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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i I TIlE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN L 7 FineJob Work a SpecialtyOFFICII6 oaul OF TBE pun IX TBE FavalE CON9ES910Ndt01ST81CTSubscription 1 a year t VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1902 No9 Alk a healthywoman what she would lieU ber llealtb for and she would tell ou that the dtoicest llamondt In the worM Whati Generalmhea1thn Cure the tUieueI of the delicate WOmAnly organism and tile gen fcdThetIerIesced from the use of Dr eras Favorite PreacrlpUon perfectIt establishes regularity dries wakening nflsm maUon and ulceration and cures female weakness be1dethh medta or Pr Mere 1vorlte MtdlcelnIItoftIMllu 1klO eo Mo I war tomrttd to ti these mtdldntl after Hriolf fret mJmothtf A- tas early stage or mmOd life I was- greatly lheRd with painful perM odes allo a troublepme Which renderd me eery weak and uual lor work olln1 kind t became so thin there war nothing tnor me tot skin and trove N1 husband became alarmed sod got me a bottle of Pa- toilepecrlake After he saw the wonderrul tIed or that one be got me two more and after I used those up there was De more rela and 1 beIIU to pieI Favorite PrescriptIonmakes weak women strong sick women well no subetiute for the mtdldne which works won 6m den for weak women I i Southern r Railway Tkrough El U ntsoatbera sca- tKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South OAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAIGlmn iCIAand MISSISSIPPI I lSLIM TbrsDaytalBitLouist- ai cad Lahgtoa Ubttsno nalr Cars Trsulue cad arrive LoeistIl1fromyent- batrt natoa llopot roauctmg with ratss of the lWaola OoeUalllaUroad sod L aL 4 at L U n- rorlatormatlo 44raw A wuor 4 TAtUtb A Loalntli- wst u TutAlAt O r A Loular- alHoalth and Plonsuro Rosorts- W1lH Medical Waters W y oft tbe Ilea of tllli 0Ii C Railroada and tb YazOQ MIssIssIppI Valley RAILROAD Cnetallan prOrll Alllaos Well Coopers well Io ntllaand Brows Well are peg slrtytabllhd bedlh and pleasure reurtL- with medical waten u a feature slid baviug hotel eerommodatlous They 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your agentcTHE iNEW YORK WORLD l TbrlceaWeekEdltlonAII a a Weekly The rIcIIDUaI campaign I over but th world goes on Jat the came and It Is fall olsewe To Iara this news fed u n lepromptlran Impartlalqalltbat oabati to do I to loot In the column or The TbrlWHt Edition or the New York World which corn to tbsos- erlberltenmeayea a i 1TbThrlceaweeh World dIllIflDN se a pub 01 r aahu gleuIIdreultloaw- hnrthw EoIIb laoll111 lie IIhHcHWt World regular lobed- tionprlrebostyI100pryear Wi over tb Rgruachus l gtberone1earfor116o prIce r II twop- w p 1 poo I 1Xepl nLa Your Home propjSYRUPIt acts gently but effectuatly on the kidneys liver and bowels I will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear as For sale by J ThoeAilea RoslneKy t II r U PROSPECTSs Judge Will bits Views On Porto Rico KentuCky Jurist Now ServIng There as United States Judge DescrIbes the JudIcIal Political and SocIal- COndItions Judge W H lIoU United States Judge for Porto Rico is In the city on his vacation lie Is now visiting his eon in lawMr George Ir Alexander and he will remain with him until nearly the time for him to salt Iroll1I New York which will be SeptemI her 27 When seen this morning Judge Molt talked very entettalningly of the prospects of the Island of Its steady Improvement under American rule end of the Judicial and social condi lions now In vogue there There are two systems of courts In Porto Rico said Judge IIolt just ea there are In this State There are the Insular courts and the federal courts In the insular courts the language used to the Span j taband the system of Judi- cialI procedure la much the same s In the American State courts Mr las lIarlan a Ion of Justice John lI liar lan Is Attorney General of the island and by virtue of hl1 office baa general control or the prosecutions In the Insular courts I am the only the Pederal Judge on the island and sit there both as District and Circuit Judge An ap peal can be takened from my court to the Supreme Court of the United States AU proceedings are required to II tn English and an Interpreter le always at hand to translate the words of Spanish witnesses Into English I introduced the jury system on the island where It was before unknown At first I had gave doubts If the system would work well so un used were the people to the Jury eye tern but the result has been very gratifying Only men who can speak English ate allowed on juries aadI the result la that nearly all my jnryI men are intelligent men The percentage of native Puerto Ricans on my juries le about So per cent This fait frequently works well for In case the Interpreter makes a mistake In translating the words of aI witness there Is nearly atwayaa Jury man to correct hlinTbe District At torney IslIr N K B Pettingill of Florida COMPOSITION OP THE DAR The bar that plnctlces before meI Is largely composed or American natives for the fact that only the Eng IIsh language Is spoken and also be cause the native practitioners have never been educated In Amt pAn law makes It difficult for them to compete with Americans tt Is however no an Infrequent sight to see a native lawyer msylng a speech In my court In Spanish with an interpreter at hii side translating sentence by sentence There Is I think a fine open- Ing for young lawyers In Pnetto Rico particularly such as can speak Span Ish A young man trained In Amen can law and either able to speak Spanish or willing to learn to speak It by hard study alter rrlvlng In the Island could hardly fall to acquit a comfortable practice In about one forth of the time usually necessary to build upa practice In this country GOVERNMENT oat TUnnSLAND The present Chief Exeehive o A Good Hearted Manor in other words men with good sound heartS are not very numerous The increasing number of sudden deaths from heart disease daily chron icled by the Ii proof of thcalarm prevalence dangerous complIntr can foretell just when a fatal collapse J k Kremer neglectingvery risky matter If you are short of breath have pain in leftside smothering spells pat unable to lie on side especially the left you should begin taking aHeartCure J AKteunerol ArklLDlU City Kant says My beut wu so bid It wu Ira forms to lie down and I cued dedlaewupI war advised to Dr Miles candld11lieUne Dr Miles Aetadlea are sold br all druggists I CoanIuuante Dr Mlige M ritual the Island Is Gov William Hunt formerly of Montana lie was appointed by the President and ls one of the best men Imaginable for the place lie lives at San Juan where the seat ot government is and he bas been able to keep on perfect terms with the natives and to prevent anything like a radical controversy Hehas a regular cabinet consisting of a Secretary of State Secretary of the In tenor Auditor and Attorney General and these with three native Puerto Rlcans make up what Is called the lbecntlve Council This body exer clsee the same power as a State Sen ate I none of our States and has ex actly aim liar legislative powers as the House of Delegates Whlch Ii elected by the people There Is a qualified uBrtge The Governor has a power oCveto which enables him to stop almost anything that he disproves or but of course the lower House is granted the fullest powers In sending measures up to him socnrrv ON yin ISLAND IISan Juan where I reside Is a city of about a5ooo I also hold court twice a year In Ponce the lerkest city or the Islandand Myuguez The society In these places Is extremely pleasant In San Juan the army has a post under the command of Col Buchanan and ships are always touching at the harbor which gives the society of the town a touch of both army and navy life There Is the colony of which the Governor is the head and the rapidly growing colony of Americans In addition to these there are not only In the large cities but all over the Island large numbers of educated latelllgent and Interesting Puerto Ricans These mingle freely In the society of Puerto Rico and give to the society of the capital an originality It could not have otherwise TUR PROGRPSS OP EDUCATION The United States government has spent and is still spending large sums In the cause of education Pub- lIc schools are In progress aU over the Island where English Is taught and all the elementary lIranches taught In English just as they are In Louisville Many of these teachers are women from the United States others are native Puerto Ricans who proficient In the English language VALUE oat Tnn ISLAND IITbe longer I have lived In Puerto Rico the more I hIVe been convinced- of its value to the United States The soil Is wonderfully fertile and lour crops can be raised every year The Porto Ricans on the whole are amiable polite proud of the fact that they are nOW Americans and anxious to draw closer to the people of the States The chief crops on the Island are coflee sugar cane tobacco fruits and vegetables There Is no refuse land on the Island as all of It Is either tinder cultivation or Is used for pasturageISLAND NEWSPAPERS There are a number or newspapers In the island and two or three In San servicetwith the United States and we are able to follow pretty closely what le going on In the Uulted States The usual custom In San Juan Is to print a paper with English used on one page and a reproduction In Spanish on the next I believe this covers my Impres along of Puerto Rico alter a residence of nearly three years I am confident that the Island will steadily grow In value and that In the progress of time It will become mote And more like anAmerlcan State Judge Holt Is well equipped for the hisfvelt Is considered certain Prior to going to Puerto Rico Judge Holt was one of the most prominent lawyers In the State of Kentucky and was form erly Chief lustlce of the Court of Ap peals of Kentucky In this capacity he administered the oath of office to the members ot the last constitutional conventlonand sa Chief Jnstlce banded down the opinion declaring the newrconetitution according to law Louisville Post OTODHun tea1M IdSd Yot 8tls JJwlss BttQl- tIlldlatare lld f- tI A Crank It Is bno means the worst thing In the world to be called a crank I find as I prowl up and down through the earth that wherever I meet a man with sufficient individuality to stand agtlnst Impurity and shams of every kind too honest to get rich by under handmethods and too brave to be a cowardly conformist he la called a crank Whenever woman Is found who thinks more of the btaln than the hat that surmounts It she Is called a crank Wherever amal1ls found wlo honestly believes life holds bet ter things for him than to become a dancing popinJay and a social succes by flue clothd And society manners he Is a crank Wherever a young girl is found who laughs at falhlo and wears a gown to please rather than conform to a passin- style who stands by a friend at tbe risk of becoming unpopular and who W ecfc Iii a law unto herself by the dictates of her own pure sweet womanly heart she Is a crank Discoverers are cranks Philanthropists and poetsare cranks Christopher Co lnmbus was a crank and yet Chicago after 400 year turned itself head over heels to do him honor Ah well when you count on your fingers the worlds most famous cranks and note the outcome of their crankiness who would not choose but go down upon that despised IlstlA writer In Chicagollerald- I An Unconventional President President Roosevelt has recently furnished some characteristic revela lions or his true democracybe careful to read the word with a little d lIe is undoubtedly the most uncon- ventionalPresldentthat ever occupied the White House He Is never undignified but he Is entirely Independ ent of the shackles and restrictions which some are disposed to put on high office Being naturally nucon- ventioual and democratic he shows out his character as President just as he would as plain Theodore Roosevelt Some little Incidents of recent occurrence Illustrate this lust be fore the President left Oyster Bay a committee of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen called to Invite him to attend their annual convention at Chattanooga The chairman of the committee was a Democrat Most Presidents woald have given the committee a formal