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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL QRAII OF TDE rUTYIITItFD TB CON aE IOULDISTaICT Subscription I a year STOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDA NOVEMBER 7 1902 io16 ift r Pantslca- torici hue been written of magic rnliToTI In which Ule future- wag revealed If t ttua a nn- posIbIe w many a bright faced bride would toni the revelation pf her uhf iUlpett of all her loveliness If there II one thing which WOuld make D leetmea to 10 II1J iy s the caue II 1Co due woanIjrdIieaiea Lost health are the use or Dr riercea Pa 1reatoreclPrerIptIon It cures Irregular weakening It and cures female weakness 1t I with the Ifnlnt plnOllre that I till ru whit lr rlrree livQrtIr lrtptlon intIrdlcsl l4covery 1wriltl 1 In3ml L D3nki ofI Noflh7tl 4 Ftrtt Ilarrttbuflf Pa Tbe hive me a world of had rf1nale weknen tar Ia 1Ioulttlme wuu11 rl 10 tM4ly I dL4 not bal J found at lutt- haalulo rJrIltTa fur Ida klnt silylce J have tbs iudlcfne tllll laD boWIe au4 t1l sIwa keep 1L 11 you are led to the purchucof 4 Pavorite Prescription or remarkable cures women do not accept a substitute which hu none of these cures to its credit Fm Dv Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser jllper COvers Is Sent frw 0receipt of ax onectnt wtnpe to pay expense of mailing Or lUmpsAddnsa SOuthernRailway T1rtonala Jt1 ht Bait Soatbera 1Iat IENTUCKYTENESSEE Sodth CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR- OLNIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI I S44Sflei Tbrflalty lalri fltwaTonlf- lh sd Zaztagtos Ottnatloe tbaIr Can Tveilav ad arri loullIltrumvth-Rtrt Vnloa DtIoocun wUb Ira of lb lWula OoDU1 lIa11load utl L 11 All t L n II Forlstormstlo0addrA 215 4th Ar Loallh- C WtIl1TLOII aoa1l1 01 A LoDW tii I nHoalth aigiFlosureRosorts- Y WITHI M dia1 Waters tftio aat j Railroad aDd tbIYazoo Mississippi Valley t RAILROADI tnlillan IIpriap Atilion Wrfla 00Iell Lea WrII and ftrowuii WIII nra reg- alarly tIIIbo bJlb and pkaaiu rwort- ltb mfla Watrr a a feature aiid bIDK1- IDIaIaerolDlDodaUoa They arslocntrdonor collngaoa to tbllo oltb lUlnol Central and Ysoo A Ntaataalppl Valley Railroad In the illand rrgtos of MississippiIfad to tb nndrtgn4 for a free copy of an- lllntrstd boot dnblof them all In addi tloDIIdln HprlD ron 8prlnp nwloa spring CruIae tlprtogaandcrlttndie Hprtogi I Wtera Kantartr Dad Crest prtnge and Vliou8pilng la oatbve lllIncta areilmllat rro1 ronceridag which an Illustrated book baa baI wblrb can It bad free onnpptlcatlon- to the adjad A II hANSON O 1 1 IflInolaClralRltJiilcngo NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN EVANSVILLE AND ACHICACOA new through canine has been est b1lslfd tor the entire illstiulc over the Illinois Central betwcet Evallsvltl and ChlcagQ the line being 1 via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to ftattoon formcrlYJ a part of the P D RRy The services lias follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun 4 Lv Evnsvlle 73ouI 730am- ArChicago 7ootn 700pm- T A 4 SOUTH BOUNP Dally Ex Sun t Lv JCagck t 8J4QPP1 830arn ArBvnsvllle 8o5am 550pmf Through aleepth cars tin night trains and through free reclining chair a arl on day trains Tickets of youi local ticket agents 1 I TllENEWaYORKWQRLDThriceaWeek 1 most aDally at the of j iaWeekly IbIhe d ltfai tampalga I s oTer but tb- i iorl lIr oii 1e41 4 ianiq rndU Ii tell otniw ToIrnkbllaJi nit as It tpomptT and cilootftU tlne1 a pallotDIolhzIwk Worlds ga1arsubctIp- tlon prits Ii oal1tOQ par year We offer this p nwpaprand THe nUtlaLlCA1I to oUyettOr ttlIO Tbre11iaSTZbCdPtIOfl price otth two pa j prelIlO0 Subscribe for TilE HARTFORD REPUDLI CAN 1OO per year in tJ advance If Lb PASSING Of the Toll Houseln Kentucky Dynamiting Of Brooklyn Bridge Keepers House Recalls Raids Which Required the Services Of tbe State Militia The First Turnpike Monday night October 6th at midnight the toIlEit and house oc cupled by the keeper at Brooklyn ltldgeon the lIarfdsburg turnpike were dynsmlted and Mrs Richard Rue wife or the keeper was badly Injured The Brooklyn bridge spans the Kentucky river between Mercer and Jessamine countlu at a point where the amous scenery of that river Is grandest It Is about elgh teen miles Iron Lexington and Is one of the oldest bridges In the State and Is owned by the Lexington liar rodsbutl and Perryville Turnpike Company The tollgate and keepErs house are situated Itt the eaattn JesSlmlne County extlemlty 01 the bridge and i it Is the last tollgate In the county and one ol the last tollgatealn Centtal Kentucky The house a picturesque QUage stood In a secluded spot at- thefootofthe slyer ctlla ndwa occupied by the family ol Richard Rue who keeps the gate The destruction ol the house was the first act outs kind In recent month and seemingly was not directed against the occupants of the housebnt was simp- Iy a continuation of the agitation to compel tree pikes by the destruction ottohigates which was Incited In the fall of 97 and continued through Jhe spring of 99 and which finally re suited In the purchase of the pikes by the various counties In which they are located The agitation In Juumlpe county began earlier and continued longer and rated with more bitterness than in nearly any other county During number or mouths dlrelnl threats and acts lawlessness such as chopping down polest shooting Into and even In some cases dynamiting the keeperskouses were frequently and texlngton troopS were maintained at a nUmber of the houses for several months Finding at least that the gates could be maintained only by the presence of armed guards and the expenditure of much money the corn panics owning the pikes acceded to the demands of the rioters and sold out the pikes to the county When the pikes were sold certain bridges spanning the larger IItreams such as the Kentucky and Licking rivers were retained by the lormer owners and toil continued to be collected Until recently they remained unmolested This last act ol law leesness howlJcr seemS to Indicate that the rioters have Issued their decrte against the bridges also and are determined toaccOmp1lsh their purpose II necessary through dras tic measures What the action of stockholders will be has not been an nounced The pictures of the bridge and toll gate were taken by Mr Howard Cur ry or this city and are here published th tugh his courtesy The photo graph of the tollgate house and the cll fl towering above them as a splen did specimen ci amateur photogra phy and has appeared In the publications of certain Kentucky lall roads Even Though the tollgate at the Brooklyn bridge be replaced as It probably will be Its existence Is only temporaryand the course ofa Sew years may see Its demoUtlon togetb er with that ot all other tollgates In this State Inthe passing of the gates Ken tucky loses an old and tamillar figue ot Its landscape The tollgate Is co equal with Its Improved roads In deed th roads took their name from the gates which were the tpikesut that turned or the turnpikes By astrange transition the name turn pike ceased to be applied to tbr gate and was used solely with reference to thR roads themselves so that when the last gate baa passed away its memory will be preserved In the name now applied to aU macadamized highways Tollgates or turnpikest are old almost as the governpaent or the State On Idaich the first 1797 the Legislature passed 111 act appointing Joseph CrOckett to erect a turnpike at some convenient place and pur chas as much land as may be ne8- Iay Jor that purpose not exceeding two acres on the road leading irom Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gnp beyond whtre the road from Madison j c urt houte interSects that toad The act also provided that the road I should be farmed out to the highest bidder who should give bond and security payable to the Governor ol the State lor the faithful payment of his bid The tolI8 were also provided and Lki were For every peson except post riders expresses WOmen and children under age or ten years 9d u cents for very horse mare or mule 9d twowheel carriage 3S fourwheel carriages Gs and for every head ot neat cattle going to the eastward 3d The first macadamized road was authorized by an act of the Legsla ture passed Drcember4 5826 and provided for a road from Maysvllle to Louisville by way ot Paris Frankfort and Lexington the measure hav- Ing been recommended hy Governor Desbn In his message to the Legislature The first corporation organized to construct macadam toads was the Maysvllle and Washington Turnpike Company In 1817 The people 01- Maysvllle becorntrig disgusted how ever at the Inactivity of that company secured a charter for a road be tween the above mentioned places The charter was obtained In January 1827 Dy April the stock of the company had been taken on July the 4th the first shovel of dirt was turned and by November of the following year the road was completed Since that time work on Kentucky roads has not lagged and today Kentucky Is famous for her macadamized highways or which a historian writing In 1885 says- The abolition of tollg would render the system well nigh perfect The tollgates are Indeed becomllliria thing orthe past but It will be lodg ere they are torgotten and In the future they wilt doubtless figure lu the fiction and romance of the State ever as other Institutions hue figured Some years ago while at Martins burg W Va I was taken with chol era morbul which was followed by diarrhoea The doctors medicine did me no good I was advised toad n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dliurhoea Remedy which I did and It cured me sound and weUGA Morris Rmbrecvlll- ePI Sold by druggists OASI1OnXAIan the 1haLhdYsHanini- s8jtair Yd T S S Who Are Rich Those who have not are not always the poor Material things are not the choicest zi hes althotigh jhere- sie few who are wllillf t confer eon tempt or vlllpeedency upon them Intellectual and spiritual destitution are what render human beings really pltlble A man may have no carriage In which to ride he can walk and the exercise will benefit his health lie may have no pictures or mural paintings to pleasure him he can look upon the clouds the trees the waters the stars the cerulean zenith and drink In original splendors as an anoylnehe way have no books he can read the faces of his fellows and make original Investigations and enjoy the thrill of creating his own Interpretations he may have no an thems cathedral notes swelllug cho ruses or musical melodies he can his ten to the rippling or the water the pattering or the rain the song of the birds and the sough of the night wind I or Thackeray dldgct down on his bands and kpees and listen to the tender messages which the flowers have to tell HIs coat may be ahab by he can stand erect and burst supe