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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ij THE 1IARTFORD REFllELICANiJ 4 Fine Job Work a SpecialtyOFFICIlLonn OF TBE PUTlllTBEFODiTB CO aEmOnLDnTarCT Subscription 1 ayear t PQLi7LY HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 261902 NolO INllAGE of health become mainly aquestion of nutridoa II the tomaeh and otherOfJPJI of dlgtltfon and nutrl conditionUlrre liverboel1atam In nutrition and lack or taer elM Dr Pierce GOlden Med leall taeoveryi cum diaaeee of the rtomatt and other or IUI a of dlglion and nutria tiea indafao- dtaau of oth l h1ch 4te the =e petfee1 Utrl UG d the fbody It Increase the rltal power and promotea a rigorous old lip t wasatrercr nom chroelc dlarrhtn for berato wrlm JoIn Map A Aaroa oh Aorta Fblpe I dtOeent nmldla- whlda wouldaive ml hUrl tut a Lott time m y wnala mum aa ts u leerby your advle- ecvmmencdetleaDr4ercev rnM hoottwvbotUa 011 OoMeu Mtdkal Iecowrr- Ihfft riala of the rrnru and aces d lb Ibnulnt roar medktnea Am now wvtutyone years old end I neev had ahJ1h1 to reline ID kk I think Dr lust mtdldllCe the ltet on crth Sbould I rttt re tUTU of tor trouble sun ace haJMy drat toya for roar aad tbaeke- to 1ttr GoeS aw tcetorlag me to btalU- lhnegh roar besa Accept no aubetftutelOfftGoldtn Mtdo DLcorery These ti DOthInI sJust chbloOd I Drllercea rItPellets the best lasaUre far old 1e They cure coo atJpatlofuBd tdl aa- 4Southern Railway Taaahxt hts tuaethrasttt KENTUOKYTliNNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR- GINUt North CAROLtNAGEOR- GIA and 11ISSISSIPPL 4 Mike rhriDall 1hlratwteLoa1uk ad lae4toTralukart cad arrtr LoalnUIlrom llenatlll tntUloapo eoaaeltnlltlb Ira tlI Ih inlebMtr NtlrosdrodIii 4 81IItft rorttormatloaddraie AsnoPATA21641kAYaIoakvtlkwit Healthand Pleasure Rosorts WIT- HMedica1a Waters tJD tIM u of libel f I C Railroad and the Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD Culallaa Pprlog AUlaoa We1L Cooper WIll Lowea walk end nrowa WIIeII rnr nlarytblkba heelth ud plaure neon dthmdlal waters Ii a heater and baying kohl bmmootlou Tby are loeled on or eolingaoaa to tblhee of the IIUaol Orotrl and Tuoo A ilulppl vny Railroad la the nplad loa 01 Mississippiiliad to the nadnlgaed lor a tree ropy of an Ulutraled boot daiaihing them an la aeldl non Itardhl SlIrfDIII Ornroh 8prlDIII 2kawoa- apring Craleaa spdngaaadRlttenden Srrlalll- Ia wailer Xelatky and Creel Irlnll and lgeoa8prtsg In Notbei UIlDOlo an slmilar- reonla concerning which an latlraed boot has been tuned whkh eaa be had fr on application tolbndrtlgad A II flANeON0II Whet CatrtllUChlago r NEW THROUGH LINE erlWEN LYANSYIUZ A- NDCIQtGOA new through car line has been cstbUahfd for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoou formerly a part of the p D lit E Ry The services is se follows NORTH BOUND iDaU Ex Sun rLvEvaasal 730 PDl 73o am Ar Chicago 7ooRm 7o0pm SOUTH BOUND Dally nx San Lv Cullcago 84opm 83oamA- rKvanav111e 865am S50pm Through sleeping tarn on night trains Ind through free reclining chai- raraon day trains Tickets of your loe1 ticket agent TilE NEW YORK WORLD TbeIWe EditbnA1- most a Dally at the Price of I tiiWeeklY IhIr sid ntlal tamllalgn fe over bt the world goo on tut the name and it S full of new To learn thle ne Jett as n tprotnpty and ImparthII1a1ltllaJolaan to elo Ie to look is the commas tli the TbrlWk Edition of- tbNewYork WilrMwlalcla eom tonbUI reel a year- TheThrlceaWekWorks dMges uavn- nherofSlit new baa IdYiD I tlrealllUoa b- T the Esllall languagets spokenand roe i beerlrtlonhpaper aael TaB a pthron7earfor150The price ofthe two pa pre kr 1200 S bscribe for THE IAItTFORD REPUDLI CAN 100 p Iyear in advance t 1 L DESPERATE Fight By Condemned Man Resisted the Officers When They Began To Prepare Him for the Scaffold And the Hose Had to De Turned on Him New York Sept upeter Hernia wu banged In the county Jail at- Hackensack N J today for the murder of Barney Kanter a butcher but before his execution was accomplished Hernia wade a desperate fight When twO Deputy Sheriffs approached him to strap his arms he suddenly tore off two brass brackets on the side of his cell and getting In to the corridor leaped over a party tlon lIe then tore oR a piece of lead pipe and crouching In It corner shOuted that he would brain anyone that came near him Dy this time the Jail was is an uproar The Sherei PUZIzleddeter and disarm him It wu finally decided to turn a hose ou him This WItS done and IS Hernia put up his hands to ward off the water from striking him In the lace a Deputy Sherift leaped over and grabbed the hands of the murderer In which wu the lead pipe Other deputies quick ly rushed In hernia wu finally overpowered and securely strapped lie was then placed la a chair and CArried to the gallows his clothing dripping wet lIe wu lined from the chair and the noose quickly adjusted about his neck The Sheriff then asked him If he had anything to saylie replied In a weak voice Good by all Excuse me The drop was then sprung and Hernia died of strangulation The condemned man during the night askedTreauently for whisky Iud this morning he refused to eat his break fut when whisky was refused and sllluhed a chair In his cell and two priests who were with him had great difficulty In calming him Hernia shot Kanter on March 4 lost because the latter would not etll- bins 5 cents worth of meat for Ills dog Rlnter explained that his sup ply was exhausted but Hernia pretended not to believe him and upon- apeeand refusal later In the day shot Kanter who died that evening from the effects of the wound The Old Man Here isa short lecture which young men may read with profit Ichubob my lay methought I heardyon speak of your sire this morning II the old min You Ire eighteen years of age Ire you noll Just so That b the age when callow youth has his first attack of big head You Imlg ins At this moment that you know ItI all I observe lIy the cut of your trousers the angle of your ht the tip of your head the flavor of your breath the style of your toothpick shoes and the swagger of your walk that you are badly gone on yousett This Is In error of youth which your uncle CAn overlook but It pains him sorely to hear you speak lu terms ot disrespect of one you should never mention save by the sacred name athern lie may not be up to your style In the modern not of making a fool of hlplseU but ten to one he for gets more lu n week than you will every know lie may not enjoy smoking gutter snipes chopped fine Nobility Recommends NervineThe above portrait is that of Countess Moge1sfud of Chicago Ill whose gratitude for the benefit received from theure of Dr Miles Nervine prompted her to make this statement addhmerits of Dr htleNervlne Althoegh- I am put So of age I lid It soothes tired brain quiets the mi hated and Insures sleep IneerfIebntentedwhthoutabowsof CIIIIT1ANA MAnIA Countess 1I01loJatud MllesNervine k a nerve tonic and strength builder that starts in restoring health immediately- Sol4 br aU DruultDr Mlles Medical ColJkhart Ind tL and Inclosed In delicate tissue paper but he has borne a good many hard knocks for your sake and Is entitled to all the reverence your shallow brain can muster By and by alter you are through knowing It all and begin to lean something yop will be ashamed to look In the glass and wonder where the foolkiller kept himself when you were ripe beeacri fire And then when th ld man grows tired of the Journey and etops to rest and you told his hands across hll bosom and take a last look at aa face that hu grown beautiful In death you will feel I sting of regret that you ever spoke of him so grossly a disrespectful manner and when other sprouts of imbecility use the language that so delighted you In the germinal period of mankood you will feel like chasing them with a thick stick IUd crushing their skull to see Jf there Is any brain tissue on the lu sideBurdette Ills Dead Body Strung Up- Marlbfield Ore Sept 22Aloazo Tucker colored who assaulted Mrs Dennis near Libby yesterday was lynched today A body of cool miners heavily armed marched Into town last evening The marshal who hid Tncker In custody attempted to take him from the Jail Just as the miners entered and a rush was made for the negro He managed to rive his custodian the slip and Jump ed under the wharf Into the mud flats and eluded both officers and mob until today The miners stationed armed guards It every point of egress from the city The patrol was kept up all sight and at one time there Will loud talk of lynching the officers who allowed Tucker to escape Every corner of the town wu search ed and finally two boys located the fugitive nudes a store The boys fired at him with air guns and drove him from his hiding place As he emerged a ball from I rlfile caught him In the right leg Tucker ran In to the store lad was followed by the miners who started to string him np- la theatore but they decided to take hint to the scene of his crime A start wu made but the negro died from his wounds and the mob hang ed him to a beam on the South Mars field bridge There wu Dot I z k- ed man la the crowd IUd everything wu done In broad daylight In dating with man remember that a spoonful of oil wm go farther than a gallon of vinegar The same may be said of children There is nothing so good for children as the old fashionetl castor oil However much they may abhor lt It Is their best medicine for disorders of the bowels Iu the more sev re cases of diarrhoea and dysentery however Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates Iud a quick cure le sure to follow For sale by III druggists m Public Speaking Judge D L D Guffy Republican nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals In the 2nd Appellate District will address the people at the follow lug times and places viz- Jimtown Fountain Run P 0 Saturday Sept 27 Scottsville Monday Sept 29 Allen Springs Tucaday Sept 30 Bowling Green Wednesday Oct I- Frankln Thursday Oct 2 Rusuellvilfe Friday Oct 3 tewlsburg Saturday Oct 4 Elkton Monday Oct 6 Sharon Grove Tuesday Oct 7 Rosewood Claney PO Wednes day Oct 8- Grtenvllle Tursday Oct 9 Central City Friday Oct lo at night Hartford Saturday Oct nReedyvllle Tuesday Oct 14 Brownsville Wednesday Oct 15 Rlchardsville Thursday Oct 16 Speaking to commence at a oclock pm except Central City when It will begin It 730 pmJ- osh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind is I poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm If It cost jive dollars a bottle crippleNothis liniment for stili and swollen joints coqtracted muscles still neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It hat also cured numerous tares of partial paralysis It Is fo sale by IU druggists m Mr Dryan1 declaration that he will not be a candidate hu not shocke of the Democratic leaders into insensibility 9n the contrary the seems to be aD inclination lu som quarters to prolong the applause Wuhlngtoa Star 0111021Sean the1N ad Yam Halo acv eM rofThe free traders are again warblin their soup house ditty and cbarglllg- III the political evils on earth upon I protective policy According tothelr- mushigl It takes the people only seven pears to forget the last era of national depression They must real assured that most people got a sufficient Jolt at that time to cause their memory to be more enduring While dodging about strike at s methlug easierValentine Neb Republican TilE DEMOCRATS The St Paul Globe like other Democratic organs lu the West Is discouraged by the good crops and good prices that make the farmers prosperous and unwilling to listen to the wall of the calamity howler The Globe asks Is the rain fall due to Dingle tariff schedules or to New Jeraey trust extortions If the ballot of the American citizen can be controlled by the rainfall and the crop yield where JI the boasted Intelllience and Independence of the Republic The Globe and all other Democratic organs should remember President Clevelands maxim It Is a condition and not a theory which confronts us The American people Ire caps ble of Judging theories by conditions Iud while the rainfall has brought forth good crops this year the same was true In 1896 and the farmers were not prosperous or happy In that last year of Democratic admlnlstra- tlon and low tariff schedules In the WllsonGorman law the rainfall was good and the corn crop the largest In the history of the country either be fore or since that date unless this years crop shall surpass It We pro duced 2283875165 bushels of corn In 5896 and It sold at an average price ot 2J5 cents per bushel at the farm making the total farm value of the crop 491006957 In 1901 the corn crop was more thin 750000000 bushels less than lu J8g6 and the value of It nearly double that of the last Democratic tariff year In 1901 the average price of corn at the farm was 605 ante Iud the total farm value 921555768 The rainfall Is not the only agency for prosperity even on the farm The wheat crop was much smaller In 1896 than In