended thIs Remedy frequently and have never known It to alIbi any sIngle Instance For sale by nn druggests The Paramount Issue The lion Tom Tllggart national committeeman from Indiana has added his voice to those of the other numefOUI prominent Democrats who have declrelt that the tarilT and trusts arto be the paramount Issues of their patty Practically the whole cam plgn will be based on these issOe- sMraggat said to th Journal when In the city Tuesday night OuJ- platcorm1Ucal1lnglresnmably the national platforft of 1904wlll de- clat for a tam for revenue only and an ecOuomfcaladmlnlstrallon ofaflairs- As the tarllT Is now protection Is awirded itufis wbich absolutely iseed tJ oZ 0 ji no protection while the tarlffoa the necessities or life affords the trusts tlii chance of holding up pricea Wbata familiar soitudtkitbOitii mIght thlk the bands orthe clock d been ef back ten or twetvt years aad that we were again la the throes o the campaign of 1890 or 1892 Wf were told then that the tarlll was the mother of trusts and II the Demo erats Jot Into power they were going i tO crush not only the odious parent but aU Iserbated progeny Thellas now then the keenedged weapon exhibIted to the populace was a I tariff lot revenue onI Vhat desw 01atlon they intended to spread with It among the monsters when they got control of the government wen th y gal controland they spread gieottiou But thetrnts were not desolated to any greatextent Instead the trUl was so revjsed by the provision of the WllsonGorman law that almost every trust In the coutry was given more protection than It had bfore The weapon which the advocates ol tariff reform had displayed wu used but It let out thelife blood not of the trasts but of the legitimate busIness of the cQnntryRalls City JournalChatiberlaina Colic Cholera and Dlarahoea Remedy hasa world wide reputation for Its cures It never fails and Is pleasant and safe to take For sale by aU druggists a Men In CblcaEo Churches Profound astonishment and deep chagrin will be felt by Chicagoans over the statistics gIven the national Bible conference by an Investigator of Chicagos religions state The statistician the Rev Fred D Smith of New York asserts that of the 12000 Iri attendance at Chicago churches one Sunday mornlng52 were menl Now the disposition of the loyat Chicago layman when confronted by such a statement would be to leap Immediately to hIs feet and to emit vigorous and sweeping denial But to ones Increased astonIsh ment bewilderment and consternation he finds that the clerglcal de- nIals which should be even more prompt and decisive than that of Ute layman are strlllgely feeble and un certain Thus for example one spiritual shepherd is moved to no more con vlnclng a rejoinder than ths Mr Smiths figures do not seerndo hot seemfto Iqe to be correct But I am not In a position to dISpute them I So far asI am able to tell lie may have visited churches at various times with the result be reported I There are mlllY Presbyterian church ell however which are regulslJ attended by more than fiftY W- 9men1 It is true Miss Jllle Adams is pp- tlmlstlc enough to express doubt of Mr Smiths figures and ventures- to assert that in many Catholic churches there are 1tytwo men In each congregation LUewise Father Dunne or the Church ol the Guardll Angel does not hesitate to say tbat there are many churches In Chicago that are attended every Sunday morn ug by many times finytwo meaI Nevertheless the matter Is left la a most dlstnrblllg state of uncethiflt If MrSmltb Is right It might cpa duce to some good end to publlah the names or the fiftytwo men A ToVNQ LA Bra LIFE AATD- At ranam Colombia by Chamber lnini Colic ctlorua and Ihlar ihoe Remedy Dr Chas H Utter a prominent physician or Panama Colombia In a recent letter tated Last March I had as R patient a young lady sIxteen years of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Uverything I pre scrlbeed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure she would die She had become so weak that she could not turn over la bed What to do at this critical moment was a- tedy for JOe but I thought of Chain berlalns Colic Cholera and Dlarroea Remedy and as a last resort prescrlb ed It The most wonderful resultwas effected Within eIght hpurs shewas feeling much better Inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end or one week was entirely welt For sale by aU druggist Notice I have this day set my son John Henry Briggs and daughters Allis and Manic Drlgitl free to trade and make contracts for themselves and will not hereafter be responsIble for their conduct or contracts This Aug 22 1902 Gao BRIGGS 6t2 Mcllenry Ky A J CottIngham went to Wash Ington County Ark to see his sIster and while there was taken with flux dysenteay and was very bad off lIe decIded to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was 10 much pleased w1ththe prompt cure which It fted that he wrote the manufacturers a letter In praise of their rn1cine Mr Cot tlugham resides ai Lockland Ark thIs remedy is oriole by aU dreg i gists c A GROUUDUP I Qf Gre n qcdsSwIMIes Is M4le JilN4Wark- New YOkAi25 What IeM to be the bIggest round up ofgreengoolss- wimilera ever made by the Federal authorities n this city uas announced today Five men and a woman were taken Into custody IIId an entire green goods plant was captured Pour 101 the prisoners Joseph R Baker limier Bro nS Gottlieb and the lat tuwlle were arrested lu Newark and GeorgeDrwn arId Thus Henry were arrested itt this city spectorMfchael plainaist against the prkoserantosio- Caperres a betcherhc2fcwIravesi- Coon5 whopaid ooIiruajTre calved gree paper retura Many complaints dr gteenoods victim have reached thept oice recently arid the alleged plaul was located In Newark after mach work Inspectors Cortelyon and Duryea of Philadelphia IIId Du1UaRa And Me- MUllan or Boston were brought to thIs city and set to wok under the direction ofthelocal jlSPf1 toIs Yes terday the inspectors saw a man come to the house In the company of Elmer Brown the alleged steerer lid followed by Baker who It Is said I was the trallerThe pair entered the house and later came out The vIctim carried a mIniature trunk about ten inches long and four wide The steerer took the victim to an express office where the little trunk which the victIm thought contained fsoro In bills printed Iromatolen Government plates tas ahipped to New Haven Then the Inspectors placed the lsteerer and the trailer under arrest The vIctim said he had paid 300 for the tupposed money and was thunderstruck when the Inspectors secured the trunk arid showed hin It confained nothing but slips ofreeu paper cut the size or bills A few moments alter Brown and Baker had beel arrested the 1weretakenmanner of green goods paraphernalia was found circulir letters a dozen or C more of the little trunks sad pies of- grien C paper ileery cud Brown were arrested ta terry All the prisoners were arraigned 8IIdJtel4la obI1 each J henry tBh n k 0Skenaber7 Iowawascuretloti stcusachrouble 1 wIth which be had been sffled lot- years I by four boxes ofCiiuibrlstS- tomachand a C Liver Tablets lie had previously tried many others reme C dies and a number of physicians with t outyellef Porsale byandr irlatsC jCLANH nrLniuCORE EOR CATARU1E- LYS CIIEAM BALM ft a1VIto- aJrIoe drv Ie qaktly abeorlo- ed IJIJJtlit at our ft opus ci tt H1 iiuor Aflay IdaniatIom ad- Irotcti th j CATARRH I nlttHA I Melobra 1tealo eb vrt Io 1aUELY IJIWTIIEJLSO4 Warr inrtNv York C Beware how you speak 0 a womans character Think how rnany years abe baa bee building It of the wounds she baa received of the tolll and pri- vationa endured The purity of wo man