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I I THE HARTFORD REPUJ3LIOINJ FifleJpb Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ATT IN THE FOUBIH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 9q2N 7 n u TEARfUE OR CHEERFUL dantr Msnyfto dutrr by the tearful outhtiri nf wile who baa enry thing abe watnwants to- knowI what the stutter But the wife cant tell She only I know that 1 abe U de l pressed 1- deepondt p codiIitj U lahhltoma 1 CJI wniI aiiicotD1 feyrtetlon hat 1U Dttir eict1ptou ckngs b 1clw tnbMhydrainsUon and curie female wcaVntas WashtnctoItyoakuw haw Z am I can uytyOu4s-a bavetaieMtUnuftwo of hU Oolden Mtdlcil DlMrtiV aDd I taudidne aOllWlbliaItlpaTOrtt Prescription makes weak women strong end sick Accept no substitute for the which work wooden mcdldneI women tbeUmelFellct SouthernRailway Thrown El ht Dmt Konthtra Htat- MKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI I MllUtlr Thy Deity Z elsa IMwrrn Lout slit aid Islington Uborratloa Chair ran 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IIAS8QS O P A Illlcol Oatral II It Chicago 4 NEW THROUQH LINE lrwltlf YMSriUI li- tOeSICACOAnew through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Kvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mat toon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly j A a part of the P D ERy The services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Hvansvlle 730pm 730am Ar Chicago 7ooRm 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 3oam ArEvansvllle 805am 550pm A Through sleeping cars on night if trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets of your local tl kqt agent TIIENEW YORK WORLD I TUricca eek EdltlonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Tbe Pmldtntlal campaign It ortr tint th1 world toe on lust th nani and It Is lull ulntw To learn thtemwi lat ai It tpruuiiptly and l1p rtta1Ij41I that ion bin to do U to look lntb column ol Th ThrlcvaWrtk Edition ot tbe Nw York World which corn to tbtiab arriberIM than aea- rb Tkt1eWk World dlllmnc niapnb nhor oIl btti glfn It circulation bro c rthc KoiVVUigiUcil pottn ndjroa w1Vt World u1urnbacrl tton Is oat tII pie Jest Wo otter thte 0UD1edawipapr aid TIC uirpukKili to nthr oa TMr fMlMTh rwrntar sabsuiption putre ot th two pap I H oo xHpk iTorneAtilt wjken tire bowels fall to act prop erlytks a doia ofXvons LAXATIVB Svanp It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys Hvefiand bowels will keep your syltera in good working order and make your complexion clear 1For imle bYJ Thus Allen RoalneKy J DETECTIVES Unearth a Midnight Mystery Three Dig In a Lot Where Wit nesses Had Seen a Coffin Burled and flnda Cat Hopeful and energetically three men made the dirt fly with pick and shovel in a vacant lot near Colum bus avenue and West One Hundred and Fourth street No grave here said Detective McManus of the West One Hundred Street Station as he leaned on his pick to rest- ThJslooka like fresh earth ex claimed Detective TobIn and he peck ed away viciously with his pick De tective Smith passed the back ol his handacross his forehead rubbed his blistered palms and then set to work again with his shovel It was i oclock in the morning Hall an hour before two stylish dress ed women and a man had called at the West One Hundred Street Station and told the sergeant that the sound ol some one digging in the vacant lot back of their house on Columbus avenue had attracted their attention Peering through the shutters they had seen a man and a woman lower a coma shaped box into a hole The earth was shoveled back Into the hole stamped down and then the couple hurried away Its awful said one of the wo menThe sergeant scented a mystery and summoned the three detectives to whom he repeated the story Mcmanns Tobin and Smith should ered pick and shovel and sallied forth A search for freshly turned earth proved futile They took off their coats and set to work systematically Silently they worked for half of an hourId never dig like this if there wasnt murder In it McManus spoke up Tobin and Smith were puffing but the latter managed to say Well find that coffin if we have to dig the lot upside down Then McMannsa shovel hit some thing that gave forth a hollow sound ToWn and Smith dropped their tools and sprang forward McManus quickly uncovered a coffinshaped box The lid was nailed Just the size ol a child whisper ed Tobin The cover waa loosened McManns caught hold of a corner of the shroud- It Is he gasped and flung aside the covering A call yelled Tobin and Smith In chotus A Certain Curo for Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one ol a party that Intended making a long bicycle trip says F r Taylor of New Albany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with dar rhoea and caa about to give up the trip when editor Ward oi the vllle Messenger suggested that I Jake a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cbole ra and Diarrhoea Remedy t put chased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route I made the trip successfully and never felt any 111 effect Again last summer I was almost completely run flown with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me For sale by all drnggltts m a Attorney General Clifton J Piatt has filed a mandamus suit in the Franklin Circuit Court seeking to compel Auditor Coulter to draw a warrent in his favor for 846481 the amount representing the salary paid Judge R J Brecklnridge during the period he held the office oi Attor ney General The case probable will be heard at the September term of the court a a Ramons Tonic Liver Pills have no equal as n liver medicine Try them for any chronic case of disordered liver and you will be entirely satisfied with the result Just one before re tiringmFifteen Years Ago I wandered to my grog shop I stoodat the bar and drank a bowl of lemonade and smoked a rank cigar the same old kegs and jugs were therethe ones we used to know when we were on the round up Tom some fifteen years ago The barkeepers a new one Tom the one who used to sell corrosive tanglefeet to us is now talking now In H nllfax the new one a plate glass front his hair is combed quite low he looks just like theone we knew just fifteen years agor Old Soaks came up and callefl for booze and dndelets staggered in and burned their throats with fine old Holland gin and women stood beside the dcor their faces seemed with woe and wept just as they used to weep some fifteen years ago I asked about our old time friends those cheerful pportyruen Tom and some were In the pen and onethe hang man laid him low the world Is much the same dear Tom as fifteen yean ago I asked abont that stately chap whom pride marked as its own he used to say that he could drink or let the stuff alone be perishedof the James II James out in the cold and snow ah few are left who used to bowl some fifteen years ago New crowds line up against the bar and call for crimson ink new hands are trembling as they pour the stuff they shouldnt drink but still the same old watchword rings this round Is on me you knowl1 The same old cry of doom we heard some fifteen years ago I wandered to the church yard Tom and there I found the graves of thosewho used to drown themselves In red fermented wave and women sleeping there where the grass and daises grow who wept and died of broken hearts some fifteen years ago And there were graves where children have slept for mania year forgetful of the woe that marked their short sad journey here and neath a tat fine monument in peace their Hell low the man who used to sell us booze some fifteen years ago Anony moos apWith the Funny Man SheYou say the table groaned under the weight of the seasons products lieYes they were playing ping pong on I- tSheI dont understand why a barber talks so much to his custom ersIreSimply because his customers are not women lIe wouldnt have a chance if it was otherwise BaconWhen those two men form ed a partnership they turned In eVe erything they had Egbert Yes I notice they bQth turned In their toes If you didnt knock spots out of your last summers suit remarked the observer of events and things It Is now time to take it to the tailor and have them taken out some other way Yeast What Is the average speed of an automobile Crlmsoabeak Its hard to tell You see It goes fast when it does go but when It breaks down its still for a long while Yonkera States man Sometime ago a man got a curious present from a sea captain It waa a fine specimen of the bird which the tailors call the laughing jackass and he was not a little proud ol it As be was carrying It home he met a brawny Irish navvy who stopped him and asked Phwat kind of a burrd Is that sorr Thats a laughing jackass ex plained the owner genially The Irishman thinking he was be- Ing made fun of was equal to the oc caslon and responded with a twinkle of the eye Its not yersllf Its the burrd 01 mane sorrlLondon TitBits Not every one would consider that to blush Indlvates special intelll gence yet blushing Is an eminently human attribute and Darwin says lilt would require an overwhelming amount of evidence to make us be lieve that mi7animal could blush Idiots too rarely blush It Is a fact that the nerves have an Effect even on the circulation of the blood and the very pulse at our wrist Is due not only to the heatt throbs but to an organism called the vaso motor system threadlike nerves distributed to the walls of blood vessels and making a regular pul sing motion as they force the blood alongThese blood vessels are related closely both to the cerebro spinal and the sympathetic systems hence the reason for the effect of sudden shock of the pallor produced by fear the crimson blush of shame and the flush of shame and the flush of rage These are really psycho phenomena and Indicate the remarkable vascu lar changes caused by feelings oi the mindBlushing really is a sort of momentary paralysis or suspension of the vaso motor nerye influence and the opposite emotion of fear either stim ulates the contractors 6f the tiny cap illary vessels or sometimes permits the action by suspending the cerebral Influences Philadelphia Bul letin Josh Weshafer of LoogQotee Ind la a poor man but hesays be would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm If Itcost five dollars a bottle for it saved him from being a cripple No external application Ii equal to this liniment for stiff and swollei joints contracted muscles stlfl neck sprains and rheuruatte and auscila pains It ha also curednumerous cases of partial paralysis It Is for sale byall druggists m e clHPQ1LX4L tu2l1BJoatmDl c JUDGE GUFFY I Stands Excellent Chance Oi ReElection to the