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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE t11AMr Fine Job Work a Specialty OFfICId4080dNOFTAEPdBifIN196F008t8C0A9ESSIOAdL01S161CtSubs ription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 19020No15J 1 tobreathewithout lungs to breathe the airtor of lungs rendered incapable 01 I breathing by disease The blood lungsIngress As the lungs grow weaker thebloodglOxygen is the life of the blood is the life of bodyThe of Dr Pierces Cold weaklungsthe full oxygenation of the dlrt oJn Lung diseases hive been t and GoldeqMedical cates where deepseated cough rhage emaciation weak ness and night sweats ihme all nolntrd to a fatal termination by con sumption I some ntn ape I a wae almoit nclp I thatdreadlumpdon write Mr Glut FrauP IM or While Co InJ i nom or uml menthe IT frttacU and nrlfhbon ha4 flvtn all hope of my rIont day a frknd advtad IDC 1otak Dr pierce Golden Medical Diooy sty aad after I had liken the contrail of the Mca d Mine I delta to Improve After laklar t delireredfrowag sect hearty man Dr rtercea riruaut Pellets cleanse the clogged system from accumulated imparities SouthernRailway maul El At nest 8oothro BUU- aKENTUOKYTENNESSEB South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI MtiUllM TIrDallitaIasItlwesnrosta1- L1 aid Jxtiliirto Otwrratloi pair Can TnUaatMTe and arrtn LonlTlllfron wrrata stress Ualoa l pot toaifctiriK with train of toe IlUaelifeatralUallroadaail b JIA8UUnlt Forlafornatloa Lddt- rwAwiiaoaPATAgtkAriLpBlfTino- Wu lITinai AteUtant O P A IoaUtffle r r r HealUiand Pleasure Rosprts0 WITH r Medical Waters2 oitktllartottkfl I C RailroadV 0 pnltbi Yazoo Mississippi Valley RAILROAD Vutallan Bpriom Alllooe Welle Coojwti wells IMW Welle aid llrowna Vtrllt antes olarirmtablUtird bnltb end plrtiort rnort vlfa mxllcal water M it Imtnr and L TDK areouniodatloQi Thai ar locatd on or eotiiinaiitolk llBMolth JlllnoU Oratrat aad Vatoo A wlwUitprl Valltjr Railroad la the upland rrftloa ol r lississi ic- a ftond to th nndtnUiitd for wire copy ol an lilntraUd boot di rrlbllK tbtiqaU hi add tloa Ilardla Bariiira Orajrion pprlairi Ilowaoa Bprliiatptrobap ipriagiaodCrltUadta fiprlap la WMUra Ktntackj aad CTM Bprlom and Dlxon Hprlngi la Hoqtkern IlllaoU are similar Marta eoaoraloR nklck an Illaitrated book baa ttatunedlist nil bt kad free OB applltatloa 4 eotu BBdenloid A II JIAN80N Q IA lUlnoU Ceatral nlL Chicago J LINEtC S l CHICAGOA established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between 11Bvansvlll and Chlagorthe line being Champaign and the road l t from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly it part of the P D tit K Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUNP Dally Ex Sun Lv Evansvlle yijoprm yjjbam 7ooam 700 pm SOUTH aojuNQ Dally Er Sun Lv ji sago t 8 83oam ArEvansville 8o5am 55opm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through ree reclining chair ars on day trams Tlektta ol your oral ticket agent e iTll wYo KNURLQ ThrlccaWeek EdltfonAI most DaIlY at the Price of a WEkY TI rr ll tUl campaign I Oyer bat the wort r 161 IafpIlofcews To Ar t1L s 4 jh a It a r dm SNItr all b t on ntp do h to look I a Tbrlce Welt Shctlbnof to ii bkl Atm to tlsab I tlmt o1rea A MTl slowy oriel nldrcn a pab usher ntacws w her eTer tkfliDflyh t9uagla apokin and you btbgw1pYt p Dppwro and Tn RralAcIito for 110e 15lb bcllptlon prier oUb two pa pen tsrooo tISjufapnibo for THE f a HAIRTEOIID REFUBLI- CAN inrndvlnceor f t AS TO RICHES A MultiMillionaire the Most Wretched Man In the World Not many men are wholly content with their lot in life A man Is apt to be either a philosopher or a fool Neither wealth nor power nor fame nor the three combined can bring absolute happiness There is always something lacking some thing longed for something gnat tamable some desire or ambition un satisfied The poor want to be rich and the rich richer though there are person who have no desire for wealth and there are people of wealth who do sotenjoy it and who would be happier without it A writer lathe London Truth who signs himself A Miserable Millionaire thus pours out his tale ol woe Poverty is to happiness what hun ger is to food it Is appetite The simple pleasures delight the poor and those are innumerable Right and fitty yea rs ago I was born In a cottage with no hope or prospect of rising above the position In which circumstances had placed me Asa laborer I passed my youth would that my millions could reproduce that happy time It Is sufficient lor the I present purpose to add that I emigrat ed prospered and eventually amass ed a colossal fortune I now live in palaces and I am wretched I Care limy master I have a mul titude of interests and in many dl rections and my mind Is never free from anxiety I am in continual dread of losing some of the money which I have so painfully acquired and a thousand and one unexpected occurences could materially affect my fortune The raid into the Transvaal coat me a quarter of a million though I was not concerned in that despica ble attempt That is but one source of my mis cry Money is made to be spent and I do not know how to spend It Intelli gently It requires special Instincts education and training to enjoy the artificial pleasures which money can provide I have collected many art treasurers which I do not under stand I only know what they cost and the cost represents to me their value In my library are stored the best editions of celebrated books bnt I have neither the Indication nor the time to read them My butler game keeper coachman cook and the cap tain of my yacht are masters in their respective departments for I know little or nothing of the management af a big establishment the rearing ol game and the beating ol rovers the art of cooking and the government of a ship The sense of Inferiority is al ways activethough I am the noml nal superior The finest wines reo quire the finest taste to appreciate them and my taste Is like my nature rough My friends have been chosen for their social value theyare com panlons not friends My wile who formerly took BO great an Interest in whatever concerned me now devotes herself to society My im iglnatlon breeds disturbing thoughts every Instant of the day my wile la uhamed of me my son Is eager to succeed to my estates and fortune my friends are designing my servants are swindlers I am alone and In the way I was Immeasurably happier when from day to day I dodged starvation The law of compensation apples more fully and justly than we ate apt to see or understand Often the Ills which we have are to be preferred to those which we would unwittingly accept These observations are some what platitudinous but It Is well to keep in mind the fact that for the thinking mind there Is no happiness upaUoyed that contentment Is more easily sold than purchased and that inthe economy of thin existence that which we call happiness Is not measured bya metallic standard The plaintive writer In London Truth sug gests the musings of old Sedleytas recorded in Vanity Fair It is the testimony ol many another rich man who has reached wealth through toll and mon only to find at last and too late that there Is a hunger which It cannot appease Yet how much of the happiness of this world he might enjoy anoLhow much good he might do if he only knew how Most men know betterhow to make money than howto laycltaq4 more know how to save it than to spend it well and wise ly or to employ It In the great est good It is Iortnnate that most people are what we ail poorpeople iiphp must work to Ilve What an unfortunate world this would bell everybody were rich The entire treatment of Ramo s- Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for con stlpatlon cisfs bnt 15 cents medN clue for a month pleasant to take and thorough In action Ask your dealer for Ramons m 04 A girl In a neighboring town was a visitor toa charming family recently up in the Dlue Grass country and M the story goes she was Invited to a plugpong party given in her honor by her uptodate hostess After the WJyte wrote tohe matter of fact but a little behind the times parents telling them ol her delightful visit concluding her letter with and dear pa I have fell in love with Ping Pong The old man jumped to his feet as he read the last sentence and yelled to his wife Ma If SalHe mar ties that durned Chinaman Ill drown her M N- An Old Receipt We are Indebted to Mr Reuben A Anderson for copy for the very an cient and novel certificate produced belowNo 5 This is to certlly that Reuben Anderson of the county of Woodford In the second Collection District of Kentucky paid the duty of one dollar and So cents for 160 days ending on the 3rst day of December next for and upon a two wheel Carriage called a gig owned by him and the harness used therelor This certificate to be of no avail any longer than the aforesaid Car riage shall be owned by the said R Anderson unless said certificate shall be produced to a Collector and an en try made thereon specifying the name ol the then owner of said Carriage and the time when he or she became possessed thereof Given In confor ratty with the laws ot the United States this 24 day of July 1816- C II DANIBI for JH MORTOK Collector ol the Revenue for the second Collection District ol Kentucky Mrr Anderson to whom the certifi ute was given was grandfather ol Mr Reuben A Anderson and one of the few men of his day who was able to enjoy the luxury of a two wheel carriage I High frlfts Not Due to Tariff Our Democratic friends are trying to make high prices an issue in this campaign Some of our food products are higher in price than they have been The people oi England and Germany are complaining ofthe same high prices Meat and fruit and vegetables are reported to be higher in England and Germany than they have beta for years The Pjoplethere complain Iud they have better cause for their complaint than have the people la this country for these products are largely exported from the United States England has no no tariff bat meat and sugar and vegetables and fruit are high Free trade and a free market for the Worlds products have not lowered the price of meat in England They have turned to Canada and Australia without securing cheaper meat Germany hid turned to Russia and other continental countries with the same result The German tariff may affect the price of meat In that country hut not In England There is one consolation in the high prices ol food products here and that Is that the money paid out In this way goes to the farmers of the United States and they keep It in cir culatlon by paying it out for new ago rlcultnial machinery household furn Iture clothing and the products of the factories They farnlah the mot valuable market the American mann facturer has and enables him to keep his factory running full time and em ploy labor at good wages So long as the farmers are prosperous there will be work for the facto rlesand a share of the prosperity will go to every wsgeearner in the land egChamberlains Cough Romody Saved His Boys Lifo I believe I saved my nine year old boys life this winter with