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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l5L jj E HARFFRD I REPUBI1OANyt I Fine Job Work a Specialty OrFIClnOIUIOFJTD PJln1tIOU1fBCDnIESSlOILDJnrCr Subscription 1 a year A VOLXVI HARTFORD KY JRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 1903 I No16 t J fSleeplessness j4Iiikin to Insanity Many a woman re 1u thuthe lies awake hour hour peopling the darkness with phantom tart IDg at the cTA ing of tbe beeS or Sdth dcUie womAnly orgens constant drula of the vital and nervous orcu Thia condition cannot be overcome b1 aleeplni powder The diseased condition mull bo cthcd before the cotlMquenccs of- clIlICee are reo moved UT rlUte avorne treacnpuon curea the womeanly dllCuee which Clae nery- otsneu end sletpleunc It is the belt of tonlet and invlgorant nourishing the nerve encoura1ng the appetite and In- durin refrethilltr teep- MHJ Hwad toss Womea4 WIfe Oaiijat b Oure Proprietors end maker of Dr Pierce artany we j IAvcorthtlema1c Wsneea Prolaplal or LaUlBIf If Wcuab wbkh cnoewM they ask Ie fair IIDdreuonabM tMl of their mean of cure 3 v 4ck ke om e41ht y4u1u r1tu AJMrl JIFlIeI of AttAmOet Gnmndy O ttetWwoJ4 sboir Picitiemdkthes sfl4 WI eSe eWtd totqtta Pml PrticipUonl lint lint40Mfirthrttnlibtt lIeIaK MaN that Itwoqtd cure eebadwelLr IDrPierce PletiMM Pellet shoeld bq lIMa wltbP1 oritt Presaiption whenever Imilve It icq- uttodWealt HeartsAu duo to klei1rNtlOn Nlnelyfllne of eve OM whO have hears trouble ua rememberwhen It vu simple Indlcu lion It Ia a scientific 14t that all cues of i bud dlNuo not orranle sic not only to but are the direct mull or md All rood talien Into the stomach which ran or perfect digestion ferment and ecalnsttheMartaha Mart and la the course of limo that e11cto but Vital organ becomey d1seU Vf DKautleCII ONyi IWItmlaeIl rOOItIeWUIItIIIIiIIIU cM It au ms KDlsttta What YH tat icrvcuaLBiiucimlr SIOO St Iold1ni 2 titi the hut szwhIthMUIfr5- OcPrd t L 0 DWITT A Co OHIQAOO CumberlandTELEPHONE Cot tocolHlruls Therca nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber ta ilt Telephone In my rdence and of btialuces My buineea has l Iticteased and my wifea voice Is ntv- etilhtlUIt to urumble about the Tele phone Yours for goi seevice and competitionr Manr noUGH RIVLR- ELEPHONE v COMPANY ttllooarOUTK thebcdclotbte pointto 1trUublo AN- Dlolcgrnpb being che pafld heceny- ye1 should ptrunire home foka- ereyOU can buy your own phone build your own lines antI be In talking distance with the whole coun ttand bustucan points generally by- O4 paying a Teasonabin rent to the- g4ugh Rivet Telephone Company ot tk y be At the whole expense i- i6uayao We connect with aU In dependent Companies For partlc- ululIcall on S T Stevens Iaoager Hartford Ky Mrs LaUr S Webb irr a Ortbentl tof fdcid io try abof pema rt1ItI the I tint osIts JtwOft = H lot with so NMtIwJ tsbc JVI8W t1havIeaIe dtIOcdQ- o1Lil1hctewoi c tritIr ouie 00 ot wea- rTIoflow Do iwtwaft awoman btkeWie ae rdiI UoW and neverfWine of Cardul to De suffering wolI vi nny Wino of relte- vIr Webb wbcnehe was In den rrtr Whon come to tho chan lot Jif41 Mrs Webb letter will mean more to you thin It doe nOVID Hou BOW avoid the angtng she endured of Wine of Cardul- oARD- I j J 4H41444HH D4 344 44 + + H414 J4444+ ii tlrii rI i OERBEtiii LMll IATlueStory ofIintcy Mountain IRevcUtttshSlltamRCJates soittclaiere Stlts IltscdcHtslutkeE F i Life F P War Presletst E i I H I I I I U I I i at I I I iI HI II t UHHill H I HHH H Ht The humble home of Mr James Perslcy Is sltuatedon the headwaters oC a certain little mountain trean In- Butetn Kentucky In thlIhome his wire Mrs Mary Perstey had been for many weeks a sufferer wastlug away with a malignant type of ty phold lever During all these days her neighbors andTheuds acinIete- runtilnglyto I herwaDtstbut accqrdllg to her rrquest mid Dreferece it al her husbands nlght1y tuk tQ Jcecll hIs vlrglls atone Thus days paswt and the snmmer of 1903 waa paULillI Into autumn Podderln come and all the availing worldag force or each mountain home was em ployed In IIlIvlng roughness for tii approaching winter Mr Persley was dally emploed Inptlfpi je4- dcc ou the mountain sids willie evtry night fOufld hlmbY1heJbtdfide of his auUcring wife At lcath worn out by the conatait tabor Jld- watchlaf he Sell PDttndlyIasleep emr night oa he sat In bla chair by elde No sound was heard In the room save pn occasional groan koni fbi cblldres tyIng on the fi rfd the regular brrathln of the sentinel asl cp at his post Gestly she wtthdw her hand frolD bls U his III1eIJe taxed In Found slumber end Blipped noiselessly from the roomt St1m l1 n Ing all her remaining strength lor one supreme and final effort she Jocured a rope from tbe gear room and having rtlurncdto the apple tree bI the houz htcflrned tntot tltd =eI end Ilbo1Jtiherteft lImbotthe tree the other securey about her neck tdI leap lIto death Within the house the children tptI on nndlstutbdihIIe the father Itby- an empty couch Without the 1It- dlghtsttlllleM val disturbed onI3 y theti6ots ot owlaand the bollo dogs whiletheinoon shone on in eli Its plendorlasi11t looked on noste- of woe Atlast her long week of physical and mentAl suflering reI ended end her home was left deo late The father and chUirea thus slept tilJ early uibrni tcOo waking Mr Presley at OfIce1Ieed his charge and harrieda eearch1 her Not finding her Lu the bow he passed out latothe yard and es turning the corner of the house die covered the body as It Iwayed back and forth In the gentle breeze ni early morning DIED IN HIS TRACKS CalJloun MarMeets Death While tSi1oon Bu Taking a Drink Calhoun Ky IOct 26Wlth a swallow flwlallky still running dows his tbthatMIlei Vertres sank to ilie ktIaltetIlGeMr Vertrev according to wltnellHt entered tbe lOOD at the reef door 1 lie walked up to the bar au ukad- fof I half a pint ofwhiky InLbott1e- remarkisgat l the ttrnethatba dldjet ellbottleHe took a swallow and then readiedt for the railing of thebar fell horn his trembling han1 O crashed on the floor- Idroppedlothe room rushed to his Iide tt ralS4I him but life was already extlact The body was removed to the Tin neT hotel aaj prepared of burial I- Cwas afterwArds lremoved to his lab home la the lower part of town Mr Vertres is survived by a widow and three children lIe ilervedddtlag the civil war with the Union atinyC and was drawing a pension time of hili death He was a truate of the town which position he Iad held for a number ul years His friends say chat he was Subject to at- tcka oIieart failure CENTERTOWN KY Oct 27Mrs Tow Cater halr turned from a vlIt to Irleada us r Rockport rtIidaughter Mrs Sue Gary inLouii I vlIe Bj N Stroud and wlfer of Hortol- Sarevlsltlag friendS nd relatives re Dr Smith oPoItitPleagant vIlted friends here this week I1ra B N Fa gbtol McH aty several days here visiting b hr son U S Paught- IsMr Will togserofVUivlllC visiting here this week IMr Jake Wardew was In LoulsvUle last week Mrs B M James nd Lewta James I visited friends inV S uthCarrolliou last Saturday and Sunday IMrs George Rhoads baa moved to lour r The cUldrenj awakened by the cries of their distressed father came out one by one to gaze on the distorted features ol an object they had but the night beCore calledby the endearjug- nsue ofmother The news spread rapidly and the day wat consumed in arranging for thelaiiritO Ilie rntICip6ptii2ttpn- ofthet neighborhood une la to lee the body and learn the facts of her death At insect the Coroner and his Jtiriarrived and fterviewlng the main wade their mark to the verdict wrllleR byt jatl dtr In none of them could write his name Imedlitely In IrotltVof the house the carpenters were putttbg the last touch to the ctin while the women were sitting about the yard making the dress These at length being compsted the cowd began to assemble to hear the iuneral- a 1 sermon I Plc of lumber liIt over from making the coffin fence rails and i- Iwork bench to1IUtUted the material from which the benches torthe occ1 I lOll were constructed in each rootz a small lamp without a chimney or globe afforded light while thecor4- ofImetl the rooms were occupied little children pups and kIttee all fast asleep The services commCBcc4 promptly at 9 oelocJcp 1m lu thec- reaeace of moie than It haBdred mear and womnt who Sl1ed both rooms and stood in ctowda about the doors4 qIcIrcelures of those but hIM bythe icka1 B- erfli light which tell arousd hk insalt rniting dlmnnes3 tuld lhaclow i while before bimlaythe stark aud- Igid features oithedeadiurrouiided- bythewetpisg II- eUsede children At the CoJelusloilol the brief aerL d vide those who wets hot afraid veda horse wbUe the JElon tlmldsti1ed toVG Watch till mowing w When morning came the body was a loaded intoaZotasdtirrIed toita- 1at J rutIs place 10 lowed byl vents concourse of friends The ialIy re- iirned froitr tkeraveyardtomti i Creturnedawed whispers to dream dream of terror to ate vllonS or srlt fM many days and night to come5em- uel Styx la Lonlaville Times WILL COST 30000fi New Green River coat Now being Built It Calboal Capt Lee t Howell Havlig Cbirre Of Construction 1 Liaewpacb tfzGm the Greened d arrearlvVadtto 1 the river betw 1hlnlt1j aid KdJtiIY111etaI lOW belsg bethat talhoot n I packet will be th Jar est on the irv er being of coal erab1e more ton ag11 than the Crescent City Xl 14 under ttood that the boat will also be very fact The cost or ebuetruction and- machinery will be abort ooooICapt Lee Howell baa charge constructio of eDew boat The beat will be reacg to go into comI mission by mbc I The 8teamc er Is being bul1troJU tit towboat L UBurbman whIch wu burned 9 j the Ohio river sear touaville abort while ago The hufl was railed and taken toCaiboon where It 1k now being thoroughly rebuilt The wreck was purcblled by Al tired Hemunos who will operate the new craft Wh e completed Thet Burhsa was prActically a new when burned and plied Green riverI and the 10w rOtlloBowUug Green News a wVFor a 8ad Cold If you bl1tebadold you need a- goodreliablt edIciae like Chamber laInaCougbKemedy tolonee grid re- lIeve It and to alaytlle Irritation and Infiamatlonof the thrOat and lumg The JeOthIBd1knIlBf propeitls- oftkia remedy aid the quick cures wlllck It tJltCtl makes It a favorite everywhere For sale y all drug giste oVV- in Icilrllnt Sir exclaimed the indignant dAughter orBve what did you nieaii- by tlallli me I Why lerdldnt mean any thing stammered the young man In the sketch Then d ntfu daredo It agaldf said the fair patty f theprclude I dont allow any man t get osculary I with me unless lj wtIIs business SeeChicagoivaTocURE IN ONE DAY Tab Jutlu lrolflo IllJlulue Tablet All druit estind tbs money II It fIt to rare i I W Oron sIaatflrOlft On acl box c Ij Earli RIsr- J j TkfMwNttIpIktft i I came veryneaTly being aorto kinsman of Abraham 31ncoIn My brother William n olm Nortbwea i Missouri now In his eighty ninth year murledsarah Owen daughte- ofNatOwen f Greed conn1yKy She had au old re1sterMarywdh- advisited anotbsisterncSprig MrjIInlove with he11 And proposed rnarr1iie4t She declined him offer tTJte theeO1rtsblpaad rejectl a are reitc4i ii It rndons life ql Lthcoln m1 panled by the ladys IPlctnr as ared In tater yeers as Mrs Vine yard of Platte county Mo A SIafoTOJUAf MPXRACTV Iu OctoberjlSS4rlhaloeca ntqt visit Chicago aJitl Sphlg6eld JU L Thecar In which I rote was due of t several 1ledith pauegergota at Jidaoec ratel tBphjield to hear O- debwbetwerjJStepkrIPRgl4Lt ind Abraham Unclin ihebco uition for the United States Senator hlp I did not eel enough inteceatw n the contest to go to the place 0- 1pesking or to get a view ofthe die t- putants elsewhere la hectty J 1UWER MIDDOUGLASS Is 2839 J was several hours In harleston Ill Iu that town was Jl a- soted lawyer and speaker uzied p sher P tinder a native or Hardin- ointy Kentucky He began his ca tear u a lawyer at Lellchfield and I while there became Intimately AQ qaalatedwlh many iawyera byUe b- ucating courts of neighboring OUQ a espiclally at Bhzabethtows ud anIstowL IhrnarrkdMiu Steven non beow Eltzabetbtown Ills bojn was la atwostory log house Just lOath of the court bouser equar and ext below It was the shop au4lep ing roomsol MordecaLLtucoInthed I Ung shomakeraconsinof Abrabam nd across the street lived Sheriff 0 Wasbln gton Neighbors whose JCe was a aisterofiltlordecia Llfde nd Mordeca were personal frieda thlakl1 three of the houses are C tanding yet co vertedby modern AUGH AfTfR LONG CHASfl II John Morrison London Embezzler Is Captured Uowed Fourteen Months Over Two Continents By Detee tfYes Arrest is made In CblcagoI Chicago Oct 30After a chaSe t luting ourteeamoath atJd la whlFh two continents were traversed withal t- etectIveIn purauJl JohnopiiqIua- Istentcashier otthe iNprthampt- onskefLudonehaMwfthrnbez I g more tbin16 dh eii tiued In Morrison wlthEd 11ardteceforce who elected the capture t now Is on his waytongland toaaf wer the charge of defalcation Morrison after his fight assumed flmanyonducting a jewelsy store la Fortyw thlrd street unt1erthe nameof Henry organ He also had usedtbeaamea of William br UuH nr Miller and rancis During August 1902 in the temp rary absence of the cashier of the London bank Morrlon It 18 al leged fled to the continent The- heft taroused the London bankers Weston waS put on the case The detective started for the coati nent thirty hours after MorriSon but the eelng men had sailed at oncet Cor Canada There he bought a ticket for New York In New York Mor neon lived at a small boarding house for atlelllt two months Becoming nervous he len the chrand went to Boston where he Invested In a Jewelry store The fugitive did not stay long In Boston lie went to Marion 0 where he Invested Ina buslaes venI tureIcame learned the embezzler had len only aI few hoUrs before for Chicago Wet son Strived In Chicago only a few days laterthan Morrlie When ar reatedthe fugitive conellted to return tc England without extradition pro rtlHnia S R What to do Uutllthe Doctor Arrives One of my children ws taken with cramp colic and ufered lays S B lVzee of Monett Mo I tele for a doctor then gave a dose ofChamberlaL 1 Colic Cholera and Diaren Renwdy and aJevr uiinnte- laterasecondduae Seine tofl cme the child WoI relieved Fou t Mflhiugg1st m 1- adoraements IntO cheerful homes whose walls are fourscore years or more old Linder left teitchfleld for Colee ouqtyIllinoie when I was a mall boy In his Illinois borne he dldnotlee lame a man of thirty five years thetlJlttle John of Leitch- fleldyeb he remembered the little boy whsxold him who IJwal andgre- wleeit thid facetious tn his rapid t len Hardn