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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 II TifFIIAITFORB REPuBLICAN 1 4 0FineJob Work a SpecialtyOFFICIUOSSAN OF THE PAin W THE FODBIB COHBEESSIOKALDISISICI Subscription 1 a year TOE XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1902 JNo8 I a C Ld GOOD LIVING Quite often remits in bad health becaut uiuajithebodyWhenawl rUemm i lull meal to plunf worr IJmbrcauacdlgtatlon upon the fam nervous force whichare em- thoughtIn ach becomes dla eased the pro ceuei of digestion ar1ectIyi there II a breakdownDr i Golden Medical DiscOvery cures theetnmorgans of dlgestliVn and nutrition It eliminates the effete poisonous matter which originates In the system as a con ItgtveslOundI wUh to oar to the world that I r rirrcci greatbkuing tohemhrttoable fur anenl yeays coInc througb a counc lo5ptemter InkpIIbaysSenseMedicaltsntptoyespenseofniall1ngonySend clothboUndu1aIo2X Southern Railway ThroortJ bt Bwt Sonthrn Blati- KENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAKOLINAGEOR GIAaad MISSISSIPPI loalnleTralailMTt Rid arrla IxraUTUU from Hmath lb1JIrorUfersutloiadim A Waro rA T A HI 4th AT LoiUll- lWMHTiTtoi4a trUatO P A LoiUTtJl Health jrnd Pleasure Resorts WITH Medical Waters oa tb line of tbiltit1RaUroad audtbtrazoflj Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CMUIU Hprlofn Allboai Wriln coor KclUJxiviii Wm and llrown Vr4UnKrrN vianh atatltb4 bMdth nd parereoit- vith mfcllail vain a a kahn mil baying ItoM Vcnmpiatlitlau Ii7 Bte larnlnl on or lOiUninoat to the tinia oftho Illlnol Ontrt1 ud TIUOU a tiUnlolppI Yiiilj lUltroAd U the- uphaa4rtgti 0- Mississippi ki1 to tlilIadnhrald for a Ire copof atUtntI book dmrtMnr tbtm all la thoR Hardli BprlnM tinion Hprinm Itewion IprlJtlt 8priiBdCMIUiid Bprinfl Wtent Kntdck aid CTM Rprlig aid- VlzosHjgi U Hcntbro IlllnoU analmfla- rnortl ndNnlns which a illustrated book hu 1 Si UiDd which eai ha had fn on appllotloi to th4ila1id A II IIAN80N 0 l A IlllaoU Otntnl n n Chicago 10 NEW TtHROUGH LINE BtlWltH tYAMSYIUl A- NDCS1CACOA new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betweea Ivaaavlll and Chicago the line being iaMattoon Champaign pud the road rom Hvansvllle to Matloon formerly part of the PoD litE Ry The erylces fa al follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun LvEvonsvlle 730 pm 730 am Ar Chicago i 7ibonm 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 83oam ArEvansvllle 805301 stsopm Through sleeping car on night tralaaand through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol your local tlckettgent I THENEWYORK WORLD TlirIcea Yek EdltlonAI most a Dally at the Price of jWeekly ThtTntliltnUoI campaign U otyr bit tha world oon o t th earn and It U toO of new TolMrVtliUntwi fact as It Ipompuzaudi- mpaUUsa11tbatoubaYs to do UtoIaok UtkVfvUtoMof TII1IW1 Edition 01 tktMtw York World which come to tbttnb yaTbWorld dl a pnb lUktr or dInt icy bM alTtn It circulation whet rtrtkt KuglUh language U ipok n ondyon wSCt It ptionusquI4wipPr and Ta H rDBUCi to tk roi T arrortMTb regular ubicniptlon price oltht two pa prea li2OO t ke p It in Your r Home And when the bowels fail to act prop erly take a dose ofLYOM XAXATIVM Svaup It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver nnd1 owels will keep your system in good working order and make youpcomplexjon clear For sale by J Thos Allen R6lneky 4 VOLCANIC er OUTBREAK SURPASSING THE HORROR OF SATURDAY About Two Thousand People Perish on the IllFated Is land of Martinique Over 1500 Persons Killed During the Previous Eruption RELIEF MOVEMENT IS BEGUN Castries Island ol St Lucia B W I 3Mailevening from the Island of Martini que She brings the report that a violent volcanic eruption occurred there last night and that about at000 persons are said to have perished Large numbers oi people are leaving the islandpI AWFUl rh1EN01E1AtLondon Sept 5 The correspond ent of the Dally Mall at Castries St Lucia has cabled the following account of the phenomena witnessed at the time of the recent outbreak of Mont Between Peler Martiniqueb evening of August 30 a spectacle ol terrible grandeur was witnessed from here A pitch black cloud hung over the island of Martinle through whfch shot at Intervals pillars of flame high In the sky which broke In fantastic forms of colored fire end scattered showers of fiery sparks About nightfall clouds were darting about like million of fire Sirs and above all these large aureole appeared in the sky The correspondent then preceed toIconfirm the details of the eruption already known and says There wu tremendous earth rum bllng and explosions The sironnd rocked and nothing could stand on tables or shelves Boat for St Pierre ttowave destroyed the whole ot the sea front of Le CarbetM jUniquetheir families to Fort De PrancepJJOnNK CAPOTE DAMAGED Paris Sept sThe ministry for the colonies received a cable dispatch today from the Governor of Guade loupe M Merlin saying that Morne Capote was much damaged by the rerf cent eruption of Mont Pelee Basse Polnte heights were burned The Minister of the Colonies M Doumergue In placing 100000 at he disposition of the Governor of Martinique M Lemalre to relieve the distress In that island has urged the Governor not to congregate refu gets at Fort De Prance but to lstrlb jjtetheta in the south where their necessarle can be most easily sup plied Recognizing the danger of a tidal wave at Fort de France the Colonial Minister has Instructed Gov Lemaire to adopt all the measures necessary to enable the Inhabitants to Imme dfately evacuate the place In case ol necessity and seek refuge on the r heights above the town where food depots should be established The Minister has also recommended the establishment of observatory post where the least fresh outbreak of Mont Pelee can be immediately reo ported to the authorities ORBATtY ALARMED Paris Sept sThe Paris edition of the New York Herald vdispatch01 Guadeloupe French West Indies dated Septembers which says that constant detonations heard there last night indicated a terrific volcanic eruption on the Island of Martinique Thick black clouds were seen to the southward of Guadeloupe and the heat at Point a Pletre was intense The population was said to be greatly alarmed with apprehension of a tidal wave In the event of the collapse ol Martinique OVER 1500 PEOPLE KILLED Roseau Island of Dominica D W eIFort de Prance Martinique dated September says that over 1500 persona were killed during the voltannie eruption of Moat Pelee of last Saturday and that a still greater number of persons has been brought Jo sort de France by the Preach cruisers Tage and Snchet and by coasting cralt The hospitals of Fort de France are filled with the sick and wounded SCUWAD SENDS INQDIRV New YorkSeptsGnstayScbwab chairman of4 the committee hay fundsI l from the Martinique disaster several i II months ago sent the followlngcable gram today Gov Llewellyn St Vincent Does recent disaster requires further aid to your island or Martinique If so of what nature Cable to Martinique not working Reply collectscnWAD Chairman West Indian Committee SUN OBSCURED AT CASTRIES Castries Island of St Lucia B W L Sept SIt was quite dark here at 530 oclock this morning At that hour the sun was obscured as It is during an eclipse The British teamer Savan Capt Hunter arrived here today from the Island of Trini dad She was covered with dust and reports that she ran Into a dense cloud of dust while twenty milesI south of St Vincent REPORTS BRARD AT CAaUIANO flPariskCarupanoeat of the t fionationsoclock In the evening of September until 4 oclock In the morning of the sounds came from t tohethose heard the night of August 30 d the Mar fuiniqueLOUD JuPointaPitreW I Sept 5 3 p znLoud de suonationsin the direction ispA Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a arty that Intended making a long trip says F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diararboea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Lacey y a tydosera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purs chased a bottle and took two doses lone before starting and one on the I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost completely byboughtand this time one dose cured me For sale by all druggists m thBeforeFreeTrade law which Mon cclnahat sold u u twen t thytwocKinley Protective Tarlfl law prowat three times the letrlccocratic administration Not onlyD wool but sheep and cattle M toontanaln Ingona under these conditions Com w b ned with favorable weather and mild winters the stock duttofthe- Sute has rapidly Increased and the- tacattle are in better shape for market than ever before But if the Tarlfl wax taken off wool and cattle and the South American Mexican and Cana d un product were allowed to come In fe INrentMontana has beea directly benefit foeniosstratedta re tIreadsuits of a Protective Tariff If the Is spuepadTradeunder the false name of Tarlfl saelormtherehow the people of this State will vote They are not like the Democrats of the South who admit that a Protec B tlve Tariff has been the salvation of that section bringing greater wealth and prosperity than they cvenlared dream of and still vote for FreeTrade emocratsHelena Mont Recordm paAplasf biliousness Alter using one box of Ramons LIver Pills Tonic perfectbealthEven the most delicate person may use them with beneficial result m r oaST0nr4BuiattaliIhdYoaHTsMaus8iIeM IJZof FretTraders of course are not worried about the evils of any parintlcular schedule of the Tarifl would abolish It entire an Ramon Tonic Liver Pills have no ca- qual as a liver medicine Try them diaorderedUver to ith the result Just one before reo m ETheIn the editorial column of the IeviSYork Amerlcaa and Journal August 6 was a wall against the Tar Iff as the mother of trust and the an thor oi all evil tQ the country Betoside It was a picture John awaking from a Rip Vau Winkle slumber his clothes In tatters the skeleton of his dog beside him labeled Babwreck while In clear view were lao I t torles with smoking chimneys warehouses wharves heaped with mer chandlse and great ships on the sea all American property If the editor ial was eloquent with its mistaken plea the picture was more eloquent in behalf of that great homebuUdiu system Protection under which tI United States has proven the marvel of the world and for the lack of which British manufacturers have saC f red defeat and decay Wants to Help Settle Editor Messenger Your statement la the Messenger of September 3d concerning the changing the Sixth judicial primary back to November 4 as originally fixed came to my notice today In to the change from the original date I desire to say I had thing to do with the change an new of no contemplated change be s that the date ts originally xed was final and have made my canvass to that end When the com mittee meLon June 14th Mr LaVega Clements representing me suggested the committee that the date be fixed for the judicial primary on No v