J901 but jt did not bring Increased price due to its scar city because there was a scarcity of labor and wages to purchase wheat bread In 1896 the wheat crop amounted to 427674346 bushels and the farm value of the crop was 310 602539 Last year the wheat crop amounted to 748400218 bushels and the farm value was 467350156 The oat crop in 1896 amounted to 707346404 bushels and Its farm value was 293658777 While the oat crop wu larger by only 30000000 bushelslast year the value was more than double that of 5896 These ate the conditions on the Mrm which Itembarrassing to the calamity howlera They find that Nature and the Ding Icy law cue cooperating this year and giving calamity a back seat POPULAR smtttRAGR IN TaE SOUTU Senator Patterson of Colorado In discussing theFhlllpplne Civil Gov eminent Bill In the United States Senate last May said It was a mon stroud piKe of legislation because It would not lCrmlt more than 5 percent of the people In the Islands to vote The Southern Democrats eu domed the views of the Colorado Senator But what shocks the Dem ocratlc Senators la the Phlllppluea does not disturb them at home South Carolina the State of Tl11man and Mississippi the State of Money hold elections yard after year and claim to be among the oldest States In the Union but neither of these States cast enough votes In 5goo to equal 4 per cent of the population while the total vcte of Mississippi was equal to 38 per cent of the population In South Carolina where TU man boasts that they have a white mans government according to the census of 2900 530375 white males of voting age and the total vote of the State In that year was only 5o 855 oia little more than onethird of the white men of voting age lu the State and only ouefilth of the men of voting age Could anything be more farclal In popular government than the State of South Carolina even as I white mans government Miss iselppi is no better There Ire 550 530 white mile of voting age la that State and the total vote In the last Presidential elation was 59103 There were little more than onetl1lrd the white men of the State voting and less than onefifth of the voters white and colored recorded six got lagr In Georgia the State of Senator Bacon another critic of the Philippine bill only 5 per cent of the pop ulatlon voted In 5900 In Texas It petrepeer cent of as voting In 19o In New York 21 pel cent lu Virginia 54 per cent and In Illinois 23 per cent It le from Geor gte Alabama South Carolina an Mississippi that solid Democratic egatloas wilt be elected In November Congressgmen and Dtisebesipptwill elect 8 wit fewer vote than are required to star one member of the House from Ohio Illinois or New York lUll this acne qual representation which tuskes necessary a harder fight In every Northern State to prevent the South from controlling Congress Here Is a typical case p1 misIep- senlation made by the Democrptl Congressional Committees text book Just pnbllshed On page 135 It is stated This would leave the cost ot the Philippine war 696338374 up to June 301903 The SecretarY of War made nn official report to the Senate Jane 19 9o2 luwhlch he said that The amount of money expended and the amount so far liS practicable to state It for which the government of the Uulted States Is liable remaining uu paid for equipment supplies and mU- ltary operations In the Philippine Ilands each year from May r J898 to the present time aggregate 1703C52 586011 lIere Is Democratic fib tlou against official fact Possibly one reason why the Democrats are so opposed to the Philippine policy of the Administration ts be cause the Commoner pictured I Macabebe scout as a full blooded negro Criminal aggregation against the fillplnos consists to building ports loads and school houses lu Insisting ou sanitary measures lu providing a low equitable thrill and lu aiding them to learn the art of self govern merit More American manufactures have been exported during the past fiscal year than during the entire period the Democrats controlled the govern ment of the United States The Democrats maintain that the Philippine war was needless True we could hue abandoned the Islands to the German Admiral who annoyed Dewey but then Dewey was not built wayThe assert that tropical colonies have never been commercially successful vet the tropics of the globe are governed by temperate zone nations A million dollars worth of opium recently arrived nt San Francisco The Democratic leaders might be able to see a viCtory In November next II they could only procure that con slgnment for use in their own pipes The tours being made by President Roosevelt are splendid object lessons In patriotism and cannot help doing much good HIs pride In being made IU Honorary Locomotive Fireman was evident and genuine Actions of this character will go far towards combating the Democratic endeavors to divide our population into two hoe tile campsinto capitals camp and labors campthe camp of the classes and the camp of the masses f Rubbering The Adams County New Era gives expression to the following sarcastic sentiment which also contains a word of truth If the business man sees fit to daub his uoteheads and en velopes with a rubber stamp and thus lead outsiders to believe there are no printers In towuhe ought to be salted Such a man as that when he comes to dleahould have his obituary and the usual resolutions of his lodge printed on a board fence with a rubber stamp When he he a baby at his house or a party or a son or daughter married Afull account of the important event mIght be printed on a sheet of wrap ping paper and tacked on his front door and when he Is a candidate for office he might stamp a label to the eRect that he wants to be constable road overseer or justice of the peace as the case may be and pin It on the bosomof his pants And when the opposition jumped onto him he might Just stamp another label saying It was a blamed lie and pin It on too Come to think of It there Is no end of uses a rubber stamp might be put to In the hands of au enterprising and economical man A Certain Curo for Dysontory and Dlarrhooa 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- xhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Lacey yule Messenger suggested that I lake a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dllrrhoea Remedy t pur chased a bottle and took two doses one before starting nod one on the route I made the trip successfully and never felt UI effect 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 drugglsta m Keep It In Your Homo And when the bowels fall to act prop erly take I dose or Lvont LAXATIY a SWU1It acts gently but effectually 011- the kidneys liver and bowels wm keep your lystelJ1la good working order Ind make your complexion clear For sale by j ThosAlIell RoslneK y dFarm For Sale A good farm of five acres alx miles north of lIartfordpart bill ant part bottom new house and barn plenty of wetter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or Joux T Lowie Palo Ky A man who has tried It saysII was obliged to quit work on account of blllouaness Alter using one boJ of Ramona Liver Pills and Tonic perfecret Even the most delicate person may use them with beneficial result 18 NO LIGHT Belief of Many Detectives Is That the Woman Was Murdered New York Sept 22Detectlveso- L New York Jersey City and other nearby cities In New Jersey are work- Ing together to unravel the mystery of the death of Mrs Joseph Pulitzer whose nude body was found yesterday In the Mona canal In the outskirts of Jersey City under circumstances indicating murder The husband of the woman a tenor of this city was brought from Jersey City to police headquarters In this city early today and alter being closely questioned he was invited to remain at headquarters until the ar rival of Capt Titus chief oJ deter tines At the detective bureau this morn- Ing It was said that the central office had been notified by the Newark po lice to be on the lookout for a black runabout with solid rubber tires and also for a small bay horse both of which have been mIssing from the livery staireof a man named Mumns since yesterday morning The po lice say that Pulitzer formerly had a business of his own but gave It up and of late has been working at times for his brother who has a tailor store lu this city The dead woman was a Dane C M Pulitzer a brother of Joseph living at It Waverly Place called at police headquarters this morning and was closeted with the detectives who are working on the case Power of Printers Ink There was a clothlllg dealer who did not believe lu newspaperldver- tlslng but he dos now The advertising solicitor told him that two lines lu the mot obscure place In the pa per would be read by nearly every body In that city Prove It said the merchant Say anything about me you want to lu two lInes1 The solicitor put in two lines saying the merchant wanted to buy zoo cats and 200 dogs The ad was sandwiched between some medicine liners on the Inside page That night 17 boys and three girls brought In dogs and the next mornlllg and until late at night his store wee crowded with persons with dogs and cats to sell One time there was such a Jam in hts store drat he had to close the front door and let those lu the store go out by the rear door Early next morning the mer chant rushed to the newspaper office and closed a contract for a years advertising Already he has had such an increase lu business that a new room has been added to his store Doilt Touch It at all We see no need of giving any assur ance whatever that there shall be any immediate revision of the schedules If the right or men are chosen too there wilt not be Not one detail of the present bill can be assailed with out shaking the entire structure to lie foundation Business confidence will be disturbed by such a shock and wilt depart Everybody wilt stop activity to see what is going to happen It will be Impossible for the most ultra protectionist to maintain the stability and present progress of the industrial system while they are aOectlng any change of base The business of the country Is doing magnificently as It IsIt IS a mischievous spirit which would meddle with these condlthns when the desirable results of inch meddling are allsolutely In doubt and when all previous attempts at such tinkering have been disastrous In their results The business of the country Is wen adjusted to present conditions He la no frlend to gen eral prosperity who win urge any thing tending to interrupt these conditions lie who would be hard In a suggestion to modlly one Item lathe schedule must show that the modification wilt do the good he claims for It This will be had for most of the reformers to do But they should be required to give bond that their efforts to repair and remod el wont shake the whole structure and bring down an avalanche of commercial stringency distrust and die aster And this the most redoubta ble reformer cannot do It cant Uc done Toledo Times Dog Dell Ringer lies an Inmate ofa lighthouse and he salutes passing vessels Sailor II the name of a wise dog which lives on Wood Island off Did deford Pool Me says the New York Sun Hit master Is Tomas H Or cutt keeper of the Wood Island tight house Having passed most of his nine years of life on rocky Wood Is laud where the passing of vessels Is the chief thing to break the Dlonoto- nyof life Sailor naturally takes a a great interest In nautical matters broughtIto lIe was not long In learning the ways of the sea He took a deep interest In whatever his master did and fol lowed him around the light station wherever he went lIe noticed among other things that his mister often pulled a rope that made Abell ring The belt was a great bFavy one used to warn vessels to a for and to salntg them la fair weather It stood outside of the lighthouse a few feet above a wooden platform and the ropes attached to its tongue came down to near the platform so that Sailor could reach It One day Sailor thought he would have a try It ringing the bell He seized the rope in his mouth and pulled The bell rang clear and loud Sailor after a time noticed that the ringing of the ben marked the passing of a vessel or steaauer His note of this fact reautted intry- lag an experiment When he saw the next vessel coming heautlciSated his muter In ringing the bell As the years have passed Sailor hu kept on rlnglllg salute to passing vessels and steamers Indeed he feels hurt If not permitted to give the customary salute to passing crafts while skippers whose course takes them olten past Wood Island Ire accustomed to see Sailor tugging vlslonsly at the belt rope They reo orIty tripple blast le sent beck to the watcher of Wood Island who gives I new meanlllg to the good old sea term of dog watc- hUnvarnished Journalism Not long since a Missourieditor announced that for Just one issue he was guving to tell the truth unvarnished and naked Here Is one item from the Issue Married MissSyl via Rhodes to James Carraham last Saturday evenlngat