Charles A Utfeand others and told court Incidents or Ihe two jutt named Head Hurdle called Wickliffe cousin Charlie and the latter called the other B n Theuturning to Illinois he asked Did ypu ever hear Stephen- A Dauglaaa I bad not He cone inue When Douglass and Abe incoln werecanyassiug the State for he ttriatorst lp DonglitS1l became ari i4li tth1ted onteJo beSp hlin n the atflmpat aOmeof his appoint ientz j cdrnplied Sometimes I poke first andU you had heard UI- Iltoth and hadnt known which was htcb you would have supposed 1- wStepben A Dogmas and he was sbtr tinder SPI21T0AUS1 tinder turned from polities to piritualism Iledeclared himself a piritualist and gavemtif little cx- erience on that line In 1862 Iwas In Chicago I hear hat Ltader was living tbere and that might find hlD In a certain court room I went saw him inside the ar sent for him He came to mend we were II half hour together After talking about the lawyer I have amed h lntoduced spiritualism gain He said witha merry twinkle In his eyes Yes sir I am the trongest kind ofa spiritualist but the spirits are the biggest set of liars u existence and the last one of them Isan aboUtlqalst Thatwas a few days alter the surrender ot Vicksburg to tbebesleglng armies of the United States of which Abraham Lincoln was Commander in- hief Join W CuNlInGuAir St Louis Mo SENATOR VEST- s DyIng at The Home of Ills Daughter In Sf louis Gov Graham Vast for thtrtysix years United States Senator from Missouri Is dying at the home of his danghter In St Louts The Little Glaat S he was known In the Senate Is making the same gallitht fight for Ik that always marked his battles la public life But the fight IS a lOlling ont and Ute brllllant mind hat swayed the Senate Is slowly bitt- lurety fading away AU day long thaoldstateaman sits pa1UedIace on folded la his lap Once Ina while i shrunken fingers stroke his chin or he tonics with a stait to mutter Ed what Is Ill- fSenatorVestwa adylng wan when he len Washington lilt December when his term expired But even ashes of oldtlme mentality roused colleagues and filled the Senate ith his brilliancy But these flash e8 are becoming less frequent Mental decadence Is ollowingphysical decay THEFARMERS FRIEND- The COuntry Press CaD Always be Relied On la ab address before a farmers meeting tn Christian county one of- he speakers said As a rule the farmer bas no firmer friend than the country presl The hOme paper Is distinctly the farmers own paper supporVed directly and Indirectly by iarmers who compose the backbone- of the aubscrlptlon lIst and largely for wlit tbe enterprising menhaa- tadvertij ovrlbrtherstetns not lorgetour friendS Let us see that our subscription Is paid up to the first qlrJaullary elicbyear InaJvancell we cap illford IL he man or the paper thatftlhts my battles shall have my Another thl gtheiner chants who advertise are the ones who mak K elbltl for them to ret agoodloeal paper and men or firms who are too penurloull to advertIse and kelp the local preashave no right to the farmus patronage I propore to gp to a live advertiser and a man who will do his share In supporting a lbcal paper rather than to buy of a man who proposes to cecure all and gtve nothing In return II the faint era as a class outd support their rlcndstheotber would soongo out of bualneee- L = T A STRCNG VIGOROUS N 4 Is Liable to Break DownPerunaA is Sure to Restorei Hon Frank Dunn Alderaid TwentyFourth trkt c from 232 East FlftyElghtb Street New York CityI Vie Peruna Medichic Co Columbus ah t I Gentlemen Thcg Is no remedy for II brokaa4wauayaajz- mm I know of whIch wIll so effectually rsaiort 1JatI1PMlII i Whenever llU1J overworked su1farfroaE the JHlIa cold a few dosn oProns builds me up again more qukkljEihfs anything I ever trldl find It especially vsllldr for cstarr4- Threeboilej cured me three years ago of tatsrrlt offbiaioaach aid l fHV III1fl the en ayapfos of II slice Very truly t tWt PRANK DUNN Alderman2ttltDIItNr K q WHERE KISSING ISA CRIME Many Countries ProhibIt theust of the Public Streets It Is not only In Connecticut that blne laws exists which make kiss lug la public a crime Cherson I RussiA has a local ordinance whlC provides that every Jack who 8 caught kissing his Jill In a public thoroughfare shall be fined fifteen csughtIbeloved a stern policeman hauls him up before s judge throws In a lecture upon evllof the young meq ways Eveki In sunny Italy the land where It Is supposel to beaU live guitars and kisses there are places where oSculatory salutes la public are forbidden and the amorous swain of Milan who Is caught kissing his best girl In the Public sheets Is fined six lire While There Is Life Tbere1s Hope I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little mys Cream Balm cured ItMsctie Shouts Rahway N J Cream Balm reached me safely and the effect lasurprising My son eata the first application gave decldedr lieS Respectfully Mrs PranklLn Freeman Dover N H The Belie doee not irzltte or cause sneezing Sold by druggists atoeta or mailed by Ely Brothers 6 Warren St New York CA XCJnXAI- wau You H Y t4ll- patvo 01 ctThe IS S S- Utiglang Is shipping a great deal ci gold abroad the same as the Unlle State But both are gold atandsrd countries and are not worrying over the matter They know their credit Is sound and that gold enough to guarantee the salety of their currency Is readily obtalnableToy Times4I OTCRX llpatvt Betrith ol ftOneMlftuteCough CUre Fer cough CeI and Creup I D1VIESSiOUN1Y BANKITRUSTlOOi OWENSORO KY ii Cash Capital OQoo81- 80khld Addtt LIbllitr 50000- QaraatEundferCuitomiri 100000- Di reeilrM nbje o ebck eIIInothIng to dapO1 orckekceL AS Mbsd- cn by nail lnWrwl pI4 an Uw 4IpOtI a PER CENTroJIIIOIIIor tOlporIo4t nTYOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE ThC lUG I When 00 take Grove Tutla Chili TOImW ho ftUntiutIestorDm No Can N la7 I6c THI- SREMEDY CATARRH Is sure to If GIVE Datlsfaotl9 ELYS CREAM BijI 1ltand beau the dIsindn- mbriDe It CUC- caterth and dclvii- eway a cold I tbe- beul orbed healItIaboCOLDIPi HI n the ilvmbrne Riitorett nsal lruggletjcrlayELY nltOTUEJI 11ft JIIJIII- hrI Dl S C a Will fr=IYu- ii0eIfl rfftfrA Joru dO- O1pqIPIiiii iq- fta 111 It AJIBHe 4 awa tuoe Ave 3T OtHeo 11 TONIO Ia a medi itgives teiie tItoomo part or the syatim There are different kind of tonic but the tonic most needed Iii this country where catch Is so PfGTalSt1 ii a- tonlcthatoperstea on the mucous main brsnosPernna S a tonic to the mucous seem brutes of the whole body It give tone- to Uio ospII1U1Ireuiatio1Mh eon awte these delicate membrane aUoj1iIpotonic that strikes at the rootof aU ca- tarrhal attecUolU It gtTH toneo the minute blood vessels and te terminal nerve fibres Catarrb cannetentotloug whorelPonmaISanaed intelligently Icruni socks out catarrh Ian fb hid den parta of tho body f Paul Landrum welting tress Atlanta Ga887I In 7t1eeaaIhe aN 04 your p81UIIa radKanaUa for what W14 termed organlo heart trOubIe Atthat Umer OIld searcly walk to my laa of henijiosi wlthontitoppingfo yeah and on entyal felt ooJllptetel exbsute4 Bad seveepalnsIn mybeart Sad genera dizziness After tI8IB Mis f bottle of Warfetlfonrleeiihouri1a day without any H4- foel1JJgIPaul LandrussIAY ketduemplei ithe O dQRR West3uxl1ngtonIswrlteai c UIa4Itrr ottha atomaJi end- amiJIJntaunei for a numberot year Iwont to a number of doctors and got no relief Ylnally one otay ZI eklra cent inetOW aM Imet the same SMcr1 ThoyeeJtithy seeM 4o1eth1n- gcqmiia I bM osaeroftbe stomach and thert wan i curS Ialmoi thought tie same for DTHIMb wsaesssthlng- awfoLvl eml4Juy ton4tIt was sebitssllke4I uId not eat anything without great mlseIy slid I gradselly grew wor yInUyI lot one of your boaki said oac1udedeeIk7JEInI end thank- GodjI leea4 af1aenrpfoe ik- atddlIre aye bottles oC- PenUla and flrobtManalth andI nc eLkke a J1eW11HUeaJuto lJtIi bMa kaaPtu4snIkeefm bottle ninybonaeall the tlms4ALIkrd- If you do not prOuipi end K ticiGry resaiuts frosethe ss W1enu write at once to Dr IIart8utpIIlTlaI a- fnll statessentef7eweose beptoued to gWeiyob1a ajl44 a4 ylengratlaAddress u 0 Dr JJaitaR XrNldent II- TlJo IIai1 SnLt iuss Celiib4 Ql1o t THE e NeW YorkWorldThH- ceaWeekEditIen Read Wherover tim English LungungoJs Spokn ThriceiWeek WorI4ong ago established itIlif iapSWUaiOr and tills Ce reaegnIemIuhestzongestp- ubllcatlon 01 kiad In thUultedt- 3tatea Advctlaeti aJdnblIshers sk4ng clbbiag eeab4etiniand thtylknowf htuM1ypealtyteMiy- fe this J It Is w1dely d in- sycry Sste and Territory of the Vu Ida and even1n remOteenh lAttice andon the gold acids Ja lh4eerteo- ftAnstralta These are f14 things thattell Next year we have th Preldelttlil campaign in vwklck aU Arnerkana- are dseplyItsesateJAlready t-heftpr heJagdlcuasd and the two great atiiarepreparing lor the first mO will not want taaina anY dtaIIeaa fyqn stab- astUte now your years subscription will over the campaign from begin nlnrtoend The TbrIceaWeekYJorldIa aims- oltatelyfsirI in its political neIe Par tisanblas Is nev d effect its dews eolumnsandDesuocsatnud Republican alike can Obtain I 1tapes r t lh rljCBta ofalt the grid pe- iitioal outests- iii ddMion to an the sews Ute ThriceaWeek World unliakee the It aerial fiction elaberatenarkett- epot ta amid other fetnres ofintert The Thricea Week Worldil regular subscription prIce is onlyi per year ud this pays for i6 pap lIVe of fer this unequalled uewspaer and RErUBLICAs together one yar lot 16i 1 C oYou1ikfQ tIta 10 townUd 1f yota are avIotla iii IDontDolt kinViC Well admltiwill Ours malaria but It leaves almost deadly alt etocta r 8IEIJBINi9tm 18 vegetable s almohtt4ljeeraatoad- to ouremalar13 headeobo blliououesn aa4 all siorimeb kldsiey dliver OOIfWaWo TRY rr TODAY y- nBottIo50cente All Druggrsi Sale byJjHWllitams Hartfor VI t TonictHalt IOfI w4 Qc EacIo5ei with fINWY Jr TCM Lorw aecLIYerA IC- VVe tbi c THE HARTFORD REPUB1IO N Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICrnOiU OFITnpnnIITBBfOUTBCDN lE IONALDISTrCr Subscription I a year r1o VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER G 1903 NoIG Sleeplessness Is Aldo to taNnlt MilD a woman reo altar tkfass the Un awake boar by hour peopling the arkness with startragInll of the bed or the turtle of the bedclothes symptomIn to disease of the delicate womanly organs and It constant drain of the vital and nervous farce This condition cannot be over conic by powders The dleaacd coolli lion must bo cured before the consequences of dlllCallC are roo mod cureUIoVlnu and Irepllllllnn It is the belt of tonics and invigomntt nourishln the nerves encouraging the appetite and In dueing refreshing sleep 600 Reward tOl Woman Who OlMtllst be OdPiercesFavoritenoted in olIrrlng to pay aoo in legal ofltucoheaVemale tanGotnaNtrial of Ihelrrnansof cure wriluAJton1 qbVQerred tllroRalunehtleandlbetentdos anythreebet rt iar avemewebottles snd thep ah had the lath botnr she was eouaS and wtlL a Dr Pierre Pleasant lcllru should be hard with Po1 orite Presalpdon wbrA- eyer a 1uatln ia required WeakHearts Are due tollldlgestion Nlnetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestlon onlrIrutloo All food taken Into the atomaclt which falls of perfect digestion ferments and agalnslthohurtthe Mart and In tM course of time that delicate but vital organ becomedlzeued- t VI D I ba4ItOftlachwit bssislibiisz4 in Irhili hurt trouble wltl II I toot Kn o Drsvcpsla cure ice bat lout taontksed It mmd ma lCoIIoI Digests What You Fat and relieves the stomach of aU oervolu I + satin and the heart of an pressure Bret um r SIOO Sba hoUlnr 3i Umee thtrW- 1Iu whtcb seas Ia OO- cyr o nd by L 0 DWITT at co OHIOaOo CumberlandTELEPHONE dN- Dtelegraph Cut- tneorhuratL Therea nothing the matter with my businelill I have the Cumber 1a Telephone let my rtbhtncc nod place of hnsllle8s My buslnese hall reseed and nlY Wiles voice Is nev- et1ieard to irunlhle about the Telephone Yours for go 1 service and gentlemanly competition ILP NOWhlN Manr r u ROUGH RIVER- tELEPHONE COMPANY tlseoaroaafsbl Talk being cheAp and neceuery yen should pntruntze home folle here you can buy your phones sad build your own Jllles and be In talking distance with the whole court buslneas pubic generally by- osjy paying a reasonable rent to the Rliugh River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense 1- 16u Say no We conneCt with all In dependent Companies For partlcu laze call on S T SteveuaManager Hartford Ky po Mrs LaUre S Webb aooUeisttBo Wf twfcchhads to nttthru tIIOftths sad now a Nil IIO- I pout sad I shall take G iand bgvepueedYtottha o wWncsdDdcrul x80r falllIiot the WOmb troubles- f0Dowawomaa We1p oat tbocb Do not watt take Wine now and avoid tho t8st- D ins of Cnrdul nova bcno6t woman of any age Who of Cardui relieved he was In don themeofmean more to you iou tl1 now avoid the CaednlBoil OF I I a t 6 e eJ T So L AIII True Story of Mountain l l Life i l The humble home or Mr James Persley Is eitaatedon the headwater a of certain little mountain etrean f Eastern Kentucky In this home his wife Mrs Mary Presley had been for many weeks a sufferer wastlug away with a malignant type of ty phold fever During all these days her neighbors and heads ministered untlrlnglyto her wantalbut accqrdllg to her request and preference It washer husbands nightly tank W keep his vlrglls alone Thus days PI8erJ and the snmmer of 1903 was passing Into autumn Fodderln time had come and nil the availing working force of each mountain home was em ployed In saving roughness for the approaching winter Mr Perste p was dally employed in pulllp fat der on the mountain aide whll every night found him by the hedad- of e hlft uUcring wile At length worn out by the constant labor CPd- wntchln he fell soundly asleep oae night no he sat In his chair by her side No sound was heard Is the room save an occulona1 groan from the children lying on the fiooq and the regular breath In of the sentlnal asleep- et his post Gently she withdrew her hand from his as his nerves relaxed In round slumber and sliPPed noiselessly from the room Summon InK at her remaining strength for one supreme and final effort she PJo cured a rope from the gear room and having rtlurnel1to the apple tree by the houllelibe cUmed Intot tied ohe end shoatthe left 11mbof the free the other securely about her neck t sad leaped tot death Wltbln the house the children slept on undleturbedwhlle the father eat by- an empty couch Without the nitti night IJtllIae81 was disturbed only by- the hoots ot owls and the howisol dogs Thlletb moon shone on In all its eplendoriasil it looked on no scene of woe At last her long weeks of physical and mentAl euOerlngs were- ended