Ap pellate Bench Judge Settles Nasty Connection With the Goebel Contest Loses Him the Support of Independent LawAbld SIng Voters lIon B rD Guffy Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals and a candi date for reelection onthe Republican ticket from the Second Appellate Dis trict looks like a winner lIe has served a term of eight years as a member of Kentuckys highest tribu nal and his official acts have been of such a high and satisfactory character that he was unanimously tendered the nomination for a second term by his party Ills ability as a lawyer and jurist places him in the front rank ol that profession and he is conceded to be an authority on mat ters of legal moment From his district comes the reliable intelligence that the prospects for his reelection are very flattering The party has superb organization and Is thorough ly determined to win in the coming electionJudge Gnffys opponent on the Democratic ticket Is Judge Warren Settle whose candidacy Is being ma nipulated by the Goebelite machine In the district there is considerable dissension in the ranks of the Democ racy due to the fact that Judge Settle assumed such an active part In advis ing the late William Goebel to con test the election of Governor Taylor Judge Settle signed the recommenda tion and petition to Mr Goebel December 22 1899 urging that he take the steps which afterwards placed Kentucky in an unenviable position with the entire country Mr Settle has been condemned by leading memo bers of his own party which Is now divided on this question In the Second District The Independent vote which is very large in this particular district it Is conceded will support Judge Guffy for reelection The reason is obvlooj for the fact that his careeras appellate judge has been such as to merit the confidence of the peoplejpf Kentucky During the campaign of 1900 Judge Settle who at the time was Circuit Judge of his county took the stump advocating the election of Bryan and Beckham So great was the opposi tion to Bryan In his own patty that the conservative element now refused to support Settle for espousing Bryans election The independent press in the Sec ond District has declared for Judge Gully the Brtckinridge News and Hawesvllle Plalndealer publishing very complimentary and editorial In dorsement of his candidacy There is what might be described a spon taneous uprising of voters who declare that machine rule must cease and to accomplish this end Judge Settle must be defeated The univer sal sentiment in the Second District is that Judge Guffy will succeed him self and by an Increased majority Lexington Leader In dealing with man remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There Is nothing so good for children as the oldfashioned castor oil However much they may abhor it it is their best medicine for disorders of the bowels In the more severe cases of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di airhota Remedy should be given after the oil operates and a quick cureIs sure to follow For sale by all druggists mI e The weekly newspaper Is the best- read of all our papers It goes in the truest meaning ot the phrase into the bosoms of the families of its patrons The great daily in the great city Is glanced over and thrown away It is read by the business man as he goes from his house to his office or from his office to his home or as he is waiting for his breakfast or as he waits for his supper The headlines attract his attention and have be come matters of skill and art tele grams are glanced over and the markets may be more carefully studied the edltorals are carelessly glanced over or simply neglected and the paper thrown aside The semiweeklies or weeklies are taken home arc read by the family and its news made topics conservation around the fireside cr at the table and he who has the art of Issuing an attractive country paper is building up a stable profitable and- permanent business It Is In this field that the capable owner of acoun try paperfinds his largest success He does not undertake to rival the dallies he does not pretend to compete with them he has his field and occupies It he becomes the friend and weekly visitor of the families of his patrons secures the advertisement of every enterprise Importance in his community with anything to sell and Regains the respect anti wins the confidence of the people among whom his paper circulates j I R QUEER VERDICT Qne the Judge was not Pleas ed With Hence set i4it Aside It Mans Liberty Decided by a SchemeV IS t At Barbonrsvllle Ky the case of Riley Lindsey chaged with robbing K P Owens of 45 was called in the circuit court After the jury had been out some hours it was learned that no agreement had been reached and that no vervlct would be rendered Judge Faulkner ordered tbe jury held over and asked them If possible to bring in a verdict One was tendered but not the kind that seemed to please the judge Some of the members of the jury filedaffidavits soon after the verdict was read to the effect that the liberty of the accused had been gambled away by the jury Upon Investigation it was learned I that the jury was about equally dl vided and that there were two men who were leaders one being on each side These two men would not agree Some one of those less Inter estedsuggested that a pint of corn be brought to the room This was done without any one knowing it except the jurymen It was then agreed that the corn should be poured out on the floor and tbe two leaders would draw a grain at a time from the pile until It was exhausted all were to agree to the verdict the one who drew the last grain should write it As it happened that the man so strong for conviction drew the last grain in the pile a verdict was written for one year in the penitentiary As soon as this was found out by the court a motion was filed for a new trial and It was granted and the case was continued This is the first time for several years that anything of this nature has happened in this cour- tiIrwothiligssiutbetreatment I of na laYCDtanh are now fully understood First the drying process is a delusion that produces more mischief than ben efit Second science common sense and experience proclaim ElysCream lilam to be Instant relief and final certain cure It cleanses the diseased membranes and never makes the pa tient sneeze Price 50 cents Sold by druggists and by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York S S A Communication Mr EditorAllow me to speak a few words in favor ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy suffered for three years with the brouchtls and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely relieved meWS Brock man Bagnell lio This remedy is for sale by all druggists m t or How Not to Provide the Demo crats With an Issue On the 20th ot July talking at Bar Harbor to a New York World man William C Whitney for many years oneof the most conspicuous members of the Democratic party declared hia Intention of staying out of politics forever and added The trouble Is that the Democrats have no issue and no man That Is the exact situation lof the Democratic party today simply and solely because of the five of un equaled prosperity that have lollowedI the restoration x f the iy tothe control of National affairs oman man knows this better than does President Clevelands Secretary of the Navy Few men have better reason for knowing it for few Indeed have prof ited more sumptuously than William C Whitney has In these five vtars ot protection prosperity It Is because ol tbe splendid Issue prosperity upon which the Republicans stand before the country that Mr Whitney says ttie Democrats have no issue Neither can they have unless one is made for them by the Silly Billies of the Republican party who shriek and gibber about the necessity of tariff tinkering If these could have their way the Democrats would be provided with an Issue But they will not be permitted to have tbelr way Pros perRy is the Issue- tall Festival Cincinnati Ohio September 1527 1932 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate clone fare lot I round trip6 65 from Beaver Dam to Cincinnati and return Tickets on saleSeptemper 14 and 15 limited to September 27 for return Ij 1 a Ti THE CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN Is One of ImportanceThe Dem ocrats Stands Squarely on the Kansas City Platform t Hwlal Com onilrnre New York Sept 2 1902 The National Republican Ctngres slonat Committee has established headquarters for the coming campaign In the St James Building 26th Broadway this city and is rapidly getting under way the preparations Icrthefconttetol the next Hoasee Representatives Chairman Babcock and Representative Overstreet Hull and Sherman wltha large staff ol assistants are on hand The textbook for the Campaign Is being distributed to the Congressional nominees and the Chairman of the State Commit tees and other literary matter con stating of speeches pamphlets etc A little later in the season a large corps of speakers will be sent into the fieldand the voters of the land will be given an opportunity to hear the principles of the Republican party ex pounced from platform and stump by some ofthe most brilliant talkers in the United States Colonel Henry Casson of Wisconsin Is In charge of this feature of the work The first effort of the Congressional Committee will be to arouse the at tention ol Republican voters to the fact that the coming fight for Con gress will not be a walkover On the contrary there is evidence that it will be a vigorous centest and that only by the voters rallying to the old party In full strength on election day can the next House be carried There was never a time when the general conditions throughout the country were more favorable to Republican success than now It Is because of the very fact that there is such wide prosperity such general contentment that there is danger of indifference and apathy among the Republicans which might lead to disaster unless the voters are warned beforehand of the necessity ot vigilance and action The Democrats already are showing signs of making this an Oldfash ioned Democratic campaign That is it is to be a campaign of misrepresentation and demagogUery on their part Canards and roorbackstwiH be the order of the day for the Demo crats from now on As the Democrats are divided among themselves on the question of issues for the cam paign they will have to resort to their oldtime familiar methods to keep their campaign going The Democratic Congressional Committee is going to make the campaign sauarely on the Kansas City Platform While the general public might suppose that the Issues which