Is the salvation ofthe race and hope of Suture greatness and the reo- demptlon of man Wipe out her purity and man slllka beneath the wave ot despair with not a star to guide hls111e Into a chlllllel of safety Think then before you speak and remember that any hog can root up the fairest fiwer that ever grew so the vilest can ruin the purest character Ex 1 Fan Festival lllclnllatl Ohio September IS27 1932 On account or above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one rare for round trip 6 65 Irons eave Dam to CincinnatI and return Tickets on- sale cptemp r 14 and I 5 limIted to September ay for return CA ar 0ftXAB- arftU lbslidTsfleuAZesiaIist YIiflo r BilSpena r Your MQ eYAt Home Iaa financial ythe community prospers most dint has ptcst 0 sell A family with A fixed Income whIch buys more than the amount of that Income mutt tall in debt suit learn from their extravagance the bItter meullll of the word poverty This everbody knows and tries leriersUy- oproy14 a ByQt1t doci snot seem cyjodjiiizeso wells that It Is thesaaie with ousmu 4 nity as well as of damUttbat tIre G town that spends more than it pro o dtieor aells aJe fJie that thes county that imports m9re than It ends front its limIts must soon come pIjI a 5 fI Ii If UERUNA NECESSARY TO THE HOME I I7s7fTaUor45iif0rgi 7taut 1111 PrIselpa- lSUaialillk I5Ihlll Sllom Oawrlte 4WAh muck plelUr X rcmment- lFr k aU who mp be rnffsrlag wills uy trouble of tire respIratory srgan I bay bern using It 1111 my fasally for the past l1vo or six sars and flad U to be almost a housohold necessity Peru as Is trvlyagrandcatarrh medyand general tonic and will do all that Is claimed font by the manufacturers PROFTALFOURD SJJflTI- IOtarrh 1a Inflammation of the mucous membrane It may ho to the mucous membrane lining the eyes or the pelylo- orgllll throat stomach flyer bowels or kidneys Catarrh fa eatarrh wherever located Poruna cure catarrh wherever located Peruna ii all latornal remedy not a local application Catarrh is a syatemlo disease not a local discus ItPerunawill euro catarrh mono plJeitwifl euro lila any othor place because 1rnns la systomie rem rely It rsaciies tim dlseaso through the circnItion fa each organ It eradIcates the discus by eradicating U lrom the system It you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruns write stone to Dr Uartman giving a full statement of your caso and he will bepleased to rlyo you his yalnablo ad vice gnu Addus Dr llarLman President of rii HArtan Sanitarium Columbus 0 o eln a bad way that that State nIl be backward which buys heavily tbroad awl sells but little beY9ud Its Iwn boundrles that the nation will row poor agaInst which the balance f trade continually weIghs Here ft course we are not LmntdIately con erned with the whole tountry nor ven with the whole State butwe are lireetly concerned whit thIs econom Ie prlllclp1eJn our own neighborhood We Ih01dd ita a community try not o3tuyftom abroad more than we can ieIIabjd rhis doesllot mean we nustatop buyIng but we must buy houie when we can The man Iii- lur own community Into whose hand ye put the price of a homepurchased ommodltyls better dIsposed and letter sbleexactly to the amount tltbat prlceto Ptlrcbase In turn lOse commodity of ours or of a Ielzhbor who wilt buy a commodity IIourl Money spent at home air aya comes back lu put money pent abrcalls apt to stay abroad for tls surely made to feel welcome hereNelson Record No Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard the warnings ofa weak and diseased heart and putofI talc fag the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders Mfl Heart Cure Il our heart palpitates flutters or you are short of breath have smothering spells pain in left sIde shoulder or arm you have heart trouble and are liable to drop dead any moment tllobeaaU de a trota dijieso QJnllalDrtIndladoIUIII Mrs H A lrtisaU WatkIns N Y whet portrait head this advertise rratlbadpalpltatloQofleft shoulder IIId general health wu miserable A few of Dr NUcslItllt Cite eared rue entirely Sol4 II aU DrullllDr Mile Mollloll Coq Elkhart In- tlCIIICHESTERS ErniISH- PENNYROYALPlLLI Ot fcol1 oj JtuoetI f lbHICM1NHM rnaUhi beau aoIttI wlll1 blue ribbeD beUlal1rhead 4 La br PaMLrulr TestS- mental 14 Relict Yor Ladles a Otter b7iOUIORIHIT ORKraAL co I1H Eadloan sqanes HILA IA- KiU 55 pap A B SCHLIETZIIAUM W AAULT J II BOATNER The men wh were arrealed at Fordsvllle upon a charge of attempting to rob the American Express Company of r8ooo Ault wn8 dlschargedof examining trla1 1Joner and Scl11eltzbaum were held under sonno bond In default of which they are confined In the County Jail here Hartford Rep bJi an twuedby the Uarttord 1ublbbingeon pent Usroneouraa- JOUNr IlER TJlOJl8MEdUor Cu=xszsrsxorrsaFRIDAY zg- r 33 i Hares 01 AdyerlllagT- ransient drtlmnu fOe per Inch stet InertlonlOc perlueheach nddltlonnllnee tloa- 1I1lal ratan on yearlt contract local notlcre lOe per line ant lueertlon Go ler line each addllloo1 lnwrtl- onRepublican Ticket for Appellate Judgelad llltrleqJ- UDUE n LIJ flUFFY Ufalorganta- nANouavEMENis For Clreult Judge we are aotborlredto announce W T OWES of Darlee cooety a a MndldatM for Circuit JadgeInthealrtbJudicial nlatrictublerttothe action of tho IJowocratic party No new divorce suita have been filed since court adjourned Friday PIIESIDENT Roosevelt is camping on the trail of the trusts What are the Democrats going to do about it- TnE first number ofa new Repub lican paper will be Issued at Leitch field September 11 G W Stone wn be the editor and manager ExGoYEItNon Hoadley of Ohio lied Tuesday Governor Hoaelle y was one of the two Democratic Gov ernord Ohio has had since the war WE are hoping that lr Birkhead will develop at least enough strength t to make the race fr the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge inter esting to outsiders MR W SCOTT MOnRlSON one of the ablest lawyers at the Oweosboro- r bar is being urged by the leading Uepublicana of the district to make the race for Circuit Judge TilE drowning of Miss ORear daughter of Appellate Judge Ed C ORear was a very sad affair nod the family have the sympathy of the whole people of the State Tim suicide oftbe brute who out raged and then murdered MiSl ZOOa Vick near RusseUvilJe indicates the awful price the criminal must pay for his crime Tnn unanimous support of Judge Duffy by the independent voters and tnewspapers of the district illustrates the generous disposition of the people to adequately reward a faithful pub tic servant BECAUSE the Republican press of Kentucky gave currency to Mr Wal- lenons denunciation of the Demo cratic machine the big editor gets angry and swears the Republicans of Pennsylvania have a machine too But why does he cuss the Ken tucky Republicans about it ON account of the unfortunate drowning of Appellate Judge ORears daughter the injunction suit to re strain the Democratic committee of holdjing4 a regular election day was not are rguedbefore Judge ORear Tuesday ere was stated last week Messrs M L Heavrin and J S R Wedding are in Frankfort and will the case before Judge pItear todayI L COmJENTING upon the future of the National Democracy the Owens hore Messenger says 7helemocraUc party to bin mut put Itebandto the Inut Ito In ever hIl- AIn to the futurewllhoutforaetfatne of the Peet tot It le In the poet that Ietnotmry hue relnd nod lrobl1 the eserinetiugprlutl pie which may be puebed aelde for a tlmo but only for a time lIevlerlastingWoodson us most the Democracy is not forgetful of the past It would indeed bemlerest in to have Mr Woodson toll us what there is in the past of his party tI which lie can refer with pride 1111 the two