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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iEt he ttZrtftb llqubtkan IFi eJob Work a Specialty I VOL XVIIHARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1904 NOn- n I CRASHED INTO RIVER Freight Train Demolished at Spottsvilie Engineer Fireman and Brakeman are Reported Killed Probably the most disahtrou t wreck in the history ol the Louisville Hen I I derson and St Louis railroad occurred at Greets river at 830 oclock Mon day night when tin engine and nine cars of freight train clashed into the bottom of the river The train was due to cross Green river bridge at Sjo but was slightly1ntc The Ntcamer Crescent City whistled for the bridge just as the train should have been crossing and the watchman John Richardson sprung the draw for the boat to pass As the draw was swinging out of the channel thi train whistled just around the bend only a lew hundred yards irons the bridge At considerable speed it approached the bridge and the bridge watchman seeing Unit it would be impossible for the engineer to stop in time attempted to throw the draw back in place but his tllurts were futile- 11itli the wheels grinding and the engine reversed the engine slide over the break in the track and crash ed into the water carrying with it nine cars but a coupling broke leav ing fifteen cars on the tracks The engineer and fireman had not even time to jump alter their fate became evident The head brakeman is supposed to have been on the front carl Neither the engineer nor the was seen after the cars struck the waterSeveral hundred cattle null hogs were drowned Of seven carlcals ol livestock only a patt of one load was saved A CAr leaded with hogs burst as it struck the water and a number ol hogs succeeded in swimming to the shore The cars were almost entirely submerged although they were piled one upon top of the other and were of course totally demolished Where the responsibility for the tragedy will be placed has not been determined Clearly the fault was either with the engineer or the watch man who operated the draw at the bridge The first statement given out was to the tiled that the watch man John Richardson ailed to put I out his signal on the track according to regulations The danger signal at the bridge is a red light placed between the rails and this light was said not to have been in place Amine foreman who lives only a short distance from the bridge stated to a Messenger reporter at midnight that he was sure that he noticed the light in place some bit before the train whistled before turning the curve It was stated that the engineer was run ning his train at n greater rate of speed than he should in approaching the bridge even had no danger signal been given- A discovery which adds to the hor ror of this disastrous wreck was made when One of the bodies taken from the river supposed to be that of a trainman was discovered to be a woo man young good looking and apt parently respectable Her identity is a total mystery and no trace can be found of her until the body was fished from the river None of the trainmen who survive the wreck know anything of her having been on Athetrain ot Respect rResolutions Ruler of the universe In His Infinite wisdom has seen fit to call from our midst our comrades J W Marks S G Rhoads and D F Tracy who have answered the last roll call in that heaven of bliss where there will be no more strife therefore be it Resolved That our G A R Post in their deaths has lost three courage ous anti faithful comrades who In life attempted to guide the footsteps of those who trusted In goodness and It truth and who endeavored to exem pllfy the broad and benevolent prlncl pIes of patriotism which should characterize the true lover of his countryResolved That we the members ofI Preston Morton Post are bowed in sorrow by the deaths of those brave and valliant comrades that we extend to the bereaved relatives and friends our profound and heartfelt sympathy and that a copy of those resolutions be sent to each of the Hartford papers for publication a copy sent to each of the bereaved families and that the above resolutions be spread upon the records of our G A R Post Ruv J A BKNNETT JA PARK Com- A W MILLS j DOWN A SHAFT Gus Pagan Fell Sixty Feet Sat urday Sustaining Fear ful Injuries Gus Pagan of Phllpot Davie county fell into a coal shaft Saturday on the Jaunts Milton farm near his home He lull sixty feet striking some timbers at the bottom breaking his right leg in three places one fracture being at the ankle the second just above the knee and the third at the hip The bones of the leg were forced out through the skin making fearful injuries In addition three ribs were broken on the right side and the face was very badly cut and bruised- Pagan was brought to the hospital and his irjurlcs were drtssed He is reported to be doing well and his chances for recovery are good notwithstanding the terrible nature of his ii juries BEDA Crops in this section are needing rain very badly School opened at this place the ist thy of this month with sr pupils en rolledMiss Fannie Austin who has been visiting her aunt Mr Lucy Bennett returned to Morgantown WednesJay Miss Grace Parks Andersonville visiting her aunt Mrs W C Ben nrtt Mrs Btrnyce Dodson lelt Sunday for Louisville where she goes to at tend the Bryant Stratton Business College Mrs Reuben Bennett Hartford is very ill at the home of her brother Jas Kills Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer went to Hartford Saturday Misses Clara Bennett and Grace Parks spent Saturday and Sunday at Matanzas the guests of Mr and Mrs BidwellSeveral of the young people attended the pound party given at Mr Lo ney Sandllers last Thursday night and all report a very pleasant time Thomas Greer lost a fine Cow Sun dayMr Robert Webb left Monday to attend the Presbytery which is irises sion near Coney vllle Mr Lindsay Bennett Who has been ill for several weeks is nlowly ImprovingMr Ellis visited his parents Mr and Mrs Alec Ellis Saturday There will be Quarterly Meeting at the ME Church Saturday and Sun dayNed Shown is ill but is thought toe improvingW is attending court at Hartford this week Grand Out of Town Excursion Sunday August 14th Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special trains leave 7th St Union depot Louisville at 7 oclock a m Extremely low round trip rates as fol lows Ruahvllle 100 Knights town too Anderson 125 Alexandria 125 Marion 100 Tickets on sale atCity Ticket office 259 4th Ave and at depot- S J GATES Genl Agt V h IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FINI1T IN Till RKITBLICAN CIRCUIT COURT Second Week a Busy Week Several Cases Tried Circuit Court has continued its work another week and has disposed of quite a number of cases A nut ber of suits involving some quite in teresting questions have been heard The following is the work of the term to datePalestine Coots vs A B Wester fieldverdict of jury for defendant R 1 Taylor vs I C R R Co verdict of jury for plaintiff for 500 D B Ewan vs I C R R Co jury Palled to agree Foley Co vs J F Hicks judg ment by default ft r plaintiff for 54 70 Ed Davidson vs I C R R Co agreed judgment for So Nancy M Chancellor vs W E Morton admr judgment by default fur plaiutifl for 250 Motion filed to set aside judgment- J W Chancellor vsE Morton admr1 judgment by default for plaintiff 402 51 Motion was filed to set judgment aside R J Daniel vs W N Martin c dismissed on motion of defendant Sarah A Hardin vs Elisha Huff dismissed on motion of the defend ant F W McCullough vs L M Gray stricken from the docket- J E Barnhill vs Ohio County verdict of the jury fordefendant Dr Barnhill had sued for 380 P II Hafly vs T J Crowe dis missed settled F L Felix vs D F Trace c dismissed settled S B Pluuimer vs J W Moseley transferal to equity and referred to the Master Commissioner to hear proof and audit accounts V L Anderson vs C D Brown dismissed V L Anderson vs Martha Brown dismissed Bamberger Bloom Co vs R P Rowe dismissed without prejudice C Tichenor vs W A Tichenor dismissed settled A D Mattlngly vs Otha Farmers heirs C C J S Montague vs A A Montague W B Leach exr vs W B Leachs heirs E T Miller vs S T Stevens admr Ed Barnard vs Mon Barnardeach of the five fore going cases have been stricken from the docket Lydia Collins vs Henry Collins plaintiff granted a divorce John T Jackson vs W P Iler verdict for 200 for defendant on counterclaimDan Tichenor vs I C R R judgment of 5J for plalntlfl B N Patterson vs Eliza J Taylor now on trial Harber B Taylor J H B Carson and T C Pirtle were appointed as jury commissioners Ordinance ofthe City of Hartford Kentucky egnintingtheSpeed of Hilling amid Driving Said Town The city council of the city of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec i It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to ride or drive a horse or horses within the corporate limits of the city of Hartford faster than an ordinary trot and anyone so offending shall be fined not less than two dollars 2 nor more than ten dollars 10 Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved August 10 1901 ROWAN HOLIJROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk Wanted Twenty teams and 20 men to work on Hartford and Beaver Dam Macadam road to begin work Monday August 15 Will be at Commercial Hotel Hartford today and tomorrow August 12 and 13 H W ElGENMANN For Sale Cheap One eztra 2 years old bull also good cow and calf E P BARNARD 4t3 Beaver Dam Ky r Catarrhal Dyspepsia and Nervous Prostration Makes Invalids of More Women Than Other Diseases Comrifcscit + a +rrr t Leone Dolehan I fI Visa Anna Prcscott in a letter from 210 South Seventh street Minneapolis Minn writes I was completely used up last fall my appetite had failed and I felt weak and tired all the time I took Peruna I for five weeks and am glad to say that Jam completely restored to health Anna Prescott Mrs Leone Dolohan in n letter from the Commercial Hotel Minneapolis Minn writes For two mouths my physician oxperl irriitcd with rno trying to cure a hard cold wiiich settled in my stomach caus 1 800 Rockport Has Made Many People Happy Rockport Ind Aug 10 Magistrate J F Stewart of this city has married in the last fifteen years nearly Soo couples over half of them be ing from Kentucky This week he married two elopirg couples from across the river in one day He probably has the largest list of any quire along the river with the exception of New Albany Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky further lioKUlntliiK the Snit ot SiilrltuuK Vim OUM mul Mult ltiiuurx The city council of the city Hart ford do ordain ns follows Sec i It shall be unlawful for any person orfirm after the expiration of present license within the corpor ate limits of said city to run a salcon or keep a place for the sale of spirit OUB vinous and malt Hquois in con ntctlon with at or about a building which Is being used or which is per mitted to be used as a hitch livery or feed stable Any one so offending shall be fined not less than fifty dol lars 50 nor more than one hundred and fifty dollars 150 Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved August 1904 ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON For Coughs Colds and Group- S n Subscription 1 a Year THOUSANDS OP FAIR WOMEN HERALD PRAISES FOR PE RU NA S all 1Mrs MARRIED COUPLES Magistrate of Cle- rkOeeMinuteCoughCure I S ooofag irillarnrnatlon null catarrh I have now been well for six months and II give all tho credit to Peruna trsj Lonn Jllhan Peruna will be found to effect an im mediate and lasting cure in all eases of systemic catarrh It acts quickly and beneficially on tho diseased mucous membranes and with healthy mucous membranes tho catarrh can no longer existMiss Louise Matt lilt Van Buren St Chicago 111 writes 4 Poruna is a most wonderful medicine for catarrhal and stomach troubles I suffered so long with indigestion and dyspepsia and tried many timings to euro me without relief I orally brought a bottlo of Perima and in Just six weeks I was entirely ridof my stomach trouble Louise Matt I 1 I Miss Louise Mattk+ Mh WA Letter from Mrs Senator Wanes lho following letter is front the rw3 of late Governor and now U S SonaSc1 F K Warren Wyoming s II I am constantly troubled with co1Jfrt cough etc but thanks to your goo medicine Peruna I always find a prompt cureMrs P E Warren If you do not derive prompt and uatfov factory results from tho use of Peroa write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho triO be pleased to give you his valuable da vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President rita Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Dhfor rr I Subscribe Now W- i IA C TAYLOR I and Embalmer I I Carries a full Line of everything found in a first class Undertaking Establishment in his house reI cently opened at Beaver Dam Ky Washing Laying out and dressing dead bodies done freefif charge Calls answered at any hour of the day orx I night A fine funeral car stans ready at all tiaras Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed A C TAYLORFun- eralI Director and Embalmer I I Beaver Dam Ky 1 STRIKING PASSAGES From Roosevelts Speech Accept ing the President Nomination forIj Three years ago I became President because of the death of my lamented predecessor I then stated that It was my purpose to carry out his principles and policies for the honor and the Interests of the country To the best of my ability I have kept the promise thus made If next November my countrymen confirm at the polls the action of the conven tlon you represent I shall under Providence continue to work with an eye single to the welfare of all our people We who have been Intrusted with power as public servants during the past seven years of administration and legislation now come before the people content to be judged by our record of achievement In the years that have gone by we have made the deed square with the word and if we are continued in power we shall un swervingly follow out the great lines of public policy which the Republican party has already laid down a public policy