clllmy opinion put the election of dge Settle for appellate judge beyond question This was an original 0Soconcerned I am willing to take m chances of securing the nomination for Circuit Judge on any date the com mittee may fix bnt think the welfare of the Democratic party Is the paramount question to be considered and whatever will promote the election of Democrat as Judge of the Court of Appeals is the thing all Democrats desire to have done So far as the par Is concerned It matters riot whether worthy opponent or mysejf cures the nomination this district will have a Democratic circuit judge but the more vital question is are we going to elect Judge Settle to the ap xllate bench And with one accord this should be emphatically answered every Democrat We are going elect hlm1t My opinion has ever been that this end can be more surely accomplished by having the judicial primary on November 4tband having is view I heartily indorse your sug gestion that the date should be cluing back by the committe to Movem her 4th and will join la a petition to e committee for this purpose So far as the expense of holding tht- irnaEy election Is concerned I am expenseIany or xpense Is nctthe question but P- emocratic success Is the only thing consider I shall insist as I have my canvass that all Democrats hether they be tot my opponent or myself for circuit judge go to the polls vote the Democratic ticket and when that duty Ia performed thee ke his choice between 1I- SRespectfully T FBlRKHEAD September 4 1902 a Josh Westhafer of Loogootety Idsa poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pair Balm If It cost five dollars a bottle r It saved him from being a cripple o external application Is equal to His liniment for stiff and swollen ints contracted muscle stiff neck rains and rheumatic and muscular ins It hat also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It Is for le by all m traPriiBlgnitnr r- of st v Farm for Sale A good farm of sixty five acres six iles north oi Hartford part hill and rt bottom new house and barn enty of watter and good orchard Can on or address this paper or JOHN T Lows Palo Ky Said the Arkansas Traveler gWhysaid to the fiddling squatter Because was the reply when it rains z cant and Q when It dont rain It dont leak Something like this crude hit of logic ight be applied with a difference answer to the free trade and pro gressive demand that the Republici party fix up its tariff use when the storm of adversity come the only way to fix It would be I make It tighter And when the sun of prosperity shine it Is alright without any fizlngIt American conomist LPallOn account cfwill be sold at rate of one fare for und trip fG 65 from Beaver Dam i Cincinnati and return Tickets oaW i sale Septemper 14 and 15 limited 0 September 27 for return M OASTOnrA itearuthIt I V PROGRHMHE For Ohio County Teaches 1 Institute to be Held at OctoberIe7llr 1902 Sopt John Burke Newport In structor 930 Call to order Opening Ex rclsesRev L C Petre Organlza tibn Enrollment AppolntmentoF Committees Miscellaneous business Joson Recess Outline of work by Instructor XJoo Adjournment J TCBDAV AFTERNOON ilRoll Call- Seboul Management introduced bP Instructor 130 I The Pupil Ills Oppor unitlesT J Motton 2 The Teachers His Preparation J Ham Barnes b Should we not devote more ol our time to Reading and less to S- cetyMollie I E Turnstall Discus onS M Wilson c Characttr0 W Likens d The Teacher as a Factor In the Development of the Public School M Shultz 3 Environments EqulpmentapaIper Games and Amusements Present and PastW R Carson 320330 Recess Spelling RulesMrs Cova Henry Methods of Teaching Wm Park Use of the Diction ary Marvin Black General Discussion led Instruc to pt420 AdjournmentmTUESDAY NIGHT Social Session I WEDNESDAY MORNING 800 Opening Exercises Rev E W Coakley Ron Call to be answered by quota tlons from Shakespeare Reading Discussion led by In strnctor a How to develop the Reading Habit In PupilsBirch Shields jb Supplementary Reading paper Lonanna Ford Discussion M D Maddox I Conducting a Recitation paper Mrs Julia WeddingB s How much should be taught to upils under TenC E Smith bplscount A S Tanner r Mensuration J M Matheny d Essentials and nonessentials 0 M Shultz IiioooIoioGrammar gaIn teaching advanced Grammar Otho Fowler bAs a Judgment StudyE W Patterson tiructord Mode M D MaddoxCe English as It Hohelmer 0 Evolution of English Morton olbrookdg correct paper p Florence Morton 1200 Noon daWEDNESDAY 130 Physiology and Hygiene Inaaduced by Instructor a What should be Included in imary lessonsI A Sandbach b Useful Experiments Demon ratedJ A Dull c Diagram and full description of R the Stomach E B Pendleton d Narcotics and Stimulants JD Stewart e Germ Theory DrD H Godsey I Heredity Dr J S Fitzhugh 250300 RecessgComposition a Written work In each grade paper L K Milburn b Introduction of figurative lan uage S W Crowescc Essays paper Allle Fielden Genial discussion led by Lion joppage WEDNESDAY EVENINGoProgram to be supplied d THURSDAY quotationstrom Primary Reading introduced by nstructorea ugthaud Dlllus tbc Promotions of Pupils papeitena Miller d How induce our Teachers to be ome better readers J M Matheny aSOriooo Recess Child Study OThe diffident child paper Artie lln bt1e dull child paper Nannie aely WPettyrdjInfluences J M Matheney Nuture Study a Advantages T D Oliver b Collecting and use of materials V M Mosely c As a foundation for the study oI the natural sciences J Ham Barries 1200 Noon THURSDAY AFTERNOON 130 Writing General discussion led by R II Hanklns Geography Introduction by In structor s Relation to History and Civi- lGovernmentJ W ODell Discus slon by WS Hill b Apparatus to be used In lllns I ration Carl Soper c Geographical Influences on manH C Crowder ISD300Rece8tTopics discussion- j StateTeachera Reading circle Sup John Burke IPnplls Reading Circle paper Alice Bosket General discussion 3 Should the Third Class Certifi late be abolished Discussion by Stella Tanner W D Woodward Lonnle Leach E S Howard anti R D Robertson 4 Should Vocal Music be added to the courseE A Carter and E W Patterson 5 Bevlsion of the compulsory at tendance lowHenry Leach 420 Adjournment THURSDAY EVENING LectureRobert Burns and John Burke FRIDAY MORNING Reading Supt John Burke Language LessonsIa Should every Lesson be a language LessouPlorence Rowan reproductioBIw paperJ c Pictures translated Into words paperLena Bennett e Letter writing Eugene Kim thel10001010 Recess History Introduced by Instructor a The study of History as a basis for good citizenshipA E Ellis b Value of the study of Bio g alraphyWillc Current History S E Tur nero d Logical Epochs In Americas istoryT J Morton e History makers of today 8 Albert L Maddox 1200 Noon FRIDAY APTERNOONcr 1130 School Management lobs urke Geography advanced Jf Effect of elevation and matter on occupations Robert Miller b Commercial advantages of the United States Evertt Smith c Recent seismic disturbances W Patterson 300 Adjournment Base ball ame at Rough Rivet Park FRIDAY lIVENING Oratorical contestce heSes Albert L Maddox The World itizen V LI Mosley The Teacher Robert Miller Which Way S M Wilson Prom the King our of the Mind issue the Edicts that govern LifeboC H diyA B Ellis The War that Divided c d the War that United O W Likens Glancing Back ward and Looking Forward SATURDAY MORNING Civil Government a Deslgu10f the study C D gbCo itinstitutionc Defects of the State constltu tlon Af M Acton r Superiority of our form of government Ernest Woodward 10001010 Recess i Graduation from the common as chool John Burk le 2 Commencement ot common hool graduates O M Shnltz The Board In11amdoThew f a County School Tax General siisooP SATURDAY AFTERNOON Securing a school J E Davidson Courtesies teachenr should show ach other Ozna Shultz f o fohemselvOrganizations of county and dls rict associations Report of com mlttees Adjournmentr Every teacher la the public schools of the county must attend the entire session Do not sal for a certificate ol attendance unless you have been present the entire session and performed the work assigned you Make a careful study ol the program and especially the subject s assigned you District trustees are urged to be present that they may as I J J Ii certain who are the most suitable and competent teachers The public are cordially Invited to attend J M DsWEESS County Superintendent A Venerable Saint Alter preaching and starving for 30 years In Logvllle dear old Parson Rigdon made up his mind to change bis field of labor He bad received another call and the little congrega tlon had gathered together in the llttlewoodea church to hear the last arewell words of the venerable saint After singing Near My God to Thee and offering a prayer that brought tearsto the eyes of the con gregation the parson wiped his eyes and said Brother and sisters I have called om together tonight to say farewell Anti ministering to you for 30 years I dont think the Lord loves this peo pie very much for few of you have died The Lord dont seem to want you And I dont think you love each other for Ive never married any of yon and I dont think you love me for you dont pay me my salary and your donations are moul dy fruits and wormy applesby their fruits ye shall know them And now brothers Ive called you together to says farewell fa i r- weill The Lord has called me to another place I have been appointed chaplain of the penitentiary at Joil et Where I go ye cannot come no but I go to prepare a place for you1I Uninterrupted Prosperity Representative Cannon of Illinois chairman of the House Committee on A ns and ofthe f a Iblethe sentiment of the great majority of the people of the country when be ys that there Is no desire anywhere among the business Interest of the country for a revision of the tariff by e next session of Congress which would mean a year of uncertainty to check the prosperity which Is pow be lag so generally enjoyed AaMr Cannon says the minute revision of the tariff begins there Is a halt all ong the line the manufacturer r waltlugto see what the result will be before he branches out extensively the merchant buying only what he IS very certain he can sell and the con inner purchasing only what he needs Mr Cannon speaks the truth when be declares that there will be no gen ab revision by the present Congress or the succeeding Congress wiles there should be a check In the present prosperity The bnslaesrf of the country cannot afford to have any ob stacie Intervene to prevent the carry lug out of the comprehensive plans for Improvement and It is certain that that radical tariff revision agita tion would be a blow to labor which would be felt la every Jquarter of the country All the people now ask la to bole alone to pursue their ucce l- ursewithont annoyance orcoaaprei nalonTroy Record fn dealing with man remember that a spooafulof oil will go frtherI than a gallon of vinegar The NmeI maybe said of children There II nothing so good for children II the oldfashloneil castor