riot through mere haberdashery his meal may be scant so much the bet ter for health and uppetlte he maybe Isolated a Selkirk he can people his environment with creations ol his 1m- aglnatlon Tasso was poor and had to fawn upon and flatter the Duke 0- 1Ferrira for Ii crust ol bread which he bolted In his patrons prison for a term or seven yearsyet he bequeathed the world the priceless Jerusalem Bunyau fattened on Jail rood and foul air for seven years yet the value of hie estate wIJlch he left the world The PLlgram Progress has never been accurately cqmPe4 As Eng gush cardinal a prince ot the church who lived ins palace died recently and It was found that outside of his books fBnd funlture suitable to a third class boarding house his entire estate In materJnt things was less than 1500 yet aU the Cargenlsln the world cannotbequeath to mankind anything that will equal In value Lead Kind ly Light Accumulations however grfat are mean and contemptible as compared to the priceless treasure of a well dl reeled eflort Effort Is life and alt thatmakes ltte tolerable The man who falls and falls a thousand times and who rsesbrulsd and bleeding Only to tall andfaU again atlast lu- aneffort to do good to extispate sav agry frQm thehuman heart to exorcise the dCvil of selfishneSS and t- cmakife more beautiful and better Is richer than he who pOJsessei the wealth or Ormus and of Xml Put money In thy purde said wise old Polonlus and the admonition Is as wise now as It was then and the task less difficult but thedevelopmcnt 01- I r the spiritual side of mans nature Is of even greater Importance becaurc when developed he cannot be poor 1z WITCHES Proved the Undoing of an Educated Indian ThreeMurders Committed by Him Before lie Was Brought to Justice DEAl SENTENCE COMMUTED Washington Nov I The President has commuted to life Imprisonment the death sentence pronounced upon Solomon lotenla convicted In the Eastern district of Texas olmu des committed in the Indian Territory on November a8 190r The cole Is an exceptional one In his report to the President recommending the commutation QI the death sentence At torney General Knox says This petitioner a Choctaw Indian WitS convicted In the Eastern district of Tens ofa murder committed In the Indian Territory and was sen tenced to be hanged The supreme Court of the United States has review ed the case and affirmed the Judgment of the Tower court The petitioner Is welt educated In his own tongue and In the English language He has been a lawyer Q Judge a Presbyterian minister and a man of wealth and high stnding among his people It Is also shown that he was sery charitable ani took an active part in all public matters looking toward the education and well being of members or his tribe as well as of white persons who lived with them It Is shown that for many years he had been In the habit of getting drunk but that aside from this his life has always been exemplary It appears that a short time before the murder he lost by death several children In rapid succession and believing In witches and witch craft he conceived the Idea that certain persons whom he believed to be witches were responsible for the death of his children and for misfortunes of his tribe 4 On the morning of the kllllrig be Ing more or less under the influence of liquor hI started out with the ex pressed Intention of killing certalQ parsons who he declared to be witches He first went to the house or Visa Coleman an Indll woman forwho murder he now stands convicted It appears that this woman was related to him that he had always been on most friendly terms with her had furnished her and her family provisions and had pursuaded other persons to give her work In order that she might support herself and her children Going to her house he accused her of being a witch and hot her to death with a shotgun at the same time wounding a small child that was near her At the slime time he shot and bad ly wounded a flteenyearold boy who was running away to give the alarm lie thereupon mounted his horse and proceeded to the home of a man whom he accused of being a witch and shot him to death He then proceeded to another house and killed another wo man whom he accused of being a witch He was tried for the killing of the last two persons and acquitted on the ground ofInsanity When first tried for the murder of Vlna Cole man the jury disagreed On the second trial he was convicted and the jury failing to qualify their verdict he was sentenced to be hanged I have made a very careful exam Inatlon of all the testimony In this case aside from the brief statement hereinbefore set out and I may say that absolutely no rational motive Is shown for the killing of these people by the petitioner It SeemS to be clearly established that the petitioner killed them because of his deluded be lid that they were witches and that he was justified In removing them 11 am clearly of the opinion that the sentence of death should not be carried out In this case and I am as clearly convlced that this petitioner should not have been permitted to go at large Wh = n under the influence of liquor and It is clearly shown that he Is an habitual user or Intoxicants he Is a dangerous man and however sane or normal or freed from the use of intoxIcant he might become bi imprisonment and proper care for a number of years there Is no assure ance that II ever again permitted to go at large he would not revert to his old habits The Tranquil Mind Who does pot love a tranquil heart a sweettempered balanced UCeIt does not matter whether It rains or shines or what misfortunes come to those possessing these blessings for they ate always sweet serene and calm That exquisite poise of character which we call serenity I the last lesson ofclnlture It Is the flowering or life the frultage of the soul It Is as precious as wisdom more Itu hc desired than goldyea than even fine gold how contemptible mere money wealth looks in compar- tson with a serene lIfea life which dwells hi the ocean of truth beneath the waves beyond the reach of tern pets Intle eternal calml how many people we know whoso r their lives who ruin all that Is aJeet and beautiful by explosive tempers who destroy their poise of char act r by bad blood In fact It la a question whether the great majority or people do not ruin their lives and mar their iapplness by lick of sell control how few people we meet lit life whoare well balanced who have that exquIsite poise which Is chara- cteitic of the finished character I I1ctmt J TOuptheSlackSt- onewall Jackson had small mercy on soldiers whom he caught straggling but Is said to have laughingly condoned one Instance During a forced march lu the summer of J862 he stop ed to consult with one of his general officers The entire command had passed and as Jackson and his officers rode frward to Join the column the former discovered a private up a persimmon tree Asked by the corn tJtander why he was so far In the rear the private repied- Eatin simmons Puslmonsl roared Jackson Why theyre not even ripe yet Like em green just now ex plalnt soldier And wh3 asked Jackson soften log a little with mtsement at the fellows laconic answer To drawzny Innards up to fit my rations was the answerPhiladc1- phla Led er- I People who use liver pills diight to try the well known Ramons Liver pms and Tonic Pellets No handful for a doseno constant dosingno TherareBox of 25 doses 25C J H Williams The Baby In the first person singular number the baby Is Lqual to any number of persons In plural lIe Is the nom Inatlve case until you find a name for hlmhe Is In the possessive case when he gets hold or the sugar bowl He Is In the objcctlve case when you want to give him a bath or put him to bed HIs tenses vary but the Imperfect predominates He Is In the active voice at all times day and night lIe Is In the Indicative when he wants 11 uigbeis luthe ote tis1ind when he gets It In the Imperative al ways and the subjunctive never lIe Is the subjcct of the sentence Invari- bly and governs absolutely without being limited by anybody or any thlngThe Independent Press p A Violent Attack of Croup Cured Last winter an infant child of mine had croup In a violent form says Elder John W Rogers a Christian Evangelist of Pillney Mo I gave her a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and In a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no oplutnor other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to baby as to an adult For sale by all drug gists The month of October Was one of the loveliest from a climatic stand point experienced for years and now that thelcloslDg days of the month have passed one experiences a decided regret at the thought thqt the shadow of winter Is upon the thresh old- s Keep It In Your Home And when the bowels fall to act prop erly take a dose of Lyons IAXArJV- aSvaupIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byj ThosAhlen RoslneKy Editor Duncan on hugging We are dismayed by the action of a jury who recently decided that a hug was only worth a cent Besides the fact that It was a lie It Is an awful cheapening ofa valuable asset Just think ollt One hundred for a dollar A man could go out this beautiful bright weather and hug his collar bone loose for So cents Everybody knows that a hug Is worth more than a cent Most of us would willingly pay as high as a dime But now here comes a jury and awards Ii woman who had been hugged one cent If this IS fixed by law as the ruling price there wont be any other work done this lallMeade County Ides senger teaThere Is one ratIonal way to treat 1A1at catarrh the medicine Is applied direct to the affected membrane The remedy Is Elys Cream Balm It reo stores the InflAmed tlssnes to a heal thy state without drying all the life out of them and It gives back the lost senses of taste and smell The ant ferer who Is tired or vain experiment should use Cream Balm Druggists sell it fr So dll my Brothers sf Warren Street New York will mall It a A STRONG VIGOROUS MAN j Is Liable to Break DownPeruna is Sure to Restore lion Frank Dunn Alderman TwentyFourth DIstrict wIesf- rom 232 East FlftyElghth Street New York Cty The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen There Is no remedy for s brokenrIowll system that I know of which will so effectuslly storehcalih lIS Peruna Whenever I am overworked or suffer iromth cons qtlen es 01- s cold slew doses of Peruna builds me up agaIn thOr quickly than- ai2ythlg I ever tried I find It especially vBlusbl1i fOr starrh Three bottles cured me three years ago of cstsrrlt of thi litOrnach url I have never hlldthe feast symptoms of Jt sinceII Very trulyr 1 FRANK DUNN 1dUIBuZtlIriiii N YoClty u DEFIED THE MOB Negro Accused of Triple Murder Was Landed Safely In Jail at ParagouldI Wynne Ask Nov zIfIt Is In my power to prevent