You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, September 2, 1904. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1904 hao1904090201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, September 2, 1904. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. g t artf rb llqublkan I Fine Job Work a Specialty d 0 I YOL XVII KY 1904 No7 DASHED TO DEATH Barney OldfieldsAuto Smash es Into Fence KillsTwo Fatality Attends Worlds Fair Automobile Speed Con test Sunday St Louis Aug 31 Blinded by the dust thrown by another swiftly mov ing machine Barney Oldfield 01 Iy Cleveland Ohio lost control of his machine in a false start of the fifth event of the Worlds Fair automobil speed conttst Sunday and crpshln through the outer fence of the course instantly killed Johu Scott a watch man employed at the pad and inflict ed injuries upon Nathan Montgomery a negro from which he died a few hours later Oldfield was gainfully injured and his machine completely demolishedThe occurred after a false start The flagman vainly attempte to signal Oldfield and Webb who were leading that the start was not allowed but they did not see his flag and cotinued around the course at- a high rate of speed Shortly after passing the first turn to of the mile track Wtbb secured the lead by a narrow margin and the met were in a relatively same position when passing the threequarter pole In making the turn Webbs machine skidded and taiaed a blinding cloud of dust that cumpletely blinded Old e field and ballsmothered him Not being able to see that he had completed the turn Oldfield contln ued his course and crashed though the fence When Oldfield failed tc appear after Webb had emerged from the dust there was considerable excitement but as it was announced that he was not seriously injured and M shortly afterwards was driving to the clubhouse in an automobile it was not generally known that the accident had resulted fatally The Ohio County Fair Hartford Wednesday Sept 21 four days SALEM Aug 3oMessrA C V Christian and J J Hooverol Cane Run church are attending the Ohio County Asso ciation which meets with Bells Run churchMrs Rlnda Louis and two little boys who have been visiting Mr- s4ouis parents Mr and Mrs Wm Jamison returned to their home at Louisville last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Rufus Boyd and daughter Nola were the guest of Mrs Boyds sister Mrs Sarah Camp SundayMrs C A Wilson and son Pascal are visiting Mrs Wilsons aunt Mrs Ida Miller near Horse Branch this 41 weekMrs J H Jamison is visiting her- r daughter Mrs Betty Neal near Centertown Mr and Mrs Girdle Camp and little Myrtle and Bessie Mr and Mrs Annie Raley and their little Golda May visited Mrs Camp and Mrs Raleys relatives near Centertown Friday and returned Monday They reported a nice trip Mr and Mrs I N Ford und fami ly of Friednlnnd were the guest of Mr Fords niece Mrs Annie J Myers last Sunday Mies Evelyn Jamison was the nest L oilier sister Mrs G W Wilson near l is getting ywell 11Miss Rebecca Hines is visiting her sister Mrs Jennie Day near Baize townMr Rodney Camp has returned home from Arkansas iWallaces Great Show Central City Sept 19th On account of above occasion round 3triptickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Central City for 75 cts tick tB sold Sept 19th limited to Sept au20th for return S B VAN METER Agta er IF IT IS NEW rot WILL FIND IT IN Till MillBLICAN EVERY VOTER Of Incorporated Towns Must Reg ister or Loose His Vote One of the laws adopted by the las t Legislature requires nil voters resid ing in towns of the filth and sixth classes to regibter prior to the election or be disfranchised This will npplj to all incorporated towns in Ohio county It is but an extension of the law that hss heretofore been in opera tlon in first second third and fourth class cities With the exception of cities of the second clues the law Is practically a farce as the officers 01 election in smaller towns are familiar with every voter in the dlfierent precincts and the chance ot an lllega vote being cast is very few and far be between In addition to the registration the law requires that a certificate be given each voter at the time hi registers which Is the first Tuesday in October preceding the November election Without that certificate It will be Impossible to vote notwithstanding a citizens name may appear in proper form on the registration book If the certificate is lost or destroy ed the citizen can procure a new one by making an affidavit and paying ing the County Clerk 50 cents there for Voters will do well to bear these facts in mind as hundreds will doubtless be cut out of their votes through Ignorance of this new law Labor Day Celebration Central tity Sept 5th 1904 On account of above celebration round trip tickets will bs sold from Beaver Dam to Central City at rate of 75 cts tickets sold Sept 4th and 5th limited to Sept 6th for return- S B VAN METER Agt The Ohio County Fair will be the bipgest Fair of all Fairs s year RENDER Aug 3oMrs F E Harris and daughter Miss Nellie are visiting in Linton Ind at this writing Miss Rosabel Cobb Is visiting in Owensboro at this writing Prof A P Taylor of Beaver Dam was here one day last week John S Spence was in Central City last Friday on business Wm Herrel went to Louisville last Thursday and returned Friday with his sister Miss Ada Mr E E Burton of Herrin mfg visiting relatives here P K Salsbury was in Central City on business last Saturday Mrs P L Neighbors left for Her rin Ill last Saturday- Mr Andrew visited in Central City last Sunday Mr W S Vick of Owensboro was here on business yesterday Mrs Geo Tinsley is visiting in Brown went to Louisville yesterday on business Messrs Ed Massie and S S Hoover of Louisville were here on busi ness yesterday Mr P1 Quintan of Paducah was here on business yesterday Rev W D Cox has come with his tent to carry on a meeting at Williams Mines Miss Lee Taylor of Prentls is the truest of her sister Mrs J W Til fordWm Boone of Nelson was here yesterdayIsaac went to Louisville to dayMiss Madle Engleby is visiting in LouisvilleEarl of Taylor Mines is here today McHenry mines resumed work yesterday after being closed for the past 4 months for repairs 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 FARMER SHOT IN DAV1ESS Had a Difference With a Neighbor Over a Personal Matter and Shooting Followed Ilirum Marks tarry one of the most prominent farmers in Diviess county WHS shot and cangerously wounded Tuesday morning at 6 oclock by Sam Klctnort a tenant on Mr Maiksber rys farm near Pettltsays the Owens born Messenger Marktb rrys horse had got out and broke into Kinmons cornfield Kinmon caught the animal and tied it to a tree and Marksberry went after it When Kinmon sw him coming he told him to go back or he would shoot him Marktbsrry pased on and Kinmon fired The entire load of shot took effect in the lower part of the abdomen and legs inflicting a- very dangerous wound Kinmon was arrested by Constable Ashby and brought to the city Dra Thorpe and Westerfield attended the wounded man and picked over n hundred shot out of his body besides many that they could not get They think that he has a chance to recov er but regard his wound as very ser ious Ladies and children free on first day of the Ohio County Fair this year Come little boys girls and women folks youre welcome Whos Been Robbed Islington len 1vrl The Democratic platform says We denounce Protectionism as a robbery tt This is certainly startling if true But who has been robbed Not the farmer who is getting a billion dollars more a year for his pro ducts than under Free Trade whose animals are worth a billion dollore more than under Free Trade who has paid oft his mortgages who has im plements and who has money to burn instead of corn as was the case under Free Trade No the farmer has not been robbed and the farmers and their families constitute 40 per cent of all our peo pIeNot the wage earners In manufacturing Industries who have lived so well and added a billion dollars to their savings since 1897 who have increased their insurance who have paid for their homes who have worked lets hours and earned more money than ever before No the wage earn er has not ben robbed Not the railroad employes who are getting a quarter of a billion dollars more wages a year now than under Free Trade Not the railroad owners who are getting twice the dividends and whose stock is worth about the double what it was under Free Trade Not the professional man who is earning twice as much and getting it He did not get it even though he earned it under Free Trade Not the wives and daughters who live well and dress well when the hus bands and fathers are fully employed at high wages Not the boys who are getting a good education Not the general public labors who are working less hours and getting higher wages thad ever before Not the old soldiers norlthe present army nor the men who man the shipsNo there is no one being robbed except the pawnbroker and the demo crats who want a job There is where the robbery comes in and there is where it hurts The wouldbe cab inet officers and heads of departments and consuls the wouldbe office hold er of any and every description he thinks he is being robbed and yet he can make more money in his business and get more wages for his work than he could under Free Trade He is robbed not of work and income but ofa position he cannot be trusted to fill That is all the robbery there is to Protection DaWttts r t Salvo FrPUN mayMna MOBS WORK Joe Bumpas Shot Strangled and Body Thrown Into River Hickman Ky Aug 30Joe Bum pas a negro was taken from jail here this morning before daylight strangled to death Hud his body thrown In the river About two oclock this morning the mob appeared at the jail and pretend ing they hud a prisoner gained admission When they got in the jail they told the jailer they had come for Toe Bumpas who was arrested Mon day afternoon for an assault on Cath erine Clay a white girl fifteen years of age When they saw Bumpas they began shouting at him and a rope was tied around his neck He was then dragged to the river and tieing the rope to a flatboat threw his body Into the river The boat was then cut loose and floated of down the stream The men then came back and got in buggies and on horses and went away Over 2000 will be given away in Premiums at the Ohio County Fair this year See a cata logue SELECT Aug JoThe sick of this community are improving The funeral of Rev John Finley was preached by Rev Snodgiais to day at New Zion church Mrs John Daugherty preached at New Zion Sunday The funeral of William Embry of Balzetown will be preached at New Zion the 3rd Sunday in next month by Pleasant Wayne FarrasA The association of the general Baptists will be held at Cromwell Satur day Sunday and Monday Mr J W Cox who has just re turned from Maryland and Mr I C Cox who has just returned from Mis sissippi have been visiting relatives in this neighborhood- Mr and Mrs N B Allen and Miss Ola Duvall visited their prandparents at Plncheco last Saturday and Sun day Subscription 1 a Year HARTFORD FRIDAY SEPTEMBERS weektr CentertownMr ATTEMPTS SUICIDE A Kentucky Girl Went to St Louis to WedWas Disap pointed by Lover St Louis Mo Aug 31Despou dent because she thought that her sweetheart was not going to marry her Miss Agnes Vowells twentyone years of age of Covington Ky tried to end her life last night by swallowing laudanum She was taken to the City Hospital where her conditionI was pronounced serious Miss Vowells came to St Louis about two weeks ago from Kentucky fur the sole purpose of marrying George Phillips whose brother mar reed her sister But when she arrived in the city Phillips decided to post pone the wedding for a few days so that he might set things in better I shape he said When the appointed time came again he again postponed the wedding until yesterday and when Miss Vowells got in readiness yesterday he declared that he had changed his mind and would never immediatelyIwent to and swallowed the poison For Sale Having sold my farm I wish to close out my stock and farming implements including two good two yearold mules one fine combined I horse two first class milch cows and a fine Jersey bull also complete I set of farming implements of all kinds All will be sold at a bargain For further particulars call on me at my drug store Hartford Ky 513 Z WAYNE GRIPPIN A CarterRoss- On Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock September the 14th at the home ot the brides mother Rev R D Carter will be united in marriage to Miss Annie May Ross Rev E W Coakley will be the officiating clergymanRev is a young man of un questionable character and gentlemanly attainments and has for several years been a licensed minister of the Baptist church He is highly esteem ed by all who know him acI BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS Stout of the AllmcnU IVciillnr to the Frnmlo Sex nra J uo to Catarrh of 1clvlo Orjjann I MRS M BR1CKNER E 99 Eleventh Street l 5Arffon very serious I had headaches pains In the back and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every months I tried two remedies before Porana and was discouraged when I took the first dose but my courage SODa returned In less than two months my health was restoredMrs M + Brickner The reason of so many failures to euro cases similar to tho above Is tbo FEMALE TROUBLE NOT RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH toot that diseases peculiar to the female sex are not commonly recognized aa being caused by catarrh Catarrh of one organ is exactly the amn as catarrh of any other organ What will cure catarrh of tho head will also euro catarrh of the pelvic organs Peruna cures these cases simply because it cures the catarrh- If you havo catarrh write at once to- Dr Hartman giving a full statement ot your case and ho will bo pleased to ilftyou his valuable advice gratis Address Jr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 Ross She is known for her kind and courteous demeanor and her charm ing personality has made her quite a favorite with many friends THE REPUBLICAN along with a host of other friends and relatives extends