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JI 1Ji 4 TilE HARTFORD REPUBLICA- NAF9JobWork a Specialty OFFICIAL QE n OF TDB PAin IN TBEFOOBTB COH iEUlOHALDISTBrCr Subscription I a year ViOL xv HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1902 No11 I =th qlet hu1th mainlyJI I there bel a wt11nourjsj body and little liability to dlaorders of theL ot auth othr dkrw I result from Ih andlack diIDr Pierce Golden Jled DcoyeyFand other Or 111101 dige tlon and nutri tIoAdaIth othIt caJUed I 1 dliuatdC 1 ICaIIIacls y- ci Mbaif the- perfe nutd t tIoUoVthe Ii poweraadIIUI WtuImlffT1 fflU crcotIc lanhn for II s ytir wrl Mrs Uary A uor Ilona- J ismrjkhIth rvcvIctinmcncrd uin1 lInua rrrnedieL I took ftrriJ Jtanct ot SmWftd u you diad I 1 havt not had D nt1U1l ot tny tzvuble dDte uLg your mcdJdDd Am now Ptiity4ne ur I nnft hid to rcIIne ID quick I think Drrrea iMk1e the ratI4 on esl bue coy re iedkiniMybaltlat1uyAccept no for Colden Med Dtaeoytxy There II nothing 9UIt- Ii goode for dteaaes or the Itcdnath I bloOd and hUlg bestlkiUeltI and i SSouthern anwayITbrouzEI bt lItBo nt SlaMaI KKNTUCKyTENNESSEE South OARQLtNA ALABAMA VIR North OAROLINAGEOR 2 GISt and MISSISSIPPI rIuIgt1 TbrefleUy1 Ioa3tweIotYlU aid hzl1oa Ut4rYIto CIalr Car Trail Isye asd srrtv onI1IIfrom yat1- tBIrsVIo14 teoaet nItktraIeottb1WaQtatralaalltud i lIoILLRI1 ad4IIII tOIALolnW 4th Anf slnlDt i t t Health and Pleasure Rosorta- H WITH F Medica Watersj ontbUasoRhl IC4- IIi Railroad adjh Yazoo Mississippi Valley I RAILROAD rI1Ia tprlnp AIUun WoI Coopn pawta I4a Wolia aDd nroD WU are tIIr j p irts NtabllaW teltll ud pfeaur rrort Rk mflraf water a a feature and baying J 110101AftOlllmodUn They arIocatonor entlngionaotbItmaotib Ililnoli vlr1Il and Yeioo A MIllppI Talky nllrud ivpii4lig1om or j4 Mississippi lId to tbe daIIed rra fry eopj OrD 1 Ularsta4 book dMnIblajf tbtn all in diIl tIo Ilrdle Bprla lflmzlo Hpr1alf1lDuloD i prsga rein prigandCrittndn Ilrlrlfll I Ktleky and Creel Spring and i iInoHptla Soolbra Jlllaol areelmilar4 1 r9rtinrnlngwbkb an fllnstrnted book baa t r blesdbkb ra be had fri un pllkaUoDI totbindrulgned A II UANtOXtI j 1 i IfluaoliCttralflUUleigo- c iNEWTHROUGH LINErf 8EWEENEVAN8VILLE AND A CEICCOLestablished Sor the entire dlstancf over the Illinois Central betweet EvansvllL and Chicago the line beingt 4viaMattoon Champaign and fro Uvanavilie to Mattoon ormerlyj a part of the P D n servlcE3 13 as follows NOFITIi BOlJNDIk to 730amf1 t SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex SuaI LvChlcsgo 84opm 830amI AinvaDsvlile 805am ssopm Throngh sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair 4 at on day trains Tickets oyour local ticket agentIJ THE NEW YORK WORLD I EdltfonAITkrlc aWeek j F most a DailY at the Price o- tr I Weekly i 1 7b aleampl8la oyer but tbt t 4world gondon lust tll acm It ta tel olese 1 TolarnthIanwa iufl a 1 uprolDPtIJ and ipatUllyall that jon bay to do Ia to loot I Intbeolnmnof TbTbrloaWeek Editlonol i tk New York World 11110 com o tbub j uItr 155 tIm a L TbTbrWek World diligence aa a pni hoer or first D be given It circulation whir i tier tb Engilab lngaage Ii pokesandyo44 I antK- I XhTbrleaWek World gnlr nbattSl-J 0 tto price Ia oDI7 00 tr7r We olll thu I wsquatedoawpaperend Tn Rnrunucxto ptbiTeiyi5r1O1Oi Xb rrnlsr price oft two ps 5 pree is 200- It OJ cSubscribe for THEI bx HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I 100 per year in r advance t TWO WEEKS Placed As Outside limit Fixed By DoctorsPresl dentMayBeAble To Leave Ills Room In halt tk TimeNumber of the Callers LImited Walblagtoa Sept 2sPresldeqt Roosevelt passed a comfortable night and ate his brraklast with great relish this morning After breakfast Dr Rixey Dr OReilly and Dr Lung made an examination or the wound and reported that It was In a sitisfac tory condition They expect the la flammation to be allayed without complications Absolute quiet has been enjoined upon their distinguish ed patient There was a slight rise In the Pies idents temperature last night arter be rcached the temporary White House This was attributable to the excitement Incident to his removal Irons the train and was regarded saIentirely natural In the circumstances The President II In excellent spirits but hu acquiesced In the decision of his physicians for absolute repose The announcement la made that he will see no visitors lave the memo ben of his Cabinet and then only upon the mOlt Important business It la the desire of the President that the public should be Informed fully concerned his condition but there Is natural antipathy against the Issue of bulletins less the Importance and gravity of the wound might be mag ulfied It la not unlikely however that Secretary Cortelyou occasionally l may Issue an officIal statement If forc no other reason than to IlIent dla quieting rumors Complications can arise only II It should later develop that the bone or the leg Is injured a contingency not now anticipated RECEIVES PEW CMfERS The President did not leave his bed his morning but lit up and read atbook Secretaries Shaw Wilson ndI- IItcbcock lour d him reading when hey called They said be looked asa bale sndhearty as he ever did See retarlea Shaw and WUloa returned nly this morning front Chicago where they were to have mt thea PresidentvThroughout the day the President remained sitting up In bed Interest- Ing himself wltlt a book or chatting wIth Mrs Roosevelt except when irecthlg the disposition olsome matter regarded as pressing enough to bring to his attention Little buscness will be laid before him but there are several matters Including some pending diplomatic appointments which probably will be attended to h- hortly Secretary Curtelyon during tbe day traasacted much routine busp Ineaa Only afew of the foreign diplomats are la the city but those who are here called personally to Inquire after tbe Presidents condition Among h- he first to arrive wu the Japanese Minister Mr Takahlr There were alllO a number of other distinguished including Gen James Long treetoSUCRR1ARY MOODY CALLS Secretary Moody was admitted to tbe Presidents bedroom about nOon e and remained with him Cor some t tilDe The secretary made a passing reference to the situation lu South American waters I did not desire o trouble the President with official business said he although he Is as now to consider such matters as he ever was lie Is like a man suf- ferlog from a sprained ankle wetlI and hearty except for the local trouble with his leg Dr Lung remained at the White house throughout the day At 4 oclock Surgeon Gen Rlsey came over from the Navy Department and alter he had seen the President It was announced that President Roosevelt bill passed a comfortable day with no appreciable change In his condl- dltloa The slight rise In tempera ture noted during the night had dli appeared The doctors SlY that the President will be confined to his room a week or ten days with two weeks as the outside limit The President was resting very comfortably when his physician called to see him this evening lie is complying strictly with their Injunctions to give his minted leI complete rest and good results are apparent already In view of the satisfactory Improvement In the President con dltloa no prepared statement was made SecretarY Cortelyoui simply saying when he left the temporary Wlilte house at zo oclock for the eveningthat Mr Rooeeveltwasdoisg nicely The discovery of gold In Australia half a century ago brongbt many thousands of honest adventurers and also not a few dishonest desperadoes to the antipodes lorthe benefit ot the latter costly jails had to be erect edandsomC of these corrective In stltutlons arc nQW nl longer requIred Alter lying Idle for some time the jail at Kllmore near Melbourne n- dlltrlctpeopled for the most part by Irish iettlera wa converted by the government Into acreamery and butter factory It Is 110W proposed to utiliZe the jlll at Maryborough- In the same atateVlctoslrfor simi lay reproductive work The chief secretary recently paid it an unex peeted visit and found to his surprise thAi there were more wardens than prlsoueraIondon Chronicles I Marshall FleldLeadrng Merchant Of the World One day a boy entered the employ Pqter Palmer tkei the leadJug dry goods merchallt of Chicago This boy wa about sixteen years old whose sole capital la trade wasa healthy body supplemented with an active brain When receiving wages of4 per week he was exchanging confidences with another lad ol his age When he voIced an ambition to be the richest merchant In the world This lad with the soaring ambition Is now Marshall Field and he has lived to experience the full fruition of his adolescent dream Not In LondOn or New York or anywhere else In all the world will one find a business ota merchant carrIed on with such meg nitwIt ilia wholesale store which covers an eutlre block Is the most stately dignified appropriate build- Ing oHts class la the world There tall store stands upon ground the value oCwblth to say nothing oUbe massive and extensive structure stand lug upon It Is greater by much than that of any other dry goods rullty holding and building upon earth At a very conservative estimate the value of the Wholesale and retail hold ogs is 15oooooo and every dollar It la owned by this great merchant prince Besides these two he has Jarge warehouses for the storing of his goods and an Immense stable ror- tbe sheltering of his army or horses used In his ibusiness Those who are well Inlormed declare that Marshall Field la worth zoooooooo and that he profits from his business and the ccretions from his reality holdings are adding greatly to this enormous nsi annually4 Mr Pick is Owner ofthe same bus IneM he entered as a boy By the Ibeer force of his own genius for pork nd management he has addedto its- olume a hundred old Other epor mously rth men of this country owe their wealth to speculation or to the development or certain favored Industries HIs wealth has come of leg iti mate trade as a dry goods merchant HIs wealth has Increased greatly be- ause of mostjudlcloua reality investments but the basis of his success lathe business cia merchant to which he has devoted the best energies of is active and asturebeing Ills IUC- ceM is due to strict probity and Im roved methods la buying sa welt as selling In alt matters or business Mr Field II signally clear His name is a synonym for uprightness One who buys at one of his stores knows e will get exactly what he seeks Nowhere else In all the world Is the civil service principle carried out more faithfully or systematically than at MarshailPields Every one from ffice boy up must undergo rigorous xaminations beforc promotion and the manor woman whoihas tailed to how progress at the earlyexamlna ion Is discharged while the succesa ful one Is sure of an Increase of wages or salary All of the wages are generous whIle some of the salaries are prlcely He Increases the posslbU- itiel of profit by developing all that Is best In his employe s Mr Fleldhasbeea throughout his career a most free and generous advertiser lie appreciates at Is fullest the potency of publicity His adyer tisements are models of excellent Ea- glllh and the best and highest art of the printer la employed la arranging the text la attractive forms One is greatly impmseI by the conseva fun or the advertisements of this great merchant prince No extrava Iant edjectives are used nor any extravagance of speech whatsoever There Is no promise that one will get at his store goods that are cheaper than any where else for any state ment tbat his wares are better than those to be found elsewhere What he does say Is that his goods arc it liable and that they are ollered No One questions the truth of any adver tlsement Inserted by him Mr Pleld works more hours and harder than any of his employees lie ia at his retail lfore by eight In the morning at his wholesale house by nine devotes IroaM twelve to two to his Immense reality holdings and the remainders ol the long afternoon to general business Upwards of six ty there Is no suggestion of age In his carriage thanks tohie temperate and pludent UvltJg He eschews 60- clety finds happltteaa In his work Is generous In divers ways la consider ate toward others to those In his employ and withala man whom sue cets has not hadened and who by his sterling qualities of mind and heart have attracted to himself a legion 01 admiring Irlendslh FOR REVENGE Frank McKie Guest at a BaR quet Quarreled With Host Wrecked Ills Hotel and Committed Suicide Washington Sept 2sThe GoldI en Eagle Hotel on the corner of New Jersey avenue and D street was dynamited this morning 430 oclock It Is alleged by Prank McKie one of the guests who subsequently corn mltted suicide Between twenty and thirty guests were thrown from their beds by the explosion but only the proprietor Louis Brandt lid hisiwile were Injured the tatter ser ly The root of the building was- blown ofT and the tailing wreckage crashed through to the basement leaving the structure as If wrecked by a tornado Every pane of glass In the building and the adjoining structure was broken The explosion called out the fire departmentrThe nflair Is Involved In some mystery lfhe proprietor gave a ban quet last night la honor of his wife who had just returned from Germany and McKie was a guest McKie had boarded at the hotel four years and hid been treated