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CJr iIIE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FineJobWork a Specialty OFPICId6 caUN OF TBE pun II THE FODaTS CON BEnrDNAL DlSTilcrSUbscription I a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 No14p v lrretiatlbldrawsmating time lleaUIt does more than musicInto healtAeeekbearfecthealth added to het There can be no general health for women while there disease of the fintateIby the use of Dr Plercea Fa write Prescription It eatJIblllhc regu heallaflAinnlatlonfemale wukness PrescdrHoer lamCUftU ooaehothatatmtdldonCDrtd SenseMedial DillyStudclothboUndatfso N Y SouthernRailway Throubti btntEoalhrnStat- KENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAOEOn- OIA and MISSISSIPPI fptlUlw Thte Duty IntBetween loalr-Yili sad laingtoa ObaUoa tbatr Cart JNvesthalrtnnaelattiatrat aarod aDd L JI a st Lolt R ebrlarornaaoaddnsaA tth An LoInWa Will HTa17OArltut O P A Loatnm Health and Pleasure Resorts WIT- HMedical Waters oa tbe U oUboi RailroadraDd tb Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CssaUas Sptfsg Alllso Nell Coopers WoIllI IaWell end mown Weil erw r g- atarUretabllbd bMltb and plaaurerorle- with medial water a a Iturt Had baD lott aecommotlalios Tbey are loald on or- eo UagaoeatotbUDoflb nllDo Central aid Tloo A IIPIYaUey Railroad lu tbe upland realoi of Mississippi spd to the u4rtlntd tot a ire copy of na- ms4ratd book desnil log tbm all Iaddl tbaIlardloprloa OrlJoa SpNag nOD apdagOrnlas aprlsga sndCdttndee Ppting I Wlora Eatseky and Ctesl 8prtsge udI- I110a Bprlel1l In 8oatbers Illlnot are similar resort conrerateg which an IIIDtrattd book bIben Iod wbleb CAli be bad free on ppUcaUOD to be undersigned A U UAN80N O r A IUIDolI Central U n Clal ago NEW THROUGH LINE DE7WYEN EVANSVILLE AND CEICACOA new through car line has been established for the entire dlstana over the Jlllnois Central between Evansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road Irom Evansville to MaUoonform r1y a part of the P D E Ry The services la se follow- sNORTH BOUND Ux Sun LvUvanavlle73opm 730am- Ar Chicago 7oom 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally nx Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 83oam- ArEvanavlile8o5am 55opm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trsins Tickets of your local ticket agent THENEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EditlonAI most I Dilly at the Price of a Weekly Th rrNldtaUaJ eampstgn I over but tII world gnu ou teat the same and It I taU otnewe To Isarotbtaw Jat u It lapromptly and IaI athWauthatroaha Y to do Itolook- fdtbaoIebnofhaTbrleeaWek EdiUOaof- Ib Nw York World which comes totbnbo- mber lie umef a rear- TbTbrfsaWak dwgaes asapu- bnbeot1np wshaa glnnltdrealaUonwb- renrti ngnni Ipngusge is ppotenandyo aaberlptl06w aagaald newspaper and Tga JtUI7ou tooa Mr for sLtor- Tbregelarsaberipjton prim olth two Ill pre Subscribe for THE HARTFORDiREPUDLI bAN 100 per year in advance ED LOGSDON Moonshiner Acquitted on One Charge Arrested on Another Had Just Served Sen tence of Twen ty Months In the Louisville JaltMust Now Answer To Green County Fad Logsdon the notorious old moonshlaer was acquitted la the Federal Conlt yesterday of the charge ofabootlng at Deputy United States Marshals who were engaged In a raid on the still which he operated and five minutes later was arrested by Capt Sullivan chief of detectJves on n bench warrant from the Green County Court charging wgsdon with malicious shooting Before being brought to trial yes terday morning Logsdon had been In jail for twenty months serving sen tence for another offense Through out yesterdays hearing the delivery of the defense and prosecution his I nervousness was evident When the jury filed out he seemed to find the welting interminable and moved hia chair from place to place In the court room In an effort to get near someone who would talk with him on the case Ills great dread was that the jury would hang and that he might have to go back to jail until the next term of the court Seemingly his most sympathetic listener was Capt Sullivan who took a hopeful view of the situation and repeatedly told Logsdon that hed come through all right At the end of an hoar the jury filed In the verdict was asked for and the foreman declared that the jury found the prisoner was not guilty Court wu immediately adjonri ed lid Logs doe ahaklag panda with Capt Sn1l- lnwent to each of the jurors In tarn thenklag them all for their decHe thanked all the officers of the court who were sUit present aacUheD- started toward the United States Clerks office Through It he passed and then turning to the right moved rapidly toward Judge Evans office At the threshold he was stopped by the Judges SenegambltI attendant and turned to retrace his steps As he did so he found Capt Sullivan waiting for him They drupped In casually to each side as he walked and the three passed out into the corrodor As they did so Mr Charles G Rlchle who had defended Logsdon on the charge of which he had just been as quitted came up to them What the trouble now It only means that we want Logs don for trouble In Green county came rapt Sulllvans response erknown this wd comln1pnt in the old sODnhlner and without more ado he went quietly O back to thejail from which he thought ten minutes before that he was free at last The pathetic side of Logadons lite was revealed by the manner In which he worked and schemed while In jail to get money for the support of an In tent child he had adopted just prior to his arrest The child la a boy three years old Its father was killed In a mountain battle and Its mother died soon after While In jell Logsdon shaved his fellow prleonera at two and a half cents a shave and sold odd tobacco twists and smokers articles managing to secure from t to 2 a week which he sent to secure the childs support lIe was the banker of the prisoners In NO9 He had a small box wherein he kept the pocket money of the prisoners and guarded It against theft The bank was robbed but once while Logsdon was president and he speedily spotted the culprits and made them disgorge Despite the fact that he Is lllJterate and can barely write his name Lodgen had kept an accurate mental account of the forty or more deposits lu the bank some o1 them for eleven cents and other trivial sums After recovering the money he redeposUed It accurately e and to the satisfaction of aU the t banks patrons This is considerd unusual as prisoners who In other parts of UleJall neglect to deposit their money with the tUlnkeyaalmost Invariably have tt stolen by r fellow prisoner before they have been there twentyfour hours Logadonlett lsst Slight for Greens burg in charge of Detective Roes f IIId despite his long confinement bade Jaller Pliana and turnkeys goodbye with tears In his eyesConder Journal w Get atree sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at aU druggists drug store They are easier to lake and more pleasant In effect than pills Then their use Is not followed by constipation as Is often the case with pills r size 25C per box m SAFE BLOWN Wendesday Morning About t Oclock at I C Depot And Ruled of Its Contents Masked robbers held up depoWednesday took what money he bad and what was In the cash drawer and then blew the safe open and rifled It of i contents Agent Sloan says the will approximate 12500 A lew minutes before the robbery some one knockedon the ticket window and the operator thinking It was soun one from uptown desiring to send a telegram Invited them to come around to the private door leading In to the office They did so and walk ed Into the office masked and with pistols presented Mr Proctor thought they were town boys under taking to playa joke ou him They advanced upon him and when close enough he said I know you fellows reached out his hand tore the mask from one of their laces when he discovered his mistake He was sclz ed by the throat and told another move of that kind would be his last They then bound his hands marched him to a box car and fastened him within one of the robbers remaining on guard and threatening him with lnatant death It he made any outcry While this was going on outside the other two robbers there were three of them were attending strictly to beer ness inside A hole was drilled In the safe a charge of giant powder putjIn end touched off tearing the door entirely off and hurling it across the room AU this work took but a few minutes and when completed the robbers precipitately fled Mr Proc tor then gave the alarm and Wallace Kelley hearing his cries came out jWASpeared as If the earth had swallowed them upt1rowlnrquite a young man and he is notI anxious at aU to hIVe It reported w John L Mltctell John L Mitchell is Use man of the hoar He HI successfully conducted natttpslmof Dearly i5oooo poort ednera against the aggregabd of the trusts and the bllllotIAlres HeIhas never wavered and has never viated from hia leapthoeat loyalty to the cause of the miners One word from John Mitchell was suffi cleat to prevent the sympatheticc strike of the sort mat whichJJ would have deprived the Pennsylva mid strikers at once of public agmpa thy and of means of sustaining thea straggle He meld have stood before the President of the Coal Trust Com penis and boasted of his power he maid have retorted with herding words of Indignation when they tried to nag him Into angry passion by cruel slanders upon himself and his rganization but not for all Instant ttorretHe did reply to the slandereof the Trust bullies who talked like town toughs and behaved like ucla and his reply wu a calm dignified denial of their charges and s challenge to them to prove their assertions Her oflerel to resign It they would prove their charges and the battles steak away He could declare his Indlvtd ual power to end the strike upon thet acceptance of the proposal for arbitration that he has offered for months past but he Is modest and he delete to the regularly constituted authorities of the labor organlzitlon lie assumes no authority but what Is riven him he hu no