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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t A r v iTi t tart1ioxb IIejubIican I Fine Job Work a Specialty I VTOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1904 JNo6 SET FOR MONDAY a Trial of Roy Green Schedule Early Next Week Return of Coomes Murderer Large Crowd Follows Prisoner Owensboro Ky Aug 24RolrGreen the negro indicted the murder of James Coomes wa brought into court Tuesday morning and lormally notified of the charg against him He appeared perfectly t calm and not to realize that he wa facing a charge on which there ap pears no probability ot escaping the extreme penalty W Greens trial was set or Monday o1 next week as early as could be done in order to avoid the possibility or having to rcstt it The feature o the day was the announcement from the bench that Green would be trIedat this term of court A buz of approbation ran through the crow assembled In the court room when this announcement was made an the general opinion was afterward that it h of eradicated any tendency t that may have existed to alterapl summary punishment- The bringing of Green to Owens boro did not create the excitement which was expected A small crowd ot the curious was gathered attht station to see him as he got oil tb train and the number received constant recruits as it followed Sherlfl Short and the prisoner to the cour house A considerable number ol people Irptu the county were eeate about the Court hoiifie yard and they together with those who followed the prisoner tushed Into the court house probably four hundred strong and into the room where court was I sesalon It was evident however that the motive which prompted the men was mere curiosity and that there would be no attempt to take Green from the officers Still the presence of so large a number of men and the bare possibility of their be coming suddenly converted into mob determined the officers to take no unnecessary chances After the formal presentation of the prisoner to the court he was turned over to Jailer Ashby who with his sons John and William started with him to the jail The crowd followed but found that the outer doors of the building form ed the limit of their following The VI sherifl had stationed deputies at the doors and held them closed until a telephone message to the sheriffs office announced the iron doors of the Davless county jU bad closed be hind the self confessed perpetrator ot the foulest murder ever committed within the confines of the county Louis Igleheart and Forest Roby were appointed to defend Green It I is understood that he will attempt to prove his innocence and will de nounce his confession on the night he was taken to Henderson as being procured by threats ot turning him over to a mob in the event that he did not do HO License to Wed The lollowlng permits to wed hav been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue Larkin Williams Centertown to Sallle Rowe Centertown John Ren frow Renfrow to Louvena Leach WhiteRun H L Lane Horse Branch to Annie May Allen Horse Branch C Heflin Hefltn to May Carson Heflin Clem Nantz Heflin to Au tv drle Nantz Heflin Dr J A Duff Sulphur Springs to Mattye Bean Dundee WALTONS CREEK Aug 22School opened at Rough Riverschool house August aand under the management of Mr Herman Maddox Misses Orla Williams Mattie and Effie Stevens Messrs Once Everly Mack Wllllamsjohn Stevens and Gip tit Williams attended the Maccabee cele i bratlon at No Creek Sunday Mr Larkin Williams and Mrs Sal lie L Rowe were Married at the home t of Mr Robinson Ashby Centertown SundayMessrs John Stevens and Arvin Tichenor returned from Central City MondayMr Boyd and Miss Grace Heflin attended church at Centertowi Sunday night Mrs Willie Shaver Beaver Dam visited in this community Saturday and Sunday Singing school at this place Is progressing nicely under the management of Prof E A Carters Health in this community is good Bij Foundry for Livermore- It is reported thnt S A Davis S Son will erect a new machine shop 5and foundry at Livermore The firm will be known as The Livermore Iron- Works They will commence build ing at once and will be la operation about October The intention is to be able to do any kind of machine or foundry work needed in McLean adjoiningt INTELLIGENCEd formal completion of Galves dtons sea wall was celebrated Monday by excursions to that city from al points In the State and the unveiling of two granite monuments One of the most serious problems which will be presented for solution to the National Executive Board of Americaeweekeis the situation in District ij Sec retary Wilson refuses to discuss the boardtwill attempt to solve the problem interestdto miners of Kentucky and Ten nesseeRecognition for the Rathbone Sis tere was the Important action which thenSupreme Lodge Knights of Pythias in Louisville Wednesday ThU re suit was not achieve without strug gle on the part of those opposed to recognition the final vote standing 66 for and 49 against But the Rath bone Sisters won and henceforth is ofathe order The Japanese forces which are be siegelng Port Arthur have captured Chair tort and are said to be within a mile and a halt of the city St Petersburg is full of the sinister ru mors but is cllmlng to the hope that Gen Stoessel may be able to hold out Advances at Che Foo indicate that the fortress can hold out only a short time and the Japanese residents are subscribing funds for a celebration A Toklo dispatch says the Rusulan battleship Sevastopol has struck a mine and has been seriously damaged Liao Yfing Is jubilant over a report that the Japanese assaults on Port Arthur have been repulsed Ladies and children free on first day of the Ohio County Fair this year Come little boys girls and women folks youre welcome PirtleTabor parentseR L Pirtle was united in marriage to Miss Josie Taboe They arrived at the home of grooms parents Mr and Mrs F W Pirtle Wednesday where a reception awaited them A dispatch from Hawesvllle to Wednesdays Owensboro Messenger saysA wedding which took the people of Hawesvllle by surprise occurred this afternoon the parties being Miss Josie D Tabor of this city and Dr Robert Lee Pirtle of Memphis Tenn The ceremony was performed by the Rev J L Bennett pastor of the Methodist church at this residence The engagement which had been a long one was not known to the friends of the parties Dr Pirtle is a druggist and was formerly located at Hartford His bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Tabor and has been one of the most popular young ladles of the town n h IF IT IS XiV YOt WILL MM IT IN TilE REPIBLICAN SERIOUS CHARGE Jeff Curtis Charged With Crimi nal Assault on Young Girl A warrant was sworn out by War ren Igleheart of Centertown Tues day night charging Jeff Curtis with j the offense of criminal assault upon his daughter Mabel Igleheart The warrant was immediately placed in the hands of deputy shtrfi Chester Keown and at 2 oclock Wednesday morning he and deputy sheriff Sam Keown started out to capture Curtis They returned to Hartford about 730 oclock Wednesday morning and reported that Curtis could not be found Various reports have been made and it is difficult to learn the exact facts surrounding the a leged assault and further developments may implicnt other parties BEDA Aug 2qRev Harned Caney ville filled his appointment at the C P church Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Her Chain paign Ill are visiting Mrs Ilers mother Mrs Palestine Webb Seveifl from this place attended services at No Creek Sunday Miss Flora Beard entertained a number ol her friends Saturday even ing at her home neat here Mr S A Bennett went to Hartford TuesdaySchool is progressing nicely Mr Cecil Park Clear Run is at tending school at this place Mr G W Stevens and wife Mc Lean county wer the guests of Mr and Mrs W C Bennett Monday nightMr Jesse Hudson who has been ill for several weeks Is able to be out again Mss John Harper Is very ill at her home Hear here Miss Maymee Liles and Mr Lonnie Hoover attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro last week Mr Walter Parks visited friends at Morgantown Saturday and Sunday Miss Lydia Ward and Mr Shad rach Greer visited friends In McLean county Saturday and Sunday Misses Alberta and Blanch Greer went to Owensboro Monday The C P church which had be come very much delapldated is being torn down and another will be erect ed in the near future School opened at Alexander the 8th with Miss Stella Tanner teacher Mrs Pruilie Taylor and children Nashville Tenn visited Mrs Nacy Foster last week The various attrac tionsat the Ohio County Fair this year besides the big Premium List are intended to make it the very best fair ever held here Birthday Supper- Mr Joshua Tinsley celebrated hs sixtieth birthday August igth at which all his children and grand children were present A supper was served In his honor Guests present were Mr and Mrs J H Williams and family Mr and Mrs S D Williams and family Mr and Mrs W R Carson and family Mr J K Tinsley and daughter Miss Mattie Mr W Q Parks and son Master Marvin All report a pleas ant time Resolution sof Respect RoughiPythias the committee heretofore ap pointed to draft resolutions on the death of A T Black brother of Knight T H Black reported the fol lowing which were unanimously adopted Wereas Mr A T Black brother of Knight T H Black was on the 8th day of August 1904 called from the scene ofhis earthly labors there fore be it- Resolved y Rough River Lodge No no Knlgbts of Pythias that we extend to tour brother T H Black the sincerest sympathy of the lodge and its members in this hour of his affliction and to the wife and children of his deceased brother we desire to express our sense of their loss and our system for them in their bereave mentResolved further that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this lodge an be furnished each of the local papers for publication BEN D RINGO S T BARNETT ERNE3T WOODARD Corn WANTEDIndustries man or wom an as permanent representative of big j manufacturing company to look after its business in this county and adI joimngiterritory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salary paid weekly I from home office Expense money advanced Experience not essen I j tall Enclose selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block Chicago I MATANZAS a I Aug 24 So A Bratcher wife and daughter Miss Lillie Ross Bennett and sister Miss Nora and James Bilt bro are attending the Worlds Fair this week Mrs Marry Patterson of Hender son is visiting friends here- J M Stogner of Htflln was in our midst last Saturday and Sunday- J D Bell is on the sick list this weekWe had a good rain here last Satur urday which was badly needed Miss Pearl Igleheart hai the erysip elas Mrs C E Smith of Hartford is spending this week with her mother MH W P Render near this pac Mr Ramond Cox near thin place died the 16 inst of typhoid fever his remains was inttred in the Point Pleas ant cemetery the following day The family of the deceased has the syrup tilt 9l tee CQrnmunlty jn this sad be rcvctnenr Tom Bishop lost A good mule last xeek from some unknown cause Rev B F Tinkens of Owensboro filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church here 1 st Saturday and SundayF Jenny went to Hartford yesterday on business h Subscription 1 a Year IFOUND IN WELL I Fordsville People Find the Body of a Baby in Unused I Well I Consldrable excitement was created at Fordsvllle Monday afternoon b A the finding of a body of an infant In an old wfllat the public school I houseThe body was that of a wellformed I boy and gave every evidence of hay ling been in the well for about two I When found there was a piece of clothwrtppedahout the body There were no marks of violence It is un FordsIracy are expected in a few days Since the above was put in type the following has been reported The officers were at once notified and suspicions sorted on Allie Porter a young woman who han lived In Gainesville a suburb of Fordevllle in which the school building is brat ed Warrants were isued for her her mother Candle Porter and her herIgrandsix weeks ago and went to Falls of Rough while the mother of the girl remained In Forrfsvllle where she had work as a cook She is now un der arrest It is generally believed that the girl had made away with a child but it was no known and no search had been made fur it Hon Jesse Williams Dead After a continued illness of several months Hon Jets Williams died at his home near Hopkinsville lest Friday at 2 oclock pr m HUremalns were brought back to this his native county and after funeral services con ducted by Revs E W Coakley and G J BeRn were interred in the GO ben cemetery Sunday afternoon The deceased was twice elected to the lower house of the Kentucky Leg islature where he won distinction and acquitted himself with honor About 1893 he as the principal member of the Williams Coal Co opened what Is now known as Williams Mines i MEN OF PROMINENCEU- seI Pcruna for Catarrh I Peruna Cures Catarrh Whet Iever Located F Y FTOPATHICK M C Hon F Y Pitzputrlck Oonpressma from Ketueky writes from tho Nations Hotel Washington D C as fjwj- At the solicitation of a friend I useyour 1 erunn and can cheerfully recornv mend your remedy to anyone gniforlng with catarah or who needs a good tonle F Y Fitzpatrick Peruna is the remedy for catarrh 4 most everybody knows that by heresaj and thousands know it by experience Whatcan ho cured in the beginning tit e week or two by using Peruua It I1HowA to become chronic may require months of faithful treatment You had bctteo take Peruna now for byand byyou mai be obliged to take It for some time fa order to yet well Now the warm dry weather will assist Inyour cure Yearn are not liable to catch fresh cold trtuidelay your cure Hundreds of men of dignity and pre ntr nence from all over the United Staisawc endorse Peruna No other remedy receives such con vincing testimonials Send for free boob of testimonials If you do not receive prompt and aatusi factory results from the use of Fernaa write yl once to Dr Hartman giving R + fun statement of your case and ho wflC be