had been fought out In two cam palgus in both of which the Demo crats were beaten were dead such snot the case On authority of the Secretary ol Democratic Committee the contrary is stated Secretary Edwards of the Democratic Congressional Committee fn an authorized interview in the Wash ington Star July 21 1902 said The Democratic Congressional Committee is standing squarely on the Kansas City platform That is the only Democracy we know any thing about and it will be the only- Deniocracythere Is until another Na tional convention shall be held Chairman Babcock of the Repub lican Congressional Committee has given out the following statement the only authorized statement he thus far has made In this campaign My attention has been called to tables published by the press general ly purporting to come from the Re publican Congressional Committee or from someone alleged to be familiar with our supposed estimates Now the facts are that the Re publican Congressional Committee has never published a table by States during the five campaigns that I have been connected with it It Is Impossible at this time to even predict by districts with any degree of accuracy what the result may be for the rea son that only abont onehalf of the nominations have been made and but few of the State or Congressional committees have as yet been organ ized and local conditions are such in many places where the nominations have not been made that it would be folly to predict what the result migtt be In those districts The Republican Congressional Committee will pub lish no tables during the campaign but at as early a date as possible when the campaign progresses suffi ciently to enable us to secure reliable Information we shall give the public the benefit ol it I believe the Republican party will succeed and elect a majority of the next House but we must not for get that since General Grants first term in off years the Republicans have succeeded but once in electing a Congress in harmony with the administration and that was In 1896 The general state of prosperity Is i such that the people are busy and having confidence in the Republics Administration takiflt for gtantuj 3Repnbllcn southern districts solidly Democratic in which experience has taught us the futility of attempting to make a cam palgn and in many of which Repnb lIcan voters are either disfranchised or a free ballot and a Mir count de nled so that we must win 70 per cent of the debatable districts n order to secure a bare majority of the fifty eighth Congress and must carry 7 per cent of the debatable dIstrictj- order to have a safe working majority stkpblWfTito call attention to the fact tIitjth4 tables that have been pablUhe ar misleading and that the Comrajtte Ian t responsible for their pubjic tion MOTION Taken Under Submission by Judge ORear In Sixth Judicial District Prlr mary Case Frankfurt Ky Aug 29Appe late Judge ORear today took under submission a motion to reinstate an Injnctlon granted and set aside la the Ohio county case in which the Repnb llcans are seeking to prevent the Democrats of the Sixth Judicial district from holding a primary on the day of the general election in November next Attorneys M L Heavrlp and J S R Wedding of Hartford appeared for the Republicans and Ben D Ringo of Hartford and Cba pcze Wathen of Owensboro for the Theattofneys ment but agreed to submit the mo tion on briefs Judge ORear was anxious that the whole court considered the question It being a new one in Kentucky but mrtlonA man who has tried it says I wai obliged to quit work on aeconljt ol biliousness Alter using onejx of Ramons Liver Pills and Ton perfifhelIven the most delicate persons use them with beneficial result rnf Chief Justice Guffy Much interest is being manifested In the race ot Chief Justice Gnffy for Judge ot the Court of Appeals not throughopttheelected the Democratic press vilely assaulted him claiming that he wa an Ignoramous However now that- his term is nearing its conclusion thi lawyers and people of the State have realized the faciihatiCbaanade ojie of the mot conscientious painstaking capable Judges that court hal ever had lie has been thoroughly Independ ent and manly has snowja hlmsell able to rise above the wavesoi ItpartisanlIshed a reputation for sturdy honk ty and independent manhood He has decided many novel and Important questions at all times rising to the emergencies of tbe occasion- It Is true some of the corporations do not love him because he has refused to be their subservient tool While he has been just to organized wealth he his been brave enough to see that justice should be done to the people and their rights pro tected There is no reason why he shonld not be triumphantly reelected and reason why he shonld be One who has proven himself able and upright can always be more safely trusted to hold a position he has honered than one who has never held the place and whose election Is neces sarily and experiment- It requires some years for a Judge to become accustomed to the duties of his officsome time to enable him 4o ptace his mind Ilitheprofet groove It Is unwise a ed Judge from the bench and supply his place with an inexperienced law yer It Is tine Judge Settle has made a reasonably good CircuitJudge but the duties of Circuit and Appel late Judges are essentially different It might not be a had idea to retain Settle on the Circuit bench if be pas indeed shown himself competent and reliable But it would be a serious mistake to place an incompetent man on the Circuit bench in his place and at the same time place him on the Appetite bench In the place of one whohas s hown himself to be amply qualified u We have no doubt that Chief Jus tice Guffy will be reelected The people of his district know him are fully acquainted with his worth and will see to It that he is Indorsed and thus save to the State a good and efficient officer NERVES GAVE WAY- PERUNALI CURED IwtsP3i prlireIUIirlr laiM a 14 IhrieIII6 J I sspMil X Brady Oarreipondlac Seers tary IlUnola Womans Alliance writes from 2725 Indiana avenue Chicago Ill i Last year from continued strain In literary work I became very much ex hausted my nerve seemed to give way and I had backache headache and serious Indigestion i p IOneot my Mends suggested that t try Peruna It certainly acted like magic on my system WWithtn ten days tfelt new life and health given me and by taking an oc casional dose oft and oa when I led extra tired I keep my system In per feet orderMISSA BRADY Mra Fanny Klaradatachcr of Sum mlUrillo NY writes aa follows for thrco months I suffered with pain In tho back and In tho region of the kldnoys and a dull pressing sensation in the abdomen and other symptoms of pelvic catarrh- Dot after taking two bottles of Tern na I am entirely well better than I over wuMtI Fanny KlavadaUchcr Send for Health and Beauty written especially for women by Dr 8 B Hart man President Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0- SILENCED THE LAWYER Legal Light Worsted in Encount er With Irishman Conversation became reminiscent at the Lawyers Club the other day the late Judge James T Brady being the subject A veteran practitioner who knew him well said l Bradys first attempt at practicing law was In very humble quarters in the rear ot cobblers shop In Fulton street near William One day an Irishman who called and inquired for the cobbler was told by Brady that he was out Peering about the room of the newly fledged lawyer scantily furnished with two unpainted chairs and deal table he inquired I say boss what do you sell here Blockheads promptly replied Brady Humph aald the Irishman must be doing a good business cs I see you have only one leltNewY- ork Times crAS1OlaOBun tt- BlguHr lh1KTflIl5A1Wi5BI5fM- The it trusts are to be the issue upon which the reorganized Democracy will jaake its cawpafgn this year It would bcvnnfalr perhsps to ask a Demo cratic orator what trust the last Democratic administration putout of bus iness after being elected on a plat form In whJch trusts were as vigor ously denounced as they were In the Democratic platform 01I02Brolt vllle Ind American MOTHERHOOD Tho greatest ambition of Amer lean men and women Is to have homo bleood with children Tho worann aflllcted with fomalo l11l eaao Is constantly menaced with becoming a ohlldloM who No modloloo can rcstort dcul or t gan but WInO of Cardul does regulate derangements that pre proventmlaOJTage I ftntions and shattered nerves and doss bring babies to homes yearsWinohealth and itrength to bear heal thy ohlldrin You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardul from your deal- erWINEOT CARDVI its lXukI ft ILapbS ba AprllUllot WI ofur4STOtt1lztIsaSnobabyalo1wJru fuurU n pounds and I roaNThouseIE1uitytagsymehnCowIlDJ- I 41 1 JI U I 111 J Hartford Republican li aed loT the HnrtforJ InlilltblDR Company I roRroRATED1 JOAN HENRY THOJIAN Killlor sr rruoxr=C Cuznbtlon 040 Tough n1tzzFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 llntrnol AOverlliliiff Transient adrertbtnient 40c Ir Inch lint InnrUonilOc per loch rath additional Inwrtlon special rates on yrarlr contract Loral notion lOe per tine lint Insertion Be per line rach additional Inwrtlon Cards of thank ntolitlon and obltnarU 10 nnti a line Caih In udranc Republican Ticket For Appellate udfieiiDa nutrlcl JUDGE 11 XDaUFrY- Ol Uorgantoira ANHOCKCEHEXTN For Clrcnlt Jndjte We are authorized to announce W T OWEN ot Davlwi County eD candidate rot Orcult Judge In the Sixth Indldal bletdctsublect to the action ot the Democratic party Tnt narrow eecape from death of President Roosevelt at PitUfieldmll interest the people of tho entire country Never in the history of the Ito puplio have the President and Vice President both died during the term of office for which they were elected Tar Democratic Committee of the Sixth Judicial District has called oil the primary originally scheduled for the regular election day this fall and fixed upon November 12 for holding the primary to nominate candidates for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney TOM L JOHNSON captured completely the Democratic State Convention in Ohio this week Mr Johnson is a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for the Presidency and elected to force the convention to endorse the Bryan platforms to further his candidacy Mr Johnson has been regarded one of the shrewd eat politicians in the country aud the result of this apparently rash venture will be watched with interest WE have it upon what we regard pretty good authority that Mr Wat tersona withdrawal from the race for Governor was due not to anxiety about securing the nomination of his party