Cham berlains Cough Remedy says AM Hoppe Rio Creek Wis He was so 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 all I druggists m OA TORxteas W 1fa Ifsd Yotl Han algA Belief atbtuExcursion Rates American Federation of Labor New Orleans La Nov i332nd On account of the above occasion round trip tickets will be on sale from Beaver Dam to New Orleans and return at rate of 1800 lor the round trip Tickets on sale November 24th for return No atop over privilegesAnnual Meeting American Bankers Association New Orleans Nov 11 I3i igoaOct account above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam Ky to New Orleans and return lit rate of 800 for the round trip Tickets on sale govern ber89f aad io return limit 10 days from date ol sale provided ticket Is deposited with joint agent nut later than November 18 and upon pay of leeof fifty cents at time of deposit ticketwhl be made good to have New OrUaos on i ate ticket Is taken rom deposit but noV later than November 3ttb 1902 Stop over privileges within limits ol tickets S B VAN MUTER Agt CI4LHTORTd e B Yn Han Almn Bona utthactTbeK 7 HIS OWN WIFE Husband Surprised When He Dis covered With Whom lie Had Eloped Mrs Harriet Falkner of Yalesville recently received an anoymous letter stating that her husband of a few months was attentive to a young wid ow and telling ol secret meetings at the Charter Oak Hotel Mrs Falk ner shadowed her husband when he met the young widow and overheard an elopement being planned A black veil and a bouquet of chrysan themums were spoken of For two day Mrs Falkner kept close watch on her husband She said Saturday evening he said he was obliged to go to Meridln and I followed He drove to Merlden and I boarded a trolley car and reached Merlden first and went directly to the depot There I saw a woman dress ed in black carrying a bunch of chrysanthemums I went directly to her and said there was a man who said he lived In Yalesville waiting for her at the other depot r said he had asked me to advise her to meet him at onceShe asked me for a description of him which I gave She hastened away and I purchased a veil and some flowers like the ones she caN rled I went to the depot and soon saw my husband I beckoned to him to follow and ran aboard the train We were unable to get seats together but at Hartford he touched me on the arm and we left the train After waiting together awhile without speaking we went into the Allen House Mr Falkner said sup per would be out of order When about to seAt myself at the table I lifted my veil I thought Mr Falk ner would faint I did not say any thing about the other woman but thanked him for his kindness in take ing me out He of cQurse realized that I knew all The next day he disappeared Philadelphia Record A Typical South African Storo O R Larson of Bay Villa Sun days River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store is situated In a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles to many ol whom I have supplied Cham berlslns remedies All testily to their value In a household where a doctors advice is almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps sixtyt Of these within the past twelvemonths no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamber lains Cough Remedy This must surely be a record For sale by all druggists m Easy Divorce a National Danger And Disgrace Easy divorce means a loose marriage tie It means that husbands and wives Instead ol bearing with one anothers shortcomings instead of seeking to accommodate themselves to the small nnescapable disappoint ments or Irritations of married life rush off to court and ask release Fortyone divorce cases were on the docket ol Part HI ol the New York Supreme Court yesterday One hun dred nod thirty nndeftnded divorce separations and annulment of mar riage cases have already been placed on the calendar for November and new cases are scheduled every day says the New York American No doubt a proportion of these suits are the outgrowth of intolerable HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks woo mens nerves And tho constant euro of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard lace tolls the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses loncorrham and falling of the womb result fronr overwork Every housewife noods a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs In perfect condition WINECARDU is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that b why she writes this frank letter r OlendMne Kr Feb10 IMt I am M glad that your Wlneof Cudul I hlpla me lam tw nb ttarthaa for I em doing mt dbliUUrudme I am s n aJooPtalld4 I down dye or ilx limes trnr da but now I Co not think kip doWD broa1a till day JOJr l1100 AT DBCOOISTfi Tot Cert a IlIonion sang prh ywpt- owa Ils K4U A rt 3troTCtxuuoof WxlloU Co wrong and Incurable misery but It is also certain that many of them would never have been thought of were It not that the idea ol divorce has become familiar to the American mindWere divorces difficult were It ac companied by deep social odium when lightly sought fewer young men and women would enter the marrlage statt quitIresultThe chaos of our divorce laws is a natlocal law They should be uni form throughout the union Here Is work for Congress if the States can not be brought to do their duty Public opinion must be respected by lawmakers of course and public opinion in the United States does not take the religions view ol matrimony as a sacrament a bond that should be broken only by death or at moot because of unfaithfulness But there is a public opinion growing in favor of a nearer approach to the religious viewIn favor of lessening the num ber of legal causes for divorce and surrounding the court processes with much stricter guards against collus ion on the part of husbands andwives who wish to separate merely that they may take other mates Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of Lvoit3 LAXATIVB SYRUPIt acts gently but effectually oil the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAllen RoslneKy Good Reasons The Republican party is worthy of the support of all good citizens be cause It believes that tabor in free trade countries is not as well paid as pro tected labor It does not believe in war but when war must be fought it makes it short sharp and decisive- It believes in subordinating parti lanshlp to patriotism- It believes In the encouragement of American commerce- It is opposed to the alienation ol any part of American territory- It believed In the annexation of Hawaii In spite of Democratic opposition It believes In discussing real Issues without creating fictitious ones It believes In the expansion rather than the diminution ofterritory It prefers prosperity to panic It believes the best money in the world is none too good for America- It is the only party that has ever entered suit in the Federal courts in order to curb the power of the trusts When you wake up with a bad taste drugdistsof Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation m WHAT PROTECTION Has Done For America And American People in the Past Few Years What has protection done for Amer- Ica An subservient Englishman has told a part of the story In his fro plaint that America has Invaded Europe He complains that the englishman who a few years ago sup plied the world today sits down this 0 breakfast made of cereals manu factored In Michigan beefsteak fro Chicago a slice ol bacon from Ne York and bread made from Mlnneap oils flour On the way to his office he rides in a car built in New York propelled by electrical machinery made in Schenectady over a railway constructed by American engineers largely of American material and projected by American When he enters his office if he is aI todatf he sits in a revolving made in Chicago before a roll to desk made in Budjlo his letters a written on a typewriter made at IIIonI N Y he signs them with an Amerl can fountain pen dries the ink with a New England blotter and files his letter copies in flea manufactured atI Grand Rapids If he goes to races for pleasure he goes the highest stakes won by an American horse ridden by an American jockey AndC when he reads his evening h finds that European nations are havC ing battleships built in American ship yards learns that an American artist is to paint the coronation of King Edward and that 40000 gold silver and bronze medals ordered byb the King to commemorate that nation were made in Massachusetts that the Emperor of Germany had his royal yacht built in New York and sent Prince Henry across the Atlantic to attend the launching when the daughter of the American President should christen it These are some of the changes of which the English man complained and they are largely due to the policy of protection to American labor which developed American industry and enterprise un til it Invaded the old world and dea the Britain fear that some American would come along and annex the British Isles as a museum of antiquity when free trade rules the world The Democrats would however atop the wheels of progress and again change the currant of business from England to the United State instead A- of allowing It to continue Irom United States to England Continental Europe and all the world How Bonner Won Success The career oi Robert tionner the veteran publish furnishes a signal illustration oCt e value of persistent and sagacious cuvertlslng When he- began the cation ot the paper whose phenomenal success brought him fame and fortune he did not watt for the people to find out slowly and gradually the interesting feat urea of his journal He forced his enterprise upon pub lic attention by a systematic lavish ness of expenditure for advertising which at the time was without precedent or parallel Whole pasts etmhigh prices to blazon forth the merits i of his undertaking From one end of the country to the other the names of Bonner and his ledger were made familiar to the people by constant repetition jobbingwalong in ruts or old routine prophesied bankruptcy and ruin for I this nnconvential innovator but Bonner kept on spending a large share of Ills receipts in baying pub Itchy and those receipts increased with startling rapidity Every dollar disbursed in this way croakerspbusinesspsacre cessIThe lesson is one that is as well worth heeding today as It was fort years ago- barge space In this paper is one of the best Investments a merchant canI makeWe I now reach an ever Increasing number of people in this and intere our have to say regarding their stock of goodsI Teachers Meeting I For Sulphur Springs Magisterial to be held at Dundee Novem er 14 10 rgoaIdressMiss Mettle Bean Response A M Acton J The mind nsa baslaol school work 0 W What LlkenlIE Mitchell Recess HistoryMoses Coppage Is patriotism OB thededlae A M Acton and Clarence Bennett Are we making studentsI J Hoover Recltatlon Miss EffiiTVlm Noon hyquptotlonHoover Ppvalology and HygleneJ A 9anbachLanguagelkna Miller Why do children dislike school J Duff Arithmetic Jas GeographyMark LawreaceIRecitation Ola Are our schools Bennett CivicsDee Stewart Ate children