plowed to give you his valuable scfc cice gratis Address Dr Hartman President offj The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus o Thtse mines were successfully operat ed by that company with Mr Wil liams at its head until a little more t than a year ago when the mining property was disposed of and invert ments made by him in Christian county where he lived at the time offJ his death rE P BARNES Se BRO 11 When there is good money to be savedon good Buggies why not be good to yourself by buying the famous RfrtArnv Buggy 1Ve have been selling these Buggies cal twelve years and have had nothing but praise from our customers on these goods Do yourself a favor by coming to usaxVd allow us to show you buggies that have no 6e1tult in this territory We have just leCelvm anew shipment of all kinds of buggies and can flt you up from 45 to 90 eachA u tJsWagons must necessarily be in demand The service and satisfaction these give to the farmer and teamster is n much better recommendation than Vago1Jr can give and there is not a neighborhood in Olio county in which you an Old Hickory wagon Any sizes Low or high wheels Buy a Wagon from uv U t weaver Dam Kenrtuol yrr- n 1 c I ITS SO If it is Seen in The New York Sun New York Suns Denouncatioi of Judge Parkers Speech of Acceptance The New York Sun one of themos forceful Independent Democtatlc new- papers in America which hassupport ed McKinley In 1896 and 1900 vigor ously criticized Roosevelt for the last two years and hoped to the last that it might be able to support the nomi nee and platform of the St Louis con ventlon created a sensation in journ alistic and political circles In the East by its instant repudiation of Judge Parker after listening to his speech of acceptance and its unequivocal declar ation in favor of Roosevelt and Fair banks The Suns stand is said to have made a distinct impressionupo the Sound Money Democrats wh had been inclined to returned to tb Democratic fold in the expectation that Judge Parker would rise superior to his party and platform The Sun iamars editorial is reprinted in full below from its issue of Thursday August ii the day following the no tification ceremonies at Hsopus ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS liThe campaign is now on Both parties and both candidates have spokenOn one side a conservative party with a radically inclined and erst while too strenlous candidate for Pres ident and behind him for the Vice Presidency a man of undoubted ca pacltysound opinions and mental and physical promise of endurance On the other side a radical party with an infinite capacity for mischief and a stupendous record of mischief actually accomplished presenting for President a conservatively inclined candidate of irreproachable character and attractive personal accomplish ments and for Vice President one whose extreme age is the sole but sufficient reasons for apprehension in case of his succession to the Presi dencySuch Is the chance before the in dependent voter and it is the inde ndent voter who will decide this J electiotii He C4 not take judge Parker on the Republican platform and record He cannot reject Mr Rosevelt with out beckoning to the distant Huns without helping to open the gates of power to political forces of unmeas ured destructive potentiality It seems better to maintain unbroken the wall of defense which the first election of McKinley established Two things might have happened to make the choice of 1904 a choice between individuals rather than be tween parties standing on their re spective records Neither of the two things has happened The first op portunity was deliberately avoid by the compromising tricksters at St Louis The second was deliberately thrown away at Rosemont yesterday Barring Judge Parkers gold telegram of 1974 offsetting in some degree his two free silver votes for Bryan in 1896 and 1900 and barring a public anti second term pledge which might have been made perhaps more gracefully in an Inaugural address after election nothing has come from Judge Parkers lips or pen to indicate that he pros sesses a slicht political idea making him as a stateraan of independent in illative of courage superior to the St Louis brand of stature to command and lead With the two ex ceptions noted he is an echo of the convention and naught besides He is yet the unknown quantity that he was throughout the preliminary period of silence prescribed by judicial dignity Instead of rising above the platform Judge Packer has crawled pretty Ignominiously beneath it He himself has decreed that the choice of the independents shall be one of parties and record and princi ples rather than of men uTo state the Suns position and its reasons therefore requires no meta physical sublety of explanation The main consideration is as broad as the nations Interests As the case is now made up we prefer the imbulslve candidate of the party of conservatism to the mildly conservative tempor izing opportunist representative of the Hun vote in the back ground We have more faith in the distinct promises of the Chicago platform not ignoring the many serious defects of that document than we have in the miserable hellbroth of dishwater and 1 Ayers Why is it that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair Vigorscannot keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color of early life comes back to gray hair 11 When I flrtt reed A jert Halt Vigor my Imlr woe About ill gray nut row It In H nice rich blark and ai thick n I could xtih Mao SCRAN KLOrKKNBTIKN TlllCUIIlblll Alas IM a bottle jr avert co All Lowell Mam drluIrIAUfor + Gray Hair anreo nounce its criminal follies and tasted today at Hsopus a respectable candi date who declares with gusto that Its admirablesWe shall therefore advocate the election of Rosevelt and Fairbanks and advise the defeat of Parker And Davis preserving our own absolute independent of organic control and our fredom of judgement as to every specific question occurring And may Hon Theodore Roosevelts pres ent mood continue and it he is elect ed may the Discoutager of Precipi tancy stand always at his elbew In the politics of the Empire State so far as they concern State matters we shall support the candi date whatever may be the partisan designation of his ticket who seems to us the more likely to give the people of New York the honest and competent administration their public affairs so grievously need and to wipe out the shame and evil of exist ing conditions Have you read that very inteieting magazine The Smart Set To Golden California Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colotado and Utahreturning via Iron Mountain Route pr vice versa Cheapround trip rate from St Louis to San Fran I cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov ereign Grand Lodge 1 0 0 F September next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale AugUst t3 to September 10 limited October 23 1904 Two fast trains dally Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dining cars Special train per sonally conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive liter ature map folders etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room Sot Norton Bldg Louisville K- ySFIRRIWsiii 21561andCircuit Court in favor olM 1J Jarvis i vs R J Daniel H H Jarvis vs R J Daniel and Leona Jarvis vs R Jj Daniel I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 5th day of Septem ber 1904 between the hours of 1I oclock p m and 4 p m at the courthouse door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to j the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the aloreeid plaintiffs debts Interests and costs towitOne house and lot in the town ofI Beaver Dam Ohio countyKywhich lot is bcunded as follows Beginning- at R J Daniels corner east side 01 main street at the right of way ol the I C R R running thence south I with main street 91 feet to a division fence of R J Daniels line thnce east with said division fence IOU feet thence north 91 feet to a corner In the I C R R Co line thence west 100If feet with the right of way of the I C R R Co to the beginning Levied j upon as the property of R J DanM The sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved j security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per nnnum I from the day of sale and having the force and effect of n sale bond I Witness my hand this 17 day of August 194 CAT P KEOWN Sheriff By CHESTER KEOWN D S I PHILIPPINES WORK Wont be Undone Says Presi dent Roosevelt His Letter to G A R Encamp ment in Annual Session at Boston One of the chief features of the opening session of the annual en campment of the Grand Army of the Republic was the reading ofa letter of regret from President Roosevelt The letter was addressed to Gen Blackmar Comroanderof the Depart ment of Massachusetts and reads ac followsWhite House Washington D C My Dear General Blackmar- I have carefully considered the in vitation which I received through you and your associates of the com mittee to attend this year the annual encampment of the grand Army of the Republic at Boston It is with the most genuine regret that I find that it is impossible for me to accept One of the memories which I shall always cherish is the occasion two yearn ago when it was my good for tune to drivealong the line of theGrand Army of the Republic and afterward ftom the stand to greet it as it passed in review It is no disrespect to any other body of our citizens to say that the men who fought for the Union lu the great civil war have a claim upon all Americans such ns no other men in the country can have It is to you we owe the fact that wt have a country at all and every Amer lean today is under a debt of person al obligation to you and your com rades who in their youth nnd early manhood in the supreme huur of the nations need rallied to the call ol Abraham Lincoln and after our weary years saw the triumph of the armies commanded by UIy sos S Gra t There have been other crises in the history of this government bit noL since its foundation has there ber any other lu which the existence ol the Government itsef was at stsk Therefore it fell to the lot of you and those who stood with you from 1861 to 1865 to render the one service which was vital not only to the wtl being but to the very life ol the ra iLn Four yearS ago when your former comrade my revered predecessor President McKinley being unable to attend your encampment sent his greetings he used these wotds Your patriotic spirit still inspires the people it led the volunteer armits which enlisted in the Spanish war to Vrthent service In Cubi Porto Rtc and the Philippines and impelled the b ave men who under your comrad MacArthur are now milntaining American authority in the Philippln and those under your other coma ie Chaffse who had carried to our legation and to our citizens In China the protraction ol the flag What President McKinley wrU then true is now Undci the 1Hrt ol your comrades the Philippine Isl- andsLIVER TROUBLESI IfindThfdfonluBkickDnwiBbt a Real tnwlfcliie for 11 or disease It cured my on after ho bad spent S1oo with doctors It Is all the mod icine i talrEltrR8 CAROLINE MARTIN Partrersburn W Vo If your liver does not act rep ularly co to vonr IniLffist and secure a e of ifordsB- lackDrnuaht and take a dose I This reat family tipatedIof hill DrnuffhtIand strei then the kid ilpurititS A toriNiriivcr invites biliousness chills and evr all manner of sick ness and contusion Weak kid navs result in uriplits iliccuwi I whichclaims as many victims 06 tx iisniiii tiun A Sficcnt I package of Thedfords Black should always l e kept Iinthe house I I used Thedfords BUck I Draught for Ucr and kidnoy oom nothing to excel ItWILLIAM COFFMAN Mart blehead I- IITHEDFQRDS BUCK RAUGnT j were won for the cause of civilization of civil liberty and of peace and justice At this time it Is only under the American flag that the people of the Island can preserve the public orI der the Individual freedom and the material wellbeing which have come to them as the direct consequence oJ your brothers in arms of a younger generation The work which hns thus been done will rot be undone the nation remains true to the memo ry of your own great deeds As the representative of all our people I bid you Godspeed and send you this expression of the honor and esteem In which the nation huffs the members of the encampment and their comrades throughout the country Sincerely yours THEODORE ROOSEVELT t Nearly Forfeits His Lifo A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Ducklens Ar nica Salve had no trouble to clue him Equally good for BurnslJruU ea Skin Eruptions and Piles Joe at X Wayne Griflin it Bros drugstore m Meaning of Orange Blossoms IIhlladrlphtn Inquttrrl The orange tree is re unnled as a prince among trees and the emblem of genius A peculiarity of this tree I Is that it bears fruit and flowers at the r fume time Its leaves are evergreen aid HP it crowsolder itgrons in beau i ty and fruitltilness its I losf ouis fi 1 i tag the air with their fragrance It I is indeed a fit emblem of marriage I promise and The or antehopeIII al of love b I is golden and its fl war and scent de licious its rind is bitter and as everyone kno vs vsho has experienced it Cupids dart class caused pain The orange is emblematic of gratitude I as wet as a rnioUN and love I For Business Good Stationery is A power in business Business Stationery should be the bestnot merely for prides sake but for the real worth it i- to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers because that which goes to make beautiful stationery employed in our printshop Every oaten of its making is attended to with the greatest emv the paper ink presswork null all are just what they should be Favor us with tin order so w can prove the ale or call nnd let us show you samples 4A d WeaK i HeartsAro due to Indigestion Nlnetyntno of every ono hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple Indlges lion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of 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 Kauble of Nevada 0 MM I hid tomach trouble and wn In a bJ state