nor the humiliation of person solicitation of support nor cozen ing bullying or buying the Demo cratic machine but to a conviction that owing to the divisions in his party no Democratcould win Oun farmers would find it a good investment to take the members of our Fiscal Court out for a drive over the dirt roada of our adjoining coun ties Daviess Breckenridgo and Grayson counties have each a sensi ble system of keeping their public roads in order and we believe if our Magistrates would take occassion to seethe effect of a judicious expendi ture of no greater sum ofmoney than we throw away annually upon our roads that they would make an effort to apply some sensible and practical methods to keeping up our public highways IWH1CH IS WHAT It seems that our neighbor the Hartford Herald has been mixing i something which we do not under take to describe The following two articles appears In this weeks issue drover Clenland President Cleveland nirat to have cranlcd clrcleewlnglng oratory Into a hole somewhere bat torn COD I CBOUI and I Irnole In for nothing null eo utter much as the platitude- seeichatthat blj bar and KlItUrlDK Kenerell niony meeting la New lies which characterize York Perhaps be has his talk about the heard that nllence In tracts He talks much rdentgollbugbeing an In tutu Pduntureremeqop this tends InvMtlnR In a Brent evil He euuuld large quantity ot the strike at tbe root ot the slug dliwuw and not dally with the jjlora It he would advocate a re vUlon ot our tariff and corporation laws bH would then Iw getting at the very thing which permit and pro mote Ithe exluteme ot the trusts r Oh man Oh maul reveal to me My bead doth feel so funny c c The Democratic Con gressional Committee is standing squarely on the Kansas City platform That is the only Democ racy we know anything about and it will be the only Democracy there is until another National convention shall beheld From an autburltcd statement ol Secretary IMtrarda ot tbe National Democratic Con Kiwulonol JCommlttoe Washington Star July Slit 1WS FORDSVILLE- A great many Masons from the lodge here and friends are attending a big Masonic picnic in Cloverport today A special train conducted by Mr J J Tilford was run to accom modute the crowd Miss Louise Beeler of Kirk is vis lUng her sister Mrs Leslie Walker Mr Warren May of Hardlnsbnrg was in town this week en route to Murray Ky to visit hIs brotherin law Mr F P Stum Miss Alma Ford Is very sick this weekMr and Mrs J M Graham of Narrows visited Mr and Mrs Mack Smith Sunday Miss Flora Tilford accompanied by her father Mr J J Tilford left Sat urday to enter school at Loretta Acad emy this State w a Miss Mettle Holland of Whites vlllc has procured a music class here and began her lessons this week Dr and Mrs B W Ford and faral ly ot HartforJwereguests of relatives here a few days recently Mr and Mrs Willie Ford and family just hav lug returned from West Virginia something of a reunlon of the im mediate Ford family was had here Sunday at the home of Mr Shelby FordMessrs Clarence Morrison and James Sanderfur of Hartford were it town last Saturday Quite a large party from here were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Webster in the country at a water melon feast Saturday night The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Olla Wilson Edith who has been sick for some time was taken to Louisville last week for treatment and is reported not any better Mr Arthur Smith of Glendeane visited his parents here Sunday Mr and Mrs E U Qalsenberry are in Louisville purchasing their fall stock of goods Miss Nancy Smith is in charge of their store during their absenseMr and Mrs J B Renfrew of Narrows spent Sunday with Mrs Renlrowa mother Mrs Walker Mr Walker Fant recently of Louis ville has accepted a position here- wIth Hines Co dry goods- A party of young people from here attended an ice cream supper at lEt navllle Saturday night Mr and Mrs Roy Armendt and baby of Narrows spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ream Smith Mr Joe Sawyer of Cloverport was In town to see friends last week Mr and Mrs Clarence Smith who have been In Louisville for several months have returned here to their old home and gone to housekeeping Mr Smith will have business inter ests here Mrs Dr Flemister will again have charge of the millinery department with Wilson Shrewsberry and will go to Louisville Monday for her fall stockMiss Bellew who has been visiting Mrs Sue Montgomery has returned to her home in Oircnsboro Our school is progressing nicely with a corpse of teachers who are proving themselves thoroughly proficient in every respect offering to the public a complete collegiate course also a business course in fact any and all demands are complied with and with such a brilliant open ing we feel sure a new era has dawn ed upon the Fordsvllle Easy therel Is it possible that we shall next year witness the spectacle ofCripps Beckham meeting W O Bradley in joint debate in a guberna torlal canvass Such a thing might happen Even so old a campaigner as P Wat Hardin was foolish enough to be led into a debate with the Little Giant and the sad result is yet fresh in the memory of the public It seems certain that Beckham will be given the nomination by that ma chine that ran over Mr Watterson so rudely and there are evidences that the Republicans are going to try to get Gov Brrdley to lead them again And should these two things occur how could Beckham plead the baby act and refuse to meet the Republican nominee And Oh what would happen to the Kid Commercial Judge Settles Canvass After ringing the court house ben three times there were just thirty men who heard W E Settle and several of those were Judge Gnfiy friends who were taking notes A fair Idea of the race can be heard here on September 6 when Judge Gully will speak The court room will be crowded and the people will hear a great calm recital of affairs by one of the most gifted jurists in the whole country Hawesvllle Plalndealer DUNDEE School opened here Monday with a- very good attendance with Mr J U Mitchell as teacher Mr Will Sargent of Fordsville was the guest of his sister Mrs By ron Bean Saturday and Sunday The protracted meeting held by Bro Jenkins at this place closed Sunday night Miss Effie Bean is visiting relatives- at Fordsville Mrs Virgil Renfrow is getting along nicely at this writing- A wee boy arrived at the home of Mr Cook Beans Tuesday for an in definite stay Mr and Mrs John Duke spent Sat urday and Sunday with their daughter Mrs Clarence Armendt Mrs A R Renfrow and children visited Mrs Renfrows parents Mr and Mrs Tom Duke Saturday and SundayMiss Mattie Bean who has been on the sick list is improving- Mr Noah Skaggs and Mrs Will Dean were baptized by Bro Jenkins MondayMr Mrs William Hirsch attended the show at Owensboro Tues day Mr and Mrs Calvin Hartis Min- Ing City visited the family of Mr W R Bean recently Misses Viola and Mettle Pirtle vis- Ited relatives at Renfrow Hill Satur day and Sunday Mr Fitzhug Renfrow and family Narrows spent Sunday with relatives at this place Mr Henry Hurt is very sick For a bad taste in the mouth take bamberlaina Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by alldruggisls DECIDES AGAINST THE INJUNCTION Judge ORear of the Court of Ap peals Says There is no Law to Interfere With Ohio County Primary Fnnlcfort Ky Sept a Judge ORear of the Court of Appeals yesterday afternoon refused to reinstate the Irjntctlon to prevent the Demo crats ol the Sixth judicial dlstiict from holding a primary diction on the day ol the regular election In No vember The injunction was granted by Circuit Clerk Andeuoa of Ohio county and was dissolved by Special Judge W A Helm of Butler county As affecting the Sixth judicial dis trict race tbe decision Is ot no mater ial importance the Democratic com mlttee of that dUttlcl having changed the date ol the primary from Novem ber 4 the regular election day to No vember 12 The question has never been raited before in Kentucky how ever and the opinion ot Judge ORear will be ol general interest The opinion Is as follows PlalntlBs seek by this suit to re strain defendants of the Democratic Committee ol the Sixth judicial dls trict of Kentucky fiom holding a prl mary election on the same day that the regular election is held on No vembcr 4 1902 It Is not claimed that defendants will but on the con trary It Is shown by order ol the committee and by affidavits of members of the committee that they will not attempt to hold the primary elec tion at the same places or within fifty leet of the voting places wherein the regular election may be held In the counties affected by the order Nor is it shown that there will be any attempt by the defendant committee to use the same ballot boxes or same voting paraphernalia as is provided by law for the holding of the regular election Oa the contrary It Is as rested and shown that defendants pro pose to hold their primary election by appointing voting places more than filly feet distant Ironi the regular vot- Ing places wherein the regular election is held and by separate and distinct officers and paraphernalia for conducting their primary Whether a primary election held at different voting places from those provided by orders of the County Court for holding elections within such precincts and districts would be a valid election is a question though argued I do not feel called upon to determine The sole question here is Does it necessarily Interfere with the rights ot plaintiffs and other vot ers of the district affected Unless the holding of the primary election invades the prescribed limits fixed by the statute for holding the regular elections I am unable to see that it Is anywhere prohibited by any posit ive declaration of legislation Not being prohibited it appears to me that the committee can it they see proper to doso hold their primary on the same day that the regular elec tion is held As to the proprieties of such action I do not see how the courts can undertake to determine them That is a matter for the com mittee and the voters to pass on If the Legislature bad seen proper to prohibit the holding of primary elections on the same day that the gen eral elections are held they would undoubtedly have done so Not hav ing made such action Illegal I am unable to find the warrant for the courts attempt to do ro I there fore decline to reinstate the Injunc tion dissolved in this case on the I4th day of August 1912 r 1000 Perish Paris Sept 2The Hnvas agency has received an undated dispatch from Fort de France Island of Mar tlnque announcing that about 1000 were killed and that several hundred were IrjureJ as the