oil However much they may abhor It It Is their1 st medicine for disorders of the wels la the more severe cases of arrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlain Colic Cholera and DlarhcKa Remedy should be given after the oil operate and a quick cure Is sure to follow For sale by all druggists m aetLyons Laxative Syrup a vegetable preparation absolutely rmless in ita effect it acts gently on hekldnealUver and bowels cure con luell sick hudacbe clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for children as well as adults For sale by I Thos Allen RosIneKy We have only to look at prosperity It exists In Iowa and all our cite and villages to be convinced that the people want no administrative changes Labor is employed and capital Is reaching out In investments every direction It Is a little wont that business men or the men their little homes are satisfied with their present conditions and de re to let well enough uboneDavens la Republican Kings That lIaveNeverBeel Crowned King Christian oi Denmark father f Queen Alexandra baa ruled almost rty years since 1863 and has yet be crowned He was proclaimed King Irons the palace of Christian borgThe new King of Italy baa not beea crowned and If Victor Emmanuel follows the example ofhla father Hum bert I he never will be This Is more strange as the crown of Italy the Iron 1 Crown ot Lombardy lathe moat an cleat and historic crown la the world The Iron part of It which Is almost completely In gold and jewels is aid to have been made of nails from the cross on which the Savior was crnclued and the gold was laid on NERVOUS PROSTRATION CURED BY PERUNA rV J C J A BIMTSON J- I HSeoVBM of Education BMl Fnmolioo1 1 lIon Z A Simpson Secretary of the Board of Education of Saa Francisco Cal writes i I have found Perunnan Ideal Ionic Some months ago Itutfend with neu mtheala ijtttemto catarrh caused by too close application to office work My system teemed worn out and1 tell far from well I found Perana hens filed me very much U built up the entire system and made mo feet like anew man I believe It Is well worthy the high praise bestowed upon II J A SIMPSON 9fSystomlo catarrh always gives fair warning of Its approach and can bo easily warded off by tho proper treat ment Floating brown specks before nerIvona heat chilly sensations palpitation frrt tablllty despondency any of these symptoms or all of them should bo promptly mot by tho use of Peruna Congressman E V Brookshlre from Indiana In A recent letter from Wash PO says t Prom what my friends say Pernna ta A good tonic and IISafO catArrh cure SYBrookshlro Summer Catarrh a book written by Dr Uartman President Tho Hartman Sanitarium on tho subject of the nor fOUl disturbances peculiar to summer sent free to any address by Tho Peruna MedIclnoCoOoItimbuJOaas for the protection of the precious met al In its present shape the crown crown dates from 395 It was one of the most valuables possessions of the Emperor Constantine It crowned the Lombard kings The last two oc caslona on which It was used for cor o ration purposes was la 1805 when Napoleon who had carried It off to Paris made the Pope crown him with- i1 In the Cathedral of Notre Dame In 1838 when Ferdinand I of Austtla was crowned with it at Milan Ita last public appearance was on the bier of the assassinated Humbert two years agog It Is said that threats of force had to be made to the priests who have in charge the Iron Crown before they would allow it to be used on the coffin- Significantly v enough the Sultan of Turkey prefers to be Invested with a sword Instead of a crown upoa his ac cession Exchange o Like a Flee in a Wheat Field I will not admit that the tariff Is the mother pi trusts nor will I con cede that a tariff for revenue only will destroy trusts on any other theory that a fire In a wheat field will destroy Canada thistles Secretary Shaw at Morrisvllle Vt August 19 Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulneS soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that Ills not uncommon for child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys lIthe child urin ates too often If tha urine scat- reaches tin tican or II wnen inc Cnll1 an age when It should be able 0 control the passage It Is yet afflicted wlii bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasaM trouble Is due to diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to habit ra most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThoSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent one dollar izes You may have a- ample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell BOOM at snmpjtoot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y be aura and mention this paper CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS ceo 1l cooJ a a a II 11 816 tIt IIN aa Ahrari N1tbILdlaIkklwV5ttitMC- ulCIII51EIV5 NULIH In Bed a4Sold mtUUlo born Mated with bin ribbon Take no olltvr U rua dnngwroiM nulMU utlons and InliaIIobs JJay otynuf DrUUit or sand 4 In UAIUM fur lartlrulitn T moBlsU and Ucllr for Liulln i letter br return 5iU 19001 TesUuiqni- 1aUPniaLL Hold by CHIOHISTBB OHBIirOAX OO aD XUuUxio Nqwo flllUU tJL attableaa Hartford Republican luued by the Hartford labll blns Company ixronrontTiD i JOHN 1IENKY THOMAS Editor rci=PcONC- OCu crlaniSJn b nsr3zFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12 IInci 01 AdvertlilnR Transient adVntlwnwnte fOe per Inch Brat Insertion TQc per Inch each additional tnxrtlon- Bpttlal rte on ywrlr contract local notion tOe per lint lint Insertion Ce per lilt each additional Iniertlon Card of thanks raolitloni and obltnarlm 10 Clot U Ito Cath In adyan- ceRepubllcan Ticket for Aliiiellnle Jn lRe2nd DUtrlet JUDGE njnuurryOtMosgantown A N vrisIMEN ForClrenlUnrtKC Ware authorized to announce W T OWEN ot Darlces county M a caidldaU for Circuit Judge In the Sixth Judicial DUtrlctinhect to the action ol the Democratic party p ToE Herald gives Judge Owen ROM this weekvbut then every one hua right to thrash his own cats MURAT HALBTEAO the veteran Cincinnati editor and author ii a candidate for Congress May he win TUE vaults of the U S Treasury now contains 573930194 of gold How differently the Treasury reports read when Cleveland was President and Carlisle was Secretary of the Treasury TUE Herald Is BO busy fighting Judge Owen that it forgot to mention that Judge John B Wilaon bad been appointed a member for Ohio coun ty of the Second Judicial Democrat ic Committee ToE race between Judges Gully and Settle is causing very little ex citement Onesided contests seldom do Judge GuflyB record on the bench will bring to his support the independent voters of the district and witha Republican majority to start with insurehis election WE acknowledge the receipt of a season ticket for self and lady to the Elks Charity Carnival at Owensboro Septemper 2227 The Kentucky editors who were so royally enter tained by the Owensboro Elks in that city during the Press meeting in Ju ly will not hesitate to advise the public to expect good things of the approaching Carnival OUR neighbor complains that Judge Gufly has belonged to too many political This seems to be an apIpliesThe Heralds support of the Democratic candidate for county judge last year is an illustration Funny too what a habit these sort of candidates lave fallen into of bein elected OUR new office will be completed by the 10th of October All those who want to pay up arrears while we are in the old building must rush In fact we feel like encourag ing them to do so because we are going to have a great many things to move and if many of these old sub scription accounts were paid up it would lighten the burden of moving THE good citizens of Kentucky will not withhold their gratitude from Mr R W Knott editor of the Ijouisvillo Evening Poet for his strenuou and persistent efforts to stop the brutal practice of prize fighting in the State If the conduct of men is largely de termined by association the heaviest responsibility falls upon the newspa per writer who becomes the constant associate of the multitude and that writer who fearlessly yet sensibly attempts the defense of public mor als becomes a public benefactor TIlE raco for Circuit Judge in the Elizabelbtown district is growing quite interesting between Judge TR McBeath and Hon Weed Chelf The primary cornea off the 20th of September Judge McBeath ist candi date for his fifth terra aa Circuit Judge of the district A gentleman from Grayeon county who is famil iar with the situation says Judge Mc Beath will win easily Hfi say the people of the district recognize his ability and fairness and believe that belong experience fits him to execute the business of the office as no new officialcould MAisn went hellbent for Gov ernor Kent etc was written a long time ago by a Democratic correspondent to his paper just after Kent had been elected Governor of the lit tie Pine Tree State by a Republican majority never approached before The same impressive language would have described the situation up there Monday night except no election for Governor was held The entire Re publican Congressional ticket was elected by majorities aggregating 25000 The Republicans elected fourfifths of the members of the low all the State Senators er State house and but one They seem to like Roosevelts administration up in New England t I MIXING THINGS Because we said last week that the Heraldwas getting its editorials mixed it accuses us of hinting that its editor had been mixing other things We beg to assure our dear brother that we never dreamed of anything of the kind Really the only two times we ever saw the Herald man doing anything akin to what he hints at was on a ro vent visit to a neighboring city when the two Hartford editors did it together Even then we did no mix ing in fact there were several fol lows there whose especial job was to mix it for us and the mint was ex cellent too THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY The Democratic committee of this Judicial district met in July and callS ed a primary election to nominate candidates for 4 Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney lorN vem her 4 a regular election day aud for the avowed purpose of helping Judge Settles candidacy for Judge of the Court of Appeals Latenthe Repub licans asked the Court bfAppeali to enjoin the Democrats from interfer lUg with a fegular e1eciibi prl wupendlilg tee believing the injunction would be granted metjagain withdrew the call for a primary on the date of November 4 and issued a call for No vember 12 assigning as a reason for the change that the extra booths etc required on the regular election day would make it too expensive to the candidates to hold it on that date The injunction failed before the Court of Appeals and within three days thereafter a call was issued for another meeting of the committee which met in Owensboro Monday and again fixed upon November 4 for holding the primary It will be interesting to observe bow