hearing and let It go at that President RoosevelGac- cepted their Invitation and then invited the committee to dinner to meet some other gueSts Afterward the chairmen said Why that man Is no aristocrat Ues1t good enough Democrat for meIltbere Is any such thing as aristocracy In this country Theodore Roosevelt was born Into It but he Is too much of a gentleman and too genuine a democrat to show It At Hartford the local managers or his reception foolishly Ignored the mayor In the arrangements because before his election he WAS a salesmmn In a clothing store and not a lead Ing citizen As soon as President Roosevelt learned of the situation he sent word to the mayor that he would be pleased to see him at the stayImentioned the mayor boY name among those whom he thanked Under the circumstances most officials would have thought It best not to mix In a local afiairof that kind but President Roosevelt disregarded conventionali- ties and tried to rectify what he thought was a wrong At another place when the Presl dent was asked about a demonstration or the previous day he saidIIIt was a whopper Now whopper Is not exactly a presidential word The dictionaries class It as collo qnal and It borders on slang But everybody knows what It means The dictionary gives the preference to the spelling whapper and d fines It as something uncommonly large of the kind something aston Ishing The President said whop per and everybody knew what he meant Some Presidents would have said It was an exceedingly large and Impressive demonstration That might have been more conventional but It would not have been more expressive than whopper Finally when the president met his old guide Dill Sewall at Bangor he gave him a handshake with I am glad to see you BUfand Invited him to a din nor the Governor was about to give As tha guest or honor the President had a right to Invite a friend and lie Invited 1111111and Bill went In this the President acted out his real and sincere nature without stopping to think of conventionalities He Is for men and he Is one of them Here l Am A drunken man staggered Into a church one Sunday and sat down In the pew of one of the deacons The preacher was discouraging about pre valent popular vices Soon he ex claimed Where Is the drunkard The drunken man was Just far enough gone to think the call personal so rising heavily replied Here I amlI and remained standing while th drunkards character and fate wer eloquently protrayed A few win utes later the preacher reached another head of his discourse and ask I hypocriteGently e drunkard said In an audible whisper Stand up deacon he means you this time Stand bp and take It like a man Just na 1 did It will do you good It I In dealing with man remember that a spoonful of oil will go farther then a gallon of vinegar II The same may be sold or children There III nothing so good for children as tbe Howevesmay r best medicine for disorders of tbe bowels In the more severe cases 01 diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera ald givegcure Is sure to follow For sale by all druggists m- r STOLE 300000 Widow of the President of the louIsIana State LOttery Said to Have Stolen a Large Amount From Her Husbands Es tate New Orleans Sept t5The grand jury has returned an Indictment against Mrs Rosa La Branche Dauphin widow of Maximilian Dauphin for many years president or the Louis lana State Lottery The action was not made pnblle immediately In order to enable the District Attorney to get the necessary requisition papers from Gov Heard and arrest Mrs Dauphin who Is said to be ill In or near New YorkDauphin who was president of the Louisiana Lottery Company died In 1891 His estate was Inventoried 100000 his widow and a friend be Ing executors There were other heirs Including Dauphins mother The estate was slUed up the heirs were paid their share and the widow and legatee came Into possession or the rest of the property Eleven years alter the settlement among the effects of Judge Porche who had been Mrs Dauphins lawyer In the probate case an old badly worn paper was round giving a llstof a large number of bonds which appar envy formed a part of the Dauphin estate but which had not figured In the Inventory Mrs Dauphin was called on to ex plain She failed to appear before a Louisiana court but piece by piece the trouble burled for eleven years was brought to light Dauphin had kept his money and securities In a box In his room and was a much wealthier man than many supposed Prom that box his widow It Is charged had stolen from the estate and secreted 214030 In securities and 40000 In cash In order to cov er up her work she sold the bonds Invested the money In new securities so that no trace could be round or It She kept no bank account and Jre quently had 1oo000 on her person In 1000 bills Judge Lazarus counsel for the heirs succeeded In tracing every bond for more than twelve years The court awarded judgment against Mrs Dauphin for 388o66 the entire amount with Interest Her house was seized only to find that she had removed everything and had fled I GOV Taylor of Kentucky roBy the way who Is Coy Taylor of Kentucky and where and why Is he atl asks the Times Well he Is B gentleman who made a good Attor ney General of Kentucky having by his Industry capacity and worth risen from the ijumble condltron of a poor country boy without help or friends to the foremost position In his profession He was electedand It was so declared by the Democratic canvassing boardsto the office of Governor or Kentucky by the people of Kentucky at a general State election In November 1899 And that is who he Is He was robbed of his office by the forged record of a pa rtlsan legislature and falsely accused upon the word of selfconfessed perjurers or having conspired to procure the assassination of William Goebel who was seeking to steal his office and to escape the fate of other Republican officials who have lain In Jail for all these years on charges that every honest man knows to be false and to save himself from being murdered by the robbers and perjurers he Is now living In Indiana by the courtesy or two governors of that State who have refused to recog nize the demands or those wrorgruny holding the office to which Gov Tay for was elected for his return to the barbarity of the GoebeUte gangnow In posesslon or the Stateone of whom the Times Is And that Is j end where Gov Taylor of- Kentucky and the Times and Its friends are at rrOASTODXABur theIts Kind Yol 1111 Maki Bcql- ttSlptut d r feLeg Badly Torn Madisonvllle Ky Sept IIpete DeMoss of the Ifanson country who Is engaged In the sawmill business was very seriously hurt recently While engaged In looking for a piece or machinery he was struck by a stlckwhlch was caught In the machinery and this threw him off the carriageway ou which he was standing and the carriage ran over his leg The leg was badly torn and may have to be amputated Mr DeMoss Is a brother of Mrs S T Barnett of this place EverlastIngly at it- If you toot your little tcoter and then lay aside your horn theres not knokthat you were born The man gathers pumpkins Is t1 man whe P R WOMANS BEST SRIEND SO Says Mrs Rose of New York City And Tens of Thousands of Other Women Mrs Jennie Rot J6Z iv TwentySecond Street New York City writes r The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0r Gentlemen t Peruna U a blessing to suffering womelf IullHfl with female trouble since I began menstruation adevery lsuffered two aid- three days of untold agony and had to amigo lIlT work aid dutllasoasto ben bed every month for two days at least My brother was cured of Brights Disease ftolll the UN oIPj and so- IdetermIned to try it for lIlT trouble Imagine mJ rear Joy when Ifoundthat It relieved me quite a bU the tint month and I was entirely wltbout pain during that period after having used Peruna only four months This isabout twoyeargagoasdall durlllJltht timehavasuflergdaoPaa- I caa now come and go as I lto and consider Peruaa womans hat friend and wIsh that oCry suffering woman aalgbf know that the caa tlllllrellt through the use of thla medicine rTrulyyours MRS JENNIB ROSS plows all day and the man who keeps on humping Is the man who make It lay The man who advertises with a short and sudden jerk Is the man who blames the editor because It dldntwor The man who gets the business takes a long and steady pull and keeps the lccal paper from year to year quite full lIe plans his ad vetieing In a caretal thoughtful way and keeps forever at It until he makes It pay He has faith Intll the future can withstand a shock and like a man of scripture has his business ou a rockWestern Advertiser An unwilling JurorA New Hampshire judge has In his posses slon the following letter sent to him by an old farmer who had been notl fled that he had been drawn as a juror for a certain tam of court Deer JJgeI get your letter tel lin me to come to manchester an do Booty on the Joory an I rite you these rue lines to let you know that youll have to glt some one else for It alat so that I kin leave hone now I got to do some butcherin an sort over a lot of apples Just about the time the Joory will be LettJ In your Court Si Jackman of this town says that he would as soon as not go ler he Glut notblu else to do Jess now so you better send fer him I hate the worst way not to oblldge you but I alnt so I kin at present Ibnyhow I slut much on the law never Lavin been a jooryman ceptin when old But Stiles got kilted by the cars here some yearsI ago when I was one that set boddy with the koroner So you bet ter send let St Jackman for he has got some kin In manchester he wants to vlst tnuyhow an bed be wlllln to gofer his car fare there and back Aucer back If you want SIuLlpplncotts Magazine I Josh Westhaler or Loogootee Ind la a poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm U It cost five dollars a bottle for It saved him from being a cripple No external application Is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It Is for sale by all druggists m The Renewal a Strain Vacation Is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands the hardest kind oj work has begun the renewal of which isa mental and physical strain to all except the most rugged The little girl that a few days ago had roses In her cheeks and wi the little boy whose lips were then so red you would have Insisted that they I had been kissed by strawberries ti ell have lost of the or health Now Is a time when many be a tonic which may avert much ler- 10Ja acd we know of no other to as which the nerves and and aids ment by up the whole ays tern A for Often one or the best that can toa young man with the iort of him is to be on his Do not you have no one to lean upon A well known bdce gave his son looo and told him to go to and The son at the end of the first year his all gone with habits At the close of the thq said to him Well you to this year I have no money But I gave you 1000 to ate onIt Is aU gone rr Very well my son to all I could give you You must nOW pay own way In the world A light broke In upon the vision of the young man He accom to the Mrs Ellen Battle Town Ky writer When I wrote you advice I was very bad off When I your letter I using Porous and It did lust what you said It would I hAVO bad a cough about fifteen years and your has done mo more good than I have ever used I am so to you your advico to Ellen Mrs James Grape Mlch writes been wltb pain boo toro and ever since I was I war also with other female I took your and am now weD and thank you tor your kind James Mrs John 0 write I I havo been A sufferer from ehronla catarrh for years and have lost the sense of smeU I had tour of the beet in this any benefit Now Iam once more well woman hind Peruna to be bed In the world as It has done me more fOod than my could have done for me My friends say I look ten years I tell them that Peruna dId It I cant thank you for your free John Ida Baker 0 writes I am glad to say that I am well I have taken Peruna and feel better than I have for ten year have gain twelvo and am still When I- wrote to you advice I had given up all hope of being woU again and I foci that it has saved my Ida Baker Alice Scott of Ky in II let ter to Dr says For seven long years I had been II sufferer tram catarrh of the pelvic organs which in dta of the uterus I wrote you my from to the made and much every