LazyClarence Allen- RecltationM011leBeaa 4 Each teacher la to bet present and IlW I A FAMILY REMEDY ofIofin Rive me pleasure to teatiiy to the value ot Porous I have used It for years excellentyand similar ilia It is nnsarpassod HARRY M STEVENS JOhnLDuraettzremberotCoagreuSevoath I take pleasure in testifying to the merits of yourPeruna Atthe solicits tion ot a friend my wife used It and It Improved her condition generally IUs a remarkable remedy I colt cheerfully enbstanjPeruna cures catarrh wherever lo anIcertainty Femna has no substitutes PerunaI factory results from the nee of Parana write at once to Dr Hartman giving a fall statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his ralnable ad rice free- Address Dr Hartman President of Thfj Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 Too much stress cannot be laid upon the importance ot the great danger apt to result from apathy It is all well enough to be contented for the present but there is a future that must be looked after II a Democrat ic Congress should result from a care less feeling of apathy on the part of the Republicans the people of the country would have plenty of idle time to rue In the year of hunger that will surely follow At present an American dollar is as good as any other dollar in the world but 11 the Democrats have their way with free silver it will soon be a cheap coin If the Democrats win on November remember It will be gpgr fault If 011 dont vole and also remember it will mean free silver fre- etradund anti prosperity ABigDay attheFirGrounds SatUrdayO 11902 Trotting Racest and Deer ChaseTrotting Races bfflin at 10 oclock a m First Trot two best in three mile heats premium 1000 All Ohio county hoses that have never trotted for money may enter Entrance free Second Trot Tvo best in three mile heats premium 1000 All Ohio county Corses may enter Entrance fee 10 4 DEER CHASE v- At 1 oclock tie people of Ohio county will have a chance to see the last Deer Chase that will per haps ever be s n in Ohio county All Ohio county dogs may enter Premium 500 Entrance fee fpr each da 50 cents Admi sion Adults 25 cents sr a Children Under Ten Years Freea R L PARIS WILLIS HEFLIN JHTHOMAS Proprs I l t Hartford Republican good Iuuedby the putIlOllS IIENIIY TIlOUAHrUorsafe ceivo=xsasra orsa Cuznbz1nc34nQUch = v = = be FRIDAY OCTOBER 316u Iraer of rUIIIaTrDaltat adeertleemente 40c per loch ant IDrUoalOC per loch each addIUoaallartloaBel apedal rate oo yearly Load noUcee IOc per line ant lnedlon tic per court line oath addlUoDDllaPerUoaof 1OHlton Republican Ticket Court For IItlltll Judge2nd Ilalrlct it JUnGEHLUGUFFYof san court ANNovcEE1EN1NFor we oreaathorlredto aaooeoce W T OWES not of Uavleu coaotr as a candidate for CIrcuitt JEdge In the Bluth Judicial Dbtrlctaublect to withaction or the Democratic party your VOTE for Gully and keep the court vote of last resort above machine politics EUE your protest against the punisbment of innocent men by voting for Guffy Tuesday To TUE election of Judge Gully IS es- Ientialto the administration of jus lice by the courts in Kentucky REMEMBER that Settle signed tbeI petition askIng Senator Goebel to contest the election of Governor Tay is borTnE but independent voters are the can safety valves of popular government and this year they are unanimously GullyGo the polls Tuesday and take your neighbors with you and vote for tajusticeGnOYER CLEVELAND made a speech lone at a Democratic meeting in New or York a few nights ago and Mr Bryans eyes turned green SETTLE le more to blame for thecc Goebel contest than Goebel for if Settle had not advised it the contest would not have been m deOJ TttE gold Democrat David Benp nett Hill is now regarded by his par ty IS its logical National leader Dont the Democrats do funny things A failure to vote against Settle is a substantial indorsement of the con test made by Goebel and amounts to an approval of the action of the Legislature CALEB POWERS is under sentence of a life term in the penitentiary for the crime of being elected Secretary State and will servo the term if set tie is elected TIm man who fails to vote Settle need not expect to be believed when he rays he was opposed to the taking from Taylor the office to which ho had been elected TUE Democrats charge us with being responsIble for strikes Perc papa we are Labors dont strike only when they have work and they rarely have work except under Republican administrationsYerkes speech CILLrmZAN higgs of the Democratic National Committee said the Democrats would carry the Congressional election and the people wondered then be said Coler would be elected Governor of New York and the people laughed at both jokesI The election will soon be held Judge Gully or Judge Settle wIll be elected to the important position o Appellate Judge It is well known and admitted by him that advised the contest of Taylors made by Goebel that Settle contended and still contends that Goebel was elected and defended the action of the Legislature which robbed Taylor of the office to which he had been elected The action of the Legislature has been sEverely denounced by all Republicans and by many Democrats and Independents No one ofask these can fail to vote against Settle without contradicting or discarding- all their former statements and professions Were you sincere in thoI past NB LAVEOA CLulENra Mr Dirk heads law partner rushes into print with a sworn statement that Mr Van Rensalaer postmaster at Owens boro offered to furnish Republican votes for Birkhead if Clements would keep an equal number of Democrats from voting for Settle Mr Van Rensalaer denies the Clemeuts ment and circumstances are to his statement The conference took place m Mr Van Rensalnersi Jrivate office and folks will naturally bo curious to know why Mr Clements just at this time should be itiog the private office of such a prominent Republican And too Mr Clements if Mr G B Likens reports him correctly stands subject to indictment and prosecution for signing Mr Birkheada paine to n pee titlon to the legislature TUts is a Republican district by a- a tier majority hence if aU the Ro go to the polls and vote for milt Gully he will lJe elected a majority Judge Gully will rcJoh the support of the Independents andalso of many Democrats It will by the fault of the Republicans if taught two is defeated Is O Stanley under in his speech at Owensboro that Democratic Court uf Appeals was ro needed to convict the murderers ofcr Goebel That a Republican slues would never affirm a conviction eves anyone for that rime We have a thought that the object of the Democrats was to get control of the crowd of Appeals and then affirm the slstlng conviction of Powers Now we know voting Powers was convicted by a partie punish court and and a packed jury and everybody knows It and no honest will ever affirm it Yet StanlpySt promises that if Settto is verdict will stand and we believe itdeal because Stanleysaid so but bea few such decisions are in keeping Settlos record Republicans do derMr full duty and go to the polls and for GuGy or the lives of innocent men will be sacrificed to help Mr bang Taylor and damn the Republican Miss partvIngretu the Voters of the Second M Appellate DistrictlIJI havo made un industrious friends canvass of the district so far aSure you that I am now and stronger with the people thanrt my opponent Nothing apathy or overconfidence defeat mo I shall continue the canvass until the election It is agreed by the court been and judges that no important criminalor civil cases will be up for decision until afng too election Hence no need fear that any person interest will suffer by reason of my nonattendance atro court Three members of the are candidates and it isJspent not at all likely that either will be at Frankfort often to the electionwaT I respectfully urge upon all my friends the importance of In attending the election If you will do so victory is cerne tajn I remain very respectfully who D L D GUFFY WYMANWIThe great trunk railroad from Bowling Green to Henderson is being surveyed through our county for the third time The present company says the building of the road is a sure thing this time While we have our doubts about the matter and think that Is too good to be true yet we For Itslccerely hope It will be built for be there Is nothing that we EO much r4 need as a direct route by rail to the Eastern markets So far the political campaign has been very quiet but each party Is fun of confidence and expects to carry the for Its ticket The race for Congress In this district will also be very close The Democrats have arranged for Stanley to meet Hon A E Wilson at Calhoou next Friday and the Republicans are ticketed to think how Stanley will regret that he ever met Wilson Every liberty lovIng citizen of the 0 State of Kentucky should go to the polls early Tuesday morning and vote and work for the success of the Republican ticket If they will but so our dear old State will be reo deemed from the disgrace of the supremacy ofGoebellsm and then step forward and take the place of honor fly among her sister states that rightful belongs to her cerhe now Cash Grocery wants your trade and it be profitable for you to trade H there Gov Taylors Advice Indianapolis Ind Oct 23 1902 Jack ATanner Morgantown Ky Dear Jack In your recent favor you what I think Is the duty of our friends in the present political strLlg gle in Kentucky My answer Vote the straight Republican ticket The Democratic party as now organized and dominated In that state stands for political wrongs which have no parallel In modern history Its overthrow la of paramount Importance to every lover of liberty and Justice With best wishes I remain Yours truly W S TAwon Attest JACK A TANNER lePLEASANT RIDGE JlePleasant Ridge Is it little town situ sled ou the Owensboro and Hartford road sixteen miles from Owensboro We have two large dry goods eatab- lishmenta run by Welsh Welsh and Westerfield Brostwo drug stores ISruu by A J Bell and J M Ragland two churchesMethodist and Baptist Rev R D Bennett of Hartford pastor of the Methodist and Rev R T Bruner of Owensboro pastor o the Baptist two doctors Shultz and Barnhill one undertakers establishment run by L Johnson two lmilli shops run by tiro Westerfield- nd Mrs Tanner one large flouting owned by Westerfield Bro two to blacksmith shops rein by Lltseq and one restaurant run by Lawrence Taylor one tobacco factory run ed C Smith one graded school by Prof Cox and Miss Stoy livery stables all doing nicely 18 Republican times Hon N B Chambers of Owensbo spoke to a large and enthusiastic of of voters here a taw nights lie made a very fine speech the Democrat admit that were going to elect Judge GuaywHon Sam Bedford spoke to a small hire Wednesday evening In on the people goIng out end for Judge Settle so they could Taylor and his gang FORDSVILLE I C Adair went to Louisville for a few days Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glen come down Saturday to spend days with her sister Mrs Cri Morton Holbrook has about recovered from his recent Illness and Is teaching again M B Dellaven and