It there wilt be no lynching In Cross county as a result of the tragedy In which the three daughters of Thomas Gibson lost their lives early yesterday morning So said Sherlfl A Hanimett lu a brief speech to a mob of one thousand men this morning The Sheriff had just returned to Wynne after spiriting away David Cross the negro who had confessed to the triple murder and assault Five minutes after he rode Into this village the sheriff was called upon to make know the whereabouts of Cross He refused In no uncertain terms and em phasized the statement that if violence was attempted It would be a sad day for the participants Later the Shcrlff left town tojoin his ceputles and tonight It was an nouuced that Cross had been safely landed behld the bars of the Pars gould Jail a In Memory Aunt Ophelia Martina LlDdly was born In Ohlocounly Kentucky Jan nary 30th 1825 and died In peae In hartford Ky October r6th 1902 She was married to uncle u J C Llndly September 8th 1846 She professed religion when about seven teen years old and Joined the Methodist church where she lived an acceptable member for a long term of years She was still a member of the Methodist Episcopal church In PoInt Pleasant class at the time of her death Aunt Ophelia was highly es teemed and sincerely loved by a large circle or friends Her genial friendly cheerful hospitable nature made her quite aJavorite where she was known As a wife we think ehe endeavored to follow the example of Sarah who Obeyed Abraham calling him Larch Pet t 36 In her manner of life she was plain Indnstrlous neat and modest Her adorning was The or nament of a meek and quiet spirit which Is In the sight of God or great price It She was the mother of seven children four sons and three daugh ters Four oher children preceded her to heaven As a mother she was tendcr loving faithful patient seek Ing to bring her children up In the nurture and admonition of the Len- In response to her love and faithfulness her children rise up and can her blessed As a neIghbor and friend aunt Ophelia was faithful In minister lug to the wants or the poor ati4 un fortunate and afflicted she sought to do good In her religious life she was meek humble spiritual and prayerful She loved God she loved the bible she loved the services and worship of the house or God She was a strong believer In prayer and power oprayer At times she would shout the praises of God In the public I cooregation She wis not able to talk much lu her last sickfless Her life her testimony and expeil ence testify to us that she died In love May wefollow her good exam plea and finely meet her In heaven A FaIIUlD- I Lots of people wh JlufferfromcolI- stlpatlon or biliousness know hey need a medicine but refrain dreading the common griping purgIng ack cuing sensations ot the ordinary remedies Now we are prepared to sup ply a treatment that Is void of theaC unpleasant eflectsa modcrn mild pleasant thorough remedyRantons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets Two medicines complete cure 25 cents Sample free for the asking J H Williams Lyons Laxative Syrup IsD vegetable preparation absolutely harmless In its effect It acts gently on bowels cures con itipatioiibiliousness sick headache I clears and makes the blood pure Au Ideal remedy for hUd ten as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy r Missouri Pacific OR rnoi MOTAIR n UTB PROM QJi t mQ l Affords TourlstsProspectors or Home Seekers Best Service Fastest ached ule to all points In Missouri Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Colorado Utah Oregon Call fornla Arkansas sexs Ipnlslan Old and New Mexico and ArJzona Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars on all trains Low lates Free Descriptive Literature Consult ticket agent or address R T G MtvTifgws T P A- Lonlsvl1le Jt- yIIe TownsEND GP TA St Louis M- oa J1OnxABear thelb IItd Yni hare Mrn Blpsua of Yd utMI Woe Constipation TabeLlon LazatlyeSyrupan Ideal remedy tor per ToNIO Is a medicine that give tone 11to some pin of the system There are different kinds of tonic but the tonic most needed In this country whore catarrh is so prevalent Is a tonic that operates on the mucous mom brancaPeuna fu nlcto the 1u qulDom bnanee qfjthowhole iY It glyos tone to the paPqItr7 which eoa ititutes these thcthbrancs Peruns Li a speciflo In its operation upon tho mucous membrane It La a tooth that stnikea at the root ot alt cat- arrhal atrecUons It gives tone to the minute blood vessels and the terminal nerve fibres Catarrh cannot exist whcro Peruna Is usod InleUlgonUy- Peruna socks out catarrh In all the hid den parts of tho body Paul Landrum writing from Atlanta Go says In January last I began the uso of your Peruna and Mnnniin for what was termed organto heart trouble At that time Icould scarcely walk to my place of business without stopping to test and on arrival felt completely xhau3ted Had aevere paInJ In my heart and general dizziness After using thoftrd bottle ot Forums I began to Improve and today I feel that I am a sound rnan and I work fourteen hours A day without any bad teel1ngPaul Lsndrn- mAMIkcrdan employee ot theC Do Q nILWost Burlington Iawniteet I had catarrh ot tim stomach and small intestines for a number ot years I wont to a number of doctors and got no relief Finally ono ot my doctors samelatefor mo that I had cancer ot the stomach and there wu no cure Ialmost thought the same for breath wu something awful I could hardly stand U U Will io oftonaivll I could not eat anything withOut KtCat misery and X gradually grew worse Finally I got ono ot your books and conclndod Iwould try Peruna and thank Ood I found a relief and a cure lor that drobdini diseo I took fl1m bQtUoa of Jclt1I1A and two ot Manalin and I noW llagbetter41 my house all the UmoA MI ord- Ifiudo zqt derive brompt and Istla PenmaWritefull statetoent ot your ClIO and ho will be pleased to give you his valuabJ ad Tice gratIs Address Dr lartman rosldeD oa- Th lisxtaa SWtAriaa Vol Ohio CIUCIIESTERS ENGLISh I PENNYROYAL PILLS o e o- coll ubS4P fnIAIattltCIIICJlLTER ilbbonTk23uyetoatDuicgito IdirkrbyaIWIUUtML onloaxarsa onnauoAL 00siqo 1IIA41aooe Iqur UII I5 MUlkiw ROUGH RIVER- TELEIHONE cOMPANY llooaroaaTsoLalK cnenp ann necessary you should patronize home folks where youcau bu own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense ii you sayso We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lana call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky URIBRJJOVM1A- LI TIMES 1 A WEEK I 04 Times a Year The TWIC1AWEER COURIER JOURNAl ta the bt paper pblllhad In the Vetted Htatea for Democrats an4 ror ALL risder It tb eqaal ot man Dailies and the sepe4or ot aU oter tnalWk1I or Weeklies nnr7 WaSironEdltor lbs Wocnsa lisa 15 deyotelto IIEW- NTlnR3th8aturlay Iuela doted 0- ib nOJtE8napl copl eut free OlPpU cation Addrvu TUE COURIERJOUR- 1AL CO LoarlayW ICy D special arrangenent loa CnS get th REo- PC8L1UAN and the TWICEAWEE- 1CUVRIERJOVRNL both one year for only 8IIiO- Tb for cash subscrIptions onLy AU tab scslptloni under this combination offer mt be entthrongbtTbe Republican oOlce Nasal OATARRH IaIllItsStagstbsei ilionid be deanlin- eFlJI Cream Balm damttloothelln4bull the dltoucd uiembrsn- eIlcurecturb and dilyc- sway a cold Is the head 11IC I I I iinlcklyesia Balm It placed Into Its nostrlIspreada- C the tDelDbrao and I ablorbt4 JIalIar 111mI- DcdIato anh care toUon hItsaotdrtag4osn- ot product irsezlng Laze size SO cents at rac- opuorb1maUi TrIaiSlzeioeeatibyfliili JL 1I1OTUXWI GI Wam1181reCt C TOJ Hartford Republican hodbylhe Ilartlord lubtlblagCnmlaU1 osronronars- oJOUN IICUtY T11031M4 Editor orCCEXO = cunbzll11ncSHH31oub lvZH FRIDAY NOVEUDER 7 hates of Adverllaing- Traneknt adtertkement tOe per Inch lint rnRrllaa 120c per lath each addlUODallnaertlou apetal rates ou Jearlr tODtraeta Loral notlmr lOe per line lint lnxrtlon Gc perj tine inch addltlonal tneertlo- nQrrdoftheotan I and obltDorlt cote a tine Cash la IId1 DCTUESDAYS ELECTION The election Tuesday was remarks bly free from brawls and fatalities over the entire county due perbaps- to its lack of national significance nnd and the fact that the voters were universallyapathetic The returns from East North and West were especially gratifYIng to the Republicans indicating the fact as they did that their management of national af faire meets the unqualified approval of the thinking and progressive part or the nation Over in Ohio Torn Johnsons Senatorial aspiration and his campaign tent wero engulfed is common ruin and burled by the magnificent majut ity for the Republicans or 100001 Indiana swung into line with an increased majority or 85000 insure ing the reelection of Chas W Fair banks to the United Stalea Senate Odell has carried New York again by a 10000 majority Peunaylvania is still in the Repub- llcnn column by n neat little margin of 175000 Massachuselts elected the entire Republican State ticket by increased majorities Even Nebraska and Colorado turn ed their backs on the false prophets of Democracy and swung into line The South bas again gone Democratic though the majorities in many of the Southern States and especially Mississippi were greatly reduces Disaster and defeat have overtake tbe Repubhcans in Kentucky Gull and DuRelle were both defeated leaving the Court or Appeals with five Democratic and two Republican Judges This removes the last barrier from a political organization that has boldly and ruthlessly disregarded tbe rights of the opposite party to hold office and leaves Goebelism unri strained and unchecked to run riot in old Kentucky Official possibilities or Republicans are now at a serious discount and rest wholly with tbe pleasures or a court of the bitters partisan cast The beneficient influence of Republican rule felt over tbe Northand East has again been rejected in Kentucky and ever breach made by the Hepublicans in theChir cee wall exclusiveness to admit esp fiat and enterprise bas been repaired The magificent heritage handed down to us by Kentuckians of other days who were distinguished no less as- statcemen than warriors has been stained and sullied by the blightin touchof modern Democratic machir politics If coming events cast their shadow before themthe pIcture IS eer tainly a gloomy one for all loers or political anti civil liberty in Kentucky r Tun Democrats have nominated Mr T F Birkhead for CircutJudge Those acquainted with Mr Birkheads qualifications or rather his lack of qualifications for the office view his nomination as an impending calamity The rural element in the Democratic party nominated Birkhead upon the silly idea that Judge Owen was a candidate for a third term They were not familiar nor did they appreciate the importance of Birkheads incompetency Mr Birkhead is so far as we are advised an honorable citizen but ho does