is I had hMrttrpubU with It I took Kodol Dripepili Cure tnontbJ and It cured me Koicl Digests What You ltAnd relieves the stomach of all nervous train and the heart of all pressure Donlee only die which Size ihineSCuciu the trial Prepared by E O DeWITT 00 OMIOAQft BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It you btrent a regular healthy movement of the bowels nerrdaYJourn 111 or will be Krrour bowel open and be well of violent physic or pill poison Ilaniernui The smoothen cmlett mot perfect way of keeping the bowel clear and clean U to tak- eCANDY CjjARTtOi EAT EM LIKE CANDY rifi nt Palatable Potent Taste OooJ Do Good Never Sicken weaken or Orito10 s IndIto Cents prrboi Writs fur free sample and let on health Address IU- SUrllni Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN nt7a Early Risers The famous little pills I f VORMSJi I Normal CENTRAL R R BKST OF THAIN SPHVICK I With Dining BufTetLibrary Sleep Ing and Reclining Chair Cars on I through trains direct to the WORLDS FAIR Tickets account nf the Fair with 10 nayS 60 flays December 15 Limit at greatly reduced rates Coach Excursions to St Louis Bcr Twomluy and Tliurxiliiy pIn 4 for the round trip Tickets and prrtculars as to spe r cific saves limits and train time of our home ticket agent- S B VAN METER Agent Beaver Dam Ky ts u AIIM ii r s ifitiiMiii 11 4dO ii 111 H p A Sew titlent + A II IIANMiN i I A NO A M OTI A Ij I t 11 JoIIIII IWHITES For 20 Years Has Led all Worm RemsdieseY BOLA Strr- elwirea ALL DXUGJroGrXST by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky Beautiful Stationery For Society Society Stationery is given the greatest care in our print shop The type faces we have for this class of work were se lected with the utmost cure as to beauty Indstyenll in stance we have a series of type for calling cards that when printed like we print is so much like ingraved work that it can hardly be detected from the real It is the same with wedding invitations and the likeOur prieS for this kind of work are moderrte considering the excellent highgrade work you get Note tHe F oitowittg Exceedingly Low PricesEnvelopes good quality PII fln 310ItI1d up Letterheads good juality per teeth of fjlJo1jXotcheads good quality per ream ulif0O0100 1 Statements good quality per ream of 500 100II iI Ordinary Hand bills per I11U00Prescription blanks in lots per iCfltfflIOOAll other Job Work in proportion THe Hartford Republican Hartford a Ke11tuci ylou I- fh 1 Southern School ILLINOIS jBO1li rosossCollegal I I TWO SErABATB SCHOOLS UNDER ONE KANAOEKENT One Thousand Students Will be in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year I 1 nnoru a II 1 I ollowlngcnnrsePare 1 Law Business 8hort Hfvn AIFVI mti L iiiiiuiiiBinp AcicKrnpuy nnu CIvil Service Any student who enters the DU8INFSII COLLEOK extrachargMlUciureind mention course waated when you write Catalogue free Address H n CHERRY GenetManagerROWLINO R4II ypc i r II WHITE SLAVERY NN- t vChildren Bought in Greece and Italy Sold Here Padreons pay From Fifty Cent to One Dollar a Week For use of Imported Boys The government is extending its mighty hand to throttle n nefarious Imslntsi which hits been thriving for some years past under the very nose of the authorities It is an old 11 dustry revived from time to timet und may he described an n system for utilizing the migration service for the vital enslavement of multitu des of while children of foreign pa rentage The scheme in question las long been known ns thepadronesystem and In simple terms consists ol nn arrangement by which grent numbers of little boys me purchased in Italy and Greece and Imported into this country to work as bootblacks ped lers newspaper venders beggars or p what not under the taskmasters who take from them all their earn ings giving then in return onla wretched sulsistence and often tic at ing them cruelly These children niter their arrival in the land of free are bought and sold with theI about as much regard for their injs or wishes as II they were dogs crI catsThe price of a small boy in south ern Italy or in Greece is from 525 to jvSj Sometimes they may be obtain ed lor ni little as 10 Children are plentiful over there and the stricken patents lire not unwilling t- tt allow their young sons to go to Amer lean wonderful country where is they have heard wages are phenomenally high and riches easily acquired Passage on the steamship will be paid and the cash received is so much bonup So the buyer collects a consignment of boys without much trouble He prefers that they shall be not mor than nine or ten years of age fo reasons which will presently appear The shipment of them is the only dif faculty because they cannot be sent in a bunch lest the suspicions of our migration authorities be aroused J 4 They have to be sent over by onesI and twos accompanying adults to whom they usually claim relationship and it is necessary to coach them carefully in the answers they are to give to questions which are sure to be asked when they reach Kills Island If they fail In giving the proper replies they are liable to to be sent back and the speculator loses the money that he has already investedThe of these human chat tels sometimes does his own buying making visits once or twice a year to Italy or Greece for that purpose But however this part of the business tqtf way be matuged the system on this side of the water Is always pretty much the same The padronemas ter who owns the boys by right ol purchase either rents them out tot minor bosses at so much a head ort else puts them to work on his own account at peddling blacking boots or whatever employment may offer the best expectation of profit In either case he pays them their wages a 50 cents or i a week and pros vides them with their meals and a lodgingseAs might be Imagined the beard t and nccomodations furnished to thed 4unfortunately wretched The food they get barely suffices to keep body and soul together and commonly they are obI lIged to sleep on the floor 25 or 30 01a them in a room It is not surprising that their proprietors make money rapidly Many of the Italians banks In New York Chicago and other cities are owned by men who were formerly padrons and some of them are still In the businesstL If it bs asked why the boys do not Epr run away from their masters the iSUPPORT 4 S scorrs EMULSION urvu utbridge to eany the weakened starved Ystcm long until it can adIfirm support In ordinary food S Send for free IIDpIC1 SCOTT I10WMK Chmt u 409415 1eatl Street New YorkISoc and ftoo I alldruggfou 0W themSIcare ol Ignorant of our institutions and language they do not feel able to look out for theniReivcs amid the turmoil 0111 city So long in they remain with the padrone they are svre at all events of food to eot and- S n homeheaven save the markto go to If they took their nflalrs into their gwn hands they might starve and besides their owner might catch them and brat them Nevertheless when these slave children have eta hed the age of t 4 or 15 they usually run away and- S start in business of same kind for themselves And this is precise why the padioni prefer to purchase hays who are not over nine or ten and who may be counted on for at least three or four years of obedient sorrier Of course the supply has e be kept up by constant fresh im pore rations nnd saran thousands of luck less youngsters have been delivered annually on this side of the water destined for such servitude for a ton time past The padornesystem thrives ntttc more luxuriantly in certrin inland cities especially Chicago and Pitta burg than in New York Dfalers ii the Metropolis forward the boys to the West as fast as they arrive an- Von delivery at their destinations the Iare sorted out and bought and sal any other merchandise In some cases the stave merchant who does a western trade resides in New York and disposes of the children at s many dollars cplecc wherever the may b a demand for them An Ital tan or Greek boy of suitable age is always a marketable article Taken With Cramps 01VnI Kirmse a member of the bridge gang working near Littleport war taken etidiledly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of chol era His case was ss severe that he had to have the members of the crew wait upon hun and Mr Giflnnl was called and consulted He told them he hada medicine in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera aut thoughrt several doses were administered with- the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speak quite highly of Mr Gifford medicines Elkader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails For sal by all druggists m SHERIFFS SRLE By virture of Vendls Nos 2153 andI 2154 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the OhioJ Circuit Conrt in Savor Gist ol Globe Fertilizer Co vs John A St Clair and S A Anderson Admr of Ewen Morris vs John A St Clair I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 5th day of September 194 between the hours of i oclock p m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose- to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much r of as may be necessary to satisfy aforesaid plaintiffs debts interest and costs to wit FIrstA lot or parcel of ground in Rosine Ohio county Ky being forty4s feet square on the north east corner of lot No6 block 21 as on the plot of said town For more particular description refer is had to recorded deed from D McHenry to W B Kuyken found in deed book NO3 page 18 Ohio county Clerks office t Also another lot or parcel of ground in the town of Rosine Ohio county Ky bounded and described follows Beginning at the southeast corner of lot No6 block 21 thence with a line of Front Street W 300 feet to the S11 corner of block 21 thence with a line of lot sold to Basil Stewart it being the west boundary of said lot north 203 feet the northwest corner of said block 21 thence with a line of First Street 100 feet to the corner of lot sold J W Ragland in 1890 thence with the same S 95 feet to his corner thence again with the same E too feet to Raglands corner in H P Watts line and being in the tine between lots No and 5 thence with said Watts lot 40 feet to Watts corner thence agalns with Watts line E too feet to southeast corner of said lot and the line of McLeob Street thence 65 feet to the beginning being all the unsold part of block No 21 and the same land conveyed to J W Racland by Isabel and H W Rolph as Is evidenced by deed of record in It is just a common cold people say theres no danger in tlmt Admitting their etatumcnt then there art uncommon colds i colds which arc dangerous i for many a fntul sicktUM begins with a cold If we utyemit The uncommon variety is rarely recognized until it hus fattened its hold on the lungs nnd there ate symptoms of con sumption At the first symptoms the careful person will heed the warning by taking P mild lIotJthe bust istor Pierce PUasant Pellets If the cold starts with a cough and persists then some lord treatment for Uli condition should be taken A well known alterative extract which has been highly recommended by thousands of timers id Discovegnn extract of roots and herbs and has a sooth lItenlbranehg works in the 1raper nnd reasonable way at the sent of the troublethe stagnated or poisoned blood IheItto blood 100kdg sent free in paper covers on receipt of 21 0111dt i be sent tooth pages It was formerly sold for Stgo per copy Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y CountyY ter conveyed by Chas Tally and wife to J A St Clair as is evidenced bj deed of record in Deed Book 24 page 547 office aforesaid Levied upo the property as the property of Job A St Clair Said property will first be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of the debt Interest and erst of Glob Ftrteilizer Co vs Joh A St Clair and the residue It any wilt be applied to the debt interest and cost of S A Anderson Admr vs John A St Clair The sale will be made on a credit 1of three months bond with approved security required bearing Interest a the rate of six per cent per annum 1from day of sale having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this it day of 194ICAt P KnoWN Sheriff SeCholera Infantum This disease has lost its terror since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came into general- use This uniform success which at tends tbe 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 781t3TORI L Bean thetheKind You Have Always Bought Slgnatcreof 11 i That Parker Telegram Colliers Weekly is one of the papers which tries to maintain a con servative independent position The lame of its editor is worldwide and his serious judgment is as sound as sarcasm and humor The follow- Ing concerning Mr Parkers telegram which forms the leading editorial in the current ifsue of Colliers under the head ofHystena II should be read by very fairminded voter 1 here Is coming to pass in regard to the Parker telegram about what was to be expected It matters uot whether they are for theJudges elecI ion or against it ordinary clearheaded Americans must suffer are action alter being worked into ex citement over allegations that are as sured They must come to see theI facts in the more or less clear light of common sense They observe the part played by Mr August Belmont in the present campaign They readI that Senator McCarren receives a salary of 20000 a year from theI Standard Oil Company Whether that be true or not It is certain that the Senator is n very smooth man They know something of the history of the adroit BlueEyed Billy Sheehan and a good deal more of the history of David Bennett Hill The principles of Bourke Cockran are not shrouded in mystery These men form the group nearest to Judge Park er most likely to know and influence his councils most likely were he President to compose or suggest hisI Cabinet Now men of this stamp secured the nomination of Judge Parker at St Louis acting as his spokesmen Certain promises wereI necessary to obtain that prize When the nomination was secure and could not be taken away without putting the Democratic party in the position of seeming to reject a man because he favored gold the Judge sent his tele gram He was