time by your kind and letters of advice and I am noV s strong woman 148 poundsAUce Scott If you do not derive and sails results from the uBe of write stones to Dr giving a fan of your cue and he will be to give you l la advice gra Dr of The Ohio 1 Furniture Es- Mt4 tlF 4 4 Latest Designs Lowest Prices 4 bk ifiItit f 1 Bensinger i 1 IQ Brosbf14 w+ MAIN STREET LOt1ISVIILEj KYt r b1- t4 CI 9 d 1F Su e ald Off toI tai St ee 4 already something appearance children should given trouble so highly be recommended Hoods Sarsaparilla strengthens perfects digestion assimilation mental develop building story Boys things happen right material fn thrown resources complain because judge college graduate returned money several extravagant vacation judge William are going college Father gradu father it your new modated himself situation Thompson for received commenced for medicine anything thankful for meMe Thompson Elghmey trIhavo troubled daring mymontblles seventeen troubled weakness treatment adviceMe Elghmey Meyers Erhart thereby entirely physicians vicinity without receiving whatever the medicine physician younger enough dvceAlrsMeyers- lire Portsmouth pounds gaining for IUeMrs Frl1ld1n Hartman constant resulted placement telling aU complaints the- beginning present happy encouraged fatherly instruction weighing prompt factory Pernaa Hartman statement pleased valuable UI- Addrel Ilartman President Uutman Sanitarium Columbus i 320 c n For 44 Years rp BARNES RINGS Os standard for tuairy among Southern true to tlarorrecw14Ityfe ant Your al rout fathtr sue hll lather rear C P Barn hraab1ovsti4o lDo- daIa IIJDU D4 1011OCe No y 1 Id Si 71 iNa71- u 71 u v to aro WatdeemreiP4lARN asVUo- pso6 W Market St LOUISVILLE KV again left homemadehls way through college graduated at the head of his class studied law became governor of the state of New York entered the cabinet of the President of the United States and made a record that will not soon die for he was none other than William HStewartExchange I It Came With Her Your husband said the talkative dispositioner lsurposelll Mrs Henpeck significantly It I think I may safely sea dowryPhlladelphla S Hartford Republican Iaeaedby the Jlartlord 1ab1t bingCompanyI- CroRPo ATD- JOII IUSRY THOMAS Edil- orrxzsrsrot sa Cum1co1I1ud04=ou h =1vQQFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 flair or AcJverUlufT- ranllent ndvertlementa jQc per Inch lint IaertlonlOc per Inch each oddttlonallneertlon Special raW on yearly contracts local notiuIOeperline drat Itlo rc per Ue raeh additional lneerllon Card or thank reeoletlone and obitcartee10 orate a line Cash In advo- ureRepublican Ticket ror 4tvpellnte udKelnd DItrltr JUDGE u L n OUFIY- or norgantown- ANNOENCEMENTM For Clrralt Judge we are autbodudto annonnce W T OWEN or Daylea county a s candidate for CIrcuit Judge In the Sixth Jdlal Dlltrtdlubjed to the action or the Democratic party ToE Republican Stato conventions of New Hampshire Connecticut and Alabama have endorsed Roosevelt for President in 100- 2TE Davieas county Democratic committee hu called a primary for Nomveber 4to nominate a candidate for clerk of the Circuit Court ToE employee of the Western rail roads are voting on a demand for an increase of wages They are sending their ballots to a committee at Kan gat City If they dont win whose fault will it be- waltbeeditorol TOIl RutoIolCU plea- tell the public who authorized him to publllh- Mr DltkhMd card lu the Owoulburo Ihe- eengertilartford herald Sorry wo did it without authority but really wo didnt know that we had to have it GAnt you dont tote fair with the Herald in asking it to fight you on the ability of your respective candidates for Circuit Judge You are not inviting it to battleit is an invitation to surrender TnE Owensboro Messenger says William Thompson of that city has been sentenced to six months at hard labor in the county jail But what kind of hard labor can a prisoner perform in the Owensboro jail TOE Herald asks us to defend the official records ot Cleveland and Car- lisle Excuse us neighbor but it wasnt 16 to I but the Wilson bill that made the administration of these men so disastrous to the country aI SPEAKER Henderson has declined renomination by the Republicans his district The late State convention of the Illinois Republicans made a platform demanding certain tariff changes that Speaker Henderson says he cannot indorse WE want to insist on the people of Ohio county taking an active interest in the Ohio county Fair this fall Every progressive citizen in the county should bring in something to com pets for some one or more ot the nice premiums o bled MR W S BALLS the present Republican Circuit Clerk of Breckin ridge county will have no opposition for the nomination from the Repub lican party and Mr S W Bedford the present Democratic Circuit Clerk of Daviese county will have no oppo sition for the nomination from the Democratic party TiE Elks Charity Carnival at Owensboro September 2226 will be the last exhibition ot that character held under the auspices of that popu lar organization and a special effort has been put forth to make it a sue tees A visit to the Carnival will be a pleasant memory for a lifetime and everybody should attend it Tun Louisville Times says President Diaz of Mexico is at 72 servo ing his sixth term as President of the Republic and that the country is prosperous and happy under his wise administration of public affairs and the Hartford Herald says Judge Ouf fy is too old at 68 for public service and there you have it WE have received a copy of the Grayson Leader a new Republican paper launched in the city of Leitch field the 11th inst Mr George W Stone is editor and Mr James L Rowe formerly of this paper is fore man of the mechanical department Both the editorial and news departments of the Leader are of a charac ter which if kept up will make it one of the foremost country papers in the State Mn BmKIJEAD is having trouble to keep his cards revised up to the latest action of his committee fixing a date for the primary The first issue bears date ot November 4 later ho had steucilers go around and date up to November 12 and still later stene ciled back to November 4 MrBirk heada cards are getting right sharply daubed over with red inkand wed advise him to can them In and have them reissued HERALD Ys LIKENS The lIemlli and Mr G B Likens are having a newspaper controversy IUI to which is the most partizan Dem ocrat Judge Owen or Mr Birkhead Last week the Herald fireda nine stick editorial at Judo Owen the butt ot which was that Owen would not make affidavit when the legislature was about to put Ohio county in a Republican judicial district that ho could do the business of the district without making it smaller This week Mr G B Likens in a signed leUer in the Herald produces an affidavit that Owen did say ho could do the business and Gabo as the Herald familiarly calls him goes one better and by the offidavit of a Democratic Representative proves that Mr Thomas F Birkhead did actually signed a petition asking the legislature to put Ohio county in a Republican district This is not our fight but we are just giving our readers a sample of how Democratic leaders qualify a candidate for the high office of CIr cuit Judge FOR DSVILLE Mr Arthur Smith of Glendeane spent Sunday here with his parents Mr and Mrs Graham of Narrows spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Mack Smith Mr Ed Runnerwho has been visit Ing relatives here for several days left for Memphis Tuesday Miss Annie Ford who has been sick for several days Is able to be out againMrs Ruddle Hines returned from Louisville Saturday night where she purchased the fall goods and millinery for Hines Co Miss Effie Shreveof Loulsvlllewho has been visiting relatives here left last Friday for Roslne Mr Will Neel ot Whitesvllle was In town Monday prospecting with the view of locating here and buying tobacco Mr and Mrs Byron Petty of Rock port have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Maddox for several days Miss Sarah Smith went to Owens boro Monday for a visit Mr Walker rant has accepted a position with Hines Co as clerk Mrr and Mrs Beeler of KIrk came down Saturday and spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Leslie Walker Mrs J D Renfrow of Narrows spent Monday here with her mother Mrs Walker Mrs J P Gilmore returned Mon day from Herbert where she had been to attend the burial of her mother Mrs Martha Miller Mr Willie Ford recently home from West VIrginia Is now at Win chester Ky near which place he will go Into the timber business Mrs Ford and children will leave for Ow ensboro the latter part of the week A birthday dinner was given Mr J T Smith Sr last Wednesday by his children granchlldren and great grandchildren Mr Smiths birth dRY has been celebrated In this man net for several years and Is always a delightful occasion as a reunion of the family Mr and Mrs Fred Litsey of Whltesvllle were here for the reunion at Mr Smiths Wednesday Summer Is gone and our young people are still going to Sulphur Springs The following were there Sunday Misses Ella Smith Myrtle and Rosa Johnson Nancy and Mamie Smith Jessie Reynolds and Artie Wilson and Messrs Arthur Smith Edward Sweatt Robt Bransford Ed Runner and Charlie Reynolds Dr and Mrs A D McCarty who have been visiting In Oweusboro re turned home Tuesday Miss Nora Gordon and Mrs Greer Owensboro are visiting friends hereDr J IL Mawell Narrows was In town Monday SMALLIIOUS Miss Elsie Addington daughter of Mr Andrew Addington was married Sunday morning to Mr B Harper 01- Muhlenberg county Rev L P Drake officiating The happy couple left Immediately after the ceremony for the home of the groom Mrs Emma Nichols and children are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs G W Barnard and her sister Mrs J C Darnard Mrs Helen Welborn who bas been visiting her sister Mrs B T Igle hart has returned to her home In Central City Mr and Mrs Sam Dllbro of near Waltons Creek visited Mrs Dllbros parents Mr and Mrs Tom Harris Saturday Messs Ross Bennett Shelby Bil bro and Otis Brown Matanzas at tended Sunday School at the Small lions Baptist church Sunday Miss Annie Ball Rockport Is vis- Iting her sister Mrs Bud Bullock Mrs Dutch Honk MclIenry and Mrs S J Iiawktne of near Hartford visited their sister Mrs Sack Rled last Thursday and returned home SaturdayMessrs J C and J A Drake went to Centertown Saturday Several ot our young people went to Central City Saturday Mr Scott Kimmel was In our midst Saturday The prosperity that afflicts the whole country Is apparent In Owens boro The factories and foundries are all running full time and some of them are crying for more menIn qulrer WRECK OF A SOUL Lucifer and Ills Roundsman Hold a Midnight Conference Lucifer The furnaces what of themRoundsman AU full but one Luc Why empty Rounds Waiting Luc How long Rounds Worth the time Luc The bonds Rounds They cannot be forfeited Luc Erase your ciphers Talk Rounds A young woman Luc Beautiful Rounds Beautiful as the last ray of thronelight that faded on our fall Luc Sheathe your sting no more of that day- Rounds No more But her face will be beautiful In distortion and her voice rich and sweet will thrill you with Its wan Luc A catch of the nighttRounds Yea and of Luc Eer this Rounds As pure as the crystal waters that flowed by theLuc Nameless imp Ill pillar thee for thy sting Rounds Spare me but I share with you the price of a live memoryI Luc Par the last time But are you sure my dominion Is the richer or the night Rounds Sure Luc I tlreoCthese walls and moans and floodless tears detail our con quest Rounds Earths nlghtrobes favorI them The wheels turn slowlyand the steeds are spared that love may revelI Luc Was this soul not already mine Rounds No Not until tonight were her lips scorched with a kiss nor till tonight did her heart duel with Its like Luc Then yet It Is not wholly minetRounds But thecarrlage hakes to sliver heads a flask of ancient vintage Luc Good Go leisurely on your rounds I watt with gleeful patience Disobeys the Order Bowling Green Sept 16By a decision ot County Judge Charles Drake Mr Luther R Potter the former banker hIs wife and baby were or dered to go to the penthouse Mr Potter resides In the most fashionable nelghbrohood In the city and the ap pearance of the disease has caused a