not have a rcpt tBtion as a lawyer that would justiC him in aspiring to the County Attorneys office in a backwoods county Professional and busineiS men here who recognize the dangerous possibilitie- of Mr Birkheads incompetency are already conferring together in all effort to devise some plan by which hie election may be averted Asuccess ful Democratic business man her who has never been in any sense a politician put it right when he said if the Democrats of the district had realized how completely the lives liberties and property of our people were 1n tho hands of the Judge otthe Circuit Court the result would have been different There will be twelvemonths in which to familiarize tbe people with the dangers of electing a Circuit Judge who is not a proround lawyer Politics should be a smal factor in the election of a judicial of fleer and it the Republicans wil nominate a conservative able lawyer like Mr George W Jolly the people when familiarized with the situa Lion can bl depended upon to securE his election Now talitBirk head has been nominated the Republicans have a gold en opportunity to elect a Circus Judge for the sixth judicial district It is almost unanimously agrees among Democrats that Birkbead il wholly incompetent and unsuited fOI this bigh position Many Jlepublic a aU8 of ability and splendid legal attainments can he found who would reflect credit on this position of trust There seems to be no good reason vhy we should not unite on some one of these and elect him Than S COLER who wu defeated by Benj B Odell for Governor or New York Tuesday now cries fraud and threatens to contest It is inconceivable how a man backed up by the notorious political organiza tionknown as Tammany Hall wbich pure rascality and professional fraudsurpasses anything or the kid the planet could have the unblushing impudence to bring the slightest charge against the meanest criminal on Devil IslandrNOTWJTIISTANDINO the fact tha the Intense interest in the Birkhead Owen race and the lavish spending money by both candidates and then friends and beneficiaries brought outtII almost the entire Democratic vote and the corrupting influence in the Republican ranks especially among the colored voters with money furnished by the corporations against which Judge Gully had rendered decisions old Ohio county still remains substantially Republican A DOZEN persons were killed ape a score were injured by a premature explosion of fire works at Madison Square Garden New York Tuesday night The demonstration wu in honor or a Democratic congressmal who had just been elected As usual under Democratic min management of state affairs tbe teachers will go without their pay Saturday but then the people still vote for this and they should hay what they want although it isnt always beet ALTuouou It may require the official count to determine yet it seems safe to predict that Birkhealt and Ringo have won the nominations for CircUit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney respectively RrpuDLtCANS who failed to come out and vote Tuesday are responsible in a measure for all the evils which are sure to follow Democratic ascendancy iu Kentucky uPENNYlACKEn sounds a little queer but it seemed to mean a whole heap over in the Keystone State Tuesday AFTER all the Kentucky Republicans have something to be proud of We elected one school trustee in Louisville Toy L Jonxeo has closed the CirCUS season and gone into winter quarters at Cleveland BIRKUEADe top line scheme worked Particulars next week OLATON- Mr John F Allen and wile spent last Sunday with Mr Will Allen and family near Narrows Mr J 11 Canon and family spent last Sunday with Mr Oscar Mtdki and family In the country Mrs Clyde Kirk Horse Branch was the guest of Mrs Will Lyons SundayMisses Elizabeth and Pauline Miller and Master Lyons Miller Horse Branch visited their grandmother Mrs Will Lyons Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Henry Felix vis- Ited Dr C W Felix and family Sunday Miss Zella Lyons Is visiting ber sister Ms S J Pence East View W S Young Sons new storehouse Is near completion and add greatly to our little village Mr Frank Laudrum and wlCe of near Post Grllyson county will move to our town In the near future We welcome Mr Landrum and wife In our midst Mr D D Youngs new cottage Is nearing completion Prof J D Stewart Is progressing nicely with his school at this place Mr Joe L Daniel Is on the sick list Mr J B Cannon who has beer sick Is able to be out IIgllln The party given at Mr J C Du gnus last Saturday night was highly enjoyed by lilt present Mr Sam Farris who has been very Ill with typhoid fever Is improving Mrs Francis Burden who has beer confined to her bed since last May Is slowly Improving Mr S A Landrum Spring Lick was lu town this week Mr J L Young has resigned hit place In the store for a position as traveling salesman State of ssLucasPrank J Cheney makes oath that be Is the senior partner of the firm of- F J Cheney Co doing business Ln the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Ca anti that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December A D z886 + A W Gleason SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter rally and acts directly on the blood tad mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Said by Druggists 7SC calls Family Pills lire the best CHILD KIDNAPPEDadou Evansville Woman Steals Her Little Girl In the City of lIenderson of Susan D3xley a seven year old girl was kldnllped from the Jefferson streetSa school sas the Henderson The particulars as furnished thefi I Cleaver by parties Interested about liS follows Just before noon a woman heavily veiled stopped In front ofa negro louse on Elm street just south oOdIJerson within hat a square liS Jefferson school building and asked a negro woman II she would loan to sit In until the school gaveInl The negro woman gave hers was chair and the veiled woman took her seat to await her opportunity According to the negro woman she had little to say liS she sat there Fl recess for dinner was announced the hundreds of children began pouring from the building Immedl- IItely the strange woman was alert sad at the distance of hilt a square of scanned the faces of the school chit end dren as they passed and scampered the hither and thither on their way to their homes Finally the woman spied the girlish face she sought and trembling with To emotion and excitement she turned asked Bessie Williams a negro girl standing near to go and tell the child to come to her The girl obeyed and soon the mother pressed her child to her breast and two little arms twined lovingly about her neck tears came to the eyes of both and It was a touching scene This scene lasted but a moment for the strange woman seizing the child by the hand turned to the nee gro woman and said This Is my little girl and thanking the old nev gress for her chair and the negro girl for calling her child the two went away together hurrying toward the ot riverFate seemed to favor the mother for not until about 6 oclock was It known that the child had been stolen Her Lacher J W Baxley when he and the mother separated some months ago had left the child with Mr S Bennetts family When she did not reach home lit the proper time Mr Beunetts family became anxious about her Mr Bennett who Is em ployed lit the Eclipse laundry was notified He Immediately began an Investigation and In making Inquiry learned that IIIckman Locket had seen the child go away with the woman He questioned Mr Lockett and Bettle Williams the negress and thetruth dawned upon him It was learned that just before noon the mother of the child had crossed the Ohio river In a skiff landing near the plllnt of the tobacco extract works She left her skiff at the waters edge and hurried toward the school building where she knew berI child would be After securing her little daughter the two hurried back to the skiff and unmolested recrossed the river and disappearedIt she had au accomplice who came down with her from EvansI cilia and that a vehicle was lu waltI Ing on the other side About 6 oclock Mr Baxley the childs father was notified of what had happened and he at once repoJtI ed the matter to Chief Henry who In tarn notified the Evansville police to be on the lookout for her At the May term of court Mrs BaxI Icy was granted a divorce but the father J W Baxley was given the custody of the little daughter- FORDS a VILLE Mr Arthur Smith came down from Glendeane to vote Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ben RltJgo of Hartford were In town Monday Mrs J J Tilford and son Paul went to Rostne returning Tuesday Messrs J D Wilson and Ike San dertur of Hartford were here Satur day MIss Alma Ford Is still unable to be In school Mr Walter Pant spent Sunday Gleudeane Miss Flora Haynes who bas been making her home with her sister Mrs D C Petty lit Rockport has accepted a position here with Wilson ShrewsberryMessrs r Cecil and Collie of Owensboro are here this week In the Interest of the Y M C A Mr Millar Reynolds of Reynolds- was here Tuesday In the capacity of officer of the election Misses Emma Jett and Alice Black 01 Hllynesvllle have been the guests of Mrs JeU McCarty for severlll days Messrs James DeWeese and C P Keown of Hartford were In town Monday Mr Alfred Clarke of Owensboro was here Saturday night the guest of Miss lIettie Reynolds Messrs Derry Evans and Will Neel of Whltesvllte are In town on busl ness Mrs MorJock of Lewlsport was tbe guest of Mrs I C Adair Monday Mr Will Sargent spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Byron Bean at DutJdeeMrl Gentry and little son of Horse Drancb were lu town Tuesday Mr Crlt Miller has sold his Interest fn the livery stable to Mr R L God sey and will travel for a Louisville grocery firm Mr P C Cooper is having the oundatlon laid for a thousand dollar ottage which shall be quite a nice to the residence poition of townMrs Graham and daughter Bessie of Narrows visited Mrs Mack Smith several days recently Mr Ollie huff of near town le ill typhoid fever Mrs Sallie Reynolds and Miss Julia of Reynolds were here shopping Mr Sam Turner was the guest of In toeyn Sunday Mrs Mal lIarl of Shreve WIIB the guest of he parents Mr and Mrs Iutber Shreve Monday and Tuesday Mr W W Camp haves Saturday for Memphis to toke a trial run express messengl r going West to Little Rock with the view to acceit this position If he likes lt- Mr Tandy Hanof Owensboro In In town Tuesday Mr and Mrs C Smith Miss Irene Smith Messrs Charlie and Wayne Reynolds and Miss Jessie Reynolds spent Sunday plcnlclng on Rough creek near Dundee Cut this out and take It to aU druggists drug store and get a Tree Clhamberlaiua Stomach aadLtver Tablets the best physic They cleanse Invigorate the stomach nTprove appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25e