immediately hailed by that part of the press which Is primarily Interested in markets as a hero who had been willing to sacri fice the Presidency to his duty Such idiocy must have its rebound Bry ans cross of gold metaphor which drove another class of people into frenzy had its reaction although even it fallacious as it was had a much solider foundation than the childish story that to offer back a nomination when it could not possl bly be withdrawn without absurd disaster was the bravest deed ever perpttrated in Ameaican politics Inanities of that kind never pay The people may become excited for a moment but then they sotto down yto contemplate with disgust the spectacle they have made Judge Parker played gcod politics or he did not Those who tried to turn him Into a hero did all they could to turn him into an ass The newspaper which Is trying to prove that it forced him to send the telegram is not doing him any more barm than the others which are still hailing him as a hero If the Democrats wish to carry New York not to talk of any western State they had bitter get busy and show that Judge Parker Is less of a plutocrat and more ofa Dem ocrat than he seems to be Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills tlt0 maintain it By gently arousing 1the lazy organs they compel good di gestion and head oil constipation Try them Only 25c at Z Wayne Grif mnThe Japs Method of Recording Time The Japanese divide the twenty four houts into twelve periods of which six belongs to the night and six to the day the day beginning at sunsettWhether the day or night be long or short there are always six periods in eachTo attain this the characters or nu merals on the scale of their timepiece are adjustable Two of them are set one to agree with the sunrise the ot er with sunset and the four characters between them divide tbe space Into equal portions Thus when the pe nod of daylight is longer than the night the day hours will be propor tionally longer than those at night Another peculiarity in their scale is that they use only six characters those from 4 to 9and those read backward instead of forward A Perfect Painless Pill Is the one that will cleanse the sys tem set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect IISold by Z Wayne Griffin tC Bro m Drinking at Meals f Mulliiil Tflib for Homo It is a bad habit to take any H quid with meals The food is not sufficiently mixed with salivaand the gastric and digestive juices are diluted rendering the task of digestion more complex and difficult Drink Ing at meals is often the sole cause of dyspepsia Quit for awhile and note the difference About two hours after eating and up to about one hour before the next meal drink a quart or more of pure water Try this for one month and se how you feel by that time BetterThan Gold hI was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debilitywrites 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 i Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and Invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only fiOc Satisfaction guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro m I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for ocr 30 years has homo the signature of IIRormlAll Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are hufc Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and WindIColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsTHE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STRICT NEW YORK CITY t I IIC IHarris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why IlifiintK It cures completely and nt once It rellevtw the PIIIIKH of n HrliiK death All nI of 1lles can be cured by n surgical operation but you would rather have Piles thllcllrJIMllhnrmRI1I1 i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky r Photography for th- eAMATEURat Half its Former Cost good in C L6 every detail Film or Plate Holder tp new Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free The famous- POCO Buck Eye andAmerican Carnera American JR Genuinely chooseWith illustrated catalogue 4801 I 4x5 POCO I I01 AMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y +++ i4 hI +++dd31 ++ tH+Ht4H+++++++ O ++++ i FEMACURA I Many rniuedliM tar temnlt1 PIxcrtNi nre on the market hut the onto out tlmt + ihllljirovon tn be an ntiimlute and posture curt fur nil foriiiw of Iemnle Trouble IK t i IKMAriMtA A slnKlw trial will convince tin moxt nkpitknl ol ltd alinoiit nil tt t rMtiilotiH cumtlrt IIOWITH nladeonly by the 11l1tI1nIlIIIIt II Ut f Hartford Republican enueiJ by tlio Hartford lnhllf lilUK omiiinyIN- COIIIOIIAYKIII Rt r SMITH lir= =rn =O CurnQ arlono 3 Teuth tvr 22 Advertising Rates tuftIllilltI lit cxiitx i r II tit ttrtt ItiMrllon tud hvi lts oerh hiiliMnnrnf Inortlon C siitJiivMt nrlwh liiwtumI o11t 11 1IntlTI ot I I IaJIII IfIlttItlh a iliunthr 1 011 f frtw pet hM a nuatbIfo It I I 1ldtnerY Soli blennrS IIIt 0 lilt nt I v trll h 1 Liannbertlltie nnulro1 limit All oliituirv portrv iilit Dt woitlOMi NIlefollIrlhtin frau hfip t to iMnt BIhn CvIII Irtow FRIDAY AUGUST 26 REPUBLICAN TICK = I I 11 t I I THEODORE ROOSEVELT I Ir v 1 Ct i rol viu iii iiilvr CIIARLES W FAIRBANKS i I ItSV j Till i iiiiiii 1IDR BEN L BRJNER I I ANNOU iCE FT- Ila iAiiru Ve nr anthrlI f muminH IAMI II HlKtN HHII iiitiiMiti for flii ottl4V of liilVr IthI rIalltrIlll tto tItl1 d th Ii- rh16 nu parts THE country is nut tet ready t rget the four years of disaster j Ir was really anuiaiu j to see UukIi Honry Davis cut the pigeon he notification ball I THE latest society lad is the r jte ball which was inaugurated hyI he summor girls at Atlantic City THK final decision ot the committee Gems to be for Parker to make the usSc while Crania Davis does thei slicing THE election of a Democratic con rei would insure another reign o heap products and the cheapest of iee products would be hhortIHE mute Democrat candidate for resident refuses to speak iu his own ehalf but wants Clevelands old vretary to talk gold fir him CANDIDATE PUKES assures the voters that Democracy is a coming Mirty Oue eerious trouble is that it has arrives tour years behind lrncA KANSAS woman recently sued aer husband for divorce because he o willingly did everything she request J It is safe to say that but few are r- triltyd such conduct THE onrcity of Kentucky horses I an be accounted for iu no way ex ept that they have been privately engaged for the use of another 100 00 Kentuckians to march to Wash I ugton under the leadership of Marse Henry IT w a source of regret on the part I jf Republicans that Candidate Park r will not take the stump in his own jehfilf during this campaign JudgtJ ng from the effect of his speech of ac tptaace Roosevelt would carry everI rotate where he addressed the voters TAI Lexington Leader saye The is ilbrts of the Democratic campaign managers to hunch enough dope into granddaddy Davis to make him take the bit in his teeth and occasionally kick n hole in the dashboard areb as amusing as they are transparent L A FACT that perhaps but few peo jie know and which we were apprais ed of only a few days ago is that there 3 only one Republican newspaper is published in the Fourth Congression al district Of the forty or morel W pllers published in the thirteen Bounties comprising the district all at ire Democratic or independent ex opt THK HAIUTORD REITISIJCAN its MASKERS ACCEPTANCE Candidate Parker in his speech of icceptance did not say anything to- ai1r that he is any more courage JUB than his party He thanked the nimjttee on notification for the con deuce shown by the St Louis con at 1 Bryans View of Nomination I have Nothing to take back have nothing to withdraw of the things that I have said against the methods pursued to whMtice his can dldncy It was a plain deliberate at tempt to deceive the party The New York platlorm was vague and purposely so because the advocates of Judne Parker were trying to secure votes from among the people wh would have opposed his views La they known them The nouii nation was secured therefore b r 1crooked anti indefensible methods veution in not reconsidering his non inatiou after he had telegraphed that he considered tho gold standard firm 1u1lII irrevocably established Tb was substantially an apology for that tcleurum The Judge did not oflen too Bryan wing of the party any tit ri ther as he might by reiterating IS convictions regarding the stability of the gold standard lie rested hisjjt case on his telegram and in all rl things followed the motto of his polit ical director and ndviser David njHill 1 am a Democrat He is certainly a Democrat on theI labor question till he expressed willingness to gwith his party it jiuatturs not whether it is tor or against the labor union he is also a Democrat on Imperialism and will act with his party on any policy re gardin the Philippines when he learns what that policy is he is Democrat on the Tariff and in favor of Tariff reform but explains to th opponents of that policy that they need not tear for the Republican Sen onte will protect the country fromnuch folly as Democratic free trade during his incumbency office if he should I be elected and he hives further as j surance by declaring that he will not be a candidate for reelection which i relieves any possibility of his endan goring the country in the future j In fact Candidate Parker takes no j more definite stand on any question than does the platform of cowardice and evasion adopted at St Louis He straddled every question in issue which he discussed and did not even mention the most recent Democratic issue regarding the Panama canal thefItrentadministration of irregularity and complicity in the revolution on the Isthmus The effect of Candidate Parkers speech of acceptance has been to emphasize the fact that if his party should break into power and be able to control he would do anything the bosses direct DuffBean- On Wednesday afternoon at H clock at the brides home In Dundee Dr James A Duff was united In mar to Miss Mattye R Bean Rev G J Bean was the officiating clergyman James M DeWeese was the grooms man arid Miss Murrlel Gregory 7 of Cloverport the brides maid Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom repaired to the brides home where a splendid dinner was served to them and their Immediate friends and relatives Dr Dufi Is a young man of character and attainments He taught sue cessfully In the public schools of the county for a number of years gradated from Hartford College with credit and was given the degree of of Medicine by the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville In July No young man In the county more universally esteemed by those who know him He has entered up on his chosen profession environed by everything calculated to make him contented and sofcessful while before spread out possibilities hardly circumscribed by the reasonable cal culation of the imagination Miss Bean Is the daughter of W R Bean She Is very pretty and a musician of much accomplishment She noted for her uniformally kind and courteous demeanor and Is a general favorite In the community in which- she lives Mr and Mrs Duff will be at home Sulphur Springs Monday Tins REPUBLICAN wishes to extend congratulation to these popular young people and to the excellent families which they represent and re joice with them In the consummation- of loves dream SMALLHOUS Aug 2SQulte a lnrc crowd met Equality last Sunday to be present Bryans View of Platform- I I shall not misrepresent the situ noon or ask for votes for the ticket upon false grounds A victory will mean van little itx progress on economic qu floes lone as the party Is under the en tiol of the Wall Street dement I e The labor planka prepared bv Jud Parkers friends on the subcommit meaninglessd oliJudge Parker virtually nulliii s the antitrust plank w Iat uli folks day but the piston Rtv I D Boggessof B IIVI Dim fII Pe Itu corns Rev Joshua Miller tilled the appointment i ilies James Bcriett OWl nshorn IIW1S the guest ot her father Mr V H Fulkerson SundayiMIfS Minnie Mclntlre Hnrtford a t i tended church at Kquality Sunday Miss Nellie Tlchuiur Ashfoy WHS our midst Sunday I11r and Mrs P L Wood and chI IeIren Ctmlvo were in our midst Sun cay Mrs Mary Rowe and dnughte Miss Nina Centertown were tht guests of her brother Mr K V Smith Sunday Ms Sue Morton is the guest ofrt atives near Greenvile Mr Sam E vinjis the truest of Mr John Wilhrow Miss Tressle IJwing SJuth Carrot andalnlu Withrow schoolenear Liberty church spent Satur hand Sunday here the guests of his Tayto caws Mrs Clellan Withrow and Ch 1 dren Nelson Creek were the guests ot her parents Mr and Mrs Wn IAddlnton the later part of th week Mr Clarence Overhuls who is teaching near Matntzts came home Friday evening to attend church HI EqualItyA needed rain fell Saturday and a good prospect tor more rain today Mr Oxen Hunter who is teaching our school attended the teachers ex amiration at Hnitlord Friday and returned home Saturday IMl5s Pearl Thomas Hartford a d Mr Otway Yates attended Old FolK I meeting at Equality Sunday The Premium list of the Ohio County Fair has been doubled this year This means some thing 4 I 150 Injinanafolisanj return ti150 Big Four Route Sunday August 2S Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville at S oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at oclock p m Get tickets at City Ticket Office 259 4th Ave and at Depot S J GATES GenI Agt Pass Dept iFor Sale Having sold my farm I wish to close out my stock and farming im plements Including two good two yearold mules one fine combined horse two first class milch cows and a fine Jersey bull also complete e set of farming implements of all kinds All will be sold at a bargain For further particulars call on meat my drug store Hartford Ky S3 Z WAYNIJ GRIFFIN Over 2000 will be given away in Premiums is at the Ohio County FairE this year See a catalogue ForNSale CheapGOne extra 2 years old bull also good cow and calf E P BARNARD a 413 Beaver Dam Ky f TbisI at roc Everything else in his line in propor tion St2 The Ohio County Fair Hartford Wednesday Sept 21 four days Elys Liquid Balm an old friend In a new form