as a member ol the Brandt family which Included a daughter Sophie with whom Melcie Is said to have been In love Brandt denies that there was any understanding between the two McKie remarked last night that he was going to walt until Sophie re- oturnedlrom Germany with her mother lid then was going to his old home la Philadelphia Mrs Brandt and her daughter returned about 8 oclock last night The attempt at wholesale murder followed this morning MeRle with a pistol In his hand was seen by a employe of a lunchroom opposite the hotel Just before the shots were fired When the ex- ploslon occurred a slight blue sprang from the debris but It was quickly extinguished by the firemen Brandt and his wile were rescued before many of the thirty guests of the es tabllshment had reached the part of the building la which McKies room was located McKie with revolver clutched In his haud was found ly lug on the floor with his lead In a pool of blood A bullet hole near the right ear had caused Instant death Brandt was bruised about the body and shaken up badly and received a severeT cut on the left leg Mrs tamed bruises about the body and a cut hand When the wrecked buildTlug was searched today enough mite was found In McKies trunk toAblow up a block of buildings were six whole sticks and parts of twoFor three broken sUcks together a box ofcaps and a quantity of wire for longdlstance explosion lie had at least nine sticks of dynauilte la his I possession McKie was about twentyeight years old He was Irmerly or Philadelphia BUd had relatives In ChIcago His brother harry McKie wu kill ed in5Cjiicagolast year according to a telegram found In thc dead mans room tOoday McKl was a niachin 1st In the navyyard here but reo signed on inheriting upward of 20 000 about four years ago This A amount he issaid to have loston the races and his act Is accredited by by some to this loss Detectives are investigating the case today J 5 Recovered Speech and hearing Musrs Uiy DrosI commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ego for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing wasm dull My hearing has been fully reo- Ilored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher la our town 14G Brown Granger GsThe Balm does not itritate or cqU sneezing Sold by druggists Jt Sq eta or mailed by Ely Brothers S6 Warren St New Yorks5 You ought not to smoke right before the children Henry expostu lated Mrs Chlaner Cant you see that you are setting them a very bad exarnple Oh tbats all right my dear replied her husband easily If they follow your example of carrying pins In your mouth theyU never live long enough to be hrmed by my exam pie The entire treatment oj tantons Liver Pills and Tolq Jelieti for con- atlpation costa bat2scetamedl month pleasant to take thorough Inartlon Ask your deqler for Ramona In Facts and Fiction A great many church mel era give a dtme to tile Lord lid a dollar t5q the4evflWnwouldilke for sOmeone tqex plain why church pews are so much more uncowtrtabIe than opera chairs Suppose we alt turn out to the various prayer meetings this week and see ii we cannot have as large an audience as there was at the show Time about Is fair play you know Mrs McCallPutting away our old sealskin coat eh Theyre queei looking camphor balls youre stowing away with It Mrs KuteCamphor balls Ntt much These are two live moths I want them to get In their work on the old thing so my husband will have to buy me a new one next winter The day after the election a can di date who had sat up alt night only to find his name among the alsorans met a friend and neighbor How is It he asked that alt friends promised to ltand by ne- n this emergency and then woefully betrayed my confidence Von are mistaken Being truly your friends we voted for the other man a A Word to Travelers The excitement incident to travel- Ing and change of food and water of- en brings on diarrhoea andor this no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains RemedyFor TWO LIVES Two babes were born In the selfsame town On the very same bright day They laughed and cried In their mothers arms In the very selfsame way And both were pure and Innocent As failing flakes of snow Bnt one of them lived In a terraced house And one In the street below Two children played In the selfsame town And the children both were lair But one had cole brushed smooth and round The other had tangled hair And the children both grew up apace As other children grow But one of them lived In a terraced house And one In the street belowITwo maidens wrought Itt the selfsame town And one was wedded and loved The other saw through the curtains part The world where her sister woved- AndQne was smiling happy blldeI The other knew care and woeS For one of them lived In a terraced house And one In the street below wo womi lay dead In the selfsame town And one had tender care he other was left to die alone On her pallet so thlnnd bare nd one had many to mourn her loss For the other few tears would flow or one ofthem lived Lna terraced house And one In the street below Jesus who died for the rich and poor In wondrous holy love Took both the sisters In His arms And carried theta above Then aU the difference would vanish quite For In Heaven none would know Which one or them lived In the ter raced house Arid which In the street below TypIcal South African Store o R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to nu anchor This store Is situated In a valley nine miles from the nearest railway stationI and about twentyfive miles nearest town Mr Larson says 101- al11 favored with the custom of farmers wltbln a radius of thirty miles to any of whom I have supplied Cham erlains remedies All testily to heir value In a household where afdoctora advice Is almost out of tb uestion Within one mile of my tore the population Is perhaps sIxty Of these within the past twelve months no less than fourteen hIVe been absolutely cured by Chamber Couh Remedy This DUst be a record For sale by aU- drunllta m Excursion Rates On account Kentucky Horse Breeders Association Lexington Ky Oct 7th to zth round trip tickets will be sold horn Beaver Dam to Lexington Kyl and return for SSS Tickets on sale Oct 6 to i6 final limit Oct i8t- hp Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralsis and completely lost the use o one arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wile recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and alter using two bottles 01 It he Is arnost en tlrely curedGeo R McDonald Man Dogan county W VaSever al other very remarkable cures of par tlal paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheumatism sprains and bruises For sale by aU druggists m Farm For Sale A good farm of sixty five acres six miles north of Hartford parthilt and part bottom new house and barn plenty of watter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JohN T Lows Palo Ky o TALL BEAR STORY When the Shooting Was Over Five Big Animals Lay Dead E M Ashcraft President of tbe Chicago Bar Association Is now President of the Wyoming War Association Attorney Prank Asbury Johnson L Vice President of the bar orglnl3t- lon Mr Ashcraft holds the superior title conferred by the citizens 01 Cody Big Horn County Wyo as the rsuit of an exciting melee whici Icok places In underbush back or of Cody and In which Mr Aslicraf came to the rescue or Mr Johnson when the latter was hard presaedb r brars In the gray dawn of the morning these Ninirods slew five bears In IS seconds according to the stop watci of the guide one of the most famous bear hunters In all that region whc shinned up n tree before the hostilities began The new bosses o r Wyoming returned to Chicago late yesterday bringing with them sever bear skins and 700 affidavIts sworn and subscribed to by the Mayor and other dignitaries of Cody and one sixteenth of the population of the Jtate Both bore their honors modestly and Mr Ashcralt said Perhaps some of the affidavltl are slightly overdrawnArriving In Cody they reconnoiter ed their position and chose a place lot operation In the woods a few miles from the town Bear signs were plentiful but burdened wIth the thought that their reputation were at stake both men maintained their nerveA named Gllbett one of the most famous In all that section wu enlisted In the service of the Chicago barristers and he Immediately primed his old bear gun which was described by Ashcralt as being a rod long and with a bore like a ten Inch gun The rest or the story as jointly told by Ashcraft and Johnson Is as follows On the afternoon of September Ian elk was killed and the carcass was set out In the underbrush back of Cody as bear bait The next day a small silvertip bear carcass was ad dod to the pile and the second day that of a brown bear On the fourth day clnnsmon bear waa killed The carcasses were getting good antS the hunters had a bunch They planned to approach the trap from different sides When 2S yard from the catch Johnson espied a monster sliver tip and woundtd It with a ahot from his 3040 Winchester Immediately aU was bedlam Prom logs and trees unearthly noises and sand and gravel filled the air together with shrieks howls The wounded bear made a break for Johnson but Ashcrsft shot It In the back The bear turned and the guide took to a tree Ashcralt shot the animal In the neck and It tell dead In the mean time Johnson had his hands full He laid out another alIve tip with a single Ihot says the huntera and Ashcraft did likewise A black bear anti clnnomaa nut fell and when the smoke of battle cleared away five bears weighing from 300 to rooo pounds each were lying within a rad IDiot 2S feet The guide Gilbert skinned the berets and at the same time swore he would never go Into the WyomIng underbrush again without a gatUng gun Ashcraft and Johnson have senthlm a repeating rifle to take the place of his old slngleshot bear gun EYes It was a warts time for awhile said Mr Ashcrat today When I saw that beast make a run or Johnson I forgot allahont Chicago politics end Judicial nominations I dout thing Johnson was badly right cued but he had a rather close call Anybody who has seen a wounded bear In action knows what the ferocl ty of the animal is I never thought Johnson was such a sprinter My modesty forbids detills of my own part In theeplsodeCblcago News Chamberlains Cough Remedy Saved His Boys Lifo I believe I saved my nine year old boys life this winter with Cbam- berlalns Cough Remedy says AM Hoppe Rio Creek Wla lie was sc choked up with croup that he could not speak I gave It to him freely until he vomited and In a short time he was all right For sale by aU druggists m ATTENTION I G A R AU trough trains ofthe Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R from St Louis BeardstowfJ Springfield Shaw neetown Louisville and Cincinnati to the East run via Washington Best Route to G A R Encampment October 6zz 1902 The Shenandoah Valley the Val Icy or Dispute Sheridans Ride The beautiful Valley of the Shenan doahknown In the army as the Valley of Dlsputcsuffered more than any one sectloqof country A branch of the Baltimore Ohio Ran A JUDGES WIFECUR ED OFIShe Suffered for Years and felt Her Case Was Hope lessCured by Prunafu- ZudgMcAflhatrwrfts o trom121T- I Wast Mid it Minneapolis ID a to- lowsu Iinffrst for years With a pain In the small of my back anSI riCh aid nI- ntrfrd often with my domestle sdsocial duUe and I ny inppoaad that I would be cured as the doctor mdI- eta anyIortenasly Order sdY11edtotryPraniant1 gay tt iuhhighpraathattddde4totyftAlihoigh tlh mUss UuJaHkUiaUtUencouraged I took U faithfully for ievn weo Ythatexpress my gratitude Perfect health DflCI morel the beat thing Icould wish for and thanks to Peruna I enjoy that howmNNIE E MoLL8TBR What ued to be called female disease by the medical profession I now called pelvic catarh n ha ben found b1- urperlnethat catarrhal dee ot the pIyIo organ are the eawe ot most cuss t tlllal dlaoue Dr Hartmln was among the first of merleia great physicians to make this AlacoTerr Poe forty year be baa been treating disease peculiar to women and long ago he reached the conclusion thai I woman entirely tree from catarrhal iffctton of these organ wouldnot hi subject to temala diieu lie threfore ulan4found nowbeoomtamale dlaesqe yer known vary where the women arE using It and prsi- sbglt Peruna Ii not a palliative lt oftamaleDr Haitian huprob4bl7ouedmor women of female aiim anti this an ether JtrtnIPhlldaLHe matH thel rfalntlfbornI have followed your direcuons anfo treatment and will aiwsy think 01t for your k1ndneu Your medics Is thp only medicine thaSgays me ra1ftrob- eaYypina Ja my chli on account ed- whiok I could hardly reit ii night 91- ral if wy klaadJ thought I would gO late oousmoi X now think I asa road ezteda southward through It from Hawer Perry tqStrasburg and fn Harrlsosburg to Lextagtos with the Southern Railway forming the connecting link The Blue Ridge On the the east Bad the Shenandoah Mouutaina oat e wt echoed with the roll ot arUUery and the crack of musketry almost continually during 63 64 and 6- HalitowuCharlestonSummitPolnt Winchester Opequon KenrstowlI- Mlddletowa Cedar Creek Strasburg- Plahers IIUI Voociatock Mt Jack son New Marker I1arrlsoahurg Cross Keys Stanton aria Lexlugtos following each other couHC1ltJvel down the road were bettisataln dover and over- WInchestr angered thCl