Intetercat but to serve the ISotoo misers who trust him lmplldtp He hoe won the fight and he has made organized labor a greater power In the United States them It ever was before In the worlds history In the future the Commercial hopes that John Mitchell may give the gov- erumeat of the Ualted States the help of his wonderful Intellect add superb judgment f6 fixing the relations of capital and labor upon sound and equitable basis The business Inter oats of the United States meld better rust In Mr Mitchells honesty and judgment thanJn the overbearing In- soletlet and greed of those trust wag hates who have ingloriously tailed In their avowed effort to truth argan- izedlabor la this country And U Congress will act jbe would advise and as he has demanded the corpora tlon that have menaced the peopf- e1nefert walk of Ute will be made Htvant rather than mastefa of the public that creates them and bYI whose power they existLouisville Commercial rrA Word to Travolors The excitement Incident to travel- Ing and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Par sale by nil druggists m i WORST COAL WRECK IN YEARS Eleven Big Barges of Fuel Sunk Near Catletts burgtRivers Channel Is Blocke d And May Not De f8Cleared Catlettsburg my Oct I8The worst coal wreck ever seen on this part of the Ohio river took place Just before daylight this morning at Twelvepole dyke two miles above this city The towboat Gleaner was the flag ship of the great fleet now southward bound closely followed by the Fred Wilson with twentytwo barges In some way the Wilson missed the channel a little and the front barges struck the submerged dyke In the confusion that followed eleven ot the twenty two barges were sunk about eight of them being directly In the channel and the other three just be low the dyke The other eleven barges floated down by this city but were finally picked up by the Fred Wilson whose crew worked like Trojans to save the remainder of the fleetThe steamer Joseph Walton in command of Capt James Woodward was just behind the Fred Wilson and sent word out here to Cape Kilker of the local wharf to notify the towboats following to double up past the 4 wreck Word was also sent at once to Uuntlngton and all passing boats are being notifiedsThe remaIning seventeen boats of the big coal fleet have not yet suc seeded In getting by the wreck Capt Saiterof the Passenger steamer Grey hound fast arrived says the channel completely blocked and that It Is the worst mat wreck ever seen on part of the Ohio fully 15oooo bushels of mat being plied up In mid In The remainder of the fleet will do wen If they work by the wreck today as only Ii few barges can be taken by at a time Some large pthisdared by nightfall The Ohio Is IoS feet and was ris lit 830 a m A Typical South African Storo O R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a typical South Africa at which an be purchased anything from the needle to au anchor ti This store Is situated In a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station about twenty five miles from the neatest town Mrs Larson says I am favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles to meat ot whom I have supplied Cham berlalns remedies AU testify to their value Ins household where a doctors advice Is almost out of thee qucsUon Within one mile of my sixtyOfno less than fourteen have absolutely cured by Chamber Cough Remedy This must surely be a record For sate by all dragglete m Deed Issued by PatrIck Henry A parchment deed Issued by Pat Henry as Governor of the Corn monweaHh of Virginia ufi pars ago Is a highly prized relic owned byH- C Smith of this city Smith bought old deed for a song from John a grandson ofJohn Conway o whom It was originally issued In onsideration of a Treasury warrant It conveyed tom acres In North Central Kentucky before that State was admitted to statehood Shortly after receiving the deed John Conway VAS captured by the Indians according to Smlthi story and carried away to s Northern State and held captive for twentyfour years When he returned to Kentucky he found most of the 1000 acres In pocseasioa of others though he managed to secure another deed for several hundred acres a part of which Is held by his decendaots Lexington Democrats RomodySavod yearldberlalns Cough Remedy says AM Hoppe Rio Creek Via ne was so choked up with croup that he could not speak I gone It to hIm freely anti he vomited and Ina short time Adtaggletse RBarstbaJtt Ilad You Hats AJtus 8a bt rorFarm For Sale A good farm of sixty five acres six north of Hartford part hill and bottom new house and barn plenty of wetter and good orchard Cell on or address this paper or Jom c T LowePalo be entire treatment of Ramona Liver Pills arid Tonic Pellets for con stlpaton caste but z5 centsmedl- clue for a month pleasant to take sail thorough In action Ask your dealer for Ramons m KILLED IN A RUNAWAY Dayless County Boy Drarged Three hundred Yards by a Mule Qwensboro Oct 27David Dixon aged fifteen was killed In a runawa near Falcon yesterday evening Th boy had had been plowing for wheat and when he quit work mounted mule and started home The mule ran and threw him the boyo lee t becoming fastened In a chain Por three hundred yards the lads head wad dashed against the ground stones and stumps and when the an lust stooped at a watering trough theGoy was dead his skull beta crushed In many places and his lac being unrecoglllZably torn Keep It in Your nome And when the bowels tall to act prop arty takes dose or LYrNs LAXAT- 1SVRt1PIt E acts gently bit effectually 011 the kidneys liver and bowels wilt keel- your system to good workIng order an make your complexion clear For sale byJ ThosAllen RoslneKy CENTRAL GROVEIOn the morning of October S theI angel of death entered our commons ty and claimed the spirit of Mr B M Faught He was a christian manC having professed hope In Christ acv eral years ago apt at the time of his iGrover the funeral services were conducted by Rev G H Lawrence October g after which his body was laid to rest to await the resurrection He leaves wile nine children and a large dr de of friends to mourn his deathaMiss Effie Tanner who has been ill of fever Is con 1valescenrrr L P Loney Owensboro visited J relatives In the community lent weekEMaster Sidney Williams Hartford visited his aunt Mrs Bette Jgleheart lest week Mr and Mrs D M Park visited Hartford recently the guests of tJMreon Master Leon near CentertownIspent Saturday night a n Rowe Mr Joe Park and wife of Grayson county are visiting the family of Mr ix Park e Stricken With Paralysis Hendersou Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralsls and completely lost the or one arm and side After being treated by an I eminent physician for quite awhile EChamberlaInusing two bottles of It he Ia most en the rely curedGeo R McDonald Men Dogan county W Vs Several otter very remarkable cures of par Ual have been effected 01thewidely known however as a cure for Dot IJPor YERKES l Coming To Aid Republicans In Campaign Also Will Receive Some Needed Patchinge Washington Oct I8In response to the urgent appeals ofthe managers of the Republican campaign lu Kentucky Revenue Commissioner Yerkes has consented to make a number of speeches In the State within the next two weeks It was pointed out t Mr Yerkes by his friends that tb hlato ea let should he remaIn here lit Wash Initon during the progress of th campaign Mr Mr Yerkes has not yet fully decided where he wilt make his speecher but the NInth and Third pardwill speak at Loutala and Greenup while In the Third district nowllog Green will be selected among other prints Mr Yerkes wilt also speak Newport advocating the election of the Republican Court of Appeals candidate Any druggist who looks more to the health and welfare of his friends andcustomc than to the Increase of is prescription trade wilt remm Ramous Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for attacks of constipation and biliousness They are tar better than strong drugs end much cheaper than rescription bills G C McClure GallopKyTonic Pellets have proved to be the most jopular and satisfactory medicIne we ever handled A trial dyeriodtyH Wfillame m I r- OASTOXl4aBesrstEnthe Kind You Hen Mrs Boat Sgutvo rGC kl i- of s It SELECT- sMr Pat Daugherty of Butler coun was In town today Mr J N Keowm of this place was Butler county on special business Mr Merltt AusUn of Beaver Dam was In tows this week of Btherybody invited Nasalrtes CATARRH teehonldCream Dalm de- esootbamdheaL tAfi dLned membrane lteareauunhanddrlraawq qalckl CreamBalm Ia placed 11110 thnOltrlllIPrlldtM the membrane and Ia IDd a care toUow It ta not drjbgdoe prodocesoceta2 Large SIze GO cett It DnIi or b mall I Trill Slza 10 WItt hI mall ELY DROTIlERS re Warren Street Nw York MAGISTRATES MEETI The Fiscal Court Has an Impot rant October Sitting The Ohio County Fiscal COUlt was In session here last week end bolded the usual small allowances made the appropriations and ordersA- PPROPRIATIONS Dr J H Hanlson allowed 3tifor attending D L Hazellp Dr J W Taylor allowed 224 farlt tending Briggs Burgess end Racdel Gllatrep Miss Lola Walker allowed 7S8q- o for making in case of GooI Iscrlptln ase of Rethel Duke J Iemerchandise furnished prisoners i u county fall Hartford Herald allowed 96 ro ft public printingsC J Rhcads allowed 4151 lor a merchandise furnished almshouse Ic J H Williams allowed 2J55 f Iram merchandise and paint furnished countyIIIB W Rldl allowed b50 for cnttlng ditch dong public highway J T Walace allowed 542 30 for keeping almshouse SAme allowed 21 95 for buUdlng 87 ponds offence on county farm Esquire Geo W Martin allowed 6000 Pe r diem as Road and Bridge Commissioner UFqulre T A Evans allowed 50 per diem as RrQ1 and Bridge Corn missioner M S Ragland allowed 29775 lees as faTJailer C P Keown allowed 297 s8Slter toEsqdiem as Road and Bridge Commie loner EsqD J Wilcox allowed 2o per diem as RoIIII and Bridge Commisi- mmer ORDERS Ordered that the county build fOlr tit iron bridges as follows A wladuct Pond Run bridge across creek at foot to Williams hill on