to which we are giving and shall give a united and therefore an efficient support In all of this we are more fortunate than our opponents who now appeal for confidence on the ground which some express and some seek to have confidentially understood that if tri umphant they may be trusted to prove false to every principle which in the last eight years they have laid down as vital and to leave undisturb ed those very acts of the administra tion because of which they ask that the administration itself be driven from power Seemingly their present attitude as to their past record is that some of them were mistaken and others insin cere Our opponents either openly orse cretly according to their several temperaments now ask the people to trust their present promises in con sideration of the fact that they intend to treat their past promises as null and void We know our own minds and we have kept of the same mind for a sufficient length of time to give to our policy coherance and sanity In dealing with the great organiza tions known as trusts we do not have to explain why the laws were enforced but to point out that they actually have been enforced and that legislation has been enacted to increase the effectiveness of their en forcement We do not have to pro pose toIIturn the rascals out for we have shown in every deed that whenever by diligent investigation a public official can be found who has betrayed his trust he will be punish ed to the full extent of the law with out regard to whether he was appointed under a Republican or a Democratic administration We know what we mean when we speak of an honest and stable curren cy We mean the same thing from year to year We do not have to avoid a definite and conclusive com mittal on the most imporfant issue which has recently been before the people and which may at any time in the near future be before them again Upon the principles which underlie this issue the convictions of half our number do not clash with those of the other half So long as the Republican party is in power the gold standard is settled not as a matter of temporary political expediency not because of shifting conditions in production of gold in certain mining centers but in accordance with what we regard as the fundamental principles of national morality and wis dom In the fiscal year that has just closed the excess of Income over the ordinary expenditures was nine mil lions of dollars This does not take account of the fifty millions expend ed out of the accumulated surplus for the purchase of the Isthmian Canal It is an extraordinary proof of the sound financial condition of the na tion that instead of following the us ual course in such motters and throw ing the burden upon posterity by an issue of bonds we were able to make the payment outright and yet after it to have in the treasury a surplus of one hundred and sixtyone millions Moreover we were able to pay this fifty millions of dollars out of hand 1 4yerFeed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and i will grow long and heavy j Ayers Hair Vigor is the only Hair Vigor hair Food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you My hair need to ho very Miort Hut odor mini Ayer Iliur Vipira Nliort tithe It began now It li fourteen Inclioi lung Thlseems 1 nlrmMil remilt to me utter lnltin hnoci vrltlmitt any lr Mao J II F1 rye Colorado Springs Colo QItd n imttlp t r AVEII fn All Arnt- taI forlu11 Mi wJ Short Hair n without causing the slightest distur bance to business conditions That whenever the need arises there should be a readjustment of the tariff schedules is undoubted but such changes can with tafety be made on ly by those whose devotion to the pslnclple of protective tariff is beyond qvestion for otherwise the changes would amount not to readjustment but to repeal The readjustment whenmade must maintain and not destroy the protective principle We believe in reciprocity with tor eign nations on the terms outlined in President McKinleys last speech which urged the extension ol our foreign markets by reciprocal agreements whenever they could bs made without injury to American industry and labor It is a singular fact that the only great reciprocity treaty recently adoptedthat with Cubwas final ly opposed almost alone by the rep resentatives of the very party which now states that it favors reciprocity And here again we ask that the worth of our words be judged by compar- Ing their deeds with ours We recognize the organization of capital and the organization of labor as natural outcomes of our industrial system Each kind of organization is to be favored so long as it acts in a spirit ofjustice and of regard for the rights of others Each is to be grant ed the obedience to the law for no man is above it and no man is below it The humblest Individual is to have his rights safeguarded as scru pulously as those of the strongest or ganization for each is to receive jus tide no more and no less The problems with which we have to deal In our modern industrial and social life are manifold but the spirit in which it is necessary to approach their so lution is simply the spirit of honesty of courage and of common sense The Isthmian Canal Is now being built by the Government of the Unit ed States We conducted the nego tiation for its construction with the nicest and most scrupulous honor and in a spirit of the largest generos ity towards those through whose terrl tory it was to run Every sinister ef ortwhlch could be devised by the spir it of faction or the spirit of selfinter est was made in order to defeat the treaty with Panama and thereby pre vent the consummation of this work The construction of the canal is now an assured fact but most certainly it is unwise to Intrust the carrying out of so momentous a policy to those who have endeavored to defeat the whole undertaking In the Caribbean Sea we have made good our promises of Independence to Cuba and have proved our assertion that our mission in the island was one of justice and not of selfaggrandizement and thereby no less than by our action In Venezuela and Panama we have shown that the Monroe Doctrine is a living reality designed for the hurt of no nation but for the protection of civilization on the western continent and for the peace of the world Our steady growth in power has gone hand in hand with a strengthening disposition to use this power with strict regard for the rights of others and for the cause of International justice and goodwill We earnestly desire friendship with all the nations of the New and Old Worlds and we endeavor to place our relations with them upon a basis of reciprocal advantage instead ol hostll ty We hold that the prosperity ol each nation Is an aidand not a hindrance to the prosperity of other nations We seek International amity for the same reasons that make us believe in peace within our own borders and we sek this peace not because we are afraid or unready but because we think that peace is right as welt as advantageuus PhilippinesI East but we are governing the Phil ippines In the Interest of the Philip pine people themstlvfs We have already given them a large share in their government and our purpose Ito increase this share as rapidly as they give evidence of increasing fitness for the task The great major I ty of the officials of the islands whether elective cr appointive are al ready native Filipinos We are now providing for a legislative assembly This is the first step to bo taken in the future and it would be eminently unwise to declare what our next step will be until this first step has been taken and the results are manifest To have gone faster than we have already gone in giving the islanders R constantly increasing measure of stlf government would have been disas astroup We face the future with our past and our present as guarantors of our promises and we are content to stand or to fall by the record which we have made and are making To Golden California Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Cclotvlo and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Fran cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov ereign Grand Lodge I O O F Sep tember next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on talc August 15 to September 10 limited October 23 194 Two fast trains tally Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dining cars Special train personally conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stop en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive literature map folders etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Agents Wanted The result of the election will be foreshadowed in the New York World weeks in advance exactly as Cleve lands election was foretold as Mc Kinleys triumphs were the World giving the electoral vote by States with absolute correctness ten weeks before McKlnleys election day The World will not only strove to be right but it will be bright and large national in its news and views Every one who is interested in this vital Presidential contest will need it very day No Democrat or Repub lican should be happy without the WorldThe regular price for the Daily Morning World by mail Is 200 for HEALTH I keephouseDraught We have used it In tbfamily for orer two years with the- beet of results I have not had a doctor in the house for that length of time It 111110 doctor In lUclf wad always ready to make a weDIand happy JAJ E3 HALL Becu o this gnat medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigorates the liver wea ened kidn- eysNo DOCTOR is necessary in the home whore iekept1iealthforyears ThedfordsBlacknest dyspepsia colds chills and fever bad coupand bowellinertrot the he- althTEDFoflD3 DItII 1 four months but for a special time the World will send the Dally Morn ing Edition by mall for four 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100IIOrdinary Hand bills per 1000 200ItPrescription blanks in lots per 10001100IIlUlother Job Work in proportion The Hartford Republican Hartford Kentucky J Southern Normal hooll I owlinOC Groon Business Collooco I r 1 SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT One ThousandrStudents Will be in Dally Attendance During the Coming Year conrRlIJ1Law Buslnese ShortIland Penmanship Telegraphy and Civil Service student who enters the BVIINJIiS COLLFGX will have the privilege of entering the SooTUEUN Nonsut SCHOOL and any Literary branch or llranchlR without eitra + charges We give two month tuition free with every five months scholarship Issued by the Bowling Green Business Colle- geAna sure and mention course wanted when you write Catalogue free Address H IT CHERRY General Manager ROWITNfl ttRKKN ItoSI CANNONS SPEECH Paragraphs from the Notification r rAddress of Speaker Cannon at Oyster Bay July 27 We have sometimes mrtle mistake from a false sense of ftcurltyor fret n desire to change policies instead of letting well enough alone merely to see what would happen but we hnv always paid the penalty of unwise ac don at the hal box pad endured the suffering until under the Inw a through the ballot box we have r turned to correct policies x sec Under the lend of the Republic party for ever forty years the United States from being n thirdclass power aiuong the nations has become In every respect first I II This policy of protectcction has al ways been opposed by the opponent of the Republican party and is oppo eel by them today In their last na e i tional platform adopted at St Louis they denounce protection as robbery They never have ben given power but they proceeded by word and net I t to destroy the policy of protection Their platform is us silent as the grave touching the gull standard and q our currency system Their chose leader alter his nomination liavinj been as silent as the sphinx to that time sent his telegram spying in substance that the Iltl standard Is established and that he will goven himself accordingly H he should he electedI IaII ate him It is better the right late than never It Is bette to be rinht in one thing than wioni In all things I wonder If It ever cc cuned to him that if his v te 1111 suppott for his pattys candidate in iSy and 1900 had been decisive Wt would now have the silver standard I wonder what made him send tha telegrams after he was nominated anc why he did not send it before Whei did he have a change ol heart ltld judgment And does he at heart be sieve in the gold standard and on I currency system or does he try now to reap where he has not sown a Correct revenue laws protection or free trade the gold standard and our currency system all depend upon thc sentiment of the majority of our peo + pie as voiced at the ballot box A majority may change our reveal laws a majority may destroy the old stcndard and establish the silvt standard or in lieu of either or both make the treasury note nonlnteres bearing and Irredeemable the sol standard of value ra The Republican party stands for protection It stands for the golf standard and our currency system All these dwell in legisatlon enactec under the lead of the Republican party and against the most determines opposition of the Democratic party including its leader and candidate r P Thes being our policies and having tp been nost uselul to the country we have confidence in and love them If It be necet suy from time to time that they should be strengthened here and controlled there the Repub Mean party stands ready with loving competent hands to apply the proper remedy I say remedy II Being our policies we will not willlnglj subject them to their enemies for r i fslow starvation on the one hand 01 to sudden destruction on the other VThe Republican party under your leadership keeps its record from the beginning under Lincoln for doing things the right thing at the right time and in the right way notwith standing the opposition of those vrhc oppose the right policies from the selfish or partisan standpoint They dare not tell the truth about your of fficlal action or the record of the par ty and then condemn it VThe Republican party for you and under your leadership appeals to the Igreat body of the people who live