lastNntioDal ClIIVI n ions of hie j r party the only two administrations it has given the country within the j memory of the generation now living have not been endorsed In his claim for popular support for his party will Mr Woodson ten us what good thing it has done for the country in the last half century that would en I title it to favor with the people In fact the Democratio party IS long on promisee and short on references to its record IT E directors of our new railroad company met Saturday night at which some important matters were considered The directors are now negotiating for the purchate of rails and rolling stock andas soon as these negotiations are closethe work of I grading the roadbed will begin The directors believe they will be able to close the contract for rails and I rolling stock by the middle of next I week At the meeting Saturday i I night Capt S K Cox was elected a director of the company to fill the va cancy caused by the death of Mr T L Griffin AN ACT OF TYRANNY Ix Judge Miller decides to run fo County Judge again and judging from his past record he win likely be a candidate the rest of his Me all the supporhimt went he accorded SmIths negro con cert troupe hero Monday This troupe had been is Hartford before and many of our citizens were anx ious to hear them again But they were negroes and Judge Miller withJ outright or authority latfblufled them Into giving up the curt house The lw clearly and explicitly makes the jailer custodian of the public- I i buildings and makes him responsible for them and the County Judge has no more authority over them than the Rajah of Afghanistan anti his con duct was so act of tyrannical usurpa lion for whIch ho has distinguished himself ince he undertook to discharge the duties of the office of County Judge A number of while men both Democrat and Republic one urgedthe negroes to proceed up on the authority of the jailer to use the courthouse for the show but knowing the effect that a disputed right tows the house would have up on the attendance they thought it best not to do go It is true that at some former Eel sion of the Fiscal Court Judge Miller had an order made forbidding the use of the court house for other than court purposes The fact that the General Assembly had already regu I lated this matter by statute did not deter the Judge from legislating upon I the subject in fact it would not eur- prise those familiar with his assumed I authority if he were to ask the Fiscal I Court tQ reduce the duty on pig iron or modify the recent treaty with I Spain But if the Fiscal Court really had authority to make the order referred to a number of public entertainments have taken place in the I court house since the order was made and even this same negro minstrel engagementIthere order was entered Truly the Democrats are friends to the negro but one day in the 116- 5Catarr Cannot bo Curod with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh Isa blood or constitutional youICatarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous nolIJar prescription It Is composed ot withIderful results In curing Catarrh won Send for testimonials free F r Cheney Co props Tolcdq O Sold bydauggists prla 7Sc Ilalla Family Pills are the beat T The above signature Ion the wrapper orI every bottte of the MIXUREthe babys friend from birth until he has his teeth All druuluJ e- j THE K P A The KentuckY Editors Have an Interesting Meeting at Owensboro And a Delightful Outing to the great Northern Lakes and the Border Land of the British Empire Continued from last week We arrived at Star Island about t oclock and were taken immediately Into the spacious dining room of the Star Island hotel where we had an elegant dinner After dinner the party Indulged In such amusements as an Island fifty yards square can at lord fishing rowing etc At 4 oclock the editors their wives and sweethearts boarded the steamer for the return trip to Mt Cleplcnf- But the writer not feeling greatly In love with Mt Clemens decided to re main overnight onthe Island We stood on the docks and watch ed the steamer freighted with our smokerfrom her funnels grew hazy lu the distance then went to the boathouse keeper and got a hook and line and wums and wenta fishing We cross ed a lagoon and walked some distance down a narrow levee Uncle Sams dredgeboats threw uploug enough ago lot large trees to grow upon It and flung our hook Into the clear green lake waters and waited But the fish didnt come Whether It was due to stale bait Imported from Canada or to the odor of pennyrlle we can not determine but they dldut bIte Star Island Is the most delightful place fora quiet rest we have ever seen This Island Is In the mldstof the beautiful St Clair flats Perhaps our readers will understand little of the term flats anyway we didnt until we saw them How many square miles of these flats we rlo not know but viewed illon Star Island they ex tended for all one sees to the ends ot the earth The flats are sublake plains from one to a thousand acres In area just a few Inches below the surface of the lake and out of which grows all aquatic rush After the departure of our party for Mt Cemens we went up Into the 1 observatory of the hotel and with a i glass kindly furnished by a KentnckI Ian sojourning there whose acquaint ante we chanced to form end at whose suggestion tee went up for the I observation looked out upon the most beautiful picture of natures drawing we have ever seen We saw In the dIstance emerald fields of rush rush everywhereI nowherellandgreen bosom cf the lakerOne whose life has not been spent on the road feels a peculiar sense of- loacllncss when alone among strtlng ers and far Itom home With us this feeling was Intensified b the quiet ness and Isolation of the Island Protn this vantage point we saw a fleet of lake steamers the like of which tonnage consIdered pass no other point on the waters of the globe The channel of the St Clair river In Its course through the flats Is freighted with more tonnage In the navigable season than passes between New York and Liverpool or through tllegreat Suez Canal The shipping scene was not less Interesting at night Hundreds of thousands of tons of freight passed each hour In fiont of the little Island hut so quiet ly that should we shut our eyes we might easily conclude oursllIln the midst of some desolate des rt or un discoveredwilderness The short whistle eiganing each slt awersI course was the only round that reached our ens A hUIlrr d of these treat monsters of the Inlees with QIckcling lights fare and aft crry Ins the comuu ree vIII ration 118 sl I lently DS a mouse stealing across a I velvet cnritt IlIrms A night scene to be admirdd and remetubered AboUtlo oclocl a large lakeIpasr1iT tealller freighted wl thoustnd1eUot excurlonht return t Ing fr m Port tlurm coats tier eh were busy scenes gaiety of buehter and song otj when just oil tllsdncks of our turelslnnd the steamets band truck up My Old Kentucky Rothe Pram an upper veranda of the botel there came a cyclone of hand clapping and we knew there were other Kentuckians on the Island Sunday morning Mr Dodd our newly made Kentucky friend an r oursett were up with the birds and ollto the boathouse for fishing tackle Plshlng Is best In the early morning In fact several fishing par tries had left the hotel for the fishing grounds as early as 3 oclock We secured a vantage point and the sport of landing black bass and lh sabbath day began together N told our friend we were glad we were not a little boy just then with moths present This comment wai suggested by a little fishing Incident that oc curredone sunday morning abont twenty five years ago