moat Ce der Creek was perhaps the flerceat whe Sher1danbcauie ImmoalIzed- in history for his fatuous rIJe from Winchester G4 A L whea arang log your trip to the WIUlhIBltfE camprnent go over the same route you did la 6r Low rates will be made to Washington D c from all polu on B 0 SOW R R and all trains wUltra verse the above territory For particulars call on nearest TIcket Agent or address O P McCarty General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Zeip It In Tour Home Anti when the bowel fail to set prop erly take a dose or LYONS LaxAvay- lSyRvPIt acts gently but efIectuaU10n the kidneys liver and bowel I i wm keep your system In good working ord r and make your cowplcxiouclcar For sale bYJ ThosAllen ROIlneEy What a Father cai do for His Son is the title of one of the most instructive articles which has ever appeared In a magazine pror Harry Thuutoa Peck discusses this subject la the October COsmopolitan la a way to be entertaining to fathers mothers and lIOns The essay will have a wide range of readers e CASTORIIAFor Infants and Children The Kid You Haie Always ikt Bears the dJBlgnatueofS EcuslolRates National Encampment G A R Washington D C Oct 6zi 1902 Ou account ofabove occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Dam to Washington D c BeaverI turn for IS45 for roundtrip eta on sale Oct 3 4 5 and TIckets limitdto October 14 for te turn exeeptthat by depositing tick eta with Joint Agent not later than I 1200 oclock noon Wednesday Octo berl5and upOn payment o oflretnrnand including November 3 1902 may be obtained Stopover privileges I I 5 well but will always have a bottle of Poruna In the house I thInk Pezuna I the best medicine In the world forl went to my home doctors and they noverdld me any zood but when hook your medlcnolt dId mo all the good III the world I have recommended your wonderful treatment to my friend Since I have taken Peruna I look lik- eancwwomanMluP C Sheffield Mr William Kenning Mt Clemens MIch writes II am happy to be able to write you that I am now again well I wa not wen for a year find did not know what RUed me Last tall I got a bottle oJ I o runs Isdidmegood I wrote tollr- Hrtman fori book Ill of We and he luckily sent m a book about my disease My disease was catarrh ot the head eye stomach and Unr and ho said It twould tallow h15 adyIc I would soon be well I foflowod the directions cloely and am now enthEely woliMr WU lIimKeanlngCongreumsi Thid Id lIaboa of- C1ambepburg Pa write ltakcpleazuri In cemmendingyou- pftna Is a subsIzatlal tonic ud a IouturlI rem YT M MdolJ- It you do not derlTo prompt and laU factory reaalta from the ne of Perana wilt tonc to Df I1irtmn glylug a- tullstaternent ot your case and ho will be pleased to give you hil valuable ad vie gratis Ad4reaiDrUutmin President ot The IIstulan aanlsrlunt Columbaa hID east or Plttsburg Benalre 0 Par keraburg or Huntington W Va Ui- ceptbatwe n Orange Va and Washington on C O Grind Lodge F 8 A M Ionls- vllle Oct 2123On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate ofone fare tor the round trip TicketS on sale October so and for early morning train October 21st Limited to Oct 24th lor return X1XA O 04serBun th lhs You han 1rIJ1leDt- IttSlptue 11 prof PublIc Speaking Judge B L D Gully Republican nominee for Judge of the Court or Ap peals In the 2nd Appellate District will address the people at the follow- Ing times and places viz- RusselIvIlle Friday Oct 3 Lewisburg Saturday Oct 4 Ekton Monday Oct 6 Sharon Grove Tuesday Oct 7 Rsewood CIIey P OWetlnu day Oct 8- Greenville Tursday Oct 9 Central City Friday Oct so at night Hartford Saturday Oct xi Reedyvllle Tuesday Oct 14 Brownsvlll Wednesday Oct IS- Rlcbardsvllle Thursday Oct x6 Speaking to commence at a oclock- p m except Central City when It will begin at73op m UEWORKJToo mens nervei And the constant c ociil4 eaz day and night Is- elto too fot cyen a itrotlr woman A 1iaggd face elM the atoty of the overworked housowiti and mother Dernngei mnse- 1eucorrhoa and falling of 1M- wozpb result froa oyerwork Bycry bousewifo needs a to rtlnllato her menses remod1I eep her sensitive female In perfect conditIon WINEr CARDUIi- s doIng thli for thousands of American women today It cured MrI Jones and that is why she writes thla frank letter IIoIn4en Zy Vb to lU I mm DO rad Iba jeer Wine Of Cirdul tsb1Pinm 11 lar beller than 1 baT Sr dotag own work wtIbout Icy hlp asSmIuJt list aak inN we ao 001 lolL SIreN That itows ttM th win dotollD f1I04o I rettlq 5ibIrt- bsu1 eTa W betori j ad ileep 5q04 andast bn Beton I beqan takn- Wins I qr Cerout 1111 to to is1 down ST or p1w tllpo every day b now idonot think or lying down thTOOjh- th dci bIas RioniD Jox- LOO AT IIBVOOIST- ror ai ins 04te 044f 7-ptofl airaa M4iIi Vs VansouLs I- Jmx A Hartford Republican Iulll by the Hertford rnblMilnic Company I roBrouTJ JOHN IIEVMY THOMAS Editor CCPEOt a- Cunbrlnc34QuClh vr FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 Holes otAUv rll liiC Transient edTertlnemfnt 40c per Inch lint ln rtlon0c per Inch each additional Inxrtlon Special rate on yearly contract Local notice too per line lint Insertion Be per line each additional Insertion CArd ot thanks resolutions and obltnfIM10 peats a line ch In advau- ceRepublican Ticket For Appellate Jwdge2nd Dial rIel JUDGE ii L D aurrv OtMorgontown ASMODXCEMEXTB For Clrenlt JmU 3 We art anthorltfd to announce W T OWEN ot Darlen connty as a candidate for Circuit Judge In the Sixth Judicial Dlitrictsnbect to the action ot the Democratic party IF our merchants board signs are unsightly to the eye of the city council what sort of view do they take of the much in evidence city hog THOSE independent voters who op posed the steal of the governorship from W S Taylor should remember that Judge Settle signed the petition calling for the contest Wonder who of Judge Owens friends edit ed the last Issue of the Hartfnrd ItcrcBLicm and how much per foot they had to Kite John Henry to take his plnceHartford Herald And this is the same paper that said last week there was not money enough in Hartford to buy its editorials When was THE REIUDUCAN rated lose respectable than its neighbor THE Czar of Russia is reported to be contemplating divorcing his wife and marrying again to make possible the birth of a male heir to the Russian throne This incident brings up memories of the brutal conduct of Henry VIII of England and Napo lean Boneparte of France We doubt if civilization will tolerate in the twentienth century such an in suIt to womanhood wifehood moth erhood and common decency THE Fiecal Court will meet in this month and our enterprising farmers and business men should make some eflort to interest the court in some sort of improvement of our road system No county in Kentucky that follows our plan of road making has good roads and this fact certainly illus tratea that our plan of road making is not only defective but practically worthless We are frank to say we do not know just what plan should be adopted but from our experience- on the roads of Davies Grayson and Breckinridge counties we do know that a great improvement can be made in our public highways with out adding to of our tax payers It would we believe be a good investment for the Fiscal Court to appoint a committee to investigate the road laws of our sister counties that have good roads andreport to the court at its January sitting A FEW weeks ago Mr Henry Wat torson in a lengthy editorial in his paper the CourierJournal discussed at length the laxity of morals of New Yorks Four Hundred The news papers large and small all over the country have taken up the subject and branched out to society in gener al withvarying and various comments It must be admittedas a fact too apparent that some people whose wealth or position insures them social standing indulge in libertie- which the poor respectables would not dare attempt The result of this conduct is alarming to the moral element who have had occasion to observe it The people of the country andsmaller towns are accustomed to take their fashion in dress and their precepts of good manners and good taste from their city cousins This makes apparent the result of sin in high places The future of our country depends upon the sobriety of our men and the virtue of our wom en This lost all is lost A NAPOLEAN OF FINANCE- A century ago Napolean Bonaparte startled the world with military achievements of which the world had not dreamed before Within the last two years J P Morgan a New York banker has startled the world of finance in like manner Morgan if we rightly understand him has no personal holdings outside of theI banking business but he is au organ her of such unusual ability that finan ciers put a large premium upon biaI services The billion dollar steel corporation recently organized by him was the most stupendous or ganization of capital ever undertaken and one from which Mr Morgan made a million and a half of dollars Wednesday the papers reported the merging of the L N R R with the Atlantic Coast Line Com pany involving a capital of 845 000000 out of which Morgan received 1000000 as commission The magic of Morgans name Is such that business men trust him with deals involving millions of dollars witha blind confidence in his h magic genius an honor that none of the kings jf the earth ever enjoyed ROCKPORT Mr Jetse Hill of Smallhons was In town lat Friday afternoon Mrs Mat Ham and daughter Miss Josle visited relatives and friends In Nelson last week Mr V M Barthollmew of Liver more was In town last Thursday- Mr Howard Hunt ot Madlsonville was in town last Thursday from a visit at Rochester en route to Madl sonvllle Mr Ray Armstrong Louisville was in town last Friday on business Mr Arthur Hunt of Smallhons was in town last Thursday- Mr Harry B Gladwin of St Louis was In Rockport last Thursday- Mr and Mrs B W BIrkhead of Calhoon were in town last Wednes day the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo- M MaddoxMr Monroe pi Beaver Dam was in town last Thursday- Mr Geo W Rowe Centertown was In Rockport last Thursday oh businessMr Reid has returned from Princeton Ky Mrs L Reid and little son Layton visited In Echols last weekthe guests of her son Mr and Mrs R M Reid Dr B F Tichenor of Centertown was in town last Friday Mr Charles Ashby ol West Provi dence was In Rockpott last Thursday- Mr Geo R Thomason of Central City was in Rockpott last Friday talking Insurance Prof M D Maddox returned to Smallhous last Friday Prof Ernest Maddox of West Providence was In town Saturday on businessMr Sullivan of Paradise was in town last Saturday Mr Herman D Otto of Millwood was In Rockport last Saturday the guest of Mr Judson Rowe Rev E F Rowe of Render and son Judson Rockport were in Hart ford last Saturday Miss Mamie Baldwin visited rela tives in Hartford Mr Otto Kimbley of Louisville was in Rockport this week the guest of his aunt Mrs Geo M Maddox Miss Annie Tall of McHenry was in town last Saturday Miss Mattie Kipling of Paradise was in town last Saturday Mr D F Gibbs went to Rochester last Tuesday and returned lat Satur day Miss Leona Fleaner of Morgan town visited In Rockport Saturday the guest of Miss Mable Maddox Mr Griffith Reid of Paducah vis ited in Rockport last Sunday th guest of his parents Mr and Mrs M J Reid Mr Byron C Petty has returned from Princeton Ky Mr Press Hardin Rochester is visiting In Rockport the guest of his uncle Mr L G Hardin Mrs A B Kevil left yesterday for CincinnatiMr Wilson of this place I left Sunday for Louisville SMALLHOUS Rev K D Maddox preached farewell sermon at Smallhous Baptist church Sunday having declined to preach another year He has been pastor here for five years and has many friends who regret to give him up and wish him success wherever his duties call him Messrs C Iglehart and T R Bar nard attended the State fair at Louis vllle last week Mr A M Hunt attended the fair at Louisville and purchased a nic supply of new fall goods which ar rived Saturday Mrs Sallle Martin of LouisvilleI who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jim Bullock returned yesterdaysMiss Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs RobertsonMrs Taylor South Carroll ton was the guest of Mr and Mrs Robertson Sunday Mrs Amanda Wood is quite ill at this writing Rev G H Lawrence who is con dueling a protracted meeting at Nel son Creek was called home Sunday to the bedside of his wife who is ill Mr and Mrs Jim Ed Maddox Rockport were the guests of Mr Wm Addington Snnday Several of our young people will at terd the HartfordFair this week Mr and Mrs Lonnie Stevens and daughter are visiting relatives here Mrs Joe Bullock and Miss Effie Bullock went to Centertown Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Harper visited titre Harpers father Mr Andrew Addington Saturday and Sunday Mr Shelby Bilbro attended the so clal at Mrs Cordelia Addingtons Saturday night given In honor of Miss Llllle Stevens Mr M P Maddox who has been quite ill is getting along nicely and will soon be wellagain Rev Shugart filled his last regular appointment at Equality church last third Sunday Farmer Robbed of 1000 Padncah Ky Sept 2gThe po lice are Investigating a case in which a farmer from up the Cumberland river was robbed of 1003 by green goods men who through the assist ance oi two men of his neighborhood inveigled him to Paducah and secur ed his money The police have