in of their faces make the civilization control the republlcfight its battles and determine Its policies for approval and continuance in power Hip hPower Microscopes I London Telegraph All who use the microscope are aware that the limit of its magnifying powers is soon reached Beyond a certain point the image becomes in distinct large but not clear and the f t Imperfections of the instrument are magnified as well as the object Prof Dolbear has observed tbatlithe pow h ers of the microscope have not been doubled within the last fifty years though lupre time and ingenuity hav been given to the problem of improv ing it than will ever be given in the same Interval again It is danger outs however to prophesy One of the exhibits at the Royal Society conversiZlone seemed to mark a ver distinct advance Mr J W Gordo showed a highpower microscope which hal In the viewfield of the ordinary Instrument a rotating gins screen and this viewed through a second microscope gave a further magnifi alon of 100 diameters flu ground lass screen by expandiii the transmitted light wave causes it completely to fill the oparture of tlu second microscope s r that the UHUH imperfections of excessive magnifier don disappear A dlnton was rang nificd 10000 diameters and its structure was clear and well defined With the same magnification the eye of I housefly would seem to cover an aTelt of 312 square feet No Substitute Offered Say what you will about druggist olloring something just as good bo cause it pays a better profit the Inc still stands that ninetynine out of Il I hundred druggists recommend Clmin burlaius Colic Cholera and Dinr rhoea Remedy when the best rented for diarrhoea is naked for told do HI because they know it is the one remedy that can always he depended iiji on even in the most severe and dar geroiis cases Hold by all druggists in Facts on Human Life Reliable estimates fix the numbe ol people on the earth at present at 1500000000 alnut 32 V millloi people die each year nearly one hun aired thousand a dos over four th us ant each hour and while sixtysevei die eah minute seventy are bom The average of human lile Is thirty three years One fourth of the peopl of the earth die before theyare six years old one half before they ar sixteen years of age About one per son in every onehundred lives to the age of sixtyfive years Low Rates to Colorado and Utal Resorts Best reached via the Mljsaurl Pa chic Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs nail Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly liw rates from al points Tickets in sale daily until September 31 return limit Octobe 31 1904 Liberal stop over with diverse routes Three fast trains daily from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particular etc consult Ticket Agent or nddres R T G Matthews T P A Roon 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky The Worlds Fair The hardest thing a girl does is to refrain from asking a man a question tbat she knows will make him ma9 when she is just boiling with curiosl ity to know the answer Even a married man does not un derstand how a woman can wear tht kind of clothes she does in summer and lo kso modest about it When a girl will give up going t a box party or the theater to take a street car ride with you it is a sign that vou are it with capital letters that ia if such a miracle ever hap pened Incubator Babies IvYODHVllle Journal Nea1 Miss UUzibith Harvey a trained nurse was in the city Sunday on he way to visit friends at Grandview Ind Miss Harvey Is employed it the baby incubator department of the Worlds Fair at St Louis and talked interestingly of her experience there She Kiys that the most peculiar ft at ure of the incubator process is the fact that the development of the baby in the machine Is much more rapid in a mental way than is the natural development of the childs mind A baby only a few weeks old in the Incubator begins to notice things about him and to take the notice of people We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so emphatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of givingnew strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that of a medicine Se for SCOTT BOWNE Chetnhti 40941 Pearl New Yak SOC and jtoo aU druggists t1 REWARD cJ fORWOM N WHO OAHHOT BE CURED Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record riuch as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the and makers of Dr tierces Favorite Prescription now fuel fully warranted in offering to pay c500 in anyIProlapsus or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All tierask in n fair anti reasonable trial of means of cure They bave the IIII1t remarkable record of cures made by this world famed remedy ever placed to the credit of any prepara tion especially designed for the cure of womans peculiar ailments x A btuitlfitt lad ViceTresldcnl of the Vu Iml PatttltttoClubof Savannah anti socially there relates the following theIold when 1U darling toy was horn Felt very exhausted and weak for a long time it IllslerIIIlawFavorite Prescription after I had tried several of the other remedies which arc so much ad vertised and found no relief J t had little faith in the medicine at the lime and was so weak nod sick that I felt discouraged but within a week alter 1 had commenced taking your Ire rcription I was like a different woman New life nnd vitality seemed to come with each suc ceeding day uutil in a few weeks I was III flue health and a happy hearty wont My hay is now two years old nnd thanks to your pIe II did medicine I nm ciiioyltijr perfect health II nt time I feel or in need of a Ionic a few dotes of your Favorite Prescription re ciipcriites me nt once My 0 511 Jones Street Hail Savannah a Mix SnuB WILLIAMS To Dr R V Tierce lluflulo N Y Accent no substitute for Golden Med- Ical Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs The Common Sense Medical Adviser rooS large pages in paper covers is sent free on receipt of rl onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Addres Dr H V Pierce Buffalo N1 Dr tierces Pleasant Pellets are a ladies laxative No other medicine equals then for gentleness and thoroughness The chin will smile at persons am notice them long before It would do otherwise The brain seems to un fold more rapidly in the Incubator bu why Is unaccounted for MtH4 IIarvey says there nrs now It very large number of incubator ba hies in the department at the fair ant that all are doing well The small tst one weighs just one pound ant Gives promiseof living A Perfect Painless Pill Is the one that will cleanse the sya tern set the liver to action retuov the bile clear the complexion curt headache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pill for doingsuch work pleasantly and eflectually are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Indsays All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitt Little Early Risera are simply perfect Sold by Z Wayne Griflin el Bro in The Spiteful Poet Poets said Howard Chandle Christy the illustrator are apt to be jtaour of one another At a literary dinner the other day I heart two minor poets in conversation I 4 I saw your villanelle In The Blank Magazine said the firs one Did you said the other Yes and I heard a neat compliment passed on it too by a young lady What did she say The first minor poet laughed It Why he answered she wanted to know if I had written it Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrl Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga Lions made by his firm Walding Kmnan Marvin wholesale druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75o per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m To Keep Rats Out of Corn- A farmer who has tried the experiment RayslIf you will sprinkle sulphur on your barn floor and through your corn as you gather it there will not be a rat or mouse bother it I have done this for several year and have never been bothered with rats or mice I have some old corn in a crib at present and not a rat or mouse can be found In stack- Ing hay or oats sprinkle a little on the ground and then on each load sad my word for it rats or mice cant stay there A pound of sulphur will be sufficient to preserve a large barn of corn and is good for stock and will not hurt the corn bread A LOVERS STRATEGY An Original Plan for Suicidim Adopted by a Love Lorn Swain Rather a novel way of bringing R sweetheart to terms says the Ilawei yule Plaimiealer was practiced by a young man by the name of Morris living near Patesvllle and Rosevlll one day last week It seems that young Morris had received the Icy mitt from the young lady In the case and himself feeling that his life without her would be a bleak desert 01 faded hopes and cherished ambition he wai determined to induce her to believe the same thing So he hied him to the solitude of the forest and thought real hard Somehow or other after due cogitation it appear ed to him that after all perhaps hf could worry aong without her and perchance find some other fair one to whom he could transfer his affection However alone thing he was sure the faithless one must be taught a Itsion that she might not tad astra other bright and promising youths as he sorrowfully told himself she had done in his case So in order to have revenge for his bruised and bleeding heart he resolved to thoroughly frighten her and at the sam time teach her that he was not to be trifled with- Accordingly he searched in a junk pile and found an old coffee pot with a copper bottom This bottom br carefully cut off arid piecing It unde his vest buttoned that garment and his coat carefully about him and proceeded to the young ladys residence He paused In her sight upon the lawn and striking a dramatic attl tulle called upon her to retract hfr cruel words or he would end his brilliant career then and there Thi young lady did not appear much alarmed merely requesting him if he felt he must do the like to go elsewhere and not muss up the Iron yard Whereupon the young martyr drew his great horrid pistol fron his pocket and placing the buslnesi end of the barrel next to his heart blazed away When the smoke am noise of the explosion hai died away the young man was seen writhing or the ground in fearful agony lures tigatlon soon revealed that the bal had only pierced his clothing ant further search disclosed the coppe bottom lying out in the weeds when the young man had thrown it undercover of the aforesaid smoke noise etcThe source of our information doe not state whether the father of thi young lady kicked the young mat over the fence or whether the young lady promised to marry him If hi wouldnt kill himself any more but we do know that it was one of th fiercest bluffs ever put up in this sec tlon of the country 11 AI It Will Surprise You Try It It is the medicine above all other for catarrh and is worth its weight In gold Elys Cream Balm does all that is claimed for ItB W Sperry Hartford Conn My eon was afflicted with catarrh He used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh all left hlmJ- C Olmstead Arcola Ill The Balm goes not irritate or causi sneezing Sold by druggists at 5tt or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York sContempt at Court Josephus W Daniels editor of the Raleigh News who has been exoner ated of the charge of contempt of court for which he was fined 2000 said the other day- I suppose that I may without be ing arrested for contempt again de scribe the remark that heard a tramp make to a Judge IITbe tramp was up for some cbarg or other vagrancy perhapsand the Judge said to him 11 I I seem to know your face II Yes the tramp agreed 4we were boys together II Nonsense said theJudgefrown Ing 11 But we was the tramp insisted Were about the same age We must- a been boys together Mysterious Circumstance- One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the iflerence She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head of constipation Try hem Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists m r Time Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for ocr 30 years has borne tIle signature of s null has been inado under Ills per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in tills All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with stud endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaTiro Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 413ears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY 77 MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CITY gam 1 wt + + + S S I U y Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Vliv llfciitut It cores completely and nt oiire It relieves the IIIIHRH of n living ilcnth All CUHCA of 1IIfH can bo cured by n mirirleul operation but you would rather have Plies cared without the knife IIAIlltlS POSITIVE PHI tUUK will do It Jliido only by the IeltfhHeld Ilmrmmiil Co Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t Weak HeartsAre duo to Indigestion Ninetynine of eves ono hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indiges lion It Is a scientific tact that all cases oi heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and wells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaubla of Nevada Olars 1 hail stomach trouble and was In a bad state as 1 had hurt trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about tout month and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoul strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only S 100 Slia holdlnr 25f arms the trW size which sells for SOc Prepared by I 0 DeVYITT Ik OO OHIOAQOb frfllt8 Early Risers The famous little plug BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If Ton narent a remlar health movement of the bowel ererr day youre IU or will be ReeD year bowla open and be well Force p of violent 0 or pill poison la dageronr The smoothest easiest most perfect way of keeping the bowel clear and clean Is to tak- eCANDY LCI OATHARTIO JIt EAT EM KCANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Oood Da Oood Nerer Sicken Weaken or Orlpei 10 23 and 50 eenta perbox Write for tree