and her home was left deso late The father and children thus slept till early morning On waking Mr Presley at once missed his charge and hurried in search of her Not finding her la the house he passed out Into the yard and on turning the corner of the house die covered the body as It swayed back and forth In the gentle breeze or early morning DIED IN HIS TRACKS Calhoun Man Meets Death While atSaloon Bar Taking a Drink Calhoun Ky IOct z6With a swallow ofwhlsky still running down his throat Mlles Vettree sank to the Door lit Itvlq IIincocka saloon this afternoon and wu dead when those la the saloon reached his side Mr VerttC1l accordIng to witnesses entered the saloon at the rear door He walked up to the bar and asked for Leif a pint of whisky Inc bottle I remarking at the time that he dldJlot elbottlemoved the cork and put It to his lip lie took a swallow and then reached for the railing of the bar The boW fell from his band ntS crashed on the Without floorIdropped 10 the the room rushed to his aide andrale4d I him but life Will already extinct The body was removed to the Turner hotel ant prepared of burial I te was afterwards removed to his lat home lu the lower part of town Mr Vertres Is survived by a widow and three children lIe served during the civil war with the Union army and was drawing a pension at the time of his death He was a trustee of the town which position he iad held for a number ul years HI friends say that he was subJect to at ticks or peart failure- CENTERTOWN w KY Oct z7Mrs Tom Carter has returned from a visit to friends nee Rockport Mrs Silas Jones Is visiting her daughter Mre Sue Gary In Loul vile B N Stroud and wife oj Horto- arevialting frlenda and relatives here Dr Smith of Point Pleasant visited friends here this week I Mrs B N Faught of McHenry spent several days here vllllting her son U S Faught Evdnvillet Is visiting here this IMr Jake Warden was InLoulsvllle- tlllt week Mrs S M James and Lewis James visited friends In South Carrollton last Saturday and Sunday Mrs George Rhoads has moved to I our townI The dldren awakened by the cries of their distressed father came out lone by one to gaze on the distorts features or an object they had but t night before called by the eadeatln name of mother The news spread rapidly and the day was consumed In arranging for the ISlt rltesrhe entirepopbletfo n of the neighborhood came In tosse the body and leers the facts of death At sutlset the Coronet and his J arrived and after viewing the r mains made thelr mark to verdict written by a bystander ale nova of them could write his name Immediately tn front of the house tbe- carpentrra were putting the last touch to the coffin while the woo yaremaking the dress These at length being computed the crowd began to assemble to hear the luneral ermonrPieces oj lumber left over Iron making the coffin fence rails and work bench constituted the material from which the benches for the occas Ion were constructed In each root1 a small lamp without a chimney or globe afforded light while thecor nets of the rooms were occupied bYi little children pups and klttel al fast asleep The services commenced promptly at 9 oclockp nr Intbe presence of more than a hundred men and women who filled both rooms and stood In crowda about the door and windows The speaker wasl scarcely able to distinguish the feat urn of those ebut him by the flick 1 edb light Which tell around hint In alternating dimness and IIhadow while before him lay the stark an rigid features of the deadarronnd- by I the weeplnotherlcs children At the conclusion of the brief set vice those who were hot afraid even t home while the more timid stayed to watch un morning When morning came the body we s loaded Into a wsgon and hurled tolts hot reeling place followed bra vast concourse of friends The family returned from the graveyard to reeam e their dilly routine and their friend- returned to discuss the sid affair l awed whispers to dream dreams 01 terror to see visions of sperlts for many days and night to com eSam uel Styx la Louisville Times WILL COST 30000 New Green River Boat Now Being Built at Calhoun capt Lee Howell Having Charge of Construction A new packet irom the Green nd Barren rivers trade to ply the river between 1hlstItfand Evansville tal now being built at Cslhoon Tliet packet will be the largest on the rid let being of considerable more tonnage then the Crescent CIty It Is under stood that the boat will also be very fact The cost of cOnstruction an machinery will be bent 3oooc I Copt Lee Howell hu charge of th- Lonstrnctioa of t1enew boat Th- i boat will be reap to go into corn steameer Is being bull lrom the towboat L IL Burhman whIch was burned on the Ohio river near Louisville short while ego The huH was tale and takes to Calhoon where It tb now being thoroughly rebuilt The wreck was purchased by AI fred Hennou who will operate the new craft when completed The Burhmen was practically a new bo when burned and plied Green r and the loner OhioBowling Greet News r For a Bad Cold Uyou batea bad cold you needs a Qood reliable medicine like Chamber r IainsCongh Remedy choose and reo- lIeve It and to al ay the Irritation anil- Infiamatlon of the throat and lung s The soothing vad healing propertl s oUkla remedy and the quick urca- r which It effect makes It a lavorlte everywhere For sale by all drn slate m indignant lndignanrat ati by kissing met I Why lerdldnt mean any thing stammered the young min en the sketch fy Then donton dAre do It again said the fair patty of the prelude I dont allow any man to get with me unless itehtrAue busbies SeeChlcagoNws r TO CURE A COLD tN ONE DAY Tote laatlre promo Qnioln Tablets All drulata rrnnd the money lilt talk to ram wOrovsIgaelrlaoaeehbox v rol Pff Earlyd Risers The fAleuII It I J MEMORIES FJBE LIICOLItR- ev t I Cunningham Relates Some Interesting Incidents In theE Life otthe War President E I t A A A j a A A A A A t jet A A j A A I tame very gently a sort 01 kinsman of Abraham IlncolnMyl brother William R of NorWwes- he Missouri now tn big elghtyuintl- g year murledSnrah Owen daughte- of Nat Owen or Green county K She had an older aieteq Marywho hadwlalted anotherslsternhrSprlng field l1l1nolll Therelshe met Mr Lincoln a young lawyer whq felj- er love with her and proposed martlage She declined his offer TIle facts a4 t j thecourtship and rejection are recite i Lincolneccomepanted by the ladys picture as e Vineceyard of Platte county Mo A SENATORIAL ASPIRANT IDOdoberj r8S4Ihadoccaslontq visit Chicago and Spridgfield111- d The car la which I tadM was one o several filled with etSK goln at ridnoed rates to SytfngfielG to bur debate betwenr SttphC1A DOgl l and Abraham Uncolln their con tentlon for the United States Senator Jnleleeat in the contest to go to the place of speaking or to get a view of the dls patents elsewhere la thedtq UND R AND DOUCLASS- i In 1859 I was several hours In Charleston Ill In that town was a DamedIcounty Kentucky He began hls ca rear w a lawyer at Leltcbfie1d and while there became intimately ae- qualntcd with many lawyers by fre quenting courts of neighboring coon ties tapidally at Bhbcthto nand Bardstown lIe marriedMiss Stevenson below Rllzabethtown lIu home Justdnext below It was the shop and iip ins roomlol Mordecai Unc01ntbe fid gahomakeratronainofAbraham and across the street lived Sheriff Geo Washington Neighbors Rhone wife was a sister ohMordecla Linder end MordecaJ were personal depde I thinkall three of the houses are standing yet converted by modern CHASEaJohn Morrison London Em bezzler Is Captured Followed Fourteen Months Over I Two Continents By Detec tlvesArrest is made In ChicagoI Chicago Oct 3oAfter a chase lasting fourteen months and In which I two continents were traversed with aI detective In pursuit 1ohnMorrlaOIJ1 rualstlntcashler of Back zing more thsn6ocod has been cap lured in Chicago Morrison with Ed Ward 1VestoDo1 the Scotland Yard de teethe lotce who effected the captured t now eon his way to England to an ewer the charge ot defalcation assumedemany atlases When arrested he we capdacting a jewelry afore In Forty With street under the nameor Henry 1 Jorgan He Also had used the names 0of William Jor tin Henry Millet aud Francis During Anguettgdzin the temporary absence of the cashier o f the Loudon bank Morrison It la al legcd fled to the continent The thenLandon bankers caseatThe detective started for the continent thirty hours after Morrison but the fleeing man had sailed at on for CanadA There he bought a ticks for New York In New York Mor- rllon lived at a small boarding house for atleast two months Becoming nervous he len the dtr anti went to Boston where he Invested In a jewelry store The fugitive did not stay long In Boston Ie went to Marion O gwhere he Invested In a buslnes van Wetson came to Marion where be learned the embezzler had len only a few home before for Chicago Wet eon arrived In Chicago only a Cew days later than Morrison When ar rested the fugitive contented to retnrn to England without extradition pro ceding What to do Uutll tho Docto- ry Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered says S BB lVzee of Mouelt Mo I tele phoned for a doctor then gave a done of Chamberlains Colic Cholera as- Diarrhoea d Remedy and afew mlnteH later II second dose Before the doc- I torreame the child Was relieved Foraele by Wdruggllth + in adornments Into cheerful homes whose walls are fourscore years our forhatdid not see Inme a man of thirty five years the Little John of leltch- I fieldpet be remembered the little boy grewqtellrgbclat I tiara Hardin Charles A WlcJtlllI and others and told court incidents of the two just named lie veld Hardlncalled Wickliffe cousin Charlie and the latter called the other Ben Then turning to Illlnols he naked DId you ever hear Stephen A Dauglaslltl I had not He con tinned When Douglass and Abe Lincoln were canvassing the State for- I the tlenatarehip Douglass became alarmraatldlblledontne to help him on the stump at some of his appoint lItentaIIcomplied Sometimes I spoke first and if you had heard us both and hadnt known which was which you would have supposed I was Stephen A Doglass and he was Usher Linder SPIRITUALISM tinder turned from politics to spiritualism He declared himself a spiritualist and gave me a little ex perlence on that line In 862 I was la Chicago I heard that Liader was living there and that I might find him In a certain court room I went saw hIm lnnide the bar sent for him He came to me and we were a half hour together After talking about the lawyer I have named be Introduced spltitaaliem again He said with a merry twin kle In his eyes Yes sir I am the strongellt kind of a spiritualist but the spirits are the biggest set of liars IQ existence and the last one ofthem Is an abolitignist Thatwas a few days alter the our render of Vicksburg to the besieging armies of the Untied States of which Abraham Lincoln was Commander In Chief JOlR W CUNNrNGUAM St Louis Mo VESTIlIs Dying at The Nome of ills Daughter In st Louis Gov Graham Vast for thlrtyslx years United States Senator front Missouri Is dying at the home of his daughter In St Louis The Little Giant as he was known In the Sen ate le making the same gallant fight far life that always marked his bat ties In public life But tke fight Is a toeing one and the brilliant mind that swayed the Senate Is Blowly but surely lading away All day long the old statesman sits In his great leather chair his pallled fan on his breast his ashen hands folded la his lap Once to a while his shrunken fingers stroke his chin or he rouses with a stott to mutter Rdwhat Is ttlJ Senator Vest was a dying man when he len Washington last December when his term expired But even musedahis colleagues and filled the Senate with his brilliancy But these Gashes are becoming less frequent Mental decadence la following physical decay rTHE FARMERS FRIEND The Country Press tan Always be Relied On In an address before a farmers meeting la Christian county one oCI thecefarmer has no firmer blend than the country press The home paper Is distinctly the farmers own paper supported directly and Indirectly hy farmers who compose the backbone of the subscription list and largely for what the enterprising merchant advertlSei Ndlfbrothera let us terse lint friends Let us ace that our subscription la paid up to the first qlJanuary each year In advance it w cap afford It The manor the pope thatfights my battles shall have my support Another thing the men chants who advertise are the ones who make It possible for them to get a good local paper and men or firms who are too penurious to advertise rightrpropore to go to R live advertiser and a man who will do his share In supporting a- Ibcal paper rather than to buy of a man whn proposes to secure all and give nothing la return II the Carml ers ea a class would support their friends the others would soon go out of business A STRONG VlGOROUS4MAN Is Liable to Break DownPeruna is Sure to RestoreI Non Frank Dunn Alderman ventyPourtb DIgfdct WrltaI from 232 East FlftyElgbtb Street New York CIty The Perunll MedIcine Co Columbus Ott r I Gentlemen Thero Is no remedy for II 6rokeldQwDIyS that I know of which will so effectually restore health as Peruna I Whenever I tu1J overworked or suffer from the consequences of- a cold a few doses of Perunll bUIlds me up again more t1MiJ anything I ever trIed I fInd It especially valuable for CIltllrr4 Three bottles cured me three years ago of Catarrh ofthe stomach and 1 hate Aever ltJd the lust symptoms of It slnuIVery truly two FRANK DUNN Alderman loth DL N Yo Cityr WHERE KISSING ISA CRIME Many Countries Prohibit the use- of the Public Streets It Is uotoaly la Connecticut that blne laws exists which makes hive ins tn public a crime Cheraon In RUBSIA has n local ordinance which provll1cs that every Jack who Is caught kissing his Jill Ina public thoroughfare shall be fined fifteen rublesabout Ent 25 It he Is caught with his arm around the waist of his beloved a stern policemen heals him up before s judge throws In a lecture upon theevll of the young mens ways Even In sunny Italy the land where It Is supposed to be all lrve guitars and kisses there are places whetb osculatory salutes In public are forbidden and the amorous wain of Milan who la caught kissing his best girl In the Public streets Is fined six lire While There Is Life Therels slope I was afflicted with cRtarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little Rlys Cream Balm eared tMarcus G Shoutz Rahway N J Cream Balm reached me safely and the effect Is surprising My son sa11 the first application gave