but Mr Dod soothed our conscience by explRtnln2 that as the Island was to small to build a church on the sojourners n there turned fishermen on Sunday We caught four nice black bass and they wcra still biting tamely when the whistle of the City of Detroit warned us that our time on Star Island was up We took our leave ot a few new ly male but pleasant friends and boarded the beautiful steamer for run of fifty miles to Detroit Stand- Ing on the deck of the steamer we watched the little emerald Isle adt into a shadow resolving when we accumulated a fortune as all newspapermen do to vIsit It again The steamer had a party Or Port Huron excurslonlats to Detrjlt and we had the good fortune ot the aUen- I lion of a small I arty who made the trip a very pleasant one lot us- A number of the Press people ha expressed a wish to encounter a alorm on the lakes but we were the onl member of the patty whose wIsh In this reaped was gratified Sunday noon while the steamer was approaching the western shore of Lake St Clair an Inky litorlll cloud rose rapidly up out of the western horizon and drew Its nlghlllke cut taro across the sky It grew so dart the electric lights on the steamer were turned on The more timid ex- curslonlsts grew paulcy rushed Into the cabins but the writer always charmed by unusual displays of na tares forces remained on deck What e faith In the greet steamer being able to weather the storms and was lost In admiration of a scene we belonged d since boyhood to witness The thunder roarett likes mighty avalauce cleaving some rocky moun tale Aide and lightning eprad its sheeted flames In colcrs of blue and green and gold over the bosom of the clear green waters of the lake Every detail of Knights well drawn stor- of r a storm at sea came up before u like a canvas scene In a hllhclass cater No where else can nature wrath In storm with so tree and easy hand as at sea We arrived at Detroit amid drenching rain and took at once an electric car for Ml Clemens to rejoin the Press party there Perhaps we have wearied already our readers with a recital of the tnci dents of ou trip buttousthd outing has formed a memory picture we shall delight to lok upon when age has lain his withered hand upon us MATANZAS A very successful singing school taught by Prof U ACarter closed last Sunday afternoon Prof Carter Is a splendId vocalist having spent a year or more Rt Bowling Green under the instruction of Prof Snyder He txperlencehe has Instructed some of the best classes In the county The Vest Point v cal musicclass attended the picnic two utilts meat of lIartlord Saturday Iuttmllne to en- lcrthe contest for the prize ulfrcd to Dlzz Then your liver isnt actingr well You suffer from rsPillsFor 60 years they have been- the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Aild o iltrant mutMu or board s lleaoWI- bruwn ur rich blvd r The u oBUCKINGHAMtS On e pMnr e e P Wl l ee Wish MM ar the best singIng clan There were however no other classts that cared to enter the IOlItet against them and they had no contestant for the prize Misses Jessie Tatum gave an enter talument Monday tvellhl lit honor of her cousin Miss Otie Nelson 6f- Russellville Ky I who is nt preseitI tier guest The tepartlitNorma Drown GUIle woodwanl- l3mma e Morton Eva Brown Willie I Uverly Cecil Shacklett Mabel Tlch- tnor Alba Everly Edith Tlchennr Nora Bennett and Mrs Alvin Rowet Music for the occasion was furnished by Messrs Edgar Calvert ClakI 1dndShacklett and GUlSle Woodwar1 There were a nUlUber ot gentlemen time pre ent and each report quite n niceC1 I Louisville Marketi IIChoice751Mediumsteer 5 o 0 s zS Medium to good butchers 3 750 4 41 Common to medium 3 zs0 3 7S Canners t so0 z o0 Good tocholceleeders 4 404 7S Common to medium 3 sr04 00 Good to sates stock stccr3 3 75 4 3s I Common to medium z Q00 a so GeoJ to alert stock heifers z 750 3 2SI C 851Goodt Medium to good bulls z Soo 300 Choice veal calves s 5o0 6 25 Com to medium calves 3 000 4 25 Choice to fancy witch cows 30 000 40 00 Medium legend zs coi 00I Plain common 18 aoQ 2500I Rocs Choice packing butchers 200 to Soo lbs 7 40 Med packers 161 to zoo 740- e Choice light izoto tGJ 7zs1- e ChoIce pigs go to Iza G zS06 7S i Good pigs Soto 93 5 Soo 6 zs Roughs 15f o 50 6 oJ0 G 85 linnEI AND 1451115 Good to extra shipping 3 or 310 Fair to good z 509 a 75 Common to medium I 73n a as5 Bucks I sr z 2S- Rxtra spring lambs s sop Seconds 43u 4 65 Good buther lambs 3 5o 4 00 Common tatl end lambs a 5 3 25 Tlln GRrN MARKET WhetNu z tart and InnFhetty loc No 3 tct had loOgLerry GS re- jectrd 201 ter o r levee t Ic less Corno z willIe fife No z- s waxed 63Mc No z yellow 69 No 3 whlte67Uc NO3 mlxrd 66jc No 3 yellow 66pc OatsNo z white 36 No a mixed 293C RyeNo 57058c The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the qlotaUonll fur corn oats and rye are selling prices T m PR vlalnNs irARKET Mess Potk17 00 I lightdto medium ijijcBaconClear rib sides tzjc raga tar clear sides uUc racked breakfast bacon r4ye sugarcured shoulders tofc bacon extra IIJC- LardPrime steam In tierces tojc choice leaf in tierces ttyfc In tubs apse pure leaf lard fn tierces tzcIn firkins uJcBulk MestrRibs ttHe regular clear SIdes nj extra short I ic Emancipation Day The colored people o Ohio county will celebrate Emancipation day dBeaver Dam September era i Cum lrad T I IepAm I AN- DTelegraph COMIANY INcoRPORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines Iu Kentucky IndlanaMlsslsslppl and linesStAtu and TerritorIes hoer established an exchange InHollflJrd and surround lug country They wish to male their service as comprehensive and valua specialtyaIn the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drug store Hartford Ky C P NOWLIN Manager MISS OREAR DROWNED Was a Daughter Ql the Judge of the Court of Appeals Cincinnati 0 Aug 23 Miss Ma eT OReRr the aeventeen year old IAlllthter of Judge Uti C Orear of- Pranktott Ky was drowned ot It clock last night She hall been vie Ut Miss Stewart at Pernbank R spelt distance below Cincinnation he Ohio river noth girls and O car Ilortllshead were out ou the river In canoe when the waves ot a steam 10llt upset the trait craft Mortae head and Miss Stewart clung to the overturned Coat but Miss ORear was away and sank The steam lOat stood by and tescued blottashead and Miss Stewart after they had been n the water a long time Search lot he body of Miss 0 Rear was unavall ng Urges an Investigation Owensboro Ank z5The ttrlll of the criminal court began here today In his instructions to the grand jury Juige Onto entphasizr1 the niccssl ty of investigating the 1hching of Josh Anderson the wife murderer n few eeks ago by a mob and shonr- J condemned mob vlllence lie iid the grand jury to mllle n thor ugh Investigation of the action of i1 mob For Sale The judge Ifettd property near the lValer a1ll There are nine area of ground a large twostory residence In good repair Also all necessary out buiidingsanti a fine welt of water For further pirttculnrs call on Pr a dress A Curus Agt- If lIartlord Ky Called Meeting The Sons ot Veterans will hue a- called meeting nt the court house September 6 at = p m Every mem bet Is urged to he present n S CUAMUrRrIN Capt Y No other one thingC I on earth in the history 2 of medicine has proven such a boon and blessing to teeth lag children as Owens Pink Mixture Frost birth until he has all his teeth the babys beatIfriend No opiate no delIeterious drugs nothing that can harm everything that can do good FREEWc will send a size bottle i free to any mother Send a postal today J Office or Patterwna Pharmacy I n Fourth Street LewiporKyMaysotgosThe I Dlrell heh Ourhttr i ally t glad le