made public no names ROBBERY Of Graves Ends in Wholesale Arrests ICRounded up and Several Maker Confessions Indianapolis Ind Oct tThe wholesale robbery of graves in the cemeteries about Indianapolis was brought to a close early this morning by the arrest of a gang of seven ne groes Warrants were also Issued to day for n prominent physician the demonstrator of anatomy in a locnl college In which two stolen bodies were found about ten day ago an In terne In the college and the white janitor of the college Rufus Cantrell one of the negroes made a complete confession and implicated the others The police say that the operations of the gang were on a larger scale than any gang ever in the State Upward of one hundred graves It is said have been robbed by the ghouls during the last three months The dectlves say the negroes were armed with shctguns and equipped with horses and wagons with which to do the work The bodies were sold to different colleges which opened their winter terms within the last week The revelation made the detectives say are not only astounding but hor rifying They say that a complete investigation will probably show that even the graves in Crown Hill were desecrated by the ghouls Cantrell said that he and the other negroes visited Mtj Jackson cemetery almost every time anyone was buried In the placeWe pretty near cleaned that place out he said I dont believe we missed anybody that has been planted there since IulyICantrell said there were some graves that were not disturbed because the flowers and other articles on top were arranged In such a manner that the gang did not feel confident of restor the to their former pearanceIWhen the negroes were brought InI to court all weakened and confessed that they were members of an organ ized gang of ghouls Mount Jackson a cemetery just across the river west of the city has been left practically empty by the grave robbers Ru fus was the password at the medical college and when it was uttered by the returning ghouls the doors ol the college would always be opened without questioning The statement that Crown Hill one of the best guarded cemeteries in the United States has probably been invaded by the grave Oneeof the ghouls said it usually took about twentyfive minutes to rob a graveThe law in Indiana Is very strict and provides for effective punishment of ghouls by long Imprisonment Judge Guffy at Scottsville Scottsvllle Ky Sept 30 Judge Guns made a JJ plendld speech her yesterday afternoon to at least 600 peoplethe audience being composed of leading Republicans of Scottsvllle countytcrowd and grave conclusive evident- to the fact that the Republicans of Allen county are united and will give Judge Guffy at least 300 ma jority Closing Argument Frankfort Ky Oct tJudge Jere Morton for the defense made the con eluding argument In the Caleb Power- e case for the Goebel murder in th Court of Appeals this morning with only Judge Guffy absent The court room was well filled with visitors Judge Morton read the affidavit oi defendant in support of the motion to Swear Judge Canlrill off the bench on the trial and discussed It at length He replied to Mr Camp bells speech and contended that er rare which constituted ground for a new trial had been made In the trial court PETRIFIED BODY Of a Man Found In Gravel Bank At Evansville EvatJBvllle Ind Sept 3Theperfectly petrified body of a man was found here this morning in the sand In the edge of the Ohio river at Third avenue Water street by Capt John Blgenmann of the Evansville Con tract company The body was loos engd from the sand and gravel by the large steam shovel used by the com pany in taking gravel from the riverThe body Is that of a white man apparently about middle age five feet four Inches in height and weighed in life about 16 pounds All the body is petrified with the exception oi the toes on the left foot which are missing The abdomen Is sunken and decayed making a hole in the body and the portions of the Utah on the outside oi the arms above the el bows had decayed away before petri ficatlon was complete The features of the face are perfect and on the little finger of the left hand a ring stilt re mains ai in life The man gas apparently murdered and thrown into the river The arms are folded across the chest and the marks of a rope which was evidently twice wound round tire body t r hold tie arms in position are plainly seen across the chest The feet and legs He In straight line with the body and the ankles were also tied together the marks still being in evidence The heels rst against each other and have become attached through petrl ficatlou Another evidence of mur is the presence ofa hole in the side of the chest which is plain ly visible and shows where a bullet has entered the body WHEAT Jumps 7 18 Cents and Closes at 95 Chicago Sept 30 September wheat sold on the Board of Trade today at 95C which Is the highest price on that cereal since the great Letter deal in 98 The cause of the high price today was the fact that all the available supply was practically cornered and It was rumored that Ar mour Co held the greater part of It Theta has been great anxiety among shorts In September wheat for the past two weeks but It was sup posed that oil of them had covered during the scare ot last week 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 II Every voter in Ohio county should come out to hear him Head Blown Off Bedford Oct ICoroner Vogle has returned from the country eight miles southeast of this city where he had been called to hold an inquest on the body of F G Montgomery a young farmer of this county who had committed suicide He found the victim had almost blown his entire head from his body with a double barrel shotgun The cause of the deed was overwork which probably weakened his mind from continued Illness He leaves a wile and daugh ter Jersey Cow for Sale One good six year old Jersey cow giving milk Apply to tf C M BARNETT SlpO Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Ja at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One itefalls to cure ol test monials Address- F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best eOne of the rarest causes of suicide has been reported from London A retired army officer was recently left a tartans of about 2500000 by his brother The responsibility of this great sum weighed upon him until he became despondent and Imagined himself poor and In a short time this frame of mind led to self deatructlon ofsimaginedethemselves rich and killed themselves when they learned their delusion but this London suicide Is a novelty O A SI OH I ABern thetheKind YOU Hate Always Bought Blgutu r of r Excursion Rates National Encampment G A R Washington D C Oct 6n 1902 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Washington D C and re turn for 15 45 for round trip Tick ets on sale Oct 34 5 and 6 1902 Tickets limited to Octobef r4 for re turn except that by depositing tick eta with Joint Agent not later than 1200 oclock noon Wednesday Octo her 15 and upon payment of fee of 500 at time of deposit extension of return limit to leave Washington to and including November 3 1902 may be obtained Stopover privileges eest of PIttaburg Bellalre 0 Par kersburg or Huntington W Va Ex cept between Orange Va and Wash Ington pa C O Grand Lodge F A M Louis ville Oct 2123On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale October 20 and for early morning train October 2ist Limited to Oct 24th for return p p- allttelT034GdBean theItsKM You Hats Always Bought Blpatue pof Look at the Date On you label and you can readily calculate how much you ale owing on your subscription It may seem a very small item to each ono in arrears but the sum total amounts to a considoral sum and wo need it in our busi ness Dont put it oil but pay it t BIG DEAL The Louisville Nashville Railroad Merged With At lantic Coast Line The completion of the Louisville Nashville merger was officially an nounced yesterday in New York J P Morgan Co will exercise their option on the 306000 shares of the Gates syndicate paying 150 The stock cost the Westerners about J IV Morgan Co will turn thist blori find 100000 shares additional ovi r tc a syndicate which is to pro viOj 45900000 lor the purchase TLU syndicate in tutu Is to sell the 300000 shares to the Atlantic Coast Llae Ccnpany for looonooo cash and 15000000 in 4 per cent filly year collateral trust bonds secured by the 306000 shares of Louisville and Nashville and 5iOooooo of At antic Coast Line stock Morgan is to retain 1000000 as his sion for carrying through the dealJ No provision is made for the minority stockholders but It Is said their rights will not be infringed upon The new company will not be hostile to the Seaboard Air Line When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to all drug dlsts drng store and get a tree sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation m 0 Gave Them a ScareBHawesvllle Ky S passengers on the east bound passenr ger train No 42 of the Henderson route were given quite a scare when Geo Busbrod colored entered the train at Lewlsport and threatened to kill his wife- Bushrod and his wife had had trou ble at home and eh had decided to go to her home In Hawesvllle and when he learned of her departure he Immediately started for the train sa Ing he would kill her It she left him On his arrival at the depot the was just pulling ont but Bnshrod jumped on the rear end of the parlo- car and clime through the train like wild man It was with great difficul ty that he was stopped by the brakeI man and conductor When the train reached Hawesvllle Bush rod tried to escape across the river to Cannelton but officer Mason nabbed him at th ferry and placed him in jailIAny druggist who looks more to the health and welfare of his IrlendsI and customers than to the o his prescription trade will recom mend Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for attacks ol constipation and biliousness They are far better than strong drugs and much cheaper thin prescription bills G C McClure Son the leadtng druggists of Gallup Kywrite Ramons Liver Pill and Tonic Pellets have proved to be the most popular and satisfactory medicine we ever handled A trial superlorRy J H Williams m e Death of John Hughes we boro Oct tMr Juhn Highe a leading tobaccolst and n wvllkc rrl citizen died here today of typhoid fever He was born fn Hardlnsburg in 1844 and came here in 1856 His wife who survives him was the widow of Baker Boyd who was Commonwealths Attorney ot this district in the earlys- eventiesThirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Mlles Heart Cure Cured MeIOne person In ont four bu a wtak Unless promptly treated a weak heart willI easily become a diseased heart A little eitra strain from any cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure willItone up the hearts action enrich the and Improve the circulation trouble with catarrh and I have alaupposed It caused tbe trouble I have experienced with heart I had the usual symptoms of leepleuneuloll appetite con- sUpatlon palpitation of the heart shortnesi breath and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an Inherited tendency At one time I was In agony I s lo severely and became so weak thirtydaysnervousnessThewould bring on pa pilallon and fluttering of the heart s severe that I would have to give everything and rest Nerve and Liver 1ills cured me of and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Cure I am In better health than I have been In twelve years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies for it I think they are the grandest remedies on recommendingthemVaxahachie Tex All selland guarantee first hot tie Dr MilesRemedies Send for free book JDrSOMETHING WRONG WITH TOUR WATCHM- MMIMIMIMMIMNmiMHIMNMfM aheadadofinebcea for bend your 41rnwatch to a estlmsteAceursgTInerleeuaSech ty Write for our free aa ol SterlingSilver =ESTAD 1808 rCWatchmakers tat Sllrersmllha f04304 W Market St LOUUVILLB KYc cenls Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ingregular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable material Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth When you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freeSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and 100 all druggists GOOD AVERAGE Shows in All Crops Except Ap ples and Peacbes The following is the weekly crop sent out bythe weather bu reauWarm weather prevailed during the week and was accompanied by abundant rainfall- A large proportion of the tobacco has been housed but in the western portion of the State many late fields were standing these show great Improvement and if favorable weather continues the product of risk to bacco will be Increased considerably complaintngenerally curing well Corn cutting Is well advanced and improveaThe crop will be nearly up to average as a whole IPastures show wonderful Im provement rood grazing Is as oared andere a very poor yield are no peaches of any consequence Late garden vegetables are In good condition and Irish potatoes are fineWheat sowing has progressed well except In localities where there has been too much rain Perm work has been delayed by rain to quite an extent Your Tongue If Its coated your stomach Is bad your liver Is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate Sac Alt dratfl t Wan moniUfl or