long tbehonest voters of the dis trict will tolerate this hypocritical juggerly upon the part of the Democratic politicians The writer from the beginning opposed bringing the injunction suit He believed and believes it is easier to defeat an army which must stop in the heat of battle to fight each other than to defeat a united host Or rather that that army ss riot invincible that must fight two battles at the same time But it is the avowed purpose and vacillating conduct of the Democratic committee and candidates of this Judicial dis trict that should disgust decent Dem crats and arouso Republicans to the best efforts of their lives to win WilY SO IMPORTANT Judge iuay election would mean ranch misfortune to the Democratic party In ten tacky In all IJUMUOM having a legal aspect llartforJ Herald What particular misfortune would befall the Democratic party in the way of questions having a legal as pect Will you refer to a single judicial decision of Judge Guffys in his seven years on the supreme bench in which he was not just and fair to the Democrats Could he not by the very character of decision you insin cerely insinuate he would make have kept W S Taylor in the office U which he was fairly elected Was he not brave enough and fair enough to withstand a hurricane of abuse from thousands of influential members of his party who frenzied by the out rageous theft of the state offices by the Democrats were demanding of him tomeet brute force in kind Was he not great enough to shout above the din of the maddened tempest of out raged menSIt is better that the mob should rule for a day than dishonor engulf the highest court in the Com monwealth1 The Herald continues Judge Kettle election will moran a Demo cratic Court ol Appeals no tar am the political aspect Koea and that loinrtline meant much It In almoiit like the turn of a card the to ol a coin the election ot one man will do It The above is a problem It means that the Democratic party in Kentuncky can live only by a court that can be relied on to give partisan decisions in its favor The election Of one man will doit This sentence Is certainly pregnant with meaning when viewed in the light of recent de iiinsiVDsnoraii courts in Ken tu Since the Herald 4oesnoic- omplain that The Det ocraIiopartj- has euflercd at the hands of the pres ent Republican Court of Appeals anti since it magnifies the advantages to its party of making that court Demo publie pellate bench eg Public Sale On Saturday Septem ber 20 at the Rowe House in Beaver Dam I will sell at public auction all my hotel fixtures consisting of Beds Beddinp Matresses c in good condition One good Stove and Utensils c Also one milch cow Mrs Sallie M Rowe From Hartford to Calhoun Calhoun Ky Sept 9R Armlt age and F Armitage of Philadelphia- are here to perfect plans for the construction of a railroad from Hartford- to Calhoun and eventually to Hen dersonThe business men have appointed- a committee to secure a right oi way o LIFE SENTENCE For Lucien Arnold in Davless Circuit Court Lucien Arnold was given a life sen tence in the Daviess Circuit Court Monday for the murder of Luther Robinson at Powers Davless county two years ago On the day of the GoebelHardln Stone primary June 17 1900 Lucien and Hugh Arnold brothers and a number of other Republicans were brought up to Owensboro to vote for Goebel and upon their return to Powers very drunk they proceeded to raise trouble with everybody Con stable Frank Head undertook to ar rest them but the crowd was to big for him and he summoned Luther Robinson to help him make the ar rest In his effort to do his duty as a peace officer Robinson was killed by the Arnold boys one of them cutting and the other shooting him with a pistol The Arnold bovs were are rested and brought to the Oweusboro jail where Lucien has been confined ever since Niarly a year ago they were tried jointly Opt fclven if yenta In the pen Iteritlary but on account of the joint verdict being illegal tbeirlal was set aside At a later term Hugh Arnold was given d second trial and sent up for life and ajury Monday gave Lu den a like sectence p SMALLHOUS Quite a crowd from this place at tended the dedication of Elks Chapel yesterdayMr Young of Beaver Dam visited the family of Mr H D Hunt last Saturday and Sunday Messrs C D Ross Luther Ad dlngton have recently returned from Mississippi where they have been for several months piof M D Maddox who is teach- Ing school at Rockport visited his home Saturday and attended the ded ication at Elks Chapel Sunday Mr M P Maddox who has been quite 111 for some time Is thought to beImprovingMr Shaver mother and daughter of Beaver Dam are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs JR Hunter were In Rock1ort Friday Mrs Lzzle Withrow has returned home from a visit to relatives at Cen tral City Miss Mary Culbeitson of Central City is the guest of Miss Enlah Ad dlngtonMiss Fannie DavIt who has been quite sick Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Louis Griger leave today for a visit to their daughter Mrs Laz Alberton Bnel Ky Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Thos Dobbs deceased are hereby notified to present same to me properly proven at the law office of Heavrin Woodward In Hartford Ky on or before the first day oi Oc tober 1902 or they will be forever barred ERNEST WOODWARD 6t4 Admr Thos Dobbs decd C B C Notes Our schoyl has increased very much since our last writing Those who have matriculated are W I Paxton and Dee Williams combined course Misses Estella Wcerner and Wills Hocker shorthand and typewriting Ramey Duke Mack Ragland Mal com Plitle Iva Dodson and John Taylor Penmanship Misses Norma Brown and Martina Bennett were pleasant callers at X Monday morning Revs E W Coakley and lCB Miller conducted X Tuesday morning In a very interesting manner Mr David Hooker wile and little grandson John Hocker Bishop and Mrs Ai B Riley were pleasant call TuesdayMr Coiper gave us a pleas ant call Wednesday A new Williams Typewriter and Business Encyclopedia have been added to the school by our ever ener getic ttachers Mr T Wade Stratton Is absent from scboal this week The above lion Ibe or ever bottle of the genuine OWeNS PINK MIXTURflthe babys friend from birth until he has his teeJh AU druggists FORDSYILLE Miss Susie Ree Miller is visiting Mrs Dr A B McC ty Mrs Bettle Johnson and Mrs Mag gie Smith attended tile Masonic bar becure at Cloverport last Thursday Mr Ed Runner oJ Warren county is visiting relatives here Misses Alma Ford and Mamie Smith are still on the sick list Mr Carl DeHaven of Cloverport was the guest ot friends here last weekQuiteallttle party from here spent Sunday dternoon at Sulphur Springs Miss Effie Shreve of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mr CIder and family of PaducahoM visiting Mr Crldera brother Mr Robt Crider and family Messrs Clarence Smith and Charlie Reynolds nave purchased the grocery business ol Mr Jrfl Rice and expect to meet every demand of the public by running an uptodate grocery in every respect Mr WJ Abbott route agent for the American Express Company was in town Tuesday looking after theBoatnerSchlUtzbaura case The post office now located in J S Reynolds store building will be moved this week to Jack Smiths L5 housu below Dr McCuttys office to give room for the Reynolds Smith grocery firm Mrs Dr Flctnister and Mis Helen Walker went to Louisville Monday Mrs Lee Roby formerly Miss Lou Oiler of this placedled at her home in Irvlngton Sunday and was brought here forburial which took place at the cemetery Monday morning Miss Effie Bean ot Dundee spent several days with relatives here last week returning home Sunday accom panied by Mr Ellis Mitchell of biiu deeMr and Mrs Mick Smith Mrs J S Reynolds and Charlie Reynolds spent Saturday at the home of Mr J M Graham of Narrows the occasion being Mr Grahams birthday Mr George Moody Wells who has been 111 for quite a long time ot con sumption died here Sunday night and was burled Monday Mrs Ruddle Hines went to Louis ville Wednesday to purchase fall goods for the firm of Hines Co Mr Edward Sweat who bat been visiting his brother at Morgantown has returned to Fordsvllle for an In definite stay I Mr W L Whittlnghlll died thls home in Owensboro Sunday and was brought here Monday and taken to Trlsler for burialjJersey Cow for Sale One good six year old Jersey cow giving milk Apply to tf C M BARNETT For Rent Sixty acres of good wheat land Fallow land clear of stumps rocks etc on terms reasonable Land known as the Milton Taylor farm three miles east of Hartford Call on THOMAS TAYLOR Hartford Ky Public Speaking Judge B L D Guffy Republican nominee for Judge ot the Court of Appeals in the 2nd Appellate District will address the people at the follow- Ing times and places viz Burksyllle Tuesday Sept 23IMarrowbone Wednesday Sept a4- Tompkinsville Friday Sept 26 Jlmtown Fountain Run P 0 Saturday Sept 27 Scott vltle Monday Sept 29 Allen Springs Tuesday Sept 30 Bowling Green Wednesday Oct I Frankln Thursday Oct 2 Russellville Friday Oct 3 Lewlsburg Saturday Oct 4 Elkton Monday Oct 6 Sharon Grove Tuesday Oct 7 Rosewood Cisney P 0 Wednes day Oct 8- Greenville Tursday Oct 9 Central City Friday Oct io at night r Hattford Saturday Oct it Reedy ville Tuesday Oct 14 Brownsville Wednesday Oct 15 Richardsvllle Thursday Oct 16 Speaking to commence at 2 oclock pm except Central dry when it will begin at 730 p m r Hows This We oQer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case ot Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F I Cheney Co Props ToledojO We the undersigned have krTotvu F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable lu all business transac tong and financially able to carry out any made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drag gists Toledo O- WaldingKinnan Marvin Who sale Druggists Toledo O l Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the bloqd and mucous surfaces ot the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls JPamlly Pills are the bet T I Notice The M E Church of HaytUOhjo county Ky takes this method of so liciting bids of contractors for the building of a new church The pay ments to be made on the Installment plan The plans of the are In the hands of the building commit tee Address or call on Rev Henry Dupee CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the d f SiifFRIENIISIIIPC1IURCH M Septelp1r Mr J pdge School also began at Sugar Grove the same day wlth Mrt Ora Edge as tidchef Elder R Jv Brandon Mrs Vot Westerfield ad little daughters Leafie and Elsie were in Hartford last Friday Born to the wife ot Mr Elmer Royal August the 30th a boy Mr and Mrs Luther Rogers of Select visited relatives here last week Mr Ira Wallace visited his lather FridayMiss Willie Royal is on an extend ed visit to her brother Mr G Davis Royal McQuady Ky For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by oil druggists It is risking something to ask the public toplaiJe apleceol fiction along I