the heartiest good wishes to the soontobe Mr and Mrs Carter rE P BARNES Se BRO 1 When there is good money to be saved on good Buggies why not be good to yourself by buying the famous Stayer Buggy We have been selling these Buggies for twelve years and have had nothing but praise from our customers on these goods Do yourself a favor by coming to us and al low us to show you buggies that have no equal in this territory We have just received a new shipment of all kinds of buggies and can fit you up from 45 to 90 each Wagons Wagons Old Hickory Tennessee- Hs the plowing season is almost over and teaming must be the order of the day new Wagons must necessarily be in demand The service and satisfaction these Wagons give to the farmer and teamster is a much better recommendation than printers ink can give and theie is not a neighborhood in Ohio county in which you cannot find an Old Hickory wagon Any sizes Low or high wheels Buy a Wagon from us 1BeaverDam Kentuokv J I TAGGART TELLS TRUTH No Hope Of Parkers Election Says the Chairman Assert Democratic Chairman Concedes Defeat of the National Ticket Judge Parker has heard something which caused him t shiver worse than when he plunged into the cold mountain stream in New Ivaglatid a few days ago According to a Ulan of prominence who recently visited Esopus Judge Parker has been learning the real truth about the po litical situation The cold facts w retold by him by Taggart the chairman of the Democratic national commit tee and the information imparted was that the inside estimate of the proba bly electoral vote gives Judge Par ker 208 or 31 short of a majorit that a liberal estimated ol further possibil ities brings the total up to only 231 still leaving him S votes bbyIIt is related that Judge Parker was astounded when national managers presented the cold facts to him In figures and intimated that nothing less than a political revolution could Eave the ticket without holdingout any encouragement as to the probability of a revolution no signs of which have developed on the horizon The news Judge Parker received was different irom the hotair laks that have been given him by many others who have called on him Champ Clark is sid to have filled the judges head with an impression that the whole middle West aad the tar West wasiiflime with Democratic senti meat that lilinoise Michigan Indi ana and Kansas were good fighting ground that Nebraska Colorado and Montana were safely Democratic When told that the normal chances were not only against him but that It would be practicaly a political mir acle if he were elected the sage of Esopuaj could hardly believe his earsIof the national committee is allegedI to have promised Judge prised the solid South 151 New York 39 West Virginia 7I Nevada 3 and Maryland 8 There was a possibility ol increasing this by the addition of New Jersey 12 Con necticut 7 and Rhode Island 4 making a total of 231 and still leav ing eight shott This is said to have been the best estimate the Democrat ic managers could make for the can didate It includes New Jersey and Connectictu which the Republicans consider absolutely safe Republican States and also New Yorc which the Republicans do not by any means concede To Golden California Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Coloiado and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Fran cisco or Ios Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov ereign Grand Lodge I 0 O F Sep tember next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to September 10 limited October 23 lf 4 Two fast trains dally Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dinner 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 Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky I Have you read that very interesting I inag 7ine The Smart Set I Government Printing Office In i stalls Type Setting Machines I The Government ivrnting Office isI installing fifty typesetting machines j The Government office is perhaps th- eJt r tilng ouie to adopt the i ouch e method in typesetting Thejoffice postponed the installation of marhinp heievine that they pre I riovtsly baJ not been brought to such perfection that they could readily handle the intricate Government work The tiiashioes have now been put thrtedivons of the offiean pro veo a success nod it is likely other j machines will be ordered The ma chine will first Us used ir the Job Division Gazette division and on the Congressional Record where the na lure f the yolk is auiost the same I Ayers I I You know the medicine that II makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your I mother grandmother all your folks used it They trusted I Sarsaparillait Your doctor trusts it Then it yourself There is Itrust and strength in itiII I milTered t rrllily from IUJt 1111 thin lioml I fniiiiil iit retie until I IokIAyers Saraapnrilla Four bottles IIClltI cured iii termaIIII1 F U HAUT ju Rlseo ttlOO R bottle t e nYoIt tn Tme41 AIJlrlllltfor Rich BloodIPills are They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla as that in dally newspaper offices The Congressional Library division will also be supplied with machines at once The Government Printing Office em ploys about 1200 printers increasing this number to about 1500 during the congressional session The great in crease in the amount of work has made it imperative to largely increase the force or to put in typesetting machines It is thoughtthe machine will not cause any of the printers now employed In the office to loose their positions SHERIFFS SflLE By virture of vendis Nos 2155 2I56 and 2157 directed to me which issued from the Clerks Office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor ot M E Jarvis vs R J Daniel H H Jarvis vs R J Daniel and Leona Jarvis vs R J Daniel I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 5th day of Septem ber 1914 between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 4 p m at the courthouse door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or EO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the aforesaid plaintiQs debts interests and costs to wit One house and lot in the town oi Beaver Dam Ohio countyKy which lot is bounded as follows Beginning- at R J Daniels corner east side of main street at the right of way of the I C R R running thence south with main street 91 feet to a division fence of R J Daniels line thence east with said division lence 100 feet thence north 91 feet to a corner in the I C R R Co line thence west loo feet with the right of way of the I C R R Co to the beginning Levied upon as the property of R J Daniel The sale will be male on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the day of sale and having the foice and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 17 day of August 194CAL P Know Sherifl By CHESTER KEOWN D S Only did his Duty as he Saw It I deem it a duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiley Park the well known merchant and postmaster at Wiley Ky I have been selling it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfac tion Several of my customers tell me they would not do without it for any thing Very often to my knowledge one single dose has cured a severe at tack ot diarrhoea and I positively know that it cures the lux dysentry You are at liberty to use this testimo vial as you pleased Sold by all druggists Care of Childrens Ears Voutlin o In pat 10 II In the proper care of the ears In childhood two things have to be con sideredthe local conditions of the eRrs and what is equally important the general state of the childs health As to the care of the ear itselfit must always be remembered that the hearing apparatus is a piece of very deli cate mechanism no more suited to rough treatment than is the ball of the eye It can be easily injured by the introduction of a foreign body or by a blow from the outside Small children sometimes push things into their ears by way of experiment In this case the childs guardians should keep perfectly cool and send for a physician at once The child must not be shaken and punished until the object is removed and above all the nurse or mother should not grope for it with a hairpin or tweezers for that is the way to push it further in or to wound or even rupture the deli I cate drum membranean accident which may be followed by complete deafness and even death should a serious luflamation ensue There is perhaps one exception to this rule of leaving a foreign body alone until the doctor comet Occa sionally Insects fly into the far and cause great anguish by buzlng and lpeedlily or warm As to Injury from the outside Chll1 dren should be carefully against any games which include loud shoutings directly into the ear aud it is surely needless to ad thatI pulling the ears and above all ing the ears as a form of punishment should be held a criminal off ns It may induce partial and temporary deafness complete dtafness and even death and if indulged in by a teacherI shonld be followed by arrest lie rebuke In Praise of Chamberlains Colic Choleraand Di arrhoea Remedy Allow mo to give you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett of Eagle Pass Texas I suffered one weekwIth bowel trouble and took all kitulp of medicinA without getting any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to takei this remedy After taking one dose I tell greatly relieved and when I j had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands ofmankind For sale by all druggists i Presidential SuccessioniTroy Tlim n Bynominating an octogenarian for Vice President the Democratic party has virtually registered its approval of the onetime prevalent opinion that the Vice Presidency is a sinecure fit I for men who have outlived their po litical usefulness The Republican party thinks differently and has nominated a United States Senator known to the country and in the prime of lifeICan the Democratic politicians j who are extremely fond of referring to our early National history be ig norant of the number of Vice Presi j dents who have through natural and unnatural causes been Inducted Into the highest office of the land Has the party of opposition drifted so far from historic ideals as to forget that our early political chronicles mention as Vice Presidents men high j in the councils of state whose future I was not behind them What means this innovation Again was it to many years ago for recollection when the Presidential succession law was passedDid not Congress at that time recognize the possibility of the death in office of both President and Vice President and provide that the Secre tary of State should be next in the order of succession- In the unhappy event of Democrat success at the polls a President and Vice President would bs chosen who ofito David B Hill By any possibility should David B have by accident what he can not gain by vote Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by j those tireless little workers Dr Tangs New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin tC Bros drugstore j The Man McKinley Wanted Itiitliirlunl tonI in 11I1r4 Weekly It is related that during the full of 1899 the late President McKinley was traveling on a railroad train through Northern Ohio Several of the men who were In his confidence were about him and the conversation naturally turned toward the Philip pines which were just then a very prominent place on the snap Agui naldos army and organized govern ment had disappeared before thefierce attack of MncArthur and Law ton but had left in their track a condition of discontent and disorder far more diffi cult to handle II I had the right man said President McKinley ItI should send him there now and put as much of a civilized government right In under the military as the situation could stand I should give them something to show for our promises to them even if it were a risk It In his enthusiasm he went on to describe the man For he said it is a question of the man He must be a law student a law maker a Uw executor and a jurist He must be young enough to adnptableIenough to meet many n situation we Can not foresee He must be old enough to be well known In America and to have inpinfd confidence in a- large way He must be magnetic and a model in his private life More ovrr he should be personally known to me so that I can be sure of nil these things Nowthe gods who watch ovtr such things had arranged that the young est Judge Iud bistknown lawyer uf his years in the United States had just left that train and they must al so have nudged the elbow of a certain adviser in ordinary Perhaps you dont know he suggested that you have described your young friend Judge Tail The President saw it just that way and before the train reached the n xt station he had promised that if Vr Talt would accept the chargt of it an other comtnis don wjuld be sent to the Pn ilippines OASXOnXABean theThe Kind You Hara Always Bought Signature dot I We Awarded 2000000 Five Lion cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2cent Stamp entitle you in to M the free premiums to m one vote The stamp covers our acknowledgment to you lj that your estimate is I You can send as many mates as desired Are due lo Indigestion of even one hundred people have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indlges tlon It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indl gestlon All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells he stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action ot the heart and In the course of time that delicate but w ator an becomes diseased- Mr D KoN vJJ 0 uyst I had stcmaeb I trouble ant war tn a bd state II I had heart trouble Cure for about foul with It I took Kodal Dyspepsia month and It cured me j Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach all nervous strain and the heart of nil pressureI Bottles only 5100 Site helilne 2M times the trial site which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DWITT CO OHIOAQO BEST FOR If ron hllTfnt n reeuUr Jimtliy nif vmxnt of the boweli ovcry tiny rourn lit or will be 11iy ur bowil std bo aap t- violentplatcorptll polsonlaiance CI Tli smoothest