sample and book let on health Address tU Starling Remedy Company Chicago of Now York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN WORMS ILLINOIS CENTRBL RrR BEST OF TRAIN SERVICE With Dining BuffetLibrary Sleep- Ing and Reclining Chair Cars on through trains direct to the WORLDS FAIR Tickets account of the Fair with 10 Days 60 Days December IS Limit at greatly reduced rates Coach Excursions to St Louis Every Tuosday and Thursday- in June at rates less than one late for the round trip Tickets and pertculara as to spe cific rates limits and train time of yonr home ticket agent- S B VAN METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky K W HAKLOW D P A Loalsrllto A J McUOUOALL DI A Sew Orleans A H nANSONO1A JNO ASCOTT AOPA Chlcagi Memphis WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGEMatta For 20 Yours Has Lid ell W rRll arfYOXaa SX AXiXj D FSVtoaarxsTts- pap0d by JAMES F BALLARD St L For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky + + 1 + HHHHH f ++++ + H + + + + ++ + thutif FEMACURA I KKMACINHA A single trial will convince tho moet skeptical of IU almost rnculoiiH curative power Made only by the LKITOIIKlEIil PIIAKMACAI nIlIInc For sole by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Itftl t Jt t rrw ffertford Republican 1oedbt1u llurtlor1 1ubllebingcotnpnny INCOIIIORAVLll E NMITII rclllor TCL=Irc 1rraoelo 5 = s crath 1 3 Advertising Rates Gwf1 notice 10 ante per llnt tirst InItJnll GNtvetwits etiili HiiliMiiwni ln vrtlon Nt ILrt Pet per Inch I InrUnD 9- Ii p t lu tttlon lfIolll1nl t 1 MpUtt yet per Inch a month 11 ll f i1 1wlLes 1tctrntJII1 Inb1 1IIIIhi 1 KAtrtnrv n ml MHinorv tint or ut t vonl w tflrOTcr II wont + fn huud IC oiiiiiiiiiv I rmwrotcrtpt or tin nrt ItIt will I int itown to tot mljnlriMl limit Ali oiitiiir r I- t3FtcZtbIrlutina I utli W nriiHli jaihwpt tll 101 if JorIIUIoI h FRIDAY AUGUST 12 REPUBLICAN TICKET iou iUisnnxT rrjIEODORE ROOSEVELT or NIV curs Iolt yi- nZZHARLES riisu ivr W FAIRBANKS 111 IMIANA VOKlOVillKSS DR BEN L BRUNER ANNOUNCEMENT lcUt JtllER- l 4 aie HiitliorlnM tn UflIIUI lVI I l aTOv SHU iiinJliltt trth II LOdrill I rflO county Mill to til ieTiII of tlIN atean party CANDIDATE PKKEP natatorial 2ci Hies will come luiuly when b 3u3ets the waves of Salt river 2O Republican convention has ev 1 frond it necessary to revise its inform to comply with a telegram i oit caadidate xctfEAKKit CANNON says the Repub uticycictto is We move on and tit Might have added that the Demo ristfic motto is Ve follow iMsvnN d accurate war news fIC Arthur is a soft snap as fromI 1Cli r5 with getting expr d da1tftffJIs was a great acrobatic perform t1ICIat St Louis when the entire j 5 aTentou turned a complete somerI nrrfeoa h gold dollar at the crac n 1e stath masters whiuIis Democratic platform ot 1000I u t We are unalterably opposed M aouoiueiitalism Parker and iiigeldstawiartl telegram seem to j JK tCCoutradicti ii in IttOl VCIE National Duiuocrtic Commit Ar tut the purpose otcuixlucliug the1 ariag campaign has opened heads j cjatEfcrt ia New York City West roLl titiee were denied branch head IIIrt PailippiDe tribes will in the near r aarevUu Pf iJeutUo = evftlt Their ilsit to see the President is natural wi lifeo the Indian chiefs they will v teed by the President in his itwld capacity at the White Huei VTiiiartl rd Herald again prows rrjr because we still contend that x TJ ractical purposes the Demo Tiiii jilHUjni contains a tinancial law Eight year xgoI awl again an Years ago the HcruM grew a- sfwild j aud disrderv 5u it wif or of the free silver 1i to 1ur h iiPt IIIi EMOCIUTS admit that the gold iaVlfird a the lettimate child of thet Jv ncblican party but as Parker their jtitKAftrd hearer who voted twice in j r 1 of the death penalty for the j- sxi i is niw really to adapt it they I ivi the Country to take it trout it- satcrat parents and give it to him- lirlJlr11II1 i ri A of Democratic newspapers I lnt the country have made an in fvoufc tttempt to make politicalw raaall cut of the refusal of inr es General to name a postofiice fv srseippi for the degenerate JijwVRgUfrd who diigraces the States yersttive Maueion They have only 5 jae leed in calling attention to a Vie wad lunthsome article which np AtIf in V irdttiaaus paper which a afgf justifies the tictiou of the lIe Postmaster General The article in question is too shamefully indecent to reproduce It was a reflection on the mother of President Koosevelt which could have eminated from surrilous and spiteful demagogue on lYeIt not only vindicates the author ities at Washington but it shows t the country that James K Varch man is a moral pervert compounded from the scum of leprosy cud the reface of perdition DEMOCRACY IS STILL BRY ANISM It makes little difference whether IMthe managers of the Democratic party are deliberately trying to deceive th public or are deceiving themselves They may think they have reorganized the party on u sane and safe basis But IBryanism is still the dominant note of the Democratic par ty as Bryan was the dominant figure at the convention In fact Mr Bry an exerted more power at St Louis in July than he did in Chicago in 1SDG and at Kansas City in 1900 At Chicago he simply leaped to the crest of the silver wave and rode to the nomination He exhibited the skill of a clever opportunist and with an eloquent and dramatic speech made himself the most conspicuous repre sentative of the silver craze which had already possessed the couven tiou At Kansas City in WOO Mr Bryan had no opposition tor the uomina tion and he naturally dictated the platform the reaffirmation of the site ver plank was granted grudgingly The committee on platform gave him that reaflirmatiou by a majority of one and the one vote came from Ha- e wa5 not then organized as a Terri toryIseek the nomination for himself nor i did he try to name the candidate He had refused to express a preference He opposed the nomination of Judge Parker but not withanother candidate and he lost that one point It was the only point lost by Mr I Bryan at St Louis He dictated what should not go in the platform and what should go tunHe hull twothirds of the Committee on Reso lotions with him when considering ithe gold plank which was to be the one sure sign of a sane and safe Democ racy lined up behind Judge Parker He also had the committee with him in rewriting the tarill plank the imperI more ucge or of those who claim to have IIreorganized the Bryan Democracy It matters little what are the opinions of Judge Parker the Democratic party has not changed and should it secure control of Congress the legislation would be Bryan Democratic as to I Itariff and imperialism uudall the flIart1IixllcIlunn t ii ciltThe city I the cityof Hart ford do ordair as follows Sec i The license fee or tax to entitle a person or firm to the prh1 iege of selling spiritous vinous and mat liquors in the city of Hartford It chick has heretofore been five hun dred dollars no is hereby fixed to oe one thousand dollars Siooo Sec 2 All the ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict hereIII with are hereby repealed Approved August 10 1904 IayorIFor Sale Eight head of horses among them O head of draft horses them ate fine harness hoses OneI line Jack known as Black s riggs and harness all in good con j- Htion and terms reasonable Any further information call on F M AUFN 43 Centertown Ky RENDER Aug SMr Lamar Herndon oftl was here on business last at eek Mr and Mrs V M Museley and i Mr and Mrs L Francis and Missd Kllzibeth Jones attended the chautau qua at Owensboro Monday Mr Geo T Tlnsley was In Hart lord on business Monday and Tuesday w Mrs John S Spence and niece Mips Hardin have returned home after a mouths visit to relatives In Ten nesseeMr Dee Williams ot Hartford ha accepted position as clerk in the C 1C L CoP store at this place SY all wish him much success Mr McDowell Fair was In IIartfor- o Sunday and Monday Miss Lizzie Mercer visited In Central City last Sunday Mrs Kllen Sloan is visiting rela fives in Ilnton Ind at this writing Miss Lillie May Austin of Beat Dam was the guest of her siste- Miss Nannie this week Mr P L Neighbors has gone t Herrin Ill where he expects to lo cate in the future eMrs Frank Carter Is visiting rela fives in McLean county at this writ ing Mr J II Brown went to Cecilia on business last Sunday Mr and Mrs R L Baker returned to their home In Louisville last Sat urday after a visit to Mr Bakers lather Mr J W Baker Dr Smith made his regular call here last Sunday from Prentis Mr Geo Lyons ol Louisville wa here on business yesterday Mr Nicholas Barraes of Taylor Mines was here one day last week Dr H B Innes was in Frankfort last week visiting relatives Messrs H W Jones and P X Salsbury attended religious services at Beaver Dam last night The mines are working full swing here now The boys are getting full time Its a good slzn for more Re publicanism and prosperity so thre cheers for Roosevelt and Fairbanks on November S- Sick Headache For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians culled sick headache of a very severe charac ter She doctored with several emi nent physicians and at a great ex pense only to grow worse until she vas unable to do any kind ofwork About a year ago she began taking LiveIr says Mr Geo K Wright of New London New York For sale by all drtiggiats Biennial Encampment Knights o Pythias Louisville Ky I On account of above occaion round- trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam at rate of 4 1 Tickets on sale Aug i2h to isth limited to Aug 31st for returnIiS B VAX MrTPR Agt aOrdinance of the City of Hart ford Ky if liiliDt ii tiiiu Uiillliiu lii I iMi BUi h it The city council of the city of Hart lord do ordain as follows Sec i That the building known as IIIdangerous and in an unsafe condition and a public nuisances Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances In conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved August 10 1904 ROWAN HOIUROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk IOnly a Mask Many are not being bentfitted by summer vacation as they should Now notwithstanding much outdoor life they are little Ifany stronger than they were The tan onI their fazes is darker and makes them healthier but it is only a mask They are still nervous easily tiredCI upset by triflis and they do not eatC1 nor sleep well What they need is what tones the nerves psrfetcts dieC gestion creates appetite and makes sleep refreshing and that Is Hoods a Sars parilSa Pupiis and teachers generally will find the chief purpose- of the vacation best subserved by this great Medicine which as we builds up the whole sys tern Seven Hills Chatauqua Owens boro Ky For the above occasion round tickets will be sold from Beaver DamI Owensboro Aug 3rd to Aug 18thh rate of 195 limited to Aug 19th for return Also will sell Aug 5tha th nth and iSth with limit of one ay from date of sale at rate of f5o For round trip S B VAN METER Notice to PublicvAnyone having chairs to bottom ill do well to see me STEVEN HINES tf Hartford Kya GENERAL INTELLIGENCE 9It Is believed that 100 lives were lost as a result of the wreck of thee Worlds Fair Flyer train on the Den neardhave been recovered and taken to Pueblo Chester L Johnson of New York Is sole heir to an estate valued at 35 v filteel1tlustrdog belonging to the testator his great uncle- o Gov Beckhnm has issued a procla mation fixing Sept i as the date on and after which all public schools In the State not having existing con tracts for books shall use the list of books adopted for five years by the State School Book Commission Appellate Clerk J Morgan Chinn has called a meeting of the State elec tlon Commissioners for August 26 for the purpose of organizing and select ing the county commissions SMALLIOUSs held at Smallhous church by Revs Weir and Jones cbsed Sunday there were weretRoy Bennett Those who were In our midst the latter part of the wetk the guests of friends and relatives to attend the meetings were Mrs Flelden Bennett Beda Bud Boehm of near Sulivnn Station Will Bennett Jr wife and Callowayswings are th guests of Mr Alva Calloway Mr and Mrs Sam Ctoombecker and children were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs George Barnard recently j Miss Davenport Central City is j the guest of Mr and Mrs T L With rowMr and Mrs S J Hawkins and sons Berry Roy and Charlie Hart forJ Ky are the guests of their sis ters Mrs Zcck Reid Mrs Robert Hunter andother relatives and friendsMiss Sophia Balls is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Clarence Brown thisfsister of Miss Sophia is quite ill at this writing Mrs P L Wood and little daugh Urr Ceralva Ky were the guests of her sser Miss Maggie Hunter Sat i urrav and Sunday Mrs Mollie Smith and son Mr Tom Smith of Muhlenburg c1Inty1 were the guests of Mr Sam Morton Sunday Mrs Alfred Pierce Pose vllleInd arrived Sunday to remain about three weeks the guest of her mother Mrs Matilda Matthews and other rein tives here She has her two sons with her Mr S K Hunter went to Smith Carrollton Monday Mss Qaia Maddox who has a posi tion as clerk in the grocery of her uncle Mr George Maddox at Rnck port Ky left Monday to rage charge of same CASTOaXAIBears tooThe K d Yu Hae Avum BfSignature bof 4 Contract for Ditching- B W Rial c on Petition for DitchIBy order of the Ohio County Court will let to the lowest and best bidder at the Court House door Hart j ford Ky August 24 tyo ot at i p m 3 1 miles of ditching North side of Rough River near Hartford Total excavation 19 226 + yards Ditch will be let In sec lions of 500 lineal yards and then as whole Ftr plans and specifica tions call at my office M S RA LAD Clerk OASTOBXABears thetheKind You Have Always Bought j Bigaatnre of eG t 1 BUFORD Aug toMr Sam Riley of Ow ensboro moved to Buford last week will only stay until he can get a in Hartford where his work is Miss Everly is visiting her Mrs Dr Cottrell this week Mr W P Ewell and family returned home Monday alter several weeks visit in this ccmrunnlty Mr S J Hussey happened to a painful accident on the istinst while separating the cows from the calves after dark One of