trd a tMtaUIul fcrownorrtebbUckt nln- BUCKINGHAMS u I DYEMSr aeenr Monn e I a U etawa w Louisville Market CATTLE Choice to primeshipping steers62565c Medium to good steers 5 5o0 6 oc Choice butcher steer 4 Soo 5 o Medium to good butchers 3 75 4 a5 Common to medium 3 oo0 3 4 Canners I 5o0 I 8 Good to choice feeders 4 400 4 71 Common to medium 3 500 4 oc Good to extra stock steers 3 750 4 a5 Commonto medium 2 750 325 Good to med stock heifers 2 5o0 3 0 I Plain light mixed stockers 2 250 2 8 Good to choice bulls 3 e0 3 Medium lo good bulls 2 5o0 3 00 Choice veal calves 5 50 6 50 Com to medium calves 3 oc0 4 23 Choice to fancy milch cows 30 000 40 oc Medium to good 25 crr 35 00 Plain common t8 oc025 HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 7 50 Med packers 160 to 200 7 50 Choice light 120 to 160 7 35 Choice pigs 90 to 120 6 gorr7 00 Good pigs 50 to 90 6 oo Roughs Soto 500 6 oo0 6 75 SHEEP AND LAUDS Good to extra shipping 2 750 3 00 Fair to good 2 Soo 2 75 Common to medium i 75 2 25 Bucks i 5o0 2 25 TUB GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 7ocj No 3 68c re ected 28c less on levee ic less CornWhite 66s mixed 63Mc yellow 6ge Oats White 350 mixed 29S6C The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices THE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Porki7 00 Hams Choice sugarcured light and special cure iatfi4c heavy- to medium I3i3cBaconClear rib sides rage regular ctearsldes latfc packed breakfast bacon 1434c sugarcured about ders io lc bacon extra iicLard Prime steam in tierces iocj choice leaf in tierces iijc In tubs J6c pure leaf lard in tierces I2cj firkins latfc Bulk MeatsRibs nc regular sides nextra short io c Lay them away tenderly Pack them with care Your old Summer Clothes That have given such wear Now for Something Newt For the folks who aro so pitifully poor or recklessly rich For Ladies we havo in dress goods Chiviots Venetian Cloths French Flannols and many other now things which wo havo not space to mention In Shoes for Ladies wo have the famous brands of P W Minor and Smith Sterling In Corsets Wo havo the F C A more perfect fitting Corset cannot bo found on tho market Tim one thing that pleases tho ladies most is a pretty Hat Yes wo havo lots of them Our Millinary department is simply running over with them A moro choice selection you novel saw before so como early and got your pick Because we have not mentioned anything moro for the Indies do not think wo havnt got them for wo have Just come in and if you dont see what you want ask for it Wove got it NOW FOR GENTS You will freeze if you wear your summer suit to the fair Wo carry in stock Sonnoborns Custommado Garments which wo guarantee to give antis faction If wo cannot fit you from tho stock wo can make you a suit to order Wo represent M Born it Co also Ed ward Rose A Co and guarantee a fit or money refunded In Shirts we carry the Stag brand which is well made and of showy patters In Hats wo havo the Liberty Special and Liberty brand NOW FOR YOUR FEET Can you find a better or moro stylish Shoo than the WalkOver or tho Douglas Wo havo them in stock all the time A strict guarantee to givo satisfaction Wo havo many moro things for gents that will add to their appearance Congo and see Wo have told you something in tho way of what wo Imvo to wear and wo will also tell you what wo havo to livoon so you can wear these things Wo havo a choice line oT qfa ceries and tho freshest things are always found in our stock We buyall the Produce wo can got so ifyou have any when you come bring it with you for we want it Our lino of Funiituro is superb You should see it Now a few more words and we will lot you rest for this time Our business in tho last six months has exceeded our expectations by far and wo havo enlarged our stock preparatory to increasing business for this fall Ifyou will conic on Saturday September 20 to our gen eral opening you will see tho grandest display in every lino that was ever shown in Hartford On that day wo will bo prepared to give each visitor a nice souvenir in appreciation of their visit and as a remembrance for their patronage of tho post We beg to remain Your friends Carson CO1 17- r H e H e I n H H II If I elf fI If E P Barnes Bros StoreThe Popular Trading Place for the Green River Country IOur buyers are back from tho markots and wo are ready to demonstrate to the public that our efforts in their behalf exceed by far any former domostration Whether your needs be great or small our store ought to be foremost in your mind for nowhoro in tho wholo 5country aro your wants more courted andnowhere has tho dollar more purchasing power Every department abounds in excellent values and invites comparison This store grows in favor by comparison with other offerings I 5Colored Dresse Goods for all i Our entire lino of Dress Goods and Woolens is now in with Trimmings Linings and Buttons necessary to 00convert same into stylish readytowear Suits Wo havo Bargains at popular prices Visit this depart mont and see the now Panno Zibolinos Natty Suitings Broadcloths Special Imported Scotch Mixtures Vo netians Now Silk Stripes for Waists Etc Remember wo are proud to show our fall exhibitions of high class Black and Fancy Dress Goods f Unrivaled Display Of New Millinery i J In all your life you havo never seen such n display of the milliners art as wo havo on exhibition in this department Women and children desiring stylish abilitynand Bonnets This WeekA Wo will place on solo our entire lino of Ladies Misses and Childrens Wraps and Furs You willf find horn an unusual assortment such as Fashion liastlrocd for its favorite wear IeI BAItNES eRO BRAVRR DAM KY Qti a a U Ht aH 4a a a 2 2 t 2 tTtf tPitSlilt i Gs k 44 41 41 41 41 Look Along the Linebfr 44Note every item we offer compare every 44 price we quote examine every quality we be 41 49 carryandyoull prettysoon understand why t44 we do so much more business than any oth i- or house Now that the Fall season is al 44 most on us you natunlly begin to investigate where you can buy the best goods the 41 cheapest We are bidders for your businessobt Call and examine our stock we b F get it 94 49t944 44Mena good everyday Shoes l to 250 t 41 roadies cverydaywear Shoes fl to 3 50 941 Ladies llne Shoes Prlesll1eyer make 150 to 300 U 44 Chlldrena Shoes 0 25C to tso per pair 6 41 Domestic yard wide 0 4Kc 6 44Heavy Colton leans J5CU1 Best af wool Jeans 25C to 3SC U 44 Beat Bed Ticking 0JSC U 44 Good Red Table Linen ISC to 2SC i41otens Socksheavy3 pair for 2St U 44 good Suspentlara JOC its 44 Gent bIg sIze lIaudkerchlels 0 SC 9Ladles huvy Fleeced Vest a5c 9 Ladle In PAntssame 2SC 41 b U4it 41 Mlesea Vnlon Suits a5c 41 t5 iMillinery Department 9to 4 This is one of our Big Fall Attractions t41 t ti When you visit us you will find our MILLI 4 NERY PARLOR brim full of the very latest t tit41 season 15 41 folks in Hats Etc Wo are better prepared u 4Q than ever before to satisfy the wants of ev sir 4 4 erybody So come along and we will con i41 vince You that we are HEAD QUARTERS by u4 showing you ono of the most complete lines iof Millinery ever shown in Ohio county u44 944 949 TO FARMERS needing largo Fall supplies for win to- i 49 4 tor wo especially urgo you to seo our lino of iShoes Jeans Lin80Ys Outings Canton Flannels utJ u t 1 41 44 J 4 9as9- T 1 ut 4i to- f4 Wt i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiI of Jt4- f i BUlouanc Makes ChronIc Invalids Wbeo W UtM Ii torpid sod r1I1 to do lie won the brie eaten the blood as ytmleot pouoo 7Ln some collltlpaUOll blaotuoeMtck bcadaebe feren- and ma1arta The ody troatmeo U II a fir aver put the neb toueh sod Matta Nwre sal tt1 thi dgbtI- Aanner pONS LIVER PILLS PELLETS tJbe pW toucbes Ufa urd the pollen tool Ise IJNID II doMe to dy eon Yo aeon and u- eM year au II reNdingty bed you wiD to eO baton JOCIIIDIaII them- rSample ft For Wes all d1N a For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky lIartford Republican 4 I FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1 City Restaurant ZuZu ZuZu nt City Restaurant L Tweddell makes good meal Try him tf New Pall line Mens Tlesaud Shirts at Fairs 1 Newest Novelties In Delta Sound on y at Yatre Oysters LSsh and Celery at City Restaurant Very latest is Pall Millinery Is found at Pairs Bring Pals your Produce Eggs JS cents per doen- McCalls Patterns at Pairs roc and Jse None hIgher Try those mixed Pickles at City Retauraat Pines- Oyatereextta select served In any style at City Restaurant CllY Restaurant will be chock full gllod thing to eat during the Pair J Dried Beeer NlttstOheeze4Sattrage and Crackers town at City Restau ArantThe celebrated HamlltonBrown- 81io Ii lOtdby Sam Bach Every pair guaranteed vt w Candies Prults Nuts Raisins and Cakealllcest In tows at City Rea- tauraat Dr D W King the Oateo ath la atW G Hardwlcks Call on him l Jfot examination tf 1 Its time to put away that light 13Jnderwearand invet in anew suit at Sam Bach s Warm serviceable and heap Dig tine or Trunks at Sam Bachs Por a nice ap to date meal or lunch during the Pair go to the City Restaurant Good Canton Flannel SC yard wide Domestic Sc Heavy wool Flannel JS to S5c at Palra We do aU kinds of job work from a visIting card to the largest poster Give us your order Fine line of Shoes at Sam Dachs Prices to suit everybody Remember every pair guaranteed City Restaurant most np to date place In lIartford Everything first class and neat as a pin Ice Cream Sherbet Soda Water Leruonand Phosphates at City Restaurant during the Pair Prlesmeyer Shoes are the best Anew pair for every pair that does not wear Pound only at Palls Pora slyllahlq trimmed Hat visit Pairs Millinery Parlor They have the latest at the lowest prices Beautiful Flannels for waistsail- woolaU sbades In solid or fancies 2SC to 7Sc per yard at Fairs Fresh Oyster apd Celery at Cleve Ilexs Pair week atM will continue to handle them during the winter sOIl Mens Wool Suits only 295 a Sam Bachasfzea 3S to 42 Black Cray Worsted Suits only 300slze 3S t042Free hitch in our stable during the Pair but we cannot give a free hitch and and be responsible for property misplaced Remember this B B CoLLINS Co Biggest line ot Gloves ever shown In Hertford at Sam Bachs Boys Gloves and Mens working Glov everybody 1S- e rayr un Get the Most Out Qf Your Food You dont and cant If your Itomach Is weak A weak stomach does not dl Beat all that Is ordinarily taken Into It It gets tired easily and what It lalll digest Is wasted Among the signs or a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of nervous headache and disagreeable belch- Ing I have taken Ooo4s Sarsaparilla lit different times for stomach troubles and a run down condition or the system and have been greatly benefited by Its UN I would not be without It In my family I am troubled especially In rnmmer with weak alom- lIeb and nausea and find Uoo4l 8arllparllllI- nvalnablo IfDnlciMAN WCheaterPa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system Cheese Sausage and dried Beef at Cleve lIers When in town call on Cleve lier for a lunch last received a nice line of Cakes at Cleve lIers Bananas Oranges and oanuts a- Cleve lIers You will find a nice line of Candles at Cleve Iler Cleve lIer will serve hot and cold lunch during the Fair You will find the Diamond brand o Coffee at Cleve lIers New Millinery Goods received every week at the Economy Store W L Douglas Shoes at Carson Cos Every pair guaranteed AU goods delivered anywhere In city limits free at Cleve I1ers- Sonneborna Warranted Clothing none betterat Carson Cos Remember that roo boys a good pair of every day Shoes at Pairs Bring as your produce lIIghest market prices paid CARsoN Co Mr Will Pair has moved into his new residence sear the Court House The Reader baud Is rnrnlahlag the music for the Pair and its alrigh too Telephone your orders for Grocer lea to Cleve lice Rough River phonc No IS- You will find Cleve tiers Lunch rpom next door to Economy Dry Goods Store- Remnant Calico l6 eta per pound an average of a cts per yard at Carson Cos Sam Bach the leading ClothIer wants your trade lie guarantees Htlsfactloa Mr G B Williams has put down a concrete pavement in front of the City Restaurant Is you want a little money to go long ways In Millinery Goods come to the Economy Store Fine tine of Shoes at Sam Bachs Prices to Balteveryb Remember every pair guaranteed II O Shraeters Floating Studio Is here for the winter Iilgh class pho tography Call on him Mr Oscar Stevens fell from a lad der at Taylor Mines Wednesday and seriously Injured his left leg Mr Roan Dodson has bought theI jndge Baird residence property DearI the water mill Considerationtgoo Overcoats from a5o to 1250 at Economy Dry Goods Store Call andI see them and save money by of us If you have a Watch Clock Gun or jewelry that needs repairing brfngI It to Mcllvaln the Jeweler Hartford House Dont forget that you are savin Soar cents on the pound when you buy a bolt of Remnant Calico ftom Carson Co Oysters Fish Steak liam Eggs Tram and Fish Sandwiches and hot Coffee at City Restaurant during the lrair Remember this R L TweddeU Is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guaranteed Mill located southend fro bridge Hartford Ky tf See those allwool boys suits at Sa- Bach8 m for only 14oslzea8 to 1S years Youths black Clay Worsted Suits only asosizes J4 to J9 An elegant line of Gents Furnish