result of a violent eruption of Mt Pelee on Saturday August 30 which destroyed Morne Rouge and Ajoupa Buulilon two vII lages near Mont Pelee The dispatch confirms the report that the village of Le Carbet was dam aged by a tidal wave which was also felt at Fort de France where thepeo plewere stricken The French crulstn Sachet and Tage are embarking people In the northing part of Martinique As Aesop Puts It A man had a Glass In which he looked at himself ever day And he did not perceive that he grew older But at length he perceived that the Glass had grown old So he threw it away and got another that was new Then he saw that he had grown old with the Glass Aesops Fables Re vised FORDSVILLE MM Aletha Evans is quite sick Miss Ella Jones is visiting her aunt Mrs M A Combs near Hartford this week Mr Charlie Huff and family Sul phur Springs were the guests of Mr W R Jones family Saturday and Sunday Misses Millie Gllncr and Myrtle Ralph of Magan were in town Fri day Mr Eslll Kirk and wife of Owens boro are visiting the family of Mr J H Smith Excursion Rates National Encampment G A R Vasblngton D C Oct 6n 1912 J i = I On account above occasion round- trip tickets will be sold from Beivc Dam to Washington D C and return for f15 45 for round trip Tickets on sale Oct 34 5 and 6 1902 Tickets limited to October t4 for tc turn except that by depositing tickets with Joint Agent not later than 200 oclock noon Wednesday October 15 and upon payment of fee of 5a at time of deposit extension of return limit to leave Washington to and including November 3 1902 maybe obtained v Stopover privileges east of Pittsbnrg Bellalre 0 Par ersbnrg or Huntington W Va Except between Orange Va and Wash Ington on C O State Fair Louisville On account above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for round- trip plus 500 for admlsson fee Tickets ou sale September 20th to 27th limited to Sept 29 lor return Hardin County FalrOn account of Hardln County Fair at Elizabeth town Ky Stilt 912 round trip tickets will be sold at rite ot one late tickets on tale Svpt 9 to Ir limited- to Sept 13 lor return Grand Lodge F AM LonU llle Oct ax 23 On account of above occasion rouud trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale October 20 and for early morning train October 2ist Limited to Oct 24th far return DROUTH DAMAGES CORN Review of Conditions Through State is Prepared by Weather Bureau The weekly crop bulletin issued by the local Weather Bureau yesterday was as follows Drouth has damaged corn consider ably in a great many localities so that the prospect which obtained ear ly in the season for an excessive yield Is altered and is now not more than an average cropt expected It has improved in the extreme western counties but has deteriorated In many localities in other parts of the State Early corn is maturing rap Idly and some has been cut The late planted has suffered from the recent drouth but with favorable con dltlons it will yield well The condition of tobacco has not al tered very much the crop will be short The growth is small and many plants ars fired Cutting and housing have gone on quite rapidly the weather being very favorable for that work Hemp is very good and most of It has been cut- Pastures grasses and clover fields have suffered very much for rain A medium crop of millet is being harvested Stock peas cane and sorgh us are doing well in most localities Lite potatoes turnips and late gar dens need rain badly There is a short crop of winter ap pies ol Inferior quality come pears and grapes scarcely any peaches Plowing for winter grains has been carried on where the condition of sol permitted Some oats have been sown Hows This We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ol Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have know P J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financial able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- WaldlngKinnan MarvinWhole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Body Found Providence Ky Sept 2Mrs James M Simpson a widow about seventy five years old who lived alone about three miles cast of Shady Grove in Crittenden county was found dead in bed late Sunday after noon From the badly decomposed condition ol her body it is thought her death occurred some four or five days previous The body could not be prepared for burial but was wrapped in the bed dirig on which she was found clad In her night robes and was Interred Monday morning at an early hour by tneniespeclally engaged to perform dutiesMrs was the daughter of Hamilton Martin The Martin and Simpson families were pioneer settlers In Crittenden county The result of her union with James M Simpson was a large family ol boys and girls who are all married and live In differ ant pout of Crittenden and adjoining counties Mr Simpson purchased land and laid out a farm on what it now the Providence and Shady Grove road When the war between the states broke out he cast his lot with that of the South attaching himself to the Army of Northern Virginia Returning home nt the clone ol Jio3 llltles he served his people AH Jus lice of the Peace for a number of years and died several years ago an lion ored usiful and lamented cltzn Mrs Simpson alter the death oi her iusVa d continued ti reside on tbe old farm I L THE DEBT Of the United States Less Cash on Hand is Less Than a Billion Dollars Washington Sept 2 The month ly statement of the public debt Issued today shows that at the close of bus mess August 30 1932 the debt less cash in the treasury amounted to 1968091 321 a decrease for the month of 5818646 This decrease is prin cipally accounted for by a correspond Ing Increase In the cash on hand The debt is recapitulated as follows Interest beating debt 931070341 debt on which no interest 395254 991 total 1327582821 This amount however does not Include certificates and and treasury notes outstanding amounting to 845876 089 which ore offset by nn equal amount of cash on hand held lor their redemptionThe In the treasury IH t las ifed as follow Gold reserve fUl1d15 OMCXXI trust tuna 845 876089 611 eral fund 168785 421 In national bank dipoaltotles 125 381 169 total 12910436314 against which there are demand liabilities outstanding amounting to 93552179 leaving a cash balance on hand ol 359 491 500 FROM AIT PELEE Village of Morne Rouge Destroy ed by Saturdays Eruption 200 Killed Castries Island of St Lucia D W I Sept IThe British steamer Kos ona arrived here yesterday evening from Fort de France Island of Mar Unique She reports that a terrible eruption of Mont Pelee occurred at 9 oclock Saturday night and that peo pie who arrived at Fort de France from the northern part of the Island report that the village of Morne Rouge near the district recently de vastated had been entirely destroyed and that Le Carbet a village on the cdast which was destroyed at the Urn ol the great eruption had been swep by a tidal wave About two hundred persons lost their lives A sloop Irom the Island of St Vin cent which reached here this morning reports that Mont Pelees crater is now quiet but that tbe detonations during Saturday night were the loud est heard up to that time and that the inhabitants were terribly alarmed TwentyFive Killed Birmingham Ala Sept 2An excursion train on tbeSonthernboun d from Greenville Miss to Blrmlng ham was wrecked this morning near Ala Twentyfive negroes are known to be dead and Trainmaste H M Dudley was killed Instantly Twentyfive more negroes are serious Iy if not fatally injure- dATTENTION I G A R One Hundred and SeventyKin Battles Were Fought on or Adjacant to the Bait more Ohio Railroad f The Baltimore Ohio Railroad and the Civil War 18611865 It was the heat and most desirable point ol vantage coveted by both the Federal and Confederate armies In May 1861 the four Federal advance columns concentrated at Parkersburg WVa Wheeling W Va Harpers Ferry W Va and at Washington To retain the advantage the Federa government established block along the rallrnl from the Monocac to the Ohio river besides forts at Winchester Harpers Ferry Cumber land Piedmont and New Creek Key ser The B O was the base of operations for the Federal army fo nearly four years and from which tb government could not take advance line earlier than November 1864 The B O was the means of communication between the West and the Army of the Potomac and was conse quently in a continual state of siege Harpers Ferry the key to the shen andoah Valley first famed through the fanatical attempt of John Brown in defying the laws and customs of his country yam captured or recaptured eight times In three years The Government Arsenal and armories which were located there were de stroyed by the government to prevent their capture One hundred and sev entynine battles of greater or less im portance were fought on or adjacent to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad not taking into consideration the Innumerable skirmishes Trains ofthe B X SW will take you through the same territory en route to the 36th Annual Encamp ment G A R at Washington October 6 it and very low rates will be male from all points on tbe B O SWFor particulars ask your Local Agentor address O P McCarty General Passenger Agent- Cincinnati Ohio Notice- I have this day set my son John Henry Briggs and daughters Allle and Manic Briggs free to trade and make contracts for themselves and will not hereafter be responsible for their conduct or contracts This Aug 22 1992 Gno faunas 6t2 McHenry Ky Half Sick rt I first used Ayers Sarsaparilla In the fall of Since then I have taken It every spring as a i blood and nerve strengthening medicine to S Wichita Kans If you feel run down are easily tired if your nerves arc weak and your blood is thin then begin to take the got d old stand ard family medicine Aycrs Sarsaparilla Its a regular nerve lifter a perfect blood builder tuttum uUnlllsll oak tour daetorhat he think er Ayers rte about Ibl ennd old hlntlymrdleine Foaowhuadslcuad- w1 wtll rJJOTn Co towel Musa For Sale The JuJge Baird property near the Water Mill There ne nine nerM of ground large twostory reMtkncc in good ttplr Atro ill necessary out buildings and a fine well ol wider For further particulars call on or aldiesa A C ELLIS Aut tf IlHttioid Ky 4nr of every bottle of the genuine OWENS PINK MIXTURE the babyi friend from birth until he has his teeth All druggists Louisville Market CATTLB- I Choice to prime shipping steers 6 5o6 75 Medium to good steers 5 50 d16 15 Choice butcher steer 5 0 5 25 Medium to good butchers 3 750 4 40 Common to medium 3 375 Cannery 1 Sod 2 00 Good to choice feeders 4 40 4 75 Common to medium 3 5 4 00 Good to entry