aide of Poes best work The Editor of The Cosmopolitan ventures this in the following note which appears inethe September issue One does often find a story which seems to cpme In the classification ot Edgar Allen Poes best work Yet one might be tempted to ask spch a place for The Canonic Curse which Arthur E Mc arlane contributes to The Coamopol t- Itan for September LITTLE BEN A Forty Ton Steamer Enters Hartford and Evansville Trade Monday noon the steamer Little Ben arrived at the Hartford wharf loaded to the guard with freight tot Hartford merchant The steamer was built and Is owned by her Captain Dr Foreman ol Louisville who Is a veteran Ohio river navigator She came to Hartford with freight from Louisville but will run regular ly now between Hartford and Evans ville making three trips a week There is plenty of work here If our merchants will give the boat the bus- Iness they should give it and It will result in a great saving In freights to our metchants and consequently In prices to their customers Even before mot ol our merchants had learned that the steam was coming into this trade they received notice from the railroad that freight would be laid down at Hartford at Beaver Dams rates One ol our ruetcbints said upon the arrival ol the bout I tthought something was going to drop when I received notice yesterday of a reduc tion of rallroai rates Securing the steamer for Rough river is wholly due to the enterprise of Col C M Barnett who js always on the lo out for something to help his home town and county May the waves ol Rough river wash the hull of the Little Ben for many moons p p Safe Blowers Robber made an attempt to rob the Bank of Lewlsbnrg Monday night but were detected before they bad reached the cash The robbers el acted an entrance to the building and blew open the safe but the report of the explosion alarmed the citizens sleeping nearby who came upon the scene and frightened them away be TheyhaveS Water Curofor Chronic Con stlpatlon Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours altr each meal Take kti of outdoor exercise walk ride drive Make a regular habit ol this and in many cases chron Ic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists in- S S sEstray Notice Taken up as an estray one black horse mule about 14 hands high about 17 years old and valued by Alex Foster at 1500 ALEX FOSTER 1 Subscribedand sworn to by Alex Foster this Septembers 1902 J P MILLER J O C C The owner of said property can have same by calling at my farm and provo ing property and paying the charges of this notice and advertising same and care and feed FRANK ALLEN STATS oi KENTUCKY 1 COUNTY OP OHIO J The foregoing was this day lodged In my office for record and the same and this certificate has been recorded In my said office Given under my hand this the 8th day ol September 1912 M S RAGLAND C O C C a For Sale The Judge Baird property near the Water Mill There are nine acres of ground a large twostory residence In good repajr Also all necessary out buildings and a fine well of water For further particulars call on or address A C ELLlS1 Ajt tf Hirtlord Ky p p DUNDEE Dundee Is on a boom Several new buildings are being erected Mrs Curtis Bean Beaver Dam was the guest of her daughter Mrs T C Bean last week Miss Mattie Renfrow of near Mor- gantown is visiting Miss Viola Ren frowMr and Mrs W H Moore and Miss Dess Duke of Hartford visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Julia Renfrow left Monday for IPeUriburg Intl to be at the bedside other sick brother Miss Effie Bean has returned home Mrs Sara Hines is visiting her daughter MrsFltzhngh Renfrew at Nairows this week ujiu Guy Stateler and little son Dialled Mrs Stateless sister Mrs ook Bean recently 4t Excursion Rates National Encampment G A R Washington D C Oct 6ii 1902 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will besold horn Beaver Pam to Washington D C and return forrs 45 fcr round trip Tick etson sale Oct 341 5 and 6 1932 Tickets limited to October 14 forte turn except that by depositing tickets with Jplnt Agent not later than 1200 oclock noon Wednesday Octo bens and upon payment of tee of Soc at time o deposit extension of return limit to leave Washington to and Including November 3 1902 maybe obtained Stopover pjJvlleges east of Plttsburg Bellaire 0 Park JsburJt or Huntington W Va Ex ceptbetween Orange Va iand Wash Ingt n on C 0 State Fair LouIsvJlIe Ou account I above occasion round trip tickets will boaold at rate of one are for round ripplusSoefOr adralsson fee Tick ta ns e 20th to 2710 limited to Sept 29 lor rdurn Grand Lodge F A M Lonls vOte Oct 21 23On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale October i 20 and for early morning train Octo er 21St Limited to Oct 24th for I v return s u Mark Twains Cousin- G C Clemens of Topeka V L n ktfl mmmc nu ted constitu tional lawyer who bears so striking ares- emblance to Mark Twain Samuel B Clemens that he is frequent tLICLCtIlULLLIO original Mark a c Clemons is a man of deep intellect and wide experience He is considered one of the foremost lawyers in this country In are cent letter to the Dr Miles Medical Co Mr Clemens says S S Personal experience and obser vation hive thoroughly me that Dr Miles Nervine contains true merit and U eicellent for what It It recommended MrNormtnV Pits flank en Fraternal Society Chicago says Miles Pain Pills are Invaluable for headache and all pain L had been a eat sufferer from hudaeM Until I learned of the efficacy of Dr Miles Pain Mils Now always CarrY them and recurring at tackt by taking a pill when the Ijrmp toms first appear Sold br aU DrudUU PrIce 25c per Bos Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhtrt Ind h WALLACE TilE MANEATER WorldFamous Lion Which Will Be Here Shortly Everybody In Christendom has heard and read about Wallace the fierce maneating lion which escaped from his cage in New York some few yftirs ago and held the city In a reign of terror lor sixty hours when he was finally found in a stable where he had killed and partly devoured a horse The authorities wanted to shoot him but the dating Captain Bocacclo ol the BostockPerarl force ol trainers begged to be allowed to attempt his capture and finally succeeded by means of rope lassoes Three weeks later he entered his cage in an attempt to train him and was torn to pieces Since then three other trainers have perished beneath his mighty paws It is said he killed four men before he was brought to this country He Is without question the most fe roclous and bloodthirsty oi his kind ever seen in captivity but at the same time the handsomest specimen of the blackmaned African lion ever captued Time and time again he has been doomed to death but each and every time his magnificently ma jestic appearance baa caved him lie will be seen here with the Bostock Ferari Mighty Midway Shows at the Elks Carnival Owensboro Septem ber 2227 Mother My mother was troubled with consumption for many years At last she was given up to die Then she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and was speedily P Jolly Avow N Y No matter how hard cough or how long AyerCherry best thing you can Its too risky to wait until you have consump tion Jf you are coughing today a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once flew lliH I 2k SOc II All nubtt CoDialt your doctor If lie ayl take U then do s he lay II ti tail OU not to uk It thn dcmt toSs It lie know Lean U with him W r J 0 AVElt CO IxjwtU SUM ttryw For 44 Years RINGShiDiuUtramotta fOOplt Soulhsrme Ca1 and We Wilro tnt our mother h r mothi father tod hf Ithcr weirCrIUnKiRInnWI mo NocharrlorcnrraTbirln ithlt Kunct and Mottoes No lSt Gold lsa 1000N4Ioltr i 1 r Sit J 050It 4 boo Write for our cu- JewelryadIOPBARHES 00- jsW dar5ttSt LOUISVILLE KY iOlOuHODOHm AND Telegraph COMPANY INCORPORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines In Kentucky Indla DMlsslsslppl and onnectedby its Long Distant line with all principal points in thirtyfive States and Territories has established an exchange inHattford and surround- Ing country They wish to make their- serviceas comprehensive and valuable as possible and make a toparUesllvlngIn stance of the exchange Rates and ther information may be obtained at he exchange over Williams drugstore Hartford Ky C P NOWUH Manager E P BARNES BRO Sinco tho close of our seminnnuul inventory wo are fill ing every nook and Corner of our spacious building with ad vanco shipments of Autumn Merchandise and are placing them on sale as fast as wo can got to theQlfho odds rind tends of our Summer Stock are being closed out at deep eut y prices and there are great bargains hero for purchasers of this class of Merchandise Havo you made up your mind to buy a Cooking Stove this full If you have dont fail to see our line of 0 K Stoves and Ranges Wo guarantee perfect- satisflctionin their use and their rep utntion for long service is unfues toned Wo carry from tlio smallest Box Stoves to tho mammoth Steel Range represent ed in the above cut Fertiliizers t You 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 j have been distributors of tho Horse Shoo brands of Fortilisor for 18 years and when wo toll you that wo can give y uigood a WheatGrower as is made wo know by oxporion can do it Dont buy any brand of Fertilizer until you havp investigated the Horse Shoo brand and if it does not stand a satisfactory test and provo to bo tho best goods sold in Ohio count dont buy it i We Want To sell you an Old Hickory or Tennessee Wagon a Stove V Buggy or Surrey a Superior Wheat Drill all of which are t of tho highest standard of their class and tho name of EP Barnes fc Bro is indicative or the lowest possible price T b 0 4 BeaVer IJ6trx1 Ky I k1Aip If You Start out Ic With the determination of + getting the best goods for the 3 I Jr least money this is the place 0 for you Now is tho time to 4 buy Summer Clothing 30 per g ff Straw Hats any price 4 Must go I You Cant Miss tOurSlippers See them ItsY a shame to slaughter them but j they must go j- I Our Summer GoOds t 4Like the Last Rose of Sum tmer must go at any price 4 Must have room for Fall Stock f of For the Best ti Bargains ever offered in Hart + ford call around and see my jf stock It will cost you ndth i t to look Come to see me f i SAM SACS a Hartford Kentuckye JtJt jfi JtJtJtJtJtJt oj- i If You Want rL To keep posted l tJtbQrBif j wellinformed subscribe for 4 t The Republican And get all the news all thetiine l Ida i 2r f 0 01 01 110101 111101 INew Fall Goodso 01I t1b1 1 4 I iJust roceivedour ontiro liho of Fall Dress ur in Woolens for suits Skirts Waists Etc 1i Our lino is composed of all Clio Jeuding staples nUll fancy weaves in black4 novelties in Fancy Patterns And the best of Jt 9- of is the prices are howl n than over before Any Lady can bo fitted out comploto at our store fi fAti Our New Silks 1 fi also in and ready for your careful inspecr jfiArc X111 the now shades in taffetas Pean do Gps Graius Chinas Etc You cannot u fi fi fail