uaateat most of kitllntf the bowels cluar and clrnn U to tak- eCANDY I CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleuant raUUbK Potent rtn Uoo1 Pa Good Never 81 km weaken or ClrIIWjl In1eo cents pxrboi Wrlto for tree IOWII and book let on health AtMrex UJ Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN otWlos Early Risers The famous little pillsi of will be awarded to the one who is on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We also offer J500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee R R l11 T UP TlfIS Ml1Inlcn Vith PVT nnd Chair Curs cri trams direct to the Tickets of the Fair oil Days 5 Limit nt prntly reduced rates Coach to St I livery Ttientlity uitil June at rates less tliHti one lare for the round trip I Tickets and HB to spe cific ta es limits and train time of V1 tour hone ticket agent- S sMItTita Beaver Dam Ky I u U 111 t 111111t iiil r ti II I V t1tNrv t II art N A I A I Nil uTT t I Mitn hU 5000000GASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to how Would You Weak Hearts THE- BOWELS Premiums I ex Check 7 I Have I I I Heads addition regular 3cent recorded estU Ninetynine jicrfoctway Grand First Prize 500000 nearest correct Southern Normal CENTRAL Dlntin HtifictUnrnry Sleet Riclintnjr ilnouuli WORLDS account within las Itantcr Excursions Louis ctriiutmliivi- n prrtcnlars Agent the Regular like like This ICnshPresidential Contest L b What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can k dldates combined at the election M November 1904 In 1100 election 13159653 people voted for President For nearest cornet esti mates received In Woolson om r beforoNovemberprize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows t 1 First Prize S2f30OOO1 Second Prlzo 100000 100000li10 Prizes 10000to 1000002O Prizes 6000II 100000CO Prizes 2000to 10000020O Prizes 1000to 2000001800 Prizes 600to fa00000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOobo How Would Your Name Look on One of These ChecksEverybody uses coffee If you will use LIO CUFFL long enough to get acquainted with It you will be stilted nnd AndwoareusingouradvertishWE GIVE BOTH FREE AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of LION COFFEE II WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO II School ILLINOIS FAIR B Free Vote 8 PREMIUMS wGF8dllBUSo ss Oofloc I II EHTOne I the Coming Year j l rUNDRRns of the lrading PROFEssioNal and fl siNF6s 2tlxt of the oonntry ale GRADUATa9i are taught lrlrnury Kngllah1cae hers Ire lc of these Inatttntiona Tito following cmtrena 11aw ItusUles4 short Ilan 1ll1l11nI18llp To egrapby and Civil Santee and Local Music IURtruJl1111t1l1 Jfuetr i will have the prlvtlegc of entering the 9OUTITERN NOIttIAi Any fltlJdlIt who entors the IIUSINYIIR cobtIt t extrllChUItItloWLINO ItYFY- r KiI r r 1 WOMAN lIVfS AS MANI j Masquerades Successfully for Fifty Years Marries Two Wives and Live Happy With a BothLeadsI Catherine Coonie who was recent ly released Iran a London polls S court on the bond of a Chicago newspaper man has been living a mans strenuous file in mans clothes for So yearsOnly once before has Coomes se cret ever been discovered though she has twice been married in churcl to other women and has met will many adventures in many lands while in mans clothes That was abou four ytara ago It was at a table in a crowded res taurant that Coome in her simple i gentle wAy ave the following sketcl of a long and amazing life- I was corn she said in 1836 My lather was a man of means Be lore I was sixteen I married my fits cousin Percival Coome He treated me so brutally that one day I matt I up my mind to run away altogether But what could I di If only I were a man I thought I could hide ruysel securely from him and get work It seemed a good idea so I started oil to Birmingham There I took a room paying the money lor it in alvance and cautiously bought mens clothes at different shops- I went to Goucester to look for work There outside of a shipping office I saw rn advertisement lor a t1 captain clerk In I went and offered my services I was quite a bright looking lad and to my joy they took me on For three years and a half I sailed with Capt Petannie in the Mediterranean nnd Adriatic When my captains wile died I gave up the sea and apprenticed uiysill to a house painter at a village near Fronic in Somerset At the end of- my time I came up to London and worked two years and later worked at my trade at Huddrtsfield for 15 years Before I went I married the girl I had been courting for four years She died lour yen s later At Hudderfield I married again 1 this time a Miss Petcu a dressmaker whosr parents lived in Jersey We were married for 22 years and I do not believe a couple were ever so happy as we were Incredible as it may seem I believe that she never guess ed I was a woman After I had been in Huddcrsfield for fifteen years I came up to London I met with sev oral accidents and finally broke three ribs Shortly after that my second wife diedAt I was driven to Hast Ham workhouse There they found out I was a woman because I hit one of the men who wanted to strip me for blth ing I have come out three times since and got work But three times I have met with accidents and have had to go back I had only been out an hour the other morning whennear Kbury bridge some man pointed me out to a policeman as a woman in mans clothes So I was taken up for being drunk This is in brief the life story of Catherine Coome When troubled with conatipiUion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take arid produce no griping or other unpleas ant cflect For sale by all druggists Is Your Clock Fast It is a common thing to find the clocks in nine out of ten households either fifteen minutes or half an hour fast and should you happen to be in A hurry or mention the fact that you have to be going you are at once re assured of the fact that you have no cause to hurry as the clock is so much ahead of the time Has it ever occurred to you why clocks arc usually put ahead Some physicians have said it Is due to lazl CONTINUEThosonvho are gaining flesh and bath by regular treatment Scotts Emulsion treatmentin willdoproducts season Send for free SCOTT BOWNE ChemUti 409415 Pearl Street York soc and 100 j all druggrst- I nest lor It Is sucht satisfaction to iht azy man to Ii id when he has to- Jel up at 7 in the morning anil s rain I is hall closed eyis to luc at tr e cluck that it is H hrtllhuur Gist Illd he tins so much mote time to doze with the rtsilt thnt he oversleep himself anyhow and misies his train Said a Washington street watch maker when asked about the subject Yes it is a peculiar thing with most people to put their clocks fast and while there may be some satis faction in it when It comes to dozing a little longer there is rally no advantage in it for when you wake up ray at 6 and glance at the clock and it registers 630 the fact remains that it Is n hull hour fast While this may make you feel easier knowing that you still have thirty minutes to doze I confess I dont see much advantage in it 1 Why not have the clock right It is the same thing in the end Suppose railroads were to put this into practice how many trains do you think people would miss there by This putting clocks fast is real ly only a pleasant form of deception which people like to practice 01 theIDS Iveu but It does more harm thu goodFrom 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold decp sealed on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenncr Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough cure She says uThe coughing and straining so weakened me that Iran down in weight from 11S to 02 pounds I tried n number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of tins wonder ful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normalweight health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Griflimfc Bro m CASTOR IAF- or Infants and Children rhe Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the- Signaturo of r SHERIFFS SALE By virture of Vend Is Nos 2153 and 1154 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor first of Globe fertilizer Co vs John A St Clair and S A Anderson Admr of Ewen Morris vs John A St Clair I or one ot my deputies will on Monday the ith day of September 1904 between the hours of i oclock p m and 4 clock 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 hereof as may be uecessary to satisfy the aforesaid plaintlfTs debts interest and costs to wit FirstA lot or parcel of ground In Rosine Ohio county Ky being arty 40 feet square on the northeast corner of lot No6 block 21 as shown on the plot of said town Fort more particular description reference is had to recorded deed from Henry D McHenry to W B Kuyken lall found in deed book No3 page 118 Ohio county Clerks office Also another lot or parcel of ground in the town of Rosine Ohio county Ky bounded and described all follows Beginning at the south eHst corner of lot No 6 block 21 hence with a line of Front Street Woo feetto the S W corner of block 2 i thence with a line of lot sold to Basil Stewart it being the west boundary of said lot north aoj feet to the northwest corner of said block 2 i thence with a line of First Street E 100 feet to the corner of lot sold J- W Ragland in 1890 thence with the same S 95 feet to his corner thence gain with the same E 100 feet to Ra lands corner in H P Watts line and being in the line between lots No 4 and 5 thence with said Watts lot- S 40 feet to Watts corner thence gains with Watts line E 100 feet to the southeast corner of said lot and In the line of McLeob Street thence S 65 feet to the beginning being all- or the unsold part of block No 21 and the same land conveyed to J W lagland by Isabel and H W Rolph as is evidenced by deed of record in look 18 page 312 Ohio County Clerks Office and the same thereafter conveyed by Chas Tally and wife to J A St Clair as is evidenced by teed of record In Deed Book 24 page 547 office aforesaid levied upon c OrneridlttMcClendon wn confined to room and bed for onie time with indigestion nnd female trouble 1 RII unnble at times to walk across the room We tried two an good doctors ns I thought countryNeitlitrthe decided to write to Dr fierce for advice I wouldbebut she commenced on your remedies nnd I could see thnt she was tome better by the time she had taken the third liotlVe We continued the use of the medicine quite a while and now she doe all the housework and mood the ex Anyonehoabode Doctor Piercts Favorite Prescription soundhealtheases which are generally responsible for the failure of the ventral health A worn tab entire being is centered in her worn womanlyorganismthere ill irregularity era disagreeable drain when burns and ulcers gnaw progressrappetite DispensaryMedical Prescription who cannot be cured of Leucorrhca Fc ofWombble trial of their means of cure Dr Plerceo Pleasant Pellets regulate the stomach lirtr and bowels the property as the property of John A St Clair Said property will first- b sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of the debt interest and cyst of Glob Ftrtetlizer Co vs John A St Clair and the residue it any will 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 creditor three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day ot sale having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 11 day of August 19 4CAL P KEOWN Sheriff By S 0 KEOWN D S A Power+ For Good The Pills that pre potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witta Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says IDuring a bilious attack I tookone Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mats or any other pill 1 ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Woman- A pretty woman is one of the in stitutions of the countryan angel In dry goods and glory She makes sunshine blue sky and happiness wherever she goes Her path is one of delicious roses perfume and beau ty She is a sweet poem written in curls and choice calico and good principles Men stand up before her as so many admiration points to I I BLACKDRAUGHT STOCK and PooLTRY- MEDCNE i Stock and poultry have few troublet which are not bowel and liver irrepularitiep Black Draught Stock and Medi is u bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the of digestion in a perfect condition American breeders and farmers keep their birds and flocks healthy by g inJl thorn an occa sional dose ot BlackDraught Stock and Poultry in their food Any stock raiser war buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers genet allykeep BlackDrought Stock Dd Medicine If yours floes not send 25 cents for n can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Ten- nBoonarseQ JAn 80 1802 BlAOkDmnght Block and PonJt y Medicine the but Ierer tried or took was looking bad when you Baat me the medicine and now they are getting so one They are lookhqr 90 pncent better 8 P BROOXIN nON rrelt Into cream and then butter He words float round the ear like music birds ol Paradise or the perfumes n the Sabbath bells Without her so ciety would lose its truest attraction the church its finest reliance and young men the very best comforters and companions Her influence am genen stty restrain the vicious and strengthen the faint hettrted Wher ever you find the virtuous woman you find also fireside bouquets cleat clothes order good living gentle hearts music light and modern Institutions generally She is the flaw er of humanity and her aspiration ii the breath of heaven ManThe Stomach is A weak stomach weakens the man becaus it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Healtl andstrength cannot be restored tc any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach can not digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat cleanees and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and- all stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Street Lamps in Sahara The Sahara desert lighted by acetylene street lamps is a novel concep Lion at which says the New York Globe the mind hesitates Yet that Is what the traveler would seethanka to the ingenuity of Commandant Pu jat ot the French army should he visit