sensationtTwo other children of Mr Potter were sent to Smiths Grove the home of their grandparents the Revtand Mrs J S Grlder It being claimed that these children had not been ex posed to the disease Little Amelia Potter the child ant feting from smallpox Is otherwIse In poor health Dr J N McCormick Secretary of the State board of Health and the local health officers Issued a request according to the statutes for Mr and Mrs Potter and their child to go to the penthouse Owing to the physical condition of the babytts parents refused to obey The author- Ities then issued warrants for their removal and the family was quaran tined Mr Potter Instituted habeas corpus prOceedings but alter a bitter fight the writ was denied Potters attorneys will attempt injunction proceedings and hope to prevent the removal ot the parents and their childThe case has attracted more local attention than anything which has happened here In years 3 The aboyesignature lion tb wrapper or every bottle of the genuine PINK MIXTVRBth babys friend from birth until be bas his teeth All druggist Dont Shut Down the Mill When I was a boy we could always tell when the old miller was picking his burrs because the mill was shut down I anticipate there will be found those who will not favor shutting down the mill while we are turning out as good a quality of flour as at present especially If It Is likely to take very long to repair conditions Secretary Shaw at Morrlsvllle Vt August 19 1902 CASTORIAFor Infants and ChildrenI The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears thedelguaturooC ROCKPORT- Mr Kink Tichenor of Ceralvo wds In town Tuesday Mr Estel Graves and Miss Cora Reid and Miss Mabel Maddox visited In McHenry and Hartford last Sun day Mr Melvin Wilson and Miss Josie lIam Mr Robert Snedden and Miss Flora Haynes visited In Centertuwn last Sunday bir T H Ferguson of this city has gone to Illckman Tenn where he will probably locateIProf J W Petty and Dr JL Mad dox went to Ceralvo last Saturday Mr Geo W Maddox Is on the sick list Mr C D Rosa ot Smallhous was In town last Monday Rev G W Tilford attended church last Saturday at Green River Union near Centertown- Mr Owen Williams who has been very sick for several weeks la re n ported to be Improving Mr M M Howard who lives just across Green River was away from home and some rogues broke Into his house and stole nil of his money and the thieves has rrr G W Tilford telephoned to Dundee for blood hounds Mrs W D Pnlkerson of near this place received a telegram from Mr- 1V B Pulkerson at MedJathlan Tex stating that her son Otis Is expected to die Mrs Pnlterson lair at once for his bedside Mr Luther Addington of Small Lease was In town Monday Miss Myrtle Hines Is visiting In Beaver Dam and Millwood Mr Paul Landrum left Tuesday for Rochester Mr Rstel Graves will go to Leitch field next Sunday Mr Everet Smith has gone to Lew ton Ind Mr D C Petty and wife are vls- ltlnq relatives in Fordaville this week SULPHUR SPRINGS We have had considerable frost but are fiat damaged In this beau y Farmers are very busy tatting tobaccoMr Mrs R J Dn fwho were In Elizabethtown last week returned home Saturday Mrs Mary Halley and Mrs OllvR Cecil of Whltesvllle were In this neighborhood Sunday Rev J H Brown was called from Dundee where he Is engaged In a protracted meeting to attend the fu neral of Bro Romans who died Monday and was burled Tuesday Notice to Tax Payers I am mailing notices this week to delinquent taxpayers with statement- of when and where they way meet or one of my deputies In their immediate localities to pay their tax Recent statutes relative to the Sheriffs settlements with the State are very strIct and I must collect the money to meet my settlements Yon do not owe me you owe the county and Stnteand I am their agent collect your taxes For the non performance of my duty the penalties are severe and I can and will col feet the money I should be sorry to add additional cost but your taxes must be paid at once or I shall order my deputies to take money or proper tyas they go The six per cent penalty will soon go on all tax unpaid but I want to leave this In the pockets of the people If you fall to heed this warning I shall be compelled to restrain property for taxes and you will have then no just tight to complain Yours truly C P KItOWN S O c Public Speaking Judge B L D Guffy candidate for reelection to the office of Appellate Judge will address the voters of Ohio county here October 11 Every voter in Ohio county should come out to hear him Deeds Recorded V P Sherod and wife to L O Tay bar J70 acres for zooo A P Shull and wife to O W Brown 95 acres for 700 P M Bolton and wife to J B Tlch enor to acres for 195 Virgil Renlrow and wife to Rom ney Renfrow rhreefourths of an acre consideration parental affection J S Cecil and wife to Cornelia Ta tam one acre Jooo James Calloway and wile to Rebec ca Boyd 75 acres consideration parental affection Estan Williams and wile to Alvis Carter 50 acres for 300 A Ross and wile to Alvis Carter 6 acres for Iu W L Igleheatt and wile to W J Igleheart 6 acres for 200 E P Holeroft to J S James one acre for 400 or r For a bad taste In the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale hv all druggists OASTOnXAPear 0iills INd You Nm Ilsap 8rfit fflgnatare d i01 Y M C A Meeting A convention for the purpose of organizing Ohio county Into the regular State Association lrork will be held at Hartford Ky on Oct 2628 This Is a great work end a good at tendance of men who are interested In this work Is expected Each corn munity will be entitled to delegates and should send their best men Some of the best speakers of the State will address the convention do not neglect to attend the convention If you are Interested In the splrltnal Intellectual and physical welfare of the young men and boys of our conn- ty Fraternally yours T J MORTON Pres P C MILLER Secy Hows This We oiler One hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that canI be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cheney Co Props ToledoO We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last i5 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0- 1ValdingKlnnan Mnfvln Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter ally acting directly upon the blood end mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best A REPLY Rev Geo W Tilford Defends Ills Position on Whisky Traffic Iu the Issue of the Rockport News of August the azd under the caption Stripped of His Ministerial Robe I urn unjustly taken to taw and pub tidy written up fox my stand on the question ot whether It Is better to have blind tigers or Dn open saloon In the town of Rockport Now In the first place I consider this question merely as a political Is sue and one upon which each and every man has a tree end perfeet tight to exercise the right of suffrage I ss any other citizen considered the question of the greater of two evils and chose u I thought then and still think the lesser of the twoto have open saloons where whiskey Is sold according to law and where boys under age cannot procure It or to have blind tigers where It Is sold to anyone having the price of a drink After giving the above stated question years of study and also having had the sail experience of living In a town where blind tigers were plenU- Cui In my honest judgment and be lieving that I am right I favored open saloons not open saloons where the pernicious stuff would not be soldt otherwise but open saloons In preference to blind tigers You mayI claim that the law Is sufficient to knock out the blind tigers so It hasI always been If It had only been enforced but what evidence have youI that It will be enforced any more now than In the pastIMy standing on the whiskey question Is no secret What I am I am and the same to all men the same toI their lace that I am to their bacleI That I have done my duty as I sawI best both religiously and politically I feel certain In the sarcastic write up given me In the News which wasI the result of mere prejudice the edi tor of that sheet undoubtedly shows his utter Ignorance of church affairs as well as other things however well he may be up on the art of ridicule Anyone who knows anything about church affairs knows that the church Is the highest authority In a case of this kind We would suggest that the brother papa little more attention to the workings ot such organizations before he attempts to hold some one else up to ridicule simply because they differ from him In a political matter If he should study these thIngs a little closer he would doubt less fall to show his gross Ignorance so plainly when he takes up the quill to hold some other brother who hap pens to differ from him up to rid tale In his apace filler of slang de voted to me he says I had the case of my dismissal brought up before the General Alfolatlon Such a statement Is absolutely destitute of truth though It wai published In his paper and for his readers to read Dont the author know that the General Association has not yet assembled this year Such Is the case at any rAte as all who are at all informed know The association which was In session and adjourned a short time since was only the annual association and positively had nothing to to with such cases The General Association does not meet until about the last of November As to the moral standing of the town since open saloons have been In vogue I would clteyou to the amount of fines collected since they opened up Pines for the latter part of Jane were about 8 for July about 32 for the month of August nothing and for the month of September nothing to date How Is that compared with bllpd tiger reign During blind ti ger supremacy If all persons violating the town ordinances had bern arrest ed and fined according to law the fines would have exceeded 25 per month How many windows have been smashed since the advent of the saloon How many pistols have been discharged within the town limits In comparison with the number dis charged In one single night during blind tiger times How many times has the hotel and post office been shot Into since WI have had open sa boons Now these are pertinent questions and fair ones and questions that have no tendency to ridicule and above all this Is not to vent per sonal enmity or to abuse but simply to defend myself as I pride myself on having honor enough that If I have any thing personally against a man to go to him face to face and tell him Instead ot resetting to newspaper publicity and trying to make person al matters public Hence this article Is written only In the spirit o1 self defense My position has been stated and all who read can know that I have been attacked through the columns of the News for no other purpose than to ridicule my actions In a matter that does not In the lesat con tern the editor of the News A good policy for men to adopt Is to attend to their own affairs A thing I have done but am sorry to say I cant say so much for the editor of the News who wilfully wrote an article rldlcnl lug me and published as he says As a mere news Item and then invites me to engage with him In some mudslinging A pitch battle of words Is what you want eh First show yourself competent to discuss this or any other matter Impartially and In an Intelligible way and then promise to keep your pen out of vitriol and I shall try to defend myself as best I I can GnORG W Tt4PoRD Town Marshal Rockport w Black Hair III have used your Halt Vigor for five years and am greatly pleased with It It certainly re stores the original color to gray myltalrsoflMrsHelen Ayers Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for tiny years and it never fats to do this work either You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling for keeping your scalp clean and for making your hair grow SII kill All drg lda- It your druggist carrot enpply you rimeyouabottleJOur lIrn nrreoJ a AYEll CO JAIIIMUI KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Give Annual Picnic at Fair Grounds Tuesday Rough River Lodge Knights of Pythlas gave their annual picnic at the Pair grounds Tuesday at which the Knights their wives and children and a number of Invited guests spent pleasant day Owing to the high character of the members of thIs very popular order the picnic was a social affair we vlsl tors were pleased