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A J flqrnblkanH Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOt WILL FIND IT IN TUG REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year uumm VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 No 8 M I i I L i rl a- Iy f 4 A CONVENTION CALLED Republicans to Choose Stand ard Bearers at Early Date Campaign Committee Composed of Countys Best Republicans Chosen The Republican County Executive Committee met here hut Saturday pursuant to regular call The meet Ing was well attended there being only a few members absent and quite I a good dent of interest was manifested in the matters discussed and the bus iness transacted Among the most Im portant matter that the committee 6 considered was the calling of a convention for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for the various county offices to be elected next fall The question as to time and manner ol selecting the candidate was discussed at some length by several of the members of the committee It wafI finally decided by a unanimous vote ol the committee trat precinct conventions be held in the various prei clncts of the county Saturday NovemI ftir 26 at which time delegates will btI selected to meet at Hartford Monday November 28 for the purpose of flaw ing the candidates A campaign committee composed of seven of the countys best Republicans was unanlnionsly chosen by the com mltteetbey are TH Black Chairman John G Keown Secretary J D Tay lor Dr G F Chapman U G Rag land John Blair and Ike C adalr The various attrac tions at the Ohio County Fair this year besides the big Premium ListI pare intended to make itI the very best fair ever held hereG- ENERAL INTELLIGENCE Stringent rules were adopted by tbeI Kentucky State Board of Health Wednesday requiring all physicians coming from other States to take an examination before practicing in Kentucky limiting medical colleges to cities of 50000 population or over prohibiting any medical college from having mare than one school term a a year and requiring all students who intend to enter medical college Ho take a preliminary examination After a five hours public session at the Galt House Louisville Monday afternoon the Republican State Cen tral Committee met in executive ses sion that night and declared that the certificate of nomination issued to Dr W Godfrey Hunter as nominee for Congress from the Eleventh District was not given by a quorum of the District Committee and that the reo o suit of the primary election ol August 9 has not yet been determined q St Louis Exposition attendance was broken Tuesday when 207454 persons passed through the pay gates Forty thousand people are engaged in the work of harvesting hops in Oregon The Ohio County Fair Hartford Wednesday Sept 21 four days Call for Convention- At a regular meeting of the Re publican Executive Committee of JOhio county held at Hartford Ky Saturday September 3 1904 the fol lowing resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegated convention be held In the town of Hartford Ky on Monday November 28 1904 at i oclock p m at the court house In said town for purpose of nominat ing candidates for the various county officers to be voted for at the Novem ber election 1905 viz Representa tive county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer superintendent of schools coroner surveyor and assessor and that pre cinct conventions be held in each of the voting precincts in Said county on November 26 19 4 Ht iv oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said county con vention on November 28 and that the representation therein be i delegate for every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast for President Rorsevclt on November S 1904 and the sandldate receiving a majority of the votes coat In said county convention shall be declared the nominee ol the Republican party for said office NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RMrAND Secy WOMAN TO PILOT BOAT Miss Kennedy Files Application at Evansville to Operate in Green River Evansville IndSept GThe first woman to make application for a li cense as master and pilot of a steam boat before the local steamboat Inspectors is Mifs Vera Mae Kennedy dtmjhterof Cupt F L Kennedy owner of the towboats City of Idaho and Lotus These boats are engaged in the tie business between this city and Green river Capt Kennedy is on the Lotus while his daughter is on the City of Idaho MISS Kennedy Is a beautiful girl and has just passed her twentyCrat birthday She has had four years continuous service on Western waters and is thoroughly ac quainted with the upper Mississippi river Black White and Arkansas rivers The Lotus is registered at Rock Island and the Idaho at Memphis but