the oasis of Toupourt in the ar south of Algeria Tougonrtwas reo narkably unhealthful but the commandant by diligent sanitary work has overcome that trouble To make the place more attractive and pleasant for his garrison he has mounted large cetylene lamps high on the stems of gigantic palm trees which shade the market place and thus has given this aidSahara camping place quite the pptarance by night of an American lllage Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quanity too rich sour stomach is likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat lowly and not too freely of early digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse letween meals and when you feel a ullnees and weight in the region of- he stomach after eating take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach may be avoided For tale by all druggists Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pacific ailway from St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs anti Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip oirespondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until eptember 30 return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop over with diverse routes Three fast trains dRi- ly from St Louie elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agent or address T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky The Smart Set magazine will enter I tin you OIl Catch Crabs With Crabs tlhlludelphla Preen They were sitting in the general tore In the seashore resort of Avalon elling the small Jersey fish stories It was Ezra Cresses turn and he pun the following yarn Some springs ago the crabs was carce on account of the bard winter Every summer I make a business of hipping crabs to the city but the spring I speak of it seems as though all the crabs bad died You know hat the ice kills the crabs and those rtints left alive always keep in deep- water the following summer Well I tried my best to get some crabs I went along the bank of the creek and I tramped around to all the salt ponds I on the meadows But it wasnt any use Finally I thought Id try a new scheme So I got a couple of large rabs and tied a long wire about their hells Then I took them to where the creek runs into the sound and nchored each crab in the water After that I sunk several large pieces of meat Next day continued Cresse I went to my decoys and caught 300 crabs AegefablePreparationforAs i I similating IhcFood andReguIa 1 4 ling the Stomachs andBowels of li r Promotes Dige3lionCheerfur ness andRestContains neither OpiumMorphine norMJneral lu 1OTNAROTICJ JaptofOUJrSAHVILt1TCHfR t AtrJ IAperfecl Facsimile Signature oF NEW YORKtI I EXACT coev OF WRAPPER It I f I CASTORIA Childrent The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatu 1- 1re of I InI Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAtut A Ii Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Vliy 7 IlrcmiBO It cures completely and nt once It relieves the innpi of n living death All cases of rilcn CUll be cured by nnurplciil operation but you would rather have 1lles cured without the knife HAltltlS 1OSITIVK IJIE COHE will do It Made only by the Iiltchfleld Ilmrriianil Co Inc For Hale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Photography for th- eAMATEURat Half its Former Cost American JR CAMERAWith Plate Holder a Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free For Infants and fp The famou- sPoco BucK=Eye andAmerican CamerasGenuinely in every detail Film or Plates as you choose Absolutely new models 480 Q 4x5POCOIIIIAMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y I + + ++ H t c+++M +++++++++ F4 +++++ + +++ + + +++ i FEMACURA I Many remeillrn for Ienmlo Dliteitxf art on the market but till only ono thatZ luiri irown to ie an nlnolutit uml punitive cure for nil forum of reunite rouble U t i IllMAClMtA V single trial will convince the mot xktplcal of Ito almost ml j trneuluux curative powom Made only by the IKITI IiriKU HlVllMACAI iO 4 t Inc Torcnleby A J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky JC ++++++++++4 +++++++f+ +++ + +++++++ f++f T Hartford Republican iHsucil by the Hartford rubllslilng Company lNCOIIPOItAVril C E N IIrIEtlUrTEriPIIOW3rS Cum rlon 3a- zZough salvor 22 Advertising Rates Local notices 10 cents per line first Innrrtlon and live cents each lIb IIItlIt Insertion Display set per Inch Incirtlon c Insertion OIl IClltlllIta 1 e- Klujilny tllr Inch a month 11 t 7c u ill DlMplny electrotype PIT Inch a month 7e t uc to 1 Obituary nnil Memory notice one rent n word or all over ISO words CIIla Jmiitt nvfumpnny- xnnnuacrlpt or the article will IIP cutjldown to he required limit All obituary Jpoetrv one ont a wortlICnch Wn do Job Printing from theiipedt to best Prices exceedingly low- FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 REPUBLICAN TICKET ron 11tIOIII1 N- ITHEODORE ROOSEVELT OP NBW YORK fun VICK IllKSIDKXT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS OK INDIANA run ru Xtm DR BEN L BRUNE- RANNOUNCEMENT lOU JAIIKK- We are authorized to nnnnmice 1AMKSI MOUTOX as n IlInlldotelor the office of Jnllrr ot Ohio county miliJtTt to the action ot the lie publican party 0 IS ROOSEVELT UNSAFE Recognizing that they have no is sue that will appeal to the people in the present campaign the Democrats propose to leada vicious attack ou President Roosevelt the Republican candidate They declare that he is unsafe Unlike their candidate he has convictions and is not afraid to express them and act upon them Everybody knows just where he stands and what he thinks about all important questions that may come to him for action But fe candidates for the Presi dency have been more thoroughly tried and are more fully known by the American people than Theodore Roosevelt In 1881 at the age of 23 he was elected a member of the New York Legislature and was reelected in 1882 and 1883 He was a dele gate to the National convention in 1884 was appointed member of the United States Civil Service Commis sion in 1889 and in 1895 was made President of the New York Police Board In 1897 he was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy and the following year resigned to become LieutenantColonel the First Vol unteer Cavalry in the Spanish American war and was soon promoted to the rank of Colonel of the same regiment In the autumn of the same year after being mustered out he was elected Governor of New York and in November of 1000 he was elected Vice President of the United States and succeeded to the Presidency September 14 1901 Thus for 25 years he has been constantly before the people in positions of trust and responsibility and not a single spot or blemish on his character or integrity has ever been charged He has been in the light of public observation for almost a quarter of a century and has stood the test He 13 one of the best types of courageous vigorous American manhood proud of his country and devoted to the best interests of the whole nationI DEMOCRATIC CONSISTENCY Examine the following declarations of Democracy If you like the kind consistency therein contained you are rightfully in the Parker camp 1900 II We are uualteraby opposed to mono metallislll which has locked fast the prosperity ofan industrial people in the paralysis of hard times We demand the free and unlimited coinage of both silver and gold at the present legal ratio of sixteen to one without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nationFrom the plat Jorm adopted by the Democratic par ty in 1890 at Chicago and reaffirmed in 1900 at Kansas City 1904 II I regard the gold standard as firm lyau1 irrevocably established and shall act accordingly if the action of the convention today shall be rati fied by the peopleTelegram of Judge Alton B Parker DerllocmticIcandidate for President Democratic national convention of 1904 After the rending of this tele gram Ollie James said Kentucky would go Republican by 100000 CHAMP CLARKS reminder to Can didate Parker that the party andnot the man rules was timely It blights the hopes of those who have thought that Parker could be bigger than his party if elected President It leaves the free trade and free soup recordof the party looking the voter square in the face THE first qualification ot a Demo cratic campaign orator is to be able to prove that Unk Henry Davis will kick a hole through the dashboard without any provocation TIlE Republican County Commit tee has been called to meet in Hart ford next Saturday Every member should attend as there is important business to be transacted REVENUE reports show that the United States government collected 8266330 from the sale of revenue stamps placed on cigarettes during the month of JulyC- ANDIDATE PAKKER has been at workon his letter of acceptance about fifteen days It requires him quite a while to select the exact words to say nothing DAVID B HIM announces that he willretire from politics next January The date for Parkers retirement has previously been fixed for November WHENEVER they want to locate a mine at Port Arthur the Russians send out a warship Then they mark the place where the ship blew up IT IS a fact beyond question that so long as Grandpa Davis continues to dance the Democratic campaign treasurer cannot pull his leg VOTER of incorporated towns should not forget that October the 4th is the day for registration IF YOU live in an incorporated town you cant vote in November un less you register A GREAT many people are like whiskers They live on cheek HISTORY is a standing rebuke to Democratic promises A Remarkable Document Hartford Ky August 24904 Pursuant to request of my husband I hereby give up release and de liver to A L Crume administrator of Samuel Mitchell property sufficient to pay all debts owing by my hUB band and ask that he sell enough of said property set aside to me to pay said demands JOSIE MITCHELL The above brief Instrument of writ Ing was executed as will be observ ed by the widow of the late Samuel Mitchell and by it she gives up prop erty that she sorely needs herself that her deceased husbands debts may be paid Such a spirit should be commanded by every true American citizen for it is of such that true citizenry is composed GENERAL INTELLIGENCE A supposed case of leprosy has been reported to the Illinois State Board of Health from Lasalle and as a result a quarantine has bean established thereInternal Revenue Collector George Lleberth of Covington Ky has been exonerated of the charge of violating the civil service regula tions President Roosevelts letter of ac ceptance is now being transcribed in its final form and will be sent to the printer in a day or two The report of the State Insurance Commissioner Prewitt to the Auditor shows that the collections for the fiscal year ending June 30 last are 46 27427 in excess of lat years collectionOne was killed and three oth ers were seriously wounded in a feud fight between the Whltnkers and Al tizers at a church gathering fifteen miles from Tazewell Va The Government report for the past week states that as a whole the tem perature has been favorable to grow ing crops While the weather In the Hoods unquestional liver medicine known It positively and permanently cures every humor from Pimples to Scrofula It is the Best Blood Medicine c Ohio Valley region has been unfav orable yet corn has made improvement Cotton seems to have made good progress only in certain sections Rust is reported for nearly every section Boll weevils are destructive in Texas A general improve ment is reported in tobacco The biggest battle of the war between Russia and Japan is in progess near Lino Yang and may continue for several days The armies are equally matched in point of numbers and it is estimated at St Petersburg that about 400000 men are engaged in the conflict which is generally referred to as the decisive battle of the war The official news tells little of the strategic situation and there is no estimate of the casunllties There has been desperate fighting on the southern center of the Russian forces and the Japanese seem to be end av oring to turn the Russian right fUnk The fighting on the west is said to have approached within three miles ol Liao Yang Citizens ot that town are watching the battle from towers and housetops Large employers of labor in Chica go regard the stock yard strike as approaching an early collapse are said to bs preparing for an organ ized movement against union labor The closing down of large industrial concerns is believed to be a part of the plan to wrest Chicago from its position as the stronghold oforgan ized labor in the United States A Confederate monument was un vailed Tuesday on the battlefield of Bull Run at Groveton Va The troops of the United States army assembled in the vicinity for the annual maneuvers took part in the exer clsrs and Gen Corbin delivered the address The principal speech was by Governor Montague The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South convened in its eighty fourth annual session at Lexington Wednesday The first net ol importance was to refuse to reinstate the Rev Julius Wright who was transferred to the Indian Miision last year The Indian Mission would nut recognize his cre dentials o a 0 For Sale On Saturday September 17 J94 I will offer tor sale at public outcry to the highest and bes b drier at my farm 3 miles east of Hartford all my Farm Implements Wagon Buggy 3 good Work Marts one suckling Mue 2 Cows and Calvestz head Hogs 4 ooo pounds loose Hay Household and Kitchen furniture I also offer my farm consisting of 83 acres fine bottom land for sale See me for price on farm Sale will begin at 9 oclock a m Terms of sale made known on day of sale Jo A BoRN TT 713 Hartford Ky Dont fail to see Ajax the famous highdiver at the Ohio County Fair this year He preforms a thrilling feat Early Nominations Probable Among the aspirants for nomina tion for the various county officers and Republicans in general there seems to be a universal desire to have the party name its standard bearers at an early date In many of the neighboring counties conventions and primary elections have already been called The members of the Republican