to Iltl1ons l with tins choice selection Jho qualities tiro tho best the prices lower than 1 i J r t1ntl Silk t25 yard 22inch laffcta Silks GOc to r 75e yard Just the very goods you need tob1 c 4Znmko yourself ono of those now Plaited Jacketsi1 J 4 tf- ti f 11n keep always on hand n complete linoof uenollo higher Visit our place for your Fall Out u 1n fit Wo will stow you the latest fashionable t1 4 t3Dress Goods Silks Etc besides giving you thet1 1corret idea ns to how it should bemnde fi b1tk 41 THE PLACE IS y fi at 1 I 1 J j I Uiiii I 01111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 9 i V Blliouaneu flakes Chronic Invalids- 1Pha die Um II mpW ud fait to do Its wid die btl uwn U Wood u vttulect poUOG IbeD nomo eoindpwoeeblUaumm lICk bndeM k sand mama TbI only troatmat that pr 1M Ual pmt tbi nset truth ad tans Natun4 work m thu rlah- tnaur u- ONS1 LIVER PLUS J nDTONIG PELLETS Its pal toothN die bra u4 lobe peUew toM ta- la fJOIDo doMIIOf4a1I eot recta sad s- lw year ew u aoedlayly red too wU1 bU befcn 7OOI1Ia rah thenrSample rne Forr3u aU Ien IForsale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky IIHartford Republican SRPrnMBUR u 1 po TweUsaakea good weal Try hllel tf lasstigs Oranges Lemons and I ApplN at City ReaUurallt You eh guarantee on Vft3 50 shoe you buy from CARSON Co NiceMCkeeae Sausage dried Beef and Crackers lu Hartford at City Reetal Dr D W King the Osteopath Is at V0 tardwlcks Call on him for exillsitlon tr- i Osouilllims as the wlll sell you a scw pg Machine Iron a5up- to atonce Ia lee Clothing bn lness Confi 43bncetawhat wecovetI Competition we chafienge 1 CARSON Co- Of course you go tothe City Restaurant fOr Soda Water Lemonade Phosphate Ice Cream Sherbet etc 4 Remember we handle only high grade Clothing Everything guaran fteen to glYq eatlslactlon j ja 1I CARSON CO i New Dress Goods at plrs Good bleach no starcbscat Fairs Bring your boy to Fairs and get one or those Ir50 wool Suits Big tine Millinery next week at Fairs Walt and see them Mr Gees W Davidson Barretts Fury hd his pension increased to r7 a month Money saved by tradIng with Pairs Everything a bargaIn and the latest For Flour Mel Sugar Coffee Baa Iron Lard Candles nd a general tine of fresh fancy grocezk ca11 on J w Cox If yon have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring It to NcIlvalu the Jeweler Hartford House A consciousness of aVelldom anti ease pervades the wearer of Sonne borns Warranted Clothing Sold by CARSON Co You can get most anything you want inlbe way of a nat here Just receIved a large stock or the latest patterns CARSON Co In Police Court Monday Bob NU and Sam Walker two young colored men pleaded guilty to a plain drunk and were given aoo and costs each S TDarnett Co Riley building have the very best fresh and cured meats lard etc at reasonable prices Goods delivered from 7 to Io a m Home pboneNo xtl I herby set myson Edgar TayloI free with the right to sue and be sued and to transact any and nil business In his own name and I will not be re- osponslble for and of his debts or Con tracts G W TAYLOR August 20 1902 S4t m 0 Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels cpnstlpated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepslabilfousness tae All drurrlu Ut1boBUGKINGHANIS DYEq 1rn t fl U P Mal I NH- See Fairs new tine or Skirtings Fairs want your eggant 15e dozen 36 Inch fine brown Cotton 4Jc at Fairs Mrs Mildred Barnett of Beda Is very sick Born to the wife of Mr Owen Hart Wednesday a girl Bay your fall Shoes at Fairs AU grades aU prIces New Idea la mens lists at Fairs price soc to 3 So New fall Clothing at Fairs SSoo buys aDuptodate Stilt All wool TricotsaU latest shades for walsts2Sc at Pairs Complete lIne tall Underwear for men ladles and children at Pairs Born to the wile of Mr Dan Dun can Jr at rlcllenry August u a nine pound girl Mrs U Clay York Is ImprovIng slowly from a long continued attack of typhoId fever Miss MamIe BaldwIn of this city has accepted a posItion as clerk In Herrel Bros store at Rockport Mr James Blrds two chlldrenwho have been sick of typhoid fever for the past five weeks are no better An Interesting protracted meeting is In progress at the Baptist church Revs E W Coakley and M E MU let are conducting It R L Tweddell la now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guaranteed Milt located southend Iron bridge Hartford Ky U Couuty Assessor Frank Lowe and his corpse of deputies will begIn the IIIeSIment of the property or the county next Monday September IS Dont fail to attend our opening on September so Remember that everybody oho attends wilt be present with a souvenir CAusox CO Mrs Sara Collins Smith has returned from Clocinniti where she had gone to purchase the fall stock of goods for the Economy Dry Goods Store Messrs M L Heavrin Wood Tins Icy Sam Bach Carson Bro and The Dank of Hartford are laying a con cute pavement lu front of theIr boar neu houses Mr A B Riley wilt enter a Loulavllle MediCal College next Monday Mr Rileya wife wilt aceotbpa ray bins and spend the wiutei tu Louisville There are no better t111serl than those mabbfactured by the Attaonr Fertilizer Works They drill l1rtectI ly Sold by T J Turley Co Hartford Ky Tile fast thAt pay is thee that Is made to pay by the use ot Armour Animal Fertlllzeri They ire thei leadeN Sold by T J Tnrldt Co HQtIrtf Ky r- Nese tOod are srtlag very dayI at Cdtiet air Ooi bIg store and by Sept altr 2e will be abll to show the uiMt complete Ue ever brown In lIrlttlrtL The OhIo County Pair Company has a large force of men repairing the bull inga and grounds and the best Pair ever held here may be expected October 23 and 4 Pure Bone Fertlllzer for sale I will gIve you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call and see the State Chemists test F M WESTRRV1fD Hartford Ky Mrs Alice Likens wife ot Mr D W Likens dIed of consumption at her residence near JIngo Wednesday noon and was bpricd at Bethel bury tug ground yesterday Mrs Lik- ensConsumption The only kind of consump tion to car is neglected consumptionPeople learning that consumption a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption het a bottle of Scotts and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglected consumption does not exist Scotts Emul sion is- Prompt the of Scotts Emulsion checks the disease while it Ican be checked SeD for fn sample I Scorr IIOWNE Cbem- ht4o94aruIIStrut NwYork- sae and jooi to clna lau no 0 was au estimable lady and her many friends wilt learn with regret of her death LOSTA pair of small scissors In leather case Finder will please re turn to this office Mr Rowan Holbrook bought a corn bInder of T J Turtey Co Monday and In a field trial Tuesday the machine proved Itself well adapt ed to corn harvesting Ae good crowd went out to Mr Holbrook farm to see lhemachine operated The WillIam Ross residence on Ute hill overlooking Ross RIpple burned Friday night The house with Its contents were a total loss Practically nothing was saved from the flames No Insurance The loss falls heavily ou Mr Ross and his good wIfe who are both very old Miss Nell Austin saleslAdy In Car son Cos Dress Goods Department returned Sunday from CIncinnati where she bas been toasslst In buy lug a stock or Dress Goods and Notions Miss Nell wilt be on duty from 7 to 6 oclock 6 days In the week and is anxIous to talk Dress Goods and TrimmIngs to alt who are In need of such Dont fail to gIve her a vIsIt CARSON Co West KentucKY SemInary Beaver Dam began work anew September I with a muchh larger enrollment than In any prevIous year Among the boarding students are Cecil Hocker and Francis Hodge Union A San derfur Victory Mertle Sanderfur Cromwell Earl Wallace Block Ind j M G Dye Hatton Ark Louanna Ford and VIolet LoneyCentral Grove Plavlus Baker Watterson Cooper mamle and Motile Stevens Goshen Harry Berry South Beaver Dam Dora Wallace Spring Lick A YOUNG WOMAN Oyer Whose Shame Death Char Itably Draws Its Mantle White passing the undertakers es tabllabment Wednesday morning we observed the always sad spectacle of a coffin bring prepared for somebodya dead Inquiry brought to tight asad story of a youngwomans mIsfortune over which death had charitably drawn Its dark Impenetrable curtaIns Grace Galley siiteen year old daughter of Mrs Hannah Reddish died of childbirth at the residence of her mother near Horton Tuesdy night and was buried at Bethel bury lug ground Wednesday The gIrl was or that tender age when trust Is too often tribute to a stronger wilt and life too often the price ot unbounded faith To the writer the fullness of the fury of hell bursts upon society lu IncIdents like thIs If there Is a sin for which ag onyplears and blood wilt not buy a pardon be commIts It who dlsman ties the honor of a sweet young trusting girl and If there isa spectre weird and dark inspiring awe and fear It should haunt him to the graveIn this another warning tower Is raIsed aloft along lifes stormy coast and yet trusting gIrls rush rashly on to wreck and ruin- Declined to be Measured A representative of the American Express lompany vIsited Boatner and SchUetbaum who are charged wIth attempting to rob that company of S28000 at the Jai here Monday and naked the privilegel of making a BerUtllon measurement of the prison era Doatnet commenced to undress but when he had removed one shoe hesitateda moment replaced It and remarked to the express man that hit believed he would not be measured You should allow the measure ment to be taken the express man persisted If you are innocent as you say It cannot hurt you teen do me neither good nor harm Boatner calmly replIed but notbeing Pursuaded that you are here especially to help me I dont care to go to the trouble ot undress lug And he dldat Wanted for Seduction Deputy Sheriffs John G and Clar once Keowu had quite a chase Sunday in pursuit of one Thomas Ben nett or Henderson county who Is wanted atOwensbor to answer a charge of seduction Bennett was arrested and trIed upon the same charge at Henderson but as the of ensn was committed In Davies county the prosecution was dismissed Later he was IndIcted In Davleaa county and Deputy Sheriff Lawson of that county arrIved In Hartford early Sunday mornIng and accompa nled by the Deputy Sheriffs mentioned went In pursuIt of Bennett who was supposed lobe located just be low Centertown Bennett by some means learned that he was being pursued and eluded the officers After an all day search the officers conclnd ed Bennett had crossed over to Me Lean county The Ohio county deputies gave up the search at nightfall and returned home Sheriff Lawson went to LIvermore and securlagtbe assistance of the marshal of that town and continued the pursuit Sometime Sunday night the officers overtook Bennett and Lawson took hIm to Owensboro where he gave bond and was released r 7The or ever bottle oC Ihe genuine OWENS PINK MIXTURl1tlut from birth until ho has his teen All drullItII ABOUT PEOPLE Mr Jo T Sbultz Narrows WAS In town Tuesday Mr Oscar Mldkif Otaton