decided reo lief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm dose not Irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists Rt po eta or mailed by Ely Brothers p6 Warren St New York T C4STOrzXABean the You Nara Always iioulfi4 lllgoatereof ct1b8 J RnglRng Is shipping a great deal oj gold abroad the tame as the United standardtthe matter They know their credit le sound and that gold enough to currencyereadily obtalnableTroy Times O oBTOBXABeat the Naa Always Bowl tllgaatere of theatl OneglinuteCoughCulra For Coughs Colds and Croup DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST CO OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital 850000ats- ckholdnAddPI Liability 50000O- uaraell Fund hr Customarei 1100000D- eporlta solved bled to aback eau notbti to dpoot or 01l1I0Qt Ace Ma M done by mall lours PSIS o time dqotIta r PER CENT for ISmonUilI 101 a Pft00II I rurbgfmamaaiatelTCa T 9 UDUIOf Preifde YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAt INQ When you take Grove Taetelee ChIU Tobid Der ell OM tb formula I plainly JrDted CI tnI 11tleahowiog that lqutmoi Iron aiid Qutplnlaa- tMLelees form No Care No Pay THIS j HEMEDY I Is suro to GIVE SatlsfactipfELYS atynmIt u1l1catarrh HEADeorbedthe Membrane Rntorea thi team at IrugggtigrbyELY 11IIOT11El1See SIN rwptire 1a- I Maetaof Saar r8- tafureaa rHMJ8qDl1Iwt aiMarsk8 00 e 8or- erJtoOYaH 1 elruaaa a AU Ilk IaaagMLuoaAY- 3TLOUtak MOl TO1tI0Is a modlone hilt Sine tone nto somo part of the system There are dUforent kinds of tonics but the tonIo moet noededln this country Iftonic a buncePerona ta tonIc to the mucous membranes of the whole body n gives tone tothe capUWdrculaUoJW con titutos those delicate membranes iPOruna U a specific In Sa pperaUoa upon the mucous membrane It Ii 0 tonic that strikes at the root of all cs tarrhal affections It gives tone to the minute blood vessels nd the terminal nervoflbres Catarrh naot exist long where Penns t used lnteltlgently- Pallas seeks out catarrh In all tLe hid don parts of the body Paul Landrum writing from Atlaaty- Os sayu In JaBMr71 a the use of yotu Peruns and HanalJn fox what wa4 termed organic bout troubler Atthat tIme mould scarcely walk to my plscp of bua1nON wltbontstoppingto test and on arrival felt completely exbsnzted myheertaadgeneraldizziness PeronA I began to improve and todal feel that I am a BOund man and I worf fourteen hours day without any bad toeI1ngLPanlIsndramAMIkerdanemployee or the 0d Q BTWeetJlnrlingtonIa writoa- ltI had CAtanb of thotomeh ssmell intestines for a number art year I wont to a number of doctors and got no relief Pinally one of my doctors lent me to ChIcago lid Imet tho same taw TheylUMthey soulddo tlokhin- gfornte4bat I ITa4 cancer ofthe stomach road wu po cure I almost ssmethingawful so bftaajiTeIcould aol eat anything without greet alaefyand I gradually grate worse FtnallX got ore of your books and concludOXwoeiltryrns and thank GOOrI fnat rliellof l1aC1Irlltor that dreadful disease ttook flee f ottlss o- Perunri and tirof ManaUn + sad I now feellikea BW1Ba Therefeaothfag- better thag Potugaan4Ikeep E bottle 1D eall thetJm AM Ikard- n you do not dpripe prompYndistis factory result fromth use Weruawrite at once to Dr IIartmaaigtTlni a fallstatementof ueue and he wID tie pleaaed to gtaobyowlal4 Tlta blbvice gratis MdreH Dr Usfman Pfeddent d- Tho HrtmauiSsnituInm Ol1Jo THE New York World Thrice WftoltrEdition Read Wherever tllo English Language js Spoken Thrce a WeekWorldlong ago- eatabllilbtd Itself iapublicjfayor and Itu sow recognlzeduthestrongestp- ublication of Its kind In United eemhiaapublishersseeking they bow bea destif to this Uls wldelypeircali ed 18 every State atiel Territory of the Union and even Ji teintlteSo k zAfrlca- andlon the gold fields lq HCrts bfAustralia These are the thlags that tell Next year we have the Presidential campaign In which tall Americans are deeplylatereated Already the lesnee pry being4diacussed and the two are preparing for the first movesYou will nut want tomiaeany detiseaiI ifyousabu- ectibe now your years subscription will cover the campaign from beginning to end The Thricea Week World is abso is Ita polltlcat news Prt- BSn bias Is neverellowed to effect Its news columns and Democrat and Republican alike can obtain iii its pages trptbful accounts ofali the great po- Iltleai contests In eddldion to all the news the Thricea Week World furnlehes the best serial fiction elabOrate market tepottsand other features oflnterett The Thrice a Week World regular subrcription price in only r per year and this pays for 356 papers We offer this unequalled newspaper and Rnrl1nrICAf together one year for r6i r DQYouTakeQ Its 10 it nre a of ma hlliaJDont Dolt Its Dangerous Y t Well admit it will onto malaria but It loaves almost deadly after effects IIERBINEarto CUre malaria sick headacho wall stomach kidney and liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents n Doulo AU Drugglila- o rrSale by JH Williams Hartfol u Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Ihas stood the test 2S years Average Aaltual Sales over One and o Half Million Does this record ofmerit appealt NoCtlre NoPltYw50cEadosed with every bottle is aTea Ceatacksge of CireYe tack ooh LIver PIli I r i w YrwtK714Jr lf ry r 4 j 1 4 Ii J Hartford Republican limed Iiy the Hertford IalilMiIng Company ixconrnnAYKn C K SMITH Editor xsrsyerssozr cc Cumbrlonc3lonouch FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 THEIIE stood Ohio county ED BArn tss the next Circuit Clerk Du A D PARK the next Repro sentativo from Ohio county HON A S BENNETT tho next Stato Senator from this Senatorial District REruiHJCAKS and other patriotic citizens ofOhio county did honor to themselves Tuesday EVEKY thing went Republican exa rcept Kentucky Why cant her citizens get right and vote righta Tug sun still shines bright in lh Ohio county homes Wo invito the lees fortunate Republicans of adjoin ing counties to come over and ratify with us- ODn former State Senator Capth N T Howard of Morgantown was 1 elected Commonwealths Attorney in the Eighth Judicial District Con gratulations and best wishes Uajit TIlE Heralds baby cryof boot die is laughable to Republican workers who had to contend with the seemingly unlimited supply of theI article in this county last Tues layCBARUABS and Ford each ran farI ahead of his ticket at their respective voting precincts Both arc clean manly young men and both were in dorsed by their neighbors without regard to party IT is an open secret that the Democrats had boodlo monoylito throat t the birds on election day Y the success of the Republican ticket in this county is charged to have been accomplished by the use of moneyjHERES to you boys Senator Den Jttt Representative Park and Cir Court Clerk Barrass May you all be faithful and efficient servants of all the people and an honor to the party which nominated and elected you THE result of the election in other States is encouraging to the Republicans Colorado Iowa New Jersey Pennsylvania and Maseachusots in creased their Republican majorities and Ohio buried the Democratic tick et thero under a majority of 100000 As a whole the country has endorse- Republican rule and only where 1 cal issues were paramount did Democratic gains appear Tim greatest and most bigh han d ed fraud ever perpetrated in nn election were those enacted by t- w Democrats in various parts of t State Tuesday Ballots and ball boxes belonging to strong Republican precincts were stolen or dcatroyc I voting places wore changed by Da ocratic election officers in strong Re precincts Republican eec 1tionofficers were expelled from the voting places without cause or reason Nothing that Beckham and his henchman in their greed for office 1 could do to win was left undone THE ELECTION AND ITS RE- suLTS r At the hour of going to press the 0exact vote cast in Kentucky is not known Tho true number of vot cast will perhaps remain unknown All over the State comes reports intimidation violence and cv murder as tho machines plan to carry the State for the nominees and p the largo Democratic majority is a result in part of tho fact that ballot boxes were stuffed polls closed and Republicans intimidated by the ma chino beelers But this alouo can not account for the voto cast Tuesday Tho election in the country districts was a fair re flection of public opinion and it too was a victory for the Democrats It would seem that the people of Ken tucky who did not indorse Mr Beck I hams administration wero indifferent Only in Ohio county can local Republicans take pride in the result The local organization fought side handed and atone against a largo campaign fund gathered in this county and supplemented by tho Democratic State Campaign Committee A member of their State Con- mittee was a candidate and saw it that the Ohio County Campai Committee illS taken caro of by I tHaw but tho result shows what Ohio county Republicans can do when aroused r President Roosevelt cast ballot Nn 82 at Oyster Bay Tuesday at 955 a m It took him only a minutes or two to prepare his ballot lie left for f Washington in the afternoon He was accompanied by Secretary of Commerce Cortelyou and his private 1 secretary Mr Loeb p DARING ROBBERY Cumberland Telephone Companys Cashier Held up and Robbed of 300000 Nashville Tenn Nov 2Two heavily armed men held up the assist ant cashier in the office of the Cum berland Telephone and Telegraph Company about 5 oclock this morn fug and secured 3000 in money The assistant cashier Melville Wheeler reached the office about 130 for the purpose of working on his monthly pay rolls and was in the act of getting the currency out oi the office safe when a man behind com manded him to be quiet and stuck a pistol in his face Wheeler sought to release himself when he was struck over the head with n billy and mo mentarily stunned A secoKd man put in his appearance at this time nd proceeded to rifle the sale while his companion kept guard over 111- Essistant cashier moneyeopening on the alleythe first one who had been holding the gun on Mr Wheeler backed toward the window He kept his gun trained on the as all the while commanding im with oaths not to move As the man turned to climb from the window Mr Wheeler seized a revolver from his desk drawer and fired two shots in rapid succession at the fleeing figure but without effect The night operator the engineer he night watchman several telephone operotors and the longdistance man the first office were In the building- at the time but none of them knew the robbery until Wheeler raised alarm Neither of the men were masked and Wheeler believes he would be able to Identify one of them Officers went to work at once on the case but no account of the robbers had been received up to noon TAFFY KY Nov 3 Everyoneseems to be en- joyIng the nice rain which tell Sun dayt Fannie Davis who has been quite sick for the past week is reo ported no betterIMr John Henry who has been sick some time is able to be out again Mr George Dalles a cattle of Pleasant Ridge was in our neighborhood Monday Farmers are very busy at presents stripping tobacco Prayer meeting at Mt Moriah has been changed from Saturday night to Wednesday night RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Tho S trot pncketli enough for usual occasions o8uppllor SHERIFFS SAUl 2065ofrom the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of E H Mor gan against Bessie Greer I or one of my deputies will expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so- ho much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and 161903tdoor in Hartford Ky viz One house and lot at Megan Sta OnmSouth by the Owensboro and Morgan town road on the North and West by the lands of Wm Ralphs heirs lev led on as the property of Bessie Greer the defendant in this action TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with ap proved security required bearing In terest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this aist day of October 1903 CAr P KEOWN S O C By J H ROBERTS D S w ceBoat Llnlmont on Earth I M McHany Greenville Tex ofwrites Nov a 1900 I had rheum matlsm last winter was down In bed six weeks tried everything but got no relief till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Llnl meat I used it and got two more bottles It cured me and I haven t felt any rheumatism sInce I recommend Snow Liniment to be th best liniment on earth for rheuma damn For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgIc paIns rub In Ballard a Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cnre 250 band oe 100 atj H Williams Drug gist m An attempt was made to assassl nate Capt B J Ewen at Lexington last night He wos fired on from a blind alley aud two bullets pierced his clothing He returned the fire and a late telegram says It is believed one ol the bullets found a mark T JUST WHAT YOU NEED i Chamborlalns Stomach and LlvorTablotato eatinghWhen you have a bad taste In the mouthWhen your liver is When your bowels ore constipated- When you have R headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by all druggists m OneMinuteGough Cure i For Coughs Colds and Croup 1 Qrt I t Vote of OMpCountyNoyember 3 1903 1 For I For I For I For I For 2Governor I orI Attorney I Senator IneprewnTij Circuit Clerk II t t t 2 ro II c td s C td CJ n f oii =par Pu g = 11 I IR CINC18a b fa op N g +i Hast Uattloid 150 163 147 163 150 i 60 162 146 163 146 6r 2 tl 2 West Hartford 102 133 102 131 103 128 129 100 128 103 127 I t3 Beda 109 113 106 119 106 ii9 no I 4 ItS 104 u 9 r45CfJ 6 Cromwell 531 r71 131 171 128 171 171 131 171 130 174 C 7 Cool Springs 74 71 73 96 73 69 69 73 69 73 69 8 North Roclport zoo 70 99 72 95 too 6S 102 7r 93 7 29 South Rockport 9 85 84 84 85 83 83 84 84 88 79 2 10 Select 47 119 47 119 45 519 115 47 Ir5 47 11- 8It 2Horse Branch 132 164 128 161 117 165 160 126 161 128 161 12 Rcwlne s197 85 197 85 197 197 85 197 89 195 1 13 East Braver Dam 122 95 119 96 121 93 95 120 95 118 97 14 West Beaver Dam 148 137 141 139 146 13b 143 139 141 120 I65 I C 15 McHenry o 146 399 141 195 14J 194 194 128 209 16 Cenrrtown 119 14 114 14 114 139 139 4h4o I16 139 1 17 Smnllhous 8 38 79 368r 36 36 85 32 80 36 J 18 E i8t Fordsvllle 79 174 79 174 79 174 174 79 174 97 156 219 West Fotdsvllle 108 124 105 126 114 123 123 104 123 110 121 20 iltnavllle 175 93 166 96 167 92 92 168 92 171 91 c 21 Shreve 82 78 79 77 81 77 77 79 96 85 7o 22 Onton 58 81 S5 81 57 S3 8t 55 S1 57 8l 1 23 Buflyd tot 48 r3 47 102 48 52 100 48 zoo 48 24 nrtletts 123 n 8 120 io6 123 105 106 119 107 121 106 25 Htflln 70 62 69 62 68 62 63 69 62 68 62 26 Ceralvo 