Executive Committee have been called to meet here next Saturday and at this meeting they will no doubttake some action with reference to the time and mannuer of nominat ing candidates for the various county officera to be elected next year Whatever the committee sees fit to do will meet the approbation of the party as its personel represents the best there is in the organization The Premium list of the Ohio County Fair has been doubled this year This means some thing W Hows This Best Steak at Ira Arbuckles at loc proportion dn I I TE3E GEE TI Ohio County FairI AT Hartford Kentucky Begins Wednesday Sept 21 4 Days Special Features Large Purses Unusual Attractions AJAX Champion headL foremost hign world from 80foot ladder into tank water only four feet during Fair toI witness thrilling sight Women and Children admitted free It be the Fair of all Fairs You cant to miss it a Catalogue 4 1 4 Dont ForgetHartford Wednesday September 21 o i DEATH SENTENCE Given Robert Mathley At Ow ensboro Wednesday Was Tried for the Murder of Emma and James Gregson Owensboro Ky Aug 31For Dajvlesstyfour years a Oavless county jury returned a death penally verdict In a murder case We the jury find the defendant Robert S Mathley guilty and fix his punishment at death The verdict was announced at 907 oclock this morning after the jury had considered the case exactly forty two minutes Only one vote was taken on the verdict sediment of the jurors being unanimous on the first ballot for the death penalty Mathley was tried for the murder of young Emma Watkins in Owens boro on June 26 ol this year The trial was on Saturday and the and were completed at a late hour Tues afternoon The jury did not consider the case until this morning On Sunday night June 26 Mathley went to the home of Will Warren where Emma Watkins his sweetheart was staying He had asked the girl h n The diver of the will dive the top of an a of deep every day the Dont fail the first day will best afford Get Watkins commenced testimony arguments to mArry him and she had refused She lived with his mother for a time and alleged before her death that the- tefaun sheleft was on account of the cruelty of Mathley While fnth Icy T as at the Warren home talking to the girl James Gregson came in lie took a seat in the room with the couple Suddenly without warning Mrtthley pulled a revolver from his pocket and fired a bullet into the billy of Gregson He then turned the weapon on the young woman and fired a bullet through her breast She tell to the floor lead Gregson was mortally wounded He crawled to the door and out in the yard vowinghevented by two young men who were attracted by his shots Gregson was removed to the hospital where he died the following night Mathley was arrested In the Warren house at the side of the dead girl who was on ly seventeen years of age Well boss Ive got to hang for It said Mnthley when token bick to the jail this morning He was I brought to the courtroom at s oclock verdictIbeen struck by some unseen object His eyes which he allowed to remain half closed during the trial opened wide License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue Justice Wilson Horse Branch to Sara E Evans Horse Branch David B Duke Rosine to Lula Allen Ros Ine Henry A Harl Fordsvllle to oU PeytonSmithBaixetown rNotice Each Local tnlon of the A S of Hof Ohio county is earnestly y t1i rtquested to send at least two dele gates to a meeting to be held at Fordfiville on the fourth Saturday in September 1904 preparatory to setting IAO equitable price on the 194 crops ttobacco as per request ol National Union F M Sighs Publication Committee Ohio Co Dr M H Tappan t A graduate of the South Bend Optical College and of many years experience at the Jewelers bench is now permanently located at Hartford People need ing his servicesineitherde partment are asked to call Examinations and esti mates free Headquarters at Y M C A Buildingy Hartford Ky flrl rAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I FALL SHOES I sR t 4 Our entire line of Indies childrens and ttkt 4 men S FALL SHOE is now in Never be t = lore have wu had a more satisfactory lineti4unlplete in every respect and at prices be t low competition If you isle interested in = 4 HONEST SHOES at LOW PRICES dont t4 full to make us a visit 9 4 94- q4 4 I For Ladies 9 9 j We handle the Jriesmeyer line matchless forbi J style and durability After eighteen years of ex JJ 9a4 J price Come and see them You can hardly fail r 44to lind a satisfactory pair 4i 9 9Lreco4r4niitll everywhere as the best School Shoes on earth g 41 41 Dont buy Show with paper countres and insoles 9 C1 when you can get ILE Shoes for thositme money 9 and have the satisfaction of knowing that they are t thoroughly reliable in every respect Bo sure and 4get our pries hero re buying Shoes t- 4i 41 Por Men 9 41 9 The Victor line Come in Patent Kid Vici Uox it 41 Calf and Calfskin Superior to other lines in StyleC+ t1 41 lit and wearing quaI I tieJCJY pair guaranteed or 4a new pair instead Dont be put oil with any kind of 4 Shoes Much depends upon your feet hut insure bA comfort by wearing the Victor 94 4 Uargains eyery lay in Dry Joods Clothing La t i lies and dents Furnishings We solicit your pat it 1 9JWI 41 g TRADE AT 4 The Bargain Center 4 4 4i tl f41 41 tf Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo Tablo j North lloiniil Sin eh Huh uI 1Sdnn41tn in No ri iiititn U19 liS ltlduol11rpIII No 1111Iii 1 s I I- ISII1 luI2t0Im No IU ililc 9r im Fresh fish at City Restaurant r Economy Store lor Novelties New Pursep Vice Stocks latest in Belts Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat For Boys Clothing see our line ECONOMY STORE John Blair Buford called to see us Monday Fairs can fix you In a Telescope Suit Case or Trunk City Restaurants Ice Cream Is simply fine Try It John Miller Rosine called to see us Wednesday i City Restaurantmost uptodate place In Hartford Call and see C M Jones Centertown called at Tim REPUBLICAN office Wednesday William Hardin and wife Point Pleasant were pleasant callers Monday I New lot of boys and childrens Suits and Odd Pants just received 0 ECONOMY STORE Mr R F Robert of Union City y V Tens spent a lew days In Hartford this week I New Percals for Waists at Fairs J W Thomas Rosine called to see us Wednesday J B Stogner Centertown caled to see us Wednesday Mr Lennie Dodson was in town Wednesday on business I See Fairs new readymade Skirt I at 2 Actual value 3 5 Noveltlen In Side or Back Combs Purses Collars Etc at Fairs S M Dexter Centertown called at THE REPUBLICAN office Wednesday For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurant J G Wilson of the Salem neighborhood was a pleasant caller Wed I nesday j Best fencing wire at T J Turley Cos nt 215 per hundred for 15 days only 62 Fairs want to sell you your School Shoes None but the best handled I by them I Mr Sam Riley Buford has accept ed a position with with the Hartlor- Mill Co IHerman Stogner Centertown call ed at THE REilWLiCAN office Wed tiesday Mr and Mrs J B Dodson attend ed the Association at Bells Run Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Lucy King who has been visiting in the country for the past three weeks hue returned home Look at our bargain counter hats and see if you cant find something to suit at half price CARSON Co Mr Charley Huff and family Sulphur Springs visited Mr and Mrs A L Hudson Saturday and Sun day E J Leach Beda made us a pleas ant call yesterday Miss Leona Maddox Is visiting friends and relatives at Rockport You can get la cforEggsby bring ing them to Carson Co D mt forget that Carson Co will buy your Prodnc Eggs Butter c Best fencing wire at T J Turley Cos at 215 per hundred for 15 days only6t2Rev J H Burnett City was a pleasant caller at TilE REPUBLICAN J office yesterday mat fencing wire at T J Turley Sfc Cos at 215 per hundred for 15 days only6t2I Hartford and PhUpotbastbiH teams will cross bats at the Fair grounds next Saturday- WANTEDA good reliable i6hand high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR Mr A C Taylor has bought an ex cellent building lot on Union Street adjoining Mr Dudley Ford Mr Marvin Moseley of Macan Ky has accepted position as a salesman for Fair Co Leave your Laundry at Cleve Iltr tf grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 461 Dr M II Tappan the optician and expert jeweler of Greenville has lo cated permenently with us Best fencing wire at T J Turley 5i Cos at 2 15 per hundred for 15 days only 6 2 Mrs W M Fair has been absent a few days in Louisville and Cincinnati purchasing tall millinery for Fair Co Carson Co are still offering bargains in Dress Goods Clothing Shoes and many articles too numerous to mention Mr G G Fair mention of whose serious lllnefs appeared In THE RE IUHLICAN some time ago is improv lug slowly The annual session of the Ohio County Baptist Association was held at Bells Run church Tuesday and Wednesday Hon M L Heavrin will leave the last of the week to be present at a meeting of the State Central Commit tee at Louisville Monday Matured or unmatured life Insurance policies In old line companies bought for cash or loans will be made thereonR E LEE SIMMERMAN Tilt REPUBLICAN job printing de partment has completed A new direc tory for the Rough River telephone It shows that the company now has more than 310 phones in the county A barn and all of its contents be longing to Reuben Stewart who lives about a mile North of Cromwell was consumed by fire Tuesday night about 8 oclock It is thought that the fire was intentionally started by someone Commencing Sept isth one way colonist 2nd class ticket win be sold Beaver Dam to San Francisco Gal andother California points taking same rate for 3515- S B VAN METER Agt Rev J H Burnett R B Martin J G Keown Judea J P Miller Prof 0 M Shultz J T Wallace and Dudley Ford were among the number of Hartfords citizens who attended th Baptist Association at Bells Run this week Messrs R E L Simmerman Democrat and E M Woodward Republican have been appointed election commissioners for this county for the ensuing year Sheriff Cat P Keown by virtue of his official capacity is the other member of the board Curdsd27 1904 fever and was buried in the Mt Car mel cemetery on Saturday The fu eras sermon wan preached at Mt Carmel Baptist church by Rev J H Burnett The large crowd of people at the funeral showed the popularity of Mr Cox Mr T R Bishop one of the coun tys most honored and respected citizens died at his home near Ceralvo last Wednesday after a lingering ill ness of quite awhile His remains were intered in the Lone Star ceme tery the next day The large attend ance at the burial rites was indicative of the high esteem In which Uncle Thomas as be was familiarly known wag held by his wide circle of friends Mr J H B Carson of the firm ol Carson Co is purchasing the fall stock for his firm J W Hale Foidsviltt has been doing some work for the Rough River telephone this wet k Miss Hattie Reynolds Fair Gos efficient milliner is in the East equipping herself for the tall trade Mr W A Wallace ot N ka Butler county wes united in marriage to Mrs Annie Wall of Louisville at the County Clerks office yesterday Rev N Jarnaiiln officiated Petitions have been filed in County by the requisite number of citi zens of about fifteen precincts of the county praying that the question as to whether or not stock shall be per mitted to run at large in such pre cincts be subjected to the vote of the voters in those precincts at the No vember election Assessor H F Lowe has appointed his deputy assessors for the ytar They are distributed over the county- as follows L B Loney McHenry S M Leach Cromwell JG Wilson Rosine J W Thomas Rosine R B Whlttlnghlll Trisler J A Petty Narrows J A Greer Adaburg G D Royal Reynolds T D Owen Livermore Toconform to an amend ment to the assessment law the is set smen twill be taken this year a 3 ol the first of September Insttai of the fifteenth as heretofore Mr J F Wallace who lives a few mites north of Hartford has about recovered from the effects of a very se rious accident which happened to him some few weeks ago He with two other parties were hauling some calve sin a wagon and one of them in some way fell on its back under the seaton which Mr Wall ace and the oth ers were stated it began kicking and knocked the seat and all on it out to the ground at which time the horses began to tunanay Mr Wallace held on to the lines and was drug a short distance when he released them The fall and the drag together produced a very severe strain in his left leg and other painful injuries For Sale Eight head of horseu among them two head of draft horses Rest ol them are fine harness horses One fine Jack known as Black Diamond 13 rlggs and harness all in good con action and terms reasonebe Any further information call on F M AiLEN 43 Centertown Ky ROCKPORT Aug 31 Sam Reed a Rockporl darkey lost a silver watch and learn ed a lesson that he will not soon for get Tuesday He with several other negroes were at the depot when an excursion train bound for Louisville arrived Reed entered conVE- rsation with one of the coons on the train and when he looked for his time piece later he discovered tJ at it was missing y Charley Brownlivlng in this coun ty came to Rockport last Saturday tanked up on mean whisky andwent to a picnic across the nv r He be came angry and drawing a pistol fired at the ground He had no sooner done so than he was overpowered and his pistol taken from him He then went to cross the river and be cause ferryman Howard objected to the talk he was using before some h dies he attempted to cut Howards throat Howard struck him over the head several times with a wagon andewent to McHenry where it is said the marshal attempted to arrest him Brown fired two shots at the marshal and in turn was shot at six times one shot tearing a piece out of his coat sleeve For tbe first time In the history ol Rockport a negro jury fat in the trial of a case here Saturday and as are suIt the citizens of the city are very indignant over the matter The cas was that of Joe Short a negro Short and a young white boy had trouble and short procured a big butcher knife