send rau the names r ag meihere wh have chlldra that will seen rack their alI I myselfyear J years and t yarld I IUrtuIIh t Yyr sins the late Char W Wllhyt wb t atOweusbrcadalways I damnFloyd tekinsyry dngstoreiaAmericaI and every forlgn land not only Iboontheir faithful mothers send me 10m I met adrtieing matter I will u It t s ear matuul good Very rps tullyIru n IItk Pntenm I SOLD EVE YWHERB In 25c or sOc size Bottles LOYDMEDICINB CODetroltMle 1I 1I West Kentucky Seminary 1 1 ANTITeachers Training School B aver Ia31y T3yI iel l Q 1 l O I Will offer thorough work in Common School BranchesJMusic Language Literature History C gory Mathematics und Natural Science Also an extensive course in BookkeepingtShorthand rind 1ypotvriting wm largo S III rPiJa School has born rcorganized and several now fanfares added to make the work interesting and progressive A full Orchestra will bo maintained nhd Will furnish music on all public occl5onsAllmusid lessons will bo at the Studio next door to College 1luilding Vrite Catalogue For fnrthorinfarmntion J M MATHENY President or J HAM BARNES V Pros I e If You Start out With the determination of getting the best goods for the least money this is the place for you Now is the time to buy Summer Clothing 30 per offsStraw Hatsany price Must go You Cant Miss Our Slippers See them Its a shame to slaughter them but they must go Our Summer Goods t Like the Last Rose of Sum mer must go at any price Mustliave room for Full Stock For the Best Bargains ever offered in Hart ford call around and see my stock It will cost you Doth to look Conte to see m- eBACHSAM Hartford Kentucky 1 ECONOMY I I I I DRY GOODS STORE New Fall Millinery I I In ReadytoWear Hatss IAll 8tlmmer Goods at Red ced Prices I Pink Dud White P K 20c qualltyfor lOc I Black mill Whito P IC20c quality forlOc11- Vltito 1130e quality for 20c Black stud White LaWn12 equalitY for81eBlack fled Wliilo Batiste 20o quality fortOc Shoes ShoesI More Shoes and better quality for the money than any other house in Ohio county Try us and s- eeDont Forget that we handle a full line of Clothing and MensI Furnishings Come to see us You will find what you want Mrs Sara Collins Smith HARlFORD KYI FIELD SO r TRAa SF RLINE F t t- N CrWZ2t ZAnlMORC AITa azvvJvae sol- faHRrIPIc f FLDI3Yr I A PAST AND EASY liIDB IN Tan MOST COMPORTABU j V1uiICLES Y URPATRONAGII SOJ1JCJTlU 4 kt J J ii t I t 1 e 1 I I v I dd0 b b 04 b d d t F4 i b t tt 4 tb0 b d 4 F b- More Goods for Same Money Same Goods for Less Money Than any other house in Ohio county is what FAIR CO are offering during Au r q gust Just call around and see if we arc not doing exactly as we advertise We canI I show you ahost of articles thatwe cannot put in this space at prices surprisingly cheap to you For Instance f Ladies ncck Vest Oc Good quality Black hose Co Extra grado Ribbed Hoso lOc 100F1tn it G Summer Corsets 50c Ladies Girtllo Corsets 50c vUemnant stock of Lawns worth lOe to 15c nt 8c Ladies Oxford Ties regular i unlity100Ntcos Extra grado black Parasols 50c 25cgrado Embroidories to close at 15c P Fall Dress Goods Wo trace received our advance shipment of Bladk It 7 Woolen Press Goods and Fancy Woolen Waislings also our complete lino of Fancy Outing Flannels which are now ready for your inspection Would it f not ho wise to buy early and got tho full benefit of your fall wear Prices are as low now and styles Iwo the same as they will be later on ydFancyt Choice selection of Outin8lOo4 x Mc all Patterns can bo had at our pattorn count or Price lOc and J5enono higher Also the Sep Lumber Fashion Sheet free Call anti got one Keep yourself posted on the latest fall styles Bring us your Produce All kinds taken in ex change for Merchandise THE PLACE IS cI s dAti t 1tllAI d I Hi at t tt U H It II H II H H H t at H II It I It Blllousneu Make Chronic Invalids Wbea the llm la torpid and tam ufeluvwV the bile enters the blood to ertmlent pouoa Thu oomu cooatipatioa biUouimaa atek headaeb rarer aad malaria 711 oejy tnatnunt that gat the Um Joat tin nab touch and starts Nature work It UK rip taianaria AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS Tba pH touebe the lir and the pelleu wta Cal ayttoo IS doM lot y dajra sat 25 eonu sod un IM your saw U nccedingly ted you v will U wcJl baton you tnUh Ham Sanplyfm Furaoloai r Sialldealers i r V For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky I Hartford Republican y FRIDAY AUGUST 29 trTweddell makesgood meal Try him tf Banana Onuses Lemons and Apples at City Restaurant Two of Mr Janus Thirds chlldten are very low of typhoidfever Nicest Cheese Sausage dried heel and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant No t Mr D M Hocker has beenelected f 0 Superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School Dr D W King the Osteopath Is 11 I at W O Hardwicks Call on him for examination trl MID Minnie McIntyre who has r been tick for sometime la back at the Home exchange again i A new school building Is being erected afRosine MrWilliam Combs Is the contractor We are in need of Irish and Sweet Potatoes Feathers and Chickens CARSON Co rU tIr further notice we will pay tar s eggs icper dozen and roc per l for good bitter CARSON Co tt Iror Flour Meal Sugar ttQee lI a i r tolli Lard Qnmlles tand a gcmral liner thlallcxrrooeries i call on J W For cheap lumber of any dlmen alesI apply to F t Sandefur Milt located tour jullca South oi Beaver Di 34t 1 I set ay Boa Edgar Taylor I free with the to sue end be sued lt tad to transact soy and all business 1 in his own name and I will tint be re ie for any of his debts or con ltracts O W TAVWR I August JO 1902 541 f I II t I t L Gross Williams says be will Be11 you a sewing Machine from fS ultSee him at once Get your dinner County Court day at City Restaurant Pish Steak Ham Ejrgs Hot Coffee ctOf course yon go to the City Rest taurant for Soda Water lemonade Phosphate Ice Cream Sherbet etc R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located south end iron bridge Hartford Ky tf The second annual meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association hn an interesting three days session at Beaver Data this week S T Barnett Co Riley building have the very beat fresh and cured meats Jard etc at reasonable prices Goods delivered from 7 to 10 a m Home phone No III Mr SoM James of Miss Donle Douglas of were married hereMonday alxtyninI GJ Bean Mr James Is and Miss Douglas is twentythree years of age Pure Bone Fertilizer for sale I will give you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call and seethe State Chemists test F M WESTEHPIED Hartford Ky Cone and look at oqr line of Odd Pants r They ore new and uptodate Prices rockbottOmv We also have several pairs otPamta in odd al which we will close out at and bolo cost CARSON Co Regular night classes will be or ganized In Central Business College on next Monday evening Septets betIi Igor The classes organized wt bein Shorthand Bookkeeping an Penmanship R H HANKINS II I BOTOStS curedNaturohelp Doctors say Scotts Emulsion Is the best help But you must hotwoatherIf you MapleSCOTT4741 rcarUlrrel New York joe end ttooj alt dnigglit Highest market price paid Ii wheat at J W Fords Water Mill Miss Carrie Carson of Louisville Is visiting the family of Mr Josep Carson Come to County Court Monday an bring along the cash you owe us on subscription An effort is being made by some the prominent citizens of Rockport organize a bank at that place Ifyon have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring It to Mcllvaln the Jeweler Hartford House Jailer Black asks MS to sty In Justice to Netter Gllstrap that he was not a party to the attempt to break