per box Notice of Dissolution WnoM JT yAY CONCERN The firm Cot Z Wayne Griffin Bro Yeler has been dissolved The Interest of Z Wayne Griffin Bro lu said firm has passed to N A Yeiser This October 29 1912- 15t3 Z WAYNE GRIVNIN Dao The Stayatliome Vote Portyone thousand persons regis tered Including 3ooo repeaters Only 3J000 Including from one to two thousandrepeaters voted Two years ago the vote In Louis was 4100o So narrow the marI gin by which the Democrats won In this district Is due to the Indifference JOOOO men qualified to vote and the hired repeaters Iu the Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth and Ninth wards there was al most a tie only J51ln the five wards for Darker Here live the men who call them selves respectable men who oDdly Imagine they are good citizens They are selfish greedy grasping subser vent Indolent and lovers of ease rath er than lovers of law and justice In these five wards the majority lot DuRelle as a protest against Kohn Ism should have been 3ooo The vote stands as a stain on the record that section of the city when the so called business men did not have the manliness to stand up In defense of a faithful Judge who sought to lift the bench above the influence of personal and partisan politics The victory yesterday Is R victory of sloth of Indolence of liypecliay 01 men who cry aloud on street terriers against prizefights and poolrooms and vicious politics and yet who feat to put a ballot back ot their words Therdure the organized gambles the poolroom owner the promoter of prizefights voting as they talked under the leadership of Kobn trampled over the churches over the praytr- meeliuge over the men who have dared to Insist on the enforcement of the law It was not Judge DuRelle alone who was beaten In Louisville yesterday by the Infamous and odious machine It was Judge Field and Governor Beck barn and all other men In public life who have not declared their allegiance- to Kohn and KobnlsmLoulsvllle Post a 4 Public Sale The undersignedllS executor of the estate of T L Griffin deceased and to close up tjho business of Z Wayne Griffin- S Bro will on Saturday No ember 15 1002 at Hartford Kyoffer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder all of tiro personal propertyof said decedent consisting of cows calves hogs buggy farming implo ments such IlS plows mowing machine rake harrows cultivator clodmllSher a lot of hay and corn and growing crop At the same ti no will sell n complefl totID drugs and druggists sundrihsowned- by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Also two and ahalf shares of stock in the Ohio County Fair Company Sale will begin at tJ oclock a m sums under 5 cash in Over 5 three months time with approved security Z WAYNE GRIFFIN Executor FRIEDALND Death has IIglllu visited our comI wunlty end claimed one of our mOlt highly respected citizens and church members Mr Samuel Christian his body was Interred lu the McCord burying ground Miss Prudle Ford was the guest of Miss hula Sondbach lat Sunday Tile social at Mr John Dugans last Saturday was enjoyed by all The spelling at Salem given by Mr V S Sandbach was a marked success The patrons of thai district showed their Interest In the school by their presence and expressed themselves as being well pleased with the work The wreck on the I C railroad or the 28th nit near this place resulted great loss to the company but no loss of life Mr T L Durbin of Leltcbfield spent last Friday night at this place the guest of his friend Mr W S Saudbacb Rev T J Rntclil of Fordsvllle was in this community today or business Notice The undersigned will on Monday November 3 I90l et the County Judges office In Hartford Ky let to the lowest and best bidder the build- Ing of a barn on the county farm All bids sealed and delivered before 2 oclock p m reserving tile right to reject any or all bids For terms IInd specifications see J P Miller W A Rone D F Hudson committee Sheriffs Sale Dy virtue of Execution No J986 dl rected to me which Issued from tbe Clerks office of the OhIo Circuit Court In favor of Harrison Austin against J J Bozartb I or one o1 my Deputies will on Monday the J71h day of November J902 between the hours of I oclock p m end 4 oclock p m at the Court House door In Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof lilt may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costs towit The following two tracts of land ID Ohio county Ky which are bounded and described as follower First tract beginning at a stake the Rube Pey ton corner then N 8 E 5515 poles to a atone thence S 83 E 34 45 poles to a stake thence N 16 E 5 45 poles to a stone Tom Griffins thence with his and Barretts line N 68Ji E- 8J 45 poles to a stone corner tt Jack son lot thence S 8 W a6 poles to a stone thence NN W 27 poles to a stone Taylor Carters corner thence N 86 W 13 poles to a stone these S 2 E In poles to a stone thence N- 89Ji W passing StovlIlIs lines IInd- If corners 7845 poles to the beginning contlnlng 30 acres m ro or less sub ject to nn attorneys lien AgAinst said land In favor of J P Sanderfu amounting to 50 Second tract bounded as follows Bounded on the Est by a public Joad and the above described tract on tbt North by W B Tlchenors land 011 the West by his laud end on tht South by his land end contalnlnjl two acres more or less suhjct to purchase money lien In favor of J P Sanderfur for 141 with interest at 6- pu cent from February 619ao lev ted upon as the property of J J Boz anti TERM Sale will be made on A- crldt of three mouths bond with ap proved security rrqrlred bearing In trt at the rate of 6 per cent pel annum from day of sale and bavltJg the fore and elect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 28th day of October r92 C P KnowN S O C Dy C KJ OWN D S r louisville Market CATTLU Choice to prime shipping steers55eso Medium to good steers 5 oce 5 5o Choice butcher steer 4 as 4 85 Medium to good butchers 3 75e 4 25 Common to medium 3oo 3 25 Canners 1250 2 0 Good tocboicefeeders 4 cos 4 25 Common to medium 3 5 3 4 r0 Good to extra stock steers 3 25CaI 3 8 Common to medium 2 25e 3 00 Goo to med stock heifers 2 5oe 3 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 25e 2 85 Good to choice bulls 3 one 3 25 Medium to good bulls 2 2se 3 00 Choice veal calves 6250 7 oe Coma to medium Qlves 3 ocd 4 25 Choice to fancy mulch cows 4500500t Medium to good 3o 00035 00 Plain common 20 ex 25 00- nOGs Choice picking butchers 201030 Ibs 64s Med packers J60 to see 64c Choice light i2a to I6o 6 311 Choice pigs 9s to J2 6 00 loot pigs 50 to 91 5 7- 1Roughel5r to 5c o 5 5e 600 SUCEP AND LAMns Good to extra shipping 2 hoe 2 80 Fair to good 2 5oe 2 60 Common to medium z 7se 2 25 Ducks 15 e 2 25- TUn GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 70c No J 68 reo 1jected 28 less on levee rJic less 64 mixed 63yc yellow 69- OalsWhlte 35c mixed 29JiC The prices for wheat lire those paid by dealers the quotatlone for corn oats and rye are selling prices Tug PROVIsiONS MARKET Mess Porkfl7 00 tlamsCholce sugarcurell tight and special cure 12Jle14yf heavy to medium J313 c- DaconClear rib sides 121r u- lar clear sides J2c pocked break last bacon J4Jic ugalcuHd shoulders 1e3c bacon extra J LardPrime steam is tierces I Sf choice leaf In tierces nKe In tubs uJic pure leaf lard in tierces I2JC In fi king l2Jic Bulk MtalrRibs 11 Jf rtsula char sl1t1I IIi txtrather s ir 4 Mother Lost Reason After LaGrlppe = Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Mlles Nervlno Cured Thorn Both Dr Miler Nervlue b a specific for nervous disorders It removes cause and effccta- a speedy and permanent cure I feel It is my duty to let you know that your medicines have cured my little girl of She commenced hlflDithem at of three Our family doctor said- she would them but did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits is a loom lie did her no She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I hadIalready used Dr Mlles and found It a good remedy for myself I commenced it tom child I ian her In all ten bottles of the NervlDe and one of the Jllood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had liD attack since we commenced the treatment She is consider troubled with nervousntSi andwe her permanently cured I enclose her pie lure ialaw lost her reason was Insne for three months from the leeuIof LaGrlppe Sia bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cURd her slater has also taken It for sick headache with good results We all thank you very much tot your good medicines and kind advice I dOIlt there Is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may lives out Insee what a sweet ArkansasMast IIANNAU DAJU1T Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee lint bottle Dr Miles free took on Nervous and heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart lad WEST POINT Rev Casebier filled his regular ap ppintment here Saturday and Sunday Mr J Ylglebeart has his new residence almost completed Mr W P Render who has been sick Is better Mr Roy TCbenor Is on the sick listMr Ellsworth Myers died the Jut of typhoid fever He was loved by all who knew him His Internment took place near Ceutertowa Rev Morton conducted funeral services Mr Warren Llndley has purchased Mr Worth Tlcbenors farm Several from this community at tended meeting at ProvIdence Sunday nightaDRINK OLD JOE tlIThe Best Whisky on Earth sale by Henry Nail Hart ford LooChlnn HartfordJA Bradley Rockport JasEspey- Ronder R W Ragland Horse Branch PERKINS k MANNING CO DISTILlERS Owensboro U7 ROBYHOTELIT Best 100 Hotel inI the City Your Patronage Solicited nYFndrtca SL owroboro Ky It CumberlandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co UDeorported Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Camber land Telephone la my residence and plllce of business My business has increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tell phone Yours for goof service end gentlemanly competition I Ce PNOWhIN Manr r 1 o i 1 R The Right i i y 4i Clothes Place I 1N titThis store is the right clothes place You can 11 rend that to menu either waythe right close 9i Ptaco or the best and most economical Placo to buy bi good Clothing Wo menu it both ways and weve- i it got the goods to provo it both ways We buy close r ihI gin for a small profit Theso goods are the perfeet n Lion of hunt tailored remlytowenr Clothes guaranteed to fit the same IlS if made to order and are fully iJ N fifty poi cent cheaper than the mndotoIllmd kind 1 t- Ii We Quote ouaC Ii roils Underwear Suit 50e Bolter grade IiJLadiest4t- Ii and Childrens Union nctory t 1 ton Hc IleavY 1Ql Sheeting 1Sa Bed Ticking t- I ffguaranteed to hold feathers l1c nest Calico Hc t- g 4i Allwool Jeans 20c Heavy yarn Socksr20c Cloth u- Ii ing to suit everybody Prices ranging