It Is prepared for the particular benefit of suffers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased TEE GEE E T M Fiirn1ItyIBegins Wednesday Sept 21 4 Days Specia1 Peatures Large Rurses LJiitisual Attractions uunAll the nnd of are in the new It does not dry up the = tube 75I At your or Ely 56 New It of A of the and of a New love III told by Mrs In the It The of the to to to will do well to see me tf Ky in 1 of of 7 a Ir and free It will be the best Fair of all Fairs You cant afford to miss it Get a 21 membranes healing soothing properties Crtam Palm retained preparation secretion Price Including spraying cents druggists Brothers Warren Street York willmail The Ohio County Fair will be the biggest Fair all Fairs this year story lights shadows Yotk match winningly Francis Willing Wharton September Lippincott called Deep Waters Dont fail see Ajax the famous highdiver the Ohio Fair this year He thrilling feat Notice Public Anyone having chairs bottom STEVEN HINTS Hartford FOR SALEAn unlimited the famous Massey BusinessI college Call dress The Republican AJAX The Champion head foremost hign diver the world will dive from the top an 80foot ladder into tank of water only four feet deep every day during the Fair Dont fail to witness the thrilling sight Women Children admitted first day Catalog Dont Forget Hartford Wednesday September County preforms Scholarship n iNOTIGE TO TAXPAYERS I 01 one ofmy deputies will be at the places named below on the dates mentioned for the purpose of collecting taxes lie there or send mon ey by someone ands to cost of being advertised Any person desiring to know the amount of their taxes in ad advance can communicate with me at Hartford by letter or telephone Magan August 29 Deanfield September 7 Narrows September 5 Ralph September 6 Herbert Au gust 26 FordsvllleEvery Saturday Rockport August 29 Ceralvo Au gust 30 Smallhous September 2 I Centertown September 3 Point Pleasant September 6 McHenry September 10 Olaton August 29 Baizetown September 2 Cromwell September 7 Roslne September 9 Wysox September 15 Horse Branch Every Saturday Shultztown Sept 10 Sulphur Springs August 30 Bells Rnn Sept 5 Buford Sept 7 Heflin September 9 Beck Septem ber 10I also be at my oflicoin Hartfordevery day to receive TaxesCAL P KKOWN S 0 0 n Can You Figure 200Given Away I ra TO CUSTOM KKS OK Carson Co HARTFORD KY casttoryearFornumber or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 SecondH 2500 Third H H 1000 tNextI200 11000 Total 20000 goodsboughtwill be given which will entitle the holder to one guess In this contestthe decision of the election com atFrankortNo ticket will he given out after 4 oclock on election day BeJ thebetterCARSON Co Incv 0 5 AAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAq vowQ + u u + u oaoa vQc + u uU h t FALL SHOES I t4 b1- 4c U- 4i Our entire line of ladies childrens hull5I 4malls FALL S1IO1CS is now in Never be tt 4 fore have we had a more satisfactory linebra 4 complete in every respect and at prices iUUI ZIi competition If you are interested IIibt 4 44 HONFSTSHOICSat LOW PRICKS obl= lull to make II 1 visit tt t4 U IR I4 Por Ladies U Illatl11I4i for tt 44 stylI anti durability After eighteen years ofN W- Vpcrionec44 with these Shoos we can without hesitancy t 41 U 44 recommend them as the heat Shoes offered for the J h1 + 43 price Come and See them You ciin hardly fail iy 4to find a satisfactory 1firbiFi i it bib U 4 POt Children U It ti11e handle the celebrated C it 1C Shoes recog rt J nixed everywhere as the Itt School Shoes on earth bfy 4i Dont buv Shoes with pape1Iintlr5 and insoles lit i 4 when you fall get it E Shoes for the same money J 4 and have the satisfaction of knowing that they are j Ij thoroughly reliable in every respect ISure and jjj 41Irot 4i our prices berore buying Shoes bit 41 I41 41 For MelibitI The Victor line ome in Patent Kid Vici bus of tfn43a Welt pair instead lont he put off with any kind of j 44 Shoes Much depends upon your legit butiinsure t comfort bv wearing the Victor l ii4 4bargains eyery day in Dry roods Clothing La fc 4 lips and dents Furnishings We solicit our pat y ronaiie Our motto is UNDKmuY ItsIRsE11U41 uN j TRADE AT The Bargain Center fi fifi tt fi41 41 Hartford Republican FRIDAY A sI illinois Central RallroadTlme Table North Monad Month liimiul So II duo 4 n in No 181 iliii lini M m No 102 luOIIII No 101 line 2l I in No 122 due 1250 p m No 131 liHHtip m I 1 Fresh fish at City Restaurant Ballards best Flour at Cnrson r t COB A nice lot of Country Hams at Car son Cos- Economy Store lor NoveltiesNew Puraee Lace Stocks latest In Belts Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat For Boys Clothing see our line ECONOMY STORE Hartford Mill Co Is making best Flour now and will pay 100 per bushel for good wheat IIHartford Mill Co keeps a full line of Building Material ou hand at lowest prices Come and see Bring along your wheat Wt had one lady to send all the way from Texasa distance of 700 milesfor a bundle of our Remnant Calico This speaks for itself CARSON Co Special Coach Excursions to St Louis Mo August 2nd 9th 13thi 16th 23rd and joth 735 for round trip Limited 7 days for return Tickets not good in sleeping cars AgtpY ICity Restaurants Ice Cream IB simply fine Try it IH M Royal Fordsvllle made us a call Tuesday Rev T J Acton Sulphur Springs called to see us while in town Friday City Restaurantmost uptodate place in Hartford Call and see Birch Hodges Beaver Dam called to see us Monday Bring your Chickens Feathers and Eggs to Carson Co J B Blankenship Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Monday Best fencing wire at T J TUrleyl Cos at 215 per hundred days only 6t2 For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurant New lot of boys and childrens Suits and Odd Pants just received ECONOMY STORE Best fencing wire at T J Turley Cos at215 per hundred for 15 days only 6ta We buy Ginseng and herbs TILE BROWN MERCANTILE CO- Render Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf We have put all of our colored thin Dress Goods into three lots The price on these goods will be 40 toe and 15c This is your chance to se cure thin goods at low prices CARSON Co ESTRAYED One bay mare about 15 hands high blind in right eye shod all round Has been gone three weeks Any information leading to her whereabouts will be liberally rewarded JAMES WILSON SR tf Echols Ky t aM F J Jenny Matar zas called to see us Tuesday J E Mitchell Olatou called to see us Wednesday T T Dun Hizibethtiwn ailed to see us Wednesday Ham Maddox Ornlvo win a pleas ant calla Wertne d v Willie Maddoxol Nuilcl + McLean county cald to see is Monday Mr and Mrs John T Moore are at tending tht Wcrdfi Fair this week J B fit fencing wire at T J Turley Ci s Itl X215 per hundred lor 15 days only 62 WANTED A good reliable i6 hand high gray horse heavy btrlt tI A C TAYLOR Mr W H Grins hits resigned Its position with the druggist K Wayne Griffin Hedt fencing wire fit T J Turley Cos at 2 15 per hundred lor 15 days only 62 Commonwealths Attorney B D Klngo Is attending the Dwusi Cir cuit Courc Mr Sara Path returned Sunday rum a weeks shopping in Eastern market TMr J E Piitle and lamily ol Ver sailles are the guests ot relatives in and near Hartlord Z L Mauy Port Arthur Texos is the gufsts of his farents Mr and Mrs Wm Mauzy Miss Marie Graves returned to her home at Perry Oklahoma Saturday after an extended visit here Mrs Dalla Galloway Earllngton Is visiting Mrs C M Barnett Hart ford and Mrs J A Bennett Beda Edward Pin Ie Rosine called to see us while in town Friday lIe told us that he had not been to Hartford before in ten years Mr J T Smith Select was a very pleasjnt caller Monday He had his name eat red on our subscribers list paid a yiar in advance Mr T J Smith has purchased of J B Dodson the livery stable on Center street where Mr L T Barnard hat been keeping for the past year Mr F M Felix died at his home near Olaton last Saturday His re mains were laid to rest in the family burying ground Sunday afternoon An entertainmentand Icecream sup er will bs given at Schroader School house Saturday afternoon and night September 3 for the benefit of a dls tract library fnnd To my friends and former patrons Having ic a measnrer regained my health I am again in the practice of medicine at Rockport Ky- Truly Yours J D MADDOX L P Whittaker was arraigned in Judge Millers court Monday charged with assaulting the fifteenyearold daughter ofjohn King who lives near Pleasant Ridge with Intent to commit rape He walvd examining trial and was held to wait the action of the November grand Jury All who have friends and relatives burled at the Milton Taylor grave yard are requested to meet there at noon Saturday September the 3rd to clean oft the graveyard and fix up tile fallen tomb stones also look after the repairing or making of a fence MRS FORRESTER A thrilling wartime story is told in the September McClures by Rob ert Alexander Wason which he calls Babe Randolphs Turningpoint The birth of the young Virginians manhood his heroism and sacrifice make a dramatic narrative of which the author makes the most A M Acton one of the countys most promising young men who has been attending Valparaiso school of Pharmacy for the past two years received his certificate of graduation from that institution at the commence ment held August ii He Immediately accepted a position with a leading Chicago Pharmist The public school in District No 119 Rough River opened Monday The district was created in January and the patrons by private donation have completed and furnished a splen did new building without a cent of indebtedness This is a forceful Il lustration of what a united commu nity can do in the way of public enterprise The trustees Messrs C R Stevens and J M Boyd are to be congratulated for the success of their undertaking I J L Liles Rosine was a pleasant caller yesterday Logan Smith Wysox was a pleasant caller yesterday Harvey Thompson Sturgis is the guest of relatives here Miss Lizzie Sttndcilur who has been ill of typhoid fever lor some time is much improved John B bttitei returned to Louis ville last Friday after a weeks visit to his family here u Mr and Mrs W H Her and fami ly of Champaign Ill are visiting rel atives and friends in and near Hart I ford Miss Minnie Mcintire returned Monday from a two weeks v isit to friends and relatives at Ceralvo and Rockport Miss Grade Hous a tamed nurse from Owenbboro waiting ui on Iu 011typhoidMs J M Rogers ol the Lib rl1 neighborhood tell one day last week and broke her hip She was report ed to bi getting along as weil as could be expected when last heard from Commencing Sept 15th one way colonist and class ticket will be soul Beaver Dam to San Francisco Cal and other California points taking same rate for 35 15 S B VAN METER Agt Emmett Barnett the youngest son of Mr and Mrs J L Barnett former ly of this place died at the residence of his parents at Foreman Ark last Sunday night ol conga stion of the brain The family has the sympathy of a large circle of relatives and friends Jesse Beard and Louis Barrett two colored men ol Haytf were tried in Judge Millers court Monday and Tuesday charged with breach of the peace and carrying concealed deadly weapons Jesse WPS lound guilty and fined 10 and sentenced to ten days In jail Louis was found not guilty The Maccabee service at No Creek last Sunday waslargely attended Rev J W Cantrill delivered a lecture in support of the order in the forenoon and Dr E B Pendleton entertained the crowd in the afternoon by an in teresting and instructive address A sumptous basket dinner was served by the good people of No Creek and Maccabees J J Read Co of Paducah were Wednesday awarded the contract for digging the public ditch north of Hartford mention of which appeared in THE REPUBLICAN some time ago The contract price is 13cents per cu blcyard andwlll and amount to someth- Ing near 2 500 G A Shelton a member of the company will be foreman of the work which will begin next week Mrs S K Cox and daughter Miss Fannie Mrs Sarah Collins Smith Miss Maggie Mat ks Mrs Liza Con ner Misses Bernice and Lillie Miller Prof E W Patterson Mr S T Stevens and family Mr S A Ander son wife and daughter Miss Mary Mrs W T Woodward Miss Flossie Woodward and Misses Florence and Bessie Morton left the first of the week for the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs S E Duke were very agreeably surprised Monday by the proffer of a dinner in honor of Mrs Dukes 52nd birthday Those com prizing the surprise party were Messrs Warren Hipsley and wife Geo Stevens and wife W N Mad dox wife and children Nuckols Mansfield Hipsley and son Liver more Wm Brown and wife Btaver Dam Mrs Danla Miller Beds Miss MattleLuce Mrs E J Hudson Mr James Hudson and son Mrs A L Hudson and son Hartford rCoach Eexcursions Worlds Fair On Sept 6 8 13 15 20 22 27 and 29th coach excursion tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to St Louis and returned at rate of 735 limited to 7 days for return These tickets not good In sleeping cars S B VAN METER Agt Liver and Kidneys It Is highly Important that these organs should properly perform their functions 1 When they dont what lameness of tho olds and back what yellowness of the skin whatconstipation bad tasto In the mouth sick headache pimples and blotches and loss of courage tell the story v The great alterative and to- nicHoodsSarsaparilla Gives these organs vigor and tone for the proper performance of their functions and cures all their ordinary ailments Take it Special Bargains tfor Augustu unnC 41Ve metal to make the month of August one of the greatest bargain months over given by us during our several years of business In order to reduce to its lowert limit our summer Stockro that ve can fallGL1st we place upon our bargain counters and ofler special val 4s ties in Summer Clothing Dress roods and all other thin goods such as Organdies Dimities Lawns Foulard Silk Etc Straw Hats for 4r gents lout children Lowcut Shoes for men ladies and children also i4s many other things too numerous to mention IDont fail to visit us in this month You cant 4i + aflbrd to miss the rare values w- eo11uroBring