and returned to renew the fight Tbe knife was taken away from him and both were arrested When the case came upthe white boy was fined i cent and cost which will amount to about 15 Short was also taken be fore the police judge and demanded a negro jury This was granted and it was clearly shown that Short was guilty but the jury dismissed him Several days ago arrangements were made to have about fifteen men from Rockport to go theSt Louis fair on tbe police force Suits were order ed and all were In high spirits until yesterday when a telegram came say Ing that they were not needed t Special Bargains 3 for September J We mean to make the month of August one of the greatest bargain months ever given by us during our several years of business In order to reduce to its lowert limit our summer stockso that we can make room lor our stock which arrives Septemberi S 1st we place upon our bargain counters dull offer special val ues in Summer Clothing Dress Efoods and allother thin goods such as Organdies Dimities Lawns 4 Foulard Silk Etc Straw Hats for 4it gents and children Lowcut Shoes for men ladies and children also many other things too numerous to mention if t Dont fail to visit us in this month You cant afford to miss the rare values we offer Bring along your Produce of allj kinds and get highest market price for same fold carry home double jt- he value in merchandise that oth ers would pay you for them I Thanking you for your liberal patronage of the past season and hping to merit a continuance of the same we rfa 4 are always Yours for business j t S J TIC HEN 0 R + McHenr99 I y 4444a 44J4 Subscribe For The Republican Something Very Elegant 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 prof itable for you to deal with me Yours for trade SAM BACH t HARTFORD k APPLES WORTH 10 A BITE Fruit From Zanzibar Is Perhari the Rarest on Earth Of nil fruits Zanzibar apples are perhaps the rarest Dozens of trees together will only bear a few of these apples and the time of picking them bas to be carefully selected They must be gathered just a month before they would ripen otherwise they will quickly spoil These Zanzibar apples have reach ed the enormous price of 100 each They are not large probably con taining ten bites at 10 a bite The apples have to be specially ordered for no caterer would ever dream of keeping them in stock Custard apples are another expen sive luxury They can be purchased at prices ranging from seventyfive cents to 25 each according to Quali ty and according to those whose judgment in such matters is consider ered to be absolutely correct must be eaten with pepper and silt Two 0 the most fashionable fruits in the winter months are muscat grapes strawberries and until the end o January the latter are beyond the reach of people of moderate means A member of Mrs Astors 600 not long since went into a wellknown fruiterers in New York and offered 250 to the manager if he could pro vide enough strawberries for five peo ple that evening The manager un dertook to deliver the fruit within seven hours and then proceeded to wire forty different fruit gardens within sixty miles of the metropolis for strawberries Seventeen gardens within sixty miles of the metropolis for strawberries Seventeen gardens provided the required amount of strawberries the remaining twenty three not being able to propuce a single one and by 630 oclock that evening the fruit was delivered at a cost of nearly 2 50 for each straw berryThere are several persons in New York whose weekly bill for grapes at this season runs to never less than 100 They pay 5 a pound for the best muscat grapes and receive at least three pounds a day The manager ofa wellknown fruit erers establishment recently declared that many people who set high priced fruit In the window will buy it just to see what it tastes like and in this way these samplers as they are called by the trade are a considerable source of profit to many of the highclass fruiterers These samplers will cheerfully spend a dollar on an apple or a pear to enjoy the experi ence of eating such a luxury Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleed ing itching and protruding PilesI eczema cuts burns bruises andall skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numer ous worthless counterfeits Ask fo- rDeWittsthe genuine Sold byi A Wayne Griffin Bro SHERIFFS SBLE The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the sheriff of Ohio county greet- Ing We command you that you ex pose to sale the estate of J H Morris the following described property towit One tract or parcel of land bounded as follows On the north by the Illinois Central railroadon the east by the J MlTilford farm on the south by the tract oi land bought by defendant Morris from J J Til lord on the west by the lands of Ben Kelly The land levied on being the same bought by defendant from Spur eon Foster and containing 6 or 8 acresmore or less which according to our coma ands you have taken into your hands and which still remains in your hands unsold as you have certified to the Judge ol our Ohio Circuit Court to satisfy G D Autry for the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the I4th day of May Ijoa unpaid Also the sum of 5fc5 which in the same court was adjudged to him for his costs in that behaf expended whereof G D Autry hath recovered execution against the said J H Mor ris by virtue of a transcript from G W Martins justice court to the Ohio Circuit court and that you have the I said sums of money before the Judge of said court at the court house in succeedingsnext to satisfy the said plaintiff his debt interest and cos aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness It G Brrdss clerk of our said Court at the court house aforesaid this 29th day of July 194 and in the 112 year of the Common wealth E G BARRASS Clerk By F L SANDERFUR D C Pursuant to the above order I will offer for sale the above described prop erty at the court house door in Hart ford Ohio county Ky on Monday the 5th day of September 1904 be tween the hours of one oclock p m and 3 oclock p m to the highest and best bidders or so much thereof as is necessary to produce the sum requiredTERMS OF SALEThree months with approved security CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By S O KEOWN D S Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little W1Vatfkins ot Pleasant City Ohio Pneu himfa set Doctors treated him but be grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Every body ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin and Bro Druggist Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free Runaway Team Stopped by Faithr- Atlntheelconventionttt Trilnine ot Christian Scientists today testimony was giv en as to the success claimed for the science in perventing runaways One incident was recounted to have cccurr ed in Omaha last week Mrs Wakeley testified that she believed a treatment for fear which she gave enabled Florence Fuller a four teenyearold girl to steer a team of frightened houses for two miles though the city without mishap On the way the child give a little frightened cry and looked directly into the eyes of Mrs Wakeley who lays that she at once gave a treat ment for fear Mrs A G Beeson testified that she gave her horse which had become frightened at a passing automo bile a similar treatment and that within three blocks she had the frac tions animal under complete control More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave an an individual dis order of the s stem Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be fol lowed by utter collapse unless are liable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver and Kid ney as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medldine for run down systems It dispels Ner vicusness Rhoumatism and Neural gia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by 35 Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist The Arkansas Nation Iuk Ehyah drawled Mr Plunk Jar lick a prominent but mossgrown citizen of the great Commonwealth- of Arkansas Wife trains the children up in the way they should go when she aint got nothln else to do but Im here to say it takes about all the time of a tollable cmart man toI complete the edjercation of a huntln dog u Has Sold a Pile of Chamber lains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains CoughI Remedy for more than twenty and it lids given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can ret ommend it highly Joseph McElhi ney Luitou Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists Poss the Dopel From trustworthy persons come the rather remarkable statement of what lightning did at Herbert Roberts on the old Cloverport road neer Camps shop on Saturday night says the electricity editor of the Breckenridge Democratic It stuck a clothes line ran into the lieu house at the corner where a sitting biddy was taking care of fifteen promising eggs Her tail and wing feather were burne I off and the material ot the net was consumed running down the Huhltning tore upa shuvrl and a balm that were below the nest Here it ceased and was heard ol no more The next day thirteen of the eggs hatched and five of the chickens had blisters on their backs Now lets have the facts of light niug peculiar doings in the Glendeane neighborhood n few years ago Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional rem edies Deafness is cured by inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound of imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken our and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forever nine case out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cous surfaceIWe have given away One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls C atarrh Cure Send for circulars free P S Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills frconsti pation j t7At3TORIILBe- ars I theTha Kind You Hare Always Bourn i Signature JlLJ I of SenseIA Keen The Parson Young man have you ever seriously consided your duty to othersFutterIndeed i I have I visited j a summer resort recently and II hadnt been there twentyfour hours before I bad kissed every girl in the i hotel I 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a sketch Mid description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Communira- tloneatrlettyconodentlalHAND00K on Patent sent free Oldest for securing patent Talent taken through Munn do Co receive nol ce without charge In tbe Scientific American- A handsomely Illuitrated weekly Largest circulation of any iclenttoc journal Terms 13 a rear four month IL Sold by all neifidealeriu MUNN Co361BfMd New York Braocb Office 635 F 8 U Wuhlngton U Co FOR SALE AVe have fur sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship ill the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or add resITUB RKITJJLICAN I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For NUMPTIOX Price OLIr9SOca 1100- A Perfect For All Throat and I Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free I Nasal CATARRHIn i should bo cleanliness Elys Cream Balm clean cs soothes and heats the diseased membrane It curve catarrh anti drives I quickly away a cold In the head i Cream Balm Is placed Into the nwtrlls spreads neIlICIlmImCdlale jlits or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mall i ELY UUOT1IEKS 50 Warren Street New York i j I Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to i Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CrUELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE I Via MEMPHIS tttffelfrWm AM- Aad Palnte 11UM MEXICO m lf CUFGRK iERVICEDINING Cart I ELECTRIC LlGI1TED TRAINSI tw rsrttar Wirmilion Idurtlilni Miller Fir Jddmi R T G MATTHEWS Tnt Nil litRoom 202 Eqillibli Bide LOUISVILLE XT d C TOWrlSCND C P kT AGT ST LOUIS Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pullman Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m dailyI via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally during March and April 19 M to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glen wood Springs Salt Like City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tiles days each month For map folJtrd descriptive literature rates etc con sult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHKWS T P A i Room 301 IIJouisville r The Smart Set j I A Magazine of Cleverness Magazines should have a welldefined purpose lenuine entertainment amusement anti mental recreation j are the motives of Tin SMART SKT MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINESI Its novels a complete one in every number are by the most brilliant authors of both hemispheresIIts short stories are matchlessclean and full of human interest Its poetry covering the entire fieldof verse pathos love humor tendernessis11r the most popular poets men and women of the day Its jokes witticism sketches etc are admittedly- the most mirthprovoking 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING- No pages are wasted on cheap illustrations editorial va porings or wearying essays and idle discussions Every page will interest charm stud refresh you Subscribe now250 per year Remit checque P 0 or express order or registered letter to Tins SMART Sir 452 Fifth Avenue New York N BSample copies sent free on application BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO AIIIICMAN TIn Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEWRailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Seeping Gals elegant Coaches with High BackSeats Complete Illustratel Fold er of the Worlds Fair furnished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds lair March IFllr nitrx thus nf train1 Sliiiiliic Cur liv rr viitlniiK I Itrill mi MIIV Tlrkct cent urml sire O I HrCAUTY ti nIInrAgent1- inhttintI t film or n N into W X l IA liiuUrlllfKv KoiiJ jJ1111 irE i SOUTHERN R PIVJY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST I Fastest and Best to th- oIWORLDSFAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville floO u ni daily Arrive St Louis lJU p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car Leave Louisville 10 lo p in dally Arrive