45 43 45 42 46 42 42 47 4 45 41 227 Point Plearant 1 64 45 6o 45 6o 45 4S 61 44 62 43 t28 Narrows 95 7 9s 64 98 64 65 96 65 98 65 c 29 Ralph 124 Sg I24 87 t24 8S 87 123 83 124 88 2Totals 2888317228293143 2834 3124 3172 2Si8hi44i 2342 3129 13 287fj qIVICTORY FOT HUNTERi L Circuit Court Had No Jurisdiction Judge Settle so Decides The injunction granted D C Edwards by Judge H C Faulkner of the Laurel Circuit Court was dissolv ed last night by Judge Warren Settle of the Circuit Court of Appeals sit ting in the Chancery Court room in the Louisville court house Judge Henry S Baker heard the case and concurred In Judge Settles opinion Judge Settle after hearing argument clan hour by each side held that the courts have no jurisdiction in such a case and that only the goverlng au thority of the party could decide such questions In effect the decision sustains every contention of Dr I Hunters attorneys and his names will go under the log cabin I In his opinion Judge Settle takes the grounds that although C B Hill the Secretary of State may have ex ceeded his authority in declaring Dr Hunter the nominee the goverlng authority of the Republican party still have decided the case on Its merits and the decision would have stood provided It was made in time to haveJ the ballots printed At a meeting of the Eleventh Dls trict Committee held Monday night I a London it was decided that D C Edwards was the nominee and an appeal was taken to the State Central j Committee which will meet here Wednesday night to decide the case Even should the State Central Comj mlttee decided against Dr Hunter i which is Improbable it would be a physical Impossibility to print ballots in time for Tuesdays theI and Dr Hunters lawyers say Mr would be justified under Judge Settles opinion In declaring to instruct the I County Clerks to place Edwards name under the log cabin Some of the counties are thirty to forty miles off the railroads and have no printing officers Notice In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky in Bankrupt- In the matter ot Buckner B Col line and John R Phlpps partners as B B Collins Co a Bankrupt- On this 28th day of October AD 1903 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 21st day of October A D 19 3 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 14th day of November A D 1903 before said Court in Federal saidedistrict at 10 oclock orenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in the Hartford RKPCBUCAN a newspaper printed in said district and that all known credlters and oth er persons In Interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioners should not be grant ed Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at OwensboroKentucky in said district on the 28th day of October A D 1903 Trios SPEED Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSBY D C I T Worm Dostroyor Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly a healthy condition of the cannot exist 250 at J H WIIllamsf Druggist m Heiress to Philippine Estate Joplin Mo Nov 3 Miss Emma Wilson Cass the pretty platalft with a theatrical company which has held the board at a local theatre during the past week has fallen heir to 500ooo and left the company to day for her I home in Dallas Tex The 500000 inherited by Miss Casa is InvestedIn real estate in and near and is part of a 2000000 estate left by an uncle of the girls father who recently died Miss Casa is scarcely 18 years of age She has already planned a trip around the world The news of her good luck was brought by her mother Mrs EtDodd of Dallas HORTON KYCNov 4 Farmers are all tobacco and Mr Harvey RichardsonI was the first to deliver in Owens boro market Eugene Martin while in Illinois had the misfortune to break his arm and be returned homeJMr Baxter Howard Is painting his house building a new chimney and improving Its appearance In other waysIFred Patton was in Beaver Dam onC MondayMrs Julia Wedding of Hartford visiting in our neighborhood on Tues day Mr and Mrs E M Daniel and fam ily visited relatives In Williams Mines Sunday More of the stayathome vote in this vicinity was at the polls Tuesday than has been the case for recentI yearsIMr Ed Austin was in Hartford Saturday IItripIMr Joseph Young ofRosfneT IsCI the additionsrecent to our neighborhood For sick headache try Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward ofl the attack If taken in time For sale by all druggists Teachers Meeting be held in Sulphur Springs Ma ITo District at Dundee Novem ber 28 1903COrganization 930IWelcoms AddressA M AdonIResponseMoses Coppage Should Rules and answers In our arlthmetlcs be abolishedClarence Bennett and Miss Lena Miller Whispering in school Miss EUaI Herring and WS Sandbach Recess Benefits to be derived from debating societies I J HooverIWhy do you teach reading Miss Lena Bennett and A M ActonIRecitation Gallic Nabors 11oont Nervous systemDr J A SandI bach and Wm ParkIHabits formed in SchoolLon Hoover and J A Duff Value of politeness J E Mldklff and Hattie SanderscRecItationMiss Martha Thomas RecessEssentials of good cItizenshipOs car Shultz and Alex Boswell Shonld you teach patrlotUmiif soc howMoses Coppage and iClearence DeWeeseRecitationMiss Stella Daniel AdjournmentAll on program are expect ed to be present and other teachers of the county are invited also alt that are interested in education J E MrrcnBU 1 ComJ DUFFNOTICE I Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the 5th day of December 1903C will cause a poll to be opened and 1 an election held at the regular polling place in and for the town of Hamil I ton Ohio county Kentucky between the hours of 6 a m and 4 pw to take the sense ot the legal and quali voters in and for said town upon the whether or not lrsolderning and permitting the sale or loan of spirituous vinous barterI liquors in said town shall I operative Said notice is hereby given purauf ant to an order of the Ohio County j e Court mode at its regular November 1903 Term November 2 193 which is as follows Ohio County Court hoTemlwr 1crm Iolldny Soemll r 11KOJ Edward Joe Ac Ti Judgment J Motion for Loral Option Election In the Town of Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky This day this cause coming on on the first day of the regular No vember 1933 Term of the Ohio County Court held in and for Ohio county Kentucky at Hartford and further appearing that on Monday October 5 1903 on the first day of the regular October 1933 Term of the Ohio County Court Edward Jones R B Eastln John Harris W Hall Ed G W York G L Ezell John Rogers Simon Stephens E F Rowe P K Salsbnrg Richard Gwynn John Francis P L Neighbors L Francis V Miller Mosley John Neighbors Rob Francis Jas Martin Joe James D Walker W T Ingram J B Collins Simon Jones E F Reed N C RobIn- son W II Stanley McDowell Fair E H Gwynn Dock Jennings John Bur ton S B Bishop Sam Jones Sr H W Stewart Floyd E Morris James T Davis W G Kelley H Burden Beane H Bosket I T Goodall W Smith M L Dowell John Carr J B McIntyre II W Jones William cy I T Jackson Geo T Tinsley R tyD andIby each all of the petitioners above referr to praying for an election to be held at the regular voting place in and for the town of Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky on the 5th day of December 19113 to take the sense ofI the least voters in and for said town of Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky on the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein or whether or not the pres law governing the sale bater of spirituous vinous or mat liquors in said town shall become in operative thereupon appeared said petitioners by attorney insisting on aid motion and deposited in court 35 the probable cost in and agent the holding of said election and th court being sufficiently advised it is therefore ordered and adjudged that saidmotion to file said petition be and the name is hereby sustained the same ia filed that said else flan be holden the result compared certified as required by law in such cases that Cal P Keown the regular ly elected qualified and acting Sheri G of Ohio connty Kentucky is hereby appointed to hold said election and is ordered and directed to advertise the same as required by law and to open the poll at the voting place or voting places in said town joi Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky pn the 5th of December 193 to toke the sense oi the legal voters qualified to vote within the bald towu of Hamil tons corporate limits upon the prop- osItion whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned there or whether or not the present law governing and permitting the sale barter or kan of spirituous vinous or malt liquors in town shall become inoperative M S R gland the regularly elected qualified and acting Clerk of this Court Is ordered and directed to prepare and furnish poll books for tald election and that the same be com after the tall election is holden and the result thereof certified as re quired by law in such cases to this Court and this cause continued A copy Attest M S RAdLANSCvO CfC The above certified copy of order came to lends on this the 3rd yap of Novemberi93 CAt P KEOWN S 0 C Given under my hand this the 4th 193I S O C O4STOn4seuzt6 i rite KtnJ Yon Hare Mann Bought SlglIturO TIJ o DarAair Vigorforthough I am past eighty years of age yet I have not n gray hdr in my head Geo Ycllott Towson Md We mean all that dark color your hair used- to have If its pray now AyersHair grayhairSometfmcs hair grow very heavy and long and it stops falling of the hair too SIOO I Mile All drvrH t If your cannot dear eilletrretend UI ono and we you a bottle lIe sure ami cHo the tame of your nrtPSIlrf88 nOire Addw- MJCAYKUCOLowtllUlU CALLS fOR THANKSGIVING President Roosevelt Issues Seasons Proclamation Rests With Nation to Show Itself Worthy of BlessingFailure of Republic Would Be Dreadful President Roosevelt has issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation in the following terms By the president ol the United States ol America a proclamation The season Is at hand when accord Ing to the custom of our people it falls upon the Preldent to appoint a day of praise and Thanksgiving to God During the last year the Lord has dealfbountlfnlly with us giving us peace at home and abroad and the chance for our citizens to work for 1their welfare unhindered by war fam ine or plague It behooves us not on ly to lejolcc greatly because ol what has been given us but to accept it with a solemn sense of responsibility real izing that under heaven it teats with us ourselves to show that we are worthy to use aught what has thus been entrusted to our care In no other place and at no other governr for the people been tried on so vast a scale as here in our own country in the opening years of the Twentieth centuryFailure would not only be dreadful thing for us but a dreadful thing for meanWpowers and the righteousness of liber Therefore in thanking God for the mercies extended to us In the past we beseech Him that be may not with hold them in the future and that our hearts may be roused to war stead fastly for good nnd against all the forces of evil public and private We pray for strength and light so that in the coming years we may with cleanliness fearlessness and wisdom do our allotted work on the earth in such manner as to show that we are not altogether unworthy of the bless- Ings we have received Now therefore I Teeodore Roose velt President of the United States generaltthe coming November and do recom mend that throughout the land people ceases for their wonted occupa None and in their several homes and places of worship render thanks unto mete des In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed Done at the city of Washington this 131st day of Octoder In the of tour Lord one thousand nine hundtelj slid threeof the independence of the Unit ed States the one hundred and twenty eight TjIEODORB ROOS3VBLT By the President IJOliN HAY Secretary ol State 100 Reward a100 The readtri ol thin paper will be pleoeed to learn that there Is nt true one droudnl dlwane that science hu lirennbloto cure In nil IU BURM and that 1 Catarrh dells Cntnrrh Cnl the onl pool tiro rare now know to tbe mtOlcnl fra totally Catarrhbring n rumtlttltlonnl il en e reqnlrm n comUtntlonnl tnmtiuvnt 11s11eCa torch Cure Is taken Intrrrinllr notion directly upon the blood nnll innconiaurfocra of theyrtern thereby dntrojlng the tonndntlon or the hybulldlulftao dooA IIA lrk rhepropretnrehivea touch faith lUcnrntlvu powere that they of thutltfallAddrww K JCIIU1ACO Tolwlo 0 hyUruagltfdchail the brut Weds Her Lawyer Alicense to marry was taken out in Chicago Monday In the noruea of Wal lace D Scott arjd Blanche D Chese brough Their ages are given in the license as twentyeight and twenty nine respectively and the residence of both is given as Sioux Fall S pIhUr and Mts W D Scott of Sioux Fells registered this afternoon at one of the leading hotels They de dined to see newspapermen No public announcmcnl ol their wedding was make f i Ir Quick Arrost- J A Gulledgoipf Verbena Ala was twice In the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further Inflnmatlon and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 250 etZ Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist m K 41 i b44 br n 44 44 How Are bf 111 61 b1 44 44 YouFixed bl 1 bar tfl bs 1 43 bs 41 bl iii bl tfl r 44 These two departments aro two of thtfl44 bEi I 43 most important ones now with us 1 rotDI 41 44 just in receipt of a big shi lt41and Boys Suits anti Overcoats Our Shoo O E 0 p J1 stock novel was more complete You 4 ttrt 41 should buy now in order to get pick nmlg o 1 44 of all r E a ae 44tnow now toeso r e t j 44 all of tho very best nlatoriale b 0 jj Our Clothing o61C 44tnow weaves f 1ft C741 cuts in fact now in Clothing 41m+ y see our r l 0 I 0t 41Or1 44 you como arc wn44 t4 and tho prices are tho lowest Wo shall oxc P 41 D41 poet you You will certainly miss it if 4i o bsi 41 you llont como to see us for your ClothingD44 41 and Footwear in fact everything pertain bs 44 r bs 41 44 ing to fall and winter wearing apparel We eD1 bf tfl will bo disappoited if wo dont see you in S 2 bet tfl 41 our store Youro welcome any time TP bb 41 Cn- x4 0 44 bt 0 44 b r i CARSON Be oi44 bat 44 BIG DEALERS IN 1 41n 44 DRY GOODS bsrr ti4i 0 41 FURNITUREbs44 th 41 41 GROCERIESt t 1 HARTFORD KENTUCKY 4i bt n ACTAYLOR Urvdertecker I have just received a full lino Ot Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse is of the latest pattern and r strictly uptodate I have procured the services of Mr Wallace Duncan an