along your Produce of allj kinds and get highest market price for same and carry home double the value in merchandise that oth ers would pay you for them Thanking you for your liberal patronage of the past season and 5 hoping to merit a continuance of the same we 2 are always Yours for business S J TICHENOrUc McHenry KytJ t2 Subscribe For The Republican SomethingVery I have just returned from the Eastern markets bringing with me an elegant stock of new Goods It will be to your interest to call and examine this stock before purchasing elsewhere It com prises the very latest things in Clothing Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods and Shoes I have put the price away down so that they will go quick Dont fail to drop in for I will certainly make it profitable for you to deal with me f Yours for trade SAM BACH HARTFORD I GOLD IN OKlAHOMAI Treasur Hunters Searc for Buried Wealth Told of In Legends But no One Has Yet Been Able to Dis cover Any of It Oklahoma for so many years tt home of the outlaw and de tttrad has her stories of burled leasu which rival in magnitude the tales of wealth buried aong the Atlantic coast by Capt Kidd and other rava gers of the Spanish main Ever now and then men with modern blu prints or well thumbed maps appear in an otherwise peaceful community and by mysterious signs convey thei information that they have come to neck the buried treasure of fhbalous wealthOne of the best of these stories which many credited is that dealing with the Tres PieIras gold How much there is supposed to have been has long since been lost in obscurity for it is a legend handed down by the Catholic priests in Old Mexico It is oiten told how these men have kep the knowledge to themselves until by chance it was revealed to a stranger who taking up the thread las fol lowed It through and found the burial lace The story is only partly fan ciful for it is beyond question tha men have at various times gone to Beaver countythe No Mans Land of the early historyand there saught the Castmans wealth According to the legend a Spanish column in search of Eldoialo traversed the plains to the northeast o Mexico At a distance of every tenor fifteen miles they set guide posts of stone Inscribed with the letter V Whf n near what ris now Garrett in Beaver county it was decided to bury the treasure which Is supposed t have been enormous The remain Ing guide pests were so planted at a distance of half a mile apart that th apex of each V pointed to a spot in the center of the circle They continued their journey but were massacred by a band of Indians Only one was able to return to Mexico where he soon after died from exposure be fore he could do mere than give the incomplete directions needed- It is related that an tflort was made to follow the train but it was lost near Santa Fe and the search was given up Recently Mitchael Ryan an Irishman who bas lived his life among the Mexicans was found digging in a basin between Cimarron end Corrumpa rivers He admitted to the sheriff of the county who found him at his work that he had discov ered guide posts and found the circu liar ring described in the legend Whutsiucesjnerad is not known but he left one day and his never net been seen in the vicinity All the gold reported to be burled however ia not in the western part of the territory for as the story goes there is 100000 in gold dust buried on the farm of Joe Boubnger in the Osage Nation near Pawhuska A Sweet Breath Is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is I no remedy in the world equal to Ko tol Dyspepsia Cure for curiug iudiI aCdtiou dyspepsia andall stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky write 11 Ir it been a dyspeptic for year rie all kinds of remedies but con tntied to grow worse By the use t Kodol i began to improve fit once end after taking a few bottles am miy restored in weight health andI jtrcijgtli and can eat whatever I I Kodol digests what you eat aud Crakes the stomach sweet Sold by f Wayne Griffin iV Bro m Two Centuries of the American Press In addition to its other distinctions tho year 194 marks the completion- f two centuries since the first Amer ran newspaper was started That paper was the Boston News Letter whose publisher and editor teas the Postmaster of that town Although t u2 Jews Letter consisted of a sheet of only seven inches by ten tad a lull printed on both sides it was j the only paper that Englands colon uiea in the New World had for over a cLcace and a half Philadelphia got the second paper established in Amer lea and New York got the third Allt these were technically weeklies but often In the early days there were in i c tervals of two or three weeks between their successive appearances The first daily paper in the Ne Adh After nearly a century had elapsed since the first newspaper appeared on this continentor in iSoo there were only fifteen dallies salt 191 weeklies In the United States The contrast between those days and today is sulking There are periodicastoof sortse w oetrl weeklies monthlies and quarterlies published in the United States in 1904 of which about 1400 are dull its and 16000 weeklies Any one of pae i pa pers published in the united States in 1804 Many newspapers are In the country today which have scored more than a century of years The Hart ford Courant dates back to 1764 the Philadelphia North American made its first appearance in 1771 while the Baltimore American was established In 1873 the Pittsburg Gazette the oldest newspaper west of the Alle gnenics In 1786 the New York Globes and Commercial Advertiser in 1797 the New York Evening Pest in 1801 the Charleston News and Courier the oldest of the Souths newspapers i 1803 and others which have passed the looyear mock escape our memo iilust paper I Leslies Weekly which was estab in 1855 A weekly paper in Phila delphia the Saturday Evening Post claims to date back from 1728 Hows This- f We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo We the undersigned have known r for the last 15 honorableoin all business transactions and finan obligae tions made by his firm Walding Kmnan t1 Marvin wholesale drug gists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Household Helps- A lump of camphor in your wardrobe will keep steel buttons and or naments from tarnishing St ap and candles are both Improved by keeping Cut the large bars of soap into pieces to dry The pieces go further and are also better to keep Store In a dry place Just a squeeze of lemon juice added to sauces soups gravies or stews af ter cooking brings out the flavor wonderfully and is a great improvement To remove the discoloration caused be p acing a hot dish on a polished wcod table rub with wood alcohol and then with linseed oil Enameled ware that has become burned or discolored may be cleaned by rubbing with a paste made ofccarse salt and vinegar Never go from a warm atmosphere into a cooler one without keeping the mouth closed so that the air may be warmed in its passage through the nose before it reaches the lungs A Summer Cold A summer cold is not only annoy ing but if not relieved Pneumonia will be the probable result by Fall One Minute Cough Cure clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals soothes and strengthens the un gs and bronchial tubes One Minute Cough Cure is an idealreme dy for the children It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A certain cure for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro I- nC1Af3TORYABear theThe Kind You Have Always BcughJ 6igaalnrof d SHERIFFS SRLE The Couimonwealth of Kentucky- to the sheriff of Ohio county greet- Ing We command you that you expose to site the estate of J H Mor ris the following described property wit One tract or parcel of land bounded as follows On the north by the Illinois Central railroad on the east by the J M ITilford farm oJ the south by the tract ol land bough JTIIwford on the west by the lands of Ben Kelly The land levied on being the same bought by defendant front orieon Foster and containing 6 acresmore or less which according tour com ands you have taken into your hands and which still remains in your bands unsold as you have certi fied to the Judge of our Ohio Circuit Court to satisfy G D Autry for the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents with interest thereon at the rate n- six per centum per annum froth the nth day of May 192 unpaid Al theIhis costs in that bshaf expended j whereof G D Autry hath recovered execution against the said J H Mor Iris by virtue of a transcript from G Martins justice court to the Ohio I Circuit court and that you have the said sums of money before the Judge 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 have then and there this writ Witness It G Barrass clErk ofi our said Court at the court house ryesf ClelknBy F L SANDRRFUR D C Pursuant to the above order I will oiler for sale the abavs described property at the court house door in Hartford 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 thereof as is necessary to produce the sum requiredTERMS OF sALEThree months with approved security CAY P KKOWX S O C By S 0 KIOWN D S I find nothing better for liver de rangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsL F AudrewsDes Monies Iowa For sale by all Drugg- istsCABTdRTA n Bean theThe Kind YOJ Hate Always Bought Signature lIdAJIZof Pointed Paragraphs Society is human nature on dress paradeA flatters with her eyes a man with his tongue Many a homely woman has the face to pose as a work of art The circle in which most of us move is but a scant halfmile track Even when the worm does tutu it doesnt create very much excite mentIts a pity we cant insure our pipe dreams before they go up in smokeDid you ever see si newspaper po trait of a man who was in politics for healthA man is always telling you how charitable he would be If he had the price- A mans clothes are less apt to mal e him than his wifes dressmaker are to break him Its easy fcr an editor to drop into poetry all he has to do is to sit down in his waste basket Over 300 umbrellas were found in the room of a St Louis crook He believed in laying up something for a rainy day ems HorsesI there are some places in Europe where women are regularly plowed instead of horss That woman was never in tended for this kind of work has long been admitted in all civilized coun tries but simply because a woman is seen drawing a plow it would bs rash to infer that she is necessarily work ing very hard The plow is not cut ting a deep furrow but is merely scratching the ground and as it is very light the woman draws it after her with ease There are certain wild districts where the work is much harder but even there the women do It patiently and never utter a word of complaint The reason why women take the place of horses is not because the men are callous or lazy but because horses are prized very highly and their owners never dream 01t working them for more than a hours each day If deep furrows havet to be cut through a field the does It but lighter tasks he disdains and the woman takes his place as a matter of course enteri WORSHIP UNCLOTHED South American Indians Have Queer Ritual Which Includes English Alphabet The British Commissioners who have ben In the Interior for the dew arcatton of the boundary between strangetcom missioners found Klag Jeremiah had conductedfa a attended by all the Indians In the viI cinity Jeremiah In his capacity of Priest robed himself in some ancient European garments and took up his buildIknelt devoutly The men occupied one side of the church and the worn en and children the other The won shlpers unlike their priest were entirely unclothed The services con stated in counting from one to ten and saying the alphabet in English each andrthen repeated by the congregation 1Both having been done through ten times the priest ran through a lot of names among which Jesus Christ and God frequently occurred the congregation I reverently repeating these also Jeremiah cannot read or write aud teaches the people nothing more than this curious ritual but evidently he has considerable authority over his people which he weilds for good He posses three wives many chil dren and three or four houses In dif ferent parts of the country I DoWltt Is the NamaIWhen you go to buy Witch Hazel I Salve look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve due to its ninny cuies has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the marI ketoThe genuine hears the name E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m j M Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts i Best reached via the Missouri Pal cific Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip j Coirespondingly low rates front all points Tickets on sale daily until September 30 return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop over with i diverse routes Three last trains dalI ly from St Louis elegant equipment I For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A 301 Norton Bldg Louisville KRoomI Three Hundred Buffalo in a Herd i in Montana i There are several herds of Buffalo in America but all of them combined j wouldnot equal in size the Allerd herd of the Flathead reservation in Montana The herd sprang from two buffalo calves captured twenty years ago by an Indian Charles Allerd one of the leading I braves of the reservation took the calves and capturing a few others started out with a herd of five It was his intention to fatten them like I beeves and use them when hunting was poor Maj Peter Romanat that time Indian agent at the reservation suggested to Allerd that It might be a good idea to breed the buffalo as the animals were becoming scarce in that territory The herd now numbers 300 and is valued at 50000 Allerd has given but little attention to his buffalo They have made little attempt to leave the little valley of the Flathead where they have been pastured Mountain walls easily barred any such inclination and the Indians along the various passes have taken care to see that Cbarley Allerds herd did not escape Allerd did not realize that he was a wealthy manc until one day he was