to attend The day was an Ideal one for an outdoor meeting The meats were Ideally cooked the delicacies furnished by the ladles were Ideally prepared and the table servile was excellent and the watermelonswe were about forget themwere plentiful ripe and sweet Central Business College Notes Our school has been progressing nicely since our last writing Messrs henry P Addington and Hubert Stanley were pleasant callers Thursday Misses Isabelle Cox Ida Park and Mr henry Nail were pleasant callers MondayMr B Wedding conducted exercIses Tuesday morning by giving a description of his trip through the Red Sea Revs Coakley and Miller were pleasant callers Tuesday morning Miss Willie Rocker was absent from school two days this week Mr Albin Potln who has been sick for several days entered school again Monday Profs lsnklDs and Patterson at tended the K of P dinner at the fall grounds Tuesday or Wator Curo for Chronic Constipation 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 alter each meal Take ltti of outdoor exereir walk ride drive Make a rrJulal- habit ei this and In many cases chron Ic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When e purgative Is rrrulred take somethin mild and gentle like Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Foraal- by all druggists m Louisville Market CATTln Choice to prime shipping steers 6 5oe 6 7s Medium to good steers 5 so 6 J Choice butcher steer 5 oo0 5 5s Medium to good butchers 3 750 4 4C Common to medium 3 25e 3 7 Canners 1500 z Good tocholceeeders 4 4o0 4 7 Common to medium 3 50e 4 cc Good to extra stock steers 3 750 4 35 Common to medium z oo5o Good to med stock heifers a 750 3 2 Plain light mixed stockers a a50 s es Good to choice bulls 3 00 3 40 Medium to good bulls a so0 3 00 Choice veal calves 5 5o0 6 z5 Corn to medium calves 3 one 4 zS Choice to fancy mach cows 3000400 Medium to good 25 oo e 35 Plain common i8 oc0 25 oc- JJOGS Choice packing butchers son to 300 lbs 7411 Med packers J61 to zoo 7 40 Choice light Ize to t6o 7 2- Cholceplgl90 to Ian 6 256 7 Good pigs 50 to 90 5 5c0 6 a Roughs J50 to 5co 6 oc0 6 8 suRui AND LAMB Good to extra shipping 3 o00 3 JO Pair to good a 5o0 a 7 Common to medium 1750 a a Bucks 15o a z 25 TILE GRAIN MARKET WheatNo s 7oc No 3 68c rejected a08c less on levee IyfC less Cornwhite 66 mixed 63yfc yellow 69- COatsWhite 36e mixed a9Sfc The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices THE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Pork I7 oo- HamsChoice sngar cured light and special cure I2J0r4yf c heavy to medium J3r3Mc- DaconClear rib sides uJc regu tar clear sides Rage pecked breakfast bacon r4Hc sugarcured shoulders JOc bacon extra JJMc LardPrime steam In tierces zoUc choice leaf In tierces JJ M CoIn tubs uyfe pate leaf lard in tierces rzc regularlIear E P BARr ES BRO t Sinco the closo of our sominnnuni inventory wo nro fin ing over nook and corner of our spacious building with advance shipments of Autumn llerchandisor and nro placing thorn on salo ns fast ns wo can get to thorn The odds and ends of our Summer Stock are being closed out at deopcut prices and thero are great bargains hero for purchasers of this class of Merchandise Have you made up your mind to buy a Cooking Stovo this If you have dontI fail to see our line of O K Stoves and Ranges We guarantee perfect satisfaction in their use and their reputation for long sorvico is unquestioned We carry from the smallest Box Stoves to the mammoth Steel Range ropresont- ed in the abovo cut FertilizersYou have possibly boon planning and thinking nlremlyI about heat sowing and you know too that I wheat growing is duo largely to proper fertilization have been distributors of tho Horse Shoo brands of WoI for 18 years and when wo toll you that wo can give you good n WheatGrowor as is made wo know by experience asI C1n do it Dont buy any brand of Fertilizer until you hno investigated the lIorso Shoo brand and if it does not stand a satisfactory test and provo to bo the best goods sold in Ohio county dont buy it 1Ne Want To soil you an Old Hickory or Tennessee Wagon n Stove Buggy or Surrey n Superior Wheat Drill nIl of which are of the highest standard of their class and the name of E 1IBarnes tC Bro is indicative or the lowest possible price i BeaVer Darn I- fyrcl1j I itgt least money this is the place 4 for you Now is the time to i buy Summer Clothing 30 perIfI Straw Hatsany price Must go I Cant5 Miss Our Slippers See them Its 5c a shameto slaughter them but they must go 4 t Our Summer Goodsi A Like the Last Rose of Sum mar must go at any price 4Must have room for Fall Stock 5For the Best Bargains ever offered in Hart ti5ford call around and see my tstocle It will cost you nOth Come to see me I t SAM BACH I KentuckySIL tM44444J If You Want t4 IItTo keep posted and thervc lse 4- TheEt wellinformed subscribe fl rJpublican y And get all the news all thee tiek j t 4 S v T II Cl New Fall GoodsI bl+ Cl = ifJustreceived our entire lino of Fall Dress it = Goods in Woolens for Suits Skirts Waists Etc 42 ti Our line is composed of all the leading staples = rand fimcy weaves in black Also the lending Inovelties in Fancy Patterns And the best of it hi is tho prices aro LOWER than over before Anyf C 3 ladycan bo fitted out complete at our story U 42 I at a surprisingly low pricoiti3 Our E Arc also in and ready for your careful inspec lion All tho new shades in Taffetas Penn do tSois Gros Grains Chinas Etc You cannot ffail to bo pleased with this choice selection fIle = t qualities are the best tho prices lower than tt Black tskSilk425c yard Just the very goods you need too r tl+ 41 4 make one of G 42istrf7J the latest McCall Patters Price lOc and 15c 4y none higher Visit our place for your Fall Out f fashionable4V lot p Jj Dress Goods Silks Etc besides giving you tho it corrot idea as to how it should bo = madoit42 R THE PLACE IS ftail f4 Jl E 4 GEs tit421f49 0 I a I I1II a a I a a a 1111111 a 111111111 11111111I Ht t Bllloiunew Makes Chronic Invalids Wb a MM Urer U torpW and talk to do If worti the bus town tba blood M a ttnJeo pouoo Tbea toms OoOSMpwoa MUoweaa sea bedaebeteen and Btluit tTba ooJy trttbMBt bat 111l1li the llnr Jut she tight touch sad wear Nbin wen t13 the rIib- IImaeaer lqsJnit pan tooebt ID Urn ud Uw peUeU tma IM1 r Z cicaaa tor dateoatlbeectatad- akr jour MM U xeMdiocr tad ton v win be vnU befon you gate theSample bM Pot oak uraU deaIeN For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 I Tweddell makes good meal Try him tf Just received a nice line of Cakes at Cleve Ilers All kinds of Canned Goods at City Restaurant Bananas Oranges and Cocoannts at Cleve Ilers Cheese Sausage and dried Beef at Cleve Ilers Mr Jasper Patton near town Is on the rick list You will find a nice line of Candles at CleveIlers For an upto date meal or lunch go 40 City Restaurant You will find the Diamond brand oil Coffee at Cleve Ilers For Fruits Candles Cakes c go to City Restaurant I Cleve Her will aerve hot and cold lunch during the Fair Miss Stelle Warner has accepted a position with Carson Co Fresh Fish and Oysters just received at City Restaurant nor Mrs Pete Shown of the Alexander Helehborfcood has typhoid fever The Ohio County Teachers Insti white will beheld here October 711 Telephone yonr orders tor Grocer lee to Cleve Per Rough River phone No r5- You will find Cleve Ilera Lunch room next door to Economy Dry Goods Store LOSTA pair of small scissors In leather case Finder will please return to this office Novelties In Belts at Fairs Big line of Trunks at Sam Bach The new Apllque collars are at Fairs 36 In brown Domestic 4c at Fairs SG for good quality Canton Flannel at Fairs When In town call on Cleve Her for a lunch I New Silks Velvets and Dress Goods at Pairs See Pairs new Watstlngs at roc aoc 500 and 750 Big size bed Blankets 6oc Good quality Comforts 750 I For Fresh crispy Crackers and Cakes go to City Restaurant Pall Opening Millinery Saturday at Fairs Everybody invited I All goods delivered anywhere In city limits free at Cleve Ilers Ice Cream Soda Water Lemonade Phosphates at City Restaurant Ask for Boys Twin Owl Shoes ECONOMY STORK Ham Sandwitches during the Fair Cleve Her next door to City Restau rant Big line of Clothing the latest and most serviceable ttyles at Sam Bachs Big line Hosiery fleeced lined and plain cotton sc to soc per pair at Fairs Cream Cheese Rock Cheese San sage Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant The best place to buy yonr fall Shoes Jeans Flannels and Llnseys is at Pairs AT Bad Breath-A V d A bad breath means a ba stomach a bad digestion bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills cure con stipation biliousness dyspepsia i sick headache Ira All dnggsts WIIIbroBUCKINGHAMS DYEMftr N D H f MU A N HMMM NM The celebrated Iiamilton Bto Shoe Is sold by Sam Bach Eve ry pair guaranteed No trouble to select a new Woolen Dress or Skirt at Fairs All shad at all prices Miss Isabel Cox has accepted a sition as saleslady In Mrs Sara Co 1un line Smiths store Dr D W King the Osteopath at W G Hardwlcks Call on him for examination tf County Attorney W H Barnes who has been sick for several days is able to be out again We do all kinds of job work from a visiting card to the largest posteri Give us your orderIGive your laundry to Robert A Bennett Owensboro Steam Lana dry The protracted meeting which be been In progress here for the last ten days closed Wednesday night Remember we deliver goods to anyplace I In the city limits TelephoneI us your order Both CARSON Co Ask for W B Corsets If you wen to look well In your new fall suit ECONOMV STORnBHVflHM M MVi Fresh Oyster and Celery at Cleve D ere Fair week and will continue t handle them during the winter season Ifyon have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring it to Mcllvala the Jeweler Hartford House Its time to put away that light Underwear and Invest in a new suit at Sam Bachs Warm serviceable and cheap The north section of the Griffin building Is undergoing repairs for T J Turley Cos farming Implement 8 business Sam Bach Invites yon to take a peep at his elegantly dressed show windows and see a sample of the fine goods sold within R L Tweddell is now tob grind your corn Satisfaction guar1c anteed Mill located southend Iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Mr Jake Landers and Miss Eva tlorer G J Bean officiatingI I Mens Wool Suits only 175 at Sam Bachs sizes 35 to 42 Black Clay Worsted Suits only 300 sizes 35 to 42 See those allwool boys suits at Sam Bachs for only 140 sizes 8 to 15 years Youths black Clay Worsted Suits only iao slzts 14 to 19aAsk for W R Corsets it you dont expect to get a fall suit for they will make you look like you bad ou a new suit ECONOMY STOUt Dont forget that next Saturday September the aoth Is our Opening Day A beautiful display In every In line CARSON Co Gents do not fall to come and ex amine our stock of Clothing and Fur nishings The styles and patterns are the very latest CARSON co 01You11GoodsBank MRS SARA COUINS SUITfl On most farms the supply of stable manure Is absolutely Insufficient Armours Animal Fertilizer supplies the deficiency Sold by T J Turley Co Hartford Ky A Our stock of Dress Goods is composed of the latest patterns that can the be had on the market Come and see the them CARSON Co A S T Barnett Co Riley building have the very best fresh and cured p1 meats lard etc at reasonable prices fe SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come somewhereThe of red blood areg found in the soft core of bones called the marrow and 11frommarrow and healthy spleen nlScottsblood by feeding the boneIt marrow and the spleen the richest of all fats the pure It cod liver oil For pale school girls invalids for blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a leasant and richE bloodfood V t not only e the bloodmaking organs but Jn SItheIrSend for free umple SCOTT lie BOWNB 4ONS Jca1 t NCWYork- yea13dyr oo I a1J4JU11 I Goods delivered from 7 to to a m Home phone No in Saevery pair guaranteed you have anything to sell or Jwant to buy anything let the peep know it by advertising InTnuRB POBUCAJJ our Opening Day Saturday IOn the 20th we will present visitor with a beautiful souvenir Dont fall to come and get one WnCARSON CoI Ladles our Millinery department will be ready for inspection Saturday September the aoth