was In town yesterday Dr C W Felix Olatou was in town Wednesday Mr Romney Renfrow Dundee was In town yesterday Mr IOnnle PhIllips Narrows was In town Wednesday Mr TW Darrett of Barrette Per ry called OU us Monday Dr D n Miller Sulphur Springs was In town Wednesday Col C M Barnett was In Wash- Ington City the first of the week Mrs W S Tlusley and children spent Sunday la the cOuntry near Beds Messrs Buck Midkifi and Schuyler ActonSufpburSprlngs were In town yesterday Mr Max Bach left yesterday for Chicago where beg es to locate per maueaUy Misses Electra and Edith Carson went tt Owensboro Wednesday to via It relatives Rev it J Brandon sad daughter Mrs Veola Westerfield FordsvUle were In town Friday Messrs W S Dean and Noah Scajtgs Dundee were pleasant callers at this office Saturday Mr and MrsWill Pair left Wednesday for Cincinnati to purchase the laU stock for FaIr Co Mr Monroe Harrison of 0 weasbo roo spent the first of the week with friends near Darretts Perry Mr G P Long of McHenry for merly editor Beaver Dam New Wrinkle gave t8 a pleasant visit Tuesday Mrs EP Barbour and daughter MIss Carolyn have returned from an extended visit to Tennessee and hill t1ols Mrs Sam P Render or Oklahoma is here for astay of several days with her parents Mr and Mrs T J Smith Mr Sam Bach of ChIcago who has seen vIsiting his sister Mrs Sam Bach here for several days left for home yesterday Mrs Delilah Idonarch after spend log several days with her nephew Mr John C Riley has returned to her borne at Owensboro Mrs U D Guffy and daughter MIss Mercedes Louisville are vIsit lug Mrs Gullys parents Mr and Mrs n lhlen Owensboro- Mr and Mrs Sm A Anderson and rJrs Ale Barnett who have been visiting relatives at Griffith bavlcsil county returned home Tuesday I Christtoa May and Mrs Georg Rleyof t4ew Bethel visited the family of Mrs Mays daughter Mrs Tichenor thIs week Mrs Sara P Barrett of Barretts Ferry is visiting her daughters Mrs Wiley Thurber and Mrs James Gen try of Gibson county Indiana Mrs Barrett 1877 years old- Marriage License William Eagn Fordsvme to An nle May Huff Pordaville JameS T Davis Taylor MInes to tile B Taylor Prentls D W Peters Render to Vena Stewart Horse Branch V B teach White Run to Lula- Carmtckli Hare Branch Willie E Fate Centertown to Nel lie Bennett Center town r The regular monthly meeting of the OhioCounty Medical Socletycou- veaedluJlartlord Wednesday J J MltcheltpresB N Patterson V p and S JIWedding Secy and Treas J W Taylor C W Felix D E MU leI JiT Miller A P Stanley and Ii WPord were present J WTay for was elected President for the en suIng year D E Miller V P and- S J Wedding SecYIDd Trent The object of the society Is a laudable one and II th sIck or well should fait to see their physician one day In the month they may rest assured that be- Is tryIng his best to find ways and means to relieve pain and cure dls ease and no better way than meeting togetherto compare notes In regard to tbdij dUIereat aces can be desired driwonXAeon tb 1M Ikd Yw Nara owls B- wtr CENTRAL GROVE Mr B Vaught who has been sIck several months Is slowly improving Mr TP Williams lIs on the sick listMlssWillie A1ton Oweusboro Is vIsiting hei aunt Mrs B P Berry man Miss Georgia Thompson returned to herllome In Union county Wednes day after a two months vIsit to her sIster Mrs D L Mullet Mleseb Annie add Kitty Berryman entertaIned a feww friends Saturday nightSeveral from this communItyat tended thededication at Elks Chapel Sunday A crowd otyonngfolka spent Sun day at theFave near Iudepeudeace Mrs Betsey Casebler near Ceralvo visited datives In this community last week Mr C L Loney spent Saturday night indfunday at Taylor Mines Mrs Will Williams Gosheu was the gust of her sisttr Mrs L Igle hart Sunday ou Difficult Digestion That Its dYlpepsla It makes life miserable Its sufferers cat not becausothey wont t but simply because they mutt Tbey know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannot bo otherwise They complaIn of a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stomach an uneasy feeling or puffy tulncSl headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by permu rent cures or thousands or severe cases Hoods Sarsaparilla 111 llLLa fIl the beat csthazth SEVEN PRISONERS In the County Jail and all are In nocent and Cheerful There are now seven prisoners con fined In the county jail A B Schlletzbaum and J H Boatner charged with attempting to rob the American Express Company or 28 coo Netter Gnstrap charged with the mgrder of Thomas Burton Effie Bartlett charged with infanticide AlvIn Baker colored charged wIth shooting and woundIng and Sullen ger and Cunningham two Leltcbfield negroes charged with robbing Alfred Stewart We visited the prisoners yesterday morning and found them aU In good health and as cheerful as the sltaa- tlon would warrant They are each Innocent of course as aU prisoners are Among several hundred prison ers we have IntervIewed In the past four years only one has said he was guilty and we plead with the court to turn him out before he contaminated the morals of a half a score or Inno cent prisoners Schlletzbaum and Boatner are welt dressed wear collars cuffs and ties and present a very gentlemanly pearance They talk like men who whether guilty or Innocent have hopes for the future Alvin Baker Ii as cheerful d a Jane bug because the prosecuting witness In his case Is away up north and Baker wishes for nothing so much u the comIng of the November term of the CircuIt Court- Sallenger and Cunningham are taking thIngs easy and express anxiety for their examining trial which Is set for Monday The woman Effie Bartlett occu- pIes the corrIdor and claims like theI rest of the prisoners to be Innocent or the charge against her She is taking prison life philosophically and expresses her anxIety for the approach of the November term of court when she can return to herbuabandI and home lIS Davless county Six Months In Hartford The good citizen out In the county who has not vIsited to Hartford since the first of the year may witness the following substanclal Improvements la the town Carson Cos mammoth new store building housing an i8ooo stick or goodsFaIr Cos refitted storeroom with one of the nicest stock or goods in Western Kentucky Sam Bachs spacious well filled storehouse Carson Bros large weUatock grocery W S Tlnsleys splendid stock of hardware and groceries Turley IX Cos big warerooms full of farming Implements and vehicles The First National Bank and Com merclal Hotel In the big new SI2ooo Riley buildIng Tug Rupunucaas nice new brick offices nearing completion B B Collins Cos new saw and platnlng milt R L TweddeUs shingle factory and grist milt C M Baruetts resIdence occupied by Mr Prank Lowe G B LIkens new resIdence Dave Baldwlns new resIdence Wilt Fairs new residence Rings new residence WillIe Beans new resIdence Richard Ross new resIdence New concrete pavements and va- dous other mInor Improvements to Ijumerous to mention If you dont have any specIal busIness here It wilt pay you to come In Just to note the very decided Improvements lm the old town Dr Drury Dead Dr I G Drury a venerable physl clan of Knottsvllle was found dead In his bed one morning last week He was seventyeight years old and his death was perhaps due to heart allure Dr Drury was a well knownphyal clan and s good citizen He was a brother of Father Edwin Drury who has lectured here iSOMETHINGWRONG wile YOUI WATCLN- IMINInNIN11wNINIMINWMNI- M7Yala serer leavs ahead d t ne w the troubts Ia with wedSwwst tous flan tied u4 ssttmteAcenl Tim Fiscal a Ssdatty writs foIo or 1m Cala or tsarsliver=UTADl =C P BARNES 4 CO Mackststm ua SUnnmkba p 604 Sa6WMarketStL- OUISYIUE KY I I I I ECONOMY I I i DRY GOODS i STORE New Fall Millinery In ReadYEoWear Hats All Sfmmer Goods at Reduced Prices Pink and White P X 20o quality for lOc Black and Whito P K 20c quality forlOc1 White P X SOc quality for20cBla- ckand White Lawn l2lcquality for8IcBlack and White Batiste 20c quality forlOc ShoesI Shoes More Shoes clOd better quality for the money than any other house in Ohio county Try us and s- eeDont i Forget that we handle a lull line of Clothing and Mens Furnishings Come to see us You will find what you want Mrs Sara Collins Smith KYII 13If4 Furniture i i 41 Latest Des gnsl Lowest Priees- bi b1b1 b1 fi fi Z1 fi 4l i Berisinger E- fi t1 iRBrosfi I 41 41 920 W Mb13 3 IOmSVILLEJ E n tb tP 61 fi41 fi e Su ie slid dame toIaia St et 4 9 OHIO COUNTY FAIR eo txj r 1 1 Q 0 The largest nd ot lib ralli8t of pre miums ever ofleredi Ohio County will attract an army of competitors ATTBAarI NS Unequaled and unprecedented should draw the greatest crowds ever seen at the Fair Grounds PotizTsOf rest recreation and pleasure for the multitudes who are coming The Dates October 1 2 3 4 The Place Hartford Ky La w Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tabi0N- ew t1ne roN taking et Huuday Doc I IVOOatsoonNorl4Bonnd NonlhBound- No13deeeaaIn No 121dna11ITU01 No IUI due 1Bp m Noll2dael3sbpm Nol3ldueubo I- nloeel1refahte No 103 dae7 p01L- uRLB NoelldoeTrAnmS D VAftIolKTE Agent WRLI ALl lid IAiLSUw But tbaab Brrap to urns xds by ATTENTION I G A R The entire line of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad from the Monocacy to the OhIo lIver the nrenaof war duro lug four years Stealing railroad engInes A most picturesque and sensational Episode of the Civil War In June J861 Stonewall Jackson under orders from General Johnson proceeded to Martinsburg on the Baltimore Ohio R R and burned a number of cars and engines Then It occurred to one of his officers that the butning was a wanton waste as the Confederate roads were In need of railroad equipment Consequently the fires were put out the locomotives dismantled and hauled by horses and men down the pike efghteen miles to Winchester where they were again mounted on the railway tracks and hurried to Strasburg Elated with the astoundIng success of their first enterprise the Confederates contln ned to help themselves to other loco motives steel rails etcB O propertyevery time they captured the rod Nineteen locomotives were thus purloined in less than a year They were mostly of the camel back typethe last of which was but recently presented to the Purdue University at Lafayette Ind by the Baltimore Ohio R R The brl1- 1laucy of this great feat In engineering was accredited to Col Thomas R Sharp who was made master of transportation of the B O at the close of the War When arranging your trip to Wash- Ington tor the 36th Annual Encampment keep the B O In mind and go over the same route you travele0 In 6r Very low rates will be made from aU points on the B O SW ask your nearest Ticket Agent for partlc ularsor address O P McCarty General Passenger Agent- Clnclnnatl Ohio t A Communication Mr EditorAllow me to speak a few words In favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I suffered for three years with the bronchtls and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medlclbes 