Hartford atilt ant Dam toad a bridge on Hart er add Whiteavllle road nearNeW Panther ekChurch dad a brWgeou diRalphsOntered that a committee be ap YlcterOrdered that a committee be appointed to repaIr the manly jail i alMrOla and Maggie ofPordnllle stl where the guests of their sent Mrs James Gentry Sunday ran Mr and Mrs Ellaa Walker came For BENEVOLENT dSSOCLlTION6 u AllI I an IJf nNI4etIl Va lHa AII or Chicago olthrValkrelnYeceai letter writes the followings frroJ9 Cottage Grove Avenue I f very satisfactory rOo uits from the use ot Penmain Cia of wornout system and a brokeadorvn- onstitution I have often advised Itand glad to speak ot the well dceerl ed gtveadCATHERINE TOFT Lottera of gratitude trom TarlOl1lwtl- tutlons of the country to the manntao- tarora of Iornna Indicate ttj6lilghip haTterMrs Clara Makomer housekeeper tor- thoFlorence Crtttendon Anchorge lIla followingletterIIPerunllis the best tonic lhaw ever i Icnown fOlgencltl1 debllllJ sure cum j torllverrnmpfalataadaeavearallfap IIdustclln case oldyapepais i6avi Impluthe sex sad Save found 8molrtrtafla i- ctoryMrs CllltII Makeleer book written by Dr IIkrtmaa OB the different phases of catarrh and thou ueamumtr also IIeallh and Dcantyitrrfttsn tIpeolallT for nomad any address by The Ptl111U Medicine OollHBbuI Ohio over Sunday to be the guelltaof their daughter Mrs Cr B B Feltz for Hvenl weekS Littte MraEtt Grant eve ryetdcltyplibldfever YraSP Taylbr who was called tke bedside cif der mother Yta Payne j tetntmed ttllrefhtttll6 dtI3Nv Dam Monday aieIIIdrug store aad get a free sample Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two dosed will mate 1 wen They also care biliousness headache and constipation I Lyons Laxative Syrup obsoletelyharmlaskidneys liver and bowels cures con lick headache- clears r the complexion and nisku the blood pare An Ideal remedy for ckUdo all well as adults sale by J rhos Allen Rosineiy A BigDay attheFairGrounds Saturday Nov11902 U Trotting Races and Deer ChaseTrotting Races begin at 10 oclock a m First Trot two best ir three milo heats premium 1000- ll Ohio county horses that have never trotted for money may enter Entrance freevSecond Trot Two best in three mile heats premium 1000 All Ohio countyhorsos may enter Entrance fee 100 DEER CHASE a At f o clock the people of Ohio county will havo a chance toseo the last Doer Chase that will per haps over be seen in Ohio county All Ohio county dogs may enter Premium 500 Entrance fee for each dog 50 cents Admission dults25 cents hildren Under Ten SFree- A R L PARIS WILLIS HEFLIN Ja THOMAS Prop U i- rr uh Ivy t III 4v c TrNtr 1 Hartford Republican Ieened by the UrUord 1obllhingCompany- Isroaroaarxo JOHN JlESRY TltOfteEdito- razsr5zorrsa or Cu=orlancO the rough nlvrMMI FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 of ItMrrr of AdvertralsRT- ranelent adrrrtlementa 400 pr Inch lIt Inrtloll roc per loch each addltlonallnrtlon Special ratH on yearly tontract Local notlms 100 prline grit Inoertlon taper ofline each addltlonal Insertion Cards of thanks t olatloal and obituaries 10 centu B line Cash In adra- ncRepublican Ticket Foe Appellate ndge2nd DIrlelI- UOUE l1 LoD OUFFY- Orblorgantowo t ly Any00CEr1ESTBFor We are autborined to announce W roWEN of Darleess county as a eandtdate lorCtrcult Judge In the Sixth Jndlelal Dlltrlttnblect to the action of the Denocratloparty tQ JUDGE Settle signed the petition calling pn Goebl l to contest Taylors election AN exchange refers to Spain es a slecping nation Perhaps it is but Schley and Downy certainly made nolee enough to disturb its rest ALFRED AUSTIN Englands Poet Laureate has written a poem entia tIed Good Night This is very en couraging if ho is only in earnest PRESIDENT Roosevelts amicable settlement of the great 1intbracite coal strike settles any doubt that might have exsted about hiB reelection The good times 011902 when a fat hog brought e50 xtll lung be remembered Meade Connty Meseenger And still neighbor you are goingI to vote for a change Let us advise you not to do it WE understand Mr Thomas Pettit of Owensboro is going to make some speeches in Ohio county Mr1Jt tits politics is like certain market quotations subject to change and we do not knowwhich party he is going to speak for JnI YOUNGER of the notorious James gang who servedseventeen years in the Minnessota penitentiary for the famous Northfield raid drew an overdraft on time a few days ago and went up to make a final account on eternitY1I register Younger was paroled only a few months ago andc suicided because he could not legally marry the woman he loved WE publish elsewhcre in this issue resolutions adopted by the recent Teachers Institute which among other things asks thu Ohio Fiscal Court to allow the County Superin tendent a salary of a 81000 a yearI Considering the qualifications and the work required this demand is entirely reasonable and should command the attention of the court A TEXAS court made a record for expediting justice a few days ago that will not be soon excelled A negro rapist was brought into court a jury impanelled a plea of guilty entered on the record a sentence of death impostd and the execution ex ecuted all within less than an hour But then there was a mob of a thous and men standing about the court house demanding a speedy trial A Democratic State Board of Election Commissioners and the Supreme Court of the State said the republican caudidates for State offices were elected an inflamed partisan legislature made up chiefly of insignificant individuals said the Democratic candidates were elected If the former were right Judge Pratt is holding an office to which be was legally elected and the Democratic State officials are usurpers If the latter were right the reverent is true Does not this state ment argue itself TIlE frequency with which rapists meet death at the hands of mobs measures the price mankind puts up on womans virtue The murderer is allowed the tedious delays of the courts and too often to escape the penalty of his crime but the brute who assaults a woman needs to pre pare for the impatient wrath o men Even the libertine unless he be wholly abandoned reverences wo mans virtue and will stain his hands with the villians blood who dares to violate it Knowing the price that men put upon womans virtue It is difficult to understand how any of them could cut such a priceless pearl to the winds TIlE great Pennsylvania anthracite coal strike was ended at 1135 a m Tuesday The miners and operators agreed to submit their differences to an arbitration commiS ion to be ap pointed 6y President Roosevelt Never before in the history of the country has a question of such magnl tulle been left to the adjustment of a President and President Roosevelt should regard this a greater honor than his elevation to the Presidency The appointment by the President of Brigadier General of the army and a Bishop of the Catholic church on the arbitration committee Vill rT W tIOiplre the miners and the country with a confidence in ao amicailld- justment of the questions at issue that a will put the matter at rcstAll hon to President Roosevelt the great In guardian of the rights of the rich and poor No true Kentuckian recalls witi pleasure the dark days Jf the winter 1899 and 1900 at Frankfort We love peace and should be glad to let those scenes he forgotten but theJ cannot be while the cold still corps Governor Taylors wife sleeps fn a strange cemetery denied the poorc privilege of being brought home at tendon by her husband and children and being buried besiede her babes that sleep quiet and still happill unconscious of mothers death and lathers mIsfortune in tho old lami graveyard at Morgantown No sane Kentuckian believes that Gov ernor Taylor had any part in Senator Goebels assassination and every Kentuckian who loves justice and right should think solemnly of thisf sad scene election mornIng and vote right this wrong This poor wo man who was driven to her death by vicious partisan hatred could never know how her good name ane bat of her family had been redeemed but Kentuckys honor would be reclaimed Pat case of Caleb Powers rightfully Secretary of State of Kentucky wrongfully a prisoner in the Georgetown jail has but few parallel in civilized historythe most notedI one was perhaps the Dreyfus case which won for France the contempt ofmankind Mr Powers has now been in jail for three years upon a charge of conspiracy to murder Senator Goebel not only charged butI adjudged guilty in a partisan court and given a life sentence in the pen Itentiaryand notwithstanding nil of this the best lawyers in the State art volunteering his defense withou money and without price the bestI women in the State are going here and there soliciting contributions for the prosecution of his appeal and the best men in Kentucky men who are loyal to the country and its laws l lien who would sacrifice their livee for the peace and order of the Gem monwealth men whom no mar worthy the name of man would accuse of condoning crime are giving their hard earned money for his defense Will the prosecutors of Caleb Powers cite a case in any civilizes country where a guilty prisoner received general and generous contributions frum the respectable elements of society for his defense The elec Lion of a Rcpublicrn Court of Appeals is necessary to the meeting out ofjustice to this outraged man Pratts Speech Seldom have the people of Ohio county had an opportunity of listen log to such a clear logical and scholarly presentation of facts as that to which they were treated here Monday Although AttorneyGeneral Pratt was delayed end did not reach Hartlord until 3zo p m the greater part of the people waited patiently until he came The Morgantown Brass Band arrived in town early in the day and furnished excellent music for the oc caslonGen Pratt was lIstened to with the most profound and rapt attention throughout his entire speech Never once did he descend to the vulgar level of the demagogue Throughout- his speech was remarkable for its clear logic and polished oratory He said that a sober secondthought