in mens fromttJiIiIi 225 Childrens sizes 5 to 14 years OSe Over it ii coatsbig lino nt all prices Capes and Jackets at t- all1 prices Ladies readymade top Skirts Big lino of i41 Shoesthe IlamiltonBrownevery pair guaranteed tt II prico from 100 up to 500 Big line Hats at nIl 1 prices Big lino Trunks and Telescopes Blankets r3 and everything usually kept in in a firstcll1SS upto it 1 dato storo ti All I ask of the public is to como and examine my tJ 1 stock and got my prices anti tnke the goods home irZ with yout An n tl m mbe tie laee 41 tJ ri When you Como to Hartford and be sure to como t- II around and lay ill your fall wenri4i Yours for a tJ ntl JITEQRD iri t SAM BACH =tZ r41 MMM M M M Y J 1 IL GUNS GUNS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF Shot Gunsp Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And reprctfatry JUt you to tail end Ularnt sad Mt IInl 018bol Oaum la nrford PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON EROS Grocerymen Hartford 1 t 3 t jrOwensboro KySlain Street betOf Triplet arid 2l1vor lktattcntioaalventostock 1tadanarlrfor OhIo tonoty tOpl Q JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE li cfocfocfocfo 4 tthe ColumbIa L1 Tailoring Co i cT Chicago Illinois t 0 Have opened an office in the NEW COMMERCIAL HO jTEL Building Hartford Ky and have on land a Full Stock of Goodsr r- And their Tailors right with them They can show you all the latest fabricks of Goods in Overcoatings Suitings Trouseiings- sCO II YOU te buying a GARMENT VI any 142nd 2 twill pay you to call and see their prices They guaran tee you satisfaction and their prices are the LOWEST for firstclass Tailoring j We do all kinds of Repairing and Cleaning Call early Will only remain for three weeksYJ L SHUTT6- MANAGER r t 4H Y Special Sale 1 and cheaporthanuontd by any other houso Good heavy 104 cotton Blankets 60o pair Extra sizo bettor quality to1 Blankets 75o to 125 pair Allwool rod 104 Blankets 250 pair quality allwool Blankets white 250 pair Our special 114 Blankets grade S1 to 5 pair Dig size Bed Comforts 75c Extra gradopadded with cotton1 Best quality Comfortsatino lined padded with Our lino of the tioovo goods cannot bo equaled in quality or price Got our prices and you are sure to buy Hosiery Department 50mjchoicotS in this department our i Hoso wore bought in case lots at about 15 per cent cheaper than most houses soil them For lOc wo can givo you a heavy ribbed lIoseaU sizes 5 to91a regular 150 quality For 15c wo can givo- ytlu an extra heavy ribb ed Hosocqunl any 25e oxcopt our Black Cat 5 to 91 Complete lino of Misses fleeced Hose aU sizesregular 25c Ladies all wool or bluo mixed Cashmere Hoso a bargain our special prico 25c Now Black Seamless Cotton Hose lOca regular 150 quality Now Black Cnsbmere Hososeamle5Sat 25c Dont forget that wo are headquarters for anything in the DRY GOODS line Our OVERCOATS aro the best our are the lowest Buy yourWin ter Supplies from the Bar gain Givers J IIIIIIIIIIIUHIIIUIII Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 Tweddell maku good meal Try himtrPrnits of all klnda nt City Rastau rant Scbuxters PloatlDg Studio le at lIartrord City Restaurant for everything good to eat- Celebrated Arizona Stoves for sale by W S Nlcet Cakes and Crckers in town at City Restaurant Mr O B Likens baby u seriously III or stomach trouble For an uptOllate meal or lunch go to City Restaurant Nicest Fruits Nuts and Candles In Hartford at City Restaurant Call on W s Thnaley for fresh I family Groceries Hardware and Roof lug Fresh Oysters constantly on band at City Restaurant and served In any style Nicest Cheese Sausage Dried Beet and Crlckers lu Hartford at City Restaurant When In Hartford get your meals at City Restaurant Flrt lass In every respect We pay 18c per dozen for eggs and zee per pound tor butter CARSON Co wDr D W King the Osteopath Is at W O Hardwicks Call on him for examination tr Just received a few days ago some Overcoats that are beauties Come in and try on one CARSON Co iZIrs Llzzle Ryan Barr Is dead at AubarDKy Mrs Burr was a slater of Mrs Ben D Ringo or this place Iryou have a Watch Clock Gun or Jewelry that needs repairing bring it to Mellvaln the Jeweler Hartford House FOR SALEA scholarahlpin Cen- tml Enalna College Hartford Ky for sale cheap Call os or address Jtkle office I lr R 14Twedden u nbw ready to I 1gdastern your corn Satisfaction Mill eited eonlh budge Hartford Ky tf tJ When there la anything new out In llneucollare you can come here ex pecting to find It and not be disappointed CARSON Co I Logk the town over for new Ideas In clothing then come here and you- will I find the newest I CARSON Co tr We ares- hoving the cheapestlinoof Oom forts everb- rought to Ohio county at prices that are m u c h Extra best white white cotton150 to brnndsizcs grndo200 black big at prices Tinsley zuarI tt III III1IIIII I II t t I II See Carson Bros for molasses kegs A line of choice Groceries Is always found here Bring or telephone your orders lree delivery to any part of the city CARSON Co We have heard or people who could not be pleased with neckwear but we have never met any of them In our store CAasoN Co Mr W IL Baird died at his home near Bed Tuesday lie was hauled out to vote In the Democratic primary and died that evening after he return ed home We want all your produce such as Butter Egg Feathers Potatuee and green Apples When you comebrlng It along Highest market price paid CARSON Co Our Millinery room Is getting along towards the end so come and get some of the SPTICIAL BARGAINS that are waiting for you CARSON Co Mr T IL Blacks baby Is very sick of tome trouble the doctors do not uu- derstand The only very noticeable symptom or its Illness le the extreme violence and rapidity of Its hearts ac lion The celebrated Douglas Shoe also the Walkover are always round on our shelves Come and get you a Shoe that Is guarapteed CARSON CO Pure Bone Pertlllzer for sale I will give you the beat prices ever made on pure raw bone Call And see the State ChemIsts teat Fi M WasTJtRJtUtD Hartford Ky A nice line or ShoeS ror ladles All shapes Rod style You are sure to get your moneys worth lu every pair PoW Miner and Smith Sterling are the brands CARSON Co A large crowd from aU over the county assembled at the Pair grounds Saturday to witness the trotting races and deer chase Ab Yeiser and Euon Parris won the trotting races and Mr W R Southards dgwon the fs prIze In the deer At to oclock yesterday Mr Jeff IL Ralph of Ralph and lollS Millie Gllllm or Megan were marrIed lathe parlor or the New Commercial Hotel by Judge Miller Mr Ralph lean energetic young farmer while his bride le an acknowledged ladct In society in her community Coagrat- ulatlons go to them from Tug RJtPtJD- tICAN Just received at the New Cash Grocery a nice line of Pears Apples Grapes Bananas and Lemons c ABOUT PEOPLE Mr D W Kimmel was In town Wednesday Mr D P Mosley of Ralph was i town yesterday Our old friend II D Smith Fords vllle called on us yesterday Judge R R Wedding attended na quire Martins court at Horse Brand h yesterday Messrs Edgar Cecil and J S Co- tre11 of Owensboro were In tow Saturday and Sunday Mr James P Thomas of Loulevitl spent a few days with his parents here the first of the week Mr A O Miller and son Talbott visited Mr Millets mother at DIg Springs Hardln county this week Mrs Louis Acton and son Robert or Owensboro were the guests of Mrs B P Berryman Sunday and Monday County Attorney W H Barnes Judge John B Wilson and Judge J S Glenn attended Justice Hudson court at Beaver Dam yesterday Our Baby Dead Monday morning about I oclock the pure swcet soul or our darling baby little Molene passed quietly and peacefully Into the beautiful painless sleep of death Dot no ahe did not die We tenderly lovingly laid the wasted garment or her son to rest In the vaulted grave but that r that we loved or our dear tweet girl had gone like n flashing thought to that beautiful country toward which millions of laces are longingly turned To those who believe that death Is urea final end the cold bloodless body of one they love must excite an awful agony but to we who believe the souls of men are Immortal the death or the just Is like one turDlng off the lights and closing his house for a time to attend a royal banquet It there was not a God we should breathe thanks to some great known power that inspires our fait that our baby lives now amid scenes more beautiful and grand than mans mind can conceive and that one day we shall go to join her there Shredded Wheat at Fosters New Cash Gro cery Delicious Try itIf Notice The Superlotendenl of Public Instruction has notified me that the No vember draft lot the payment or teachers will not reach me before the 15th I will therefore be unable to pay the teachers on the 8th Very truly J M DsWsRSa S C S Prime Your Guns Saturday November IS by the grace of Keotockys legislator the wingahots may put their fowling pieces la order for the bird hunt For sixty days after that date Bob- White may be slaughtered with impunity The Hartford Herald of Wednesday very kindly says To our co worker lu the local Journalistic field Mr J H Thomas and his estimable wile we extend our heartfelt sympathy In the loss of their darling baby girl Molene who entered the Lords presence Sunday night Words are poor vehicles or consolation lu a case like this We can only bow with the parents and sisters in mute grief while we posder the blessed words or Him who said Suffer little children to come unto me and who added to this tender expression the gracloaa assurance that Verily I ray unto you that la heave their laces do always behold tbefac of my Father Sweet as was her part In life be her dreamless rest Good Roasted Coffee at lOc per pound at the New Cash Grocery Try it WoodwardLeach On last Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Mr Ernest Woodward was married to Miss Carrie Leach at the Beulah church at Dedaby Rev J W Cantrell A large crowd of friends were present to witness thecnlmina- tlon of a friendship and love which had been life long Mr Woodward le the Junior member ot the popular law firm of Heavrin Woodward and is just entering on a career of the most splendid possibilities Miss LeAch is a young lady of many virtues numbering among her friends all those with whom she comes In con tact The young people enter upon mef Journey with theTest wishes or their numberless friend and TUB RRPUBUCAN joins in universal congratulation Twenty pounds of white Sugarfor I at the New Cash Grocery Central Business College Notes The second term of Central Bad- nos College opened last Monday wit good attendance Misses Myrtle Hines of Rockport Eva Brown and Mr Chester Bishop Centertown and Mr Tease Poster No Creek were pleasant sailer this weekIMr T WI Stratton is lu school again after a few weeks