the BaptlstJparo son age The bride is IU ordlhary town girl who does not know any more than a rabbit about cooking and never helped her poor mothettttree days la her tile She is note beauty by any means and hua gait like a duck The groom is well known here as IU uptodate loafer has been living oft the old folks an his 114 andJ dont amount to shucks uo how They will hive a hard life while heyI life together and the News hastehs to extend absolutely no congratulations for wedoat believe any rood can came fromuch a unlorr The next day there was s funeral II Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream ilm which is agreeably aromatic It Is received through the neetrile cleanses and heals the whole surfaceever- which It difitsees itself A reeridy- for Nasal Catarrh whick dsdryidg or exciting to the diseased t4eebtaae- should not be used Crala is recognized as a specific Pries 50I cents at druggists or by snail A cold In the head Immediately disappears whoa Cream Balm Is used Ely ffrother 56 Warren Street New York In Memory Of Mrs AlIce Likens Death often visits our homes and takes our loved ones from us This occurred It jingo the Joth inst inthedeattt ofAlice the wife of David William Likens She was the daughter of Mrr and Mrs Bowman was born nenrGlae gow March 59 J81J died September So 1902 She was married to D W Likens March 52 J1I95 Her dllpo sltlon was affable she loved her friends fervently her devotion to her family wu bounded by the posslblll ties ofa true loving heart Her disposition lIke anshine uponhedaml- 1y makl i her home pleasant But that slow fatal disease consumption took her from her family to the great beyond She leaves I husband and one little boy to mourn her loss She left the consolation for husband mother and friends to meet herin heaven They should think while It Is their loss It Is Alices gain She was a noble wife and a loving mother She will be greatly missed by those that cared losher In her last days A SERIOUS CASE or Catarrhal DyspepsIa Cured P YERDERY Real Estate LEONARD Agent of AagualaOs mytestimonialruns tins done me I havo boon a great sufferer from catarrbal dyspepsia Itried mnnr physician visited a good many Springs but I bellevo Peruna has dono moro for mo than aU of tho above personItogether md always expect to have a bwttlo In my homelLEONARD P VERDERY t- Congreuman Doylaer of West Pfrglnlau Congressman D D Dormer from Wheeling West Virginia In a letter saysl I House of Representatives In rreom mending your excellent reedy Pee rung as a good tonic and also sa- elfectire cure for catarrh Catarrh assumes different phases indifferent aseona of the year In the summer the stomach and bowels suffer the oftenest U the seat of the trouble Perana cute catarrh wherever located U you do not derive prompt md IAtIa factory results from the use of Peruna write atonee to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of you= case udhewUl be pleased to give you his valuable ad Tice gratis ofTkllartman There wilt be a void In their hearts that time will never fill Her funeral was conducted by Rev G J Bean lu the presence or I large audience of sYDlpathlzlngfriends afterwhich the remains were interred in the Bethel itraveyard W await the resurrection of the jU5tAPaltttm Excursion Rates Louisville Horse SbowOn ac tripUcketawl1l Hdtrlpwlth halt to Oct 3rd let return OIl account Ken ckyiHerMJreed atsAssociation Iexlsgtos Ky Oatr- 7th teS7th ronad trip tidsetewlll be sold from Beaver Dam to 1xliictell Ky and return for 555 1kkHsale Oct 6 to r6 final limit Oct r8h For Sale The judge Baird property near the Water Mm There are nine acres of ground a large twostory residence la good repair Also III necessary outbuildings and a fine well ofwater For further particulars call ou or address A C Erus AgL- if Hartford Ky SOMETHINGWRONG WItR TOUZ WATCLI- MMMMMMMNMMMMMMMM Traina near heave ahead ra time e Ibe troUble with youwith rrwatch We do II walth cunbeen Ice wawa 10 stPalopecctlcaand estimate ArcersteTlme lcsacWfyWrlta oar ealaq of cSlIYrr=ITADI =C P BARNES C O- Mskbaoksa ad SllYinallh 04 SO6WMuketStL- OU1SVBaB KY j44 Furniture t I Latest Designs Lowest Pricesli 14 bb i Bensiger BrosS s E 820 W+ IN STREET 1 LOUiSILLEZj- I d e Yo f pi Sure at d Gore to dlaifl Sites1 E Wi ii W W W iiii i I Hartford Republican leaned bJ tho Hartford IublkhingCompany- l ccoaro9ATa- nJOHN HENRY TIIOMASi IIIor xssrsr oxzso- Curubrl 04- nourb uMMalFRIDAY SEPTEMBER a6 Role ol Ail vcrll luir- TTaniltnt odrertl enient 40c fn Inch Bret ln ertlon20c per Inch each additional ln ertlon Special filtH on yearlr contract Local notloM lOe per lint Ont Insertion Cc per lot each additional Inwrtloift Card ot thanks rMolitlon end obituaries 10 cent a lint Cash In adTa- nceRepublfcanTick For APpellnte Judgeanil District JUDGE U LDUUFFl Ot Morgantown AXHOtJjrCEMEXTH For Circuit JntlRel we are outhorl ed to nnnonne W T OWEN ot DoTleM county lu a candidate for Circuit Judge In the Sixth Judicial DlttricMnbJect to the action ot the Democratic party IF we were ready to suspend pub lication we should like to have two candidates for omo important office and rob the other fellow of about 830 a week WITH its customary love of fair play the Hartford Herald this week charges Gabe Likens a fellow Demo crat 82810 for the privilege of de feeding a Democratic candidate in the columns of that paper THE Hartford Herald saysCWe are not setting ourselves up to defend Mr Clevelands administration Be dad neighbor we dont blame you but its the only administration youve had for moren a glneration IF the Herald isnt yarningas most folks believe it is about charg ing Lavega Clements Mr Birkhead1 kw partner 10 cents a line for his letter that paper is playing party or gan this week to the tune of 84640 IF we were devoting a column each week to the interest of one Republican candidate sad charging his opponent 10 cents a line we should expect an outraged party to withhold and justly so their support from our paper THE Rev Lloyd of Louisville who was in a way instrumental in havin ing the CorbettMcGovern prize fight declared ofl in Louisville is now ask ing for an injunction to prevent the country hens from laying eggs on Sunday A little bit of success some times drives wellmeaning enthusiasts to madness THE second chapter of Mr Li kens continued story appears in the Herald todayis the sarcastic com ment of tho Hartford Heraldupon the defense of a fellow Democrat by a fellow Democrat in an article for which the fellow Democrat is paying the Herald the robbery rate length of article consideredof 10 cents a line IN a letter to the Hartford Herald Mr Lavega Clements Mr Birkheads law partner refers the Democrats of Ohio county to five Owensboro law yers for a certificate of Mr Birkheads ability to discharge the office of Cir cult Judge There are about forty lawyers in Owensboro why did not Mr Clements name more of them THE nomination of Hon R W Slack in the Second district for Con gress means that there is going to be a fight in this hitherto Democratic stronghold Bob was a member of the Legislature during those stormy contest days at Frankfort and he will tell the Democrats of the second district some embarrassing facts before the race is closed The Morgantowu Hi publican speaking ot tho grvnt poltiial contcit ol tbt W H Toy lor regime Ma- mIfthemt ol the Republican elected with Mr Pratt could bnahead nod dUffiUM their petitions at did Mrlratt they would bin all been In office today Perhaps this is true Perhaps the rent of the Republican who were on the the ticket with Mr Pratt IF THEY HAD AIHDKIi 1IY TilE LAW AS DID TilE LATTER MIGHT ALSO HAVE ENJOYED OFFICIAL PII1V- IIKUKSlliirttord Herald Neighbor this confession comes a little late but we feel it our duty to compliment you for making it THE miry condition of Hartfords streets this early in the season makes doubly apparent the necessity for their improvement There is not another town in Western Kentucky with the wealth and population of Hartford that has not some system of street building that gives the people slid streets the year around The busi ness buildings in Hartford are far in advance of other Kentucky towns of its size and there is no goodreason why our streets should not be ballast ed There is an abundance of bal lasting stone within easy reach of town There can be no doubt that if our streets were nicely ballastedand the remainder of our side walks laid in concrete it wouldso much improve the attractiveness of the town that it would bring us a much larger volume of business from the country Our business men should urge street im provement from selfish motives if they feel no local pride in building up the town It is a favorable time to undertake this work now while the saloons are pouring 82000 a year in to the city treasury FORDSVILLE Mrs Leslie Walker Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Beeler at Kirk this week Mr Pope McAdams arrived from Birmingham Tuesday to visit his slater Mrs I C Adair Miss Susie Ree Miller of Owens boro who has been visiting In Hart ford Is now the guest ol Mrs Dr A B McCarty of this place Mr George Bentley of Hawesvllle was in town Tuesday Mrs Bettle Fltzhugh and Mrs Clarence Armendt of Dundee spent Thursday here Mr and Mrs George Short ofI Cloverport were here Monday night en route to Hartford to visit relatives Mr and Mrs J P Tllford have a a little visitor J P Jr Mrs S K Allen Is sick this week Miss Hettie Reynolds oi Reynolds returned from Louisville last week where she has been acquainting her sell with the fall styles In millinery and is now with Mrs Jennie Qalsen berry in this capacity Miss Nancy Smith went to Glen deane Tuesday to visit her brother Mr A E Smith for a few days The little Infant of Mrs Lee Roby who died recently at Irvlngton died here at the home of Its grandparents Mt and Mrs Oiler Sunday night and was burled Monday Mr M L Heavrln of Hartford was in town Tuesday Misses Verday Smith and Jessie Westerfield were In Owensboro for the Carnival Thursday Mrs Shrewsberry Is on the sick list this week Mrs Olla Wilson who has been In Louisville for sometime on account of the ill health of her little daughter Edith has returned and they have taken rooms with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Howard on the hill on account of the healthful locality The post office is now very conven iently located In Mr Jack Smiths building below the bakery and Smith Reynolds installed in the building vacated by the post office with a new and complete line of sta pIe and fancy groceries- Mr Sherman Ball ot Hardlnsburg was the guest of Miss Nancy Smith SaturdayMr Mrs Will Camp went to Habit last Saturday to visit Mr Camps parents Mr Camp returned yeg Mr and Mrs Byron Bean and little son of Dundee visited Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs W H Sargent SundayMr S Harl who recently form ed a partnership with Mr Luther Shreve in the purchase of the bakery here has sold his interest to Mr Shreve and returned with his wife this i farm In the country r Keep Out of Politics Young Men Circuit Clerk J C Boling will not be a candidate for reelection He has made a splendid clerk but says that In that particular office one can not Jive on honor and thats about all there is in it However the pub lie need not fear that the office will g without an applicant Many poor deluded fellows who were doing well have been lured Into the supposed ease and profit of office holding only to wake up some sweet day with their reputation battered and their credit and self respect goneHan cock Clarion Eloped to Rockport Miss Ora C Miller of Dundee and Mr Ira Moseley of West View Ky passed through the city this morning en route for Rockport where they went to get married They were accompanied by Misses Mary Miller and Verna Williams and Messrs R B Acton and Ronda Mil lerOwensboro Inquirer Read This The marble monument salesmen are circulating the report that the large White Bronze Monument to the grad e C D Jackson Sr Elmwood Ceme tery Owensboro was falling to pieces and bad to be fastened ogeth er with Iron bolts Read this letter from Dr J H Hickman r902MrKy Dear Sir Replying to your favor of the 20th inst I beg leave to state that the Bronze Monument erected over the grave of C D Jack son Sr in 1884 is in a perfect state of preservation There is not the decayThereon it directly or indirectly since It was up and I believe it will stand for a hundred years if not longer In my opinion it Is more durable than changeUsDRJfH HlCKMAN I set up three White Bronze Monuments In the last two weeks and took orders for three Bronze Monuments and seven grave covers large size Bronze is coming to the front where it belongs- D J RUOADS AgentI A Free Lecture lIon Jo A Parker Chairman of the Allied Peoples Party National Committee will address the citizens of Ohio county on the land system of New Zealand at the court here October rat at 1 130 oclock and at Beaver Dam at night Jersey Cow for Sale One good six year