always followed an outburst of passion that a new day was dawning for the Republicans of Kentucky and tbe rainbow of promise was already In the sky His speech was remarkably free from vituperation and abuse Isis audience was made up of representative voters from all over the county and they testified their high appreciation in the most liberal ap plause He made Ii strong appeal to the voters to reelect Gully Gen Pratt is a man of the finest personality possessing in a rare de gree the elegant manners eta gentle man and the splendid intellect of a finished scholar He made many friends here and gave new life to the appellate race Mapy Populist and Independent voters were in his audience and showed by their approval of his speech that the Independent vote here is a unit for Gully- ROCKPORT MtsR ral Wedding returned last Satnrday from an extended visit In Hartford with relatives Miss Maggie Bennett of Wysox returned last Saturday after a two weeks visit here with relatives Miss Maud Welburn returned last Saturdayto Auburn Mr Charles Ash y and Prof Ernest Maddox of West Provldencewere In town last Saturday Mr Willie Chrlsenhall of McHen ry was in town last Saturday Mr R B Wedding of Hartford was In town last week for the purposed prganizing a Young Mens Chis Ian Association Mr Frank Rowe of Render visited here last Saturday Mr Alfred Clark of Owensboro was here Monday on business Miss Cora Retd has returned from iaitford Dr A D Parks and Mr Geo M Maddox and son Walter and tllr D F Gibbs went to HutlordMonday w Mr Keller URyne left Sunday for Princeton Ky where he will accept position with the O V R R Co Mr Leonard Baker of Ceralvot was town Monday on business Mr MP Maddox of Smallhous was here Monday on business kessca T R Darnard and Sam Morton of Ceralvo were here Monday on business Mr T W Englar was in McHenry last Sunday Dr A D Park was elected to represent Rockport Sunday School at the Y M C A at Hartford which Friday Mr M D Watson was iu Central City lat Sunday Mr Estel Graves and sister Lizzle went to Hartford last Sunday Mr W A Pearce St Louts was It here Monday Miss Lula Youts of Nelson was In town Monday Election Officers The folowlng named gentlemen have been appointed election officers the election November 4 rgoz East HartfordLtelle Combs Will- Iam Brown Judges G B Williams Clerk and L F Bennett Sheriff West HartfordS T Stevens J E Bean Judges W G lIarwlck Clerk and John G Keown Sheriff BedeS E Bennttt Walter Allen Judges Ben Chamberlin Clerk and J to N Hudson Sheriff Sulphur SprlngsJ B Wallace Albert Cox Judges S J Weller Clerk and Mark Renlrow Sheriff Megan John Storms G A Wel Judges J C Hob elmer Clerk and John Muffett Sheriff- CromwellHenry Leach j B Schults Judges T C Pirtle Clerk and S L Stevens Sheriff Cool SpringsA B Stanley Herrel Judges John C Jones Clerk and Fax Brown Sheriff North RockportJ E Maddox John T Carter Judges L G Hay den Clerk and Dan F Gibbs Sheriff South RockportE R Williams- J H Hnnley Judges John A Miles Clerk and J E Wilson Sheriff SelectC J Wallace S M James Judges Birch Shields Clerk and Luther Rogers Sheriff Horse BranchM B Crowder V A Stewart Judges W P Miller Clerk and James W Arnold Sheriff a RoslneJ H Monroe T L San defur Judges R E Childs Clerk and C F Wallace Sheriff East Beaver DamD D Reed P E Hooker Judges Richard Taylor Clerk and Elvis Smith Sheriff West Beaver DamS P Tayor E G Barraas Judges Joe Poster Clerk and D J Coleman Sheriff McHenryW H Stanley D N Patterson Judges S B Bishop Clerk an1 R E Chapman Sheriff entertownT M Iler W IttheRowe Judges D L Miller and J M Bishop Sherif- fSmalthousSeth T Hunter Reid Judges Frank Downs and Clint Igleheart Sheriff East FordsvllleE W Truman A Heuderson Judges C E Ford Clerk and J W Hale Sheriff West FordsvllleThos Keown J P Stevens Judges Joe Eskridge Clerk and Jeff BaJnett Sheriff tnavllleGeo Milligan Jake Newton Judges C W Phillips Clerk and O T Burdett Sheriff ShreveLate DeWeese J P Hart Judges Grant Pollard Clerk and Tay for Murphy Sheriff OlatonC D Felix Joseph Mitch ell Judges Dr C W Felix Clerk and N B White Sheriff BulordJ T Morgan Jeff Judges It C Baird Clerk and J Holbrok Sheriff BartlettAlonzo HIcks G B Smith Judges G W Taylor Clerk and Dezler Bartlett Sheriff HeflinT D Owen Lee Williams Judges Ed Stewalt Clerk and Roy Cox Sheriff CeralvoMllton Kimbley E W Smith Judges W E Motton and Lucien Kimmel Sheriff Point PleasartW F Condit o C Bennett Judge Nat Clerk and Byron Patterson Sheriff NarrowsC P Boswell Fitzhugh- Renlrow Judges it P Moore Clerk and John M Graham Sheriff Ralph It H lurgnnJ L Patton Judges Wlllhnl Haughn Clerk henry Ra ph Sheriff Resolutions Jr the teachers ot Ohio county In body assembled feeling that an ex- presslon from us would interest all who have the cause of education at heart do hereby adopt the following resolutionsResolved I That the moral standing of the teacher should be above reproach That every true teacher should disparage the use of profane language social drinks or any of the habits which tend to lead the young from the paths of rectitude both by precept and example Resolved z That the teaching profession should discountenance any teacher who would attempt to secure a zchool through bribery of trustees by buying fuel etc or by proposing- to teach a longer term than by law or bribery of any kind Resolved 3 That In cunsidera Lion of the fact that the 129 schools of Ohio county require the constant and careful attention of the Superintendent and his compensation is less in proportion to his responsibilities than any other county official we urge the Fiscal Court to allow him rcoo compensation per year for his services so as to enable him to vote his entire time to the and welfare of the public schools of SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There arc many Shylocks now the con vales cent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion IScotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone and muscle feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been theI great giver of human flesh We will send you 1 couple of ounces free SCOTT I BOWNE Chemlte 409415 Pearl Street New York sac andsao all druggita the county and that we favor the ex tension of the school term from five eight months- Whereas We the teachers of OhIo county believing that the future welfare of our country depends upon the children of the public schools end that a public school education will aId In carrying our Government on ward and upward be it Resolved That we earnestly strive to Interest both pupils and patrons in graduationswe com mend the excellent and sincere work of Prof Burke our worthy Instructor We have derived a Ipsting benefit from his Robt Burns lecture Dud his excellent talks on reading Resolved That we extend a vote of thanks to our worthy Superin tendent for the excellent manner In which he has conducted our Institute and hIs faithful services in behalf of I the schools of the county Resolved That we extend to the citizens of the good town of Hartford vote of thanks for their courtesies shown us the past week T J MORTON J MORTON IVan C HOLBROOKt Corn Mown E TUNSTALL J White There Is Life There Is Hopei I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little Elys Bream Balm curedI ItMarcus G Shautz Rahway N J Cream Balm reached me safely and effects Is surprising My son says the first application gave decided relief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Hkirritlte or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at Sc- Sts or mailed by Ely Brothers sF Warren St New York JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasm- sPhysicians Could Not Prevent Fits IDr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine bas been succeuluUy tried In thousands of cues of nervous dersbut neyerhasltmade beuerrecord than when used In the treatment of fits or spurns Thousands of testimonials prove this and In nearly every instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedInSeven years alto my wife commenced mTrklytcd lie rubbed her with salt water and gave her calomel and she eventually got- some better but In a short time she lad herynot help her She had fits frequently sometimes severe list hands cramp so we could not them and she finally got so her Jaws would become Finally I saw the doctor was dolor her no good and ordered a bottle of Dr Re stotulive Nervlne She received so much benefit from the lint bottle that Icot some ndmore She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit since taking the fiat dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver and Is never without them If there Is any way of tusk Inl this testlmonlat do so because of the good the Dr Mlles RestoratlvoNerf- Ine did wlfeWw Y ALLEN P M ElkylllelIf1ss All sell and guaranlee lint hot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad DRINK OLD JOE t l The Best Whisky on Earth For salo by Honry Nail Hart ford Leo Chinn Hartford JA Bradloy Rockport JasEspoy- Rondor R W Ragland Hors Branch PERKINS k MANNING CO DISTILLERS edOtnnboro try ROBYHOTELIT Best 100 Hotel in the City letour atrollugo Solicited 117 treIrlcn lit Ownioro Ks U E P BARNES tBROa The Largest Distributors of General Merchan dise in Ohio County r It is time to loosen your pursestrings and get ready for fall buying This store has not arrived at its present stage of usefulness by chance There is no luck or speculation about this business It isnt the result of fortunate circumstances but down j right honest hard I work Work wherein your interests as customers have been carefully studied at every corner and turn It is our highest ambition to serve the people wellto satisfy them in every respect EvesY one of our departments is tome I I fete in every detail Large stocks plenty of room polite salespeople and a determination on all sides to make buying mutually advantageous Dress Goods and Silks All tho now weaves in dress and waist stuffs from the cheapest to a very fine grade We are showing waist goods from lOcts per yard to 125 per yard skirt and suit goods from lOc per yard to 