offered 200 for one of his herd by a circus agent Parts of the herd have been exhibited all over the United States They were one of the great attractions of Worlds Fair in Chicago Just before Allerd died he calledon the man who had suggested the buf falo breeding idea and gave him a present of 500 Two halfbreed sons survive the old Indian When they need money they kill the oldest buf falo In the herd and sell it to Butte butchers The hide brings sooJ t u and the meat also sells for another 500The meat finds ready sale it Butte at i a pound Wealthy miners and others pay from 10 to 12 for the choicest cuts and Invite their friends In for a buffalo dinner No Substitute Offered Say what you will about druggists oll ring something just as good because it pays a bolter profit the filet still 8tnins tliHi ninetynine out of a hundred druggists recommend Cham bcrlaind Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when the heiSt remedy for diarrhoea is asked for at d do Illt because they know it is the I ne remedy that can always be depended up on even in the most severe foul tan gerous cases Sold by all drug gists in Minister Wus Sebuke Mr Wu former Chinese Minister noted for his sharp wit and ready repartee was on one occasion honor ed by a visit from a delegation of wo men Interested in the cause of foreign missions From the Minister they desired sonic complimentery remarks in reference to the Indebtedness which China owed the efforts of the mission aries The Ambassador was reluct ant to give credit to the foreigners asserting that Chinas progress was due to Chinese effort and t atrintism Said one of the ladles Why dont you relieve your wo men Irom the cruelty of tight shoe Because answered the Embnssa dor resentfully a small shoe Is pre ferable to a small WRist and it is easier to keep such a loot out of the affairs of other people CO YEARS- GEMPERIENCE TRADE MARKS t DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrnneendlna A blth maid description nor quickly ascertain our opinion thew ether An Intention H probably Intahl umntunlra lionHANDBOOK onlMrnU lent tree t Idettency fur rrunfRtrntai- atrnt taken throurh Jluuu t to receive trllll noflcr without charge In the Scientific American- A h nd omelr lIIulralll wixjklr Jarent lr dilution of nj nclenilOc Journal 13 a roar fourmimthi fL tMa brail nrwuilraler MUNNCo36 New York Uranch unite 3S tit Wuhluictun U Co u TEVENSI I j r I I DOWNYULiUOur Iln of G I Shotgunsis mailedfreeAll dealers liiinllo tile BTKVKNS L There are nothing but Pulls Eyes in our attractive i lorthll I wjerJ IP r Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah and the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CartELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE VlaMEMfMSiHflliilTinillSARXA DMIW DAILY SERVICE ctELECTfllCfor Firtt r lnttnniHen Adnrtlilnf Mitlir Etc Miku R T G MATTH EWS Tray Pala All Room 202 Eqiltibli Bdf 10UIITIUE Kf C TOWN9CND 0 P4 T any ST LOUIS I Mountain Lake Park IONCRHSTOKTHK rv wl a+ A LECHERY MOUNTAINS Tlie Iopulm Hiiitntici I OMUft of the liUMt Ghailtiilqila mEEting AUGUST 2nd to 30th B 0 SWJw 1 w WILL SELL EXCURSION TICKETS AT Very Low Rates Good Going August i to 29 Inclusive Good returning to and including Sept yh 194 Vestibuled Trains daily to Park Pullman Draw 3Sollel Sleepers observation Cars Coaches with hick seats and excellent Car Service For Purtlicr Particular Consult Audit I rII305WItR or mlilrcHH t P f1cC1121Vfcw IS + nrt rlttt tnrlanatl I U H IJUOWtS P f 1 IHllrlll Gr I FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad RepublicanI Nothing has ever equalled it I Nothing can ever surpass It DrKingsNew For CN1II1TIO Pete 50c A SIlO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It Uili Trial Oottlti free Fs3O ajJSU13Lie hliTIIIBARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAItl FOKIt KY rugrtOldtd Ii SiHNliiliittHitlon ulvfiito all bubrentrtlwltUt- iutrrnr n llii tliusnndtlvlnrttuofrim IiItFRANKL FELIX Attorney at Law IIIUtTUIeI KY Hill pr tin In pr iVn in ntilu ANdMd Jolnlimriumtv nod in itonrt of Ippwd+ IllIllrICHAS M CROWE LAWYER HAinroim KY 0 i1- L1 Will pniitlmi din prnfoftlnn In nil the court + of nlili and iiOj lnluu countliM and In the Tour of Apii Hl spwinl alt ntlon uirwii If orlinliml prirtlivnml to rnll Mtlon+ iitli corner Slur talIJNO B WILSON LAWISpecial it tuition when to rnllirtlonnmiiklnK JItyh IH R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAKTFORD KY VIII priirtli win tin Stntf nod IViknil CoiirtH lulbrtlunpnnnptllino county alherotettIdurllrtyllunk MI HKAVUIN EI xis1 XVOOinVA IIP HEAVRIN WOODWARD C io flCl 3 ciI- IAnrrOnu ctarn rllllrnrtI tlielr profKoti In nil tlinlourMof Ohio county ami Court of ppinlH SIM nllllollltlnnlt t W H BARNES Attorney at LawAND ATTOUXKYIlAiiTinnii ClIurtMOhln tohulnesspeil Ity iiiip IniourtlioiiHe YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Will priictlce his profiwHlon In sill tho 1anrts lit oflnppenlsOlllce over Klr tXntoiml llnnk tit 9 e I RHEUMATISManl lured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be cheer fullyrefunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c I w ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky DoYouTakfQuiniiH Lltsmalaria 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim q Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well lulmlt it will euro malaria but it leaves almost deadly after cf- ToctaHERBINE Is purely vce tablo mid absolutely gtarantOu to curo malaria sick liradudic biliousness and all stomach kidney und liver complaints TRY IT TODAY SO Cents a Bottle All Druggists j For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES THK RKIHMILICAX und Louisville Herald 125 Tin RKPUHUCAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 TIII RKPITHLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIII RKPUHLUAX and Now York Tribune 125 TIII RiciunLUAN and Thricea Week World 105 Tllg lIlt ltlItN and YellowJacket 125 TIII RKPIHUCAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIII RKPiHLicAN and Home and Farm 125 Tim RKitjJLirAv and Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 AL OUT IN CALIFORNIA11e- Iriennial Conclave of Knights Templar will be held in the early fall Thousands are going Its a I good time There is no doubt but that all good Amer icans desire to see the Golden State some time Heres an opportunity Js 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 Grent Southwest Via St Louis anti the new limo to Kansas City and Colorado Via Kansas City and Colorado Tickets on Sale AUg5ta Sept 10 Rates from your home town on request Geo H Lee McGuire aeu 1as tgntll IIIt lAo+ t nt- LhI hark Ark ritulimiitl II iff A 3f Constipation makes biliousness bad complexions Then Wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by taking F ON5liYJILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gentlyassist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep they 4 Roses in Your Cheeks jXVeQeef4x1 all dealers g oneci R Cog loUt ParioIa 3 The Modern tonica dose before each meal will make you feel strong and well PAN o LA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh ol the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys La Grippe And general debility Made by the LIETCHIIELD PHAR sMACAL Co Inc For Pale by i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1 117X111111111 11 7S I I ME AT BULL RUN Great Mimic Warfare to b Fought out Three Thirty thousand Regular Troops and Militia are to Maneuver at Historic Battle Ground The roar of the cannon and musket ry din and clash ol battle the hravy tramp of marching armies and the thunder of the hoolbeats of the dash ing cavalery which over 4 J years ago shook the hills aud the valleys of Virginia is soon again to be heard upon the historic battlefield of Bu 1 Run It was here that the first great battle of the civil war was fought and it is here that the greatest army ma neuvers which has ever been at tempted in this country In times of peace will be carried out The battle ol Bull Run or battle of Manssas S- It is referred to in the south is to be fought over again There will be no bloody carriages to be sure such as marked the desperate conflict between the blue and the gray and the feat ures of gallant charges and desperate assault will be lacking owing to the improve engines of war but the maneuvering of 30000 troops which will be present will be something more than military display Nw problems of warfare which bve arisen with the advent of the snail bore highpowered magazine arm the deadly machina gun atd the paw eaful long ranged seige gun will be worked out The 30000 troops for the regular army and militia organiziriors will come from almost every state in the union east of the Mississippi river and great benefits to both the regttar establishment and the militia organi zations are expected to result from the operations The atual man uv era will last from September 5 to Stop tember 10 but the great part of mill tia win be on the grounds before the former date and will remain iome time after the last or the last of the ham engagements have been fought and the set problems of mimic warfare have been satisfactory solved 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 alter taking three domes of it was entirely cured consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints For eale by all drug gists in 5550 To California And Return 5550 Via Big Four Route On sale August isth to April 9 b Louisville Commandery Knights Templar Special train leaves Louis ville August 234 Rate open to the public Send for Itinerary giving full particulars S J GATHS Genl Agt Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting ot the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office In Chicago III on Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will bs issued to etch holder of one or more shares l i the capital stock of the Illinois Cen teal Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company at the close of business on Tuesday Septem ber 27 1904 who is of full age a picket enabling him or her to travel I free over the Companys lines from I the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the I journey to Chicago only during four days immediately preceding audI the day of the meeting and for return journey from Chicago only on I the day of the meeting and the four j days Immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is toss mery Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered fs above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chica go Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given in his or her Ceitificrtte of Stock together with the number and date ol such certificate No more than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the Company H A HACKSTAEI Secy Sick Headache For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe charac ter She doctored with severalemi nent physicians and at a great expense only to grow woree until she vas unable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver sTablets and today weighs more that be ever did befoiejand is realwell saps Mr Geo E right of New London New York For eale by all druggists OASTOElJBean thehis Kind You Hats Always Bond SIgnature 1Itfof An Insoluble Mystery Gov Pennypacker ot Pennsylva nla was reviewing the State militia at Gettysburg A young staff officer described to him in a low voice s me unimportant error that had ben made But as to the cause of the error sir he tad that is a mystery GwV Penny packer smiled If it is a mystery he stldtilt Is like the pickled pork disaster that be fill two Pennsylvania Dutchmen Hans and Fritz These two men bought a lot of pickled pork in partnership They put it in H barrel and stored it away in the cellar of Hans home Now Hans though a Pennyslvana Dutch man was dishonest The combina tlon is rare Well the morning alter the deal m pkked pork Fri z met Hans on the road Goodmorning Hans he raid Is there any news about our pickled pork Ii Fritz Hans answered gravely there is news and bad news A strange thing has happened It is a mystery to me Well Hans tell me all about it Laid Friz Ie Friz my friend was like this said Hans This morning I went down cellar to get a piece of pork for my breakfast and I put my band down in the barrel and T felt around in the brine and there was no pork there It was all goneall gone completely So then I turned up the barrel and as true as you are alive the rats ran eaten a hole clean through the bottom and dragged the pork all out Fritz was amazed and stunned Why didnt the brine run out of the hole he asked Ah Fritz said the other thats the mystery Thats the mystery riEscaped an Awful Fate ins of Melbourne I Fla writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up trite o The offer of a free trial bottle jolDr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it I Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It sure- lyj saved my life This great cure in guaranteed for all throat arid lung BroI CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71jof I The Nameless Girls of Korea Girls in Korea have ro names cr what would be considered names in the Western world There are no Marys or Mabels or Ruths The little ones are given a pet name at their birth and this they bear until lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use they are ten years old after which time it is no longer used Alter her tenth birthday the young woman is known as Mr Kims daughter orhies Kims girl baby The litter title is considered the more honorable If there are several daugh ters In the family they are distinguished by such words as big for the eldest second third fourth etc Alter marriage they are known by their husbands name and title with the word house affixed They may also be distinguished by the name of the place from which they came when marrying as Mrs of the House of Kim the young lady who came from Kong Jo Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DlgMte what you eat RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind The 5 cvii t packet lecnottKli for UHimloccni loiiM Tliefiimlly