stock steers 3 7J1 4 35 Common to medium 2 o019 2 50 Gcod to med stok heifers a 7513 3 25 Plain light mixed tockers 2 25 2 85 40e00tChoice calves 5 soj 6 25 Con to medium calves 3 ooli 4 35 Choice to fancy milch cows 30004000 Medium to good 25 000 35 00 Plain common t8 ooG 2500 HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 7 40 Med packers 16 to 200 740 Choice light 120 to 160 7 25 Choice pigs 90 to 120 6250675 Good pigs 50 to 90 5 500 6 25 Roughs 150 to sco 6 oo0 6 85 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping 3 o00 3 10 Fair to good 2 50 2 75 Common to medium 1750 2 25 Bucks i 500 2 25 Extra spring lambs 5 50 Seconds 4 5f 4 65 Good buther lambs 3 50 4 00 Common tHlltnd lambs 2 5 3 3 25 TUB GRAIN MAHKET Wheat No 2 red and longberry 7nc No J red and longberry 68e reo jetted 28c IeII oti levee ic less CornNo 2 white 66 No 2 mixed 63Mc No 2 yellow 692 No 3 white 67 tfc No 3 mixed 66c No 3 yellow 66jjc OatsNo 2 white 36C No2 mixed 29c Rye No 2 57s8c The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices tutu PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Pork17 oo Hams Choice sugarcured light and special cure I2i4c heavy 1ser3Kcy I2c regu lar clear sides I 2je picked j breakfast bacon r4yfc eagar cured shoul ders iolc bacon extra IIMc- LardPrime steam In tierces taJcchoice leaf in tierces ntfc in tubs ticeBulk Meatr Ribs nc regular clear sides n extra short ioc A Miraculous FeatJlt seemed that nothing short of a miracle could save my little untimelydeathsari CherokecKanIItwo years w3s taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worse and was pronounced m curable A friend advised MuoeeNervine nnd after giving it a few days she began to improve and final ly fully recovered She fs now past five years of age and this very picture of health Sold br all Druggist Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind J E PBARNES BRO Since tho closo of our soniinimunl inventory wo are filling ovory nook and corner of our spacious building with ad vanco shipments of Autumn Merchandise and are placingA them on sale as fast as wo can get to them Tao odds and Duds of our Summor Stock aro being closed out at deepexit prices and thoro aro great bargains hero for purchasers of this class of Merchandise Have you made ip your mind to ally a Cooking Stove this film If you have dont fail to see our lino of 0 K Stoves and Ranges Wo guarantee perfect satisfaction in their use and their rep utation for lung service is unques tioned We carry from tho smallest Box Stoves to tho mammoth Steel Range represent ol in tho above cut FertilisersYou have possibly been planning and thinking already about wheat sowing and you know too that successful wheat growing is duo largely to proper fertilization Wo have been distributors of tho Horse Shoo brands of Fertilizer for 18 years and when we toll you that wo can givo you as good a WheatGrower as is made wo know by experience wo i can do it Dont buy any brand of Fertilizer until you have investigated tho I Torso Shoo brand and if it does not stand a satisfactory test null provo to be tho best goods sold in Ohio county dont buy it We Want To sell you an Old Hickory or Tennessee Wagon n Stove Buggy or Surrey n Superior NVlicat Drill all of which arc of tho highest standard of their class and tho name ofE Pv Barnes it Bro is indicative or the lowest possible price t Beaver Darn keya 1- r j L rk t If You Start out 1 ofG+ getting the best goods for the least money this is the placer 4for Now is the time to 44 buy Summer Clothing 30 per 41 if Straw Hats any price Must go You Cant Miss I Itstgo f t Our Summer Goods t tLikethe Last Rose of Sum 1 mer must go at any price Must have room for Fall Stock i For the Best itBargains ever offered in Hart j ford call around and see my tstock It will cost you noth t to look Come to see meI tl SAM BACH9 Hartford Kentucky l l IfYou Want A e To keep posted and rOtherwise i u wellinformed subscribe ttJM l Th RepublicaniAnd get all the news all tho time r a n 1 c + 4fa t U jN FallGoods- a b t tii t 1 1 41 h 1 Just received our entire lino of Fall Dress H i M4i int prices are Lolvtdn than over boforo Any 14 lady cnn bo fitted out complolo at our storo 41 i all a surprisingly low prICe t 4Our New Silks i n 4 Aro also in and ready for careful ESo4t tIo fail to ho pleased with this choice selection The tqualities are tiro best tho pricesur innybodya ThirtysixtrySilk 125 22inch laflbtn Silks I 9t4L I errt14 9- r 9r4the latest McCall Patters Price tOc and t5cit 904 + none higher Visit our place for your Fall OuttlM tCi tCi 9fitI 4 Dress Goods Silks Etc besides givingyou the tt 4corret idealS to how it should ho t madeiI 14 THE PLACE IS t 1j r t1 t1- a fly n 4o4 n LbVif b1t34t4ii i ii i C f r- J BlllouanCll MakeS ChronIc Invalids When the aver S torpid sad tall to do Ita teorYeo the bile uw the blood ere ttrulen pot coot ODtudpeuou bwoumer sick IIK4acbe tern sad meted Tho only tree meet that atvee be rivet JQ- nbe nail tnteb sod wear Neturse soft ID th- inenner e rip u iAVONS LIVER PillS J ANDIONIC PELLETS The ptU toQcbee the liver end the pdbta tone betsystem Z eel for Mdep Sonteudm ter your rue u esteedingty tad you will boo nil before you blab them Sample free Toe sale Mall dealers I For sale by J- Jion He Williams Druggist Hartford K Coffe 1 IEdni CROWNED KING I King of England Alphonso King 01 9palo JLion King of Coffees j = I Fit for any king fit for you Not glazed with any cheap noxious coating never sold In bulk 4 mrdfotmquail treobDMt are IDlIIA4 br the soabd perLa + I 1 J 4 L Cumberland Tolapho al TelearaphCOMPANY AND INCORlORATltD Operating exchanges and toll lines In Kentucky IudlanMlssisslppl and A connected bylts Long Distant line with all ptlncldul points la thirtyfive- 9tatea and Territories has established an exchange InJlartford and surround lug country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valua ble as possible and make a specialty livingiIdistance of the rxchauge Rates and u r other may be obtained at +F the exchange over Williams drag atorcnattford Ky TTowLtn Manager IL t s CASTORIAYor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Deanathe taro of 1slsn KINDERHOOK The little children of Mr J A Baird who have typhoId fever are Improving Mrs Laura McKInney and soC made a trip to Sutherland this This community was again made sad by the death of little Mary Baird who passed away last Thursdav She was such a sweet lovIng chill a bright light In the home of her gran parents She will be sadly mIssed allSch6ol will begin at this place 1Ion day the 8th- Bananas Oranges Lemons and Apples at CIty Reetaur- AntLiver Pills Thats whaty thing to cure yourLilious goodigestion liver pills Thy cure cons tlp tlon and biliousness Gently laxativeAad uate- Want your moutheboor bear4 a butlLlbrown or rich blck t Thence- BUCKINGHAMS DYELm-N 101 DwM0It10 ee Nt1 a co M r Hartford Repubtican FRIDAY SLPT161DBR S Tweddell makes good mesh Try him tt Highest market price paid f wheat atj W Fords Water Mill MrsAchllles Webb of the ShInkle Chapel neighborhood Is quite sick Dorn to Mr and ore Shelby Tay- Jor Crowley ta on the 25th ult a gIrl NIcest Cheese Sausage dried slid Crackers In Hartford at C Restaurant Boric to the wife of Mr J W Cop page near town August 3r a ten pound boyaMrs Matilda Shown of the Bet In neighborhood has been right sick for several days Dr D W King the Osteopath at W G I1ardwlcks Call on him for examination tf Gross Williams says he will sell you a sewing Machine from 5 up See him at once Rev M n Miller of Kansas City preacned at the Hartford Daptlst church last Sundy Until further notice we will pay eggs uMc per dozen and t per lb for good butter CARso Co vitaurantPhosphate Ice Cream Sherbet etc BaPotatoesCARSON Co For Flour Meal Sugar Coffee Da con Lard Candles and a general fin C- of fresh fancy grocerIes call on J W CoxJIf you have as Watch Clock Gnn or Jewelry that needs repairing bring It to Mcllvain the Jeweler Hartford HonseIMr Rice Jesse who has charge of T J Turley Cos implement brie ness here Is at his home st Stanle this week The County Superintendent M- DeWeeae t Is out In the country visit log schools and will be at his office on Saturday only Misses Lyda and Stella Ward of the No Creek neighborhood left Tuesday for Wltmore Ky where they will enter school- S T Barnett Co Riley building t have the very best fresh and cured meats lard etc at reasonable prices Goods delivered from 7 to 1o a m Home phone No its Mlle Zetta Hacker of Leitchfield- has taken charge of the Cumberlan exchange here Miss Hocker Is a very pleasant and obliging operator and the patron of the company extend her a hearty welcome Pure Done Fertilizer for sale Iawill give you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call tnd eee the State Chemists test P M WItSTERPJED Hartford Ky Come and look at our line of Oddt Pants They are new and nptodate Prices rockbottom We also have several pairs of Pants la odd sizes which we will close out at and below COt CARSON Co List of letters remaining uncalledtl for In the Hartford postoffice D N Mullen Mr O n Dllllou Jio Phil lips Mr Will Williams Miss Mattie Kirby Miss Sarah Lynn Mr aad R Mrs Atonzo Hoover Mr and Mrs Samuel Fogle herby set my nom Writ Taylor yfree with the right to sue and besue and to transact say end all basins es In his own name and I will not be t- eponelble e for any of hisdebts or cot trdcta G W TAYLOR August 20 1902 5 41- Prot T S Woodward son of s Clayton Woodward of CentertownII has accepted the position of assistant Instructor In Chemistry et Princeton N J University Ohio county fur Wishes now two Instructors In that H wellknown college Prof Wl11lam Poster and Mr Woodward The Board of Pension Examine- met Wednesday all members present and examined the followIng appllJJ ltINeaJIt Pordavllle Sam Phelps Caneyvllle William Davis Central City NealeyRForeman Hartford sari Jonathan Vincent Centettown Saturday night the most trip of the season was taken by petty of young people who attended gib9and six elegaant horses while th young ladles agreed to furnish ti most Important of allthe lunch which was highly enJoyed and a predated The trip was devoid of accidents except that a few young laY riles unfortunately rode the wheels In stead of the wagon which of couue waa dlaaatrona to their dreaseaTheT following are those who the Pleaaureaof the egeningt Ml ae Modr ItDoaTaylor Isabelle end Fannie Cox Zelia Nan and otessrs Leslie and Vlrge Cooper Albert Potln Chester and Cecil Stevens Sam COE Dr Jesse S Bean Prof R H Hanklas Iice Sanderfurr Rally Riley Robt Wdal ding and Cleve Iter I c c ABOUT PEOPLE Mr Den D Rialto ls