experienced Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and dressing a specialty My House is open day anti night Galls answered on short notice A Co TAYLOR Hartford Ky 4A50OO ml Ifmmmm GIVENAWAYa If you want to bo the lucky person hpy your goods from us from now until the end of the year and got a guess at tho length of time tho BIG CANDLE will burn Tho first person to guess tho exact number of hours or tho wit guessing tim nearest to the exact I number of hours tho can die will burn gets tho Furni ture Each dollar spent gets Oncj Dollars worth of goods arila guess It costs you j nothing to guess and you ma be tho lucky party This i open to nIlcnsb customers Como to son us and got morO for your money than you ar offered elsewhere CARSON CO HARTFORD KY Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner ol Dempsey town Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom nek and Bowels Purely vegetable WayneGriffin t 1 No Matter Where e Your Farm Is Located I can soil it for you I soil on commission I quota your a 0 few figures on farm land I 70 acres near Palo 650 coo acres 4 miles from Hartford gsoa135 acres 4 8oo 16o acres near Beaver Dam 1600 I 173 acres fine bottom land eix miles westof Hartford on Rough riv er CHEAP 120 acres near Macon Mo at 50 per acret400 acres near Callos Mot Iso per acre 400 acres pear Beater Mo at 3550 I l an acre oS260 acres near Macon Mo at 20 peracrer loanI r All tbeseare great bargains See me for a better description List your property with me I have calls every day for farming hands a A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY CA8I1OR3 i e I1 BaaratUcCza I I i I 1 Extraordinary UuderpricingAlt A this is what wo claim wo aro doing for our com petitors in overy instanco und tlao reason for this is Sellingaus you are not paying what credit houses lose Wo want to idontii1quote at few specials SPECIAL NO ITon dozen Child rolls Extra Heavy Fast Black Iloso Double Knee spliced lice und Too two thread Leg and three J thread Kneethe kind you jna3 25c for Our Special Price 15c0 SPECIAL NO 2Tcii dozen Ladies hIcavy Gray Ribbed Fleeced Vests made of Peelers best Cotton Yarns lapml Neck gusset Armholes an ideal garment the kind you pay 35c for Our price to you 25c Punts to match SPECIAL NO 3Mciis4btittoii Sack Coats all strictly High Class grade of wool Black lhibet Suits wolf lined all seams sowed with silk thread Punts with French waistband Suit which you usually pay lfiOO for Our Special Price is 1000 Also n big assortmeut of Childrens Cloth ingISPECIAL NO 4Mens Yomensund- Childnns Shoes Extra quality seamless back IIImcns lIol dIY Weal Shoes the kind that soils for if 1fiO Our price 125 Ladies good heavy riveted it Shoes poggtill bottom solid soles a good wearer for It 100 a pair Childrons of same make IUHl quality i ns Ladies fiOc to 100 per pair according to sizes r Il Wo oro very desirous that you como und examine loadedIour t not n price that is not decidedly lower than what you have been paying r f f- J S Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBRR 6 Davle88 Co Dk Tr Co ad IIIldlauraatVverpthing Fish Celery at City Res good to eat nt City Res- taurnnt City Restaulnntmoit up to date place In llartlord- My M 1- at I what nice soup you get City Reatnurnnt Get your meals at City Restaurant Rverythtng first class LArgest assortwrnt latest Ityles Dud cheapest line of Copes Cloaks and Furs at Economy Dry Goods Store Dont forget the old ma- with n the fish on his back c For n he has been travelingaround th world IS I bringing health and comfort d wherever he To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives- strengthening rich and To pale person- he new firm an richred blood Children who first saw th old P1an with the fish are non grown upand have childre- of own He stands for Scotts Emul- siont of cod liver oila delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folk t and for all who need flesh andj strength e SOOTT ct 409415 fiJtreeNeViVorJc otlOO I c Go to Carson Bros for GnnsINew things In Millinery at Pair CosID E Raley Rosine called to seen us WednesdayvFor leans and Corduroy Pants see Pair Co New line of Furs and Jackets at Pair Cos 11Mrtyphoid fever See Pair Coa line of new Suite and Overcoats 2 Pay your election bets Fair Co have the batsf rillMr Robert Marks left Tuesday for Bowling Green Joe Miller city left Wednesday for Crowley LaePair Co sell Shoes cheaper than any house In Ohio county For Trunks Suit Cases and Tele scopes see Pair CorMrs Taylor widow of Mr Thomas Taylor deceased le quiet sick B L Kimbley Ceralvo called to nee us while In town Wednesday Robert HIckey Westerfield called- t see us while In town yesterday Mrs Robert Craig Ensor Is visit log Mrs Maggie Griffin of this place E W Smith Ceralvo made us a pleasant call while In town WeJnesI day Mr T H Mlles Paradise was a pleasaut caller at this office Wednesday Mrs A C Taylor and baby are visiting relatives is and near Owens roIMists Pannle Black has accepted a eosition la the Ecooomy Dry Good Store Mrs C M Barnett vbo has been quite sick for several days Is elowl Improving The incorporated town oj Hamilton will vote on the whisky question on December 5 OSTEOPATIiVDr D W King Is a andd beeeI reo MondaynMrs Mack Fair and children Ren der are the guests of the family of Mr G G Pair this week From this date until further notice we will pay 18 ante for eggs CARSON Co Mr Purdey Casebier d Miss Georgia Bell were marrIed atthe rcfaldence of Mrs Mollie Herring last Sunday McCall Bazaar Patterns too and at Pair CosISC IThe hunting season will open N- vewber IS You will need n Ga I and AmmunitionCarson Bros hay them ICol J S R Wedding who has 1been confined to his bed Icr scveral- days with typholdrever la slowly improving MU3fs ACarson Thom as Loulsvillt Owen Carpenter Ow ensboro and Oren Wallace Central City came home to vote IC you enjoy good health you must keep your feet dry and If you keep your feet dry you must buy your Shoes from Carson Co Mrs John Sutton and Mrs Chas- E Ford Pordsvllle who have beer the guests of Dr and Mrs E W Ford returned home Monday For anything In Clothing you should visit us We will show you some goods that will Interest you RcoNoMY Day GOODS STORR Yon must hurry up and get In your guesa on the big candle Remember the lucky one gets an elegant suite o oak furniture CARSON Co You must see our new Covert Clothes lot Shirt Waist Suits Beau dial styles to cents per yardE- CONOMY STORK Dont these cold Irosty mornings make you think of an Overcoat We have a swell line at all prices EcoNOMY DRY GOODS STORK On lot Friday night Mr Elderm Dodson and Miss Grace Hudson elope ed to Rockport lad and were mart tied returning home Saturday Mr and Mrs R A Anderson of the Alexander neighborhood went to Whlteavllle Wednesday where they will spend a few days visiting rela lives and frleadsiShoal Shoesl More Shoes than any place lu Ohio county Do you need Hens Shoes Boys Shoes Ladles or Mtuea Shoesl Come and see our line ECONOMY Day GOODS STORE WANTJu Corn Pith Must be Ira from shell and joints and mast also be practically dry We will be gin to receive December ut and will pay scents per pound Will tate any qdantltles CARSON Co The Floating Studio is now at Hart ford until January r J914 Our prices on many of our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a call before going elsewhere Messrs J H Williams the drug gist and A D White the grocer mint both on West Main Street are having An addition build to the back end of their business houses which sill make them two of the best bust helloes n town Our Dress Goods Department ISIUlII of the latest thlngsto be receive goods for this department altost dally If you want the us for your Dress Goods and Trimmings EconoMY Day GOODS STORE WANTEDFive or air good farmhands to do regular farm work mast recommended by substantial men If they prove satisfactory will give t- ateady job For further Information caUon or address Ed Davidson 314 Shreve KyI Mr Prank Lanham died at the of his brotherllilaw Mr John Hoagland oar Buford last Friday night of consumption ills remains were Interred la theGthollc cemetery turday at Whiteavllle The leas was shoat thirty five years old andI nnmanled Mrs Jennie Carson of Louisville who has been visiting friends and relatives at her old home on No Creek for eversl days ct1Ie1 OU us while In town Saturday and sabstan flatly remembered TuE RRrUDllCAN Mrs Carson returned to Louisville the first of the week Strayed from Hartford about five wee a ago one red heifer about five six months old hIS white star lu tea and some white on under part of body has been dehorned ears not marked will pay for her return ore Information ee to her whereabouts L T BARNARD Hartford Ky Mr George Leisure Beaver Dm was run over apd seriously hurt by a hand car on the I C track one day tut week from which he died Friday morning Mr Lelsurewas a section hand on the I C and was a son of- Mr John Lelsureo the Deda comma nlty end leaves a wife and several children Instantlypa row at New Holland Just below Owens boro Monday night Taylor was also fatally wounded from the effect of a gun sbotwhich was fired by- t Keith The coroners jury ezoner t- ed Taylor nett he will plead lelC delenaEat his examining trial Both men arelhe heads of families Tax payers in Ohio county will please take notice that all Jelin quents will be advertised in next weeks issue o this paper CAt PKEOWN SOC GeorgeE Cintrlll a brother Judge lames E Cantrlll dropp dead at y Eddyvllletc OHIO COUNTY LOYAL Time Honored Principles of Re Exemeplifled Tnrdy was n great day for Rpuh Ilcnne of Ohio county Bya majotlt- of y 326 they dealt a death blow to penrcray and fJlveyer put end to Democratic rule within borders at our prout old county Notwithstanding the Inexhaustlbl supple of booze and the unlimited Amount of corruption lund of the Democrats Republicans and other honest and patriotic citizens turned out to do honor to the timetried prln- ciplea of Republicanism There was very little excitement re ported during the day but quite number Imbebed too freely of Demo erotic boozy with 1 few other disturbances of minor Importance Mr E G Darrass was elected Circuit Court Clerk by a majority- of 287 votes Mr Barnes at ability and aprightaese of- r character has endeared him to friends and they remembered kindly at the polls Dr A D Perk made a most excel lent race and Is our next Represent flue by a majority of 326 votes Hon M L Heavrin made a telling campalga and received a majority over his opponent la this county of 290 votes Hon A S Bennett was elected Senator of the Seventh Senator l District without opposition He the strength of his party In county Pay your taxes at once and save penalties and costs before the next is of this paper which will contain an advertisement of an delinquents CAL P KEOWN S OC MINER HUNT Ellsworth Rowe loses EyeSight by explosion at Williams Mr Ellsworth Row a miner at Williams Mines In this count wasJ the victim of a very Important acelJ tent at that plea last week Mr Rowe and Mr Frank Durbin were mining coal In adjoining rooms In the mine and each put In a charge of powder to blow coal et the ssmec time They returned from the roomsJ and when the charge exploded mistook the explosion of DurbinsI room for Air Rowes end within his room to be met with terdffic explosion which blew out eye entirely and seriously Injured other The Ministers and Deacons meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association will meet the Fifth Sunday In this month any church that wants the meeting to convene with them at that time will please notify the comp at Matanzas Ky at once L W TrcuENoa- L P DUER Com E D MADDOX Town Election There was more than ordinary inter eat manifested In thee latlonof town officers especially the town mar shaU There upon four candidates The entire vote cast for the four be 196 votes S T Bataet received 103 R L Parts 4111 B Dodson 22 C E Morrison 24 giving Barnett a majority over aU of 10 There was eleven men ou the bal lot for town trustees the ticket styled citizens tlcket being elated composed of Dr S J Wedding who reo calved 9o votes W S Tinsley m A C Taylor 96 Rowan Holbrook 137 S A Anderson 97 Judge n Wilson was reelected as Police Judge without apposition DUNDEE KY Nov 4Quite a nice rain fell Sun which was waded by the farmers of flits roummnalty Mr T C Ban has purchased the hotel and feed stable at Sulphur Springs and mouved In Mr Edward Eisler end family of Horse Branch were In town last week vlllting Farmers are busy stripping tobacco and gathering corn Rams Horn Blasts Pleasure Is a humble that never lIsts at long as It takes to make It The power of man can hang no weight on the pendulum of time There are many things lu which our senses are like a sun diala- mlaht When the church becomes a mark et It to ruled by the greed of the mob when men have a patent ou a crud It Is always one of their own Ip- vention The greater the vanity cf a mllns pretensions the more vain he will be of them Iu a drunken quarrel In Breath itt county Zeke Spencer shot Cull- Grote dead Grote SOil Sam Gross deathfel and are In jail at Jackron charged with murder coSTOnXA BeueMdtt A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure constipation ibiliousness tlys pepsin sick headache lSc All drurgltw- antrourmamtachaorbeard II beahurnl brown or rich black oe skateeDMOCRATS VICTORIOUS Beckhams Majority May Reach 20000 Republican Judge and Commonwealths Attorney In Eighth District With nearly every portion of the State heard from In part It seems at wrist ceirtalu that IIakhams arejori IIty will be about 20000 The Demo crats appear to have uwept the State though some startlllig reversals of form are shown The greatest victory achieved by the Republicans was In Kenton county where Judge Tarvln and the en tire Democratic ticket were defeated by Judge McD Shaw and the Republican ticket by a safe majority In Bowling Green and In the Elgth Judicial district also the Republicans have some crumbs of comfort They have elected the Clrcultudge Judge Galloway defeating Judge Bradburn and they have also chosen the Com monwealth Attorney Calt N T Howard In Bowling Green lIowev the Democratic candidate for May or seems to have been elected by a small majority MAJORITIES BY DISTRICTSI The majorities by districts Is as follows Dem Rep First plstrlct 8498 Second District 4352 j Third District 884jFourth District 4 054 Flesh District 5 248 Sixth DIstrict 4 sr3 Seventh District 8683jEighth District 2593- Plnth District 1778 Tenth DIstrict 2or8 Eleventh District Itt69J- Omc1Ar BACK In the race for Circuit Judge and j