mention of which waamadelut wee Dont forget our offer of one years subscription for the best watermelon brought to this office before October I 1902 The premium Is offered not for the largest but best melon re member Mr and Mrs Oren Leach heave Dam lost their baby of inflamation of the brain Wednesday The child a sickness was first observed at 6 oclock Tuesday evening and it was corpse at I oclock Wednesday morn- Ing Mr James L Rowe and family have moved from Render to Leltchfield There Mr Rowe will have charge of the mechanical department of the new paper to be started there Mr Rowe was formerly foreman of this ofllce and Is an uptodate printer Proto William Foster of Princeton N J University who haa been Vii iting his father here left Wednesday for Warren Ohio where he and Miss Helen Stewart of that city will be united in the holy bonds of matrimo yotakeProf Wesley Smllhthe noted negro musician and his concert troupe played four nights here this week ed Prof Smith has an excellent troupe ol singers and his entertainments are of a class which ladles and children may witness He will play an en gagement hereFair week and should have good houses Tickled a Buzz Saw Henry Sullenger tackled a buzz saw for at John R Phlpps Cos saw and plalnjng mill Tuesday morning and came out minus the thumb and small finger of his left band Henry was operating the lath saWjjmdiTiiaterial running short decided to try to see how cloaefhe could push the slabs to ib saw without sawing his hand nut he misjudged the risk at the price of a thumb and finger Dra E W Ford and Jesse Bean smoothed over the rough edges left son by the saw and Henry will take a months vacation Church Dedication Elks Chapel M K Church t fiv AUWvtjof Centertowa near Green a River will b3eaic c iem Sunday September 7 by Rev S W Shelton VxPresldlng Elder of the Green RIv er District Dinner will be served the ground and everybody Is invited- to attend J H Runny Pastor Notice All persons having claims against join estate of Thos Dobbs deceased are hereby notified to present same to in me properly proven at the law office of Heavrln Woodward in Hartford Ky on or before the first day of Oc 1903 or they will be forever barred ERNEST WOODWARD 6tJ Admr Thos Dobbs decd a Auction Sale Mrs 35 head of well bred yearling colts will be sold at public auction at Dod trip sons stable Hartford Ky Monday September i 1902 No reserve odabybids These colts were sired by Kentucky celebrated stallion on my of Nebraskadan pocoltthe place and date Terms of sale as Time will be given until December 30 1902 on bankable paper Two inper cent off for cash P P SHBRHAN Owner GrayHair 11 1 have used Ayers HairVigor for over thirty years It has kept my scalp free dandruff and has my hair from turn- Ing grayMrs F A Soule s There is this peculiar thing about Ayers Hair Vigorit is a food 01 not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black on look dead and lifeless Butgraduallythcoldcolorw and 0 dark color It used to have was The hair tops falling too 6 IIMaMiU All fnrrbte your cannot Inlll you lend na 011 dollar and wo a ttoepareandgrethanolyour J C A YKU CO Lowell Max 10 4 I ABOUTPEOPLE Mr Robert Her went to Louisville SaturdayCol M Barnett returned to Louisville Tuesday Mr Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines was In town Monday Mr R B Martin Cromwell w aeof in town Wednesday Mr j H Roberts Fordsville was In town Wednesday Mr Cleve Her Was In Rockpor Saturday and Sunday rMies Daisy Boyd of Beech Grove Is visiting friends here Princetonbs visita Mr U G Ragland Is spending the week with friends at Rosine Darrento day Mrs Jennie McHenry returned y s terday from a short visit to villeMessrs tester Arbuckle and George Brown Narrows were In town N1tnesday t thkStevens Mrs Alice Baize of FordevlllelP visiting her sister Keown Mr II G Bruce ot Madisonville was the of his uncle Mr John C Riley SUDdayfMrs Eliza Lewis and daughter of onisvllle are visiting the family otr Irs Mollle Thomas 5atral City are visiting Mr Yorks at brother Mr Clay Ycjrk Mrs Dr L T Cox Owensboro spent the first of the week with her I daughter Mrs M L Heavrln- Mlsees Jessie Reynolds andNancy Smith of Fordsville were welcome tsltors at TUB RCPUBUCAH office Monday Miss Minnie Shannon ol Danville and Miss Mattie Estes of Middle burg are the guests of Miss Bessie Fair Misses Jessie Reynolds and Nanc Smith two of Fordsvllles prettiest ung ladles visited here the first of weekrcMr T F Birkhead and Rev J Denham Hocker Owensboro the association at Beaver lDa Tuesday and Wednesday MrGeo Woodward and daughter Miss Lois of Calhoon visited the formers brother Mr W T Woodward of McHenry this weekwMr and Mrs Henry Carson and Mlsa Nell Austin will leave Monday Eastern cities to purchase the fall stock ot goods for Curses Co ant FORDSVIUEaMiss Nancy Smith is visiting InFI Hartford and Beaver Darn Mrs J W McCarty went to Whites ville Wednesday to visit Mrs Will Neel Mre E E Qulsenberry spent TuNbr day In Hartford Misses Ella Smith and Myrtle John are the guests of Miss Emma Barnes In Beaver Dam this week Mr Willie Ford and family who have been In West Virginia for more foreto their many relatives and friends here Quite a number from our town and or associationt you Mr Joe Roberts was In Hartford Wednesday Several of our young people went over to Sulphur Springs Sunday to a party from Hartford remaining until after supper which was Mrs Cates yard and thoroughlypr enjoyed byal1ze 0terLeeEdith little daughter of Mr and Olla Wilson Is on the sick list Miss Anna Gaines has gone for a to Chicago and otherpDl tscaMiss Jessie Reynolds tpcnt several ys in Hartford this week the guest ca Mrs Dr E W Ford Miss Veda Smith has accepted a sition with Wilson Shrewsberry1 saleslady Mr Albert Morrison spent Sunday Lotilsvllle I esHerbert UcsickMrlHelen Walker visiting relaIlives at Davidson this week Ize MISS OREARS BODY luFoundLawrenceburg Lawreucebnrg Ind Ang2sThe body of Miss Mabel ORuar the daughter of Judge Ed C ORear Prof the Kentucky Court ot Appeals who was drowned In the Ohio river Friday evening last while out rid- Ing in a canoe wlthOscar Mortashead d Miss Annie Stewart of Fernbank1 whom MIllS ORear was visiting recovered this rooming about t 30 oclock The boor was found by Samuel Bowman and Ills son John Doorman who live at Garrison Ky point almost opposite the mouth of rtmiles 0 DEFENDANT lIn a Breach of Promise Suit atn SixtyNine Mr S M James a wealthy mer chant and postmaster at Select is the age of 69 defendant to a bran promise suit brought by a girl ot Mr Jame was left a widower a few months ego and believing that it was not good for man to be alone set about procuring a wife to comfort his old age but If Miss Fannie Shields petition be true be went about the patter rashly Miss Shields petition alleges that Mr James wife died on thedoty of March 1902 and that on the day of August 1902 Mr James made divers and sundry protestations love for her and entreated her then and there to marry him and yield sing to his requests and wooing did on the date aforesaid promise and agreedthat deed agree upon an early date for the consumma tlnof their vows of marriage and that she has been at all times read and willing to perform iher part 01 e contract Plaintiff further alleged thatthe defendant failed to comply with the con tract pf marriage entered into with her and that he on the 25th day of August 1902 married another woman in consequence of which she has been wronged and humiliated herI feelings have been greatly ondehe has suffered much meat and anguish to her great Jam age and prays relief in the sum of 5000IThe case will come on for heads the