Pay us n visit sand see the many Hats that are elm ply beauties CARSON Co Biggest line of Gloves ever shown Hartford at Sam Bachs Boys Gloves and Mens working Gloves everylaWilbert Sullenger and Lewis Can nlgham colored who have been In jail here charged with robbing Alfred Stewart were acquitted in an exam In ing trial Tuesday before Judge Miller Mr J H Thomas baby Is very sick Its trouble Is due to Indlges flora It has lived wholly upon chem Ically digested food for several days It Is slightly Improved at the hour of going to press aThe colored people of Ohio countyt will celebrate Emancipation day in the McHenry grove near Hartford Monday Sept 22 Every colored an woman and child in Ohio coon is requested to attend Mr Randolph Gelating of Spring ott were city Wednesday Mr Gelsllng Miss Lamar visited the family of Capt S K Cox here this summer IPure Bone Fertilizer for tale I will give you the best prices ever made ou pure raw bone Call and see the State Chemists test F M WfiSTEBFIED Hartford Ky The teat farmers are those that make their farms pay without decreasing the fertility of the soil They use Armours Animal fertilizers which improve the soil and grow the largest crops Sold by T J Turley Co Hartford Ky If you want a Pea thrasher Wheat Droll Disc Harrow Wagon Buggy Cane Mitt Evaporator or Field Seed call on D t D Sanderfnr Beaver Dam Ky Also will unload Fertll September 22 1902 ten cents at the car 94 Mrs Lizzie Cawthon will visit her brother and family Mr and Mjs Bob Forrester Friday Saturday and Sun when she will return homo to bedside of her daughter Mrs Su Pace nee Bowman who Is very low with consumption Mrs Cawthorna many friends sympathize be with her in her sad bereavements Alex Foster charged with cutting end wounding James Stewart near Rosins about two weeks ago was ed given an examining trial here Tues day and held in the sum of ftoo to the action of the grand jury atal the November term of court gave bond and was released from ens of tody OIL FOUND a Well at Narrows in Eastern End of County While digging a well for his bust ness honse at Narrows Mr John B Renfrew struck a phenomlnal how of of at a depth of shoat thirtyfive feet workman who was digging In he well was mystified when he ruck a flow of a heavy black oily uid and notified theman above to haul him aloft The news spread quickly over the little village and in ten minutes fifty men were in the vicinity of the findG bystander whose interest exIcited volunteered to go down wU and bring up a black fluid which be quickly didt1 bucket of the 011 was brought to qn the surface and when a match was ap a it the flames shot j fretthere can be little doubt and an effort will be made byMrRenfrow and other citizens of the town to make further investigations Into the rich deposits- of be all that Is believed to lie at no very great depth below the snnface ol the earth 4feBrother Romans Dead Rev R F Romans died of a con estive chill at his home near Horton Monday and was burled at Liberty to burying grounds Brother Romans out mans allotted time and a large family of children Neatly a halt century ego he enteredp the ministry of the Baptist and lived the gospel he preach He was not a great preacher but his humble homely way he tbcnwas rather the gospel he lived than the be for which he andre1Qr Warriaee License William M Harper Bremen to liza AddIngton Smallhous Edward J Ashley Echoic to Lula- may Smith Ceralvo Thos E DavIson Taylor Mines 0WStratton Hartford n A P Drake Godman to MauJe Brown Centertown ABOUT PEOPLE Mr J W OBannou Select was In town Monday Col CMBarnett returned to Lout vllle Wednesday IeMr S M James Select was town Wednesday Mr J H Moore Morgantown was In town yesterday Mr Otis Morris LIvermore w- In as town Wednesday Mrs Fannie Taylor Is visiting rel atives In Owensboro Mr Owen Wilson Horse Branch was in town Monday Mr W T Woodward McAenr was in town yesterday Mr Sherman Vlck Owensboro was in town Wednesday Attorney 2 T Proctor of Leltch field was In town Tuesday Mr Thomas Allen of Rosine was among our callers Tuesday Mr and Mrs Rowan Holbrook were in Owensboro Sunday Mr M L Heavrln went to Fords vllle and Owensboro yesterday Hon R C Jarnagln and wfeBeav er Dam spent Sunday In town Mr Curtis Bean of Olaton was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday Mrs M G Rowe Greenville is visiting the family of Mr Henry Field Rev Jolla R Jones of Warrick county Indiana called on us Wednesday Mr F L Felix and family are spending a few days with relatives atI Olaton Mr Sam Bach was in Cincinnati the first of the week buying his fall stock of goods Mr and Mrs Ike C Adair Fords vllle will visit relatives at HawesI vllle next week Mrs B A Ford rOwensboro is visiting her sister Mrs B F Wallace Fordsvllle Mrs JBDavidson and little daughter are visiting relatives at Horse Branch this week Mr Monroe Harrison of Owens boro visited friends near Narrows the first of the week Judge R R Wedding and little daughter Miss Daisy are going toI Louisville tomorrow Mr George Huff went to Louisville hoIMisses Electra and Edith Carson who have been visiting in Owensbo TO returned home Tuesday Attorney Ernest Woodward has returned from Calhoun where he has been attending Circuit Court Mrs Julia Renfrew who has been visiting friends at Petersburg Ind has returned to her home at Dundee Mrs Dr A F Stanley went to Owensboro yesterday where she will- sthe guest of friends for several daysMrs Dellah Hoover and daughtera Mrs Settle Greer of near relatives In Owensboro the first of the weeksa Mrs W B Cook ol Owensboro QQrMr Herbert Sanders of McHenry Divorce SuitsIBernice Dodson vs Gilbert Dodson grounds abandonment Josle Kendall vs Carson Kendall same groundag4 v John Byers Dead Mr John flyers died of Brlghtsdl sease at his residence three miles east Horse Branch Wednesday and was buried Thursday on the farm on which lived Mr Byers was about sixty five years old at the time of his death D and was a citizen who enjoyed the al confidence and good will of those who knew him Trees Full of Peaches Mrs Polly Crow who lives on r avenue has two trees that are OI with fine peaches They are probably the only trees In the county have more than a very small of fruit The tree stand In protected situation and were not Injured by the sleet last winter or the osts of the spring Inquirer Home Telephone Company The people of Ohio county should commended for their loyalty to the Home Telephone Company in Four years ago some of our enter prising citizens recognizing the need a telephone system in Ohio county risked their money and eflorts in sup plying the need and put in an exchange here with tines reaching out every important section of the for county fo Soon after the organization of the Home Company the Cumberland Telel hone Telegraph Company a for sign corporation entered the field and offered various indncements to our people to give their patronage to company but Ohio county peo very sensibly reserved their pat = ronage for the Home Company It Is fortunate for our home people that they took this sensible view of situation If the Home Company were out of the way this foreign cor poration would raise their toll rate to prices exacted In other town where Ktoby home people and should the patronage of home peoplew The Cumberland Company a manager from Tennessee and an ex change operator who does n live in the county while the Home Company pays every dollar of its expenses to Ohio county people The Home Company gives a very reasonable toll rate and Its existence Is vital theynA SHOOTING SCRAPE Harry Woodburn Shoots the Marshal of Rockport and Lands in Jail Monday night a gang of toughs gooYd me went on their periodical rampage in which they were contributing pretty freely to the powder trust Mr George W Tllford marshal of Rock port undertook to quell the rio tat when HarryWoodbnrn took a crack him with a shotgun Fortunately the men were so far apart that though hit the marshal was not seriously wounded In attempting to draw his pistol from his pocket the marshal shot himself through the right foot The Sheriff was telephoned for and sent two of his deputies to Rockpo and they arrested young Woodbnrn and brought him here Tuesday morn- Ing snd locked him up to await the actlonof the grand jury A more merlons charge will proba bly be lodged against Woodbnrn Monday afternoon while the family were away Mark Howards residence near Rockport was entered and rob- btd ol about 25 in cash Mr How ard telephoned to Dundee for bloodhounds and the dogs took a trail from Howards residence and followed It to the home of Woodburn When arrested Woodburn had 12 on his person In small bills suc as had been stolen from Howards house When questioned about wher he got the money he claimed to hav found It- Woodbnrn Is about eighteen years old and is said to be a pretty tough character He is a son of Mr Henry Woodburn a farmer living near Rock portHenry Woodburn is one of the very best citizens In the county and has we understand made persistent but futile efforts to correct the habits of boyA man by the name of Squid Williams who was In the shooting scrape and who the blood also trailed to his home fled H H Pierce deputy marshal of Rockport followed the lad and arrested him at Padncah to Young Williams walked to Central so City and boarded a train for Paducah Pierce made the trip on the same train with Williams but did not see him until they reached that city w Pierce reached Hartford with his catch Wednesday afternoon and landed him In jail When caught Williams had abont ti ix dollars in small bills on his per son and this with the six dollars for his ticket to Paducah to about half of the sum taken from Howards house As above young Woodburn had the amount of the other half These boys are chums and while enough when sober are said to Of be pretty tough when drinking They will likely leave off drink for a at least Jersey Cow for Sale One good six year old Jersey cow milk Apply to- tf c M BARHBTT A Pious Preacher Dies Rev James Davis died of paralysis- at his residence near Mt Pleasant Tuesday night and was burled at Mt Pleasant cemetery yesterday Rev J K Maddox preached the Isaac Brother Davis had been a preacher of the Baptist church for fifty years and was about seventy years old at the time of his death He was born and raised In the community in which he died and gave his life work to the upbuilding of his home people May his spirit rest In peacea The above signature If on th rnapper ornery bottle or the genuine OWENS PINK MIXTU Bthe babys from blrt1- until he has his teeth All druggists If Judge Gully we re a Democrat he would be a second Abraham Lincoln the eyes of men who are now howl- Ing him down Brecklnrldge News Excursion Rates Louisville Horse ShowOn account above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare round trip with limit to Oct 3rd returnOn Kentucky Horse Breed Association Lexington Ky Oct 7th to ith round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Lexington Ky and return for J555 Tickets on sale Oct 6 to 16 final limit Oct iStb What are Humors Thcjf are vitiated or morbid fluids coon Ing the reins and affecting the tissues They aro commonly duo to detective dleco tlon but are sometimes Inherited now do they manifest themselves In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls In weakness languor general debility Ho ware they expelled By Hoods Sarsaparilla hich also builds op the system that has suffered from them It Is tho best medicine for all humors- of U v u rMMv Generation Ago I Coffee could only be bough Centuryway Lion Coffee way sealed packages al wars correct la weight clean Irish uniform and retaining Its rich flavor r tenderlyPack Your old Summer Clothes That have given such wear Now for Something New For tho folks who are so pitifully poor or recklessly rich For Ladies wo havo in dress goods Chiviots Venetian Cloths havotWMinormoro perfect fitting Corset cannot bo found on tho market The one thing that pleases the ladies most is a pretty Hat Yes we have lots of them Our Millinary department is simply running over with them A moro choice selection you never saw before so como early and got your pick Because wo havQnot mentioned anything morn for tho ladies do not think wo havnt got them for we have Just como in and if you dont see what you want ask for it itJ GENTSYou