200 per yardin black and colors See our lino of readymade Skirts 2 to 7 each Also our stock of Petticoats 50e to3 enchnnd dress trimmings in end less variety Remember the plnco islt I1iRNESMilicry and Shoes A glance at our Shoo Depart ment win convince you that wo have without doubt the largest and most line of Shoes lien Women and Chilrn tuts part of Made right Look right Prices right Dig have been coming in all along and we cnn give you most you want Wo handle no shoddy stun liens Good Honest Shoes work 125 to 300 Wo woro never better prepared to mot the demands of dressers than this season Our opening busi neSS hiss been so encouraging that we know that woare showing n lino of Ladies Childrens Hats and Cups from which any la dy can ho pleased inn both style and Barnes Millinery Department see for oursclfI complete for Kentucky shipments anything for litn r s solid Shoes for tress wear 150 to 2 Buolls cole bntted line 250 to Buells Bootee the only perfect Bootee ill the market 100 and 150 Ladies Misses and Childrons Everyday Shoes 75c 1 125 150 and 175 Misses and Childrens Kid Shoes 50c GOc 75c 1 150 175 2 225 250 3 You can save money by buying your Shoes front Barnes ladies Wraps and Furs Bought direct from ono of the largest man ufacturers in the United States Made up in the most popular stylish shapes at the following range of prices Jackets 1 3 f 5 650 750 8 850 10 12 15 and Childrens 1 to 5 Furs 1 to 500 Stoves It is the proper season of the year to fit yourself up in 8 now foal Cook Stove turd the best stove to buy is an0 K Jewel Satisfaction guaranteed in price and service New Comm rcal Hotel9 Hartford KerrtuclcyEverything now throughout fable tho best Sorvic excellent Como and see us ISAAC FOSTER Proprietor CASTORIAFor Infante and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears thoASignaturo of 1 highclass Misses and price Visit 150 Ladies and Misses For Sale A Scholarship in the Bryant do Strat- ton Business College Louisville We can save you money Call on or address TRn REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky For ouMllpnUon Take Lyons LasalboRrrull an Ideal remedy lor pertee ladies and Gonts- Furnishings Neckwear in endless variety All tho now shapes Bows 5c to 50c Scarfs 25c to 50c Four inhnmls 25c to 50c UNmmnAIt liens Shirts and D111wers at 25e SOc 75c 1 150 cachoBois Shirts and Drawers 25e to Soc Ladics ond Childrens Union Suits 25c 50c 75c 1 Ladies Vests and Pants 20c to 100 BARNES has the stuff that will dress you up ns- wuUns keep you warm i Heavy Dry Goods luble Linens 25c to 1 per yard Canton Flannels 5e Se 10c 12e and ide per yard Jeans in din ront colors iSo 20e 25c 35c per yard Shirtings 5c 7c Sc lOc per yard Bleached and Brown Cottons 5e 8c and lOc per yard Ion Quarter SheotingsIGic 22c 25cpor yard Comforts Blankets Ct11icoes and Ginlihams hey are nIl hero Como and supply your needs Furniture Our Furniture rooms are crowded with now good things for tho seasonSuits Beds Dressers Wardrobes ol Beds Mattresses Springs Iron Beds Chairs Rockers SafusIfables nt rockbottom prices Dont forgot that Barnes nt Beaver Dam is the place to buy Furnituro y dClothingWo are certainly very bnteful for the liberal patronage you IIIe givon us in this department Everybody kyiows we show the best nnd most varied line of glens Boys fuel Childrens Suits Overcoats mid odd Pants in the county It has no superior in stylus in finishin price glens SuitsJOO to 2000 Mens Overcoats250 to 1000 Boys Overcoats200to 1000 Childrens Suits 75o to 500 Childrens Overcoats 1oo to 500 Buy Horse Shoo brand of Fertilizer for your wheat amI gross Old Hickory and rlenncsseo Wngons to do your haulingon- al1 a Crown Sowing Mnchine to do your sowing on nndIbring your produco to Ililrnosll horo you can got curthing j you noedtoMens Hats lho Gunous Liberty bnuid in soft IUHl still Flats in nIl the now shapes old colors at 200 and 300 each Buy a Hat of this brand nnd satisfaction is guaranteed Wo are showing the greatest vnluo you over saw at 50e 75e 100 150 in liens Boys and Childrens Hats See our lino of heavy and lightweights Ca1s of quito n lice variety of all LIBERTY BRAND styles 25e to 50e each You cant HATmake n mistake if you rilep in nt Barnes to supply Your wants GUNS GUNSWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And repeetfoly sib yon to tall and see the largeet sad beet line otabot nuns aver to tractor PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymop Hartford lQ t t i o OAl6nsboro Ky 3l- lnintreet between Triplet and Bollver nt attention glroa to stock leadla rtelorIOhio conn JAMES REYNOLDT peopleitI jttd rL l R 1 7iir l St1 H n H ILl4I f We Make the Offers You do the Choosing IThisweek we are offering you a choice lino of La Misses Jackets tho very latest styles afford 4 ing prices and qualities that make choosing easy LADIES JACKETS I FOR btTAcJA heavy wool cloth combination storm or turndown deep star shaped square front with six fancy buttons half tight fitting slashed bottom box back newest sleeves flap pockets top of col lar sleeves and C capo trimmed with several rows black silk lustre braid to FOR INSTANQE Wo of S fer you a heavy English f wool soft finishcheviot about 27 inches long silk velvet collar tailormade reverses Ihrco fourths tight fitting double breasted front tripplo stitched inverted plait bottom coat back newest turnback cuff sleeves I flap pocketslincd throout with mercerized nearsilk I doublestitched all round colors castor or navy blue I a regular Eightrdollar Jacket I For500-r I I MISSES JACKETS co- llarconnectingwilh I harmonize colors blue and cardinal a regular beauty our low price is300Ou-rstock of Jackets Furs Etc aro tho lat est lowest Priccst alwaysitho jl Y i The Place 151 tftttutaut to l IThe4Q Right I bite I i Clothes Place b IQ b fQ bt Jj This store is the right clothes place You can j rend that to mean either waythe right closo bs place or tho best and most economical place to buy 4 good Clothing We mean it both ways and wovo bit got the goods to prove it both ways Wo buy closo = inull sell closq always looking to tho best interest of b1 4 our customers and reserving only a reasonable mar tf gin for a small profit These goods aro tho Porfecbats tion of handtailored readytowear Clothes guaran J I teed to fit tho same as if made toorder and are fully fifty per cont cheaper than tho madotohand kind M It 4i We Quote You E I i Mens Heavy Underwear Suit 50o Bettor grade b- ytt bl 75c Best grade 90c Ladies Heavy Underwear tt J Suit 50c best you over saw for tho money Ladies J4 and Childrens Union Suits 25c Best Factory Cotton btat Jj 41c Heavy 104 Sheeting 18c Bed Ticking X 41 guaranteed to hold feathers 14c Best Calico 41c r 4 Allwool Jeans 20c Heavy yarn Socks 20c Cloth i 4 ing to suit everybody Prices ranging in mens 4 sizes from 250 Youths sizes 14 to 19 years from = 225 Childrens sizes 5 to 14 years G5c Over coatbig lino at all prices Capes and Jackets at by all prices Ladies readymade top Skirts Big lino of- Shoesthe= HnmjItonBrowncvelr pair guaranteed I j Price from up to lino Hats at all prices Big lino Trunks and Telescopes Blankets t and everything usually kept in in a firstclass upto J date store N J t4 All I ask of tho public is to come and examine m 4 stock and get my prices and take tho goods bornee rVHhyour bit SV f 9iiiKvel b- Wlion Vv SVatte it oft Como to Hartford and ho sure to comp 4 j around and lay in your fall wearIb1 Yours for Trade JSAM BACH L4IIFD b 1- rwcr a Alr rS r ers cw Y- i rMiYYy1 1Yr I Hartford Republican o FRIDAYOCTODER24 Come to hear Yerkea Wednesday DIg line of Trunks at Sam Bachs See Carson Bros for molasses kegs For a nice hot lunch call on Clev e I Her Tweddell makes good meal Try him tf Fruits of all kinds at City Restaurant See Carson Co for Carpets and- I Rugs Schroders Floating Studio is a I Hartford City Restaurant for everything I good to eat Cleve Iler delivers Groceries any where In town- Remember Yerkes speaks here next I Wednesday Celebrated Arizona Stoves for sale byW S Tinsley For best Groceries At lowest prices call on Cleve Her Nicest Cakes and Crackers In town at City Restaurant For an uptodate meal or lunch go to City Restaurant lion John W Yerkes will speak at Hartford next Wednesday Nicest Fruits Nuts and Candles in Hartford at City Restaurant Esquire C L Woodward ol Cen tertown hag moved to Benver Dam Do you want an uptodate Suit or Overcoat See Columbia Tailoring Co Call on W S Tinsley for fresh family Groceries Hardware and Roof Ing Big line of Clothingthe latest and moat serviceable styles at Sam Bachs Sam Bach the leading Clothier wants your trade I guarantee satin faction Fresh Oysters constantly on hand at City Restaurant and served In any styleNicest Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers in Hartford at City RestaurantWhen Hartford get your meals at City Restaurant Firstclass in every respectIThe celebrated Hearllton Brown Shoe U sold by Sam Bach Every pair guaranteed Dr D W King the Osteopath IsI at W G Hardwlck8 Call on himI for examination tf A great line ofFrnttsApples Peara Grapes Bananas Oranges lemons etc at Cleve Hers Fine line of Shoes at Sam Bachs Prices to suit everybody Remember every pair gnaranteedI Hon John W Yerkes Commis stoner of Internal Revenue will speak at Hartford October 29IJust received new Flannels aud Cor duroy for Waists Ask to see themI CARSON Co Dont fall to see Columbia Tailor- Ing Co while they are here Their work Is the beat Prices are the low est Its time to put away that light Underwear and Invect in a new suit at Sam Bachs Warm serviceable andI cheap The family of Mr C P Nowlin who has been sick with typhoid fever for several weeks past are all im provingMens Wool Suits only 175 at Sam Bachs sizes 35 to 42 Black Clay Worsted Suits only 3 oo sizes 35 to 42 If you have a Watch Clock orJewelry that needs repairing brin It to Mcllvalu the Jeweler Hartford HouseMr Sam A Anderson entertained Attorney General Pratt and several local Republicans at supper Monday evening We are still selling remnant calico 16 cts per pound We dont