absence Pro R H nanklns wascalled this o home at Dunmore lastThursday on account of the Illness of his father The following Is the grades of students for the first term In spe11lng Arithmetic and grammar Moshy Hoover 89 Bud Hoagland 98 R B Wedding 96 John Patterson 90 Ben Patterson 79 Willa Mocker 99 Vic torln Williams gg Claude Turns 78 D W Williams 97Wallace Rlley95- n BAD NEGRO With a Big Gun Terrorizes the Citizens of Juntown atDemonprimary whisky to inaugurate a reign of terror lu the usually quiet little town of Jlmtown on Green river just above Point Pleasant A negro with Carters fan fall of Democratic primary whisky handling a 44callber Winchester revolver was calculated to strike terror to the hearts or the peaceful citizens of the little village We are not advised of Carters grievance against the good people of Jlmtown but his violent conduct illustrates the effect Demo cratlc primary whisky will have upon a Tennessee negro Carter voted In the Democratic Judicial primary and proceeded at once uJmtowowherc he seems to have taken a crack with his big gun et everybody In sight The citizens of the town were not ad belllgerIhowever Lee ColTmao managed to muster up a doable batrel shotgun the contents or which he empted In the direction of the invader allum bar of shot took effect When Car ter had exhausted his ammunition he retired from the field and the town finally recovered Its wonted quiet WedDesday nrternooo n gentleman coming Into town passed Carter be low town on the Centertown road and reported the act to Sheriff Reown The Sheriff took two or hu deputies 1end walked leisurely townthe road theyhthree guns The negro returned the salute by holding aloes both hands lie was relieved of the big gun which he was carrying Inside his vest and was turned over to the jailer Carter Is a coal miner from from Tennessee and had been In Ohio county only about three weeks He will be the guest of Mr Tom Black until March after which he will spend one or two years In Lyon county and will then return to Ten nessee where be Is said to be wanted for another shooting scrape Large Bottle of Pickles only iOc at Fosters Cash Grocery Ma rrla ge Licenses T H Ralph Ralph to Mlttle on urn Megan J M Reynolds Reynolds to Halite Wright Lyonts G W Hurt McHenry to M A Murphy Mcllenry Orlando HurtJingoto Laura Gray Jingo Ernest Woodward Hartford to Carrie Leach Bed Dr J H MaxwellNnrrowsto Des sle Powers Narrows James Pleldeo Maxwell to Ellen Morgan Maxwell George Lewellen Owensboro to Myrtle Taylor Hartf- ordR7Ar3TORYb tanti4Ts You gar Neap Bo- stsr 1M r Nice baskets of Grapes at the New Cash Gro themeRepublicans carry Bryans State LIncoln Neb Nov sReturns received at Republican state head quarters show that the Republicans have elected five of the six congress men is Nebraska The Second dis trict In which Omaha Is situated is the only one carried by the Fusion Ists Hitchcock defeating Mercer It Is now claimed and almost certain that Mickey Republican Is elected Governor by about 2ooo He ran behind his ticket The entire Republican state ticket Is elected The next legislature will be strongly Republican r A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This Is a new remedy and a good one All druggists It will pay you to buy your family supplies at Fosters New Cash Gro cery I For Sale A Scholarship In the Bryant Strat ton Business College Louisville We can save you money Call on or address Tan RErunLtcAx Hartford Ky C M WrsnuAx SON Leading gotha everything In the Jewelry line ItI you want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most teas onable prices write for for a cata LoDIsIPattonWesterfJeld Mr James Patton and Miss Emma Westerfield or Pleasant Ridge were married Monday night at 8 oclock ct the residence or Mr Cliff Anderson on Crittenden street In the presence of a few friends and relatives Rev R T Bruner olficiatingInqulrer Aching JointsIn Ibo fingers toes nnnB and other parts of the body are Joints that are Inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also SuUerers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition Is commonly worse in wet weather IOn has been a tong time since we have been wlthoot IJoodl Sarsaparllle My father thinks he could not do wltbout lt- lie has been troubled with rheumaillmI- IDce he was a boy and Hoods Saraapa- rlllA le the only medicine he can take that will enable him to tate his place In the field Miss ADA Don Sidney tows Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the causo of rheumatismno dutward application can Take them SAFELY REPUBLICAN Ohio County Gives Increased Republican Majority Democratic Boodle and a Democratic Primary Could not Break Republican Ranks J W O- c m- b CPRECINCfsII II 130West103Sulphur 74CromwellCool Springs North Rockport 52 70 67SelectHorse Branch 95 138 173East523McHenry togSmalihous 507WestEtnaville 16a 59 Shreve 68 54 Olaton Buford 502 42 Bartlttt 89 70 ntflln 49 33 Ceralvo 34 38 Point Pleasant So 29 Narrows 8o 74 Ralph a 103 73 Total vote 2358237- 4Gaflys maJority 56 r- Program For 1ordavllle Magisterial district Teachers Meeting to be held in col lege hall Pordsville November 14 1902 93oOpeolng exercises Organization Whites Art of Teaching The three TrlnltlesU J Holbrook Methods or InstructionMrs Florence KeowB The Drill and the Teat- S H Turner Teaching without a TextbookMlsa Rogers Class In structlonS M Wilson Ppyslcnl culture in the rural school Clarence DeWeese Nature study In the rural school Some PurposesJ S Royal Some MethodsEll Moxley Is It n Pad Arthur Mills1 Do we train enough In Expression Karl Soper Some vexing School Problems Irene Whlttlnghll1 Common School Graduates What It means to the PupilCharles De Weese What It means to the School Miss Mollie Tunstall Miscellaneous I ardestly insist that all teachers In this Magisterial district be present at this meeting as they are required by law to attend and will receive regular pay for that day only on one condition that they attend the full day The citizens of Pordsvllle will gladly welcome all teachers to their homes on this day So come and be with us OTao Powtna V Pies What Girls do GIrls did you ever thnk o1 It that boys have more seUrespect than the members or your sex There Is not a young man of any degree of responsibility that would be seen walklJlg down the street with a drunken girl I You might search the streets with a fine tooth comb ard then not find a I young man who would lock arms and I go promenading with a lady who was puffing a cigar or squirting tobacco juice around on the side walk Girls have no hesitancy In accepting the company of such characters and too many of them are only too anxious to accept the companionship heart and hand or anything that wears pants Society will become refined when the girls demand of boys who wish to pay them attention the same purity of character that the boys demand of the girls Over the head or the young ladles of the lend hangs the possibilities of the greatest moral reform that over swept over this country of ours Selected Advertising fs the Lest part of business for without It few business enterprises cart attain their best or highest point or expanslonWilllam Wattenberg In dictionary or the Worlds Press London The New Cash Grocery has everything that is goodand nice to eat Some years ago while at Martins burg W Va I was taken with chol era morbus which was followed by dlarrhoe The doctors medicine did me no good I wan advised to- get n bottle or Chamberlalna Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- which I did and It cured me son 1PaDUNDEEtThe meeting conducted by Rev RatclllT ot this place Is progressing nicely Mrs Wortheru and children Owensboro who have been visiting Mrs Wortherne brother Mr W S Dean returned home Tuesday Mr Henry Hurt is very sick et this writing Quite a number from here attended the wedding of Dr J H Maxwell and Miss Bessie Powers at Narrows Sunday Mrs Jolla Renrow who has been visiting In Hartford returned home Monday Miss Pearl Coppage died at her home near here Monday morning of typhoid fever She leaves many friends to mourn her death Miss Laura Johnson who has been on the sick list Is able to be out againDont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of cod liver oilad- elightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT SOWN 409415 Pearl Btree NowYo- rlc60oandl00t aI dru att And Millinery Wraps Everybody that visits our Millinary Shop says WO carry the lino of Millinery in County and wo know wo have the cheapest and latest We over We soIl at low that we have loft when the season is over Dont fail to see Wraps- of every descriptionaU now nice Dont fail to see Cloaks and Makes Chronic Invalids Wbea iae Nre k torpW and fail b do uork the- Biliousness Wk eaten the blood u a nmtent poteo Theo eomea eowdpaoa bWo near rick bedsebe rarer aM malaria The coil 4ermwt uua gt e the liver pr the right touch sad Mart Nuur pork m t e right tanner Is 5 LIVER PILLS aNOTONIG PELLETS t pf h teaebee the pror sad the pelleu cone tar mwm- 25do ee lorlp daleeou eeau sod aa ke lmu ease k aaeeedtae4 a4 ra+ ln t o p u before lea aka them Suapk fns for oak urau neaten For sale by J H WIlliams Druggist Hartford Ky ft M lf 1 THIRD FLOOR RILEY BUILDING HARTFORD AYM- odom equipment Personal instruction Actual business Regular night clnsseSOJ to all Aid to positions Tuition Bookkeeping course 30 Shorthand course 30 Corn iped course 40 Board 2 to 225 Typewriters furnish anytimotry 12 1903 Write for CATALOGUE R H HANKINS Pres E W PATTERSON VPres t E P Barnes fBro tThe Popular Trading Place FOR THE tGreen River Country tOur Object i We want you to como to tls for your pur i chases Wo mako an to interest you in makinginteresting t 01 1i stand our desire and ability to pleMo and ben hove when you inspect our lines you will at too11ii business for which wo make vnluablo returns tNew Things t In every departmont this week The now ar 1irivals in Millinery are much prettier than any former purchases Now Readytowears Now 011iMens Shirts 4 01ii of an ontiro line No two alike i regular price of Shirts is 100 each Our price 75cfiCarpets e i IngrainCarpets i t 01thohome with youcut to match and to fit your troom Ingrains 30c 35c 400 50c GOo and 1i per yard Mattings 12c 15c 20o 25c 30c and 35c per yard Oil Cloth 4425c 01liSCorn t the first day ofNovembor we will take 2good shucked Corn in exchange forMerchandise E P BARNES en BRO BeaVerDam i e ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE still they come NEW THINGS in every More new patters in Shirt Flannels Etc Dress Goods of every description Close prices on every piece and the very best of values guranteed Come see and be convincedIand largest Ohio styles carry nothing such prices nothing our stock goods our Furs Capes effort Overcoats ends The these