lug Goods is always kept at Economy Dry Goods Store Can and see for yourself No trouble to show go- odsCoughA Itl have made a most thorough trill or flyers Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all dls eases or the lungs It never dlsap points J Early Finley lrollton O Pectoraltwont cure we never said it would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed it But it will cure coughs and colds of all kInds We first said thlsslxty years ago weve been saying it ever since ThtN sht1 Uc SOS Sf All Mypltl esthin your rtrJlrh u7S take do u till not to IIkI It then It Hkuowe- Leareltalt3UATEBW LowlI Kali u Our Twin Owl Shoe for men and boys cannot be surpassed for comfort and wear Every pelt guaranteed ECONOV DRY Goons STaRn Mr John P Foster No Creek was In Louisville last week attending the- o State Pair Mr Foster Is one of Ohio countys most scientific farmers land knows the practical value ola State Pair Pure Hone Pertlllzer for sale I- will give you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call and see the State Chemists test F M WRSrIRF1AD lIartrord Ky II you want a Pea thrasher Wheat Drill DIsc Harrow Wagon Buggy Cane Mill Evaporator or Field Seed call on D L D Sanderfnr Beaver Dam Ky Also will unload Fertilizer October 6 J902 ten cents less at the car gt4 Continuous cropping will in time exhaust the richest loll unless you use Armours Animal Fertilizers tot restore the nutritious elements They are always reliable Sold by T 1- TUlley Co Hartford Ky To have a good grass crop follow the wheatlt le necessary to use a fertilizer animal matter that followingfseason Sold by T J Turley Co Hartford Ky It you will only allow us to show you through our clothing department our low prices will do the rest and you will go home happy and well clothed for the wInter ECONOMY DRY Goons Svoau- Mr J S Stewart and Miss Deane Wilsonwere married at the residence of the brides father Mr Ansel Wilson near Roslne geateaday Mr Stewart la an employe of the I C R R Co and lives at Fulton where they will make their future home Carson Co have the best line of Dry Goods have the best line of Clothing have the best line of Millinery have the best line of Groceries and glue you better treatment than say other house in town Come and see us CARSON CO Bargains Bargains Bargalllsi In remnant calicoes that we have been gelling at soc per pound we are now selling at I6c making an average o- 2C yet yard Come quick and get your choice as our stock Is limited and will soon run out CARSON Co The following letters remain un called for la the Hartford post office Mr George Neal Mr Utica Hunt Mr Cleve Givens Mr W T ShackletaMr Prank Thomas Mr Tom Town Icy Miss Viola McElvay Mrs Aman da Newton Miss Alice Davis Mrs Maggie Wllkerson The FAir The Ohio County Fair opened with- a good crowd Wednesday morning The day was an Ideal one for an out door gathering and before the sun had climbed very high streams of people were pouring In from every direction Old citizens say they never saw BO many people here the first day or a Pair There is not a Fair this year ill any county adjoining Ohio and the number of visitors from outside the county Is greater than ever before The Pair grounds here are the most beautiful in the State The track Is ae nearly perfect as one can be made and the grove embracIng about eight acres of large forest trees affords am pIe hitching room for which no charge companygwas breaker for thesecond day A large crowd was present and everybody hid a good time There la mnre stock here than at any previous Pair attracted by the liberal premiums and excel lent track and grounds Today end tomorrow record breaking crowds are expected and the Pair will be the best ever held In the county nThe Swappers The horse jockey like the poor Is always with usat fair time There ie always a sort of plcturessness about the horse jockey In some respects they are all alike perhaps from long association wIth one another They are all fond of trade tat trades sake and frequently when trade le dull swap for variety rather than profit As a tale the jockey does not harm the public unless it is an occasional crowding a public passway- In a general way they are a good humored set of fellows and notwlth standing there Is Jobs put up lu the business they seldom Indulge in a fight or a law Bul- tTheawapplDg habit Is like the morphine habit or whisky habit once formed It lasts at life time A number of horse traders follow the fairafrom county to county get ting at times seventyfive or a hundred miles from home The character of stock they handle Is also interesting Anything from a hundred dollar horse down to a ten cent plug may be seen m the bust Hugs here now We saw a mule harnessed to a buggy yesterday for both of which we would not give a pint of peanuts Frequently one or more of these worthless plugs Is turned out on the commons the last day of fair and left to his hate which of course goon overtakes him J + n ABOUT PEOPLE Mr S P Roby Fordsvllle Is f town Mr Joseph Mulhall or Louisville Is In town Air J M Holloway Roslne called on us yesterday Miss Jessie Reynolds Fordsvllle- is attending the Pair Mr W W Royal Pordsvllle wa among our callers Monday Miss May Cundlff of Bevler Is the guest of Mrs J S Glenn Mr J D Durham Shallhous w a pleasant caller yesterday Deputy Sheriff Jo II Roberts Fordsvllle Is attending the Fair Mr Steven Westerfield Horton was among our callers yesterday Mr Slim Bach went to Louisville Wednesday and will return today Mr RI Dull Sulphur Springs was a visitor at this office Monday Col C M Barnett came down from LoulsvllleTuesday to attend the PaIr Mr Charlie Heavrin Louisville Is visiting hIs brother Mr M L Heav rln Mrs ire rx lIeavrln has returned from a vIsit with relatives at LoUIS- ville Dr J H White of Charleston Mols the guest of the family of Cap t S K Cox Mr and Mrs Henry Aull and chit dren Bowling Green are attending the Pair MrGregory WeddlngLoulsvllle Is the guest of his father Judge R R WeddIng Mrs Levena Tally of Owensboro- Is visiting friends and relatives In Hartford this week Mr Lon Rogers of Greensburg 18 attending the Fair attracted more perhaps by a fair at the hair Mr Rice Jesse local manager for T J Turley Co has returned from s vacation taken In Davlesl county Dr Z H Shultz and wire Pleas ant Ridge ate ill town this week vis- Iting relatives and attending the Fair Mrs John B Wilson and little son Allen are visiting Mrs Wilsons mother Mrs Allen at Hawes vllle Mr and Mrs H L Thomas SuI- phur Springs were guests of their son Mr J II Thomas Saturday and SundayMr Mrs J S Snook Louisville will arrive to day to be the guests of the family of Col C M BarnettMrs R Phlppa who has bee visiting Iher mother Mrs Warren Hines Qwenaboro returned home Tuesday Mrs W R Skillman and Mrs John May Owensboro and Miss Lola Wood Jacksonville Ill are vis- Iting Miss Mattie Bennett Mr and Mrs Joshua Loyd Griffin hid arrived In Hartford yesterday to attend the Pair and be the guests o Mr and Mrs G W Dunger Mrs T H Autl Bowling Green Mrs Dr J C Hoover Owensboro and Mrs Chas Rogers Elkton are guests of the family of Capt S K CoxMrs Maud Keown of Rockport Ind and little twin daughters Misses Jessie and Bessie arc guests of the family of Sheriff Cal P Keown this week Miss Susie Miller Owensboro Mrs J W Marks Louisville and Mr Richard Bllt and sister Miss Eliza beth Owensboro are vIsiting the family of Mr Thomas Marks Mr and Mrs A B Lancaster of Lexington are here for the Pair Mrs Lancaster was formerly Miss Louie Hill daughter of Capt S E Hill and has many friends here who are glad to meet her again The Browns on Top Says adlspatch from Franklin Ind While the Smiths may be the most numerous In Johnson county the Browns are holding the offices Robert A Brown clerk of the supreme court and candidate for reelection heads the oficial list as the county s only state officer though Parker T Brown of Wlilteland Is the populist nomidee tot theBame office Den P Brown ii the present county auditorr and though not related and of oppo site polltl sIIDen and Bob are close friends Each has a brother I N Brown one of whom Is known as Isaac N Brown and the other as I Newt Brown The latter Bob s brother is trustee of Pleasant town ship In which Greenwood is situated lames G Brown Sheriff ofJohnso n county Is another Democratic Brow n official but his vote Is offset by that ofIamel M Brown councilman from the First ward In this city and a Republican Neither Is related teach o other nor to the other official Browns Ed Brown is a justice of the peace In White River township and the Investigation has not been ex tended to such small offices as constables and road supervisors though careful search might reveal other Browns in these positions For Sale A Scholarship In the Bryant Strat ton Business College Louisville We can save you money Call on o address Tuu RJtlUDLICA Iiartford Ky OASTORXAePius the The Kind You Bala flarn Bought wgr r r FIRST SCRAP JOf Fair Week Wednesday Morn ingBlood Flows Freely Wednesday morning Ed Lock a young man recently from Edmonsoll county got gentlemanly groggy in Collins saloon and proceeded is not very complimentary terms to express 9his opinion of the proprietor After repeatedly ordering him from the sa loon the proprietor proceeded to elect him Lock objected to going and a scrap asensued In which Locks nose bled profusely Marshal MRuzywas stand ins just across the street from the scene of the scrap and when his attention was directed to It rushed over and separated the combatants end placed them both under arrest They were taken Immediately be fort City Judge John B Wilson where Lock was lined 15 Collins trial was set for today- ASSIGNMENTS Of Methodist Episcopal Ministers louisville District J D Welsh presiding elder Ar ungton to be supplied Beaver Dam supplied by J II Embry Bowling Green circuit W T Dunn Deer Lick post office Drakesboro sup plied by W M Wyatt Dextervllle post office Deer Lick supplied by II R IIardlson EBJllngtoll Eo B Timmons Greenvllle J P JeffrIes lIard Insburg W II Calvert Hickory Grove D F Kerr Leltchfield C s rlarkln Louisville Epworth W L Spence Louisville Trinity W F Sheridan and John Phillips Louisville Wesley J M Ackman Marion supplied by William R McRoy Morgantown J B Perryman No Creek J W Cantrell Onton J II Brown Oldham and ShelbyvUle to be supplied Owensboro circuit supplied by A M M Lambert Paducah post office Hickory Grove supplied Sacramento C S lupIn Sample supplied by J H Davis Scottsvllle supplied by J M HorneSpring Lick supplied by W B Walsh Summit supplied by Squire Purcell Tomp vllle H H Bowman Vine Grove supplied by J II Massey Woodson yule supplied J W Newton Ep worth quarterly conference left with out appointment to attend some of the school P T Kelley was made mis sionary In the Wyoming mission Bread Breadl Breadl andnat Bakery Lunch at all hours day or night Re member the place City Bakery opposite Leo Chinns saloon W C SCHLEMMER Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all druggists drug store They are eas- Ier to take and more pleasant In effect than pills Then their use Is not followed by constipation as Is often the case with pills Regular size z5c per box m WilsonStewart On the evening of Wednesday Oc tober ut at 8 oclock Mr R P Stewart Greenfield Tenn was mar rled to Miss Dean Wilson of Roslne Ky at the home of the brides father in the presence of a few friends The room was quaintly decorated with roSes and goldenrods and many other decorations were presented to greet the happy couple as they marched to receive the ceremony which was nicely conducted by Rev G J Beau The attendants were Misses Artie Wilson Roslne and nffie Shreve Louisville and Messrs Fred Daniel Spying Lick and U G Rsgland Hartford Mr Stewart Is a fireman on the I C R R whose run is from Fulton Ky to Memphis Tenn Miss Wilson Is the fourth daughter of rrr Ansel Wliaon and is a very popular young lady The bride and groom left immediately for Greenfield TenD where they will vIsit relatives a few days and then will return to Fulton Ky where they will make their future home They have many friends In their home States who wish them much happiness through life Ellis Owen Is Out Mr Ellis Owen has resigned his position as clerk In the postoffice to take a place In the Insurance agency of Fred Clarke Co Mr Owen has been In the postoffice for nearly ten years and has made himself very popular there There 11110 doubt of his success in his new venture There are certain rosy rumors In connection with the resignation that are lull of Interest but they cannot be verified Mr Owen has been night clerk for the past three years fits successor Is not known as a clan service exam Inatlon will have to be held to provide material for the vacancyIugalrcr A Lovable and Useful Man Rev Rease Romans past away Sunday September J3 at 420 p maf ter a short illness of four day of sup posed chills He sat up Sunday and- r ate a hearty dinner and no one thought of any danger until about 2 p lil He went to steep and woke up frightened and grew worse until he passed away as easy as rr he was going to sleep Brother Romans was born and In JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and Impure coating They have too high a regard for health II well as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry ThoNvery Amerlcaa reatcrs their acka do not dart