break the bolt Average weight five pounds per bolt CARSON Co R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guaranteed Mill located southend Iron bridge Hartford Ky tf- WANTEDSweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes good Green Apples Chick boens eggs Dried Beans Dried Ap plea Feathers and Butter CObWe have only got ten cases of rem nant calico on hand and If you dont youbshare as it Is going fast CARSON Co See those All Wool Boys Suits a Sam Bachs for only 140 sizes 8 to 15 years Youths black Clay Worst ed Suits only 9osizes 14 to 19 years Biggest line ot Gloves ever shown In Hartford at Sam Bachs Boys Gloves and Mens working Gloves from 250 up Gloves to suit every body and all kinds of work Mrs Achilles Webb an aged and respectable ladyof the Shinkle Cha nighbstit Mrs Webb was an excellent s tiara lady and heaven is richer by her death We bad warrants issued Wednesda for the collection of about fifty ol subscription accounts We hope these parties will not tall out with us for this action as we cannot let these accounts run on forever Pure Bone Fertilizer for sale I will give you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call and see the State Chemists test F M WSSTBRFIED Hartford Ky See the ad of Columbia Tailor Ing Co In this issue They are one of the largest tailoring companies of Chicago and they are making a special trip through the State and have- t made a stay at Hertford for a short time Dont fall to see them Mrs H J C LIndley ot Poin Pleasant died of old age Thursday of last week at the residence of her son Mr Warren Lindley Hartford and was burled In the family burying ground near Point PLeasant Friday Mrs Lindley was 78 years The Columbia Tailoring Co have countyIon you your attention it will Interest you Their office and tailoring rooms are at Hartford In the New Commercial Hotel Building The premium for best corn at the Ohio County Fair was awarded to Mr Stephen May and also to him for the best tobacco both of which were grown on farm of Messrs M S and E P Neal near Prentls this county which firm is for either rent or sale the ensuing year For terms etc call on or address E P Neal Hartford Ky John W Yerkes will speak at Hartford Wednesday October 29 at 1 oclock p m Come to hear him IMPORTANT CAPTURE Five Deputy Sheriffs Capture Lud Grant Near Trisler About i oclock Wednesday morning five deputy sheriffs surrounded a logging Camp near Trisler and cap tured Lud Grant who is charged with cutting and wounding J W Klordon at a picnic near Shreve three years agoIn a fight at the picnic referred to Grant inflicted a number of ugly knife wounds on the person ofRlor dan which came very nearly putting out the life of the latter At the next sitting of the grand jury Grant was indicted for malicious cutting and wounding but succeeded In eluding arrest until Tuesday night Shortly after nightfall Tuesday evening Deputy Sherlffs J G Keown Clarence Keown Flem Stevens J H Roberts and Marshal Sam 0 Keown Fordsvllle had a concerted meeting near Trisler aud proceeded to the home of young Grant but not finding him there the officers went to the logging camp of Louis Qrant and sur rounding the camp effected his cap ture without difficulty The officers manacled their prisoner and brought him to Hartford arriv ing here about 630 Wednesday morn ing and landed the prisoner in tall Public Speaking The following speakers will address the voters of Ohio county on Saturday November i at the places IndicatedJohn Thomas and Judge R R Wedding Balzetown i p m Sugar Grove at 730 p m Ernest Woodward Taylortown Schoolhouse at night M L Heavrln and G A Weller Ta ylor Field Schoolhouse at night Hon J S R WeddingCenter nightgand J M DeWeese Pink Hall Rchols at night Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky Oct 21 Present Judges White Burnham Hobson and ORear Order The following was entered to wit Cases requiring the considers lion of the whole coutt will not be taken up before November 6 o SELECT Mr George Arbuckle who has been to China Tex for the last six weeks has returned home Miss Sarah Martin who has been sick for some time Is Improving Mr L M James Kansas City Mo who has been visiting friends and rel atives in this vicinity has returned home 100 Reward 100 rThe readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one disease that science hast been able to cure In all its stages anti 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 Hells Catarrh Cure is taken Internallyacting directly upon the mucous surfaces oi the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as stating nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative that they offer One itpfalls to cure or menials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best PEOPLEdRev G J Bean was In Louisville Monday Mr U S Carson is visiting in Ford vllle Dr Charlie Felix Olaton was in town Tuesday Mr Mack Condor Narrows was In town Tuesday MI B P Petty Narrows was in town Monday iMr Dan Gibbs Rockport called on us Monday Mr R J Mason Buford called on ns Wednesday Mr C E Crowder Horton called on ns yesterday Mr D W Kimmel Ceralvo was In town Monday Mr Silas Stevens Cromwell was In town Monday Mr Virgil Renfrow Dundee was In town Monday Mr George Maddox Rockport was In town Monday Mr J H Roberts Fordsvllle was In town Monday Mrs R B Martin Cromwell was In town Tuesday Mr Frank Allen Centertown was in town Tuesday Esq W S Cole Horse Branch was In town Monday Mr Willis BolllngSulphur Springs was in town Tuesday Mr Thomas Sweat Morgantown was in town Monday Esq William AwtryHorse Branch was in town Monday Capt A B Stanley Cool Springs was in town Monday Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was in town yesterday- Mr Henry Wright Magan gave us a pleasant call Monday Mr B B Tinley Baizetown was among our callers Monday Mr Nicholas BarrassTaylor Mines was among our callers Monday Mr James T Morgan Maxwell was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr R B Whlttlughlll Trisler was among our callers yesterday- Mr Co K Carson Beda called to see us while In town last Saturday Messrs A C Yelser and James Sanderinr were In Owensboro Sunday Misses Laura Morton and Mattie Sanderfur went to Louisville Tuesday Miss Mary Smith Is visiting her sister Mrs S P Render in Okla homaMessrs James DeWeese and Ernest Woodward went to Louisville Wed nesdayMiss Clara Nowlin Sharon Tenn is visiting her brother Mr C P N6wlln Mr Ed Bennett Daviess county visited his uncle Mr Jo Carson TuesdayMrs P Sanderfur and Mrs VaI lerlTVelser are visiting relatives in Union county jJr and Mrs T J Smith and daughter Miss Willie were in Louis ville Monday v Mrs A D BusVIll Crowley La Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W H Grlffin Mrs E P Barbonr and daughter Miss Carolyn have returned from a visit to St Louis Sheriff Cal P Keown Is attending the State Peace Officers Convention at Bowling Green this week Mrs Dr S J Wedding and little son Walter are visiting Mrs Wed kings hunt Mrs Sarah Johnson Louisville this week Mr and Mrs R K Bean Sulphur Springs returned Monday from a vis- It to Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs Warren HInes Owensboro Mr L F Hocker and little son Master Dean and sister Miss Ella of Daviess county were the guests of the family 01 Mr Wm Ward Sunday Mr Lon Rogers former editor of this who has been visiting daystito Wednesday w Dont forget when you come to town to bring along some Chlchens Turkeys Feathers Eggs Butter Ba con Hams Lard Irish and Sweet Potatoes Dried Beans and Dried Ap plea CARSON Con Itching SkinDistress by day and night Thats the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to bo afIllct with Eczema or Salt Rheumand ou ward applications do not cure They cant source of the trouble is In the bloodmake that and this scal ing burning itching skin disease will disappearI taken wltb an Itching on mr arms which proved very disagreeable I concluded It was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hoods Sariaparllla In two days alter I began taking It I felt better and It was not long before I was cured Hare never bad any skin disease alnce Mal IDA E WABD Cove Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impurities and euro all eruptions CERALYO Mr Henry Bean and wife Hart lord visited friends here Sunday Mr Logue White has moved to Rockport Mr Wm Steward has moved Into the house vacated by Mr Logne White I Rev C W Shngart Beaver Dam filled his appointment here Sunday Mr Walker Parks and wife Taylo- Mines visited the family of Dr G Everly Sunday Miss Jessie Barnard visited the fam ily of Mr James Brown last week Mr C B Everly is building a new dwelling house Mr Dol Hill is building a new reef dents A stock and grain barn belongin- to Mr Calif KImbley was destroyed by fires some days ago d Colored Faith Healer Prof Hemy Daviess the colored faith healer of Owensboro honored us with a call Tuesday Prof Davis talks interestingly of his miraculous powers to heal but strange to sayr confines his healing art wholly to the case of rheumatism and warts We were anxious to test the Professors art of healing and offered I him a fancy price to remove some I- IIO4 1I glueIwith stale eggs and other things art not fit to dri- nkLionGoffeo U uncoatedIcYeetresb strong well flavored e ITtnoIuo will call and prices prices Wraps our II Millinary Shop we largest of in County and wo wo have tho styles Wo over Wo sell such low that wo have nothing loft the season is fail seo our Wraps of all now nice goods to see our Cloaks Furs and Capes corns from our toes but he drew the line at corns Prof Davis says he discovered his miraculous powers by a special inept logton his hand when it suddenly occur ed to him that he could remove them and that he proceeded to Invoke the divine power to take away the warts and they suddenly disappeared like a nlckle In a slot machine Prof Davis would not explain to us why he made a specialty of rheuma tism but says his method is to take hold of the hands of the rheumatic and that the come out of the Into him It really looks to see Prof