will freeze if you wear your summer suit to tho fair We carry in stock Sonnoborns satiseyou we can make you a suit to order Wo represent M Born Coalso Ed ward Rose d Co and guarantee a fit or money refunded In Shirts wo carry tho Stag brand which is well mado and of showy patters In Hats we havo tho Liberty Special and Liberty brand NOW FOR YOUR FEETCan you find a bettor or Wohavesatisfaction Wo havo many more things for gents that will add to their appearance Come and see We havo told you something in the way of what wo have wear and wo will also tell you what wo havo to live on you can wear those things Wo havo a choice lino of Gro curies and the freshest things are always found in our stock anyhenOur lino of Furniture is uperb You should see itNow a few more words and wo will lot you rest for this me Our business in tho last six months tins exceeded our expectations by far and wo havo enlarged our stock preparatory to increasing business for this fall Ifyou will como on Saturday September 20 to our gen oral opening you will seo tho grandestdisplay in ovary lint that was ever shown in Hartford On that day wo will bo prepared to give each visitor a nice souvenir in appreciation their visit and as a remembrance for their patronage of tho past Wo beg to remain Your friends Carson fCo OHIO COUNTY FAIR e t G x 41 i Q a The largest and most liberal list of pre miums ever offered in Ohio County will an army of competi- torsATTRACTX01TS Unequaled and unprecedented should draw the greatest crowds ever seen at the Fair Grounds FOtJ1t J YS Of rest recreation and pleasure for the multitudes who are coming The Dates October 1 2 3 4 The Place Hartford Ky GUNS GUNSWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF Shot TargetAMMUNITION Guns And iMpMtfollr uk you to call sail M the largest anti boat Ua ot Shot O13na am la HarforO PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 Illinois Contral Railroad Tlmo Tablo New time card taking effect Sunday flee 2 KM nt noon r ant llniiiiil Nnnlh hound No in tine 4OS m No Ill dtnll17 a m No IMilaeMTn m No 101 tIne 247 p m- NomdoeUi30piac No 131 due 8001 H- iIocnl FrelIItIM No 10ldn70ara o193die2f pm 8 D VAXUCTEB Apent IFOR i IALSBet CM- Ultima Mdbrdrurelnlt CONS UM P T I O N i BOOKS OF THE BIBLE A Rhyme That Tells How to Re u peat Them in Order ChurchgoIng people sooner or later learn the names of the books of the Bible but even they as well as tbe lltsrary person looking for historical facts find it difficult to repeat them In order unless some thread of Interest holds them together Here Is a set of rhymes which may be used with succes OLD TESTAMENT The great Jehovah speaks to us Itj t In Genesis and Exodus Leviticus end Numbers see Followed by Deuteronomy Joshua and Judges rule the land Ruth gleans the leaf with trembling hand Samuel and numerous Kings appear Whose Chronicles we wondering hear Ezra and Nehemlah now Esther the beauteous maiden show Job speaks in sighs David in Psalms And Proverbs teach to scatter alms Ecclesiastes then comes on And the sweet song of Solomon Isaiah Jeremiah then With Lamentations takes his pen Ezekiel Daniel Hoseas lyres Swell Joe Amos Obadiahs Jonah MIcah Nahum come And lofty Habakkulc finds room Ztphanlab Haggal calls Rapt ZecharIah builds his walls And Malachi with garments rent Concludes the ancient Testament NEW TESTAMENT This is the way the gospels run Matthew Mark Luke yd John Then comes the Acts inviting you The aroslollc church to view The Romans and Corlnt lan are To cities sent renowned alar Galatlans and Epheslaas Inei Wrote by the came insplied pen Fhlllpplans and Colosilans stand With Thescalonlas near at hand Timothy leads to Titus on This brings us down to lhemou The Hebrews then we gladly find And that ot James comes close bcjind To Peter then our thoughts we give With loving John we wish to Lye Pious Judge will pleice the toul And Revelation close the whole The Republican Wave The Republican plurality in Maine has a sgnlficauce which should not bt overlooked The lead is in tile neighborhood of 27000 which is 3 ooo more than that ot the election in the middle of the previous Preslden till term That year too 1893 was the year of the Spanish war in which the country had gained territory and lime and which was thus especially favorable for the Republicans Mote over the Democrats made a much stronger canvass this year than they did in 1898 They made an earnest RepublicanAImagined that they would early the StateThus it is Hen that the Republican wave is still at the flood In the Maine election a full set of State of ficers a legislature and the States four members of Congress were chos en National issues Cgiicd with great prominence in the contest Spellbinders from all over the conn lvlOTHERilOOD Tho greatest ambition of Amer havohomeswoman afflicted with female dls withbecomingmedicine can restore deador gans but Wino of Cmdo does regulate derangements that pro vent conception does prevent wenkInerves and docs bring babloa to homes barren and desolate for years thohealththy children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardul from your dea- lerWICARDU1IU Market etreot Momphl TODD April U IDOl ofWhioheeDmarriedWlaeotCardl1J SIIDOIThetOC1Nowhoneeallaln IMhorfI11mealClaUcooga Tern c try were sent into the State so as to reduce tile Republican lead and thus give the Democratic campaign man agers a chance tt say that the tide was running against the Republicans A rrlnctlon in the Republican margin would bave receivedwith joyous acclaim by tbe Democratic press and stumpspeakers over the countryAn outlook that Is particularly bright presents itself to the Republi cans in the coming congressional can vass But it will not do for the ctm palgn managers to take anything for granted They must see to it that a stroig canvass Is put up all over the country The vote must be brought out All the conditions favor tbe Republican but there must not be anything like indifTeience on the Re publican side Overconfidence has lost the Republicans more than one election They have a popular Presi dent an efficient Congress and a policy which commands tbe adhesion of a large majority of the people The Maine result shows that the Repub lican party can win in the coming congressional election Ifltscampaiga managers and workers do their duty Every Republican vote must be brought to the polSt Louis GlobeDemocrat ATTENTION 1C A R Harpers Ferry picturesque and beautiful was captured or iecaptnred eight times in three years Harpers Ferry the gate to the Shenandoah Valley Wherfthe three States of Virginia West Virginia and Maryland come together where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers unite where the towering steps of Blue Ridge end abruptly frowning upon the heights ot Maryland and Bollver Heights in West Virginia lies the quaint historic town ot Harpers Feny John Brown baptlzd It in blood in 1859 when he captured the town and the U S Ar senal and made his final and fatal stand in the engine house known afterwards as John Browns Fort alongside the Baltimore Ohio Rail road A plain shaft simply inscribed now marks the location Again In 1861 grim visaged war seiz 1 the village and held It tight in is grasp for nearly tour years The deeds that were done and the tales that are told concerning Harpers Feny fill volutns The heights at Harpers Ferry guarded the Shenandoah Valley It was a most Impcrtant stronghold to be de ird when some great campaign was plannd by either army From Harpers Perry the Shenen doah Division ol the Baltimore Ohio R R extends Southward to Charleston Winchester Hairlsonburg and Lngton Battlefields surround the village in all directions The B O SW will make very low tales to Washington D C and return during G A R Encampment All trains tunning through historic Harpers Ferry For particulars ask you nearest Ticket Agent or address the undersigned O P McCarly Generr Patienger Agent- Cincinnati Ohio 0 In reply to inquiries we have pleas ure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm Is like the solid prepara tion ofthat admirable remedy in that It cleanses and heals membranes af fected by nasal catauh There is no drying or sneezing The Lquid Cream Balm is adapted to use by pa tients who have trouble in inhaling through the nose and prefer spraying The price Including spraying tube is 75 cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Public Speaking Judge B 14D Guffy Republican nominee for Judge of the Coutt of Appeals in the 2nd Appellate District will address the people at the follow lug times and places viz BurksvlUe Tuesday Sept 23 Marrowbone Wednesday Sept 24 Tompklnsvllle Friday Sept 26 Jlmtown Fountain Run P 0 Saturday Sept 27 Scottsville Monday Sept 29 Alleu Springs Tuesday Sept 30 Bowling Green Wednesday Oct tIFrankln Thursday Oct 2 Russellvllle 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 Tutsday Oct 9 Central City Friday Oct 10 at nightHartford Saturday Oct II Reedyvllle Tuesday Oct 14 Brownsville Wednesday Oct 15- Rlchardsville Thursday Oct 16 Speaking to commence at 2 oclock p m except Central City when it will begin at 730 p m His Pround Record We point with pride says the Texas Trigger to the proud record of Senator Sluggem who needless to say is our candidate for reelection This is what he hash accomplished during the last term Mode a postmaster of the editor ot the TriggerIan 100 000 to Improve Rocky river Secured an appropriation of5o 000 to locate Rocky riveriSecur 1 an coo to provide Rocky river with a pumping station One black eye One bloody nose Shot at three times Returning fire three times Mlcsed one Bit off two ears Choked five opposing Senators Knocked out four Senators Broke eight senatorial jaws Agreed to give return matches to all his opponents- In view of the amount of unfinish ed statecraft that falls to his los we are of the opinion1 that the only prop er course for the people of the State to pursue is to honor hlm with another term Baltimore Atnea lean- NOBODYONLY v BRYAN Nobody knows the work it makes To keep free silver from dyln Nobody knows the talk it takes Nobody knows but Byan Nobody knows the hard campaigns And the sleepless nights of cryin Nobody knows the mental strains Nobodyonly Bryan Nobody knows the plots and plans And the six long years of lyln Nobody knows nor understands Nobody does but Bryan Nobody ever twice met defeat And still kept right on tryln The same old Issue to rept Nobodyonly Bryant Nobody clings to the sliver song Their better sense denyln While jollied by the passing throng Nobody does but Bryan Nobody thinks that Bills the man To vote for and rely on Nobody does nobody can Nobodyonly pBryanT You Will Never be Sorry For living a white life For doing your level best For your faith in humanity For being kind to the poor For looking before leaping For hearing before judging For being candid and frank For thinking berore speaking For harboring clean thoughts For discounting the tale bearer For beIng loyal to the preaches For standing by your principles For stopping your ears to gossip For asking pardon when in error For the Influence of high motives For being as courteous as a duke For bridling a slanderous tongue For being gw ous with an enemy For being square In business deals For sympathising with the op pest For giving an unortuaate a lilt For being patient with cranky neighborsFor in keeping your promises WALTONS CREEK Uncle William Ross lost his boiue and contents by fire last Friday week with no insurance Mr John W Rowe of Centertown lost his little twoyearold boy last Friday nIght We bave had some good rains late ly Late corn is much Impoved Tie making is on a boom One man took a contract to get out some ties hired hands and went at the work with a vim and wound up at the end of tbe week and found that he had made 10 cents School is progressiug very nicely under the management or Miss Da vidsonHealth of this community is good Mr Taylor Stevens is on the sick list Nasal OATARRH In all Iti lUgei tbtr ihoald be cluaUne- uEIjs j Cream Balm cleauoeoootheandheoltlio It caret catanh and drives way a cold In the bead nnlckly Cream TSnlm li placed Into thIIOtrUl spreads OTer the membrane and Ii absorbed Itellerli Im mediate and a cure followi It tf not drylnjdoei not produce sneezing Large Size CO eenti at Druggists or by mall Trial Size 10 cent by