to touch or glaze their high deed Mochas and 1avas Why 1 never or L faIonTheeel4pseaeeolnrweadtormauntrod fnsbnree g S tcJtcM Our New i Frail GoodsAve now on hand and wo invite the pub L lie to an inspection of the finest line of 1 seasonable Dry Goods ever shown in Hart ford We have spared no pains or expense in procuring is line of Goods that will de tlightthe eye please the wearer and save the pocketbook Years of experience s2 fi have taught us just what the people want i a iand with a desire to serve their interests we have succeeded in purchasing a stock which in point of excellent values and L1- tJ low prices has neyer been excelled in this rfi market This stock includes all the latest things in Clothing Fine Dress Goods Wraps Hats Shoes and everything that goes to fit out a lady or gentleman in the rcit 1Vote lese Seeialg 4 Heavy Factory Cotton 4Ke Good Bleached Cotton r sc s2Good Cotton Plannel 5crExtra Heavy Drllllag 7Ke Good Calico 4 cs2 iiMens Black Clay Worsted Suitesizes 3S to 42 250i I Better grade name 300 Youths Suits same goodsr4 to J9 225 I Boys allwool Sultaslua y to1S r 40 2ciLadles Shoes roo iYouths Shoesslul 3 to 5K 90C 9 Big tine oChUdrenShoe PIn of Waist Flannels Jackets Capes readq made Dress Skirts Trunk Matttngs and Carpets ii Please remember that we have as fine a stock of Dry Goodsin all linesas can befound in this section and we are right in the push when it comes to styles and novelties No old stockeverything new Give us a call and we assure you that wos2 iwill come as near supplying your wants ias any store in the county and at prices that will be entirely satisfactory to you Your YOr Trade tSAM BACH Hartford e 444 GUNS GUNSWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF Shot Guns Riflesr Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS TC And reapeeaally uk you to call and see tbelargeat and beet line of Shot Oooa ever ID lIartord PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Orocerymen Hartford New Commercial Hotel Haxtford Kentucky I Everything now throughout Tablo tiro best Servico- oxcellent Como and seo us IS AC FOSTER Proprietor reared in Butler county Ky and when twentyone he made peace with God and from that time he has preached the gospel and too much cant be said of the good work he hs done He was a minister of the M E church and we feel shore In saying he to at rest Brother Ro mans was seventythree years eight months and twentyelght days old There was more looked at him as a father than any other way When he was twentythree years old hr married Nanny Lawd To this union six children were born to them Jacob Romans Luc Roman Miry Sherman John Romans Nanri Fleen er and Hanah Romans His first wire died in JS4J He was agalll married September 271863 to Arend Plumber to this union fourteen chll- drell were born Brother Romans was burled In the Mt Zion cemetery A PaIRND In the Nick of Time Ashland Oct zWhlle a C O fast freight was passing Hampton station this county yesterday afternoon a woman suddenly threw her self in front oUhe engine She would have been ground beneath the wheels had not two men opportunely appear ed and she was dragged oft the track jut la time She would not give het name but said she had run away from a charitable Institution where she was cruelly treated and was de termined to kill herself She was about twenty years old and rather pretty CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Tb kInd YDt Hall Always Bought Boars the- fdigaaturo jf THIS REMEDY Is sure to GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BAlM 01W nellela t once It deaD soothe and beats the dlHUed membrane It cure taanta and drlrN away a cold in the head fllckl1 Itleab C eot tbe 11r aDdIsize tee trial she toe at WarreDlltreet New York Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOnER3 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Table Nw time card taking rllft Sundfty Dec 2 UIOOntuoon North flonilil South onnc- 1Non2 dne1Oft m No 11 dn1II a m 0102 duOUp m No lot due tU p m- l0122dueJ30pm NoUl doGOJ Ui Local FicighiN No1U due 1GOa m oi9 due 27 pm- S U VAIIMTU Jige- iituIlJir1I1tsiuJ liUi1uK- LS WMI ML fAILS flstCuugh Irup TatUuud VC- tn tImft ld b drUVId SCHOOLIS IN Peelin sad and sour School I 11- 2Geltin glummer evry hour School Is lii And Ive got to give up swlmmln No more cllmbln the persimmon Got to mind a lot 01 women School Is In Mfshoes Ive got to shine School Is In My hair must be combed flue School Is In Just to study sums and histry Which just makes ones brain all twlstry And remains as much a mlstry School Is In Twice a day Ive got to wash School Is In Must stay splcker than a Equash School Is In Now Ive got to give up fl2hin And a lazy good position For a lot of dull addition School Is In Arithmetic and grammar I just hate It Is foolish to cram a Little pate That Is full of fun and flurry With a lot of studies worry But gee whiz 11 I dont hurry Ill be late o 0 fROM DIEPPE TO NWVAVN Dy Zoo Anderson Norris tctidit 1901 Ii loe WmoI ian1I o 0 Is always ho and she Whether It be Adam and Eve John and Mar- garetIT or Darby and Joan It Is he and she When the trunks bad been low ered Into the hold and the hold covered over she brought her steam cr rug flung It across ono corner propped hereelt thereupon wropptod Im 1 lET ron DE1OJU ann SAID ber capo snugly about her and tIIIt swaying slightly with the movement ot the boot her feet dangling her eyes on the waves the clouds the sea gulls swooping through rainbows ot mist and out agaIn while he pacing the deck before her bock and forth and bock and forth again eyed her furtive Iy Others paced the deck Some en terlug the dining room tIIIt palo faced before llrious and sundry eatables brought by alert and black coated walters Somo stood ot the railings looking back ot tho tine roseate hue pt tho receding coast of France Iter belongings had been Placed by a porter on the long seat at the side fly and by leaping down she went to look otter them Upon her return she found him comfortably ensconced In her T- Idnltr with a soft Scotch rug well wrapped about his kucos and a soft telt hot drawn down For awhile otter the manner ot two overgrown children they eyed each pther Then I have met you before she said wlth a lighting up of eyes In a smile Yes ho assented ot the Jtudlo ot Mme Lethftiro in Paris I rcoghized you instantly With that they talked for an hour or so ot things ot no earthly consequence as la customary in such cases otter which they drifted Into topics more deeP Do you believe bo naked In the supcrt1AturalSOmetlme she answered I think I don t believe In much ot anything else Then I have a story to ten It Is the story ot a bag of bones I had nn uncle In the diplomatic corps In Chino While there ho came across the bones ot aChlnalnon Whether ho Just i found the bones or lJerboPllr uIth a quick bright glance Iio killed hIm ThIs lieglims to I be interestiimgMany rate wilhmuch wi = iins erin ri vO1ULaT u clIISe flt brought thIs bag ot bonci over the seas with him to his country house In Scotland and having brought theni there put them away and forgot nil about them lt hi the way ot the world she nodded Wo go to every sort ot trouble and expense doing things wo think wo wont to do then wonder why- in the name ot common sense wo over went to the trouble ot doing thom Just so In duo course ot time he- gnvo a house party this undo of mine Inviting sonic friends up troln london for a week or two Ito flhie4 the house os a matter ot tact from garret to cellar But first I forgot to tIIIY that the servants had put the bog of bones In n box and the box In ono ot the spare rooms upstairs under the bud lie shrugged his shoulders That was the pith ot the story he said disgustedly Never mind encouragingly Ill imagine you told It where It ought to have como In Go on The house Was so tilled ho went on that upon the arrival ot thq last guest It was found necessary to put him In the spare room which for some reason or otheryou will pardon this story It It Isnt vcry clearwos seldom used Then the fun began ThCre were dancing and music and frolicking till all hours ot the night till 4 or there about In the morning when one by one they commenced to go to bed The guest ot whom 1 spoke was the last to go The rest had Just about dozed off when he roused them by dashing out ot his room slammlpg the door behInd him running down the ball to my un vies room antI toiling there prone upon the carpet pouting and white as any ghost My uncle propped him up and threw water In his face When he could speak ho told him how hI bad hardly got to dbefore a toll Chluaman be- 8nshed bios eyed and pigtailed arose from somewhere ho couldnt tell whero and stoocJ by his sidestood there looking reproachfully down on him out ot the smallness ot his narrowly elongated eyes that were cntacor- nered And that wnsnt all Though appar euuy substantial enough so much so that ho tilled up the room this China mon was transparent no could see straight through him Tables chairs mirrors back ot him shaped them selves mingling with the flaunting hues of his l1nmblgnsted robe Yes eagerly and what hap penedr Nothing ot any consequence As 1- wd before ho dashed past him or through him I have forgotten which through the door too down the ball and Into my uncles room for protec- tionSomething elso should have happened she mused Its not enough It eant be helped Im telling the story ns It was told to me They put the gust somewhere else and the next day taking the box from under the bed they stowed It away In the attic where once moro It was forgotten The pas8engcr who had partly par taken ot lunch came stilling out walking mllidly up and down for air She observed them thinking Its a good story she decided tlnal- Iy what there Is ot It but It lades finish IIow would It do to finish It like this Say his soul went wonder Ing with those bones of his out ot hal lowed ground It couldnt rest Isnt there some sort ot myth like that In Chinese history Let his comrades bias eyed yellow or Rltln gaudy ot gown and besashetl like him niako on excursion to that country house ot your uncles Let theta rush late the attic some fine night and rescue the bog ot bones Then cnrrllll bock home burled decently Jn his native land his soul finds rest along with them hows that for a finish lIe hesitated She answered her own qUtlItion Its no good nt all she complained lIow shall I finish IU Must you finish ft- Ot course It it goes Into print no turned n quick glance upon her Is that what you dor bo questioned Writ- eItswbot I do she answered rue tully lIow Interesting It must be be musedito weave fiction to make something out ot next to nothing and to earn your bread thereby Bread she repeated wearily but not always the butter And she stretched out two hands In a gesture which savored of despair lie caught one that nearest to him AmI Is It with this little hand that you write bo queried spreading open the fingers I write with both these little hands she nnsweflll laughing lIows that I pound the typewriter Of course I should have known It rather takes from the charm ot- ft doesnt It wistfully Nothing could do that nmrmed be with conviction She fixed her eyes op n taroff sail It I dldnt know you were Scotch tIIIld she I should say you were Irish and lund kissed the Blarney stone It I were Irish oven I should draw the line at that Its a dllllcult feat You must be held by your heels while you hang over a dangerous precipice head down to reach It do JntEA1V SIlE lIEltATIW WILUIILT nUT lOT ALWAYs nuends on the mon who has you by the meels and men are not to be trusted o I shouldnt care to kiss the Dlar- 3ey stone Shivering she drew her cOlIC about- crthroA m You are cold siiI bc We are nearing the flrIUAb eoiflt The chill of the tog comes out to vuhcoine us Shail- I tuck you In IIerf lot me PUt my- varm Scotch rug nroulllt yomi Im coM but thots not whats the matter with mae so Inuchi Its that story It worries tue sprangdownCome lets walk noollt holding out his arms thud laughing and remem bering taking hr two hands to help her down and I will tell you another story an old old story but the sweetest story In the world Walking arm Iu arm across the deck they stood facing the sunset An exquisite Turner cltect wd ho critically those blown about clouds I wish I had my brushes nOd points a minute So that Is what you do then paint 1es Paint It on canvas nod I will paint It with words then well compare Wo will But the story Yea I had forgotten The story Its a very simple story ot a man who walked up the gangplank of u boat one afternoon carelessly untl lag never once imagining what awult edbiunthcre It Im guessing anywhere os to what this story Is going to bo she Interrupted I should think It WO old Why its so old GIve mo a chance to finIsh Itcnd- who saw sitting wrapped In rugs upon the hold Again sho interrupted him I was right In my guess said she Its a love story Stop It wont do Degln another The market Is drugged with them The editor wont have theta Tell mo something else For the love ot mercy tell mo something elsel- I will tell you thlll ho declared or none She sighed resignedly Go ou maid she Theres many a strange thing In life ho obeyed continuing but the strangest ot all Is love It Is Impossible to tell how It comes Or where It SOCS she added laugh lag lie waived the question Like the wind ho murmured It blowoth