Davis a healthy man when be has a stream of rheumatism pouring constantly into his body like a river Into the ocean Prof Davis will return to In a few days tor the practice of his a of it pay are for says and ort If we can possibly do so we shall pursuade him to Include corns in his line of treatment r West Kentucky The Geology class under Prof Matheny will an excursion this week There Is a great Interest the class at present Last Friday evening the boys society organized and a nice will be out next Friday eveningOar department Is flourish ing nicely under the of bliss Auriely Pettigrew She has classes In voice piano and organ Owing to fullness ol the there will be another teacher added to the faculty Monday I CASTCJnAI er When th Umli torpil adl U to do IterV the bIN raun UM blood u Tlrateot pouoo Tb a coma eoBMiptaoa bUloann tick bMubeb term fatsodngb toaeb sad Nature work ID the rip mama to PILLSgANDTONIG Tea pm toaefaM IM Urer sod fet peUeU boos tbs qnem tmdoseforSEa7ad slbceataadao tea your cue U bed yog win bo well before you blab these Bunplt free For ale urall dealer For sale by J H Druggist Ky ft V lf I THIRD RILHY BUILDING BABTPOBD KYModern equipment Personal instruction Actual business Regular night classes open all to positions Tuition Bookkeeping course 30 Shorthand course 30 Combined course 40 Board 2 225 Typewriters furnished free to all shorthand students Students may enter at any time We continuo tho entire year Spring term Janu CATALOGUEI VPres r tfjt W JJU JU vgU Jf JJv JW W Jf Jf 15he Columbiar Tailoring Illinois Have opened an office in the NEW COMMERCIAL HO TEL Building Hartford Ky and have on hand a rFull Stock Goods their Tailors right with them They can show all the latest fabricks of Goods in ri L11UOvercoatiDgs Suitings Trouserings i If you contemplate buying GARMENT any kind g you to see their They guaran tee you satisfaction and their the LOWEST for firstclass Tailoring We do all kinds of Repairing and Cleaning Call early only remain three weeks SWill L SHUTT MANAGER t oc vv W vv And they come NEW THINGS every line More new patters Shirt Waists Flannels Etc Dress Goods every description Close every piece and the very best values guranteed Come see and convinced Millinery Everybody that visits carry the lino Millinery Ohio know cheapest latest carry nothing at prices when Dont to stock every description Dont fail pales immediately patient strange Hertford d4vlne SeminaryIf In was program carried direction culture the college BouptSlpature Blllounesar lnvftlldaL u start PELLETS exceedingly Williams Hartford FLOOR to Aid to opens t And you u s v s s still in in of prices on of be and over make CoC- hicago of J ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Clothing Boots and Shoes A splendid lino of Clothing anything you desire from tho cheapest to tho very best Boots for everybody No old stock Every pair brand now goods just received Rub bers for Men Women and Children Shoes for overbody big little old and young Dont forget to look at our Twin Owl Shoes for men and boysthe best in the world Every pair guaranteed Dont Forget the PlaceEconomy Dry Goods StoreNext Door to50io County Bank o MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Manager o- i J Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOnUR2J r illinois Contral RallrondTlmo Tnblo J 1900 wttard taking effect Sunday Dee 2je North hound Nnnlh hound Noln due eela m No 18 dnd1l17 a m NolO2daet7pm No 101 due 241 p m- Nol2du1230pm No 181 due UOp In- Lnenl rtcIFhla- J No 194dne76OaIn No 193 doe 287pin- S D VA3ultTu Ant CUYts wtttt Ml L AILS not Cowth syrup Tutee Good UaOtIn lima hdrnrcltL- o t o MINUTES The Ohio County Teachers Institute Met in Hart ford on Tuesday tiOctober1902 The Institute was called to order by Supt DeWeese In the absence of- Rev J C Petrie devotional exercises were conducted by Judge Miller Next In order was the election of officers Prof J M Matheny was elected Vice President and A S Tanner Secretary The following committees were then appointed On ResolutlonsT J Morton Will ed Park M J Holbrook John Hohel te suer and Mollie Tunstall On FinanceC E Smith J A Duff and Florence Rowan On ProgrammeE W Patterson Florence Morton and J Ham Barnes On LibraryHenry Leach and O W Edge After the appointment of the com mlttees Prof Wilford Caulkins gave t us a ver Interesting talk The work of the Institute was then outlined by the Instructor The on teachers were then enrolled showing E slxtyelght male and thlrtyseven fee male teachers present Adjourned to meet at t p m Afternoon the Institute was called together by Superintendent after song by Institute The subject of School Management was Introduced by Instructor He A insists upon the teaCher being thoroughly qualified and deeply Interest edin his work Reccss The Pupil and Ills Opportunities was then ably discussed by T J Morton lie says put the pupil In touch dth good authors In order to Inspire him to greater efforts The Teacher Ills Preparation was then discussed by J Ham Barnes He says the teacher should be thor oughly prepared for his work both mentally and morally and empha sizes special training Should We not devote more of Our Time to Reading and less to Society was next discussed by Miss Mollie Tunstall She insists upon our reading the work of our leading authors In order that we may be more sympathetic and more noble men and woo men The subject was then taken up and ably discussed by S M Wilson Character was next discussed by O W LlklDs lIe thinks we are vic 4thus of our surroundings but are greatly Influenced by those with whom we associate The teacher as a Factor In the De velopment of Public Schools was then very Interestingly discussed by Prol O M Shultz lie urges that we be come a mote progressive set of teachers An interesting paper was then read by Miss Mattie Pirtle upon the sub ject of Schoolhouse and Equipments She thtnka we need maps and chart- and Insists upon the schoolhouse an grounds being made attractive Games and Amusements Present Md Passed was very attractively discussed and Illustrated by Prot Car son He strenously opposes speak- Ing In a thunder tone RecessMrs Henry was next called upon to talk upon the Rules of Spelling but asked to be excused Methods of Teaching Spelling wa then discussed by Wm Park lie be Eaves In object lessons for small pu pals and recommended the use of dictionary The use of Dictionary wall then ably dlscnssed by Marvin Black We were then entertained by a talk and recitation by Prot Burke after which the Institute was adjourned to meet at 8 oclock a m Wednesds F October 8 The Institute was called to order b Supt DeWeese Devotional exercise was very ably conducted by Rev 1 W Coakly Next the roll was called showing ninetyslx teacher present The minutes pf the preceedlug meet Inn were real and Approved thIe pit being made to understand the meaning of what he reads Flow to Develop the Reading ha It In Pupils was discussed by Birch 1Shields He wants the child to learn the moral of each lesson An interesting paper upon the su feet of Supplementary reading was next read by Miss Louaua Ford after which the discussion was continued by M D Maddox He thinks we should try to prevent monotonous reading among pupils Mrs Julia Wedding next rind an interesting paper upon the subject of conducting a rtdtattou- i Arithmetic How much should be tatight to Pupils antler Ten was then ably discussed by C R Smith lIe thinks It depends to n great extent upon the ability of the pupil Mensuration was discussed byProf lit Matheny lIe says teach sub and not the book on Essentials and non sllential wrc discussed by Prof OMShultz He says the pupil should study that W61eh applies to his vacation In life Recess In the absence of ProfFowler the subject Should we Adhere to the Text Book In teaching advanced Grammar was taken up by Prof Burke lie says tench the book tight or wrong Grammar as a Judgement Study the was then discussed by n W Patterson by On amount ofthe lateness of the Jour the subject of Infinatlve and Participles was passed ton Mode was next discussed by M D Maddox 1Ie insists that the potent al mode Is not necessary English as It Is Spoken was then discussed by JCo Hohelmer lIe M gave several illustrations of misused words Evolution of English was next ably J discussed by M J lIolbook lIe gave and interesting history of the English languages through the va- rlous ages soar which we were ad jonrned for soon- Afternoon te the Institute WIS called together by song alter which the subject of Grammar was continued What Is Correct English was discuss by Miss Florence Morton In an In resting paper The subject of Physiology and Hygiene was next Introduced by the Instructor In an Interesting talk What should be Included In Primary Lessons was discussed by J A Sandbach In the absence of J A Dull the subject Useful Experiments was dls missed The subject Diagram and Descrlp tlon of the Stomach was also passed the account of the absence of Dr B Pendletou A paper upon the subject of Narcotics and Stimulants was next read by J D Stewart In the absence of Dr D H God say the subject of Germ Theory was passed Heredity was then discussed by Dr S Fltzhugh lIe thinks intellect sal as well as physical ability Is n- harikari by children This ending the subject of Physiology we were given recess c Alter recess the subject of Compo sltlon was Introduced In the absence of L K MllbDrn S W Crowe introduced the subject 01 Figurative Language lIe thinks figurative language unnecessary untI the higher grades of study are taken The subject of Essays was next Introduced In an excellent paper by Miss Allie Flelden She says no days s work Is complete without written work The general discussion wan then opened by Moses Coppage By a request of the Institute Pro O M Shultz gave an Interesting talk upon the subject of Figurative Lan gunge lie says the child oats figure skive language naturally to R consld arable extent Prof Burke next read several good subjects for compositions lie thinks that a child that can talk can write compositions This ending the