November term of the Ohl Circuit Court CUTTING AFFRAY The Stewarts and Fosters En fatje fri a Fray Near Horse Branch Thursday night of last week Whll returning from the regular Weekl prayer meeting at Salem Church Jobsyson Chester engaged in a scrap and as a ult of which Jim Stewart lies dan geronsly wounded and the appearancmcourt While returning home from prop bnightMiss Mary Stewart anti told her b a tlleryln IIesays told her he was going anyway At this junction Jim Stewart roaand asked him to defer ttenv ties to his slater until he got sober This so enraged young Foster that heSl II 0Stewartther and Chester Fosters fathe- to his assistance and a general e ensuedreThe parties to the fray are respecal table and ordinarily quiet SurpriseT next hipresentover Dont miss seeing them They want your trade and will more GOOD goods for yon money than any house of its kind i Ohlocountyw Central Business College Notesb sitcellentof many pfthe leading cltlU tocountryconducted devotional ex slMreating talk Misses Norma and Exa Brown o Centertowu have given us a pleasant Miss Gussle Woodward o Centertown was also a pleasant dWeJessie Reynolds and Nancy Smith o Ferdsvllle Dr hiCityMr D M Hocker made an Irate ing talk morning upon advantage of a business educa n WMisscaller Tuesday morning The boys of the C B C will organ a base ball team soon School is now well organized do g good work and increasing rapidly on finCROMWELL We had a fine entertainment school house last Friday night Re itations by the pupils and a lecture b er Ozna Shultz interspersed wit good music Mr S M James of Select w married yesterday to a young lady of about twentyfive years of age Mr James being about sixtynine Mrs LT Cox ol Owensboro 1s been visiting here this week Miss Erie Cox pf Dundee Is visit ng near Select nod Cromwell this week Mr John Drown wbois q 9re verLoatman ysUed home tb by G nPa1LlEy153 In uw ur rc4 that feeling of tkucaalh9t make tJrl of IljdL food dons not MrcijtfiE 1 fltfp does pot rerrc rIt Is hard to do bard to bear what tlwuld be easy Tltallty li on the ebb and atelm whole system suffers this take ehHoods Sarsaparilla tonetopoftltlvely for all rundown or debilitated cuniiltloni IIWae 14Ytereeem pe1Wo at eYU DEAD BODY Oran Infant Found Hidden Under a IRock Near Rosine OlIrrxaedloge of the Coroner Jury token la the roooldtllll ol J II Trail Dear Muda Ohio county Ky AuguitiS IKtt His I DAn Coronrr First witness JR Trail states that be was at work In his tobacco patch by his barn on Monday morn- Ing August 25 1992 and that his dog commenced barking in a branch nearby and he went to see what the dog had found aid that upon an In vestigatlon found It to be the body ol biddenydaughter Ophelia J Pike said itwn her child and that she put it there and placed some rocks around Its body and a large rock over it to bide IIand further that on August 24 1902 being suspicious that Ophelia was pregnant did ask Dr Holcroft of Select Ky about this and be said theres nothing like that you need not be uneasy her overnl work And that he and his son Virgil Troll moved the child from among the rocks and put it in a small thecSecond witness Virgil Trail states that he saw the body of this same In font in the branch where his father bad found it under the large rock on the 25th day of August 1902 and he and his rather J R Trail did take the body from under the large rock and put it in a small box and his sis ter Ophelia J Pike said it was her child and that he together with Mr fromyshade and to awaitTihe arrival of the CoronerThird witness J H DBalze states that he saw this body lying in a small box on a large rock In the branch as witnesseseto a nearby barn as above stated Margaretrsaw the of the child here in the barn to heldeJ told her that was her child and that it was out there In the branch where was hid away Sunday August 25 1902 and that she put some small I rocks around the child and a large ck over It but did not commit any act upon its body and farther that Dr Holcroft was called to Ophelia J Pike on August 24 and requested that she and mother leave the room they did and he closed the theecare how dark It was and the Doctor Ophelia were the only persons In the room for some time when the Doctor called for Ophelias mother to come in and she and 1 went into the room and found the Doctor washings hands and he said Ophelias sick was due to lilting or overwork Filth witness Mrs Ollie Trail bodyne dad that she got up Sunday August 24 1901 to get and found Ophelia j Pike ting on the doorstep outside the and that she went away ftomr house end when she came back the h6use that her dress was all- sup or wet with dew Sixthwitness Ophelia J Pike that she is the mother of this and that It was born early on Sunday morning about sun up Au thte was away an d bet was and that she put someirocks shte an Holcroft came she told him what happened and the Doctor said was alright he would care for it brtook the afterbirth plocentafrom her and that she dont know what he did ith it that she never saw this boa until lost fall We the jury do find upon an In vestigation that the body of an Infant child was found hid in a branch or outway place on the premises ol J Rv Trail nenfMandn Ohio county Ky the 25th day of August 1902 and d that said child was concealed In ontway place by Ophelia J Pike wheaha was or ex Pikehwere some on findesAugust 25 1902 O T WIISON L C Enact RAnlseWNftlicxf SKgowN Foreman rThe best physic Chamberlains Easylealldrugglatain 1- r E P BARNES BRO Since tho closo of our semiannual inventory wu are fill ing every nook andcorner of our spacious building with ad l vanco shipments of Autm Merchandise and are placing them on sale as fast as we can get to them The odds and ends of our Summer Stock aro being closed out at deepcut prices and thero are great bargains hero for purchasers of this class of Merchandise Havo you made up your mind to buy a Cooking Stovo this fall If you have dont fail to see our lino of 6 K Stoves and Ranges Wo guarantee perfect satisfaction their use and their reputation for long service is unquestioned Wo carry from tho smallest Box Stoves to tho mammoth Steel Range represented in the above cut FertiIizersYou have possibly been planning and thinking already about wheat sowing and you know too that successful wheat growing is title largely to proper fertilization Wo have been distributors of thoHorso Shoo brands of Fertilizer for ISyears and when wo toll you that wo can give you as good a WheatGrower as is made wo know by experience we can do it Dont buy any brand of Fertilizer until you have investigated the Horse Shoe brand and if it docs not stand a satisfactory test and prove to be the best goods sold in Ohio county dont buy i- tWE WantTo sell you an Old Hickory or Tennessee Wagon a Stovo Buggy or Surrey a Superior Wheat Drill all of whichare of the highest standard of their close and tho name of E P Barnes Bro is indicative of tho lowest possible price Beaver Dam Ky MAY BE A SPLIT The Holiness People May Secede From the Methodist Church LcuUvllle Ky Aug a6llsa the Methodist church South strayed away om the teachings of John Wesley- or has a strong minority strayed away from the church This question promises to be threshed out at the eightysecond annual conference which will meet at London Ky September 3 For several years the doctrine of holiness has been much agitated and has caused a division against the teachers of the doctrine So far there has been no open rupture but the coming conference will probably be forced to takeecNos Joker Wesley the founder of Metho + dism and whose sermons and doctrines are Incorporated Jn the constitution of