daughter Mamie who have been visit the family of Mr J S Reynolds to their home In Cloverport onday afternoon U S Carson of Hartford was several days recently visiting Miss Nancy Smith Is visiting In near Owecesboro this week Myrtle Johnson and Anna were In Owensboro last week shoppingMiss Brantlford of Dawson Springs who has been the guest of- Miss Rosa Johnson has returned- to her home The protracted meeting which has In progress at the Baptist church has closed with forty IA conversion and twentyfour for baptism which took place Thursday at the churchcMessrs Clarence Morrison and Adams were here from Hartford Mon dayIMr and Mrs J B Renirow Nar were here Sunday to visit Mrs Renfrows mother Mrs Walker party of young people from here Sunday afternoon at Sulphur Springs Mrs Delilah Howard of Rochester the guest of the family of Mr J Smith Srlastweek Mr Ester Martin Owensboro town Saturday night Mr Leslie Walker visited his wife Kirk last week Miss Ea Herndon of Irvlngtoa has been the guest of Mrs Lee Montgomery has returned home Miss Bessie Powers ot Narrows In town Saturday Mrs Myrtle Armendt who has been visiting her mother Mrs Mason Jones at Oaks passed throught town Wednesday en route to her home at Narrows Programme Hartford Magisterial District to held at Beaver Dam November 2902 Opening ExeresesAlbett L Mad doxObject of Assodatlon WorkT J MortonEssentials of a Zeacher as Suggested by Dr Whltej M Matheny Difficulties of tie Rural Teacher and the best meats of Overcoming Them paperL K Milburn RecitationMiss virgie Hooker Recess Value of Nature Sndy and Life In the Dally Work In tie Schoolroom M Shultz Field Excursions I Nature Study paperMattle Pirtle Collecting speclme In Nature StudyC H Turvey- RecitatlonLula Acta NoonOpening Exercises in he Public SchoolsRobt Muter The Teachers Vacatlol1R Taylor The Teaching of History 1n the Public SchoolsA E Ellis 11Means of Introducing Genert Information Into the Public lJBarnesMaking the Schoolroom Attratlve paperRosa Berryman Recess How Should the Teacher spend 11- eIntermissionsMrs J A Weddlg and Maggie Paxton Language Lessons In Primal GradesMable Hnbbard- Is Vocal SoloFlorence Morton Common School Graduation t Teachers InterestT J Morton b How to Create an Interest Pupils and PdtronsJ M Matheny c Advantages of GraduatlonO M Shultz rJ General Discussion led by C H TurveyEvery teacher In the Hartford Isterlal District Is urged to his work carefully No one will be given credit In the report to the Superintendent who does not attend the entire day T J MORTON ROCKPORT Messrs S G Hider and D C Um sled of Louisville were here last Thursday on business Mesm J C Tapp C S Wedding and O W Bowlus of nvansvllle were here last Thursday on Mr C P McCoy of was here last Thursday on business Dr J D Maddox sari Mr J M Williams attended the Masonic Grand Lodge nt Louisville last week Mrs It L Jackson who was calledI Richmond Mo to attend un eras of her brother Mr Thoma- Noodron several weeks ago return last week The party given at Miss Flora Haynes on Saturday night October was blgbly ellJoved by all present Mr Scott Kimmel of Ceralvo was here last Friday assessIng the votes this precinct Mr Geo R Thomason of Central City was here last Friday Mr W R Chinn of Beaver Dam here last Friday Mr G W Sallie ofHirdseye Ind was In town last week Mr Thomas W Sweat of Morgan- town was here last Friday Mr and Mrs John G Keown 01 Hartford visited In town last Saturday the guest of Mrs Joe R Layton Rev W D Cox of Central City will hold a series of meetings here to begin Tuesday October 28 Miss Flora Haynes left to day for Fordsvllle where she will make her future home 04SOX 011X4Bean theTee Kind Yss Has Iitrapir tllgEatew dpF- of Notice The undersigned will on Monday November 3 2902 lit the Counts Judges office In lIartlord Ky let to the lowest and best bidder the build Ing of R barn on the county farm All bids sealed and delIvered before 2- odock pm reserving the right to reject any or all bids For terms and specifications see J P Miller W A Rone B F Hndson committee All goods bought at Fosters new Cash Grocery will be delivered free p aTypical South African Store o R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays RIVer Cape Colony conducts a store typical South Africa at which be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store Is situated In a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station tad about twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says Iam favored with the custom of tanner within a radius of thirty miles to many ot whom I have supplied Chats berlRtns remedies All testily to their value In a household where a doctors advice Is almost out of th question Within one mile of m store the population Is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelvemonths no less than fourteen haves been absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy This mum surely be a record For sale by all druggists m Twenty pounds of white sugar for 1 at the new psh Grocery 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In aU Its stapes am1 that Is Catarrh falls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Cotarrh being a constitutional 1I east requires s constitutional treatment Halts Catarrh Cure Is taken internally w tin directly upon tile blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and so- sisting nature In doing it9 work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that I fails to cure Send foe plat of teal moulals Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 7SC Halls Family Pills are the best FRIEDALAND Farmers are about through sowing wheat and cutting up corn Our school at White Oak is pro greasing nicely under the manage ment of Miss Lou Hoover Mr J A Sand bach of this corn main who Is teaching at New Ba mUSt gave a spelling at that place last Friday night Several of our young people attended and all report a pleasant time Mr R C Byers who was lnjuret several days ago by being run over by a wagon Is slowly Improving Mr and Mrs W J Logsdou were the guests of the family of Mr J 0 Sandbach last Sunday Miss Etfie Jamison of this coin Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than titers Soil may be the same md seed may seem the same Inut some plants are weak and thcrs stron And that 5 the way with caldren They are like young pInts Same food same tome sage care but some grow big stayareSotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChili starvtion not because of lack of fort but because the food does lt feed Scos Emulsion really feeds and glen the child growing strengh Whatver the cause of weak growScottsit and she matter right MtotlretumpleScott St New York Coaa oo alldru JUU 110Iirl 1CRO 0 JVNED England Lion King of CoffeeSMALLIIOUS Fit for any king fit for you cheap noxious coating never t1l11lormqaalltl u4 rr haesa wtnaarol J munlty spent last Saturday and Sun day at Olaton the guest of the Misses Lyons p Mr Samuel Christian who has 0 been sick for sometime Is no better Mr Elbert Ford of this place and fl Miss Maggie Burch of Pllttysvllle rl were quietly married at the residence of the brides lather last Sunday even Ing at 3 oclock Rev H D Burch officiating After the ceremony the wedding party proceeded at once to the grooms lathers where a sump tcous supper awaited them Their many friends unite In wishing them alt the pleasures of life Mr G E Sandbach made a flying trip to Caneyvllle Sunday the guest of his slater Mrs V T Geary J D Fosters Jiew Cash Grocery will treat you right and soilyou goods cheaper than any other house in Hart ford iPublic Speaking The following speakers will address the voters of Ohio county on Saturday November t at the places Indicated Ernest Woodward Taylortowu Schoolhouse at night M L Heavrin and G A Weller Taylor Field Schoolhouse at night Hon J S R WeddingCenter town at night C H Smith and J M DeWeese Pink Hall Rchol Rt night For Sale A Scholarship lu the Bryant StrRt ton Business College Lmuievllle We can save you money Call on or address Tuu REPUDuCArFiartlord CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Dears theA6Igutnr of For the best and freshet Groceries go to the now Cash Grocery the old James A Thomas corner Louisville Market CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 6 250 6 5c hlIum to good stern 5 S 0 6 00 Choice butcher steer 4 50 5 o- clltdlum to good butchers 3 750 4 25 Crnumou to medium 3 000 3 4r Canners 15n r 85 Good tocholcecdels 4 4o 4 65 Common to medium 3 5 4 co Good to extra stock steers 3 750 4 25 Common to medium z 75 3 25 Grog to wed stock heifers 2 500 3 oc Plain light mixed stockers 2 250 2 85 Good to choice balls 3 O 3 40 Medium to good lulls 2 500 3 011- I Choice veal calves S 5o0 6 So Com to medium calves 3 oc0 4 25 Choice to fancy milch cows 30 000 40 0c Medium to good 25 co035 00 Plain common 18 ot0 2500 DOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 lbs 7 35 Med packers r6o to Zoo 7 20 Choice light 123 to rho 69n Choice pigs 9n to 120 690700- Gcoi pIgs 50t090 6 00I Roughs oc6501SIllGood to extra shipping a 750 3 00 Fair to good 2 5o 2 75 Common to medium 1750 2 25 Bucks r 5a0 a 25 TUE GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 Inc No 3 68c rt- lecttd 28c lets on levee I Jc less CornWhite 6c mixed 613 c yellow 6- 9OttsWhite 3Sc mixed 295C The prlcts for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye lire telling prices THE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Pork17 00 llamaChoice sugatcureI light and special cure 12Jr4 heavy to medium 13t3yJc- BaconClear rib sides l2Jc regular clear sides 12c racked breakfast bacon P4j c sngar e urtd sboul tiers loc bacon extra II c LardPrime steam In tierces h Jchoice leaf In tierces II Xc In luha- rtyfC pure led lard in tierces uuc In firkins 12Jfc Bulk MeatrRlbs izJr rrrulal clear sldea nJ extra short t yJ Cumberland TELEPHONEAND olegraph Co rncorpontrd The es nothing thc matter with my business J have the Cnnb and Telephone In my residence and place of business My bualne s n ncreased and my wlles vuice is ntv or heard to grumble about the felt hone Yeur fry grol s nIce nod entlemllnh rnrnlttltlnn C PrNOL1Nm Manr L k 1 Mrs Joe Bullock Is visiting her uents Mr and Mrs Thomas Blsh- p of Point Pleasant Mrs Robt Hunter has returned om II visit to relatives at Owensbo- o and LAgrange Prof M D Maddox went to Hart ltd Saturday Rev G W Lawrence has been hosen pastor for the Smallhous flap 1st church for the ensuing year Mr Robert Hunter Sr and cbll- Iren returned Tuesday flom a visit to itica I Mr M P Maddox who has been lick for several weeks is able to beset again Eyes Did Not Close For a Weep Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors- DrMilesHeart Cure and Norvlne Cured Mo Then II nothing men necesury to health than sleep and rut If thtee are you it In the morning more tired than- whenyoa went lobed there la an affection of the nerves t Ifout hurt II weak or there iian Inrserhed tendency In that direction your weakened nerves Will lOOn 50 affect your heatta action alto bung on seriOll chronic trouble Dr Milu Net Tine II II