St Louis T33a in dally Solid through trains from Louisville withsixteen section Pullman lecpI ers All trains make close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wabaeh Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair GrouudsI Low Excursion RatesWill be announcedsoon P Eo CARK Passenger und Ticket Agent Lnuiaville Ky A J CIIONK Depot Ticket Agent KyClEnron1 District Ps eenper Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyGEl Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo h We have Scholarships covering ten months inI the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business College f If you are going to school call on or address theRepublican for Scholarship si1dANLY DOYS r aI ll MEAN MANLY MENI your boy with a STEVENS and let him t shnotlnrrinARMS are llellublo Hnfo and Accurate they have had these qualities since 1864 We manufacture a complete line ol RIFLES PISTOLS SHOTGUNS For Sale by oil dealers There are a few of them Ml teller send In NOW for that ingenious hurls which we forward on re ceipt of 4 cents in stamps detailcdIdescriptionsolentire I I J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO 1OBox3x11ter I ChlcnproPalls 3Iii n IT SA MOllntain Lake Part ON CRUST OF THIS i1RROJIRNY MOUNTAINS The Ioptilm e4sanvs7scs- i CHot of the Bnst Gliailtailqda Meeting AUGUST 2nd to 30th B 0 SW WILL SKIL EXCURSION TICKKTS AT Very Low Rates Good Going August I to 29 Inclusive Good returning to und Including Sept 5th 194 VestUmled Trains daily to Puk Pullman Draw 3Solid Sleepers observation Cars Coaches wlthJ bick seats andexcellent Car Service For further Particulars CortMilt Auctits i II V O SK H If or addrcnn o I MCCARTY Urn IhtMtIUrlgI1hu Ihlmtl I- Ili H 1IKOWN 7 1IIIIIIIh FOR SALEAn unlimited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican t01L9TORIL1Boon theThe Kind You Hire Aleays Bttghl JI r i St IIIKMT r I SMITH BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Illltl FOKI KY Will prnrllrrllitlriiriitmmlnn III nil tin court ndjnlnlerrnuntlnndlnurtollpprnlrSr rllllIlInl1Itll III KAN llxllu- naFRANK L FELIX Attorney at LawIIAlCTFOItn KY Will rinllri hl prurrdnti In nblii Ind tJ JiilitliiK riiuiitv mid In tin tuner nf Aiipmln Crlinlnnl jiriKtlrr and CnllntliiiiH a rpclxlty- Uahr In tin HrniM liulldliix CHAS M CROWE LiAWYELR HAKTroitn KY Will irnctlv hlx pruNKnlon III nil the ourt n1 ulili Bud iiiljiilnln oiiiiiitlcM Bud In the four of AiidlN Sinliil lUtiiiMim Blvn tv rrllilltlitl- liriiftlcfiuiil III rullrrtlnnN Illllrr rirnir Mnr t and ivntiT Ntri itiriiiniiiiioriii riii Ktalr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAY HARTFORD KY rollIIII1I11I1oJ1I1t73 IIrllIIIIrhhldrpnbllrgnure u R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFOKO KY Fr1rrnlreoir1rerrn furtiInrdunt3 Q h 1 1111111 IIIISI IIIIIIW1tl HEAVRIN WOODWARD ctCUg e 11r1p v lit117111truth in nil theIunrt IIII 111 elnl sit entiuu ivn rrhultutl protl Bud rnllrdens Jill next door to Ihuik rlll1rlfr1 C W H BARNES Attorney at LawXU ATTdllXKYllAiiTniiiii w 111 irnctlii his iiriifHiin 111111111 icuir InthInnrtlppcnlNIniHlnoM IMtniMrcl tu hiHiiin rolliMtlnnx piil Ity Otllcn liicoiirttnniKt YANCYL MOSLEY TT011NEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky 11111 prnrtlre Ills proferInn In till the CuiirtH nf erlnpprnlNOllliHoipr Tlrit Natlniiiil llmik WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEI 1 MostlnQuanUty Beit In Quality For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies 1 Y- E30La ay ALL CX1UGoGoXSTS w Prepared try 1+ JAMES F BALLARD St Lout For Sale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky r i y t- L iRHEUMATISMother cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are nut satisfied your money will he cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL COl 130 West Main St Louisville Ky H A DoYoijTake QuinineI- v 10 to 1 you do If you tiro a victim of malaria Dont Do It Ito Dangerous Well admit It will euro malaria but it leaves r almost lewdly after uuVirU HERBINEisto euro malaria Ji Iiuuladu bilioiisutias and all stomach kidnoy and liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents n Bottle All Druflrfints anacu+ aonw For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES rim RKITNLICAX and Louisville Herald12rill RKprmicAX and Louisville Herald 250 t1 rim KKPUIIUCAN andOulilrJourmi1 150 TilE RKPITIIMCAX idol New York Tribune 125 TUB RKprnucAX and ThrieeaWeek World 105 TilE liKPtMiucAX and YelhnvJaeket 125 Tin RKITUMCAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THK RKITHMCAX and Home and Farm 125 Tim RKITUMCAX and Lippenootts and Cosmopolitan 325 JF v a OUT IN CALIFORNIA The Triennial Conclave of Knights Templar will beheld in the early fall Thousands are going Its a good time There is no Iou ht but that all good Amer hans desire to see the folded Stale some time Heres an opportunity Is there anything to prevent your taking advantage os the exceptionally low rates an nounced for this occasion Three Rock Island Routes Via Memphis through the Great Southwest Via St Louis anti the new line to Kansas City and Colorado Via Kansas City and Colorado Tickets on Sale Jhlg 5 to LO IRates from your home town on Geo H Lee iPll Ill Atlt Lute hock Ark lhl lr t McGuire filet IIIH Aeatl- Inelnnntl U I II 4r Health For a QuarterPe- ople who have torpid liver find life a misery All they need is a mild remedy like FAON5hLxIILLS AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its proper work and the Pellets invig orate the system In short they both assist L Nature as a medicine should doc A Complete Treatment Se c I cents ne4 11111 Gttt111I 0 1 1 x 11 1111 I fPaio1af The Modern tonicn dose before each meal will make you feel strong and well PANOLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys Ja Grippe and general debility Made by the LiETcmiKLD PHAR MACAI Co IncForsale by IJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I I I x w r Do College Women Marry Two queseions are very familiar to those who are interested in college training for women the first is does college unfit H woman lor home life and the sc nd Do college women marry The writer hs often wonder ed whether the first question is urged upon the faculty ol a mans college The mans wo k for the home is different from the womeus but is it not quite as definite hi its own tray and as im portant that his training shall fit him for it It is KS turned that the broader his culture the wider his horizon the more will he be able to add to that which should be the centtr of his life how ever mnnllohl his outbide interests It is illogical to think tint the con trary result is to be expected irons the education of a woman and txperiecne always proves that logic is right Discontent lack of a appreciation and inefficiency in the l011e are less of ten seens among college woman than among those who lave never been away from home and thus do not re illZ its full value Certainly in no class of woman is the home instinct stronger than among thrse whose lives are spent largely in the college It Savod his Leg P A Danfortli ofLaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Buckleus Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the bt salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cts Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists 5550 To California And Return 5550 Via Big Four Route On sale August isth to April 9th Louisville Commandery Knights Templar Special train haves Louis vine August 23d Rate open to the public Send for Itinerary giving full particulars S J GATES Genl Agt Odd Bits of Information There are 2 400 mineral waters bottled in New York City All the officers and stockholders of a bank in the Creek nation are ne groesChristian societies are presenting copies of the Bible to Japanese sol diers at the front China holds the worlds record in the way executions There are at lest 12000 legal executions yearly- It is is estimated that about 5 per cent or about 85000000 ot the an nual income from American railroads goes to foreign investors The cleanest town in the United States is said to be Shakertown Ky inhabited by Shakers It has a large brick hotel but no business houses A Pennsylvania fisherman has dis covered that bullfrogs act as sentries to fish and that it is useless to try to to catch bass when a deepvoice bel lowing frog is watching An English Farmer has had sever al cats killed stuffed and placed in threatening attitudes among the branches of his fruit trees Not a bird will come anywhere near the or chardThe toad is exceedingly greedy It feeds continuously throughout the night and in 24 hours consumes a quantity of insects equal to about four time its stomach capacity When the originator ol the genuine eu de cologne died aged eighty he gave his secret to his nephew and heir Since I7C9 only 10 persons have seen the receipt which is kept in a box trebly locked Bettor Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is better than a plaster for a lame back and for pains in the side of chest Pain Balm has superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated muscular and rheu matic pain For sale by all druggists The Speechless Candidate Chkagu lhronklel Judge Parker has decided not to make any speeches during the cam paign The announcement is made on the authority of an intimate as sociate of the Judge and is made piecemeal so that the public may be the better able to bear it First he gives out the preparatory sta ement that the Judge has no faith in the utility of speechmaking for its own sake Then comes the more definite admission that he will make no speeches anywhere for the mere purpose of appearing in any given locality Finally he gives It out that you may say with the ut most confidence that under no con ditions will Judge Parker make any speech anywhere In this way he lets the public know the worst but in such a gradual way that it is spar ed the shock of an abrupt announce meat No one ever expected Judge Packer to make any speeches He had writ ten the State platform without saying anything he had sent his telegram to the St Louis convention without saying anything and he had made his speech of acceptance without saying anything and even if he hud gone Oi the stump he would not have said anything but for fear he might acci dentally say something he has con eluded not to go on the stump Some of his admin roi still claim that he will say something in his inaugural ad dressif he ever makes one This is the man whose admirers in every breath are hailing as manly courageous outspoken and fearless These terms applied to Judge Parker are like the names ol the depots on a treeless prairie every one of which is a grove or a mount The public is asked to accept an attractive name for an unat tractive reality As for Judge Parker he is the reverse of all that he is claimed to be He is a political clam a Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale dally Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo ColHt rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 31st for return S B VAN METER Agt A Story of Webster- On one occasion Daniel Webster was on his way to Washington and was compelled to proceed at night by stage from Baltimore He had no traveling companion and the driver had a sort of felon look which pro duced no inconsiderable alarm in the secator I endeavored to tranquilize myself said Mr Webster and bad partly succeeded when we reached the dark woods between Bladensburg and Washington a propel scene for mur der or outrage and here I confess my courage again deserted me Just then the driver turned to me and with a gruB voice inquired my name I gave it to him Where are you go ing said he The reply was To Washington I am a senator Up on this the driver seized me frequent ly by the hand andexclalmed How glad I am I took you for a highwayman RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind The 5 cent packet Is enough for nxunl occasions Tlie family bottle 60 cents contains u supply or n year All UruggUti sell them r Why Some People are Poor Their ideas are larger than their pursesThey think lithe world owes them a livingThey do not keep account of their expendituresThey easy dupes of schemers and promoters They reverse the maxim Duty before pleasure They have too many and too ex pensive amusements They do not think it worth while to save nickels and dimes They have risked an assured com petence in trying to get rich quickly They allow friends to impose upon their good nature and generosity They try to do what others expect of them not what they can afford They do not think it worth while to put contracts or agreements in writingOneMinutoCoughOure For Coughs Colds and Croup Tabloid Philosophy- The chronic kicker envies the cen tipedeManly beauty is more ornamental than useful The fellow who invites trouble gen erally gets an acceptance You cant convince the fellow who knows it all that Ignorance is bliss If every man should profit by his own mistakes we would all be better offThe judge makes a charge but the lawyer stands more chances of col lectingMany a fellow who marries for money has to be satisfied with a meal ticket Settled There never was much doubt about I I BALLSAlways restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used Roosevelt carrying the West but whatever there was will evaporate when the news arrives there that Grandpa Davis plays poker every night with white chips that have no money value Hodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago 111 on Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued to each holder of one or more shares of 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 ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from 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 journey to Chicago only during the four days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secreta ry Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as 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 Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be car ried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the Company H A HACKSTABP