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 Mo This remedy Is for sale by aU druggists m HIcks Weather for September Our storm diagram shows a strong combination of disturbing causes bearing on the opening days of Sep tember From the rat to the 4th falls the culmination of a regular Vulcan period lutel1slfied by Mercury Mars and Earth with new moon on the rat and Moon on the celestial equator on the 3rd Warm weather generally will most likely prevail at the open- Ing of the month with falling barom eter growing humidity and other storm Indications spreading eastward from west and southwest On and touching the 2nd to 4th no one should be surprised by energetic storms of rain wind and thunder This Is one of the autumnal equinoc tial periods In which heavy equlJtor- lal storms are quite probable In all southern waters and around all coasts exposed to the ravages of these West India storms No sane person will be alarmed at this cautious ad monition Nothing out of natures ordinary and normal course Is indicated but natures ordinary way un der existing astronomic conditions at this time might make it danger ous for people In the sections named who give no thought to the subject and pay no timely attention to indications If very low barometer and West India hurrlcans reach our south coasts at this time they will either reach In tenor sections and travel thence to the lakos and St Lawrence causing high temperature and heavy storms of rain wind and thunder ovEr most of the country or they will move up the Atlantic coasts causing danger In those reglono and bringing high barometer northerly winds and quite cools weather over all nothern and central parts of the country Timely and positive Indications as to which way matters will turn will appear to all who pay atteetion to the subject The chances are that frosts will occur northward about the 4th to the 7th The elements will react Into storm conditions of more or less energy progressing from west to east about the 7th to 9th The center of the Mars period falls on the nth and on and about this date it must be remembered our globe reaches a crIsis or maximum of malnetlc and electric excitation as a suit causing many curious phenomena In earth and air Electrical storms earth currents au of Per3r L50 and per year 1GO and per year 125 and Toledo Blade per year 125 and per year 133 and New York World 150 aoz = pnop xa ronc =zrxws=z rlsxzxIoza a a DcAVEn Dora PAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST VEHICLES YOUR SOLICITED I Ythe BEST Wines and in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old coral lights seismic shivers and all similar are common and natural about this time The regular storm period central on the 13th will almost certainty bring on a state of stony and unsettled weather that will continue In a gener al way into the storm days centering about the Jith and 18th Fair Dates October 922 Bowling Green 1013 Glasgow 10J3 Ewing 1113 Louisville az 27 The Beef Trust and the It was announced a short time ago that the packers of the country would form a gigantic oust on the line of the steel trust to be at five hundred millions of dollars the of Presi dent Roosevelt the formation of trusts Is becoming more and more difficult The officers of the United States were Instructed to take steps to determine how far this trust violate the law and prevent any violation If pos sible Following these Instructions the President has been discussing with I the a calm dispassionate- statesmanlike manner the evils of trusts and their remedies These the President have been critiIse from two quar tens The Democrats have declared there was nothing In them that they were mere platitudes that the Presi dent was dealing lu that nothing would come of his professed opppsition to trusts One of the first results of the Press dents attitude has been the of the attempt to organize the trust as the following dispatch from Boston shows I The combination of the big Interests has been stopped suddenly Schedules of property which were being made In Boston and elsewhere in England to be filed at Chicago as a basis for taking over all the concerns were made up In a hurry and were all ready to send on Monday that being the date when the valuation was to take place but they did not go and was Chicago not to forward them I We think the people will not be r T CASTO RIA For Infants and Kind Always Bought the- Signature I t In- USB For Over Thirty Year- sCASIOR9A HTAU OANY H YO Our Clubbing List Republican and TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Republican GlobeDemocrat Republican Commercial Republican Republican Chicago InterOcenn Republican TwiceaWeek FIELD SON RANSFER LINE HARTFORD KY-A COMFORTABLE PATRONAGE COLLINS SALOON- HARTFORDHandles and PUREST Whiskies Brandies Internationalspecialties Bock Bock Beer B1 SCOLLINS CO manifestations reactionary Kentucky HARTFORD 14E- llzabethtown September September September September September President capitalized Under administration would peoplein speeeheot generalities abandonment packinghouse packinghouse Independent word reeeivedlrom Children The You Have Bears Louisvillo Beer slow to perceive that the Presidents antitrust campaign Is proving effective all around It Is checking the tendency toward great combinations It Is arousing the opposition of the men who put selfish Interests above the Interests of the public and It Is drawing to the President Increased confidence from the peoplePost Look at the Date On you label nndou can readily calculate how much you ale owing on your subscription It may seem a- very small item to each ono in arrears but the sum total utuounts to a COnsileral sumi andwe need it in our busi ness Dont put it on but pity It Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Crostof tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summerresort in Ameri ca 2800 feet sea level 350 000 Invested In improvements and still the place retains Its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and zoo 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 lu mind by the unex celled laclllties afforded for educational work and Invigorated In body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the mountains Is fa- nlous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SouthWestern from June rat to September 30th good re1 1902SpeciallyAugust for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished lu reply to Inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Lake Park Maryland Eor information ou the subject of rates and time of traIns apply to Ticket Agents D O SW R R or the undersigned R S DROWN Dist PasBr Agt- LoulsvllleKy O P McCARTY Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati Ohio An Important Question How would a Democratic House affect businessi Would not the threat OUR PRIZE CONTEST The Lady Teacher receiving the highest number of Votes will receive a TWENTY DOLLAR GOLD WATCH Call in and see the watch We bought the Watch of The Old Reliable Jawelert George Steitler of Owensboro Twenty year Guarantee The Contestants for the 87500 Buggy bought of Suteliff Co Louisville are MESSRS JAMES A DUFF ROBT H MILLER WM R CARSON JAMES FITZHUGH JAMES BARNES Teachers Rules Governing the Contest Twentyfiye cents on Subscription to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN entitles the paying to one vote for a Lady and one vote for a Gentle I 9 man Teacher THE REPUBLICAN Will in prizes 89500 to the persons the highest number of votes Get your friends to subscribe for REPUBLICNN or piy up amounts due on subscription and for you for a The hardest workers are going to win of free trade or of a drastic revision of the tariff Invoved lu a Democratic triumph become a disturbing factor the moment the result was known Fear seized the men of commrrce the day after Ievelands election In 1892 and prices began to fall panic and business reverses follow- Ing quickly alter Do the people de sire a repetition of those days Do they wlllh to endanger the widespread prosperity that nor prevails As the campaign goes on that will dally be come more and more clearly the real IssueBrooklyn Standard Uplon ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOroSATCO Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the who coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be It the whole U you say so We connect withall In partlcularlHartford Ky URIBR J URN A I TIMES 1 LA WEEK 104 a The TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL It the beet paper pDbllabed 10 tb- UnlW ytatee for Democrats and for ALL ruder It I thequal of many Daillw and the eaperlorof all otor ml Weeklls or Wkll1- JInr WalleraonEditor The WedoeadnT luxe h dnoted to HEWN RTTCRatbeatnrdy lucre Is devoted to thellOJlE 9ampleeopluuntfreonappll tenon Addee TilE COURIERJOVn NA CO Loorlnlll Ky- By spclalarangement yon con get the REo- IVULIVAN and the TvaVEoAWEPK OVIIII JOURNAL both one yr for only 5150 Tbla I lor tub ubcrlptlonsonly All tub scrlptloas undertbleumbinatlon offer lutist been throught The Republican 015 Subscribe for THE REPUDLII CAN L00 per yeal advance inI The following Lady have been voted for for thewateh IISSES ARTIE WILSON DENA WOODWARD DAISY GODSEY MATTIE PIRTLE BLANTON COLEMAN MAY ROGERS Each paid THE party give these securing THE vote prize immediately Times Year HARTFORD tbeee 1R INI DEJT IJ THECNEAPZST Pem1faiiPluJS W IFRlfrafflty drRd Fay sag 1 yen experienced teacher each one a specialist in hs line Oredutee of tha eIIege preferred by badness bon We arenowIour new Some nearest corner Second and Walnut treet the Aneetandbest arranged pehoolbolhilogIntheHouth Individual lnttucllou School Ii esIou- an theyear Student canenter atanytime YWtonatwerewelcome E1 JWRIUIETPrest I VkSVke1 O1hUtltefl IS COST NO MORE TNAN PlAIN oNES IN 1lVhite BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mosagrowDdlscolored requIres constant expense and tare and eventually crumbles bAck to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive White Bronze Is ItrlFfly everlasting cannot crumble with the action of frost Mossgrowth is an Imposllblllty It la more artistic than any atone Then Why not investigate It hu entsIloIanyIht vehil1icJredsof beautUuldeslgnsolall grades of workand want to have you see them if you are Interested In a monument headstone market or grave cover On receipt ofa postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours truly Dl RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Conn Wam QS P m T Ohio County Circuit CourlW T Owen Jndgel J5 110- wAttorueyOweaboro T Ii I11aekJlirrl LA- Audlreon CIrk ltowaw holbrook tutor Corn mluloorl U 13IIksaeTrustJury FusdiCal- P Keoo Sbull lIarUord IJopnlStrlllJI- I Keoo Clarnre Krowa Jo IL nobtrt K 1- 1I01d Flrn Klntn greourteore aruthlo- adyi Starch and August cud coatlulbreee- ekuud third lleuday la Ry cud NUlDhr Iwo weeks County CourtJ 11 11 lilt Judges I H flag and CIrk W II 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