the calves ran against him knocking him down breaking his leg abjve the knee Drs Shultz and Tichenor were call ed and set the limb Judge Ben Newton and wife visited J S China and family near Beda SundayMrs Bettie RichIson and Dollie Pate visited In Hartford Saturday Robert Bell and family visited Wnl ter Blair and family Saturday night and Sunday Tilden Wiggln ton and children of Island Station are visiting relatives here I Jim Field and family of Peoria III and Charlie Field and wile of Owens I boro visited their mother Mrs Josie I Coleman last week Ishmeal Bartlett of Clear Run visited Mrs Saute Balls Saturday and Sunday Mother of 24 Babies Dies at the Age of 84 Mrs Dlcy Lott the mother of 24 children died last week at her home neat Semlway Daviess county at the age of 84 years Six of her children survive heras well as her husband Ol the twenty four children two were twins and died in Infancy Four were born at the same time but none of them lived over a few hours Twelve of the others died at early ages but the six remaining are all strong and healthy Mrs Lott was never married but once Ivphrahnm Lott being her hus bands name Her maiden name was Skito and she was barn In McLean county Notice The Rev Mrs L lJ Woosley will preach at Hickory church at looclock a m and also at 3 oclock pm the second Sunday In August Dinner and refreshments will be served on the grounds for all those who attend Remembjr the clay second Sunday in this month Procwds to be used for the purpose of building new church License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue- J P Fry Prentis to Nellie Reid Prcntis John J Schneider Mcllenry to Mary Kendall Mcllenry A Bad StomachLessens the utcfulncss mid roars the hap I lik s of life Its a wiik stoinach a stomach that can not pr itry pert riii Its functions i Aiming its sjinitius an distress after eating nausea Intwttn inenls heartburn bt heir VltUitiliK tlntUlftUC and IllTVoUl lifiulachfHoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stoinnili iniliRf itiui and dye pepein at tuun H ieriiatunt Accept 10 substitute I It tW IWe Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA r Iron Mountain Route operates Pull mau Tourist sleepers St Louts to California leaving 833 n in dally vln Little Rock Tcxnrknna Dallas Iort Worth and HI Paso The Idtal Route to California Mast schedule Cheap Colonist rates In effect daily during March and April I rI to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri eerI630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Cilcnwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc House seeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc con suit nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MTTII1 S T P A JRoomLouisville Ky t FOR SALE v 11e have tin sak at a bar gut a Scholarship in the Howl ing dlven liiisinorfs Col logo or Normal school department a Scholarship in flit Massov rusin oss College at Louisville For further information call on or address Tin RiirmirAN 4 44144 4 44444 BIG OUR I1JIIIST 111 TO I III JAnd1lichigauf I I I Buffalo I New York t II Boston I III on application at City ITicket allies Four Route JJi IaKeiigcr Dept ILJlli8jJle 1I1444444444440 I Are I I Not H The only people in business hut we are tIll only people offering such excellent values in opaaonnhllIgoods You are to be the judge I lows this Mens and YouthsPauls that sold for 150 now 3uo Ii cr cr II I oDOI 251 u 11 r rr rc 250 175 tI It r cr 200 c J25 c rc cc c 150rc ioo cc II rc J25 73 tata single article Inordtrib trove them wo make thebenefitCome early x bestr111frLtly The Brown Mercantile Co INTOItl- OUATKDMcHBNRV KY H- jjjjjj0 r t 1 Special Sale OF w Hosiery Odds and Ends Of Our Spring Stock Wo want to make a clean sweep of our entire stock of Summer Merchandise In order to do so wo have placed on sale these Specials at a great sacrifice Special No1 J Ten doon ladies fastblack seamless Hose in plain or lace stripe A J llyellcl at lor Our Special price this week KV Special No2v Ladies olored Silk tinIrellts in Red Blue and preen changeable puro silk in quality wai ranted not to lade Never sold for less than to J50 Our Special price this week J1- SSpecial No3 Ono lot short lengths in Sea Island Percales ol in ches wide all colors These goods are sold everywhere 4 at l2ic Our Special price to close the lot is 7k Special No4 Iadies Mats Not old stock slut now and stylish Millinery 1hcymust go at a seat loss to us Trice no object Move out and moyo quickly is the motto Remember that besides these specials you will find our house fullof tempting bargains Prices front 10 to 2i per cent lower than you are in the habit of paying elsewhere t 4 1IC I 1C 11i t 11 i Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUCilSr 12 Illinois Central RailroadTime I Tablo North Iliiiinil II No ltdueSe th No loPdur4 im-Nalduepi in So II III Ituilliil- N ll ilHf 1131 u in No lei line p tn Nn 111 duetcee HI v Fresh fish nt City Restaurant Ballards best Flour at Carson Cos a A nice lot of Country Hams at Car son Cos Any of Fairs Slippers at cost They must go this month Bargains on Fairs Remnant coun ter Buy quick- Economy Store for Novelties New Purses VIce Stocks latest in Belts Moore Crabtree will pay cash for Spring Chickens 3t2 City Restaurants Ice Cream is imply fine Try it Cull on Moore Crahtree for Alfred Carters pure Apple Vinegar 25c per gallon 3t2 A few pairssize 3in Fairs 250 Ladies fine Shoes to close at Soc A bargain if the size fits you New line Suit Cases Telescopes and Trunks at Fairs You will need one when you visit the Worlds Fair We had one lady to send all the It way from Texasa distance of 700 milesfor a bundle of our Calico This speaks for Remnantj I i CARSON r Latest styles in Iow Cut Shoes at SAM BACHS Childrens 15 Black Ribbed Hose loc at Fairs- Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat Nazareth waists for children All sizes 25C at Fairsi For Boys Clothing see our line KCONOMV STORK yBring your Chickens Feathers and Eggs to Carson Co I City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Call and see I Go to Moore Crabtree the meat men for all kind of dried and fresh Meat Lard and Ice 4t2- For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res tauraut New lot of boys and childrens Suits and Odd Pants just received KCONOMY STORK We buy Ginseng and herbs Tin BROWN MERCANTILE Co- Render Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 6tf A complete line ot Hamilton Brown ad its and gents Slippers just received I SAM BACH jSpeclat Conch Excursions to St Louis Mo August 2nd 9th 13th lOth 23rd and 30th 735 for round trip Limited 7 days for return Tickets not good in sleeping cars S B VAN MITER Agt Prof E W Patterson has been employed to teach the public school at Pleasant Ridge He will begin on Sept 5 The patrons are to be congratulated on securing him as he Is one of the most successful teachers in the count 1 H C Shreve Cincinnati called to see us Tuesday Emmett Render Matanzas called to see us Monday G T Tinsley Render made ns a pleasant call Monday L C Taylor Mulanzas called at this office Monday Byron Taylor Pincheco was a pleasant call r Monday Dr J A Duff Sulphur Springs called to see us Monday J B Stogner Centertown called at this office Wednesday Mrs Wayne Griffin and children are visiting at Beaver Dam Dr S J Wedding and family visit ed the Chautauqua last week F M Allen Centertown called to see us while in town Tuesday A B Tlhenor Matanzas called to see ua while In town Tuesday Nat Llndley Point Pleasant call ed at Tin RFPUHUCAN office Tuesday Work will begin next Monday on the pike road from here to Beaver DamMiss Clara Uverly Matanyis is the guest of her cousin Mrs C E SmithD Williams has accepted a po sition In the Company store at Render Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas made us a pleasant call while in town last Friday George Lewis who has been ill of typhoid fever for the past few weeks is improving Misses Moyna and Jennie Taylor Gainesville Texas are the guests of Mrs Rowan Holbrook Messrs T II Blak S TStevens D E Thomas and C P Nowlin took in the Chautauqua last week m Hon A S Bennett who has been visiting his parents of the Beda neigh borhood called to see us Monday The remaining members of the Hartford Mill Cohave purchased tbe interests of Messrs C J Rhoads and J D Ralph- L P Bennett agent lor the Singer Sewing Machine Co who bas been stationed at Beaver Dam has been transferred to Hopkinsvllle- Mr S P Roby who lell from the second story porch of the Hartford Mouse last week from which he sus tained serious Injuries Is Improv ing I Sheriff Cal P Keown returned from the Chautauqua Tuesday He heard the joint debate between DeArmond Democrat and Grosvenor Repub licanReport to THIS RiUfHUCAN all the news We appreciate It If you have vsitors dont hesitate to call I over phone and report it to us We i want all the news thats good to print We have put all of our colored thin i Dress Goods Into three lots The I price on these goods will be 4 r c and ISa This Is your chance to see cure thin goods at low prices I CARSON Co Prof John C Barnard who will teach In the Philippines under an ap I pointment by the civil service com mission writes us that he arrived at Manila July 7 and was immediately I assigned to Capiz In the north 01I PanayIAfter an Illness of several weeks 1 A J Black died at his home at Tay + fur Mines Monday He had been In the throes of typhoid fever for some time which developed into quite a serious case several days before his 1 death After funeral services conducted by Rev G J Bean his remains 1 were Intered in the Bethel church cemetery Tuesday morning I The deceased was a brother to Jailer I T II Black and one of the countys best citizens He is survived by a I wife and four small children 1 Mr G G Fair one of Hartfords most venerable citizens sustained a- very I serious stroke of paralysis Sunday morning He was alone In hisI bedroom at the time of the attack 1 About the hour at which the family 1 had been in the habit of arising Mr Far was found in his room In an unconscious I condition by his youngest daughter Miss Bessie who was the I only other member of the family at home Mrs Fair and an older daughter having left the day before to 1 visit In Eastern Kentucky Assistance and medical aid were hastilyI summoned but as yet all effort to re store the patient to his normal con dltion has failed but at last reports he was somewhat improved J W Thomas Rosine culled to see us yesterday Messrs Joe Miller and Cleve Her visited in Morgantown the first of the week I Col C M Barnett after a few days visit to his family returned to Louis ville Sunday Miss Emily Henderson is a new member of the family of Dr E Bi Pendleton Mother and child doing well Attorneys Speed Gufiy and W R Morlgantownweek I i J B Foster who has been engaged as Excursion Boat Inspector at Louis ville since early summer is visiting his family Mrs Lee Cannon and little daugh ter Dratosboro are the guests of Mrs Cannons parents Mr and Mrs M S Ragland Drs Yewell King Osteopaths rear rooms J A Thomas corner upstairs Hartford Ky Consultation and examination free tf A negro supposed to be the one that murdered James Coomes in such a cruel manner at Owensboro the first of lAst week reports of which appeared In THK RmUBUCAN is under are rest at Murphreyboro Ill An Invitation to be present at Mon roe Mich September i I9 4 at the unveiling ceremonies of the mon ument erected by that State in honor of the patriotic Americans who lost their lives in the battle and masI acre of the River Raisin In 1813 has been received by Tin REPUBLICAN r S Card of Thanks Btaver Dam Ky Aug STo the dear friends and neighbors who so kindly and patiently assisted In caring for our loved one In her last Illness we wish to return our heart felt thanks May God In His Infinite mercy watchover and care for you ind should sickness or misfortune come to you we pray that hands as kind as thine have been may minister unto your wants and that abiding faith in God may turn your pain to pleasure May heavens greatest olessings rest upon you Is the wish of JOHN M and MAUDE HUDSON e Kodol Dyspepsia CureDigests what you eat j RIPANS TabulesI A good prescriptioni For mankind j lhut lin tlciniiiBlif U11111 uoonslllllH i enpplyfur Special Bargains for August We mean to make the month of August one of the greatest bargain months ever given by us during our several years of business In order to reduce to its lowert limit our summer stockso that wo can make room for our large fall stock which arrives September 1st we place upon our bargain counters and offer special values in Summer Clothing Dress foods and all other thin goods such as Organdies Dimities Lawns Foulard Silk Etc Straw Hats for gents and children Lowcut Shoes for men ladies and children also many other things too numerous to mention Dont fail to visit us in this month You cant Best 5c Ge 3 0 Big and Shirts One afford to miss rare values we offer Bring along your Produce of all kinds and get highest market price for same and carry home double the value in that oth ors would pay you for you for your liberal patronage of past season and hoping tmerit a of same we are always Yours for business S J TICHENOR 1IIcE3enry I y Great Clearance Sale 10 Black Clay Worsted Suits at 250 Sizes 35 to 42 10 All Wool Suits Regular 700 Goods at 495 All sizes 12 Youths Suits Black Clay Worsted at 235 Sizes 14 to 19 25 pairs All Wool Pants 125 Dress Goods Calico 5e Factory Cotton Bleach Cotton Heavy Ledticking15c pairs Suspenders 25c Ilanlkerchiefs25cLa- dies Childrens Ilose5c Good Top 25c Suit LTnderwear45c the merchandise them Thanking the continuance the Shoes25 pairs Hamilton Brown Fine Shoes aItJ 125- Heavy Work Shoes 100 Ladies Shoes 125 We also handle everything else us ually kept in a firstclass dry goods store at prices as cheap as the cheap est Dont fail to attend this sale for it means a saving to your pocketbook SAM BACH Hartford a STILL AS A MOUSE I An Animal Adage Not Founded or tl Facts In the Case Of nil restless creatures on the face of the earth the mouse l1II when it will be the liveliest