Se- cyCAf9TORI6Bean thethe Kind You Have Always Bos gM Signature T of Fresh Bait SalesladyI cant sell these ribbons at thirty cents Floor WalkerThen make them thirtynine and onehalf cents Ntll Sence Maude has been wearing glasses does she think she sees betterBelleWen she thinks she looks better Can Yon Figure 200Given AwayTO CUSTOMERS OF Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess6 5000 Second 2500 Third 1000 00L10UINext 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer alldandruffj Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber laud Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition CtP NOWLIN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance WlIlm l DmT Ohio CQucty Circuit Court TF lllrkliend Judge lieu U UlnKoAttorney T H Jllnck Juller Ed U DnrriiHH Clerk Trunk I Felix Mniter Co- mm1lonerYLMoeeley1ruteoJury Fund Ca 1 Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sborltf C Keown Clarence l own Jo 11 Robert Sam Keown O7CourtconvcneH first Mon day In March and August and continues three weckHnnd third Monday In May and November two week County CourtJ 1 Miller Judge MS ling and Clerk W II flame Attorney Hartford IffCourt convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Convenes drat Monday In Jar uary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Ol1lcersJH Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Lowe Assessor Iteda James DeWeese School Superintendent Hartford lien L Davli Coroner Sulphur Sprl ng- sJuatrcea Covizta- It F Hudson heaver Dam February 10 May 18 August 31 November 30 leo W Martin Hnlictown February 12 May 14 August 20 November 12 q Jno M Graham Narrows February 28 May 2 August 21 November in T A Evaus Fordsvlllo January 15 May 7 August 27 November 5 J A Hicks Ituford February 7 May 9 Aug ust 12 November 7 W A Hone Centertown February 9 May 11 August 24 November P n J Wilcox Itockport February 20 May 6 August 25 November 14 Hartfori 3clico Court Jno II WlIsun Judge C E Smith City At torney S V Barnett Marshal Court con venes second Monday In each month Religious Cervices ME Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Ilov WTMlller Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night 1 and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Ilov J HhnurnettpatorC Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 pm Itev J Q Har nell pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Steven D M locker J H B Car son Jon C Illley Town Trustees Hownn Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlnsley A C Taylor Ooczot Societies A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each mouth Hartford Lodge No 075 F A Masons fret Monday night In each month Rough lllver Lodge No 110 Knights ol Py thla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 Q A nhold reg ular meet Ings Saturday beforefirst SundayIn each month Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed To Thero are threo different manifesta tions of sleeplessness First hardly to sleep a wink all night second to lie awako a long time before falling asleep third to fall asleep soon waking up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again They mean that somewhere in the nervo fibres somewhere In tho brain cells somewhere in the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something is radically wrong and must bo righted or the end may bo worso than death To right It tako Dr Mlles Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trou blo are Dizziness Headache Back ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy lack of Ambition They indicate diseases which may lead to Eplleps Fit St Vltus1 Dance Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quick and last Ing relief as Dr Miles Nervine My husband had been sick for weeks could not sit up to have his bed made With nil tho medical help wo could got ho continued to grow worse Ho could neither sleep or ent Our baby girl was sent away and all callers barred he cause ho could not stand a bit of talking I rend of n case of nervous pros tration cured by Dr Miles Restorative Nervine Wo began giving it to him and In a few days ho was able to bo dressed From that tlmo ho steadily Improved Nervine saved Ills life MRS A O IIASKIN Frccvlllo N Y TrialFRLPain Pills the New Sclentlilc Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will dlngnoso your cnlo tell you what Is wrong and how to right It Free DH MItES MHUICAL CO L1lJORATOltlli3 LLKi1A1 LND- t c W W7 vrrwr wr wr ww w w w w w w v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v FAR W AGONSI The Best Earth the Old Standby MITCHELL Made Racine Wis th- eSTVDEBAKER Made South Bend Ind Ve are general agents for these two wagons in this territory and buy them in carload lots and save freight Can give you the best wagon manufactured at a reasonable price Do not let some agent tell you that he has got a wagon as good as the Mitchell or Studebaker as he is honestly mistaken as can be shown by the long life of these wagons in this county Yours for More Business TJ TURLEY 61 CO P SFullline of Field Seed just received Best line of Cooking and Heating Stoves the famous Anchor Full stock for your selection Prices right WHIPPED AND SHOT Negro Recognized Three of Ills White Assail ants Statesboro Ga Aug 9Sobas tian McBride a negro man living near Portal In the upper part of Bul lock county was taken out of his house Saturday night by a mob of five men carried to the woods whipped severely and then shot from the effects of which he died soon after wardBefore death came however he related to a number of white men and colored people the manner In which be was handled and told the names of three of his assailants They were according to his statement Perry Barnes Henry Barnes and Westley Waters all white men The names of the others he did not seem to 3 now He said the men came to his louse and hailed him at the door When It was opened the men came In with guns and held his wife at bay while they carried him away After they had been gone some time his wife heard several guns fired Some time In the night McBride reo tnrned to his house badly beaten and shot in the back In several places Several of the white neighbors were notified and went to see the negro and look his testimony SMALLHOUS- Aug 3rMr W E Tate and son Falls of Rough were the guests of JTr C E Overton Saturday and Sun dayThere were no services at the Bap tist church here Sunday on account of the protracted meeting at Equality Rev Thomas of Crofton preached at SranHhous church In the place of the pastor Rev Ollie Weirwho Is absent with Rev Lawrence at Crofton In a protracted meeting Mr and Mrs John Barnard and sons were in Central City Sunday Mr Bldwell of Muhlenburg county was the guest of Mrs John With row Saturday and Sunday Miss Altha Addington returned to Her home at Heflin Saturday from a itv days visit to her mother here Arville Balls and wife Rockport were the guest of his parentsMr and Mrs Will Balls Saturday and Sun day Mr William Balls was very pleas antly surprised by a birthday dinner given by his children and a few other relatives Saturday Rev Boggess preached an excellent season to a large and appreciative congregation Sunday Mr Williams and lady South Car nIton were In our midst Sunday Wayne Fulkerson who has been quite sick has about recovered Mr Dennis and wife have moved 1 on at and at into our midst in the house of Rev I Lawrence to keep house for him Mr James Calloway CentertownI was the guest of Mr l Galloway and wife Saturday and Sun day i Mr Jas Bennett attended the Asso elation at Bells Run Tuesday and Wednesday I j P B Taylor went to Evansville Saturday afternoon with stock for the marketT I Barnard and wife Livermore were the guests ofMrs Barnards par ents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Sun day night They left Monday to attend I the worlds fair at St Louis Their daughters Mary and Ethel I j will remain with Mr and Mrs Mor ton during their abscence IMisses Katy and Nell Robertson of Goodman Ky attended church at Eduallty Saturday afternoon and Mon day at II John Bell of the Point neighborhood was the guest of Miss Annie i Tichenor Sunday Klah Tichenor has enlisted In the United States army for a term of three years j WAwrEDIndustrous manor woman as permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look after its business in this county and adi jolulngjterritory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly j and expenses Salary paid weekly i from home office Expense money advanced Experience not essen j tail Enclose selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block ChicagoICOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE- Aug 29Our school is progress ing nicely nuder the management of Miss Sarah PirtleIMr Silas No Creek settlement today on busi nessMaster Glendan Stevens Is on the sick list at the present The Sunday school is still in prog ress at this place Messrs Joe and J P Coleman left today to attend the Bells Run Association I this week I The Infant of Mr and Mrs E E i Rogers is quite sick at the present I Mrs I H Stevens of near Beaver Dam is visiting her father Mr JoeI ColemanOn account of rain crops are I looking very bad and without rain soon they will be cut very short I JINGO I Aug 29Yesterday was a pleasant and memorable day for the people ini our community and those in attend ance from surrounding parts of countryRev R W Danks filled his regular I appointment at Concord and delivered I an able and interesting Quite a number of lIermonII Hartford attended services at Concord SundaySam Mitchell of this place died the 25th after a lingering illness of about two months Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev T J Acton after which he was burled at the Milton Taylor grave yard Mr Mitchell will be greatly missed in our community having been mail carrier ever since our post office was established He leaves a wife and five children aud a host of friends to mourn his departure Mr Joseph Park assisted by his brother Herbert as organist closed j his singing school at Concord Mr Park taught a good school The class advanced rapidly especially the little folks Mr Park is well quail fled as singiug master Having a well defined knowledge of music and a finely cultured voice qualifies him for the position to which he has at talnedII CENTERTOWN- Aug 3IMr and Mrs Wm McCormick and son Raymond of UtiI ca visited Mr and Mrs E M Morton i SundayIMr F OFlynn returned to his home in Utica lust Sunday accom panied by his wife who had been vis iting her daughter Mrs Ernie Mor ton of this place Mrs James Barnett of Osvensboro and Mre James Taylor spent Sunday here with the family of Alvin Rowe Mrs R V Caldwell and familyof Louisville are here visiting the family of H H Davis i Mr J B Tichenor has moved Into his residence on East Main StIMr John Hill has sold his property i on North Church St to Robert James i and has bought the Caloway house on I South Church St I Mrs W C Smith Rlchardsvllle spent last week here visiting her son I Dr J Luther Smith Our new mill is doing an extensive businessDr I has his mamoth brick building complete Its quite a credit to our town Mrs L P Loney and son Clar ence Owensboro visited relatives here this week BaseBall at Echols IThe second game of baseball be tween the boys of Echols school and the boys of No 19 was played on last Friday evening resulting In the neat little score of 43 to 45 in favor of the former If you cant catch a ball dodge It seemed to be the principle of all the boys After the game was over It was thought it would be nec essary to call In the service of a throat specialist lor the benefit of Messrs Moseley and Shults they had used their vocal organs so voclf erously players In encouraging their respect- Ive I 1Je CASTOaZA I Boon You Hati Aars BoagH tht21l ot I I ROUGH RIVER I TELEPHONECOMPANY IIcoRrODTa ITalk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or I they will be at the whole expense if I you say so We conned with all Independent Companies For particu lays call on S T Stevens Manager KyI 4 For Business Good Stationery is a power in Stationery should he the bestnot merely for prides sake but for the real worth it is to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers because that which goes to make beautiful stationery is employed in our printshop Every de tailof its making is attended to with the greatest care the paper ink presswork and all are just what they should be Favor us withan order so we can prove the above or call and let us show you samples BIG FOUR TIIK UKST LINK TO I IndianapolisPeoria Chicago + And all points in Indiana and lichiganI i IBuffalo iNewYork i And All Points East Information cheerfully furn jTmkfltnflio INo 251 1th Ave or write to S J GAnsIGen I Agt Ky 0 I Real Estate Bargains e I Farms For Sale Cheap too acres adjoining Hartford f2 500v120 acres near ockport for 1200n70 near Palo for 650 1 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Ie Hartford 900 1 115 acres fine bottom land alx miles from Hartford for 2200 SulphurSprings j 145 acres 2tf miles from Hartford I jAadjoining Hartford p375 I will sell your property for you or 1 I will find a farm for you Titles abIstracted 43 acres on Green river near Fair est 430 S A 1 Dealer in Real Estate l T Beautiful Stationery It businessBusiness ILouisville Anderson I jttrtFor SocietyISociety Stationery is given printSilofor this class of work were se lected with the utmost care as to beauty atl1stylefbr in stance we have a series of type Q 3 for calling cards that when printed like we print is so much like ingraved work thatyit can hardly be detected from the real It is the same with wedding invitations and the likeOur prices for this kindof work are moderate considering the excellent highgrade work you get I Note tHe Following Exceedingly Low PricesIEnvelopes good quality per 500 Letterheads good quality per ream of 500125Notchcads good quality per ream of 500 100 Statements good quality per ream of 500 4 100 Ordinary Hand bills per 000200Prescription blanks in lots per 1000 100 All other Job Work in proportion mp The Hartford Republican we Hartford Kentucky tt i L