they will be ttausferred to Evansville The family of Capt Kennedy reside at Bowling Green Ky Over 2000 will bej given away in Premiums- at the Ohio County Fair this year See a cata logue RENDER Sept GMr Len McGavock of Cloverport was here on buslnes one day last week Misses Mottle Barnes and Birdie Woodward of Hartford were the guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Wood ward last week Miss Delia Hocker is visiting relatives in Cleaton at this writing Mrs Leslie Thompson was in Fordsvllle last week Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leitch field was here on business one day last week Mr and Mrs R N Mitchell of Powderly were the guest of Mr and Mrs L Francis last week Mrs Kate Campbell of Paducab IsI visiting here at this writing Mr J W Mercer spent the day in Central City last Sunday Dr and Mrs Ford of Hartford were the guests of Mr and Mrs Mc Fair last Sunday Mr J W Wilkins went to Mill wood last Sunday Mr Jno S Spence was in Owens boro on business last Sunday Messrs J W Sloan and Joe James were in Leltchfield last Sunday Mies Mabel Maddox Rockport was here last Sunday Mr Simon Jones went to Central City on business yesterday and re turned today Our city marshal Reneer was in Central City on business yesterday- Mr J H Brown was In Beaver Dam on business yesterday Mr George Lyons Louisville was here on business yesterday Mrs W S Greer ofDayton Tenn- Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence at this writing Mr Ed Mossbarger of Louisville was here today on business Messrs Mc D Fair and D W Williams were In Hartford yesterday Tom Gwyn was in Hartford yester day It is rumored that a wedding will take place here in the near future Miss Minnie Tinsley is visiting in Centertown at this writing Mrs F E Harris and daughter Miss Nellie have returned from Indi ana where they had been gone for a visit for the past two weeks DEATH PFNALTf APPLAUDED Cheers go up When Sentence is Read by the Clerk Prisoner Sits Unconcerned When he Learns lie Must Die For Murder of Coomes For thj second time In four days and the fourth time in the history of Davless county the death penalty was returned by a jury In Davless Circuit court last Saturday morning Fora crime HJ atrocious that noth tng In the history of Daviess county approached it Roy Green will hang on the gallows He was found guilty of the murder of James Coomes ot Slaughtervllle at 830 Saturday morn ing by the jury and given the extreme penaltyGreens trial was commenced on Wednesday morning following close on the heels of the death verdict for Robert Mathley given on that day The jury did not consider the case until 815 oclock Saturday morn ing One billot was taken in the jury room And alter twentyfive minutes deliberation the verdict was brought in the court room During this trying ordeal Roy Green sat unmoved but with a look on his face of anxiety as to what the clerk would read from the slip of pa per in his hand When the verdict inflicting the death penalty was read Roy was leaning slightly forward in his chair He never changed expression but slowly leaned back in his chair As soon as the verdict was an nounced the 500 or 600 people in the courtroom rose and cheered and waved hats as if they had been in attendance at a political jollification On Monday August i Geo White and Joe Chamberlain discovered the body of an unknown white man in an eating stand at the fair grounds The body was that of a young man ol fine physique apparently not over 35 years of age It was in a state of mutilation almost beyond human con ceptionA splinter nearly three feet long had been driven through his throat and into the ground several Inches and the end of it in which was a nail pushed over to the side of the wall and forced into a crack His skull had been crushed and his face mashed and beaten into a pulp his broad chest almost blue from blows The body was moved to an undertakers establishment and was not Identified as that of James Coom es ot Webster county until the fol lowing day It Is for the murder of this man that Roy Green must suffer the severest penalty known to the law The Ohio County Fair will be the biggest Fair of all Fairs this year ROCKPORT Sept 7Mrs Wm Coleman living in the Hopewell neighborhood but who has been visiting a daughter in Davless county died at that place last Thursday Her remains were brought here Friday and taken to Hopewell where they were intered in the Hopewell cemetery The new lodge hall and opera house at McHenry is nearing completion and when it is finished it will be the largest and handsomest building in McHenry The opera which is on the lower floor will be the most upto date playhouse in Ohio county Rev W D Cox who recently clcsed his revival meeting here is now holding a revival