where It listeth Jrom the own Atu AnoUT vo win TALK TO ME tint moment catching sight ot her sit tlng there a luicture In her line plaid capo and her big tan hat shading the black ot her eyes with a fetching bnckground ot sea and cloud and spray be loved her Ito loved her she echoed her gaze on the skies turning from yellow to crimson trom crimson to ImurPle from purple to the soft mellow gray ot the night Loved her tlO soon Love does not calculate said br- It comes There was u moment ot silence duro lag which ha regarded her You are sweet ho whispered how do you know I am sweet she smiled back nt hlnl now do I know It Is commencing to bo dark lIow do I know we ore near tag the coast ot England IIow do I know anything Time answer pleased her her fingers which wero resting lightly on his nnn pressed It Tile WillkCtl briskly across toeing the tog and the coast In the darkness they were surrounded by ghostly fig Ulell their expectant faces also toward the coast some homo going Talk to me ho begged Tell me It Is too soon From Dieppe to New hoen tour hours It Is much too soon she reiterated have you forgotten the studio ot lImo Lemairo and how wo met there Besides love does not count tho hours Listen to the tog horns We are about to land Talk to mo Well she began and stopped Ho took her chin and lifted up her taco to lila Ills eyes like the lights on the cost Jlowed burningiy misty with the fog between vll whuUIIIllIslshl1 Unless I tio said she this story It seems to DIe stands less show of being finished than the other otmo Time story he frowned always the story Drop it and live Thy are commencing to land We must look out for our luggage Talk to me Tell rue you care for me Well then she toll him perhaps I do EeelnlnUCnl Jltndlnr A story Is belllg told ot which Lord noscbery is time ollged subject On ono occasion ho went Into a large Ox ford street establislmmnent to purchase a new hat and while ho stood bare beaded waiting to ho lilted n bishop entered on the somo errand and mistook the earl for ono ot tlio shop assistants have you a hat like this ho asked showing his own extraordinary headgear Lord Itosebery tool It from iai and examined It critically before he answered No lie replied ot length I hoent got a hat like that and It I had I wouldnt wear ltlLondon News Lyons Laxative Syrup Isn vegetable preparation absolutely In its effect it acts genUy on Ihekidneys bowels cure con Btlpation blllousncss sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure Au ideal remedy for child ten as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy O4STOnXADean tbeItoKind Yos Hame Alsays Bout- tBJpatm 11 ct Tho Kind You Have Always Bought null svhlcls has bcen In use fot over 80 years has borne limo signature of amid Iran been JUlIlo under ILls per supervision since Its iumnumcy- Sd- 9sonalsSilOW 110 One to lCCChO you in this All Counterfeits Imnltntioimms anti uJustnsJoOll nro but Exleriuulcnts that trifle with IUlll endanger tho health otl- o11mts nitl ChUtlrenEJlerleneo against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorln Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops Rlill Sootlihag Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains iicithmcr Opium Morphiumo nor other Narcotlo- mlst11Iec Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys WormS nllll allays loverlshimmess It cures Diarrlmeca nut Winti Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoUStllllltJOll und Flntulemmcy It assimilates tIme Food regulates the Stomnch ntu1 DOelll giving healthy mlt1 natural sleep The Chlldrcns PanaceaTime Mother Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of dThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years HI CSNUN CON YO NUV STSIIT New YONS CITY r ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY tacoaroasTIDj Phonelllandty and business poInts generally byI only payIng a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be It the whole expense It you say so We connect with all In I dependent Companies For partlcu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky BARNES GOLD PENS FAMOUS for Nearly HALF A CENTURY I J is reso amsooLn rUt I 4 111100 J a Lose au GOLD 1111 1 SM tuo p y Loa 3mI GOLD 1iUb 510 Iii oWl 01fpol heruBARNES FOUNTAIN PEN FInetRumeIIote Gu4 P Irfc Fend to tite 0 Stub byiinI poztpaid SIOO GoYmoD en1T2 cionable novelues In r skr Vrtte lorUtilogul Vatc1c j t SIvcTwar KYIC P EARNES 4 CO LOUISVILLE ror 44 Years C P DARNES 2UGSb- Ce thi standard lot quality amnir Sou thorn peopl are true in- Carat and Welch and ii- warcoffecintsle soUr mothir 112 hcr inothi- YOU lather and hit lather wear C P liamea Rirge MajwemalisyounPochaT I- IlIa1I amcu04 Zlituo- ciNoiifltGoId ljit3 S 4 75 J r 500 1 100- 0oiiokt usa pI 4 Son- WrIte or oir Cataligue- of WuIthe iJSilDPBAIlNC8 co 504506 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY iiiciu C r Jg3llhTrTAF f- Are r operated by ta r netwoen TEXASdtmd North nnti lJ Do 101 BIRMINGHAM lUI pi 1 And tIme North arui hflehea- nOLiU Q c rnt lb North2uOberntton i4 1110 man3OIpcn Cf1roi H- ncnl01 tl i4ta 1111 IAc Election officers who served at the November election 19I are request ed to forward ballot bpx keys and seals at once to the Clcrk of the Ohio County Court and thereby aae the county the expense ol buying new ones M S RAGJANO C 0 C C URIBR J URNL 1I1l04Timesa CtRIER publlobl In tb ilnltl Stat for Iemoerata and for ALl It I the eqoal of mD DaIllon aad tb- aspertorof nil oter SemlWeeklio or iekIto- n1Inry Wlllttnnn EIttor- Tb Wodnodaj tiaa Is dyotI to lIEWH 11 tVTFttS tb SaturdAy 1u500 t dotd t- otbUOI Somplcopl onttos onappli OUOD Address TiRE CUVIIIEUJOVR- AL CO Lotartoyflie Ky npedal arrangement you ran get the SU- SUIILICAN nod tb TWICEAWEE- SvuzsILJovniAL both ODO yrIr to r only 150- Thu Ior mob oberlpUoua only All aoL etlptton under tbta romitoatton uSer moat Li seat tbrougbt Time Republican o22ee I Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Maryland On the Crostof the Alloghany MountaIns Unquestionably the most superl and sensible summer resort In Anmei ca 280 feet above sea level 350 000 Invested In improvements Inl1 still the place retaIns its charmini rural simplicity Five hottls And 1 cottages open for boarder at reasons bIt rates This resost is the site 01 the Mountain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the Jtrtal Cbautauqua UseIJ and Is annually vis lied by thoUsands of persons who are strengthened In mind by the unez celled falllties iflorded for educationII al work and Invlgoattd In body b the health giving irfluence for which this paradIse of the mountains II famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B 0 SouthWestern Iron June 1St to September 3th good reo turning until October 3tst1902- I Specially low rates duriag July and August for the Chautauqua and other I gatherings Information about at tractions enteutaltiments summer jschol sessIons etc will be furnished Iin reply to Inquiries addressed to L A Rudlsall Mountain Like Park Moryland Por Information on the sulject of- rates and time of traIns apply to Ticket Agents B O SW R R or- I the undersigned R S BROWN Dust Passr Agt LouIsville Ky o P lIIc ARTV- Genl Passr A2t- Iqdnnatl Ohio 7 A Good Route I j to Try It traverses n territory rich In undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimIted possibilities for agriculture horticulture stock rais Jag mining and manufacturing And last but not least it Is The Scenic Route for Tourists The Frlsco System now offers the traveling public excellent service and tast time IBetween St Louis and Kansas Cltymd points in Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points In Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast Between Dlrm1ngham and Memphis and points In Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the West and Southwest Full Information as to route and rates cheerfully furnished upon apptl- cntlon to any representative of the Company or to Passenger Traffic Department Commercle1 flulidin- gSrintI Louis Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE We are going to give n LADIES GOLD WAraH guaranteed for twenty years Elgin Movement totho most popular Lady Teachor in Ohio County Also an At BUGGY to the ost popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons oflm RElUULICAN shall determine the Con test in the mmmor following For each 2Sc In cash paid on subscription to filE REPUBLICAN ho shall be entitled to cast one vote for n Lady and one for n Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances andlnew subscriptions nIl count alike Cut out the coupon belOw fill in the namo of the Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark the num ber of votes you are ontiled to in plain figures on the Coupon dId send it to this paper The contest will bo in care of n committee to bo appointed by the County Superin- tondOnt Tile ballots will be opened and counted by the committee nnd the property transferred to the winners on the last day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute which will beheld the first or second week in October 001TFOVotes for lIiss as the most opulnr Laly Teacher in Ohio Cotinty Votes for lfr os the most Popular Gentleman Teacher jn Ohio County Signed P 0 Our Clubbing List Republican and TwiceaWeek CourierJournal per yr 150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year fGO Republican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 Republican and roledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year 133 Republican and TwiceaWeek Now York World 150 FIELD SON aoz xooa- TRANSFER LINER=rw =n rr A rronzl AN zIaAVICD cAU BARTFORD BYA PAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOURIATRONAGB SOLICITED All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE NI Tills OliFIcg COLLINS SALOON TPcRD ayHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Winos and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old V S Stone and Old Internationalspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO bOMKUlnPent1 Shor71ulIl ljLlIhllinFo 7ilfrlt dii- i14 II 4 i1lc sven xprineeil utben pach oni a peclaUet In hi line Graduate 01 tWa eolkg prrferrrd- by buatoes bouse W an now Ia our new bow oesret coiner Becood and Yaloat atret tb ant and boot azrittiged tbool building lit the South InOlvidual ltru loa School ha oonloa- an tbar Students can enter at aIIy time YMitor always welcomi E f WBEGIITlrosL Vie1Qt fCOST NO lORa TItAN PLAIN ONES lN 1NhitGBronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mosstrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive White Bronze Is strictly everlasting Rannot crumble with the action of frost Mossgruwth au Impossibility It Is more artistic than any ntM Then lzt investigate It has I i0 M uu auu1JI u uaJJuo UUUIyMJeL wu4autuuaq sad by thousands of delighted customers In all parts of the country It has been on the market over 25 years and Is an established success Many granite dealers have bought Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds 01 bcautlfuldeslgnsohll grades of workand want to have you gravecsample of White Bronze Yours truly D RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Coun f You Want lro keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subsciibe for Tho Ropublican And get all the news all the time I t i s mD1c1TOto Oreult CoortSY T Owea Jd 1 tE flow UlorOoboro T lt1mIasIallr VA- Lndersom Clerk 1 Itowsa llolbruokMaitr 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Wm CUSHION Owensbore WIa01rIiSII 11lSltt JNO B WILSON I ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY sptlsttauos trivia to col1rtIoaamakt- abtrnti La ato NOJar I bile for liMo no711 Oar aortb aid pstik squat C E SMITH ATTORNEY Ar LAW UARIr0RDgy Will pU hlprollo II sH tll rat1Obto and sdlotsIaarotiadrortol Appos2- apri1II Utlon girn to sit bulmraotrud te burst OotnvoverubtoCouatytiaakJ 1 Attorney at Law i lIARTFORo Ky mil pratt hi pmfrsIon Is Ohio aid atjo- Isgtoutlra Hpiatattotloa IuD to1I bas- kal ralruted to Wa car SPBOBY- 4TTORWEY4T LJIWT- OHD5tILLE MEEITUCUT Will prettw hta proIo I all tll court or AppeW8poc1atlteaUo OM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will pr tIllta prorIo to all tbeourtof-Obo and sdjotaIn relation RpartslsttuUoa will be jva to sli bataa tnaeted to bis ear VoUctlouspciaiIy E F NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY thcoortsotlCnturkytUemt of thwednLa tatr rod rumIDIat proetton Ijufle uptalzi UriSs Isock J S n WEDDING I J ATTORNEY and COUNSEUOR at IJWIHARTFORD KY VIII practire hi protraiou tim alt the court ot- Obto and adjoining enuotira eod Lb Court of Ap- pnl lroiupt ttaDtlon give to all bsatnna ntrostdtobim otcln itarcatacabutidl- gB L R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky tbtortaofflbiqand s I LIIKAVnlN KItNEST WOODWAUD IIEAVRIN WOODWARD Qon O CI CI llAnroKT trill prcttre their irotetoti to all the Courts of Ohio county nod Coon of Appeat Np- elal attention 1yan estntoitt prs ttr and rolleo Lion Olilce oezt door to hank oUlarUord W H BARNES Attorney at Law t AND COUNTY ATTOllNEY IIUTO KTrWill prsrttc hi irfon51on la alt th coart ol Ohio and aiflolntug ouutieajtod Is tb Coar of- AppaIa Strict Ittaittlon slit be fl tuN boats entrimted to hiarar taspecialty Olle Incourfhoora I urfllnea JInnlrnnant lion rll kftpel41nottuwitboutchsrgsIgth IAI p