old Jersey cow giving milk Apply to tf C M BARNETT vc 4 braY PRESIDENT Jokes With Surgeons During Operation President Removed to Hospital While Crowd Is Left In Wonderment Indianapolis Sept 23 President Roosevelts Western trip came to an untimely end In this in this city to day He was found to be suffering from a swelling In the left leg between the knee and the ankle that required Immediate1 surgical attention and Instead of being taken to the train to continue his journey to Fort Wayne and Milwaukee he was conveyed to St Vincents Hospltel where he was operated on The operation occurred at 335 oclock and lasted only a short time when he was takeu to a private rcom In in the hospital to rest Alter taking a light luncheon at 750 p m he was conveyed on a stretcher to his train which had been backed up on the Y near the hos pital and at ten minutes to 8 oclock the train left for Washington JOKES wxvtI sURGEONS The President was told to remove his shoes and stockings and nether garments He also removed his coat and vest A moment later however he was told to simply remove his shoes and they would be required to bare the leg only This was done The President walked to the operating table alone and as he lay down he remarked with a smile Gentlemen you are formal I see you have your gloves on This was a reference to the antiseptic gloves of the surgeonsMr said a surgeon with a smile It Is always in order to wear gloves at a Presidents recep tionThis caused the President to ex claim Good well said The operation began without delay The pain cansed the President to mutter several times in a low voice but he said nothing that was distinct ex cept to ask for a glass of water before the needle had been removed Alter the operation was over he made several laughable remarks con cerning trival matters and asked if would be allowed to use his leg long enough to walk upstairs himself You will be hauled upstairs In a wheeled ambulance said a surgeon WESTERN TOUR CUT SHORT Richmond Ind Sept l3Presl dent Roosevelts train arrived here at 945 p m The President was rest- Ing easily and the wound on his leg showed no ill effects from from the short trip from the hospital to the train at Indianapolis On the con trary the President suffered less pain than he has for several days He passed the time during the run here in reading He is cheerful and is ly- Ing in bed wltn his leg propped up on a pillow The train will run on a slow schedule making about thirty miles an hour and is due to arrive In Washington at 630 oclock tomor row evening He will be taken to at temporaryoexecutive offices are located It was learned tonight that the de termination to abandon the trip was reached yesterday and notices to this effect were sent out last night from Detroit and today from Indianapolis to those Interested in the places the President was to visit No Inkling ot this decision was made known to the members of the Presidents party on the train outside of his physicians and secretaries until Secretary Cortelyou issued his announcement The Pres ident did not speak to Dr Ling his official physician of the pain In his leg until a few days ago Yesterday the pain become so intense that it was decided ts take no further risks by continuing the trip The Presi dent regrets exceedingly that he has been compelled to abandon his trip He has received a large number of telegrams of condolence The shore ilenature It on th wrapper of ever bottle of the genuine PINK MIXTURBthe babys friend from birth until he has hi teeth All druggist ROCKPORT Mr L Reid and daughter Miss Ol lie have returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Bowling Green and Franklin Mr and Mra A P Drake of God man Muhlenberg county was in town last Thursday Mr Sam Rheiusteln ol Louisville- was in Rockpprt last Saturday on businessMessrs W A Bradley and Robert Sneddon of this place went to Hart ford last Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Charles Sturgeon of Hartford were in town a few hours last Saturday alteration waiting to take passage on Steamer Crescent City Mr Franklin Rowe of Render vis in Rockport last Saturday the guest of his brother Judson Rowe Mr Judson Rowe visited In Render last Sunday afternoon the guest of his father who is very sick at this writ IngMr and Mrs R M Reid visited Sunday afternoon In Echols Messrs Miller Reid Ceberu Baker and Byron C Petty left last Sunday night for Princeton Ky where they will work on the O V R R Mr L L Stewart the manager of the Company store for the C C L- TbROGS tho coffee router uses to glass his coffee with would you eat that kind ol eggs Then why drink them Lion Coffee has no coating of storage eggs glut tie pure Lv strong and bf delightful flavor andaroma a rZ Co at Echols was In town last Sat urday afternoon Rev W B Doyle filled his regular appointment here Sunday in the Presbyterian church with a large au dience present There will be quite a large crowd from here go to Hartford Tuesday to attend court In the Woodburn and Williams cases Mr H H Pierce went to Hartford today on business Messrs Willie Wood and GN Plumer Echols were in town last Saturday afternoon Mr Rodman Mahan of Owensboro was in town yesterday en route to Bowling Green to see his parents Mr and Mrs J W Mahan Mr J S Davis of Indianapolis idwas in town yesterday purchas ing timber for the Indiana Lumber Veneer Co Mrs D M Hocker of Hartford Is visiting in Rockport the guest of Mrs Gerolite Hines Mr J W Baker of Ceralvo was in Rockport yesterday on business Mr Isaac Smith of Bevier was in town last Sunday Mr Cam Smith and family have moved to Linton Ind Mr Harry Monroe of Beaver Dam was in Rockport to day on business Miss Lummie Coots of Beaver Dam Is visiting in Rockport the guest of Miss Myrtle Hines Mrs Hattie Miller and Mrs W H Griffin of Hartford are visiting in Rockport the guests of Mr and Mrs M J Reid Mr A P Tuck of Central City Is in town today on business Mr Luther Leach ot Cromwell is In Rockport today the guest of his brother Charles Leach Mr Paul Landrnm of Rochester is in town today enroute to Sturgis Union county to clerk for Gibbs Bros James general merchants there Election officers who served at the November election 1901 are request ed to forward ballot box keys and seals at once to the Clerk ot the Ohio County Court and thereby save the county the expense of buying new ones M S RAGLAND C O C C Water Curo for Chronic Cor stlpatlon Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours alter each meal Take ItU of outdoor exercie walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and In many cases chron ic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists m May Go to Rough River- It is reported at Evansville that the White Dove will enter the Rough river trade between that point and Hartford The White Dove left here two weeks ago and nothing has been heard from It directly The Little Ben came down from Louisville a week ago and made a contract to en ter the Hartford trade If she runs there Is not room enough in Rough river for both boats one having found it impossible to live there heretofore Owensboro Inquirer For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists Emancipation Day The colored people of Ohio county celebrated the 38th anniversary of the Proclamation of the Emanclj atlon of the colored race In the United States here Monday A great number of the colored people were out to do honor to the anni versary of that day that must ever be a hallowed one to the colored race of this country For two centuries and a half the Negro smarted under the sting of the lash of his white master and It Is little wonder that they now espec tally the older ones who have felt that sting should turn out to cele brate the anniversary of the day upon which the cruel shackles fell from their wrists In the celebration here Monday the colored people formed a procession at Haytl and paraded the principal streets of the town after which they repaired to the McIIeury Grove and spent a pleasant day A number oi colored and white ore tors recounted the thrilling exper iences of slave days and the subse quent era of freedom to the enthuslas throngWe on the street and watched with Interest the procession of exem plifying the progress ol a race in a little more than a third of a century The silvered heads and bent backs of the older colored folks brought up historic memories of the long ago when wife husband or child was put upon the block and sold and separat ed from those they loved Thank God those cruel days are over and now all men are men OUR NEW GOODS t l- i Are now arriving daily and we propose to have this fall and coming winter one of the best selected stocks of Dry Goods ever carried in Ohio county and the most impor J tant fact of all the prices will be lower than ever heard of for the same line of goods We solicit your careful inspection What You will Find in Our Dress Goods Department Guaranteed black Taffeta Silk a yard wide Best quality black Tcan do Soi 1 n yard Heavy black Zibilino for handsome Skirts 150 Viper yard Black wool Corduroy Best quality Gloria Taffeta Mohair Black Mohair 50c 85c and SI t yard Handsome embroidered Shirt Waist Flannels Wool Waistings from 26c to 1 a yard Fancy Outings for Dressing Sacks and Waists Beautiful Cotton Waist ings that show up as pretty as 75c French Flannel Latest Novelties in Trimmings Laces Collars Etc Wo will make it to your interest if you will como in and seo us The Economy DRY GOODS STORE Mrs Sara Collins Smith Manager SHOCKING TRAGEDY Illinois Man Abducts His Child and Kills It and Himself Springfield Ills Sept 2I1arry- o Williams agent for the Franklin Life Insurance Company Saturday abducted his twoyearold son Glen from Its mother at Auburn Ills and then when pursued by officers got out of his buggy and placed the child In the road and blew out Its brains and then blew ont his own Saturday afternoon Williams ap peared at the Harney residence and asked his wife to take the child and go with him She refused and be threatened his wifes life He then seized the child Miss Lena Harney his alster In law caught the horses reins and tried to prevent his leaving but he struck her with the whip and reJvolvertoward Loam Officers were called and when Williams saw them ap preaching he shot the child and him selfWilliams was short In his accounts with the insurance company and had frequently quarreled with his wife Hows This We ofler One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case ot Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F I Cheney Co Props ToledoO We the undersigned have known F 1 Cheney for the last 15 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- 1ValdiugKinnan MarvinWhole sale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system Price per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best 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 CO TOFI1LDan You Have Always Bought 6- f1o thett pi A7O2 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NflTIOIM BANK Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close of bnsl ness Sept 15 1902 1IKHOUIICK8 IOMU ana Mwoant 16163566- V 8 llonclt Mcnre circulation 2300000 Overdraft secured and unnecnred none looking house furniture and Suture 133700 Due from National Hank not reserve nKntIMHHMGUIIT1line from Htate Hanks and Hanker 41147 Due from approved reserved agent lt7M Check and other nuhltjml 1485 Notes of other National flanks 1000 Fractional paper currency nlckle and aHMMMMfltOLiwrct MOSEY HMCRTIC 11 DAXK 1- 1HpetlMf836ooregal tender 4UIOO notesI600J Redemption land with U 8 Treasur er 6 per tent of circulation 1 26000 TOT4LMI 11221364 iuniiiTinH Capital stock paid IOMM21I000oo- 8arplaloDdMMMH 200000 Undivided profits lee ipeneee and tars ldMM 17041 National Rank note oaUtandlng 5560000 Dot to Htate Dank and Rankers t JM Individual deposits object to th ck UU1I1 Tim rartlfleatr ol dpoItMM22f6IM LJabllltlM other than those above stated 1MJ1 TOT 4LMMM 1U5U88 Hint ot Kentucky Count ol Ohio J1 I J C Rllejreoehler of the above named bukIdo solemnly swear that lb shoe true to the but of my knowledge and belief J C JtiLrr Cashier Bubncrlbed nod worn to before roa this 90th day of Hept1002 HOLLY n HILKT Notary public Sir commission expires February lOlDOO Coritci Attwfy WATXI Uurrix 1 o II UKKaii Dlrrttor OJituole I Constipation Does your head ache P Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are pills They cure consti patlon headache dyspepsia 25C Mldruggbts utalllroI BUCKINGHAMS DYEMVor Fen Dustn N a P ea a ea M NH A STUDY Of the Political Situation Made by Mr LongIs Confident- of Success lIon George W Long of twitch field state election commissioner was in the city yesterday and a caller at Republican Headquarters Mr Long has given considerable study to the political situation In Kentucky this year and frankly makes the statement that the Republican party la stronger with the people generally better organized troubled legs with