battle IGO cents cuntulim UHiipjily or n yeartll drugKlnti Ml them Where the Benefit Goes No ni Burnt children dread th fire and Democratic tape about a robber Tariff in this year 19 4 will not win intelligent vote The people everywhere have learned tram sad experience the truth of the statement ofJames G Blaine The benefit of Protection goes first and last to the men who tarn thClr bread by the sweat of their faces Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on tale daily Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo ColHt rate oi 3540 Limited to Oct 31st for re turn S B VAN METER Agt DeWltts H=er Salve for Pile Burns Sores No Need to Marry Hrooklyn Kadej Miss Matilda Nitman frankly ad mits that she is an old maid and means to remain an old maid to the end of the chapter- A friend recently asked her why she did not marry Why sboud n Miss Nitman answered I have a dog that growls and a parrot that swears and a cat that stay out nights We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business Col lege If you are going to school call on or address theRepublican forSchol- arship Tinkers and Pluggers The Democratic party including Bryan admits defeat until the next campaign on the issue of honest mon eYeSo it is proposed to fight this year on the issue of the Tariff For elcht years the Democtatic party hes taught the honesty nl the honesty laborers wais No the fight Is against the sufficiency 11ft the labores worse The people re isted successfully in 1896 and in 19 to the fiftycent dollAr in the pay ei vtlope and will resist BS success fully halt time in the works of Indus tryThe Republican party and Its can didate represent steady employment at American wages That party and its candidate will be victorious over the Taritt tinkers as over the dollar plungers The Repair Bill JonesYou say theyre poor Why they have the finest automobile in townJohnsonThats what makes them poor How He Lived BlnksI dont see how jack Spen der lives as well as he does Jinks He lives on his surplus Binks What surplus JinksWell his income is i ooo and his expenses giSoo He lives on the surplus Sjo Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache Lo ttSi DYEnm Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Iuenr ornted 1P Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for goo l service and gentlemanly competition B PI HOWLIN Many Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance WlI cm TIt Oho County ClrcultCuurtTF Illrkheml Judge lien D IClDRiiAttoriicy 111 Black Jailer Ed a Barr Clerk Frank Icllx Master Com mUkloner Y I Motilvy Trustee Jury FuudCa DeputySherltt0eCluipiice Keown Jo H Roberts Sam Kroini trCU rtfon enCH ftttt Mon day In March and August fwd continues three weektiaui third Monday hi Mny and Xovemlwr two weeks County Courtt P Miller Judge M SlIng and Clerk W II DarneH Attorney Hartford 5TCourt convenes tint Monday In each month Quarterly Court lleglna on the third Monday In April July October and Junnary Court of Claims Con vcnen duet Monday In Jai nary Tuesday after second Monday la OctoberAOther Utllcera I II Wood Surveyor Cerulvo Frank Lowe AKMexHor Redo tames DeNVeew School Superintendent Hartford lien L DUT Coroner Sulphur Sprl g- sJustices Courts11 F Hudson Heaver On in February 16 May lb Augnut il November 30 Ueo W Mnrtlu llaltetouu February li May 14 August 0 November 12 Juo M Uniliam Narrow February ss May i August yj November T A HVIIUN FordsvUlc January 1C May 7 August 27 November J1 Hicks lluford February 7 May J AUK ust IS November 7- W A Hone Ceutertown February p May 11 August 24 November I1 Wilcox liorkport February 80 Mny 6 August iG November 1- 4ZZartferd Felice Court Jno II WIUou Judge C K Smith City At torney S i llartiett Marshal Court con vene second Monday In encbtiion- thlielieiovasj Serviced M E Church South Servleeii third Sunday la each mouth at 11 u In and 7 p njand second Sunday at 711111 Prayer meeting every AVedoea Jay evening Rev UT Miller Pastor liaptUt Church Services held Saturday nigh before Heco nd Sunday Sunday and Sunday night wed fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev Jn UurllettIu8turCl Services Drat Sunday In each mouth at 11 oIOlInd 7 p m Itev J D liar oed pastor School Trustees Hartford Jos P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M Mocker JlI L Car son Jon C Illloy TowlIlruHthMlIow Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson dark Dr S J Wedding W S Tlusley A TnylorSecret Societies- A O U WPltl first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No C7C F A A Masons Grit Monday night In each month Hough Hirer LodpeNo liD Knights of Pythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Iost Soc 0 A n bold ttg ulanneetlngHSaturdnj before ft retSunduy In each month Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains sand Aches Dr Miles AntlJaln Pills aro for womenWomans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least jarring Inllucnce dad some ache or pain Is the result Tlio remedy is at hund Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They act mot marvellously on wom ans nervous organism und relieve and i cure the pains to which alto Is a martyr Headlight nuurulgluc pains monthly pains and all hinds of pains disappear as If a gentle hand had lightly soothed them away Dizziness Plush of mood to the head Toothache Backache aro all cured by thaso Little Comforters Cured without danger of disagreeable aftereffects cured quickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach or other internal organs Drt Miles ArtlIaln Pills please the women and tho children take them be cause they are easy to tuke Iud soothe all their sufferings For years I had spells of sick head IlgonlesIvisitingbroughtnumerous remedies without relief until I tried Dr Allies AntiPain Pills and iymptomsward off tho attack When I nm tired and nervous a 111 soothes meMRSSARAH WATK1NSON Blalrstown la Price 25c a box Never sold In bulk FREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Miles Anti RemedYtorSpecialist will diagnose your ten you what Is wrong and how to right It- Free DR M1IES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART UH ri S T 0kkSckSckkkkkkkk7kxiekS kiekkkgyelSxetel SeP ReB HE ss s e U s k FARM WAGONS t as the or as as can j this iC fft RENDER Aug z3Mr Chas Cargal returned from Herrin 111 last week where he had been for the past four monthsMr Millard had his loot bad ly mashed one day last week at the mines by the motor Mr P I Quinlan of Paducah was here one day last week on business Our city marshal Reneer was In Beaver Dam on business one day last weekMr Wm Fields left for HerrlnIll fl last Friday Miss Maude Rowe of Centertown was the guest of her slater Mrs Amos Decker last week Mrs David Francis of Herrtn 111 is visiting her parents Mr arid Mrs M P McDowell at this writing Miss Pearl Tinsley is attending school at Waltons creek Mr Melvin Liles of Taylor Mines was here last Friday Mrs R K Salsbury went to Nel son last Friday and returned yester dayDr Henry Smith of Prentls was here last Friday Mr Jake McIntyre returned from Llnton Ind Friday were he had been visiting relatives for the past 4 weeksMrs Ida Maddox returned from Linton Ind last Friday Mrs Wm Mercer and daughter Miss Laura of Paducah are visiting Mr and Mrs R J Engleby and Mrs Mary Mercer at this writing Mr Bridge Smith of Powderly was visiting his sbterMrs Leslie Thomp son last week Mr E L Myers of Island was here on business Sunday Mrs Jaue Gwynn is on the sick list at this writing Messrs McDowell Fair and D W Williams were In Hartford Sunday Miss Lillie May Filmore spent the Sunday here from Central City Messrs Other Miller and Arthur Baker of Taylor Mines were here yesterdayMr Brown Is in Louisville on business I Mr W J Mercer spent the day in Central City Sunday Prof V M Moseley was in Beaver Dam Saturday Mr George Lyons of Louisville was here on business yesterday- Mr 15d Mossbarger ot Louisville was here today on business Mr and Mrs Reuben Baize visited relatives at Sunnydale last week Messrs J Alex Rhoads and S M Dexter of Centertown were here yes terday on business Mrs R B Eastin is visiting in a The Best on Earth the Old Standby MITCHELL Made at Racine Wis and the STUDEBAKERMade Itgood wagons county EYours for More Business T J TURLEY 6 CO 2tCORRESPONDENCE Gilstrap at this writing Mr Ed Mainwarlng of Taylor Mines was hue Friday Mr G B James train master of I C R R of Louisville was here on business yesterday There were quite a crowd from here attended the funeral of the Hon Jesse S Williams at Goshen last Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Paul Woodward went to Hertford Sunday and returned to dayMr Harry Bridges of Louisville was here today on business I JINGO Aug i4Mr Sam Mitchel ofI place is dangerously sick and is not I expected to live Mrs Jerome Allen was given a surprise birthday dinner the ztst by he I children from different parts ot the county it being her soth birthday Rev J P Venson and wife return ed home Sunday after an extended visit to children on Barnetts creek Wilber Vance came near losing hi life last Wednesday by going down in a well too soon after an explosion of dynamite He was taken out in a r state of unconsciousness Dr Dun i was summoned and after several hours i he was restored to consciousness and is able to be out agatnIMr John A Duke of the Concord i neighborhood has sold his farm to A L Westerfield i Park brothers are teaching an interesting singing school at Concord WHITESYILLE- Aug z5Revs R H Crossfield and H C Ford Nebo are conducting I I the protracted meeting which began at the Christian church Monday j Mr and Mrs P H Haffey have re retuned home after a visit to the Worlds Fair j Misses Mary H Hall and Nona and Carrie McCartneyI chaperoned by Mrs LivIa Cecil have returned home after a weeks camp atI ChautauquaMrs Hartford is the guest ot relatives here j The Cumberland Telephone Co is putting in an exchange here There have been several boxes added I to the Home phone this weekIMrs Annie Howard Owensboro today where she has been spending a few weeks visiting friends and relativesIMisses Stella and Mary WeddingI have returned home after visit to friends and relatives in Ow ensboro during the Chautauqua OwensII Mr P H Hafiey is on the sick list this week- I Miss Annie Bell and brother Silas entertained a few of their friends j Saturday evening CENTERTOWN j Aug z4Mrs George Gardner Is i on the sick list this week Mr Matt Allen ot the Bend was I here this week looking after his prop ertyMr Elder Owcnsboro is here in Interest of his fire Insurance T H Benton and S R James are on the sick list Mr T J Wallace and son Walter and Miss Bessie Shown Beda are vis iting the family of H H Davies Mr Pete Leslie an artist has moved into one of F M Allens beautiful dwellings on Main St Mr Dan Stroud Island visited Rev L P Drake here this weeks Mrs Elizabeth OFlyn and son Homer oi Utica are visiting Mr and I Mrs Ernie Morton this week I Miss Emma Morton has returned- r from Livermore where she has been visiting her uncle Rev T M Mor ton CERALVO Aug 23 Mrs Emma B Fulker oldshome Monday and Tuesday Miss Mattie Wood and IeflFrs J H Wood and Everet Smith returned from the Worlds Fair last week Mr J M McEntire and family Hatford spent several days here last week Mrs George Casebler is on the sick list A number of people from here at tended the old folks meeting at Equlity Tuesday- j Mr Estll Lucket and daughter Greenville visited relatives here last week Mrs Bratcher Rockport visited her daughter Mrs C P Morris Tues day Mrs W N Fulkerson Smallhous visited relatives here a few days ago Rev Joshua Miller filled Rev E D Bogess appointment Sunday GOTEBO 01 ofIJ and babies doing well Mr Weller counft3 where he engaged in the stock business but lately moved to Gotcbo theIlaw W H Midkiff also of Ohio county They also have contracted furnishing the government in beef for Indian school and are doing good business theIton begins about September 20 until January I A good picker can make from 200 to 300 per day I ltWe antZ4 To See You IHell treat you right Jfyou go shopping through the monthof August come to Car son Co We are going to make special Z prices this month on alour summer wearing r1iE Cut Just OneHalf And the clean stock HIPr cent This is your chance for seasonable goods at half the I price that you would pay others We cant help getting some of our stock soiledand 2 niussy and we dont propose to carry anyIII our summer stook over for another season We alwavs want to show 4 New Clean Stuff tAnd the prices that we will juote you through August will put us in a position to b make a clean sweep Now we want to see you through the month of August You will i miss bargains if you dont tome We shall be disappointed if you dont come First to come gets the tPick and Choice i i The sale begins today and will continue as longas our summer stook of thin goods lasts JJYou have never seen sueh valves offered inV X Hartford and it is probable you will never 1iHel the like again The quality stands while the reductions ailed all lines fcome Its the chance of your lift for bargains t 6 Carson 8 CoIN OKIOKVrRI HARTFORD KENTUCKY i Try our Job Wdrkrthe cheapest I L BIG FOUR LINK TO r IIndianapolis I PeoriaI IIAIIII all points inChicagoi r and I I ClevelandBuffalo I I I New York IBoston furnIII Big Four RouteI INo 251 4th Ave or toIH J GATK- SGeul I Agt Passenger DeptILouisville Ky 1 111 111111CI I Real EstateBargaitis j Farms For Sale Cheap Ij coo acres ndjolnlnn Hartford z5oo j 120 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of ccIllnnd 3 miles fromI Hartford 900 I nS acres fine bottom hind six zzn0ISprings for 325- J45 acres 2J miles from Hartford 3000 groundladjoining jI will sell your property for jou or j I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted t Fairlest I I S A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate HAKTKOKI KY ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY I IMOlinillATKD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize borne folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense IfIIndependent ManngerHartford e I n j