Commonwealths Attorney the Democratic candidates were victorious Bltkhad received about 1171 majorI over Morrison end Rlngo some thing less over his opponent Heav tin ELECTION NEWS Nebraska Is Republican by about 12000 votes- Herrlcks plurality over Tom John- Son for Governor In Ohio will probably exceed 125000 The Republican maJority In Pennsylvania Is estimated at 225000 to 230000Garvin Democrat was reelected Governor of Rhode Island by a small plurality The Republicans canted the other State offices and the Legislature George B McCJellllbs plurality over Seth Low for Mayor of Greater New York Is 6367 Bates Repnblcan was reelected Governor of Massachusetts by a plurality of 35 899 votes Edmund Russell aged elghtyelght years committed suicide at James town Tenn by hanging himself In a closet r Sclontlfic Dlscovory Kodol DyspepsIa Cute does for the stomach that whIch It Is unable to do fur itself even when but slightly dls ordered or overloaded Kodol Dys pale Cure supplies the natural Juices t digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food lutn rich red blood Sold by Z WayneGrlffin Brb m TheRepublians burled Tom John son inOhlocounty by a plurality of over 250oo which breaks the record The Legialature will have a Republican plurality of over too on joint bal lot If you are thinking of attending a fIrstclnss business college you will do wall to call at tins offtco and buyour schol tarslnp mono of the following institutions Bowling Green the Bryant C Stratton or Massey Business College We can save you some money ARomarkable case One tthe most remarkable cases of n cold deep seated on the lungea causing pneumonia Is that of Mrs Gertrude E Penner Marlon Ind usessays The pughtpg and straining sodme that I ran down In welabf from J58 tl92 pounds I tried number of tempdter tt no avail until Fused One Minute Cough Cure Pour botttes of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health end strength Sold by Z Wayne Grit fiu Bro m i klaltlt pkkkkkkkekklsat aliEs IOld Hickory WagonsiIWe have received and unloaded into our wardroom another carload of the fa mous Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons We propoSe to soil these Wagons a to the farmers and teamsters of the country at as Iowa price as any wagon can be sold and we know we give you as good a wagon as you can buy in this county Ii and a much bettor ono than most wagons sold in this territory But dont take 1 our word for it The wagon will speak for itself Next time you start to town you will probably moot some good farmer driving in ono Ask him about thistI wagon Ii ho hag used it and does not recommend it dont you buy it When wo say to you that these wagons have no equal when it comes to light and durability we are only repeating the testimony of hundreds pf runningI ers of these splendid vehicles We carry the following sizes in stock and 3i in both low and high wheels Buy the OLD HICKORY WAGON and bo happy fO K Stoves and Ranges IHarvest time is hero and preparation for winter cook ing must bo made The old cooking stove must go to the scrap pile anda now atstove must take its place Satisfaction in operating a stove and tiro durability of its parts constitute itsreal Iivalue If you buy an 0- K Jewel both satisfaction Iiand durability ore assured guaranteed The fire box linings will last for five years ifproperly cared for You cant find another stovein the market that will do it Look into this matter carefully and you will bo sure to buy your Cooking Stove from us out of the O K line IE P Barnes Bro1 a 8 9VER mE91M 1 1 Kki New GoodsCheap Goodsa t tlot riuptodate Ladies Jackets Readymade Skirts and Childrens Cloaks and a big tc lot of Furs at prices that are eyeopeners CLOTHING wentyfour Molls Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to ci 42 at 260 elsewhere 500 InventY Youths Black Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 19 at 250 else whore 425 ciwenty lions allwool heavy Suits aU colors sizes 35 to 42 at 450 else whore 750 Big assortment of Pants aU sizes and colors 100 elsewhere from 150 to i 250 Big lino of Boys Suits aU 44 prices l to we to our bu we can save for KY Nov 3Miss Pearl Mercer Is vlbltlng Misli Jessie this week Mrs M M hurl who has been her Mrs J n In of Owensboro the put two of home Saturday A crowd of young folks attended the meeting at Station day night Mrs Tlnnle who has been her mother at horn Mrs Ike C who has been vlllillng In has home I4 r Cincinnati is visiting friends Josia and muv splendid Coat 400 elsewhere 675 SHOES Hamilton Brown for men every pair Ladies Shoes lofj of Chindrons Shoesall 12 for 9 a 10 for 8 an 8Jacket for 5 and so down the lino 6 for i25 a 5 Skirt for 375 a 4 Skirt for 200 a 3 Skirt for 150 It 150 Skirt for 100 Childrens at all J2 We would give you more Prices1li tas our space thorofore Jask the public call and examine stock and their Fall Goods frown us 4 as and will you money Yours trnde tSam Bach Hartford Ky FORDSVlllE ed of- Leitchfield Westerfield visIting sister Smith for wreks returned Jones Satur Smith vlalllnl Lewisport returned Saturday Adair Louisville returned James liendersod herefMrs Magan family OVERCOATSA Deav- er guaranteed 125 1 Big price- sJACKETA Jacket Jacket on SKIRTSA Skirt Jackets prices like is limited to Owensboro last week to naakeI their tutors home MRoy Annendt Narrows MLIJontBMrs Mattie Stldum was I town Monday MIss Ambll IIhopplngI d9 het rant Mrll JI Cured of Piles After 40 Years I Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had tht piles for qo yurll Doctors and goodnrlVntahllli prnrnnejtv Invaluable for cutr hun hrul ell rprelos tact a- tlont czenna teller Hilt rheum Nnd all other akin dlst sell book for the Home DeWitt on the packageen others are cheap worthless counter Sold by Z Wyne GrinBro mI A FREE game inside each package Qf Lion Coffee 60 different games V = r T 1 IJJs I 1t IHartfora Republican lfRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 STOR Of GAllAHfR British Tobacconist as Seen by Author James Law Brief Sketch of Immense Plant Across Ocean From Small Beginning Gallalier Now has Largest Independ ent Tobacco Business in tile World James D Law the Lancaster author poet and cigar manufacturer Is putting out n new book under the tI tie of Here and There in Two Hem- Ispheres As the title implles It Is primarily It book of trnvel but It isI also much more containing many de Ughtful blographlclIl sketches historical studieS literary criticisms and personal Interviews with enough philosophizing poetizing and U1ustra five anecdotes to give Interest to every page jAmong many bright things found between the covers Is the following U from a chapter on the personal and business sIdes of Thomas Gallaher the Irish Tobacco King of flelfast Ireland who has several large factories in America one of which is locat ed in Owensboro 1101 special interest to me was the tobacco factory of GallaherlImlted at Belfast I had made the acquaint ance of Mr Gallaher in the states and while I knew his concern was a big one I was not prepared to see such a gigantic factory Thomas GaUaher the founder and head of the firm has been pegging away at to bacco for over forty years J From a small beginning at IonI donderry he has now the biggest In dependent tobacco business in the r world His factory and warehouse buildings cover a large square and ate new and uptodate In every de partment much of the machinery In use being of his own special design nd invention Ills smokestacks con e their own smoke Think of a ron like that for Plttsburg or Cincinnati The value of the stock In the Gallaher plant is enormous half a million dollars worth of tobacco of ten being in the hydraulic presses at one time His specialties are Irish Roll and Flake but all kinds of smoking and chewing tobacco are manufactured also saul and clga retts UnLI wnLrCARnD FOR The Gallaher counting rooms look like fine banking offices All the male and female help employed are well cared for every comfort be lug provided anti midday meals lIiftg ved at bare cost The pleasant reo lations between the firm and employs make the establishment resemble 1 large fainHTtJQbrti oid hard business proposition I met some who have been In Mr Gallahers service since he started One old man declared he dId not see how It had all been accomplished Jut he was sure lie would not acctpt the factory Rnd undertake to keep it running as a free gilt Mr Gallaher buys his raw materials direct and Is as well known to the planters and growers of Amex C1 as he is to the commercial men of his own city lIe has large warehouses and branch establishments In London Liverpool Dublin and many other places For nit lila successes and J honors the Tobacco King Is a most I democratic gentleman and popular 4 everywhere He Is interested In many other enterprises of local importance and If he cared to enter public life could have almost any of- J flee he desired At the St Andrews banquetan important nnnual event In Belfast and where I had the honor of responding to a toastMr Galla her made one of the good speeches of the evening There were baronets knights and squires present memo bers of parliament and deputy lieu tenants editors and other professional men in abundance but none had a better ovation than Tom as he Is affectionately ttyled among his own people lie resides In a lovely h0ll1e1 l3allygoland near Greencastle on the iutakiitj of the cityand to see him surrounded by his Interesting family at his aln fireside Is to see him at his best ills career Is a proof that there are chances or big commercial success In the old country as well aJ in the new as he has made all his business himself from the ground up Caleb Powers speech in his recent trial is on sale at the postoffice2Sc 1 per copy r t Nothing has ever equalled It Nothing can ever surpass it Dr1 Kings New Discovery korCONllnJln rONrlrl5Oc 100 j p A Perfect For An Throat and Cure Lung Tt ubles I i MonybackIrltralI Trial Dottin rt L PARTY PANTS Jackson Writes of His First Par tyBad for a Bash ful Boy There Is a time In the life of every human being that one can look back upon with pride and yearning That time is when Cupid first sends his ar row to the heart I was shot fatally at the age of five years and if I failed to get an invitation to a party I always felt slighted This was frequently the case nut thanks be to a neighbor girl I got an invitation to attend her fifteenth birthday party and I knew there would be Ii glorious time play- Ing King William But I had no pants to wear and no money to buy UhlbuH did not forget that one 0- 1my uncles had offered me a pair of his and I hastened to get them and have them carved down to my size The tailor told me the material was old but would probably last one night It I would not play any rough games I told hIm Just to cut them off and make them tight In the legs and I would be satisfied and he made a very good job except that the gOOds would not hold a stitch But I had a good double breasted homemade jeans coat made Prince Albert with velvet collar and cuffs which I was willing to trust in case of an accident The day was at hand and I got the pants and put them on and although nlY uncle weighed 240 pounds and I only 77 pounds I could see over the waist band without much trouble and by cutting out the pockets and putting my arms through I did not n ed suspenders Ittook mea l ng time to dress and I gQt in late no sooner had I reached the gate than I heard that sweet old soulravlshlng song King William and I rushed in forgetting what the tailor had told me and joined the circle I had on a collar large enough for a horse Itlwas hanging on one ear while the oppo site side was burled in the coat collar A large girl with freckels and copper toed shoes chose me iu the ring and the next thing was a muffle for a kiss I spoke kindly to my pants and told them to try and bear up hut alas I they heeded not and by some crooked move I got on that girls shoulders and for a moment I thought she was a mule my feet went over like a wind mill and my head struck the wardrobe and one door flew open As for the pallts The Veil of the Tern pie was rent in twain and I stood erect for a moment while my pants looked like two flags at half mast Something had to be done in a hurry so I just darted into the wardrobe where I remained until halfpast one oclock After everybody had gone the ma tron held one hand over her face and gave rue some pins I made a hasty exit and the dog finished undressing me before I could get to the gatt Every girl in that house quIt speak- Ing to me and IIU not get another invution for seven years Dear boys be careful and try and profit by the misfortune ofan old friend who has been through the flint milt and If you are compelled to wear your uncles pants dOnt have them cut down Let them be loose for loose pants are better than none Tho Bost Rom dy for Croup From tit Atchison Kmn Dalv Globe This is the season when the women who knows the best remedies for croup Is in demand in every neighbor thingsInmiddle of the night by a whoop from one of the children The croup reme dies are almost as sure to be lost in- case of croup as a revolvers sure to be lost in case of burglars There used to be an oldfashloned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mother say that Chaniberlans Cough Remedy Is better and does not cost so much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in a shorter time Gives this remedy as soon as the crOupy cough appears and It wilt prevent the attack It never ails and a pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists DUNDEE KY LIrTOIZU 11011 LAT WEEK Oct 2SHealth is good at this writing Mr P M Martin has moved into the residence vacated by Mr W S Dean meetinghasSproule leader Mr John Duke is In town doing some work for Mr C L Armendt ConstipationAnd Results of Indigestion Ihollllir remind by ths vii ii DRICARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER vIeaudltbwhy not rou promlotollDtfchaolofUornDltlcl Con3tpaUon iqg Uldftlon aod wi prsvilled coon to try German Uvr roodIe11c1 ones Trobk wtih tIts Mi Ihc ten wp iwjniud to pd himself curid of th DOIf a IeUd thl maDDer I tJr Iwill Cost you ezi7 04 should It n- oprqsssweu7 U Ir1 II Glhoriled to rout mcu- THII AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO naIuh lad 1 4 A FAITHFUL DOG Tried to Save Ills Masters Treas ure But Death Was Ills Sole Reward Here Is a pathetic story told to my Informant the venerable Judge N A Patterson by lila lather as an mci dent of which he knew In the earl days fNoeth Carolina a man rode a long distance on horse back to collect a debt