But do we not jiersist we grown pwpl in gravely irking ofIt child that it shall be as still as a mouseI Dout be as active or as noisy as a mouse is what wo shouM say toI those young folk who willfully llis turb our peace In nil honor to the time worn adage n sleeping mouse only may I C as still ns other sleeping animal We do not dispute it But the mouse awake The mouse in the wall at work tooth anti nail to make a passageway inM a hiuna beings nt dead of night Tho mouse tryintin vain to cscaji from the waste paper basket into which it is invariably attracted hI curiosity from which it can neve Jlnd the wtla ill silent haste Ai even the tinned mice tillunlea sleeping11tls the mouse ccr known to move slowly in crossing floor Did it ever gnaw in silene or trend softly over the papers another rustling materials on which it delights to disport itself c Stillness mean more than ocal quiet Yet the mouse poor lreaI ture can squeak when frightcue or when hurt and mice have been known to sing as it is called 1he adage as wo very well know doos not refer to the still small voice of the mouse at all It refer to distill ways which we have conelu cively proved are not still The quickness of the mouse helps it to escape its natural enemy the cat Nature is good to creature She haof course trivetithe mous n fair chance for life The cat sue ceeds in catching its prey only by the exercise of the vrcl1tc t watchfulness and by wonderful quickness BO cat anti mouse are fairly matclieil When does the mouse trot along lit a slow rate of spc d Never Is it willing if awake to stay still for any length of time in a given place Never Let us suppose that in a thoughtless moment the poet Mr Clement C Moore had happened to write Twos the night before Christmas when all through the house Every crcaturu In stirring vas still as a mouse The funny part of it is that we might even then leave believed that he intended to show us a quit house How is it that an adage con tinues to mean to ones ear what tho thinking brain has years u o showi to be untrue in factOur Ankna Friend Timing an Egg Cooks are often accused of wan of method hut the Aunt Dinah in Howard Pauls egg story is not opei to any such reproach Jnvariabl when she put the egg in the sauce pan she heron singingIHok of Ages and sang two verses Aunt Dinah asked Mr Pl1ultre there not three verve in tha hymn Dar is inaa but I sing only two when I wants em soft an thre when 1 wants em hard Hid other egg story is good too lie was traveling on a Pennsylvania railway and when his breakfast was brough the eggs were underdone Wit timo are we making on this train he asked the waiter A mile a minute sir Then boil the eggs an other mile and theyll be quite right London Truth Fish and Water Fishare nearly the same weigh K the water in which they live so that they can move in it with great ease The majority of them ab have an air bladder inside of the body which enables them to go up or down in the water at will Whci a fish desires tft go down deep it can press the air out of this bladder oy mooDS of certain muscles and thus increase the weight of its body and when it wishes to rise again it takes oft the pressure the bladder filly with air again ite body become light enough to rise DeWitt Is the Name When you go to buy Witch Haze Salve look for the name DeWitt 01 every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Hiel Salve which i the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema ante piles The popularity of DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cutes has caused numerous worthies counterfeit1 to be placed on the mar ket The genuine hears the name E C DeWitt tit Co Chicago Sold hj 7i Wayne Griffin tt lira in- Still Attacking Labor lipv fiiinw J The Democratic pary Including Bryan ndmls defrat until the nrxl campaign on the issue of honest nmn ey So it Is proposed to fight this year on the ifS le uf the Tarifl For eight years the Democrat party bus fought the onestoftbe labsrers wages Now the Right is against the sufficiency of the laborers work The people resisted successfully in iSoG and in 1900 the fifty cent dollar in the pay envelope and will resist as successfully halftinu In the works of industry The Republican party and Its can didates represent steady employment at American wages That party am its candidates will he victorious ovtr the Tariff tinkers as over the Jolla plu gers Realerj ryiuent is had when read Ing that clever magazine The Smart Set o An UptoDate Knight Oh George sighed the romantic girl I wish you were like the old time knights I wish youd do some thing brave to show your l ve lot me Giaclous cried her fiance hat nt I agreed to marry you and me only getting twenty dollars p week Modern Definitions AppendicitisA modern pain costing about 2 10 more than the oldf ash ioned stomach ach- eBigantyA form of Insanity it which a man insists on paying three board b 11s instead of two Chafleur A man who is smnr enough to op rate an automobile but clever enough not to own one CrrsttanA member of any or thodo churc- hCoilectcrA man who few care to see but many ask to call again Conscience The fear of being fount outDiaryAn honest autobiography A good keep sake but a had give I awayEchoThe only thing that car cheat a woman out of the last word performIFootballA clever subterfuge for carrying on prize fights under tht guise of a reputable game I Golf An excuse for carrying un lorctaed weapons and a Scotch I breath Hand maiden A manicure HugA roundabout way of ex pressing affectio- nIatuitlonA fictitious quality ini females really suspicion Jury Twelve men chosen to de cde who has the better lawyer KtltsA Scotchmans apology for indecent exposure i Lobster NexburgA dish ordered at hotel by those who usually get beans at home LoveA mans insane desire to become a womans meal ticket Have you read that very interesting tmgozne The Smart SEt i Sentence Sermons CUIcngo Tribune Exractlon is not giving Greatness comes only by growth I Making money unmakes many I menGloom Is never dispersed by growl ingGood cheer goes further than cold cashHe cannot teach who will not be taught Lifes great opportunities are never labeledThere Is no profit In praying for profit alone- Facing both ways is always Seeing one way Religion Is never strengthened by reaxationThere nothing Satan hates like happinessLong charity never reach- esI the heart The man who is indispensable nev sr knows it A white lie may be as hard to wipe ut as a black one One lesson of life Is learning to love where we do not like Love Is too busy encouraging to save any time to criticise The gospel of success is simply he worship of god of self The color of the world depends upon the pigment bhind the eyes Its no use trying to shine if you vont take time to fill your own amp No Tariff Tinkering Wanted Wheeling Telegram West Virginia is opposed to tink ring with the tariff If tor no other eason than selfish motives this State vould fight any chance In the Tariff aws The Tariff Is becoming more r less localized That is to say chat would be pleasing to the city ens of Iowa might not suit those iving in West Virginia neverless n the framers of the laws have so adjusted the differences m as to be sates factory to all affected The country has prospered during the existing laws and there can be no valid reason for demanding a change Wtst Virginia will vote tFJ let well enough alone and It will he explicit In its alvocncy of the presen Tariff Invs In the State canyon tlon A Summer Cold A summer cold is not only annoy jag but if not relieved Pneumonia will be the probable result by Full One Minute Cough Cure clears tin phlegm draws out the inflammation heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes Out Minute Cough Cure is an ideal route dy for the children It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A certain cure for Croup Cough am Cold Sold by Z Wayne Grilliu iS Hro m y Cleveland and Roosevelt Senator Tillman tells of a conveisi tion that took plae between tvi South Carolina men with reference tr the possibility that the rival candidates for the next Presidency might be President Roosevelt and former President Cleveland The first South Carolina man grew exceedingly wroth at the mere sug estlon that the fonier President shouM be considered a possible candidate At the same time he express ed great dlssatlsfiction with 1ressl dent Roosevelt I cant see sale he that there is more than one dif terence between the two And what is the difference asked the second South Caroline man Well was the ails ver I take- it that the only difference Is that Mr Cleveland Is much too sedate to hunt and that Mr Roosevelt Is much toe restless to fish A Spinster Says That Some men never look sober unless they are full Man was made to mourn but a widower usually outlives it Much of the experience a man gets comes too late to benefit him Few men can resist the temptation to swallow undeserved praise Lying will never b come a lost art until all men have been burled Some men kick because their dally bread doesnt come already buttered But few men have been Injured b the accidental discharge of their duty Women admire a handsome man when he has good sensebut theres the trouble Some men get so tired doing noth ing that they are never able to do anything else Afttr a mans acquaintances really get to know him they often fall to recognize him When a man says theres no use talking you may as well prepare for a longwinded argument The number of things a man knows about a woman is only about i per cent of what he thinks he knows You may have observed that men who sit around and wait for dead mens shoes never cut much of a fig ure In history Beware of the man who smiles when he is angry hes dangerous And beware of the man who looks glum when he is glad hes probably a humorist a eaMuskmelon Preserve Use melons that are not fully ripe Peel and slice Soak four days in weak silt waterand then in fresh wa ter until the salt is removed Put in a preserving kettle and boll in clear water for a few minutes strain and drop them into a very weak alum water In which boil them for a few minutes Make a strong ginger tea take the fruit out of the alum water drop it Into the ginger infusion and let it boil a few minutes Lilt the trait out with a strainer and place it in cold water for a few minutes Lift it out of the water and cook until thoroughly done in a syrup made of two pounds sugar to one of fruit Flavor this syrup with lemon cut in very thin slices Will Not Deceive the Masses Toledo Itlude This abandonment of principles this catering to the big trust interests of New York will not deceive the masses There was some glory In going down to defeat with an honora ble Democracy There can be no glory in winning with a Democracy that has stultified itself that has betrayed its principles that has repu diated its past and now parades in mask and false colors The common people will not readily recognize the new dress and when it comes to ex pressing their choice at the polls they will vote for the man who is American all through nnd who stands for n party that is not ashamed either of its past record or present performance nail that dires outline a virile policy for the future- Story of Violinist Remenyi Frfouard Reuienyl way not only a great violinist but he was a violent egotist One day In Denver he said to the writer- uTomonOv Shorgetown vill le centaire 12 de earth ot Yes and why fore particularly to morrow Promptly and unblushingly the mvstro replied Remenyi will dare be Writ bees t ioleen Must Have Been An angry financial colleague irri tated by the Incapacity of a stibordl note remarked to Frederic P Olcott President of the Central Trust Company Carlyle was right when he said that men were mostly nil foolsIf they were not said Mr Olcolt sententiously you and I could not make a living Accounted For Phizz r has started up a soda water fountain Why how could Phizzer do thai He hasnt n penny of his ownWtll I heard him say he had the fountain charged Still at It I certainly did enjoy your sera mon said the hard casewho seldom attended church Indeed replied the Rev Mr Tanker and what part did you enjoy the mostII guess It was where I dreamed I had a million dol1orsi The Smart Set magazine will entertain j you Hugging in a Tunnel I Patience I see the highest railroad in the world is the Oroyo from Cal lao Peru to the gold fields It tun nels Andes at an altitude of 645 feetIPartrlce And I suppose when It gets i tn the tunnel it bugs the rocks Talked all Around Patience Theres a girl who Is talked about a whole lot Patrice Who is sue Oh I dont know her name Well how do you know shes talked about so much Why because shes one of the Central girls In the telephone ex change tIIA Strong Word I Dr BluntWe may wake her b cause I want to ask her if she has obeyed my orders The Patients I HusbandErahdoctor it might be as well toabput that question In a somewhat different form Asleep- Childhoods hours are the happiest times of ones life sighed the disappointed man Oh I dont know chirped his companion I dont see but that I aan watch a ball game just about as I well as I could forty years agoI 0 Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah tine Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING l a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHtED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE ViaMEMPNILirS II NTMIN IS AIL AM PWMB In TtXM MEXICO M CAUPOflNI- AOBVK CAft DAILY MIsCICarte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS fur totter lafonaiHon Wiertlilng Mitlir Etc Addmi R T G MATTHEWS Trrr Paw Agf Soon 212 Equllible Side lOUIHIllE XT 4 CTOWrISENDOPa1 ACT ST LOUIS Mountain Lake Park i ON CREST OF THi- HLLEGHENY JVIOUNT INS Tlte Iopulut Hummer I ctof Ilio Iul Gliailtailqila Fleeting AUGUST 2nd to 30th B 0o Sw WILL SKLL KXvUKSION TICKKTS AT i Very Low Rates Good Going August I to 29 Inclusive Good returning to and including Sept5th II 4 3 Solid Vistibuled Trains dally direct In Pirk Pullmnn Druv inji Room Sleepers observation Sleeping Cars Coaclus with high beckseats and excellent Car S vice For Further