nerve toots which quleu a nerves 10 that may come It reo tOrtS the weakened nerves to health and ItreDIlIb Dr Miles Heart Cure u II great blood and heart tonic whkh ruwatcs tlie ac lion of the burt enriches the blood and 1m- proycs the e1ml1tloD Some time Igo I was wlrerinr severelr with heart trouble At times my htarl would nemlne1r stop beating and at others It would heat and very last Three to tour houn steep each sight in ten months was all J could One week in 1 t I never closedmyeycs IcotPrMaesNerviae- and heart Core at a drugstore burg alter spendln oooo In medl tines and dodos its Loulivlllt Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and LIIreDccb1IY days have derived more btDefit from the we of your than I rot from all tile doctors and their medicines think everpbodyoeght to know of the mar ytlow In IU remedlc- sWIL livens Fox CrcelioK AU sell and gyuantee tint bottle Dr Mile Remedies Send for free book on Nfnoun and heart Diseases Addlua- DrlWe Medical Co EIkhanll1d DRINK OLD JOE lfThe Best Whisky on Earth For salo by Honry Nail Hartford Loa Chinn Hartford JA Bradley Rockport JasEspey- Ronder RW Ragland Horse Branch PERKINS MANNING CO GIS11LL- ERStwenaberoSty ROBYHOTELT Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited rlr Frerlrlea St Owendoro Ny it 24l b- bi 4i 4 The Right I i4ClothesPlace This storo is the right clothes place You can i4 44 read that to mean either waythe right oloso Place or the best and most economical place to buy i4 good Clothing We mean it both ways and wovo it 44 44 got tho goods to prove it both ways We buy close l41nnd sell close always looking to the best interest of it 4 our customers and reserving only n reasonable mar i4 4 gin for n small profit These goods are the porfee it tion of lumdtnilored readytowear Clothes gunrnn i44i4 teed to fit the same ns if made to order and arc fully it 44 44 fifty per cent cheaper than the mmlotohand kind it iQ We Quote Youiliens IIeavy Underwear Suit GOa Bettor grado lcfi 75e nest grade ODe lndies Heavy Underweart Suit fiDebest you over saw for the monc 41and Childrens Union Suits 25c Best Factory Cot 8 144ton He Heavy 101 Sheeting 18c Bed Ticking 1t i guaranteed to hold feathers Hc Best Calico 4ic 4l Allwool Jeans 20c Heavy yarn Socks 20a Cloth 3 ing to suit everybody Prices ranging in mens t- q4i sizes from 52 Cia Youths sizes 14 to 19 years from tii 225 Childrens sizes 5 to 14 cars G5o Over t4 coatsbig lino at all prices Capes and Jackets at t all prices Ladies readymade top Skirts Dig lino oft Shoesthe HamiltonDrownoery pair guaranteed i4 4 price from 100 up to 500 Dig lino Hats at all tit prices Dig line Trunks and Telescopes lllankotst tq and everything usually kept in in a dato store 4 All I askof the public is to conic and examine my t 4 stock and get my prices and tnke the goods homo l4 with yetiG4i elet ber the 14ee 41 When you come to Hartford and be sure to coin ae around and lay in your fall wearEtIo 41 Yours for Tradea 1 s I SAM BACH 1WiTED- M iy eJis C trtrir i w I GUNS GUNS WE IiAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And rap Ually act you to rail and eee tblrjIMt and prat ltse of shot Qua aver tI lIarlold PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford X3 O f Cj Owensboro KyGalatreetbetw Mil Trlplt aDd nollnr Pest att ntloaglreatoetoek lIdlurtaf tor Ohio eonety peopl JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor IAn Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE tZihe Coluthbk 1 Tailoring COHChicago Illinois IHave opened an office in the NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL Building Hartford Ky and have on hand a Full Stock of Goods w- An 1 their Tailors right with them They cth show fOll all the latest fabricks of Goods in = I Overcoatings Suitings Trouserings Ifyou contemplate w buying a GARMENT of any kind it 4 will pay You to call and see their prices They guaran tee you satisfaction and their prices are the LOWEST for firstclass Tailoring We do all kinds of Repairing and Cleaning Call early Will only remain for three weeks t J LSHUTTM N GER e + Ep J1ci t ICIII IIIIIIIIIIC IIIIIIIICHIIIIIIIII IIIII Cllilit We Make the Offers at the t You do the Choosing 350 This week wo aro offering you a choirs lino of Ladies J and Misses Jackets tho very latest styles afford ing prices and qualities that inako choosing easy LADIES Ja KETS Fou INSTANCE A heavy wool cloth combination storm or turndown deep star shaped rope square front with six fancy buttons half tight fitting slashed bottom box back newest sleeves flap pockets topof col sleeves and capo trimmed with several rows black tntiu We S a I wool soft finish about inches long velvet tight front per plait bottom coat back est sleeves with colors castor or navy a etc Jacket Jc E r lar 35 y or colors blue and a It our low price Our stock Furs Etc tho lat 1 rest Priccst v lowest i The Isl I J tt III It I H II It III tt II tI It I II II It 1111111 tI Makes f Invalids When ths flyer U torpid MIS bite to to lu bile nun the blood M Ttrolent poises Then bUlouncM eat bexbcb fewoomM conripttioa uA miUiU TU only treatment Uut KM Unt uM the nab toock end MaN Nitun wort in the rigtoi u JTto pm toocbe tbi liver aced IlIa peltou Iona ras fjtera IS dote tor II dapeat IMia MIS u lea Tour cue II wewxSinsly Dad JOB will be mU before yo blab Sample tree For ale til dMltn r For sale by J H Ky r 1- p T YActual night classes open to all Aid to 30 Comcourse 30 course o t bined course 10 Board 2 to 225 enter at cdfreo to all time Wo the entire term opens 12 1903 fl Writo for H Pres E W r FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 tine of Trunks at Sam Bachs See Carson Bros for molasses kegs For a nice hot lunch call on Clev Her Tweddell makes good meal Try tfhim Frklts ol alt kinds at City Rasta rant l Sce for Carpets and Rugs Studio her It City Restaurant for everythln grod to cat 1 j Cleve Her delivers Groceries an1 where in town t Celebrated ArIzona Stoves lor sal bYW S Tinsley Dr D W King the Oateopatb l at G HardwIcks on hit r for I I FOR INSTANCE of for you heavy English cheviot 27 silk collar tailormado reverses threo fourths fitting double del breasted tripplo stitched inverted now turnback cull flappocketslined throout mercerized nearsilk- doublostitched all round blue regular Eightrdollar 500A MISSES JACKETS col- larconnectingwith bIg J harmonize cardinal regular beauty is300of Jackets pro alwaystho JPlace 1r Biliousness Chronic woR- th gees dinner AMONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS themr Williams Druggist Hartford tt wSl tdSS THIRD FLOOR RiLEY BUILDING HAR FORDModern equipment Personal instruction business TuitionRegular positions Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriters furnish shorthand students Students may continue Spring January CATALOGUER HANKINS PATTERSON VPres Hartford Republican ttiBig CaronCo ag3cdiectersPloatlog Hoitierd Call examInationtf For best Groceries at lowest pain call on Cleve Her Nicest Cakes and Crackers in town at City Restaurant For an uptodate meal or Inn go to City Restaurant Nicest Fruits Nuts and Candles Hartford at Cltv Restaurant Gallon W S Tlnsley for fres family Groceries Hardware and Roof- Ing Big line oi Clothing the latest ind most serviceable styles at lam Bachs Sam Bach the leading Clotbie wants your trade I guarantee IItll fiction Fresh Oysters constantly on aad at City Restaurant and served In an1 style Nicest Cheese Sausage Dried Beel e and Crackers in Hartford at Restaurant When in Hartford get your leals at City Restaurant Firstclass every respect Big White Bed Blankets soc a pair Fairs Corduroy Walstlngs at Fairs all new shades to get Fairs Bed Comfotta at 950 are tbeest regular I quality Mens heayy fleeced Underwear leer to soc at Fairs Blgglst line of Gloves are at FelrsTi aye buys a good lined paIrnlsh Ladies Flannel and Mercerized Skirts soc and fi at FaIrMisSee Fairs heavy ribbed 150 HoseC L They are regular aye goodlphIs New fall shades ol Kid Gloves atBIFaIrs All gloves fitted to the band Ladles Misses and Childrens tent Union Suits 250 to soc per suit at Fairs Fleeched Piques the newest mate for waists Fair has it at 150 per the pard day ere Mr C P Nowllna children who have been very sick of typhoid fever Mare Improvingneal The celebrated HamiltonBrown was- Shoe is sold by Sam Bach Every tree paIr guara teedfeA great line of Fruits ApplesPears Grapes Bananu Oranges Lemons at Cleve Ilers I Fine line ol Shoes at Sam Bachs rices to suit everybody Remember press very pair guaranteed hIghly Just received new Flannels aud Corto havc uroy for Waists Ask to see them CARSON Coat Messrs M T and D W Likens have sold their store at Jingo to Mr E- Alva Crnme of Grayson county See our Trunks and Valises A that line just received- EcoNOCvv DRY GOODS STORK people every Heavy underwear for men and boys and specialty at Economy Dry Goods man Store MRS S C SMITH Its time to put away that light nderwear and invert In a new suit at Sam Backs Warm serviceable and cheap of to Sam Mens Wool Suits only 275 at Bachs sizes 35 to Black Clay Suits 300slzesCOI to 4ZtonIf you have a Watch Clock Gun Jewelry that needs repairing brings ble to McHvaln the Jeweler Hartford louse R L Tweddell is now ready tobe rind your corn Satisfaction gnat steed Mill located southend iron as ridge Hartford Ky tfInll Keep warm this winter by buying oae of our latest style overcoats the- Prlcea to suit all- Ecoxouv been Day GOODS STORB tbat We are still selling remnant calico at 16 rte per pound We the bolt Average weight five poundsHe per bolt CARSON CoPbn Call for our Twin Owl shoe lor had boys Money refunded II shoe proves nsatlsfactoryECOKOUX DRY GOODS Sroaaan or See those AllWool Boys Suits at HIs Sam Bachs lor only fr4oslzell 8 toto IS years Youths black Clay Worst heed Suits only290Sizes r4 to 19 yearlWANTUDS1Ieet Potatoes Irishat to Potatoes good Green Apples ens eggs Dried Beans Dried Apth plea Feathers and ButterneCARSON Co We have only got tea cases of rem RIhustlehare u it la going fast CARSON Co Pure Bone Fertilizer for sale I- wUt give you the best prices ever made on pure raw bone Call andl- ICe the State Chemists test F M WBSTERFIED Hartford Ky Dont forget when you come to town to bring along some Chlchens Turkeys Feathers Eggs Butter Bacon Hams Lard Irish and Sweet otatoes Dried Beans and Dried Ap pIes CARSON Co Biggest line ol Gloves ever shown I In Hartford at Sam Bachs Boys and Mens working Gloves IYGloves up Gloves to suit every tody and all kinds ol work Our second shipment of Cloaks Jacket and Capes just received Velvet Capes from 1250 to to Children and Misses a specialty ECONOMY Day GOODS STORE An Oweusboto dispatch to the Louisville Times Wednesday said hthat anthrax had broken out among the cattle at Megan in Ohio county and eleven head had died on three Inarms We have made careful laves Igatloa ol the matter and find It was a fake List of letters remaining ednle Cor in the Hartford Postoffice Miss Mamie Stewart Miss Nannie Jones zMr Aaron Barrel Mr Norman McCorkle Mr Joe Simon Mr Orville W Lamson Mr S M James Mr c O Coleman Mr Thos L Bell