meeting at Williams Mines and is having splen did results Several from Rockport were in attendance Sunday and sever al during the week Rev Cox has re celved a call from above Hartford and will probably hold a revival there Mr and Mrs George W Morgan of Greenville are the guests of Mrs Morgans parents Mr and Mrs David Duncan Mr and Mrs Harry Waddle and son Master Percy Thomas have reo turned from a visit to Rumsy and other pointsIMiss Ada Hendric has returned from Louisville Mrs D G Young of Beaver Dam was the guest of her mother Mrs Hines here this week Mrs G E Bartlett has returnd from a visit to Hickman Mrs A B Kevil of Russell vllle was the guest of relatives Mete this weekMrs Kate Robertson of Franklin Is the guest of relatives here Several from here are in Greenville this week at the pains fireworks ex hibition The Premium list of the Ohio County Fair has been doubled this year This means something BUFORD September yMr S J Hussey is out on his crutches He is getting along nicely and will soon be able to work again The debating society was quite a success Saturday night- A large crpwd from here attended the association at Bulls Run last weekMr Herbert Cox son of Mrs Fan nie Cox of this place died at Curds vllle Saturday August 17 and was buried here Sunday Funeral servi ces conducted by Bro Burnett which was a fine discourse Herbert had friends wherever he was known He leaves a wife mother three brothers and a sister to mourn his loss Miss Eugenie Howard returned home last Thursday accompanied by her aunt Mrs Abbie Blair Mr Wilbur Stevens of Livermore visited Mr John Blair and family August 272 Rev Frank Newton of Livermore is visiting relatives here Mrs Ben Newton and Mrs Dollle Pate attended the funeral of Mrs Reuben Bennett at Mt Herman TuesdayMrs Kelly of Bells Run mother of Mrs Ira Taylor is visiting here at this ttme DeWitts BSflf Salve For Piles Burns Sores FREE FOR ALL Was the Fight at a Hancock County Picnic Saturday Blood Flowed Freely and Deeds of Violence and Valor Were Many A picnic given three miles this side of Hawesville last Saturday at ternoon ended witha freeforall fight The brawl started over a very trlval matter between a farmer by the name of Beard and a man whose name cannot be learned The men agreed to settle the matter and retired to the roadwhere they had a rough and tumble fight After this they mixed with the crowd and nothing more was done until two vehicles collided In the road and the occupants began quarreling It is said that Beard was drunk and started to mix into the quarrel which was growing very hot He rushed at Williams the driver of one of the wagons with a beer bottle but was knocked down by a man by the name of Watson from Lewisport The weapon used being a huge mal let Beard was unconscious for sever al hours and it is feared that he will not recover After Watson had knock ed the man in the head he walked on down the road but was overtaken and himself hit in the head with the same instrument His ear was nearly torn off and a great gash was cut in his head He too was rendered un conscious by the blow After this the fighting became general among the crowd and knives and other weapons were used several being cutIt appears theat whisky was the cause of the disgraceful proceed- Ings W Early Risers The famous little pills Baseball at Greenbrier- A very interetsing game of ball was played on last Saturday evening between the boys of Echols and No 19 boys on the one side against the combined strength of Greenbriar and Cool Springs on the other resulting CLERK BOARD OF HEALTH Of Jacksonville Fla Endorses Peruna HpC D TAYLOR i 7iI0 D Taylor Clbrk of tho City Board of Health of Jacksonville Pla has occupied that position for the last ton yours In a recent letter to tho Peruna Drug Mfg Co ho expresses his approval of their famous catarrh remedy Pornna in the following words Tho health of tho poor of a largo city Is always a question of vital Interest not only to tho city ofllclals but to every citizen It has been a source of much eatlsfactlon to mo to find that so largo a number of working people In moderato circumstances have accepted Poruna as their family medicine It has curod a largo number of cases especially of catarrh of tho head lungs and stomach and building up tho general health it cannot fall but provo a help and blessing to any community whoro it is generally adopted and used 1 havo found it an honest reliable remedy and am pleased to endorse ItC D Taylor Clerk Board of Health If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Poruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho will ba pleased to give you his valuable ad Pico gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Obio in a victory of the former The boys of