Particular Cintult Aud It S O SW If It or address O P McCAUTY icl Incrt tit t 4uitnU U H 1IUOWIS 1 I t lill vlr CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought A 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tii nail in i den tliiin iiiii i uric r Mar 1 k r UI II titrsIltIhimn rn TD xtnlr J JNO B WILSON AlTOKNKV AT LAW UAHTFOni KV- sji l lit ttitl utt ifivrti t iiillMtinR fn kips btrrtto illotnrp IuMli for IIhlo WilliIy IIUhIIrlhIItIUIIItr 0 i R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAKTPOKD KY WIll irinll liittiStHt Mini 1wlTnl igrt rii i HIrlnhu far IVlKlilllii Kir riillwPtli- BTinitlv M I dto A No SutiiryItthbrtot1111 10 tollIlly Ultll uvtT Illlli oMIlty Illllll I 11111IIS 1ISIIl WOIIIIIII HEAVRIN WOODWARD O t1Eh g c w KAIITIIIIIII Kv TIII IrmtliT tlnlr pr irm i liiii III nil the Court SlIIlltOIIII1ItlniiH ntlliv iiiit iluor to llnnk ol llurtlonl W H BARNES Attorney at LawAXIHOfNTY ATTOUNKY- HiHTroiin Kv CourtOhlllAPIMMIU Strict fittmtlon wilt lie ulTnn to huI1I rntrnxtcil to hUinrn loll lloDIiJipffl Ity OHliu liifourtboiiKe YANCYL MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW KentuckyI Court of Ohio ninl inljolnlnic Iountlr ntnl ID tin Court of IlIhllII The Smart Set- A Magazine of Cleverness Magazines should have a welldefined purpose Genuine entertainment amusement and mentalrecroation are the motives of TIIK SMAUT SET MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES- Its novels a complete one in every number are by the most brilliant authors of both hemispheres- Its short stories are matchlossclean and full of hu man interest Its poetry covering the entire field of versepathosl- ove humor terderness is by the most popular poets men oJand women of the day Its jokes witticism sketches etc are admittedly the most mirthprovoking 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING- No pages are wasted on cheap illustrations editorialva porings or wearying essays and idle discussions Every page will interest charm and refresh you Subscribe now250 per year Remit checque P 0 or express order or registered letter to Tim SMAKT Sir 452 Fifth Avenue New York N BSample copies sent free on application r k d ftr RHEUMATISMand other ills prodiuid by diseased kidneys can ho cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and il you are not satisfied your money will he dicer fullyrdlulltlcd Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CON 130 West Main Stat Louisville Ky uI DoYouTeJceQuinies of mil tluriu Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well iiilinlt it will euro mulnrhi but it leaves almost deadly ultor sift cts FINEis purely vegetable nnd tbllntly nuiruitCvu to euro k ImtUa hf biliou Wis and all htoiuiichUUlmy iillt over complaints THY IT TODAY 50 Cents c BoUlo AH Drutg5o s t Z rrrrnaoD4 p For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky u OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE IiltlCnllAN arnl Louisyillo 1I11ld125THK nElII1If N Slllll Louisvillo Herald 250 IIE IEIIIIIIIX trilluurirJOUrnfil 150 Tin IhllBIIfX JUKI New York Tribune 125 THK HEIIBIHX tlll ThriciaWook VorldI 105 Tin Iirtrl1rIN and YellowJacket 125 TilE Ii1itfI1riN anti St Louis CilobeDeniocral 175 1111 HEInl1If N and Home and Farm 125 Tin I llt ItllIN and Linpeneotts and Cosmopolitan 325 I f OUT IN CALIFORNIA The Triennial Conelave of Knights Templar will bo i held in the early fall Thousands are going Its a good time There is no goat hut that all good Amer icans desire to see the Golden Slate some time Heres an opportunity Is there anything to prevent your taking advantage os the exceptionally low rates an nounced for this occasion Three Rock Island Routes Via Memphis through the Great Southwest Via St Louis nUll the new line to Kansas City and Colorado Via K anBUS City and Colorado Tickets on Sale Kilo 5 to Sept 10 IRates from your home town on request Geo H LeeI- lell PAM + IKPIII- LBIu liotk irk OJ Jf t McGuireI l Constipation makes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by taking F 1gr cILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gentlyassist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep theyr bRoses in Your Cheeks cA 4 Complete Treatment 2SC c k toykrafmtr A H 111rlrr 1tix11111 X11j PanolaThe Modern tonica dose before each meal will make you feel t strong and well PANOIA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and La Grippe and general debility Made by the MACAI Co Inc For sale by Kidneysi p IJH WILLIAMS Hartford 9- I t MATCH TIE AND VEST By Following This Rule Much ot Mans Worry Over Fash ion Disappears If the young men who ask the Fa dettes just what kind of coats ties vests and collars to wear with evening clothes will make it a rule to always match the tie to the wiiistccnt stay of their difficulties will disappear Black waistcoats and ties ore no longer worn with the formal even ing coat and white ones are not dt rigueur with the Tuxedoso a man who can remember about one need be in no difficulty about the other That they shall be of the same color is an unwritten law If it is broken there is a non receipt mixture of the formal and informal which is almost a breach of etiquette It certainly detracts from good effect The only question to decide is whether the occasion demands informal or ceremo nious dressing Taken With Cramps Wm Kirmse a member of the bridge gang working near Littleport was taken aiuldedly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind ot chol era Isis case was so severe that he had to have the members of the crew wait upon him and1r Giflord Wilt called andconsulted He told them he hadu medicine in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administeredwith the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speak quite highly of Mr Gifibrdb medicines Elkader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails For sale by all druggists m A Tight Fit President Casratt of the Pen ns 1 vnnia railroad while taking a quiet inspection trip over the road on one occasion saw the conductor huvlng an altercation with a flashily dressed young man The conductor was attempting to place a check in the young mans hat which the latter resented Consider ing the matter too ttlval for a scene the conductor ended the controversy by placing the despised slip of paper on the hatrack What was the matter with that man asked Cassatt of the conductor His head was so swelled ex plained the conductor that I couldnt get a tlcke under his hat band Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Ar nica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for BurnsBruie es Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Z Wayne Griflin d Bros drug store m Much Bigger- Y Do you think Ike ever lies about the fish he catchesCNo I dont but I think he lies about the fish he doesnt catch Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains CollcCholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be lieve I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton AlaUA friend recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy I bought a twentyfive cent bot tle and after taking three doses of it was entirely cured I consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints For sale by all drug gists m Kindness to Dumb Animals- No person but a human brute Is guilty of cruelty to dumb animals To a person of right feelings there Is something repulsive in the Idea of in flicting cruelty on an animal that can neither explain protest apologize nor Implore No doubt in a great variety of cases where animals are beaten there was an excuse or cause for their supposed wrong doing which if they could talk would set them right Animals have feelings aches and pains the same as human beings A veterinarian will tell you that they have nearly all the diseases that human beings are subjected to and require just cs careful treatment Horses teeth decay and require dentistry How can a horse be expected to work cheerfully when he has the toothache What man or woman doe Or suppose he has a nail in his foot a spialned ankle the rheumatism the earach or a bad cold Think of a human being endowed with higher qualities beating a horse for not working cheerfully under such circumstances and the horse unable to say a word in selfdefense or explanation But there are other forms of abusing dumb animals besides beating them Underfeeding poor housing insufficient protection against the weather overwork de privation of rest are all forms of abuse that animals would protest against if they could talk The cow tor instance ia machine to produce milk How can she be expected to do this regularly and cheerfully if she is only half fed has no protection against the weather no decent sleeping accommodations and nothing to make her life comfort able Poor food and little of it with kicks and curses for dessert are not calculated to make a cow do her best in the way of giving milk In some parts of Europe dairy cows are given sleeping rooms next to the family are fed the year round on cooked food and petted like children The Eu ropean dairyman knows how to get good returns from his cows Cruel ty to animals is never seen in Eu ropeIt is written in the BoolIIAright eous man regardeth the life of his beast If dumb animals could talk IUd should hold Sunday set vices they would use the text very often to en force on men the duty of treating them kindly And it is not merely a duty for if men only knew it it- pa3 s big dividends in the way of bitter service Btsldes the unspoken gratitude of dumb animals is worth something a Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H Haggius of Melbourne Fla write My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me Iwas given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle ol Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It sure ly saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by Z Wayne Grifliu S Bro Druggists Price 50c and SlOO friI al Bottles free m Bits About Bachelors- It is far easier to find a good board in house than a good wife Some bachelors purchase wedding gifts with the air of a chief mourner He who is newly married pities the bachelor Afterwards the condition is reversedHe marries merely to bs made comfortable attains that end only through the divorce court rA Sweet Breath Is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is no remedy in the world equal to Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indi gestion dyspepsia antI all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use ot Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength andcan eat whatever I like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Wonderful Power in a Lump of Coil How few persons among the best read are aware of the forces that are pent up in a lump of coal chunk of hydrogen or an ounce of radium the new metal which has recently been discovered The Electric World says A chunk of coal releases during combustion enough energy to lift it self about two thousand miles or say from New York to panama vertically upward against constant sealevel gravitation A chunk of hydrogen our most energetic combustible re leases in combustion an amountof energy capable of lifting Itself about four times as far or to verticle dis tance against sealevel gravitation roughly equal to the distance from New York to Manila But a chunk AyersPillsWant abeautiful brown or rich black Use of radium emanation yitlJs without any combustion an amount oi energy in the process of its evolution that I would lift it against sealtvd gravi tation not only to the sun but to the orbit of the planet Neptune the putS side fence post of the solar system and which is about thirty times farI ther from the son than the earth self iv BetterThan Gold Co I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion andnervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy help ed me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they arc a grand tonic and Invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat Radium Clock That Will Run For 30000 Years- A radium clock which will keep time indefinitely has been constructed by Harrison Martindale of Eng land The principle of this appara tus is simplicity itself the registration of time being made in twomin ute beats while its function is to ex hibit the dissipation of negatively charged alpha beta rays of radium The clock according to the Scientific American comprises a small tube in which is placed a minute quantity of radium supported in an exhausted glass vessel by a quartz rodTo the lower end of this wonderful little tube which is colored violet by the action of the radium an electro scope formed of two long leaves 01 strips of silver is attached A charge of electricity in which there are no beta rays is transmitted through the activity of the radium into the leaves and the latter thereby expand until they touch the sides of the vessel connected to earth by wires which instantly conduct the electric charge and the leaves fall together This very simple operation is repeated incessantly every two minute until the radium is exhausted which in this instance it is computed will occupy 30000 years LASTSEASON SEA SHORE EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAYSEA CITY REHOBOTH And Other Atlantic Coast Points THURSDAY AUG 18th VIA B 0 SW StopOver Privileges on Return Trip at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington Extremely Low Rates TIckctH Good 12 Day Vestlbuled Trains Elegant High Back Seat Coaches Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars and Com panys Dining Cars All Trains Via Washington D C- Ask agents for Descriptive Folder Containing Time of Trains List oi Hotels Etc or address o P MCCARTY G P A- Cincinnati O R S BROWN D P A- Louisville Ky Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold for GO years ZSititfSSi I ltIJM DYE f Cumberland TELEPHONE AX- Dlllgmph Co lurpnreteJ Wit11In my re and place of business My business has increased and ray wiles voice is never heard to gruuble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C P