G R Hazzelwood and Rev A Goodall 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 on farm of Messrs M S and ltygrown Neal near Prentls this county which farm is for either rent or sale the ensuing year For terms etc In call on or address R P Neal Hart ford Ky Dont forget the big deer chase to otrow Fairs great Shoe stock enables you the very best Shoe at the low ville price Try them Everybody is coming to Hartlord ville morrow to witness the old time chase at the Fair Grounds town Hartford Cornet Band will fur music for the big deer chase and vllle races meeting tomorrow W G Hardwlck and daughter In Marie Fiancls visited Messrs and Henry HardwIck at Mem was last week C Street the popular 1monl tersonator will Rive an entertain at college hall tomorrow night called Everybody should hear him State Commander Elkln and StatcSui rganizer Wine organized a lodge of Knights of Maccabees here Mon night with about twenty mem hereMr Miss John R Taylor a farmer liver Beaver Dam was killed a tree Wednesday Mr TaylorJ out on his farm alone cutting aLo a limb of which in some way ens on him crushing his skull Pro Edwin C Street the gifted went ipersonater will appear In TbeDr haracter CastA Life StudyatLo liege Hall tomorrow night notices of Professor Street are complimentary of his abtllt amuse and entertain He sbouldJ a liberal house Tickets on saleWI Griffins drug store Yerkes Speaking John W Yerkes spoke here Wednesday to the the largest crowd has gathered here during the present campaign At least 1000 packed the court hall and filled of available inch ot apace to see to listen to the eloquent gentleb from Danville He was need In a few well chosen words by iolJ S R Wedding- In the beginning of his speech he revIewed the career and public service Chief Justice Gully and appealed voters of all creeds to unite In keepIng the highest court in the al above the blighting of machine polities He show Judge Guffy to be a man of th- rongeat personality and unimpeach integrity He then turned his attention to the national Issues before the people andVj the benign influences ol Republican rule In the Northern states opposed to the narrow and blight effects of Democratic predomi ance In the South He said that Democratic party had always a party of retreat and detest i the Republicans never look for residents but are governed necessity and demands of the bourF paid a high tribute to American and ascendency and showed ever epoch of its development been marked by Republican rule He showed himself to be a scholar the Crest discriminating powers da polished orator of the rarest gifts speech was universally conceded be the best of the campaign heard re and voters of all parties were outspoken in praise of it as In the evening a dinner was given ly the home of Col C M Barnett MrYerkes and Dr James at which e county officials and other proml nt Republicans were present MUSIC icb Mellow and Sweet Runs Madly to Waste Hartford citizens who are lond or musIc are grateful to the Democratic t CampaIgn Committee for a display ol that article yesterday afternoon Hon Dave R Murraya orator ol some note had been exten Ively and extravagantly advertised t speak here and the band had been mThe loyed for the occasion Only a I fnl of voters came in to the speaking bnt the boys had to be paid IWISt3 and they gave us some nice musIc After much ringing of the bell unplug the bass drum about aen and boys came into the court house to hear the speech Mr Mnr ray was sick a could not come but be would have been perhaps bad he seen the size ofthe crowd the bd come to hear him Hons D H Smith and Tom Pettit came to fill the appoIntment but Ben D Rlngo dk the speaking Mr RIngo devotes efforts to attempting to reply tc Mr Yerkes speech the day before Mr Rlngo finally quit and then Ur Pettit talked some and then he quit The music was real good BARRETTS FERRY Mr James Shreves and Mrs MIn Miles were quietly married at the brides sIsters Mrs Brintoi rant last Thursday N sOra Grant visited her parents Jr and Mrs Wm Monroe Friday and Saturday ejMr Willie Hrl and wife were the of relatives near Shreve Sunday Mr Walter lemons and wile wbo iav4 been visiting Iriends and rely yes here the past three weeks nrned to their home at Cynthia Mr Elbcrt Ford and Miss Maggl Burch were married Sunday liter noon at the brides home near Shreve Mrs B L D Guffy of Frankfort Kywas the guest of her brother Mr Wm Monroe of near Olaton ABOUT PEOPLEjn Mrs Henry Field went to LouisAro Monday liver Mr Clarence Field went to Louis Monday- Mr II a was InThl yesterdayofMr Sherman Park went to Evans yesterday I Mr J II Roberta Fordsvllle was rouse Ad lng BleepMrin town TuesdaytoMr J WDuvall Select was among callers Wednesday Esq John M Graham Narrows 3nro on us Wednesday- Mr ho =and Mrs F L Felix went to Springs Sunday Col C M Barnett Louisville is spending the week with his family And S A Sandbach and sister Lula Frledaland were pleasant A callers at this office Saturday fr S T Stevens and wile went to olored Monday where Mr Stev nIght will attend the Kentucky Independent wedlock Telephone Association- Dr Bur E W Ford wile and children when to Louisville Monday where groom Ford will attend the Grand of Knights of Pythias and thelady Telephone In AssociationsheMessrs S A Anderson Robert ave Alva Taylor and W H Barnes went to Louisville Monday torun attend the meeting ol the Grandno son oi PstblasJackPublic SaleT- houndersignedas upon executor Aunt tho estate of T L Griffin tory deceased and to close up the ed of Z Wayne Griffin- S It Bro will on Saturday November of 15 1902 at HartfordT Kyoffer for sale at public Aunt auction to the highest and that nest bidder all of tho person band property of said decedent consisting of cows calves that hogs buggy farming imple to ments such as plows mowing lima machine rake harrows culti clodmasher a lot of ed hay and corn and growing lully crop At the same time will ell a complete stock of drugs went md druggists sundries owned not iy Z Wayne Griffin Bro tbe Also two and ahalf shares of a tuck in tho Ohio County air Company Sale will be gin at 9 oclock a m All sums under 5 cash in hand theIr tOver 5 three months timeanc withlapproved security as Z WAYNE GRIFFIN Executor ot Mr John B Foster has opened upa first class grocery in the J A Thom building Mr Foster was former in the merchandise business in Hartford but was burned out here nIce several years ago We take pleasure In recommending Mr Foster as an left honorable upright man entitled toen the fullest confidence of the pubUcend Strayed From our stable October 29 one roan mare about 15 hands high in medium fix about eight or nine years old had piece of rope around neck when last seen Suitable reward for Informa Ion of her whereabouts or return to day nsB B COIXINS Co- Hartford Kydo ticNotice of Dissolution CONcaRNmThe firm oi Z Wayne Griffin It 0Bro Yeiser has been dissolved3Osts interest of Z Wayne Griffin It Bro in said firm has passed to N A teller This October 29 1902 Z WAYNR GRIFFIN BRO r dGood canned Tomatoes 8c at the now Cash Grocery Try them I kerY M C A Conventions The first annual convention of the Ohio County Young Mens Christian S Association was held In Hartford from Friday until Sunday Mr E W Patterson was elected president j The opening services were conducted by RevJ C Fettle A large of young men of Ohio and counties were present A World Wide Movement a lecture with steroptlcon Illustrations by Mr W I McNaIr of Louisville was interesting and in one of the most structive features of the convention Mr McNair illustrated by word and canvas pictures the powerful influ ence ol environment upon the future of the lives oi our young men This was one of the most powerful and ef fective practical lessons to young men that It has ever been our pleasure to witness The very liberal attendance that greeted the convention was certainly very encouraging to the organization KyTho now Cash Grocery quote you prices next Watch for them Hon J A Email of Bullltt county is the nominee of the Prohibition party for Congress in this district in the Back N symptoms of a weak torpid or condition of tho kidneys or and aro a warning it is extreme Elazardous to neglect so imports healthy action of theso organs aro commonly attended by losll energy lack of courage and some by gloomy foreboding and do pondency thad palm In my back could not leep when I up In the morning relt than the night before I began Uk Bonds Saruparllla and now I cat and get up feeling rested and able to work I attribute toy cure entire lloodi Sanaparilla WmJN Final n8 Copeland Pike Iload Ala ItHoods Sarsaparilla and Pills kidney and liver troubles rellevi back and build up tho whole system AUNT MIMA READY I Bur Willing But the Wed ding Didnt Come Off mighty host of colored and white pcctators who had assembled at the Baptist church Monday to witness the union in holy of Aunt Mima Young and Park were sadly disappointed at the appointed time the to be failed to appear Aunt Mima Is a nice old colors of very ancient birth so ancient fact that all ol those living when passed the first mile post of life Iipassed into the beautiful beyond and as her memory does not back quite to that Important date one knows her age but it is reis certain that had the roar or musketry echoed among hills it would have falter Aunt Mimas ears Bur Is younger and more sprightly that Mima but for reasons satisfac to them his friends have insist upon supervising his conduct and was a bit of this supervising thai prevented him becoming the husband Aunt Mime Monday night was Indeed no objection to Mima who had served two husbands faithfully and well until cruel tyrant death laid his Icy upon them but because tbey thought it best for Bur to live alone his friends would not allow hIm marryDespite her advanced age Ant Is a lady of good taste and she Insisted on the church being decorat for the occasion which was taste done On account of the novelty of theII occasIon a number of the white out to the church and took ant Mima numerous servicable If beautiful presents ranging all way from a fine toothed comb to 4 meal slve We could not attend 4- 11the wedding bnt we sent the bride a- nIce head of cabbage Thexhurch was crowded the light taming brlghtlythefloversemlttlng perfumes and the bride stately grand arrayed In a gown of spotless white held in her hand a boqnel big as Mount Sorato but thi groom came not In a lonely cabin in the north cnt1 Hayti Bur sat dejected and alone prisoner in the keeping of those whom he supposed his friends The hours wore sadly and sorrow fly along for But but the many presents proved a balm for Ann Horns wounded heart and she finally the church as cheerful as a chick In June bug time but she says the is not yet Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 1986 dl icted to me which issued from the Clerks office ol the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of Harrison Austin agaInst J J Bozarth I or one ol my Deputle will on Monday the J7th of November 1903 between the ours of i oclock pm and 4 clock p m at the Court lions oor