the church was very definite and pro nounced in his views in many things yet It is claimed he failed to express himself definitely on the theory o- anctification As a consequence two schools of teachers have larlacn In the church The conflict has been spirit ed and both aides are equally deter mined The leaders of the second bless instate have got toa point tnat they charge openly by publication and otherwise that the other aide Is composed of backsliders who have left Wesley At present the chief leader of the second bletalnglsU1 U Rev H C Morrison of Louisville publisher ot the Pentecostal Herald a holiness pa per He has issued a call lot a nn ion of the Holiness people and has formulated a constitution He open ly charges that the chief men of the Methodist church South have gone away from Wesley and the Bible In order that Ute doctrine may be preserved he thinks a district argent zation on this line is necessary Mr Morrison is gifted and popular and has a large following throughout the South It is confidently believed that some of his charges against the church will be seriously considered at the coming Kentucky conference The conference will have some Im portant cases to consider aside from this Rev John Reeves who was convicted of immorality and deposed secured a reversal by the general conference at Dallas He claims he Is thus reinstated but those who pressed the charges say the case is still pead ing A young woman is convicted with the case Rev J IA Sawyer of the Dover circuit is to be tries on a like charge Exchange F iIThePlNgMIXuntil he hu his teeth All druggists OA gTOR =Ace 1HeIItS1patvtr BARRETTS FERRY Mrs Rollfe Garden and children of w Irviiigton are guests ol Dir C B b Felix and family this week Mist Fannie Blacklock Is the guest ol GodseyMrs ter Durwood and Wllla Willis and Mrs S M Payne and two little chit dren are expected home today from Pettit where they heavy been visiting relatives the past week Mr Sam Davidson and family were the guests of Mr C B B Felix Sun dayMisses Jessie Coombs and Stella and Amanda Marl attended church at Fallen Rock Sunday Mrs Rollle Carden and children of Irvlngton are the guests of her als ter Mrs Sam Davidson today Mr J W Petty and niece Miss spentSundayfamily Miss Daisy Chapman and brother and sister who have been visiting FridayTheyIn Mr Horace Harl V t Mr M M Harl and wife pfFords vllle were the guests of Mr J P Hart Thursday night Mr Charles Davidson oi this place SaturdayI Calhooa the farmers are all smiles since the rain f CASTOR I A t For Infants and Childrsa iTin Klid You Hare Always JwehtI I Bears the Signature of u u n I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind Yqu Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Usey For Over Thirty Year- sCASTOIHA TMCCINTAMN coY MCUTVOnit CITY ContestfGIVEN AWAY FREE t Wo aro going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guaranteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho most popu Jar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of TIlE REPUBLICAN shall detormino tho Con test in tho manner following For each 25C In Cash paid on subscription to TIlE REPUBLICAN ho shall bo entitled to cast ono vote for u Lady and ono for n Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and now subscriptions all count alike Cut out tho coupon below fill in tho namo of tho Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark tho num ber of votes you aro entiled to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to this paper Tho contest will bo in taro of a committee to bo appointed by tho County Superin tendent The ballots will be opened and counted by the committee and tho property transferred to the winners on the first day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute which will be held tho first or second week in October d OOUODrI Votes for Miss as tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Mr t alp the most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County ti Signed P 0 Now is the Time to Buy a E3Lggy cr Sl1rey If you want the BEST buy an AMES It Iras stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from home people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles and Fresh work can always be found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky i CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Ve hicles per annum Fa A AMES CO Ovvensboro X3 COLLINS SALOON r BARTFOBD EHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wfnes un Brandies in town Old Parker Ryo Old W S Stony and Old International specialties a Bock Beer Bock Beer r B B COLLINS feOw- a IfYou WtTo keep ipoqted- wellinformed end qtherjvise siibscribe for T eRepu tic 1 time Hartford Republican FRIDAyjUGUST 29 Illinois Control RnllrondTlmoI Table New time earl hiking effect fiondaj Doe ti uoenNorthlimtmd Month llonml- NolJiiln 405A m No ISl dn lll7n m No 1D2dne21Tpin No lul doe 247 p m NolJldoeUrJOpin No131dnllapIn lor1 Yrewhl NolIltilneTCOnm Nol 3dnS87 pra 8 n VixuKTica Agent ru111 WNII All s AILS lilt Yynr Trt aud n Inline 111k kr riff1 li NSUMrVTION Farm For Sale A good farm ol sixty five ncres six miles north of Hartford part hill and part bottom new house and barn plenty of waiter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JOHN T Low Palo Ky ROUGH RIVLR TELEPHONECOMPANY iKroxroaiTiu Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phonef and build your own lines and be ID talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to tht Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford K- yLyozlsLaxBtlve Syrup Isa vegetable preparation absolutely harmless In its effect it acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cures con ttipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for children as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy Look at the Date On you labeland you can readily calculate how much you nit owing on your sub scription It may scorn a- Very small itom to each ono in arrears but the sum total amounts to a considoral sum and we need it in our business Dont put it oil but pay it Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Crostof tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort in Ameri ca 2800 feet above sea level 350 000 invested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasona ble rates This resort is the site of the Mountain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Cbautauqita Itself and is annually vis ited by thousands of persons who art strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities nflorded for educational work and invigorated in body b the health giving tnnnencefor which this paradise of the mountains is fa molts Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B U SouthWestern from June 1st to September 3th good re turning until October jmt 1902 Specially low rates during July and August for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished in reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like Park Maryland Eor Information on the subject ol rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Dist ILoulevilleo P MCCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio For 44 Years- C P BARNES RINGS the standard tor quality among Southern 1 toantway cronecin Your mother and her mother OIIr father std Mi father RingMay vb1lrJhJabNo1ISktCoU tttt a 10 co KolioU art TOuWrite for cur Catalogue anJU1OPISAfNES 00 IQ4so6 W Market St LOVISYI6 r KY a a 7a a r PATTERNdscriber Only la cents a year I f M5CALtS I MAGAlNt 1r A LADIES MAGAZINE btdttlwC bouh14 I felon et S1I ctlkt i 4tr cr ind w 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