factional differences than usually falls to its lot General reports from ove the state are not only encouraging but carry with them the assurance that the party will win In districts where formerly defeat awaited them Mr Long believes that the eflot of Judge Settle and his friends to bring about the defeat of Judge B L D Gnffy will prove a boomerang to the former There are factional dif ferences and defections among th Democrats In the Second Appellat- district many being opposed to Judge Settle because of his rabid sliver views Judge Gufly is appealing strongly to this class Including th independent voters and from sources has secured considerable dorsement LotilsvllIe CommercIal Louisville Market CATTIB Choice to prime shipping steers f6 a50 6 50 Medium to good steers 5 Sop 6 oo Choice butcher steer 4 Soo 5 00 Medium to good butchers 3 750 4 25 Common to medium 3000340 Canners i sod i 85 Good to choice feeders 4 40G 4 7 Common to medium 3 Soo 4 Good to extra stock steers 3 754 4 as Common to medium a 750 3 35 Good to med stole heifers 2 5oQ 3 03 Plain light mixed stockers a 25 a 85 Good to choice bulls 3 0003 3 40 Medium to good bulls a Sop 3 oo Choice veal calves 5 So 6 50 Com to medium calves 3 oo 4 25 Choice to fancy milch cows 30 cop 40 00 Medium to good 25 oo0 35 oo Plain common rS oop a5 HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 7 Med packers 160 to zoo 7 so Choice light 120 to 160 7 35 Choice pigs 90 to 120 6 9o7 00 Good pigs 50 to 90 6 oo Roughs 150 to SCO 6 oc 6 75 slUmp AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping a 750 3 oo Fair to good a 50 2 75 Common to medium t 75 a 25 Bucks i 5oQ 2 25 TUft GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 7OC No 3 68c re Jected 28c leas on levee icless CornWhite 66c mixed 63J4c yellow 69c OatsWhite 350 mixed 29JSe The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices TUB PROVISIONS MAKKRT Mess Pork17ooh- amsChoice sugarcured light and special cure i Ji4c heavy to medium I31334c- BaconClear rib sides wye regu lar clear sides i2tfc packed breakfast bacon J4c sugarcured shout lers ioc bacon extra iicLardPrime steam in tierces iocholce leaf In tierces uc In tubs Ilse pure leaf lard in tierces 12u c In firkins 123 c Bulk MeatrRlbs IIHc regular clear sides II J extra short ioc These in Our Cloak Millinery and Shoe Departments We will show you tho nobbiest lino of Cloaks to bo found anywhere outsido a largo city A nice lino of tho now Monto Carlo Cloaks for Ladies and Misses A nico lino of Capes Jackets and Furs Our Millinery Goods aro the newest to bo found and at prices to suit everybody Our Shoo Department is complete all tho newest uptodato Shoes for Non Woman and Children Our Twin Owl Shoes for Boys will outwear any two pairs of other kinds Big lino of Chil= drens Boys and liens Clothing Extra big lino of Com forts and Blankets Dont fail to como and see us if you need anything in this lino 4 El P Barnes t J Bros StoreThe Popular Trading Place for the Green River Country Our buyers arc back from the markets and wo aro ready to demonstrate to tho public thnt our efforts ill their behalf exceed by fur any former domostrntion Whether your needs be great or small our store ought to bo foremost in your mind for nowhere in tho wholo country aro your Wants more courted and nowhero has tho dollar more purchasing power Every department abounds in excellent values and invites comparison This storo grows in favor by comparison with other offerings Colored Dress q Goods for all rOurentire lino of Dress Goods and Woolens is now I in with Trimmings Linings and Buttons necessary to convert same into stylish readytowear Suits Wo have itt Visit this depart beZibolines Natty Suitings Broadcloths Special Imported Scotch Mixtures Ve a netians Now Silk Strips for Waists Etc Rom mbor wo aro proud to show our fall exhibitions of high class eBlack and Fancy Dross Goods a Unrivaled Display MillineryeIn all your life you have never soon such n display of tho milliners art as wo have on exhibition in this department Women and children desiring stylish FALL MILLINERY should call and test our ability as designers fitters and makers of perfect Hats Toques and Bonnets This Week We will place on salo our entire lino of Ladies Misses 5and Childrens Wraps and Furs You will find hero an unusual assortment such as Fashion has decreed for i its favorite wear EPr BARNES BRO 1lBRAVER DAM KY Q H t ttti ttf9Pfttr9PI I 1 I I 1 1 III I II t I I 1 I I I I I a I t t OHIO COUNTY FAIR cQQt 1 4 1 C r i The largest and most liberal list of Pore miums ever offered in Ohio County will attract an army of competitors w ATTRACTIONS Unequaled and unprecedentedshould draw the greatest crowds ever seen at the I Fair Grounds J1 FOTJRDASrS V t1 Of rest recreation and pleasure for the I multitudes who are coming v 1 1 1 J The Dates October 1234 t The Place Hartford Kyi t 1 AJr t l Y- 5r r L 0 3 s srt p I Look 1 Along the Linel i 4 Noto every item we offer compare every fprice we quote examine every quality weI J carryandyoull pretty soon understand wily t wo do so much more business than any oth ior house Now that the Fall season is al lit 4 most on us you natually begin to investi gate where you can buy the best ooods the t cheapest We are bidders for your business ifi Call and examine our stock and we will tlM get it- ti We Quote You i1Mens good everyday Shoes t to a 5ob litfiChildrens Shoes 2SC to 150 per pair tb 41Good Domestic yard wide 4 c bMifBest Bed Ticking tsc t1 41Good Red Table Linen ISC to a5- cf Socksheavy3 pair for 41 Mena good Suspenders 5octo41 Gents big size lIandkerchlels 5e J I Ladles heavy Fleeced Vest 25C 41Ladles same In Pants 25ClIt49 litLadlesMisses Union Suits a5c t lit trMillineryI This is one of our BiD Fall Attractions irf When you visit us you will find our MILLI lit latesttu I n un41 folks in Hats Etc We are better prepared f4 than ever before to satisfy the wants of ev j erybody So come along and we will con fvince you that we are HEADQUARTERS by t j showing you ono of the most complete lines i of Millinery ever shown in Ohio county lit 41 1 tTO FARMERS needing largo Fall supplies for win to- rtI tor we especially urge you to see our line of t 41 Shoes Jeans Linsoys Outings Canton Flnnnels lit j Underwear Etc The Big Bargain Center Is n 1 ita i 41 1 41 fi I 1 BIIIousneaeIChrome Inv lldS tykes me aver u Corp d and fallo ttioIUI work the We etIIen the Mood Ylntraat polaaa Theo- eomr eoadpwoo tdnouute dck t adaebeteen and malaria The oolr tteU eat that gives the aver Joan UIoIl18b both aod Mani Nawzs eat la the rhos- manner UI SJlV9bs pI1Il teeprat sad the floe moL r ndoarfrr dapswtSeeauaadm ter ywr earn II aeaedlnelr ace roe wUI be wee area you enMts them rBampufn Aoreeua- E deaden i Fr sale by J N WIlliams Druggist Hartford Ky Hartford Republican PRIDAY SEPTEMBER a6 Big line of Trunks at Saw BachlI Tweddell makes good meal Try him U Ask for Boys Twin Owl Shoes RCOKOJlY STORE Cheese Sausage and dried Beef at Cleve Ilers Ilerefor a lunch Just received a nice line of Cakes at Cleve Ilera 4OyatereFlah and Celery at City Bananas Oranges and Cocoanuts at Clevellers I You will find a nice line of Candles at Cleve l1ers Mr J W Ford le putting In aglass front la his feed storei You wllt findthe Diamond brand of Coffee at Cleve Hers- Oystenextta select served In any style at City Ntau rant AUgoodaAcllvered anywhere In I cltyllmlta free at Cleve Ilere- Mr Brat Woodward is bldldlng a- I se1MIlinee on Predrlcn street tt KaauttiatwIlt be chock full 1 ythlugs o eat during the Fair sBoutto t- ls hcwile of Mc coiailck near town September 22 a Ftf y Born to the wife orMr Leslie Ward near No Creek September 22 jllboy Big line of Clothingthe latest and osservl able stylesat Sam I I Gt Sachet 1 City Restaurant ZuZu ZuZu at City Restaurant Very latest In Fall Millinery la found at Pairs Newest Novelties In Belts found ou- Iy at Fairs McCalls Patterns at Fairs locand1- 5C None hlghpr Bring Pair your Produce Eggs r5 ants per dozen Try those mIxed Pickles at City Restaurant Fine Cleve lIer will serve hot and cold lunch during the Pair Born to the wile of Mr C P Now lb Saturday the 20th mat a boy Nicest Cheese Saurage Dried Beet and Crackers In town at City Restau rant Telephone your orders for Grocer les to Cleve lIer Rough River phone No 55 Candles Fruits Nuts Ralslns Cakesnlcest taurant In townat City andI Mrs luther Bolton of Sulphur SpringsdiedSunday night of Brights disease You will find Clevellers lunch room next door to Rcouomy Dry Goods Store A little child of Mr Palestine Coots of Sulphur Springs died of flux Monday Good Canton Flannel 5c yard wide PiannellscitoThe celebrated Hamllton Brown Shoe Is sold by Sam Bach Every pair guaranteed Dr D W King the Osteopath Is of W G Hatdwicks Call on him for examination tf r New PaUline Mens Ties and Shirts at Pairs Remember that too buys a good pair of every day Shoes at Fairs For a nice uptodate meal or lunch during the Pair go to the City Restaurant We do aU kinds of Job work from a posterGivePine line of Shoes at Sam Bach Prices to suit everybody Remember every pair guaranteed Ice Cream Sherbet Soda Water Lemonand Phosphates at City Restaurant during the Pair City RestaurAnt most uptodate place In Hartford Everything first class and neat as a Prlesmeyer Shoes are the best A new pair for every pair that does not wear Pound only at Fairs For a stylishly trimmed Hat vial t Pairs Millinery Parlor They have the latest at the lowest prices Beautiful Flannels for walataall woolall shades In solid or ancles- 2SC to 7SC per yard at Pairs Ask for W B Corsets if you want to look well In your new fall suit EcoNokxv STORE Fresh Oyster and Celery at Ilere Pair week and will continue t handle them during the winter season Every citizen of Ohio county should come out October tr to hear the speech of ChiefJustice DL D Guffy If you have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring It to McIlvaln the Jeweler Hartford IlouseIIts time to put away that light Underwear and invest lu a new suit at Sam Bachs Warm serviceable and cheap Mens Wool Snits only 275 at Sam Bathssizes 3S to 42 Black Clay Worsted Suits only 300slzea 35 to 42- The biggest and beat Pair ever held In Ohio county will begin here Wednesday It you dont believe It come and see If you hue anything to sell or want to buy anything let the people know It by advertising la Tu8 RaI- UDLlCAf Sam Bach Invites you to take a peep at his elegantly dressed show windows and see a sample of the finef goods sold within Oysters Fish Steak Ham Eggs Ham and Fish Sandwiches and hot Coffee at City Restaurant during tbec Faire Remember this R L TweddeU la now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guarI auteed Mill located south end Iron bridge Hartford Ky U See those allwool boys suits at Sam Baths for only 540sizes 8 to t5 years Youths black Clay Worsted Suits only 22Dslzes 54 to 59lMr Ira Moselely and Miss Ora C- ollller two popular young people of near Dundee eloped to Rockport Ind Monday and were married Our stock of Dress Goods Is com posed of the latest patterns that can be had on the market Come and see them CARlON Co Remember we deliver goods to any place In the city limits Telephone us your order Both phones CARSON Co You are wanted It the Economy Dry Goods Store to see their new Pall Goods Next door to Ohio County Bank MRs SARA COLLINS SJlITU Gents do not fall to come and ex amine our stock of Clothing and Fur nlahlngs The styles and patterns are the very latest CARSON co Ask for W R Corsets II you dont expect to get a fall suit for they will make you look like you had on a new suit ECONOUY STORE When you buy Atmours Animal Fertilizers you buy natural plant food made from bone tankage and blood Sold by T J Turley Co Hartford Ky- Hartford and Beaver Dam base ball teams crossed bats last Saturday on the grouuds of the latter The score stood so t02 In favor of Beaver Dame They will play at Hartford tomorrow Menol Ooh Timbers oroak keep the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the right stuff It Men of oakare men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con 3titution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right Is tufffScotts Emulsion stimulates- the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Bend for free sam le SCOTT sit OOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York COo and eooI all drulllfstB Give your laundry to Robert A Bennett Owensboro Steam Laundry Mr W A Carson of Beds who has been sick tor some time la no better Rev R D Bennett will preach the funeral of Mrs Marion Ralph at Beech Valley the third Sunday In October at is oclock thsc hitchrresponsible for property misplaced Remember this D B COLLINS CO Rev J C Petrie preached his farewell sermon to his congregation here Sunday lie preached upon Heav enly Recognition and his sermon was received with deep Interest byI his hearers Biggest line of Gl6ves ever shown In Hartford at Sam Bachs Days Gloves and