InOwensboro this week Mrs Sam K Cox Wns In Owensbo- ro Tuesday orDr A F Stanley went to Owen s boro yesterday Esq G W Martin Cromwell W- In a8 town Tuesday Mr Dyer White was In Lou iavll the first of the week Mr Robert Lee Sulphur SprIngs Were la town Monday Springtys Mr G D Likens was In Leltchfield Tuesday on legal business otr John G Wilson Rosine was our callers Monday Mrs M M Derdwell of Louisville Is visiting relatives In town Mr Woodford Greer Narrows we n caller at this ova Monday Dr E W Ford and family spar Saturday and Sunday at Fnrdsvl11e Mr H C Powers Narrows attend ed the show at Oweosbor Tuesday MIss Ora Panght Owensboro Is ialUngMlee Mottle Lace thIs week Messrs S S and Cully Acton Dundee are la Louisville thIs week orHon John J McHenry Lonievlll was In Iiaitford Saturday and Sun day Mrs R A Anderson and sonFred sited relatives at Whltesvllle last weekMessrs T H Black and W I rnes were In Horse Branch Wed Messrs Jack Smith and Haynes Smith 1ordevlllewaslnOwensbor o Monday Meters Virgil and Claude Renfrow Dundee attended the show at Owens boroTnesday Messrs James Wedding and Geo Abrams Sulphur Springs called to us Wednesday Mr and Mre William Hirsch of InYMrs Dellah Monarch of Owensbo ro la visiting the family of her nephew olr J C Riley Mies Mamle Ellis of the Alexander nelghborlrnoJ le the guest of Mrs T lit Taylor this week Mrs A D Riley who has been vIsiting her parents at Llvcrmore returned home Sunday Mrs 5aaiP Render of Oklahoma Ci hityand Mrs T J Smith Mr end Mrs John X Taylor Earl ngton Ky are visiting friends It Ohio county this week Miss WillIe Aztou of Owensboro haBerrymanolr J H Williams and family are vlsltlBg relatives et Pleasant JUdge Owensboro this week Mr end Mrs R E L Slmmerma and Mr and Mrs M MBardwell were in Owensboro Tuesday Mr Albert Cox Sulphur Springs Jeft Wednesday far Anderson countl volt friends and relatives Mr John Blair was is town Monday and paid this office the sort o call that delights a newspaper man Mrs O M Shultz and Mrs T J Morton are visiting friends and rela at PUllpot Davies county th week Miss Dairy Boyd who has been vIsiting the family other uncle Mr an Dodson has returned to her honest Beech Grove MeLean county LlttleMlsa Marie Graves who has spent the summer months with her moths Mrs Dr A F Stanley left yesterday for her home In Guthrie Oklahoma Mrs Alex Barnett and Mrs Sam A Anderson end children lair Wednes nay for Griffith Davless county where they will spend n week visit relatives Messrs W G HardwIck Henr Nall Randall Collins Robert walks Roan Dodson Perry Known and Thomas went to Owensboro Tue day to see Nallncee big circus Mr John Hamilton of Adaburg vialttra atAtArk has returned hem e will enter Hartford College ne where he will take a ten course L Tweddell Is now ready grind your corn Satisfaction gnu r entted Mill located southeud Iron budge Hartford Ky tf leinOne good six year old Jersey cow ving milk Apply to tf C M BARNRTT CERALYOeMr D Darnnrd of this pia Illnepeo was In care old and leaves a wIfe end eleven childrenMrs Llzzle Fergnsou Union City vIsited this her old home last week buildingse an MISS Price Garrett visited relatlvclI Curdsvllle loot week alSeriously 11Congressmanhas been with flux and 01Ishis falmly and friends Ire very nxious about him c c ROOSEVELT HURT Electric Car Smashes Into His Carriage at Pittsfield leA Secret Service Agent and Horses Killed Outright The President Is Bruised and Scratched on the Face Secretary Cortelyou hurt and the erDriver D J Pratt Has Ills Fractureds 3Thtaad patty en route from Pittsfield to Lenox Mesa was struck by an electric car this morning and demolished Secret Service Agent Craig who bas companied the president on his en 01sire trip was killed and D J Pratti the driver of the carriage had his occupiede a was being driven across the track when the car which came at R high rate of speed struck first the horses whichI wee killed then the vehicle was badly wrecked and all of the OCr 1cupanta thrown to the ground The president was bruised abon the body and limbs and his face was scratched so that It bled freely His in buSecretarycats and bruises but snot danger pasty hart He was sitting beside the president at the time o1 the ace dentLater In the day otter all of the In- Jured had received surgical attention the president proceeded on his tour He was suffering somewhat from his juries but not enough he declared force him to abandon his plans The motormen and conductor of the car have been placed under arrest the charge against them being manslaughter or r Died err Her Home in Tennessee Rev W D Nowlin pastor of the Upper Street Baptist Church returned from Sharon Tenn yesterday where he had been to attend the funeral of s mother Mrs Caroline Glees Now He received n telegram yesterday a week ago that his mother wet ns point of death He arrived Satan of day morning two hours before the end came Mrs IZowllag was S4 years old an d been sick only p few days but she adually grew worse She was a niece to the Hon P T Glees who was Coqgressman rom the ninth district of Tennessee for a number ot years Mrs NoVlIn and her husband lived together for forty years without a death In the family There were nine children end all are living today Lexington Leader Mrs NowUn was tbo mother of Mr placefDeath at Ceralvo cambe en- feter Mr W D Darnard ot this place gIIIthe loving kindness of a devoted com panIon and all aid that medical set enee could offer death slowly but surely wended Its way Into that now is heartbroken home Language Is to Inadequate to ex press out profound sympathy for the II bereaved family and the greatest con solatlon we are able to offer them Is b that we know the spirit of the com panlon and father today Is basking pryes n those who mourn his loss with that theat so Resolutions of Respect In a regular meeting of Rough IeTueats day evening August 26th 1902 the following resolutions were offered Bud adoptedtoWhereas It has come to the know edge Of tbia Jpge that our broths C P Nowllu and family are the darkest gloom of Borrows sight that the angel of death he visited the home othis parents an called away his dearest and best friend his mother bars Corolla Nowlin ceTherefore It Is now resolved by the otficefs and members al this Lodge token of the esteem In which we hold hIm ere s brother Knight we atend to hIm and his family our deepest sympathy will share his sorrow and so fares possible comfort him and his family while their hearts are bowed under thIs the greatest of b- reavementa of We commend to him In this sad hour the promises of love and nsolation made by HIm who Joel l things well- Resolved that a copy of these red o be presented to our heart p brother and n copy be spread the records of this Lodge y EN FORD it CoinWH h L ScrofulaNow rive eo from It t may terrhip bO Iowly as to can Uito If pap dlstnrbanoo doting tho who period of childhood It may then produce Irregularity of the sto mach and bowel dyspepsia catarrh conumptloubeforesorption or glandular swelling quitefrrolion you can rely on Hoods eSarsaparillrThe bet ol sit HOUSE BREAKING John Probus Charged With Rob blng a House Near Horse Branch John Probus a laborer was arrested and brought before Esquire Martin at Horse Breach Wednesday charged with breaking Into and rob GraItn r Horse Branch and held In the sam of 200 for which Mrs Catherine Stewart became his surety Messrs Kelley and Malden are bachelors living In the same house about three miles east of Horse Branch who are not favorable to the banking business and hoard their wealth In the garret Tuesday aftuuoon while they were In the field at work some patty or parties entered the house and earth Immediate detection carried n trap and a valise to the weeds where he roctk Bloodhounds were upon the discovery of the their telephoned fo- t r were owing to the lapse of time to follow the thief pointed to Probns end he was arrested Tuesday with the result mentioned The abets aignsture to on th wrapper o- ry r eve bottle of the genuine PINK atlXRnthe babys friend from blrtla unlit ho has his teeth All druggists Another Good Surprise T J TURLEY CO for the n- 3o days will glue a handsome present with each purchase of fit 00 over Dont miss seeing them They want your trade end will give you more GOOD goods for your money than any house of Its kind In Ohio county Notice All persons having claims again 8t the estate oThos Dobbs deceased are hereby notified to present same tome properly proven at the law office Heavrln Woodward In Hartford Ky on or before the first day of October tgot or they will be forays WooDWAaDdA For Rent Sixty acres of good wheat lend Pal low land clear of stumps rocks etc on terms reasonable Land knows as the Milton Taylor farm r three miles east of Hartford Cell on- TU01fAS TAYLOR Hartford Ky called Meeting The Sons of Veterans will have a celled meeting at the court house meDJberB S CUAMDERLnr Capt Writer Cure for Chronic Constipation Take two cups of hot waterhat as hour before each coral end just ixf to bed also a drink of or cold about two hours alter ea meal Take lots of outdoor eaerci walk ride drive Make a reRa1 habit of this and in many cases chro constipation may be cured wlthont the use of any medicine When a somethingIa Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale y all druggists m Notice The M E Church of Jlaytl Oh county Ky takes this method oho lIcltlng bids of contractors for the building of a new church The payments to be made Qn the Installment plan The plans of the building areI the hands of the buildIng committee Address or call on Rev Henry Dupes Young Plants Every farmer knows th some plants grow better others Soil maybe the same andseed may seem the same andd And that 5 the way with children They are like young plants Same pod same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChild starvation not becausc of Jack food but because the food does not feed feeds growinhstrength Whatever the cause ofwcak ness and failure to groW Scotts Emulsion seems to find and set the matter right Send for free rmple ODOltdt Pearl atNew Yor ei all UU OffIebloHighgradeoff youd como hero to buy wouldnt you We pride our on soiling good goods and that they pro worth tho price is a matter of record Now if you know that clothingyou bolioved it but the trouble is that Yon Dont RealIy Believe Ite rcallysnarethat you are aQoutout of belief We cant blame you but wo reserve the right to prove what we say and wo will if opportunityWe and Summer Stock and the solo wont last longbettor come now if you want to save money Hero are Some of Our Inducements r+ 300All750AlloAll of our Mens regular 16 Suits now 1100 275Ii000AllAll of