NOWLIN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance JSsl tFzUs3 Oltts Csttisty Clrcult Court Tr lllrkbentl Judge lien n 111011 iAttoriiei r H Hindi J idler Ed O IlurrncK Clerk 1rnok l1ellx Master toa DilfNlonvr lI Mo day Trustee Jury KunUCa P Kvowu Sheriff 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Augurt J4 November II J WlUux Itoikport February 20 May B August 2i November r=srxf= r =dice Covart Jno H Wilson Jud e C K Smith City At torney S r liarnett Mnrehul Court con Tulle Becond Monday In vault mouth velisricvc Cervices M K Church South Services third Sunday la each mouth lit 11 U m and 7 p mand second Sunday at 7 1111 Prayer meeting every Vedne day evening Ilev WTjMlller Puetor Baptist Church Serviced held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night trod fourth Sunday und Sunday night Prayer mcetluK every Thursday evening Itev JllLlurnett imstor CI Church Services first Sunday In each month ut 11 a m and 7 p m Itev J D Hay ued imstor School Trustees Hartford Jns r Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Ilocker J H B Car BOU Jon C laley- rownTrusteesllownu Holbrook Chairman S1 Andorsou Clerk Dr S J Wedding W B TlDklcy A C Taylor Cocrot Sseiotles A 0 U W meets llrst nnd third Friday ulKhts In each month Hartford Lodge No 673 F t A Masons brat Monday night In each month Hough Hlver Lodge No UOKnlghtBot PythJn meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A n hold ng ullir meetluge uturdllY belorellrstSundorln ORt month We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost j Of course we reimburse the druggist You know him and trust him Dr Miles Xervlne Is medicine for your nervesIt diseases of the Internal or gans by slvlne tone to the nerves which mate these organs work It Is a novel theory not of anatomy byDrmany wllIooa wake physicians who ap predate Its value In treating the sick If you are sick we offer you a way to be made wellDr Miles Nervine This medicine Is a scientific euro for NeurnIgfaHeadache ness Spasms Backache St Vitus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros tratlon etc Ry toning up tho nerves Dr Witt Restorative Nervine will also euro those diseases of the Internal tjans duo ton disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tism etc prostrntlonandvniled upon him to try Dr Mlles hasfullyyearsneveryoneREVDttit rite us and we will mall 1ewScientifictom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose wrongand CtyL i Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 12 SHERIFFS SALE The Commonwealth of Kentuck- to the sheriff of Ohio county greet- Ing We command you that you expose to sale the estate of J H Mor ris the following described propert towit One tract or parcel of land bounded as follows On the north by the Illinois Central railroad on the east by the J M Tilford farm on the south by the tract of land bougl by defendant Morris from J J Til ford on the west by the lands of Ben Kelly The land levied on being the same bought by defendant from Spu jeon Foster and containing 6 or S acresmore or less which according to our comn ands you have taken Into your hands and which still remains In your hands unsold as you have certified to the Judge of our Ohio CIrcu Court to satisfy G D Autry for the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents with Interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from thE I4th day of May 1902 unpaid Also the sum of 585 which in the same court was adjudged to him for his costs in that behalf expended whereof G D Autry hath recovere execution against the said J H Morris by virtue of a transcript from G W Martins justice court to the Ohio Circuit court and that you have the said sums of money before the Judg of said court at the court house In Hartford on the Saturday succeeding the second Monday in September next to satisfy the said plaintiff his debt Interest and cost aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness E G Barrass clerk of our said Court at the court house aforesaid this 29th day of July 1904 and in tbe 112 year of the Common wealth E G BARRASS Clerk By F L SANDKRFUR D C Pursuant to the above order I will offer for sale the above described prop erty at the court house door in Hart ford Ohio county Ky on Monday the 5th day of September 1904 be tween the hours of one oclock p m and 3 oclock p m to the highest and best bidders or so much thereo as is necessary to produce the sun requiredTERMS ov SALE Three month with approved security CAt P KEOWN S O C By S O KEOWN D S Cholera Infantum This disease has lost its terror since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came into general use This uniform success whichat tends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite whenever its value has become known For sale by all druggists m 5550 To California Ad Return 5550 Via Big Four Route On sale August 15th to April pth Louisville Commandery Knights Templar Special train leaves Louisville August 3d Rate open to the public Send for Itinerary giving full particulars S J GATESGenl 04f3TOR J1iB- eara tteThe Kind You Have Always Bought Frt HERRIN ILL August 3 19a4 Editor REPUBLICANHartford Ky Dear EdltorI can not keep from sending a few items to your valuable paper from Illinois for I feel lost and lonesome without TILE REPUBLICAN I have just been in this place a week and like it fine The population is between six and seven thousand and Is building fast I have met one of Hartfords old boys His name Is John Miller who formerly worked for 1Mr Ed BulHngton of your city as barber John is running a shop here and doing well On last Thursday morning August 4th about 6 oclock fire broke out in Orrs restaurant caused by explosion l of a gasoline stove and burned nearly one whole square consisting ofa stores 2 restaurants 3 saloons ice house blacksmith shop and livery stable Damages amounting to about 75oeo The citizens of Herrin worked with all their power and just I barely saved the post office The fire was on public square Mrs William Francis of this place formerly of Render has been visiting relatives at McHenry for the past two weeks Mr P L Neighbors of Rende Ky is in this city this week on busi nessMrs W H Stanley is the guest of relatives at Beaver Dam at this writ IngThe Herrin ball team and Carte ville crossed bats on Herrin ball park with Jerry Matheney in the box for Herrin and George Jeffreys catche The score stands for Herrins for Cartervllle 4 The boys here did some bard playing Innings player 9 Next Sunday theCartervillestroc team and Marion boys will cross bats at Marlon park for who layed the chunk Will send you the result of the game then J R I find nothing better for liver derangement and constipation dUD Chamberlains Stomach anti Liver TabletsL F AudrewsDes Moine Iowa For sale by all Druggists In memory of Little Stella On the morning of the first inst the angels visited the home of tlr and Mrs Jesse Byers and took home with them their little glrlStella Jane Stella was an unusually bright and loving child a great favorite with all who knew her and a very great ft vorite with her teacher and school mates During her sickness she talked so much about her school and little school mates She loved her books so much that she would hay them lying on the bed by her all th time She was sick only a shot time All was done for her that physicians and loving parents could do but to no avail God in His infinite love and wisdom SAW that this little bud was too pure and lovely to grow up among the thorns and tans of this world so transplanted it to bloom In a more congenial clime I Colored Fair Owensboro Ky On account of above occasion round- trip tickets will be sold from Beave Dam to Owensboro for 150 Tickets sold Aug 17 to 20 limited to Aug 2 I for return S B VAN METER eCLEAR RUN commun1ItyMiss Antha and Jessie Park are at tending the Chautauqiu at Owens boro this week Mr Bud Hogland and Thomas W Lowe are anticipating a visit to the hautauqua the latter part of tht week Mr H F Lowe and family of Hartford visited Mr J A C Patti ast Saturday and Sunday Cecil Park of this neighborhood attending school at Beda which is bt- Ing taught by Prof Everett Ellis iipecial Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale dally leaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Colat rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 3ist for return S B VAN METER Agt CENTERTOWN- Aug gRev J Miller delivered an able sermon to our people last iundayArthur Williams and family of Providence neighborhood moved tour town this week James Chancellor and family of Lonp Star district have taken rooms on Main street Arvllle Balls has moved to Rock portC K Reneer Render is here visit- Ing his family Dr B F Tichenor and family left- for Pleasant Ridge last Monday We egret very much to give them up- Dr J Luther Smith takes the place of Dr Tichenor here Miss Pearl Igleheart Matanzas visited relatives and friends here last weekE H James Beaver Dam visited his sister Mrs N E James here this weekMrs Robert James and daughter avinla of Rockport are the guests of S M James and family Mrs J M Kincheloe Central City spent last week here with her mother Mrs Barny Rowe Worth Bell and family Matanzas spent Saturday and Sunday here with- the family of J H Kuykendoll J M Carter and Claudls Render are on the aide list Little Miss Lulu Benton Louis vllle visited Miss Irene Davis here- this week Can You Figure 200Given AW3TO CtS1Of FRS OF Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress In Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 9 5000 Second 2500 Third 1000 Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each i200 110C Total 2000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision ol the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Begin now The more tickets the better your chances CAKSOX Co Inc OASTCFIXABears theThe Kind You Have AUays BoJuJ W WORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS 1 XDTJIE- Louisana Purchase Exposition fRI II I III U1J Track Railroad and- LluiplncntIL IlL I- NAY OF THE FAST FLYER Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with ligli Back Seats- Coulplete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair fur ished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fail March For rntiH time iftniliiH Slcvplnjr Cur limr itlniiK Ktr mil on it uy Ti kit Anetit or ml Ir O I lIcCAKTY r ul IUH Airint- iirlimutl Ohio or 1C SIIJCOs nIAI- JIII IIhy Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RIILWRY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 830 a ni daily Arrive St Louis 635 pm daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 10lo p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily- iolid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep erStAll trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with abash Suburban service direct to- the Worlds Fair Grounds owExcursion RatesWill be announced soon P E CARR Passenger and Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A J CRONE Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C H HUNUERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOIUOHATLH Talk being cheap and ntCCItIRryI you should patronize where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense If you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced Real Estate Bargain Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2500 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles flour Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 3z miles from Sulphur Springs for 325 115 acres 2 i miles from Hartford 3000 A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375 I will sell your property for you or I will find a farm for your Titles nb- tiacted 43 acres on Green river near Fairest 430 S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAKTFOUl KY We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business lepartment of the Bow ling Green Business College If you are going to school call on or address Republican for Scholarship We Went To See You Well treat you right IJyou go shopping through the month of August coinu to Car son Co Wo are going to inako special prices this month on all our summer wearing apparel All of the soiled and mussy tock will he Cut Just OneHalf And the clean stock M31 per cent This is your chance for seasonable goods at half till price that you would pay others We cant help getting some of our stock soiled and missy and we dont propose to carry any of our summer stook over for another season i We always want to show New Clean Stuff And the prices that wo will quote you through August will put us in a position to make a clean sweep Now wo want to see you through the month of August You will miss bargains if you dont come We hall he disappointed if you dont cull Kirt to elude gels tIlt Pick and Choice TIll sale begins today and will continue as long as our summer stock of thin goods lals You hIre never seen such valves ollered in Hartford and it is prolmble you will never see tilt like again TIll quality stands while tilt reductions ailed nIl lines Come1 Its the chance of vour life fill barirain Carson Coi IUIOIIt11- 1HARTFORD KENTUCKY rE P BARNES Se SRO 1 II When there is good money to he sived on good Buggies why not he good to yourself hy r huying tIlt famous Sin vcr Buggy r We have been selling these Buggies for twelve years and have had nothing but piaise from our customers on these goods Do yourself a favor by coming to 115t11lill low us to show buggies that have no eiial in this ternitoly11c have lust received a new shipment of all kinds of buggies alHllanIfit you up from 15 to 00 each Wagons Wagons Old Hickory Tennessee Ms the plowing season is almost over and teaming must be the order of the day new 4 Wagons must necessarily be in demand The service and satisfaction these Wagons give to the farmer and teamster is a much better recommendation than printers ink can give and theie is not a neighborhood in Ohio county in which you cannot find an Old Hickory wagon Any sixes Low or high wheels Buy a Wagon from us l BeaVer Dam Eentuoky J 1- I 1i A b