Mens working Gloves from 2SC up Gloves to suit every body and aU kinds of work In noting the death of Bro R P Romans last week we said he was a Baptist preacher We have learned since that we were mistaken and that he was a minister of the Method 1st church The wise farmer feeds his land as Heofeeds the land Armours because they show the best results are reliable and splendid drillers Sold by T J Tzuley Co Hartford Ky The Ohio County Pair begins Wednesday It le going to be the best ever held here You cannot afford to DJI8Slb Dont walt till the second- or third day The Pair Is going to be a big thing from the start Pure Bone Pertlllzer for sale I will give you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call and see the State Chemists teat F M WESTERPIED Hartford Ky Mrs Llnnle Hamilton wile of Mr Sam Miles lIamllton died at her home near Beda Saturday end was burled it Mlllermou burying ground Sunday Funeral services were con darted by Rev J A Bennett If you want a Pea thrasher Wheat Drill Disc Harrow Wagon Buggy Cane Mill Evaporator or Field Seed call on D L D Sandernr Beaver Ky Also will unload Pertll ret September ag rgoa ten cents lees at the ear 9t4 Remember our voting contest will soon Some valuable prizes are going to the winners end they are going to the parties who get theI mOlt votes Those who want to win push the work of getting new subscribers for Tun REPUBLICAN and getting old ones to pay up arrears BIggest and Best J The Ohio County Pair Is prepared glee the people of Ohld and adJoin ug counties alour days entertain ment never equaled In Ohio county before Each days entertainment will prevent different attractions You suffer afford to miss a day Bread Bread Bread Fresh Bread Cakes and Pies Fair week at City Bakery Lunch at all hours day or night Remember the place City Bakery opposite Lee Chinns saloon W C SCHLEMMER Deeds Recorded EsUl Arbuckie and wife to Elvis Burden 5 acres 575 T H Patton and wife to Eldred Moseley 5I acres 275 G C Rhoads and wife to W B McLean 73 acres r800 J H Likens and wife to David W Likens 26 acres 79 S W Rowe and wife to R E BlshI op fig acres 500 Jennie Williams to George Smith a lot is Taylor MInes 5ao L C Crawford and wife to D B St Clair 40 acres 450- B P Cooper and to Denny- and H N 8t Clair s tract of land on Muddy creek H A St Clair to D B St Clair to acres f200- G W Rowe and Nancy E Rowe to Martha J Rhoads a lot lu Center town 75 L C Crawford and wife and John Hoover and wife to D B StClar 25 acres 450 D B St Clair to H A St Clair a tract offend on Caney creek 400 D B St Clair to H ASt Clair 6o acres lOO George Hoover and wile to Wm T Peyton too acres 300 WC Blankenship lad others to JIM McReynolds 43 acres f800 WALTONS CREEKIMrs Prank Ross Is Improving alter several months illness The writer also improving very slowIMessrs Smith and Ford of Hart ord have been buying mineral rights In this part the past week Waltons Creek church has added a 32 bell to the new church which Is at grand Improvement OMr N F Tlchenor and family have gone to Mr S L Beards on a visit rolr Beard Is the lather of Mrs Tich error I am glad to see a boat on our wat elll The Little Den la a dandy for Rough river and I hope It will get the trade sufficient to Justify It to run ABOUT PEOPLE Mr AI Nall went to Owensboro Tuesday Mr lose Hudson went to Louisville Monday Mr French Vickers went to Lenin vllle Monday Mr Sam BIshop McHenry was In town Monday Mr P L Sandel1r Roxey was In- town Tuesday Mrs M L Heavrln went to Iouls- vllle yesterday Mr William Bryant of Rosine was In town Tuesday Mr Frank Wade Pordsvllle was la town Tuesday Mr Thomas Peyton Olaton was In town Wednesday Attorney M L Heavrin Is In- Hawesvnte this week Mr R K Bean Sulphur Springs was In town Wednesday Mr R E Lee Simmerman was In- Ioulsvllle the first of the week Mr W D tuce returned Sunday rom a visit to relatives at Cincinnati Mr T HyAall and wife of Bowl hig Green will visit the Fair next week Mrs Marion Lee Leltchfield Is visiting her sister Mrs R R Wed ding County Clerk M S Rngland was In Horse Branch the first of the week Judge R RWeddlng and daughter little Miss Daisy went to Louisville SundaySherifPH Bush of Livingston county is the guest of Mr and Mrs S M Phillips Mr and Mrs P L Felix who have been visiting at Olaton have returned home Mrs Dr E B McCormick Owens born will visit Mrs Dr A P Stan ley next week Messrs S M Phillips Rowan Hol brook and John H Thomas went to Owensboro today Mrs Dr A P Stanley who has been visiting In Owensboro will reo turn home today Mrs Edward Rouse and Miss Cas sic Pelts of Logan county are the guests or Mrs B D Ringo Mrs Henry Au11of Bowling Green Is visiting the family of Dr JcHoover Owensboro this week Mrs Marion Lee Leltchfield and Mrs R R Wedding city were pleas ant callers at this office Monday Mr lyman Williams will leave Tuesday for Berea Ky where he goes to accept a position with a bank Mr and Mrs J W Ford and little granddaughter Winnie Davis Sim merman went to Owensboro Tuesday Mr and Mrs Noble Beau Sulphur Springs visited their daughter Mrs H Thomas Saturday and Sunday Mrs S M Rowe of Greenville who has been visiting the family of- Mt Henry Field retured home Wed nesdayDr H White Charleston Mo and Dr J C Hoover and wife of Owensboro expect to attend the Pair next week Mr A H Davlll Linton Ind was In town Tuesday Mrs Davis was s son of Rev James Davis of Mt Pleasant who died last week and came to be present at the burial of his father SHOOTING SCRAPE Jo Stratton takes a Shot at John N COmbs at Cromwell Jo Stratton and John Combs had a difficulty at Cromwell Saturday In which Stratton emptied the contents of a shot gun Into the anatomy of CombsCombs had rented Strattons farm the present season and we learn that the difficulty arose out of a dispute about division of the crop Combs Is lying st his home dangerously wounded Stratton has been arrested and will have an examining trial before Esquire Martin atCro m well tomorrow Stratton Id a crippled man who never walked a step In his me Must go to the Pesthouse Bowling Green Ky Sept 24 Luther R Porter and his family were taken to the penthouse by force after the Injunction to prevent It had been dissolved Porters child had small pox and he refused to allow her to betaken to the smallpox hospital and secured1ln Injunction Does AdvertisIng Pay A department store In New York announced In the newspapers of theI city day lest north that It would glue stickpin with thq class number on It to the children la every grade In the public schools ifeach child woud a postal card asking for It A hundred and sixtyfive thousand poSeI tat cards were received In response to theiradvertisement which seems to Indicate among other things that when something le offered for noth lag there Is no lack of people ready to asset It Incidentally also It seems suggest that advertisements areI read and that la turn suggests that advertising paysYouths Compau Ion m v IThe above lion th wra or every bottle of the OWENS PINK MIXURR =the babyd friend from blrtlIuntil he has his teeth All druggists I Aching JointsIn tho fingers tore arms and other parts of the body are Joints that are inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of tho blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especial after sitting or lying long and thei condition la commonly worse In wet weatherIt nB long time since we have been without roods Saruparllla father thinks he could not do without lie hat been troubled with rheumatl since he was a lay and Hoods Sarsapa rllla Is the only medicine he can take that will enable him to take hll place In the Odd MISS ADA DorY Sidney Iowa Hoods SarsaparilleJ and Pllls Remove the effuse of rheumatlsmnc dutward application can Take them EXCITING CHASE Marshal Mauzy HotFoots Clar ence Allen Out of Town Tuesday Clarence Allen a younll man living four miles north of town came to Hartford and tanked up pretty freely and proceeded to demonstrate on the streets the neatness of b horse Wednesday young Allen came Inte town again and when the marshal saw him au exciting chase ensued Allen started up Center street at a pretty lively gate and the Marshal called to Clarence Morrison a forme r town marshal to follow him while bran e back to Union street to head 08 Allen In the alley in the rear of Lee Chlnns saloon When the Marshal turned up the alley from Union street Allen was Just turning Into it from Center street When Allen sad the Marshal coming up the alley be wheeled about and ran out Center street toward the tobacco factory The Marshal drew his pistol and fired the only effect of which was to increase Allens running gait The young man succeeded In reach Ing the residence of the family of a rel- etive In town and out of respect for the family where he was hiding the Marshal declined to search the house but says he will take care of him the next time he comes to town The Newly Wed Jerry Landers Palo to Eva Whir satt Palo Alva L Crnme Spring Lick to lula Renfrow Jingo L T Clark Butler county to Au tha Coots Sunnydale Joe A Campbell Rosine to Cova Holland Manda A Pleasant Trip A large crowd of folks took an excursion Sunday on the steamer Little Hen which has entered the Hartford trade The boat is adopted for excursions as well as for hauling freight and as It has good speed Ills all that one can desire In the way of a boat The courtesy of the officers Is admired by aU who know them and It Is hoped that the people will realizes that they have the right boat lu the right place and give It their support Everyone present reports the greatest trip of their life with one exception and all ore anticipating Just another such trip soon The following young people made up the party rUes Plelts Shannon Pair Stella Etta and Lilly Thomas Mary Smith and Mrs Wooten Messrs P D Tweddell Henry Nail Sam Cox Dr J S Bean Clarence Field Rolly Riley U S Carson and others a central BusIness College Notes We began on our second month of school Monday and expect to do bet ter work this month than the paste Would like to see more of you with us DU H Matthews conducted X Fri day morning In a very interesting wayJudge Barnes and Mr S A Ander son were pleasant callers Wednesday evening and gave us an Interesting talk A K Anderson matriculated Mon day In shorthand and typewriting The following are the names o1 those excelling In the following sub Jects during the first school month of the Central Business College Business Arithmetic J T Hong land 97 7- Spelling J T Hoagland 956 Oral Spelling John Patterson too Grammar R D Wedding 975 Business Correspondence J T Hoagland 97 3 WYMAN MR Enlron Suffer a few thoughts from a McLean county reader and ad miter of TIrE RnruDLICAN I con gratulate you on the honor of sentlng a patty that making such rapid strides In growth and popular ty With your new building and eVe Increasing patronage there appears a bright future before you while the good county of McLenn has practically no newspaper of her own Circuit Court at Calhoun Is attracting but little attention this time there being no Important assbe lore It The Goebelltes is this the second Congressional district are very much alarmed over the nomination of Col Bob Slack by the great Republican convention at I1enderson Little 1 Sanley now sees what a giant he has to face and as Stnnlrys little mind cannot comprehend anything higher than the GoebelTaylor sandal he will find out to his great dts constitute that Col Bob was au eyewitness to the whole proceedings The fight promises to be the hottest that this district has ever experienced I 1 o Lt t OurNewFadi Ave now on hand and we invite the pub ofms2ever Hart 1 cxpensoinlight the eye please the wearer and save tthe pocketbook a Years of experience 1 have tauohtus just what the people want Ci andwith a desire to serve their interests we have succeeded in purchasing a stock which in point of excellent values and 2low prices has never been excelled in this market This stock includes all the latest things in Clothing Fine Dress Goods Wraps Hats Shoes and everything that rgoes to fit out a lady or gentleman in the s2 wearte1i a lote glege Seeials i i Heavy Factory Cotton 4Jc J2CiExtra Heavy Drllllug 7Ke tGood Calico 4 cs2Ci Good Shirting sc Good heavy S6luch Waterproof 400- Allwool heavy TopSklrt goods soc Mens Black Clay Worsted Sultsslzes 35 to 42 250 Better grade same 3 00 Ci Youths Suits same goodss to tg 2 25 Boys all wool Sultalllzes 7 to 15 140 tPBigline of Overcoats to suit everybody 2Ci Shoes 400 s2CiBig line of Childrens Shoes readymadertP Please remember that wo have as fine Cia stock of Dry Goodsin all linesas can be found in this section and we are right in the push when it comes to styles and novelties No old stockeverything new tGive us a call and we assure you that we s2will come as near supplying your wants 44 as any store in the county and at prices 44 that will be entirely satisfactory to you t Yours tOr Trade S M B CH Hartford GUNS GUNSWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OP