subject of Compo sltlon the Institute was adjourned after hearing the reading of the pro gramme for the evenings entertainment TMDRSDAY OCT 9 1902 The Institute wag opened by song Devotional ezercise wan conducted by- Prof Burke after whIch the roll was called showing Ito teachers preseDt meetingsapproveddThe suhlect of reading was then Introduced by the Instructor lIe Introduces nature study In the primer grade cultivating the beautiful In the minds of the young pupils AR this very Interesting talk the Instl tote took a short recess Alter recess the subject of th Length and Preparation of the Read ing Lesson was Introduced by Dulls Mosley lIe furors short and r nosh lessons and would rehearse at each recitation the lesson for the nextIn the absence of J L Black the subject of the Use of Pictures was passed over Miss Lena Miller read a paper on the Promotion of Pupils Miss Miller accounts for the lack of perfect reading In our rural districts by our recltatloyn gave a c al talk on the Induce ents offered to teachers to become better readers The subject of reading was dOJed In a very interesting manner by Supt Burke with reading of Sleepy hollow and Rip Van Winkle after which a short recess was enjoyed The Diffident Child Miss Act e Wilson being unable to be present CbThe Committee on Resolutions was excused In order to prepare their reo portb pun Child a paper was presented by buss NanDle Mosley J W Petty being absent M D Maddox was assigned his work The Precocious Child Mr Maddox says the precocious child Is like a rapidly growing plant In Its mental life Is of alert duration How to Counteract Improper Home nfluences was discussed by Prot- Mathenq In R very Interesting manner to WIth him the personality of Is the teacher Is the most Important means of counteracting home in flu ences J D Oliver had nothing to say np the the subject of the advantages of study V M Mosley being absent C II M- Turvey took his work on Collecting and Use of Materials lIe has one day In each week for a certain branch end uses the entire time J H Barnes very dearly discussed naUire study as a foundation for nat tr ural science The subject of Nature Study was be dosed by the Instructor Alter which Institute was adjoured for noon The Institute was called together song after which the rule was called showing t16 teachers present A motion was made by Prof Mon was to have n committee appointed ofve one teacher In each magisterial rile trlct on the reading circle work The was following teachers were appointed Fordsvllie Otho Fowler Rockport the D Maddox Cromwell Henry Leach Hartford O M Shultz Bu ford Allle Plelden Sulphur Springs A Dull Centertawn C D Render The subject of writing was next In the traduced by R II lIanklDs lie says do not attempt to teach the fore arm movement to a child under thin en The subject was next discussed by ProC Turvey lie thinks the only thing of Importance to the child Is the form of the letter hy The next subject Geography was Introduced by the Instructor lIe the gave an Interesting explanation upon the dlQerent quarters of the moon He also proved that the day remained for 48 hours upon the earth In the absence of J W ODell the subject Relation of Geography to History and Civil Government was discussed by W S Hill Mr Carl Soper and H Co Crowder being absent the subjects assigned to He them were passeddAfter recess an Interesting paper was read by Alice Bosket upon thew subject of Pupils Reading Circle Should the ThlrdClaes Certificate be abolished was next discussed In lu an Interesting paper by Miss Stella Tanner She says there Is the samew reason for abolishing the secoDrtclassE as there le for the Woodward being absent the discus slaw was continued by Lonnie Leach E S Howard next discussed the sub jeer He favors abolishing the third of lass This concluded the subject RS D Robertson being absent Should Vocal Music be added to the Teachers course of study was rile a cussed by U A Carter lIe thinks music should be taught and says all his pupils can sing E W Patterson neat discussed the subject lIe says he Is sorry for the pupils that are in strncted by a teacher who coca not Sing Revision of the Compulsory lAw was next ably discussed by Henry T Leach He saps the law Is good but leaves too much room for the patron to evade It Alter this discussion thec Institute was adjourned to meet Friday morning October 10tThe Institute was to Sopt DeWeese after which devotion al exercises were conducted by Prot- J M Matheny The toll was thent railed showing ttq teachers present The subject Should every Lesson be a Language Lesson was then dlsr cussed by Miss Florence Rowan She thinks ne should use correct English In every recitation Mr J E Mitchell next discussed the subject of Oral and Written Reproduction He thInks written work ts more important than oral work bliss Lana Bennett betas absent L k Mllburu next discussed the subjeet Pictures Translated into Words He thinks the picture should be before the child that the word may b more forcibly Impressed upon the child The subject was then discuss ed by 3 W Petty and H H Davis In very interesting talksarLetter Writing was next Introduced by Eugene Kimmel lie thinks let ter writing Is an tacelent way to im eprove our English The subject was further discussed by Misses Ella Her naring COVo1 IIenry Mary Holloway and Mr W R Carson and Robert Miller The subject of Reading was next ably discussed by Prof Burke lIe Insists upon the reader trying to iui tate the voice and manner of the char acters lie then read and Interesting selection from Shakespeare after which the Institute adjourned for recess After recess the subject History a a Busts for good Citizenship was rile cussed by A E Fills He thinks we should study History In order that w I may be better citizens The value of the study of Biography was next discussed by Willie Law ellen He thinks we should have our pupils teed the Blographyol our lead lug men Current HIstory was seat discussed He considers Cur vetHY helpful in maintaining an Interest Logical Epochs In American Uls tory was next discussed by T J Mon ton lie says we should first get a logical basis of the subject and then build to It and advises them of au outline MrA r Maddox bring nbsent Prof Powder gave a very interestiul- talk upon the subject of History Makers of today The subject of history was further discussed by Prot Burke He says the best WRY arouse interest among your pupils to simplify the subject lIe also gave Rn Interesting example of the growth of the United States Alter this interesting discussion song Old Glory was sang by the Insulate A recitation was then recited by Hoover alter which the In slltute was adjourned until r3o p in- N on Afternoon the Institute was called together by singing School Management was then in- oduced by the Instructor lIe says have perfect order and luslsts that Wt kind but firm and always be n leaderAt close of this discussion the Institute was dismissed for n few urinates recess After recess Advanced Geography introduced by Robt Miller In a Interesting talk Commercial Advantages ot the U S next discussed by Everett Smith lu the absence of n W Patterson subject Recent Seismic Disturbances was discussed by Prof Burke The Committee on Reading Circle work was then called upon to report They offered an excellent outline for work lu the different districts Prof Shultz then spoke upon the subject of pupils reading circle work niter which Pror Matheny recited au original poem The Institute was then adjourned- to meet SatnrdayOctober nat 8 am The Institute was called together Supt DeWeese After devotional exercises conducted by A E Maddox sole was called and minutes of Fridays work were read and approved Prof M P Statton then made a nice talk is which he complimented- the teachers upon their good work and attention to what Is said Civil Government was next Intro duced by C D Render In an Interest- Ing talk upon the design of study ears the teachers do not apple ate the value of Civil Government Detects of the U S Constitution discussed by Ewell Taylor lIe cited the detects of the articles ot confederation lie then gave an interest g history of our government Defects of our State Constitution then taken up by A M Acton says the faults are not In the con titution but In the statutes In the absence of Ernest Woodward the subject of Superiority of our Form Government was discussed by Bnrke after which the Institute was adjourned for recess Alter recess Prof O M Shnltz gavg talk urging the teachers to take rep the reading circle work The vice president of the different magisterial districts were then ape pointed as follows Fordsvllle Otho Fowler Sulphur prings Wm Park Cromwell Henry Leach Rockport M D Maddox Centertown C D Render Hartford J Morton and Buford A S TRn nero Graduation from the Common was next discussed bY Pro Burke arts which he read some 11- 3terestlDg poems Prof O M Shultz then gave an interesting talk neon the commence of common school graduates- He says Ohio county la behind other counties la the number of Its corn school graduates He thinks we should urge students to take the graduation course General business was next taken up The comnllttee on resolutions then reported end the Institute ad jlurned J M DRWJtESH Supt A S TANNER Secy Women as Well ns Men byeKidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls- mr25 Md lestens ambition beauty vllor cent one have and on disappear when the kid neys are out of order or disused Kidney trouble has so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urtn ales too often if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the chic reaches an age when It should bll able control the passage 1115 yet afflicted depend upon IL the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasa I tkidneyse most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and troubles and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect o Is loon realized It Is sold by druggists tn IIIIY- e and dollar sizes You may a m211i 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