our Childrens 2 Suits now 150 200All360noarthemout of tho way All of our 260 Hats now 15 All of our 600 Hats now 25e 50eAlletAllof our 160Hats now 1 PhesamobuygoodgottheCarson t Co rHartford Ky r rsLb i Furniture tl t4 9 i Latest Desigilslti ib41 i Beisinger chBros tIo b1n1 s LOUISVILLE xv t s bf 14 4 e V e andome to Malt St eete LbtOHIO COUNTY FAIR ee t 11 1 4 1 O atThe largest and most liberal Jist of pro miums ever offered in Ohio County Will attract an army of competitors j TTRtCTXONB Unequaled and unprecedented should draw the greatest crowds ever seen at the Fair Grounds iOtra DAYS Of rest recreation and pleasure for the muJtitudes who are coming I 1 The Dates October 1 2 34aThe Place Hartford Ky l m The Kind You hare Ahvnys Bought oncl vhle3f Iins been In ttso for over 80 years has borno tho slgltatnro of and has been under ids pcr sonnI mpervWou loco Itsintlncy Allow no 000 todcoolvo 3Ouln tlllg All CounterfeltI Imitations and Justnsgood ore bllt Experiments that trlflo with omI endanger the health or Infants and ChUclrenExllerleneo ngalllst Exporlwcut What is CASTORIA Criteria is n harmless ub8tltUto for Castor 011 Pare gorse Drops and SoothIng Syrups It is 1lcaaftu It contains neIther Oplunl Drorphhlo nor otll r Narcotfo substance Itt ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays rovorislucss It cures DlnrrJa anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coustlpatlou anti Flatulency It nsalndlates tllo Food regulates the Stomach und Bowels giving healthy and Diltttral sleep Tho Childrens PunnccaTho DIutllcra Friend GENUINE CASTQFIA ALWAYS Sears tho Signature of- o The Kind You Have Mays Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNa CCNTaUN COMMNV TT UAYJ NCW VON CITY t Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE WO are going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guaranteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to the most popu lar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an At BUGGY to the most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of TILE REPUBLICAN shall Idotermino the Con test ill the manner following For each 25c in cash paid on subscription to Tfii REPUmrIcAN ho shall bo entitled to cast ono voto for a Lady and ono for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and now sulJscriptions all count alike Cut out the coupon below fill in the name of tho Lady and Gentleman for whorl you want to vote and mark the num bor of votes you are sailed to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to this paper Tim contest will bo in taro ofa committee to ho appointed by the County Superin tendent The ballots will bo opened and counted by the committee and the property transferred to the winners on the first day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute which will be held the first or second week in October OOUJOVotes for hiss s the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for DIr ep as the most Popular Gentleman Teacher InOhio County Signed f P Of 111 1 Our Clubbing List 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The only paper published especially for people who do or do not read daily newspapers and yet thirst for plain facts That this kind of a newpaper- Is popular Is proven by the fact that the Weekly Blade now has over J78 000 yearly subscribers and Is clrcu lated In an parts of the U S In addition to the news the Blade publish manydepartmentsmember of the family Only one dollar a year Write for free specimen copy Ad dress The Blade Toledo Ohio p ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY pycoaroATgn1 Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to tht Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense II you say so We connect with an In dependent Companies For partlcu tars call on S T Stevens Mannger Hartford K- yLyons Laxative Syrups n vegetable preparation absolutely harmless In Its effect It acts gentlyon the kidneys bowels cures con rtipatlon ililiousneu sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children as well liS adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy Look at the Date On you label mid you can readily calculate how mulch you me owing on your sub scription It may seem a- very small items to each ono in arrears hut the sum total auioumts to u consideral sum and wo need it in our busi ness Dont put it off hut pay tt Mountain Chnutnuqun Mountain Lake Park Mary land On the Crest of tho Alleghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort la Amen ca 28QO feet above sea level 350 ono Invested In Improvements and still the place retains Its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and too cottages open for boarders at reasona ble rates This resort Is the site of the Mountain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Chautauqua Itself and Is annually vis- Ited by thousands of persons who are strengthened In mind by the unex celled facilities aflorded for educational work and Invigorated In body by the health giving Influence for which this paradise of the mountains IsJa moue Excursion tickets be obtained over the D O SouthWestern from June at to September 3otb good re turning until October Slat J902 Specially low rates during July and August for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer schol lesslons etc wlll be furnished In reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like Park Maryland Ear Information on the sulojector rates and time of traIns apply to Ticket Agents D O SW R R or the undersigned R S DROWN Dist Passr Agt- Louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio OUR 1ZcJ TEST The Lady Teacher receiving the highest number of Votes win receive a TWENTY DOLLAR GOLD VIATCHI Cull in and see the watch We bought the Vntch of The Old Reliable JCtivcler George Steitler of Owensboro Twenty 3yciir Guarantee The Contestants for the 87500- Buggr boughtof Sutelifl Co Louisville are lYIESSRS JAMES A DUFF ROBT H MILLER WM R CARSON JAMES FITZHUGH JAMES BARNES thewatc- hMTSSES WOODWARD Rules Goyerning the Contest Twentyfive cents on Subscription to HUtPFORD REPUB LICAN the to one yote for n and one for aGptle man Teacher THEflEPUBLICAN ft Will give in these to the securing the highest of Get your friends to subscribe REPUBLICAN or pay up anJJHlnts duo on subscription and for you for a The workers are t0 win Kentucky Fair Dates October l4Bardstown September 26 FlIztbethtown September 952 Bowling Green September JOI3 Glasgow September 5013 Ewing September n13 Louisville September 22 2- 7OASTOnXA v lean Kind You H 18AYS Bout Blpatue 11 of For 44 Years RINGSlureamllty amens JOUtlU- III 1re true to eaI a wartcorrectWeChlle1 and mods I thD htf father Rlelalarweauk IrlalaNoUICoUJ n- S a rl CONo1 8W fctatocu9I OPDJlRNCS 00 04506 W Market St- LOUiSYILIK KY ctynIn J URNAL 2 TIMES A WEEK 104 Times a YearI The TWICE A WEElt COURiEn- JOUISNAI I chI bat porllablh In lIeI United Stllte for Ikmocrot and for AILI readers It lash eganl or roaOJ Dolllee and the nIIIslIrthe HOME Snmplecopies sent tree unnppli cotton Addrt+ e rllE COURIERJov1t NAL CO oadarllle Ky- Uy peelal arrangement yon too lit th RE- IUIILIUAN nod the TWIUEAREEIC- COURIERIOURNAL both oar year for only 81110 Tide tlor elLlb aabprlptiona only AUaub- ecdpfton I under the combination ollr mat be- Bent throughtThe Repmblieu ofaa Subscribe for THEI iOANadvancoI The following Lady Teachers have been voted for for ARTIE WILSON DENA DAISY GODSEY MATTIE PIRTLE BLANTON COLEMAN MAY ROGERS Each paid THE entitles party paying Lady vote prizes 89500 persons number votes for THE vote prize hardest going HARTFORD iliaits 1 boeeprng rNc BESTS TNC CNZAPEST I eo Sor7alt T udyitin9Wdindfor dIauCPeres T1l11111 Ifnced tHlhl1I each one aapcta11et la hi line Oradaata or this college preferred by burheea hon We are Uuw In our new dome neneet eorllr Neeond and Wolnutlrat the aantandbest nrnngedschool bnlidingIntheSouth ladITldaollatruUolI School ineUon- alllheyar Ntudentaconenter gtnnyllme Yiailonnlwyawelnnne EJ WRIUIITirtet Visfi Ca oluel g cosi NO MORE TitAN PLAIN ONES IN White Brosr 6Marble Is entirely out of daW Granite soon gets moas grown difco10red constant eiPense and rare and cralublee back to Mother Earth It la very expensive White Broazeta strictly everlasting It t nnotcrumblewlth the action of boat Moss growth Is ail lmppulbillty It Is more arUstlc than any stone why not investigate Ithis been for nearlv one hundred public monuments JiIIbeengranite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We lave hundreds of beautiful designs oCltll grades of workBnd want to have you see them 1f yon are interested In a monument headstone marker pr grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with deslgnsand sample of White Bronze Yours truly KyAgentCoon I I J1 J 1 mRID Qf rD1tlaC- 02ato Count trealt Coat T 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ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Pperllaltullo wlrn to ro11eUoaa sektag trlJllurosrty r C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW HARrrnRn KY b 1111 jlraeIoI proreda la shill tn1NIwrIalattotloliflatoeDbuluultJM Liar ltlroterUblutouljPnljJ A lr r Attorney at Law I1ARTJOnD KY- win plAII Okla adadolsAlf 10011 Neliatleslluu elrato all 110 u enlrukltohleare S P nOD- YlTTORNEYI1T LAW IIiCUNVIIF ICRNTUI4i wlllprartlehimprutedea is MI the rourlaat ApaiNjdalatteUusii i CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW I HARTFORD KY tMortotOhiowm twires to all bula smut a1I1a areVoIIoeUoa SpdaltyE NEA- LAttorney at Law i HARTFORD Kr ofKeslekyettimul of deedele elstd tea edminalpr cUre Oust pon Uri Itott J S 11 WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR ir WIHARTFORD Will prattle hi profUou In clithe enrtofOhio adadJainlgcantleaidtkCMoflppork lromt attealios I to sttbuiatra tq blra Omeelaltryab9abulidiag g R R WEDDINGL at La lYwlllprsetlehlAnd adloiaingcoasth AIafoist JIIUI Y L IiICAYIIIN EILNIINT WOoDwARD e HEAVRIN WOODWARD tto fl Og CI ea4Wll- aarrniD Kr VIII pnetirtheir prnlln In ell the Court lib I twisty audlurtulApsle Npe rich attention glreu rrlmineipraethi cud roll lou um nut door to Slink or llarUor- dwe H BARNES w Attorney at LawANti COUNTY ATrOIlN- YIbTrooolT Will practice hIlrollon In aU lb Courts of Ohio and adjoining roontland is thCor01 Appeal Strict atenUoD wlllb gives tullb- wdueaentrusted to Mature Collrctloa a- peclalty omce la rourthonee IIeo1 C iiTItAEMAML AuTea aeaary1lu1I aMuh sal deeeMaMayI- wnalf- t 111 t1e w r a- MaeWInyalsd4II rtHut e fte noMrogecielealla i Vc1N111c JlIMUkMAhandomMy niutnld wMly Lanrt Nh 4- cuiWun or any acI u1 ra4 1 ra lot a I riJIIalldI J b I