Shot Guns Riflesh Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETCAnd rv rwUullr BIt yon to call and see the arynnt and beet line of Shot oaee ever in Jlarton PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford New Commercial Hotet Hartford Kent11cky Everything now throughout Table the best Sorvico excellent Como and see us r ISAAC FOSTER Proprietor DUNDEE Misses Ella Campbell and Edithy Carson of Hartford spent Saturda night with friends here Miss Laura Johnston and sister Mrs Dettle Cole visited their father Mr Tom Johnston east week Mr Cnllle Acton Is In loulsvUl this week purchasing his fall stock 01 goods Rev Ratcliffe Pordaville gave quite an interesting lecture here Saturday afternoon Miss Plorln King left Wednesda y for Hartford where she goes to lea dressmaking Mr Tom Coxs residence Is near lug completion Miss rIollle Renrow valted he r sister Mrs H C Acton the first oj the week Poorly II For two a suAered terribly from dyspepsia with great depression and was always feeling poorly lthen tried Ayers Saraa and In one week I was a McDonaldI Dont forget that Its Ayer s Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the oldtestcd tried and true Ayers Sarsapa rilla sleoaetlu enerprw- Asti your doctor what h think of Aye 1I 11 know rl botthl gran old faintly modlotne Yellow hla edrlr sad w will ha ati5M J U ATaeCe1AwaI Mau Mr and Mrs Roy Armendt of Nat rows spent Sunday with the family of Mr W R Bean Mr Chas Martin has returned from Indiana where he has been for sometime Mr and Mrs John Renrow of Narrows spent Sunday with relatives I here Miss Bettle Renfrow returned from Louisville last week where she had been to purchase millinery stock Miss Tula Coppage le very low of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Byron Beau and little son Wyman spent Sudsy with reI- atlves at Fordsvllle A merry crowd of young people or this place attended a social at Nar rows Saturday night Miss Mttle Renrow who has been visiting friends here returned to her home In Morgantown last weekMrs John Duke Is visiting her daughter Mrs C L Armendt I V LAtdgmcownswn L- 0111poIIa ril 1 JoIooo IhlSouthlor price lot OeM Yta Rpalrc4 BARNES FOUNTAIN PEN yinetRebher ki tI1otSub line1irenam- C r BARNES 4 CON LOUISVILLE IT r tW1r r Hartford Republlcanl FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2G illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Table New time ektd taking effect Sandar flee 1 2D00 at noon Norlhfound SonlhIlonnd- Nalsi iuetam No111dulllra- No m 102doeklipm No lot tine7pNoi2Sdnelrs0pm No131due1tOp m Local Frelghte- NoUldae7tOam Nol Idn0aTp m 9 R VUMETER Agent a FAUDiet Quo- In time p11 by drerrlna- w w- AN ADVANTAGE OF COMB NATION One or the reasons why American manufacturers are finding a ready market abroad Is that we not only have the ability to do things well but also to do them quickly When the British Government wanted a most important steel railway bridge built In India none or the bridge tullders In Europe would undertake to complete It wIthin the time limit give bat an American bridge bnlldlng co- poration took the contract and did complete It by the time required This corporation was able to do ti work because It represented the con solldatlon or a dozen small ls working on different parts of brid building This advantage enabled the corporation to manufacture and assemble all the parts or the structu under one general contract and do all work within the time limit This Is an illustration or modern business methods It la a natural development and to attempt to destroy the trusts by free trade would destroy not only the big combinations but the IndIvidual manufacturers who are engaged In the same line or business TheRepubllcans have a better plans It to control and regulate the trusts not to destroy them for they simply represent the modern method or bus ness combination and cooperation sus When your Democratic friend sug Jests free trade to kill the trusts tell him that you do not want to bur down the barn to get rid of the fieasI Then remind him of a few facts and ask him to chew them over first that the only law on the statute books to regulate the trusts was passed by aI Republican Congress second that this law was In force during a Demo cratic administration and that not a finger was lifted by the Democratic AttorneyGeneral to use It against the trusts third that a Republican administration Is using the law and is now proceeding against the bee trust and the Northern Securitie merger Finally ask your Democrat- Ic friend If common sense does not dictate that the Republicans have done can do and will do more to regulate the trusts than the Democrats a There Is one thing the AmericanI people cannot stand for a quitter They do not like a man who will give up In the lace ordlffi- cuIties without trying to overcome them or who tans away from ajob because It Is hard The genius or the American people Is to do things to deliver the when the have undertaken a contractIThis Is what Senator Poraker atBut Ohio probably had In mind although he expressed It In polished language when he uttered his famous sentence In the Philippines debate In the Sen ate last winter We will not come away from the Philippines because we cannot come away unless we write dishonor andI poltroonery across the forehead o1 the American people and no administration will do that or be allowed to do It by the American people A few Democratic politicians In the Senate and House want to quit the Philippines but the great mass of Democrats throughout the country representing the good husky American spirit will not follow their leadI aa t It Is the lashlon or certain Demo eratic politicians to claim that the United States Is now maintaining a Thousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know itrla bFillwater and let It stand ksedimenttllng Indicates an unhealthy condl tton of the kid neys If it stains your linen it Is evidence of ney trouble tooW frequent desire tore pass It or pain In 21- Ih b I dderareDot A knowledge so SwampRoot theback la Inabilityto orIt or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantnecessity timesdTlogibeordtnuyeffect of Swamp Root Is soot oderfulIf you need a medIcine you should have the re best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes I pIwonderfuland a book that tells at moro about it both sent h out tl1addressCo Binghamton N Y When writing men but lion reading this generous offer In this paper Is- o r rNcrnJlke tyranny in the PGplpluu a Aclde from the consideration that the United States means the people this country who are not tyrants not Nero but a pretty good lot of fel lows there Is the tact the American Congress bestowed a bill or rights on the Filipinos That bill of right Is a guarantee of justice for ever dweller In the stands It proves that no man shell be deprived olllle liberty or property without due o cess oClaw that the privilege or writ of habeas corpus shall be the same as in this country and as everyman knows the writ of habeas coypu a Is one the greatest guarantors of personal justice that bell shall be allowed that accused persons shall ha right of counsel a speedy trial t compulsory attendance of witnesses In his behalf shall not be put twice In jeopardy for the same offense and soon through a long list or benefits and Immunities The Filipinos have never dseamed or such a measpre of liberty It Is certain they would not have received it If the Democrat program ol scuttle had been adopted end Aguinaldo permitted to etabllsh his depotlsm In the Islands thre would not stand lot tree sliver The Democrats bobbed up again with It i eD3g8 together with trade end go wallopedonce more In goo they came up again with tree sliver and getree trade and run away from the Phil and got walloped again Here they are back once more doing rebusiness at the old stand on old Is- sueslree trade flee sliver and sent Ue In the Orientand they will get walloped again They never learn anything a- a Like the Indignant father who takes his boy behind the woodshed for a little fatherly correction Sam has to pause about once In every two years and take the Democratic party out to glue it a hiding The licking will come off this year shoo November aa The Democratic plans and poi rtes for running this great big government or ours for strange com 1blnatlon of rot unreasonableness and Impracticability Ramos Tonic Liver Pills have n equal as a liver medicine Try them for any chronic case of disordered liver and you will be entirely satisfied with the result Just one before retiring m Next Morning Philosopher Hypochrondrlacs are largely it no entirely self made Life In the country Is a dreamto those who live elsewhere necessarilysn cases man la vale You rennet command confidence and respect by trampling upon the rights and privileges or others The city man severs learns that farming Is something of a science un he tries to plow a straight furrow across a forty acre lot It Is a waste or time trying to settle the question as to who le the greatest living man since 1t Is not yet determined who was the greatest dead one There Is the same reason for the employe to be just to the employer as the employer to be just to him this principle Is too often Ignored on one side or the other Ir not on- bothEnqulrer a A Communication speakfewe Cough Remedy I suffered for three years with the brouchtls and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to glue me say relief until my wife got a tattle of this valuable medicine which has completely relieved me WS Brock man IIagnell Mo This remedy Is for salt by all druggists m Excursion Rates National Encampment G A R Washington D C Oct 6u 290x On account of above occasion round tickets will be sold from Beaver to Washington D C and reo urn for r5 4S for round trip Tickets on sale Oct 34 5 and 6 Igoz Tickets limited to October 14 for return except that by depositing tickets with Joint Agent not later then tzoa oclock noon Wednesday October 25 and upon payment of fee at- 5ce at time or deposit extension of limit to leave Washington to Including November 3 5902 may obtained Stopover privileges or Plttsburg Be11a1re0 Par- ersburg or Huntington W Va Ex between Orange Va and Wash Ingtou on C O Grand Lodge F A M Louis vllle Oct 2t gJOn account of above occasion trip tickets be sold at rate arose fare for the trip Tickets on sale October and for early morning trnin October stet Limited to Oct 24th for return I Kansas Democratic Platform ot The Democrats of Miami county Ken have adopted a platform which a model of frankness and brevity Nothing Is said about sixteen to one the trusts or Imperialism or the robber Tariff or the consent or the governed or pointing with pride- or Its viewing with alarm or any to kind or sort of principles Jefferaonianm otherwise The n ise follows Resolved That the Republican should be defeated In the State the county and the rascals turned or officc It Is not stated why talents should be turned out that of course le understood It la order that Democratic rascals rosy get In Not often rimes the up petite party speak with such lion ofestq and candor Kansas hex fur nlshed a model or sincerity which the Democracy In other parts of the coun try will doubtless admire sincerely Rochester Democrat and Chronicle toBubblesOne of the watchhands An odd piece or lurnlturethe bachelor heHasnt time to spatethe busy tat manSome Americans are so patriotic they wont even eat on Esopean plan One thing we have spotteddlce A questionable proceedingthe vesweat box ardent heThe poster girl isnt to blame for being stuck up In hot weather a revolving tan Is a good thing to have around Why not try developing a parrots talking powers In a speakeasy When a big gun goes ofIon a trip we all hear the report IcMan propose and then lets the woman dispose of his proposal The night blooming cereus might not be so serious In the day time A haunted house often has not a occupiedeangry often nothing but a hot knight It Isnt always the car conductors farfpeo yle would rather think over than at tempt to cross The religious publishing heals may be said to do a good business Glasses are often of more use than cosmetics In Improving a womans looks Philadelphia Bulletin r Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutclybarmless the kidneys liver and bowels cures constipation sid headache dears the complexion and makes the childeten as as For sole by J Thos Allen RoslneKy The Democrats talk or the Repnb leans being divided this year as i that was a new cry Was there ever a year that the Democrats did not claim the Republicans were divided Springfield Union Compare the prosperous conditions that prevail today with conditions that exist a few years prior to the andoyourself cldlng which you prefer and would rather enstainUalentlne Neb Re publican IAtThe Kind You Have Always Bought Dears theIBlgnatwa of s The dear dinner pall well filled will not be exchanged for the light