null ELY imOTllEKS 64 Wince Street New York n Can and Will Chicagos motto is I will remarked Skidmore So I have heardadded Puln deter And Maryland leads all the other states in the canning industry Skidmore went on Well whats the connection Marylands motto should be I can1 Detroit Free Press Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Thos Dobbs deceased- are hereby notified to present same tome properly proven at the law office of Heavriu Woodward in Hartford Ky on or before the first day of October 1902 or they will be forever barred ERNEST WOODWARD 6t4 Admr Thos Dobbs decd Estray Notice Taken up as an estray one black horse mule about 14 hands high byAlexALEX FOSTER Subscribed and sworn to by Alex Foster 1902JC C The owner of said property can have pravIng this notice and advertising same feedi FRANK ALLEN STATE OH KENTUCKY COUNTY OF Omo f lodgedInand this certificate has been recorded myhand1902 M S RAOLAND C O C C Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought nnrt which fins been In uso for over 30 years has borno tho slffi ntnro of anti hits butt inatlo under lila pcr- f spnalsupi vision since Its Infancy S Allow ho out to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Just asgoodaro hut Experiments that trlflo with mid endanger tho health of Infants and Children Expcricix 3 against Experiment What is CA3TORIA Cnstorhv is a harmless suhstit io iVr Castor OH Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syi im It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morplno nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its gnarnutco It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Trouble cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Fowl regulates tim Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYScG Signature of UA p The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years vuic eNTAUN COMPANY V MUNN vercy NIW 00lk CTV- F A dlr J I H L i For sale The Judge Baird property near the Water Mill There ure nine acres of ground a large twostory residence in good repair Also all necessary out buildings and a fine well of water For further particulars call on or address AgttrA Certain Cure for Dysontory and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip says F L Taylor of New Albany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diar rhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Lacey vllle Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I 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 ill eflect Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me For sale by all druggists m T Kentucky Fair Dates HARTFORD October 14 Louisville September 22 27 Ramons Tonic Liver Pills have no equal as a liver medicine Ttj them for any chronic case of disordered liver and you will be entirely satisfied with the result Just one before retiring m Farm For Sale A good farm ol sixty five acres SiX miles north of Hartford part lull and part bottom new house and brn plenty of watter and good oichard Call on or address this piper or JOHN T LowE Palo Ky A man who has tried it says I was obliged to quit work on account of biliousness Alter using one box of Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic perfecthealthEven the most delicate person may use them with beneficial result mIExcursion Rates National Encampment G A RI Washington D C Oct 6n 1902 On account of above occasion round- trip tickets will be sold from Beaver reiturneta on aale Oct 34 5 and 6 1902 Tickets limited to October i4 for te turn except that by depositing tlcleI ets with Joint Agent not later than 1200 oclock noon Wednesday October 15 and upon payment of fee of Soc at time of deposit extension of return limit to leave Washington to and including November 3 1902 may i be obtained Stopover privileges east of Plttsburjr Bellalre O Par kersburg or Huntington W Va Except between Orange Va and Wash ington on C State Fair OIabove occasion be sold at rate of one fare for round trip plus soc for admlssbn fee Tick 27thlimitedGrand Lodge F A M Louis ville Oct 2123 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale October 20 and for early morning train Octo ber 21St Limited to Oct 24th for return a v 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 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 Mo This remedy is for sale by all druggists m 0 Look at the Date On you labol and you can readily calculate how much you ate owing on your subscription It may seem a very small item to each one in arrears but tho sum total amounts to a considoral sum and wo need it in our busi butJpa CVIR JOVNAL 2 1A104 Times a Year The TWICKAWEEK COURIEII JOlUXAI U Ih best paper pnbllihed In the United State for Democrat and for AII reader It Ie the equal ol many Dallle and tbi inrwrlorol all otcr HemMVeeklle or Wkfle Henry Wnitrraon Editor The Wednwday Uu I devoted to HEWN JliTlEIItheSatrda boul deroted to the HOJI I Sample cople Hat rr on appli cation Adder TilE VOVUIEKJUVK NAlCOLourUrllle Ky By special arrangement you can KettheltE EEIIIttmUhromtht Tile htepnblICuofTlce I SOMETHINGWRONG WITH TOUB WATCB H MI tlfM MII WmMMMMMM Trains never leave ahead the trouble U wit- hiouwltb your watch We do repalrlotbavebeen watch to us lor Inspection and estimate AccoriU Tim riccci a SitcUItr Welts for our Ire Catalcr ol SuruaeSilver =ISTAO tau =C P BARNES 4 CO Wilcanuicri sal SUtrrtmlths 004506 W Market SU- LOUUVtLLB KY I Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On the Croat of tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort in Amen ca 2800 feet above sea level 350 ooo invested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasona ble rates This resort Is the site of the Mountain Cbautauqua and summer schools and of the great Cbautauqua Itself and Is annually vis- Ited by thousands of persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities afforded for educational work and invigorated in body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the mountains is fa mousExcursion tickets may be obtained fromfuneJ902SpecIallyAugust for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about attractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished in reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Mice Park Maryland hot information on the subject of rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or the undersigned R S BROWN Dist Passr Agt- louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Passr ARI Cincinnati Ohio For Con lIJnlloD rIyour druggist rflfl refund money PrlcoBo ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY isconroiuTiD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own pboneR 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 the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense 11 you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hattford Ky OUTVoting ContestCI- VENAWAY FREE Wo nro going togivo a LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty yearS Elgin Movement to tho most popu lar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County rite patrons of Tin RKIUHMCAN shall determine tho Con test in tho manner following oFor each 25c In Cash paid on subscription to THE REPUBLICAN ho shall be entitled to cast ono voto for a Lady and ono for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and now subscriptions all count alike Cut out tho coupon bolow fill in tho name of tho Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark tho num bor of votes you aro entiled to in plain figures on tho Coupon and sond it to this paper Tho contest will bo in caro of a conmitteo to bo appointed by tho County Suporin tendent Tho ballots will be oponed and counted by the committee and the property transferred to tho winners on tho first day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute which will bo held tho first or second week in October COTJIEPOILT Votes for Miss as the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Mr as tho most Popular Gontlothan Teacher in Ohio County Signedn P 0 Our Clubbing List Republican and TwicoaWock CourierJournal pcryr 150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year 0 lCO Republican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 Republican and Toledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year 133 Republican and TvicoaWeek Now York World 150 FIELD SOco = rnozoncona TRANSFER LINEDJt w =v cAn7onc rc DcAVn aARTFOED KSA PAST AND EASY RIDE IN TIlE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED COLLINS SALOON SABTPOBD BYHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer Ba Ba COLLINS CO If You WantT- o keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time oo7eeptn Th DJTIS TIlL thWESJ Penmanship Shorlhan J ffW1w U findfar fJffJjJ VffMF7FJ JJJ 1e1YSeven experienced teacher each one a specialist In hi line OradnaU ot this colleg preferred by bulnm house We are now In our new home nearest corner Second and Walnut street th nneit anti best arranged school building In the Mouth indIvIdual Initrnctloa School In seulon nil theyar Students can enter at any time Vliltor alway welcom E J WRIO liT Ireet QVkVke1COST efm fTHAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble Is entirely qut of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles buck to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive White Bronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Moss growth is an Impossibility It is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has hn ndnntd for nearly one hundred nnblle monnmntann n and by thousands of delighted customers In all parts ol the country It has been on the market over 25 years and is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We bavehundeds ol beautiluldeslgnsof grades of workandwant to have you see them If you are interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of ai postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample ol White Bronze Yours truly D J RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Count Lyons Laxative Syrup IsII vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in effect it acts gently or the kidneys liver and bowels cures con IUpaUon sick headache clears tIm complexion and 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ulat meeUac Saturday befonBnlSanday la each month All member ot the pectl looarlnlledatUad all ueetlan ATTENTION Wha la Owtniboro call an Wm Cnanlon dealer U pure itraljrhl Whistle IppI aid Peach Ilraadln Agent Frank Pear tlnwlag Co Joe order will rerelr prompt atteitloi Th beet 1100 WhUkey the tat t Wm CUSHION Owensboro pm01rlE IOrJllL JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY onfletloeesuakiagabtrarteIty Ore north 1IJablleeqaare 0 E SMITH WtlIKUORIIIIY XmiprartlrkUprofMloa la alltb roirteol PIa1IJfC1laUuoolit tare Draw over vllip County hash JE DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY adjoluKeountkeie fntnuta to bit can S Po ROSY WFCIIIUtLEIIE1ITIJCUY tbeourtoIOhiospecial atltntlon gives to coUtctloa C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY ofOhioeNVolleetloD E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY ofKentuckyraeifiusinal JSR WEDDING ATTORNEY lAd COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY Will prattle hi profMiloB IB all the court or Ohio and adjoining conntlet sod tht Court of Ap peal 1rompt attention dra to all bailBMa tntrniUd to him Offlt In llEroiucm bolMUg R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle hla proleuloa lu thfconrta Ohio and adjoining countle Also Notary PublIc M L HEAVniN ERNEST WOOD WARD IIEAVRIN WOODWARD Q Uoii a3 o LaXn- TrORD KY Will prattle their profrulon la aU the Courts llpeoriallions Offlc next dope to Salk ol hartford W H BARN- ESAttorneYat LawAND COUNTY ATTORNEY lUBTfOID lET Will practice his protection In all tb Court of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Strict attention will be given tu all ulsea entrnitcd to his care Collection a ipeclalty Offlc lu conrthouw vTn COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and sea our opinion res whether an CommuIstlonstrtctlieonadentiah eurlngpatstjlatentipe1af nftce without charge in the Scientific JHnericati A handsomely tllnitntud Irtet drc- uiaUot of any clentui loornil Term H a ritAM ND SI = H wdYrk 011100 scWull oa v 4- 1L