of several hundred dollars He took with him for company as a protection against robbers R dog to which he had long felt much attached lie collected the money all in silver dollars These he tied up In a strong sack lnshed it to the saddle behind huts anti started or home When they had traveled about halt of the homeward journey the dog manifested a gseat deal or uneasinesS to which he gave expressions by vic ins barking slid uriquent dives at the horses foselegs The man was sorely puzzled and watched the dog for sometime to see If he could find an explanation of Its strange Conduct His reluctant cOlcluslon was that the dog had been bitten by a mad dog and was the victim of ldrophobia And so to save his horse and put the poor dog out of misery he supposed It was suflerung he drew his pistol anti shot It Not wishing to see It die be applied the spurs to his horse and rapidly rode for some distance The thought came to him I would rath er have lost the money than to have been forced to have killed that dog Thus reminded of the treasure he put his hand around behind the saddle to see Ifthe bag as sale but It was not there He turned and rapid ly rode back When lie reached the point where the dog first commenced to bark and plunge at the horses legs he found the bag of coin and the poor victim of his cruel mistake dying there with his paws resting patiently on elthcr side of his masters treasure He had tried so hard to make his master understand but had failed and paid his life as the price of his fidelltySprlngfield Republican A Reniarkablo caso One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs causing pneumonia Is that of Mrs Gertrude E Penner Marion lad who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down iu weight from ISS to 92 pounds I tried number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Pour bottles of this wonderful remedy cured we entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Grlf fin Bro nl CASTOnXBear thsIto KIsI Yoi Hate AIway BoogM Signature 111 1 t The Hunting Season The hunting season opens in Kentucky November IS and until that date no one is legally permitted to hunt and it should be a palt of every bodys business and sportsmen in particular to see that our game laws are not violated It Is just as much a violation of the law to take a dog out to try him even without a gun as It is to shoot and this pretext should not be allowed to murder young birds out of season So let everybody take enough Interest In the matter to see that all violators are punished no matter who they are- Our sister State of Tennessee has reo- cenUY passed a very stringent game law to protect game from nonresl dent hunters and Kenutcky also ha a law against nourcsidentsand the only thing now nfccessary is to see that everybody Is punished who in letter or spirit is guilty of any violation A Good Namo Prom personal experience I testily that DeWitts Little Early Risers are unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work with easeWT Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people are using these tiny little pills in preference of all others because they are so pleasant and effectual They cure biliousness torpid liverjaundfcei- tick headache constipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro inn Soon then will be no free sliver counties and no FreeTrade counties The Democratic party Is last being wiped ofi the mapSt Louis Globe Democrat A StartllngTost To save a life Dr TG Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made tt starling test resulting in a wonderful cure lie writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent or acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The pstient gained fruin the first and has not hall an attack In 14 months Electric Bitters arc positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indlgestloo Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 5nc at Z Wayne Griffin Bros m aIfOU are thinking of attending a firstclass business college you will do well to call at this oflico nnd buy our scholarship ill ono of the following institutions Bowling Green the Stratton or Massey Business College Wo can save yOtI somo mono fl JUDGED BY APPEARANCE Christian Forbearance Sbould be Exercised in Forming Esti matesofOtliers Actions We have almost dally examples of the mistake in Judging by appear anch Au act seems to bear butane eonitrncUon and that against the character of a certain person r a report cornea to us that seems to be BO well authenticated and is told with so much attention to dctalls that mistake seem to be out of the question And yet says the Northwestern Christian Advocate when all the facts are in a single circumstance that was overlooked changes the whole corn plexon of the actor of the story At one of the Waterloo banquets the Duke of We1llngton the hero of the hattIe handed around for the exami- atlon of the guests a presentation stJufi box set with diamonds All at once It disappeared Some one suggested that everyone present turn his pockets Inside out for Icarelulin- Rpectlon All the guests agreed to this but one old officer who refused anti when the point was insisted uP on left the room Of course suspicion fell upon him and he was given the cold shoulder The next year the Duke at the banquet happened to put his hand in the pocket of his coat and there found the snuff box lie went at once to the old officer and apologLeci He found him liv- Ing in a wretched garret Asked why he had not consented to have his pockets examined when the box was missed the officer replied I was carrying home some pieces of meat formy family who were then almost dying of starvation and I didnt want anyone to know how poor we were When the Duke heard the story he cried like a child and did all in his power to atone for the wrong that had been done but of course he could not entirely hut he learned well the lesson not to judge by outward appearance A Sure Thing It Is said that nothing Is sure ex cept death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testily to that Mrs ShepherdtownwBronchitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely WhooplagCough byZTrlalbottle free Reg size soc SMALLHOIJS KY LuST OVEornOIlLAlT WEEE Oct 2SRev George W Law rence preached an excellent sermon at Smallhous church Saturday P B Taylor and George Reid were the guests of T R Barnard and fain fly Livermore Saturday Miss Fannie Render Hartford and Mr George Bennttt were the guests of Mr Bennett parents Mr and Mrs J C Bennett Saturday and SundayMr M Hunt Bowling Green was the guest of his parents Friday Mr and Mrs James Nichols Mad sonvllle were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Barnard recentl Mr and Mrs R P Bennett and son Arnold were the guests of ida lives at Beda Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway were In South Carrollton Saturday Mrs Bob Puikerson went to Central City Sunday Miss Alice Pulkerson is absent coin school at Central City on account of the smallpox scare Mr T L Withrows children Central City are the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Bob Fnl kerson There are several cases of whooping cough in this community The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Granville Brown died of whooping cough at the home of her uncle James Wltbow Thursday and was burled at the Reid burying ground Friday Mr and Mrs S T Hunter spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs James Bennett Matanzas Quite a crowd from this vicinity at tended the dedication at No Creek Sunday Rev OUle Weir of Mulilenbeeg county was elected pastor of the Smallhous Baptist church for the en suing year Mr Hines of McLean coun ty was in our midst Sunday the guest of his sister Mrs Sarah Greet L D Hunter Is on the sick list Lillian little daughter of Mr HM Balls is thought to be taking whoop- Ing cough 0 Stoppod Against otStovo A child of Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him sverelYi the child was in great agony and his mother couldo not do ithing to pacify him RememberTng that she bad a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm In the house she thought she would try it In less than half an hour alter applying It the child was quiet and asleep and In less than two weeks was well Mrs Benrur is n welt known resident of Kelar Vs Pin Balm is an antiseptic liniment and especially valued fir b irna cuts hrulaes and ptins For sale by all druggists i- nDoWItts fi t Salvo For Pllos Burns Soros L DAN PATCH CAN DO BETTER His Owner Wm M Savage Says the Ghamplon Pacer can Go the Mile in 155 Wllllani M Savage owner of Dan Patch who broke the bookies on the Memphis track and established a new worMs record is confident that the big pacer has not even yet shown his best speed and can lower even ISGJ Mr Savage said of Dan PatchHe has not been urged to do his very best by Mr Mcllenry In his trials against time this sunnier and f know that once be was called upon to do 157 he would make good When It was definitely settled that Dan would start at Memphis I told Mr lIIcHenry to the limit and while I SGJ is good enough just at present I am confident that the stallion will clUpse this mark If ever called upon to do so- How fast can he go I dont know lie Is a wonderful horse or speed and seems to have a tremendous reserve that has even as tonished me and I have studied his work more closely than any one else I am often inclined to think that he can go in 155 I really think he can snake that mark yet I am not plan nlng on any more reetrdbreakungs but when the time comes the stallion will show all that is required Mc Henry will tell you the same Beautiful Clear Skies Herbune exerts a direct Influence on purifyingand maintaining them in a normal condition of health thus removing a common cause of yellow motbr greary skin and more or less of pIes blotches and hlackbeds 5ocat 1 U Williams druggists m CASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always BOught Boars the- Signature of The Kentucky Cbildrens Home The Kentucky Childrens Home in Louisville is an asylum Indeed for the unfortunate orphans A female Inmate who recently secured a home in the country and afterwards became infatuated with a man who was Inclined to lead her astray The coupl went to Jeflersonville Ind osten slvely to marry They returned home and announced that they were man and wife Mr J W Gardner the traveling representative of the Home to make sure that the girl In question had not been Imposed upon made a search of the marriage register of JeUersonvll1e and ascertained that there had been no license Issued tie at once returned to this county hunted up the alleged marriage couple and a magistrate and became an eyewitness to the marriage himself Such a Home with an eye single to the welfare of Its orphanage Is a blessing to the State ad deselvea- lIberdl contributions or assistance from the people Ellzabdhtown News A Dangerous Month This is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch colds easily Find yourself hoarse yrith a tickling in your throat and an annoying cough at night Then you should always have handy a hot SyrupJSalt Lake City writes We use Ballards Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds It gives Immediate relief We know its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to in duce other people to try this pleatant end efficient remedy 2SC Sac and si 00 at J II WIlliams druggists A Delinquent Thought Id drop In and give you a bit of news said the visitor about one of our tubscrlberd- Yel qulrr the country editor Yes My old Uncle Henry Todd passed in his checks today Indeed Well II he passed in any in this direction It hasnt reached us yet although It was due many years ago Phlladelpbla Press Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and amblton beauty vIgor sac cneerrulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has so prevalent 1 that It Is not uncommon r for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys lithe child urinates too often II theL urlun ocau Ino lIcn or u wnen tim cnlll reaches an age when It should be able io control the passage It Is yet aflllcted with ofthestep should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant thekidneyssupposeWomen men are made mis troublerandofSwampRootby druggists In flftyNcent and one dollar sizes You may have a om I sample bottle by mall swwpnoosing I thousands c testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In wrIting Dr Khmer I Co BInghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper I Dont make any mistake but remember- Ihe BlnghamqnN name SwampRoot Dr Khinjcrs I IlI J bMwmtKFor f The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars theI wD Signature J4- Jofjf s in OrElse Thirty Years CASTORAnr ppppppppp p pppppe tLees Machine Works = OWENSBORO KY 3 Wo are agents for the CHAN11ER1AYLOHe- lfcoiitaiiiedIiCOS and Automatic Engines anti j 3Boilers Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines fHeadquarters for all kinds of mill supplios We make u specialty of 1LAMMERING SAWS WC- Ii carry in stock Belting Hobo Packing of all kind I Shafting Hangers and Pulls Pipes nnd Fittings 31 of all kinds Valves of all kinds Wo cnn supply your wants on short notice VIi to us for pricos oi inquire from Ml1ttingly 4Twedlell at Hartford Rosp- yi Lees Machine Works = I OWENSBORO KY SaItuI444I4 aililciliC RHEUMATISMand other ills proltlel by dirol1Hd kidneys ron ho cured ARGON OIL is the reniely its oflbct is marvelous rolioing almost i nstantly Iry it and it you are not satisfied your monoy will bo cheer fullyrefunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky UIUH 59R- ASONS WHY You should toke Cotaro at tben Massey Business College LOUISVILLE KY I It is the leading Commercial School In Kentucky s Its courses of study are thorough and systematic a A written contract backed by a special deposit of roooDO II glveu to place our graduates In positions paying not less than hsoo per month immediately upon graduation 4 We pay tudenb railroad fare to Louisville 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to us If the pupil Is not thoroughly satisfied Wrlto for Elegont Catalojjuo and Special flhscoungg- H4 +4aLH4tIpt+ +41 f+++++++++44444M4 +++m X 7 VIIITES CREAM V V ORMS VERfnIFUCEII QUIIIIIII DooII Qulll7 For 20 Years Has ted aU Worm Hemoos1a- sQx1 WlllJLw XSS 4XiXaP- repazodb7 nnVGGXsXsJAMES F nUARD st Louis or Sale by J H Will IIams Hartford Ky U To Cure a Cold in On Take Laxative Bromo Qnineiaiiet Bj Seven Million boxes sold In pat 13 montb This 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