wind jam filled dinner pathSheffield Ala Reaper CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS 0 augaVtf dodo krisWic rorIIClIrribbonTulubnd mllUon JluyorycurVruCIor end le In rampi tot TU dtrb- CDIODEaT1R OUEMIOAL CO 1100 JIIadloou Square IIULL P-AYna Ials par I A FAMOUS PAINTING One Pltturo lu a Japanese Picture Villle Only at Might Soma ot the finest Japanese paint inga In Washington ore hi the legation building ot that nation the Japanese ambassador being collector and con tlolsseur ot the art of isle native land The Japanese style ot paInting Is altogether unlike that ot Europo and AmerIca and the reason Japanese painters are solo to produce color et feels that are tho lIes pair of Euro peon rend Arocrlcam artists la owing to the pIgments they use a largo number of which are secret and unknown out stria of Japan In Japan there Is a very famous patotlng whIch no amount ot money could buy and which la the master place ot n ramous artist who lived sovcrAl centurIes ago Viewlag the paInting to the daytime one le disap- poInted It shows noUlloG moro tGaD- a very commonplace landscape once loved by mountaIns or hills As peas Uowever ise night tails ono begtns to reailzo the peculiar merit ot the picture tor upon the cnpvns there ap pests a lumluous water buttalo curl Ueu browsinG upon the grass nt Its feet The artist who painted this picture dtscofered a certatn phosphorescent patnt which Go obtaIned tram tho bod ice ot certliin mollusks or Osh and with which ho painted the buffalo that furlslblo la daylight ts luminously brilliant In the dark Tho secret ot making tide paint riled with tho setter The picture which hangs In a But dllilt temple Gne proved n settle source superstition the priests claimInG tho t- tho bnttalo htl1es away la tho shade behind soma trees 1n the picture dur- Ing tho beat or tho dAy coming out at olght to grazeWaShlngton Post the Blatt That ICIlt Eneh other on One ot the queerest sharks Is the thrasher which Lae too upper lobo ot tall so much developed ne to equal length tee body ot the fish lteelf Its tall Is controlled by powerful uscles ands used ns a weapon swordfish and thrasher sharks have been sees on many occasions to attaclC whales In concert and kill them tho C sharks lashing theIr victims with their falls while tho swordfish pierce them from below On tho other hanl1 sharks themselves are often killed by pore pulses whIch will surround a shark and lash too enemy to death with Weir flukes fo ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY IrcoaroxaTro necessaryIwhereyancanbuyyonrownphoneaand 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 wilt be at the whole expense it you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For partlcu lass call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky- Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land Ontho Crostotthe Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort In America z8oo feet above sea level 350 000 Invested In Improvements and atlll the place retains Its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and too cottages open far boarders at reasonable rates This Is the site of resortthe Monntaln a and summer schools end of the great Chautauqua Itself and Is annually vis fled by thousands of persons who are strengthened In mind by the unex- celled facilities afforded far educational work and Invigorated In body by the Gealth giving Influence tor which this paradise or the mountains Is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the II O SouthWestern from June 1St to September 3oth good reo turning until October Stet Igoz Specially low rates during Jnlv and August for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertllinment summer school sessions etc will be tutnished In reply to Inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Lake Park MarylandEor I on the subject of rates and time of trains apply to TlcketAgents H O SW R R or the n R nderslgnedI O P ucCARTY GenL Passr ARt I Cincinnati Oh- ioC4r5lTORIdHem teeThe Kind Yon Hats Always Beglh- tslgaaturo or IATTENTION I G A R i The Baltimore Ohio Railroad follows the Potomac river tor neary one Hundr d and Fifty lIIIes The Potomac river Indelibly linked with the fortunes of War All qul1 along the Potome taolght- Ezept now and tben atray picke- tieehoRnhawalkeoohlbetttoandfco I Dy aNAeman laid to the thleket But was not always quiet along the Potomac For lour long weary years the valley through which the river winds and which now Is a dream ol I peace and prosperity was hotly con orlthelows the famous stream for nearly one hundred and fifty mlleslrom Pled mont W Ve to Washington Junc tlon Marylandand both river sad railroad were crossed and reeroased time end again by the contending armless The battles of Antletem South Mountain Monocecy andIGettysburg were all fought mliln line of the B O Harpers Perry picturesque sad beautiful ilea the sharp northeastern polar of I West Virginia whose rock bound sides glide the gentle Shenandoah to confluence with the Potomac I The B InmentOctober Gu and all Its trains will traverse this territory Cell on your neatest Ticket tot lateor address 1OGeneral Passenger AgentII J LI I cisTolilA For Infants and Children The Kind YouHave Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA Tr eu CoCW TOUN elm- I URIBR nUnHAL i2TIMES 104 Times a Year rho TUCA WEEK qIUltJER OII1XII the best paptrpllblllhIn e UmtI Stilt fur Democrat nod for Arl redden It h the eqllal of many unlike and th- oatrlnr nl ail ler mlWoekU or Weski- ksIlery Nntteraon E1lto- rn Wedaeedey lieu la devoted to I EW- 21tTYElttiwSaturdy tune Ie dotsthe IIUJIE ttnmptecople sent tree on appll raUos AJdrru TilE COVRIERJOER- NA I CO rorlnm Eye fI T IMebtl arrswemeat you MD get the RE- oltTltLIlAIi end the TICEoWEEU- cuuuunroVUXAL both on year only IU iO rp This I for nuh Nnbeerlptlone only All as- actiptioea under this combination offermnrt be sent throught The Republican once A Good Route to Try It traverses a territory rich In undeveloped resources a territory contaIning unlimited possibilities for agriculture horticulture stock rais- Ing mining and mmufacturfng And last but not least It is The Scenic Route for Tourists The Frisco System now offers the traveling public excellent service and fast time Between St Louis and Jansas City and points is Missouri KanSAs Arkansas Oklahoma Indian TerriItory Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points In Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast Between BIrmingham and Memphis and points in Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas 1Pullrates cheerfully fumlshe upon npplf cation to any representative of the Company or to Passenger Traffic Department ISlIolnt For 44 Years RikCshavbeenqaaUtramonc SouthernIOOpl are W to ant and Wlab aM ateo IYIC ou- rmods r00t lather end sodhather RingSl rItIaItNot Skt Cold it rr- a 471 J n S co coNo0 I lot u isesWltl lor OIIr Coll1 1 andSnyerear OPBARJfEdi CO- la io6 W Market St- LOUISVILLE KY Look at the Date On you label area you can readily calculato how much you me owing on your subscription It may seem n small item to each ono arrears but the sum total to a considernl sum busiInesspay ltCAIfiITORYIA Bean thethe Kind You Hate Aiwas Bought Iltgutaro of i2 P Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE WoI are going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guaranteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to the most popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY tolllo most popular Gentleman Teacher hr Ohio County The patrons ufriIE REuunLICAN shall Idetormino the Con test in the manner following For each 25c In cash Paid on subscription to TILE REPUnrICAN ho shall bo entitled to cast ono vote for n Lady and ono for n Gentleman Tencher Arrearages advances und new subscriptions all count alike Cut out the coupon below fill in the name of the Lady an Gentleman fur whom you want to veto and mark the num ber of votes you aro entiled to in plain figures on th Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will be in care of a committeo to bo appointed by the County Superintendent The ballots will bo opened and counted by th committeo and the property transferred to the winners on tho last day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute which wit bo hold the first or second week in October 001T O Vote for hiss as the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Votes for Dlr I as Ale most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County Signeft P 0 Our Clubbing List Republican and TwiceaWeek Courior Journal peryrL6Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year 1GO- Republican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 Republican ant Toledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago Intor Ocean per year 133 Republican and TwiceaWeek Now York WorldlbU FIELD SONoox TacP ro- alsTRANSFER LINECJtxosxa UAnronc axe CcAVR a sa HARTFORD BFA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE Al THIS OFFIE COLLINS SALOON BAETPOED I FHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO lJoUKKceptnsf fiYEBfSTISTMCCNfAPf3 ASho lj rdrilfiJ9r 11rltd for tJl4Il saran experienced teacbt ich one a epeclalld to hiline Oradastea of Ohl collegeprefernd- bybaelnesshouse Ws are now to our new hom nearest corner Second and Walnut Street the autandbestarrangedschoolbuildingIntheaoutb Indhtduallastruction School in session alltbeyenr Studentennenteratanytime Vbitonalwysweicom EI1WR1011TPreR IkSVkc1 fm fCOST NO MORU TITAN PLAIN ONES IN XVhite BronzeMarble is entirely out or datI Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and tare and eventually crumbles back 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 nhllnnMu tdn and by thousands of delighted customers In all parts of the con try It haaIbeen on the market over s5 years and la as established uccess granite dealers have bought White Bronze far their own burial plots We have hnndreds of beautiful designs oCall grades o workand want to have yon see them if you ere lntereated In a monument headstone marktror grave cover On receipt of a postal card will bo pleased to call with designs end sample of White Bronze Yours truly KyAgentConn If You Want To keeP Posted and othcrvtise- wellinformedf subscribe for The J1epublican And getlll the news aU the tIme wnn m Ohio Ooanty ClrellltCoartW 1 OweD JadRlI JtiERege Attorney Owasboro 111 fllsckJaBer LA- AndennnClerk Rowan Holbrook Master Con mlooouorl 011 Ltkene Trnata JuryFudt Cal 1 Keowu Sheriff Itattloed leputyshenaJ- a Krown Clarence grown Jo II Roberta n L nod Film 1I1s COnrtroueonUloD- d ID Starch and August and coaUuue tkre- weksand third toady la May and Noywbr two week- sCoaatycourtJ P Muter Jedgr KII nag aJQerkl W It Raroes Attorney Ilartfoed- XJCOurt cobrene ant MondajIn each mouth MoSdtiylaCourt of OalmeConrrua ant Monday lu January Turdy alter urond Monday la 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Wedding OeztOodtiA O U W mist ant aid third Sataday allthUartlord Lodge No 1111 F t A Maou ant Moody sight lu sack mouth Rough flyer rodnNoUIXallIoJ rylbta- mrtsveryTaedy dghR- Vttetoa Uoroo loot No 1 O A nbold reg alas meUagsMturdaJbsronarattadeylus eh m t- AamembneftberepcrtlnlodgesnUtttd attend all mrsttoga ATTENTION1 Wbla Owalboro Can oa Wm CItYea- deler la pan straight Whiskies Appl aid- Peach flatdka Agar Iraak Fekranwtsg 0Co Jagodenm hftln prompt llsaoubest file Whlsky la the State Wm CUSHION Owensbore Famowaa IIDS9r1tIIia JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY rollettoasmallgabstractsealsoKotaq ty uonbld pobUuqun s C E SMITH IATTORNEY AT LAW KT Willpraetlcehiproleetoa la alt the ro1AppMSprettlhean UmaurnUhlolouatySteakJ Attorney at Lawi IIAnrroiw I r- WUlpnelkhlsprolesloslsOSleudB1ola gtnstoeUbaaluse S P BOD- YI1TTORNEYI1T LRTYP- URDNVILLE KEIITt1tJKY ofOttoSpedaialteoUoo give to tolkctloae C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW RARTFORD1KY pefuttsWwinCollections a al1allJ E P NEAL Attorney at Lawf HARTFORDIKY Will prartlce hte prates io Is alt the coansci oatMnluJ S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSWW1 at LAW HARTFORD KY ofOhiopeals frompt attention ghee to all buduae- entroatdtohim Once inlluresucasbutidlsg R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky wU practicehiprofesetouinthecoartotOhio cud adJolningrountle Alanxotaralabite U LIIEAnrN RRNEST WOODWARD HEAVRIN WOODWARD 1to t e s at cX1I- ARTrORO 1 KT Will pneliatheir prorloD In aa0 CourtOhio toady and Court of Appeals lips rollsUonaWe H BARNES Attorneyat awA- ND COUNTY ATTAItNE- YUAursoaniKv h Will practice hi prolloal a ltlla II of Ohio and adjoiningcountlsand inthCourtof Appeals Strict attotioawllbeMTEI tu all business ntmtd to hte tan olleetllII a pectallJ Olga is roartbotue n CoFYaiowre V f mayInntlen etsolaBent 1 1IpStlttifiC Jlmerltall jAhudameiJlthttnldweekly iaacetsetany TrwNa MUNNtco8IBroadw1JewYnlk x at + Jt j k t r= t