in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to the hIghest Idder the following property or such thereof as may be necessary to satiety Plaintiffs debt interest and towlu The following two tracts of land In Ohio county Ky which are bonndet and described as follows First trac ginning at a stake the Rube Pey ton corner then N 8 E 55 15 pole o a atone thence S 83 E 34 45 poles to a stake thence N 16 E 545 poles to a stone Tom Griffins tbenc with his and Barretts line N 68 X H li 45 poles to a stone corner t1 Jackson lot thence S 8 W 26 poles to a tone thence N 74 W 27 poles to a one Taylor Carters corner thenc T 86 W 13 poles to a stone thence 2 E in poles to a stone thence N 89J W passing Stovalls lines and corners 78 45 poles to the beginning contaIning 30 acres more or less ant ect to an attorneys lien against saId land In favor of J P Sanderln mounting to tract bounded as follows ngSecondon the fist by a public road md the above described tract on North by W B Tichenors land the West by his land end on the South by his land and two acres more or less subject purchase money lien In favor ot J Sanderfnr lor tJo with Interest per cent from February 6 1900 lev led upon as the property ol J J Ioz irth TERMS Sale will be made n a credit of three months bond with proved security required bearing terett at the rate of 6 cent pel annum from day oi sale and bavin the force and eflect of a sale bond Witness pry hand this aSth yof October 1902 C P KBOWN S O C By C KBOWH D s fWISBMAN SON Leadln 1Jewelers oi Louisville have just go ten out a New Catalogue embraclo everything in the Jewelry line abt you want a handsome article lor a Christmas present at most rea onable prices write for for a cati logue W Market Street Lonl vllle KyIStf New Fall Goods i At Every Turn = INever tq our knowledge has tho fall season brought us such a profusion of beautiful Novelties fl for tho wardrobe Our storo presents almost a agaladayappearonco with its splendidcontents a- at That alwaysperplexing problem What shall I wear can bo easily solved in tho midst of this now and olaboratojirray of Dress Goods and Trim mings Our stock consists of all the newest fabrics tC Here you will find almost anything you could call for Dress Goods from 5c to 200 per yardtC Now for the Men Folks- Wo a never wore quite so well fixed We never did have so many Suits and Overcoats and such i highgrado Clothing at such low prices The prices a1are so low they would all but take your breath adont read this ad and decide that it is all a atat fake but come and see for yoursalf You are sure to be pleased We guarantee that you visit will bo profitablo a tThe Season for Shoes = i Is now upon us and wo have the best Shoes made aboth for school and dress wear Wo received 100 a h cases at ono shipment so you may know we IJveillShoes to sell Remember wo have Wolff tat school Shoes for girls and boys For Ladies and Ii Misses dress Shoes we sell tho P W Minor and G aEdwin Smith Shoes For the men we have tho atat unexcelled W L Douglas Shoe You can judge for yourself of their merits if you will only como and seo I 4pTh- e We Could Use entire column in quoting prices but you could not tell anything about the Goods unless youIwould como and see You cant afford not to como h so wo shall look for you Remember when you asee CARSON COS Stock you see the biggest stock in the county So dont fail to give ug a look Yours truly tCARSON CO Hartford = 3ofS t E PBarnes + t 8l Bro tThe Popular Trading Place JFOR THE I Green River Country J tOur Object t Wo want you to como to us for your pur chases Wo make an effort to interest you in out store by carrying largo stocks and making 1intercsting prices We want you to under 2- ii desire and ability to please and bo lievo when you inspect our lines you will at Eonco recognize the value of our offerings to 2ii Our object is your friendship and your i business for which we mako valua to returns Things tInevery department this week The new ar 2- ii in Millinery are much prettier than any former Now Readytoweara Now 4- tjt Shapes Now Trimmings Now Dress Goods 2Now Now Shoes NoW Suits New Overcoats f- tMens Shirts We bought 100 mens soft Shirts in best 2quality Madras sizes 14 to 161 Odds and f ends of an entire linn No two alike Tho 4 regular prico of these Shirts is 100 each J t Our price 75c 2theii CarpetseIngrainlGwe carry 2the size of your room and take the Carpet home with youcut to match and to fit your aptLroom Ingrains 30c 35c 40o 50c 60o and i per yard Mattings 12Jc 16c 20c 25c- 3Qo ljld35c per yard Oil Cloth 44 25c an 3PCper yard Oil Cloth 34 65c per yards i Corn I t After tho first day November we will tako 2j good shucked moxcliango forMerchandise I 3 E Pe BARNES QL BRO Beaver Dam t I I I We arefNow Ready For You With the largestandmost com plete line of Hardware Stoves Tinware in Ohio county Every sinceI coming to Hartford we haveI seen the necessity of a first class Hardware Store Complete in all ofits details We now have it and can offer you anything in this line at prices that are as interesting as the ones we have given you up to this time o- nIMPLEMENTS VEHICLES A TP d SEED We want every family in J I Ohio Bounty to see this big line of Hardware and Stoves and will for the next thirtyI days give every family who vis it us a handsome present Only one ol these goes to a fami ly Come in and see the fa mous Archer Cooking AND JjdiT Heating Stoves Which are acknowledged by all to be the best Stoves man ufactured Remember also we are headquarters for the famous Studebaker and t Corydon WagonsA- nd the old reliable IDEAL BUGGIES Over 1500 sold so far We are now buying for six largek stores which enables us to sell you goods right Yours for more business T J TURLEY CO P S Remember also we han dle the most complete line of sport ing goods in the way of Shot Guns Hunting Coats and Loaded Shells in Ohio county at the right prices J Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 Illnols Central RallroadTlmo I Tablo New time card taking effect Sunday Doc 3 DOlI at noo- nNorth Hound Month Hound ioJaltine 405a m No 121 do llll n m 10 K daeJ47p m No101du2Arpm I ol Jue 1230 pm Nolsldoea6OpmI Ioenl Freights lo HI due 760 a m Ko ItJ due 187 pm- S D VjkXUCTH Agent I o CURE FOR BURLS wstst AU LSE AIL Bat Cough a7rnp TYta 0004 Vie In ttma I old br dnegttd tl OO NSW M P TIQf sal 1 TERRITORIAL RESIDENCE i Farmer Who Lives in Two States and ThreeIthe Counties Mr Stlrmau Vowells has returned rom a business trip In Southern Ken lucky and while there had an un isual experleace He called on an ten old gentleman named Cherry and after making a trade with him they Iropped into a friendly cpnversatlon Finally the old gentleman asked Do you know where you are and where you have been since you haveI been here t if Mr Vowells looked around him to nake sure that he had not been any where except in the yard and thei louse You have been In two states and hree counties in fifteen minutes laid Mr Cherry As for myself I sleep in Kentucky and eat in Tennes lee My meat comes from Logan SimpsonroanyMr Vowells asked for an axplanaI Lion and he was told that the state line between Kentucky and Tennessee ran through the house and the line between Logan and Simpson counties in Kentucky passed between the smokehouse and the kitchen Any druggist who Icok more to the health and welfare ol his friends and customers than to the Increase ol his prescription trade will recom mend Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for attacks of constipation and biliousness They are far better thanI strong drugs and much cheaper than prescription bills G C McClure Son the leading druggists of Gallup Kywrite Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets have proved to be the most popular and satisfactory medicine we ever handled A trial will convince you ofthelr great super lorlty over ordinary liver pills 25 cts I J H Williams m Lyons Laxative Syrup ts a vegetable preparation absolutely harmless in its effect it acts gentlyon the kidneys liver and bowels cures con ttipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy Jor children na as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy a Having failed in getting old from the distressing coal strike the Democrats will now turn their attention to calamity But everybody has heard the story of the boy who foolishly yelled wolf One day the wolf came All who use atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube cts Sold by druggists or mailed b Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y New Orleans Sept i 1900 Messrs Ely Bros I told two bot ties of jour Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Limbetton 1414 De lacbalse St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him won derful and most satisfactory results Geo W McDuff Phurijatfst Farm For Sale A good farm ol sixty five acres similes x north of Hartford part hill and part bottom new house and barn plenty of watter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JOHN T LOWB Palo Ky or rGet a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all druggists drug store They are ease far to take and more pleasant In eflect than pills Then their use is not fol lowed by constipation as is olten the case with pills Regular size 25c per box m J We are the only nation of importance paying oQ our debt II says SenI Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To ring Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set Cling Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swam R Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain In th back kidneys liver bladder and every par of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soot realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing case- If you need a medicine you should have e best Sold by druggists InSOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful and a bock that tells IV more about It both sent absolutely free by mall s address Dr Kilmer b iiomt of swunpnoot Co Binghamton NY When writing men Hon reading this generous offer In this paper tor Galllnger We could selli 00000 coo of bonds at 2 per cent in E wentylonr hours The Republican way is to keep on canceling bonds as Secretary Shaw continues to Show I Dlobe Democrat Strlckon With Paralysis Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralsls and ompletely lost the use of one arm nd side After being treated by an minent physician for quite a while without relief my wife recommended lhamberlalns Pain Balm and after sing two bottles ol it he Is amost en Irely curedGo R McDonald Man Dogaa couuty W Vrf Sever other very remarkable cures of par paralysis have been effected In he use of this liniment It Is mot widely known however ns n curu for rheumatism sprains and bruises 7or sale by all druggists m Spellbinding Is good enough in its way but for simonpure ratlsfactlon a tlon of President Roosevelt in settling the coal strike was far and iway ahea of it o A Word to Travolors The excitement incident to travel- Ing and change of food and water of brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlain lollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by all druggists m a- While the Democratic orators are making the statement that the cost living Is higher this year they do tot state in this connection that the hances of obtaining employment are rcater than ever before in history- Is this not an evidence of prosperity THIS REMEDY Is sure to GIVE Satisfaction LYS CREAM BALM fllTM Rrllvl nt once It cleanm soothe and heal the dlaafed membrane It cnree catarrh and drives nway a told In the heed It laborbed Heal and CATARRH I COLDW HEAD II ITroactdrnirirltii or br mull ELY I1UOTHEI13M Warren Street Sew York Remember that President Roosevelt declared recently that the tariff Is a business and not a patty question These words are uttered by the right man and should go far towards shaping public judgment Did you ever reflect that when you cast your ballot for a Republican Con gressman on November 4 you are en dorsing the policy of civilization in the Philippines and helping to make bright the future of benighted mil lions There is one comfortable reflection for the Republicans In the campaign about to close and that Is there have been no dark days oi disaster predict ed It has been a gospel ofhope campaign and this is one that always wins because it Is popular ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY llCOBfOBlTKD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone 5and build your own lines nnd be in coonyonly paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be At the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lava call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky ow T Missouri PacificO- R IR N M UNT AU1 R UTE FROM S t aQ 1S 4r1 JmQhi + Affords Tourists Prospectors or Iiele Seekers Best Service Fastest ched ule to all points in Missouri Nt bras ka Kansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Colorado Utah Orcg9n Call fornla Arkansas Texas Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizor a Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars on oil trains Low tales Free Descriptive Literature Consult ticket agents or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Louisville Ky HC TOWNSEND G P TA St Louis Mo rURIBR JUL 2TIMES 1 YeartThe TWIC t VEER fltVKIKII JOEIINALb tbe beet paper pnblUlod In tbe United State for Democrat and for ALL render It le the equal of many Dalllci and the enperlor ol all oter ScrnlWeeVllw or WeekllM Ilriiry Wnllmon Editor Tbe Wednwday lean U devoted to HEWN JIITTKIIS tbe Saturday lute le derated to tbellOMK Kauiple cople sent frco on appli scation Addreu TILE OOlJItlEnJODlt Ntl Id lAinrUrllle Ky Kyipcclul arrangement you can let the nF ItflllIUAM anti the TtVICIIAWKKK CoDIIICItJOltllNAI both one year for only Aino- ThtIforeaebubecriplinnony Allenb crlptloni under thlt combination offer moot bo rent tbronAhl Tll ltrittlillr ii only i g The Kind Yon Ilavo Always Bought and vhlcli lens been hi uso for over 30 years lias borno the Mgnhtnro of and has been made under his personal tZ supervision stncp Its inftulcy Allow namloto deceive you In this JUt Counterfeits Imitations amlJtifcnsffooanro but Experiments that trifle with mill endanger the health of Inlhuts Slid ChlHlrcnExncIcnco against Experiment What is CASTORSA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops anil Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Dlorplilno nor other Nnrcotlo mibstanco Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrluun and Wind Colic It relieves Tccthluff Troubles cures Constipation Sad Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and panels giving healthy nod natural sleep Tile Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORSA ALWAYS S Dears tho Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years me taeu CON rTuetrrtttw CO e v V d p n oL CPBarnes Rims r 3ern a duncterUtlc charm vl itjlt peculiar lo themumi roc lortyfcur yean thoy tan the otondard for cuahrynnkaulah andniatk leautr cm u the product ts o tl Signet rivt LET US MAZE ONE Ml YOU No i 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Commercial Building SrUrxt Louts For 44 Years- C P TIARNES RlKOS hire been the tandlnl fo- raualhyamrs Southern people They ire true to nd Weight and il wayacomctb Your moaw her mother other and Ms lather lirvemaeeVounpfit no oren MottouItlali Kiinttmd Koii8ktCoU tin p e ace KoVtolct I teen all I III 4 SM Write our Catatocne el Watches and SUnOPSARNESOO 104506 W Market St LOUISVILLE KV d SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR WATCB mlalaee ISalalalIMlel Train never leave ahead it time ao thatnubtIs will line ra watchrcpalrlughareb- een for 41 year your witch to u lor Inipectlon estimate Awarile Time Fltcei Sptclallr Write for our free ol Watches and Swirling Silrcr = =C P BARNES 4 CO Waichmikiri and SIIf inIih A I 3O1SO6WblorketStLOULSVIU6 rfLfLcriICLlfitiTfD TRAINS Are opened by the Between TEXASAnd North and East Lletwoon BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS And the Northand West Between OKLAHOMA theNorth East Observation cafo cars under the management of Fred Harvey Equip m nl of the latest and best design Look at the Date On you label and you can readily calculate how much you nio owing on your sub scription It may scorn a- very small ilom to each ono in arrears but the sum total amounts to a consul oral stun and wo need it in our busi ness Dont put it off but pay it Our Clubbing List Republican and TwiceaWeok CourierJournal per Jr15O Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year 160 Republican and Louisville Commercial per year 125 Republican and Toledo Blade per year 125 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per year 133 Republican and TwiceaAVeek Now York World 150- i r FIELD SONI QSS33 tnQnccrc TRANSFERLINKInVrCzT nAnrcnD A27 D nAvn J762d I TFORD BYA FAST AND EASY RIDS IN TUB MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED All Kinds of Job WorkNE- ATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE j COLLINS SALOON HARTDOR7D KYHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines nnd Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono nnd Old Internationalspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO lJo7rKeeptl1S IRE BESrS yNE CHEAPCST F pShorTan TQerrilinyWw Studio r ila u- lNeven experienced tencbera each one n tpMlalUt In him line Irndnntei ol thin college preferro by tunlnen house We are now In our new house nearest corner Second and Walnut itrMt the DnMt and bett arranged chool linlldltiR In tb Knuth Indlrldaal Intructlon School In eaion all theyear Student ran enter at anjr time VUlton nlwaji welcome EJ HJtIUIITrrv t tls ic Qtm t s COST NO MORE THAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets lossgrown discolored requires constant expense and are and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive WhlteBronze Is strictly verlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost loss growth Is an Impossibility It Is more artistic ban stonefhen why not Investigate It has leers adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments I ana oy laousanus ni aengntea cucioniera in an parts Ot the country It lush been on the market over 35 years and is an established success Many I granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds of beautiful designs ofall grades pf workand want to have you see them If yon are Interested In a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample ol White Brorze Yours truly D J RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky I Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport 0onn t I i IfYou Want11 To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The RepublicanAnd I all the time S WlIln fJrtP1ln1IrO- 1ato Conty Circuit ConrbW T Owen Judge 14C Rots Attorney Uwentboro T H Dlack lallerl aA tndereon Oerki Ilowan Holbrook Master Corn ntMloneri 011 Liken Trnttee Jury rend Cal p Keown HberIB Ilartlord Uepity Rberltf J U Xeown Clarence Keown Jo llJlobrU n L loyd FlemHtrTcne 47CourteonVeneenntUoa nIday la Uarvb sail AuRUt and tontlnuee three weekinnd tblrd Monday In May and November two week- County CourtJ P Miller udgej hi S Rag and Clerlll W H llarnee Attorney Hertford rCoarttoDYD Scat Monday In each month Quarterly Court Ilfgloe oath third Mpnday In April July October and January Court oIClalmeConnllret Monday la Jai nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Offlcen J II Wood Surveyor Oeralro Frank Lowe Aor Ileda Jame DeWeeee tkbool Haperlnlendent Hartford Den I Day Cu toner r 7uticaa Courtn F llndton tinier DamFebruary hSUaj 17 August M December leo W Martin llalietawn February tl Maya Angutt S November 8 Jno M flrabara Dundee February 11 May 1 Augnet 2r Dereubrr 3 T A Evan FordiUle February I U y 1 Angnt t November 1 J A Illcki IlntonlFebniary 20 May t Ana net I November R W A ilonlkntrtowaFb wary II May II Angnt 88 November S D J WUcoi Itockport February I Will la August 2a Noreiaber I SXfctford relic CourttJno D Wilson Jadge J B Attorney W II Many Marshal Coirt ton Tnce eecond Monday Ieach month aUc1oua sletxChurch BoothMrrkw tblrd Riaday la each mouth Sham lid Tp n sad loarth Sunday atlpm Irayer neetlag erery We dayerenlng Her J c Tetrle Tutor- DapUttCburthSerrlcMheld eecond Suadayla each month at 11 L m and T p B Irayer meit Ingerery Thursday evening C I Church Senrlce Bret Sunday la each month at II a m and 7 p m Her J Bed paetor DIItSchool Trustee llArtlordJae R Olsen H T Hterrne U M llockrr J 11 OB Jon C Riley Town TrutaA DWhlte L F Warter J II ration W 0 HarJwIfkH J Wedding Ccrt Oocl tla A OCW meet Ant and third Saturday Blghte Hartford Lodge No tit P A A Wuo ant Monday algbt la mach moth Hough Hirer Ixxlirt No UKBl hUof Vythta meet very Tnfeday nisei Preston Morton root No 4 0 A B bold rg lar meetings Satirday before Drat adyla each moth All member ol tbe reepectlte lodge are liTt d attend All meeting ATTENTIONWhen la Owenboro fan on Wm fnklidealer IB pare ilralght VTkleklM Apple and ranch llrandlee Agent Frank Fehrirrewlng Co Jug order wiD rertUe atUntloa Tbe tot 1200 WhUkey la the Wm CUSHION IIlaleIlPmOf 66l1rInlra WILSONIHARTFORD KY OprrUI ttentloa irlrea to rolhrtianmakhg w torUlpeay 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Prompt attention given to all buleee- otratdtohim Omcelnltaretlcaxballdig l R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prAttle bb profMilon lo tbfcoorU of Ohio t and adlolnlnc eonntlee Notary Itblle M U 1IBAVIIIN EHNKSV WOODW nil HEAVRIN WOODWARD J Q te g a hOaW IIiRrroRD KT ICIAIlion Office rest door to flank ot Hartford W H BARNES Attorney at LawlAND COUNTY ATTORNEY j Will practice ble proleulon In all the CouIot Oblo and ndjololng conntle and In tb ot Appeal Strict attention will be ulna tu all bnlneM entruted to bhcare fedDectloni at specialty Offlc In conrtbonte CopyalaNTse kIinventionlyproho ntint I InananIOn fre tileeetttthroutfoMue flUII ualnIoGU n 1 pedal aofln without charge m tbe Si l1tif merkaaAha- ndsomeytilmintMweekR e r mot cillo rotation of any ectnUllo intimal Term1a- arI Jfour months iL Bold byall eswsdalen 11 3BIBroadlll t 4Da