line Waists Clothing9 Boots and Shoes A splendid line of Clothing anything you desire from the cheapest to the very best Boots for everybody No old stock Every pair brand newgoods just received Rub bars for Mon Womon and Children Shoes for overbody big little old and young Dont forget to look at our Twin Owl Shoos for men and boys tho best in the world Ev cry pair guaranteed Dont Forget the PlaceEconorny Dry Goods StoreNext Door to Olio County Bank o MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Manager 0t r Weare Now Readyli- e For you1 With largest and most complete line of Hardware Stoves Tinwarej in Ohio county Every since coming to Hartford we- seen have the necessity of a first class 11 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 on IMPLEMENTS VEHICLES AND SEEDa We want every family in bigSline of Hardware r and will for the next thirty 1laysgive every family who vis us a handsome present On ly one of these goes to a family Come in and see the fa mo- usArcher Cooking AND Baating Stoves Which are acknowledged by all to be the best Stoves man ufactured Remember also we are headquarters for the famous ueaoranOr J And the old reliable fi I DEAL BUGGIES Over 1500 sold so far We are now buying for six large stores whic1 enables us to sell you goods right Yours formore business Tt J TURLEY CO iii P SeRemember also we han dIe the most complete line of sport Z ins goods in the way of Shot Guns Hunting Coats and Loaded Shells in Ohio county at the right prices n r I k e Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER q illinois Contra RallrondTlmo Tablo New tlmo card taking effect Sunday Do ttoo rat noo- nNorlhtrmoarL Nnnlhfontad- Nolaadnea0va m So la daelL Ira III- SO 102 dueJrpm No 101 due rlrpmNo 12 due 1230 p m No 131dae MOpm- Loeal Freghte- Noltldae7Oa m Notaadne2arpma o IIUILS Wnkt All lbt IAILS nest eougb 7rup TadeIUood Mee- m urns 8o14 by drurelta SWEETHEART HIT Tragic Mistake Made Dy William Beckett Near Henry Yflle Ind A bullet Intended for WIlliam L- Lightcap was fired by William Beck ett at the larmhouse of Farmer Lightcap lour miles from lIenryvllle and twenty miles Irom Jeflersonvllle but It took effect In the breast of Miss Rosa Llghtcap twentyfour years of age and death may result She wa1- Beckelts sweetheart Deckett made his escape Sherifi Rave of Jeffer sonvllle and his teputles are scour- Ing Clark county for the fugitive DeckClt had been employed on the Llghtcap farm lIe fell in love with Miss Llghtcllp and his attentions were reciprocated The parents of Miss Llghtcap indicated their disapproval Beckett was ordered to cease his attentions but he was not to be denied Then Miss Lightcaps broth er took part He said he would break off the match Last evening Beclcett called Young Llghtcap met him at the doorand or dered him to get oft the place Words Ioliowed and then a fight It became furious and Becket whipped out a revolver lIe leveled It at Llghtcap but before he could fire tlghtcap got out of range and Miss Lightwp got Indirect line Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an Inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the rain had disappeared and no more nfferiDg wall experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Va Pain Balm Is au antiseptic and heals such injuries wlthont maturation and in one third the time required by the usual treatment For sale by all druggists Quick JustIce Alken Elnn Nov 10 G Olsen mho killed his daughter with a butcher knife Tuesday October xl was placed on trial at to a m the case was given to the jury at 6 oclock and at 930 oclock the jury returned II verdict of murder in the first degree and recommended him to the mercy of the court Olsen killed his daughter because she was going to be married against his will To the Public Allow me to say a few words In praise of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy I can recommend It with the utmost confidence It has done good work for me and will do the same for others I had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pnen- monla but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better three bottles of it cured my cold and the pains In my chest disappeareden tlrely I am mont respectfully yours for hlallb Ralph S Meyers 6 Thir- tyleventh St WIIIcllnlt W Va For nlle by all drug- gistsCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears thodSlgnaturoor f Farm For Sale A good farm of sixty five acres six miles north of Hartford part hill and part bottom new house and barn plenty tf wOIttcr and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JOHN T Lowa Palo Ky OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourblood ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains achesandrheu matlsm come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their beginning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect Vii Dr Kllmers Swamp the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on its meritsralldrugcistsinfiftycent Ites You may have a r sample bottle by mall110m of Swampaoot free also pamphlet telling you how to out it you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Khmer Co Binghamton N Ye JACKS YARN Dy n L DAWESC- opyright 1501 by n 1 Dawfs About Otteen yenra ago my chum Dill nn me landed In Now York with Otteen mouths pay In our lockets We had been moron halt WilY round the worlll In the ship llooghly nn sailorliko we proceeded to color the town with red lend from keel to truck The first day wuz Saturday nn I guess our logbook showed that we tllll our full duty In the pnlnUn bisnena Sunday mornln wo spruced up In sonlo bran new togs nn laid our course uptown to ace the rich folks the pretty gals IIn tho lllndies pnrlld- n lu their flue clothes At last we fetched up In front ot a big church an stood there n spell lis Lenin to tile musIc that was vlayin Inside I sea to Bill Lets go lu nn see what Its like IIn pear tho music I dont think sea 11111 that they want the likes ot us tn there This ere appears to bo sort ot salvation shop but I booed the preacher nt the Bethel say once that salvation wuz tree Wo might hail ens IIn prIIPS theyll let us como aboard A gospel man mot us at the gang way shook our flippers as It wo wuz old shipmates nn then piloted us to n A OOSIEL MAN PILOTED VS TO A SEAT seat on the main deck about amidships Talk about cats In n strange JIIrreti- Twllnt nothln to us two Johnny haul touts stowed away In a high toned Now York church with swell people nil round rigged up In Ono log gery Well I cast my eyes about IIn finally spied the music pilot about two pInts on the starboard bow lie wuz actin kinder onellsyllke ns It ha wont dead sure how she was headin but nt last he got his hennas IIn let her went First there wuz some birds IItwit terlD up aloft somowheres on the main skysl yard nn there they chased themselves up an down the rYIII stay an then they perched on tbo toretganl crosstrees slnsln like a bird store let loose Then they wuz gone an Hili sez to mc Suthln skeerro them birds away Jack nn I wspered back Maybe the cook shook the tablecloth overboard nn theyro after the crumbs Theyll bo back nglD nil right Then the music pilot kind ot cast his eye aloft give her a couple of spokes an wo heard a light breeze acomln out ot the souwest gentle IIn sotthke Sea I to Itlll Light breeze on passtn clouds IIn Bill sex Aye nye Jack The pilot laid back nn took things easy turned over his chart jest takln II squint lit the compass now IIn then Flaiu sallln sex Dill nn I sex Aye hes got all the rags on her now rYIIl skysls nn moon scrapers Au stunsls lidded Dill Then the music chap got frisky na It he wuz settln on a hot galley store an It begun to breeze up a hectic strobe ger He pulled out some wind jam mere on the port side nn she gave II roll an ho fetched up agln the lee rail 1 knowed a smokY souwester wits acomln for I heard the thunder rollln WilY off like It wuz nigh hull down to the windard It kept breezia moro IIn more the thunder wuz gettln loud er an louder an I could almost bear the ole man holler All hands aloft anItake In sail She eased up n bit when the Oyln kite IIn light sails wuz stowed aWnyIno the old gill wuz umkln good er of It under lower topsls un stays is She wuz jest alIlIIn nn carried u iu her tolll like II Cunurdlr boueIYou oughtcr heard that music Even It twas screeehin hard blob yer hair off wo could fuller that ere tune nil the same on It didnt seem to make no dltrunce how she wuz wgntherln the squall or how much them birds screeched that music pilot held that tune tulllInbthrough It nil lie yanked out some moro wind jam mere on the lee side an the thunder rolled an moaned as It all the furies wuz loose IIn the devil chasm em the old packet wits nigh on her beam ends an shin rolled so I clllk1lated to see that chap pitch overboard lmc by sho eased up II bit nn DUI nudged mo with tiLl elbow on says Jack theyve got her hove to under II goose wing main topsl an shes makin good weather of IL That was my idea but I wuz expectiu to see the whole outfit bust nn spill nil hands The trust Will over for the music pilot cast his weather eye on the chart give her the lower topsls an swung her on her course lie begun punchin them wind jtmmers back Dsla liS the had no morn use for em nn It begun to moderate Wo could hear the thunder dyin away In the nothenst kinder mutter In an cuttln as If It dlcInt want to leave The birds como back an we could hear om peepln agln up on the yardarms Then It died out II Ont calm nneon the birds begun to quiet down till there wuz only one lee tug cuss left twltteriu ou the end ot the jlbboom lIe give a tiny squeak nn wuz gone Then the music pilot stowed away his charts lin went below an that part ot tho show wuz over Bill an me saw the gospel manwhen wo wuz gain out nn I asked him what that tunowuzun where It hllllcd from lIe said Dos thata ono ot the grandest tunes n man ever listened to all It theres any soul In him nt nil that Juno will find II Tim name of It Is The Lost Chord Sex nlll I klipw n hanged sight lot ter Ito her through It nn never lost II rpllo yarns Wo winked down the street a pines yin uothln but I wuz Iloln II hi- thlnkln That music had made n queer tecllu COnH over me an tore I knows It I wuz thinkln ot homo an the oh folks I nnumbercd what my mother said jut before I vent off to sealba she wits goln to prey for me every nlUt nil lull he laid his band on m o sluI1r an sex Youve allerla ham to come to my boy when you want to nn Ill leave the shed window un locket for you evry night I Vuz thinkln of all those things an- flucliy I sex to Dill Im gola hame to ace the folks mil coughed queer like an sea Som I An we went- well boy I nlnt much on music belts only IIU old sailor but this I lID Y 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