the Echols community elated with three successive victories feel competent to cross bats with any school south of the Mason and Dixon line composed of boys 15 years old and under Dont all speak at once A PLAYER i iE P BARNBS 6 BRO lWhen there is good money to be saved on good Buggies why not be good to yourself by buying the famous Staver Buggy We have been selling these Buggies for twelve years and have had nothing but praise from our customers on these good 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 daynew rugons 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 l Beaver Dam J3entUckY J D r ISTRIKING PASSAGES I iFrcra Tom Watsons Speech Ac cepting the Populist Nomi nation for President Tom Watson who was a candidate air the Vice Presidency in 1899 with rJ Bryan in his speech accepting tie Populist nomination says- II have no words ot abuse lor Jiieodore Roosevelt I believe him Z be n brave honest conscientious nun I give him full credit for hay rg a splendid courage of conviction I How is It with the Demoiratic 3rty Oar political history Iraq never seen a situation so ludicrous as that which the national Democracy sow holds I can understand how tie citizen can work for the Repub lcau party and vote its ticket with I iathuslastic zeal If the Republican jitty represents his ideals of Gov Mnment then he is lastly proud of iC can justly confide in it for it has stood by its principles through storm u well as sunshine and no matter Sow bud you and I may think its creed is we are bound to admit that ate Republican party has a creed isI v51Hng to fight for It Is willing sling to it in defeat and continue to struggle for It until victory comes again But why any human being should in the year 1904 vote the national Democratic ticket is something what passsss my untutored comprehen lion I can understand why the citizen jonlcl vote a local Democratic ticket I Scan understand how in same cities and In some States that party may be Juggling to do some distinct thing which he belltvcs ought to be done iut in the name of common sens tell tae why any sane and sober citizen should In this campaign vote the na tional Democratic ticket What principle at Democracy does t stand fat What does it propose to io for the people different from what lie Republicans nrs doing To what joint is It directing its line of march izcept to the Republican camp Sur asnnded by the Wall Street magnates who had financed his campaign for two years Judge Parker bided his time Vill the perils of the twothirds rule wore passed and when it was too ite for the convention to retrace its Jlepsfor even the Democratic bos xs require more than fifteen minutes to turn completely roun Inbe cracks Shs Wail streat whip over the heads leaders and with prompt obe Jtence the great Democratic legions were made to furl their figs and reverse their line of march The mass of the Democratic par ity feel outraged at the way in which iaelr leaders have sold them to Wall street I do not believe that the six aaJ a half million men who followed 3ryan with cheers on their lips and rarm convictions in their hearts can now be delivered like cattle to the Clevelandites who knifed the ticket rbolted It in 1896 I believe that tit great majority of men who voted air Bryan are teen of convlctionc I snnot hope they will realize that II im fighting their battles now I call upon the six and a million voters whose political faithI ass chrystalized in the Chicago plat form of 1896 and of the Kansas City rJclforrn of 190 and I ak What is I litre n the Democratic platform of pi that bids YOU hopeWhat is ere for YOU in the platform What J YOU get out of it To what extent ins Parker represent YOU What is I hat he proposes to do fir YOU i Kyou believe in Republican doctrines xzy vote for Parker Why not go the I whole hog or none and vote for jOBsevelt By what right do the ImocraUc leaders undertake to eAch and expound to the American cople any economic questions How ri know that they have mastered tjuj those questions Never in the worid could it em jhusiz itself on any issue as it did MI the money question from 1896 to Tar fear lyao If all the writings md allof the speeches which they r2Kcle against the Republican party on le noney question were put into j nated form and loaded for tianspor SAiicn upon the backs of camels the ir Ivan would stretch from one end 1 the other of the great Sahara de- stzDid they understand the mon JT niestlon If not how do we know Ihat they understand the money quts ton In their campaign book of 1896 fes Democratic leaders say We are alterably opposed to monometal 1 Do the Democratic leaders sup 303 for one moment that the voter d this country are going to forget I uers i Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion sub CherryPectoral dues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine We have med Ayers Cherry Pectoral In our Grimly for rir for throat and IUIIK trouble C1I1II1JICSASgCAt00 JP ATKU Can An lrll clt laufWeak Throats recovoryPurely the history of the past eight years Do they Imagine for a moment that when they stand In the attitude of confessing so colossal a blunder as they made upon the money question they are going to be trusted on any other question I again ask did they know what they were talking about during those eight years or were they simply deceiving the American peo pIe The campaign has hardly been opened before the standard bearer of Democracy commences his retreat Therefore the great tariff question may be considered as waived just as the great money question is waivedLet see what else the national Democratic party presents as an is issue In their platform they declare that further legislation is needed against the trusts But their candidate in his speech of acceptance siys that we have as much law as we need And as further proof that the Democratic platform will never cause any less of sleep to the Havemoyers the Rockefellers you have only to remember that in 1892 they denounced the trusts and protective tariff in Ian gage equally as strong as that used in the platform of 1904 and when we construe the meaning of the platform of 92 In the light of the admitted infamies ot Clevelands secqnd admin istration with its wellremembered surrender to the Sugar Trust the patriotic citizen might heartily ex claim God deliver us from another redemption of Democratic pledges on the subject of the tariff and trusts Let us presume that Judge Parker against whys character I would not venture to ray a word for I believe manIletParker as the champion and repre sentative of the great Democratic par ty has the courage of his convictions If we du presume this his failure to state wherein he would make any change in the policy which the Re publicans are pursuing in the Philippines is the most significant bit of sl lence in all of the various and inter InIacceptanceAre two platforms almost identical Certainly they are Boiled down to its real essence sifted to Ito real meaning the Democratic cam paign ol 1904 is a mere unscrupulous hunt for office They have no fixed and certain creed They have no ar tides of faith by which Democratic loyalty can be tested A party like an individual should seek to build up- character And without convictions there can be no character peoI canII cannot see in the management of the National Democratic party anything on earth except an effort to find out which is the btst bait to put on questioaioffice You may ask why do I consume more time discussing the Democrats RepublicansIer job to strike an open enemy right between the eyes than it is to tear off the mask from the lace of a pretended friend and show him to be the hypo crite that he is A Jealous Ape Sir Henry Johnson the English ex plorer once traveled on a ship with a pet a pe It was a great favorite with all the passengers until there came aboard at Madeira a lady with an in font The latter received good deal ol attention and the ape in conse quence became neglected and j Miens Sir Harry Johnston followed it on 1ICVtnlInunguarded for n moment ir Its crnd ItIThe ape hat nude for It pulled from the cradle and was In the act throwing it overboard when tilt tray I eler pounced upon it Says Sir Harry It would certainly have hulled it into the sea hrd not my ar rival caused the guilty ape to drop scraulhletonalstrong cage restI I voyage Only did his Duty as ho Saw it OflIj Wiley Park the well known merchant l and postmaster at Wile Ky 1 have been selling it for three or four years aud it gives complete satisfaction Several of my customers tell mo they would not do without it for any thing Very often to my knowledge one single dose has cured a severe at tackof diarrhoea and I positively know that it cures the lus dysentry You are at liberty to use this testimo nial as you pleased Sold by al druggists The First Will Ever Writen The father of all the wills and the most ancient document of its kind known to the historians and antiqua rians is that of the great king Sen nacherib who is frequently mention ed in the Scriptures and aso by He rodetus and Josephus Sennacherib lived and reigned between the years 702 and 6So B C over 2 50 years ago In the will which Is written upon a tablet of clay and which was found by the excavators which were exploring the site of the royal palace the great Invincible wills his sots certain stores of precious things at that time deposited in the temple of Nebo These same sons afterward killed their father while he was en gaged in worshipiplng his private god Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pill Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowell troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin tC Bros drug store Cattle and Rattlesnakes I Cattle stem to have and instinct ire dread of a rattlesnake said the Texas ranchman and will take every percaution to avoid a locality where they have reason to think oue of these reptiles Is conctaled I was once driving a herd of beeves over the lonely trail when suddenly the leader of the herd a huge steer start ed bick in terror gave vent to a snort of warning and moving to the i right passed on Those immediately i rsa nDJGESTIONi fll WM ooh trouble Draught ThedforI1wlI tors In one vroek a- yearMRS 8 A UAH E BUinPlELD Ellottsrllie lad Thedfords Ulack Draught quickly invigorates the ac stomach fwd ofindigl Thedfords sionally you Mij keep your perfeet t THEDFSRES fJ BMRDRAUGHTlifore constipation than l y another disease lhcfords BlackDraught not onlrelieves constipation butcures diarrhoea and tsenterwd keeps the bowch regular All druggists sort SScent packages BlackDraught bowelsISneadsFerry CCWSTlMTIflfl I In his rear turned to the rlghtcor left I and their example was followed the whole herd On arriving at thsj In a led spol dismounted expecting to find that a PittlesnHke had hten the cause of alarm Instead of find lug n serpant there in H little tuft of glass sat a nannies plover covering ht r nest white her wings were kept In constant ind violent motion Seen indistinctly through the grass she bad evidently ben mistaken by the I steer for a rittlestinke It In Praise of Chamborlalns Colic Cholora and Di arrhooa Romody Allow me to give you u few words j in praise of Clinmbcrlaius Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Itanicl r says i Mr John Hamlett of Eaglo Jafs i Texas I suffered one week with I 1 jvel trouble anti took all kirn 1 ofI mcdicinn without getting any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to take this remedy After taking otto dose I telt greatly relieved and when I lend taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy iu the hands of mankind For sale by all druggists m The Fan in Egypt In Egypt the fan was not only an emblem of royalty hut also of happl nets and heavenly rest The oldest Egyptian fan now extant is preserved I In the museum of Bulak and is said to have belonged to the Queen Anh Hotep and is consequently mnily Shlrtvfive centuries old The crown and wooden handle of this curiosity are covered with thin 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Exceedingly Low Prices upLetterheadsNoteheads good quality per ream 01500100 f U Statements good quality per ream of 500 100rt r Ordinary Hand bills per 1000 200CIPrescription blanks in lots per 1000 100CIAll other Job Work in proportion The Hartford Republican Hartford Kentucky 4 e ft d I t l I I J I 1el R lccpcri olI R h Hi- Iny tare sp- ev e of Itie aser cal 1 J t I I st II I I I rd 1I1r STILL A SECRET What the Sage of Esopus Reall Believes Remains a Mystery What Judge Parker would do or lit tempt to do il lie were to he electe President is hllle less an unknown quantity than it wnsbtiore his spetch ol ncccptaiice was given to the worM He would recognizo the otll standard And he repeats that he would regard it is firmly and irrevocable estat II shed but this was known helor he added the second word He think he would hke to have a reduction of the tnrilF but he is not sufficiently Sure of this to intimate what degre t of reduction he would have upon uny one Item on which he would have the tariff duty changed in anyway And the few explicit statements h- saedoes make emphasizt the wisdom he rnnnlfentti in what he fails to ray When he redeclares his belief that the gold standard is firmly and irrevo cubic established for instance he shows that he is ignorant of a lact that exists in the mind of most vo tern at this stngt and proceedings Almost evarybody the by this know that the gol I standard lacks a good deal ut being irrevocably estab ished and even he would prc bihly be con vinced of it it once he were culled up on to deal with It So also he suggests that he would fix a time to haul down the tug InI the Philippines but he gives no hint of the year or the month or the time ol day On most things that he touched he leaves the render to inler almost iIto inler especially il the readtr it seeking an excuse for a vote against the administration hut explicit statements in his speech of acceptance are a most as rare u in the silence that has prevailed for so long a1 Ksopus In another explicit statement thai he makes he ihows his wisdom in avoiding such things as much as possible For Instance he says that the tariff furnishes the trusts a matktt in the necessities ot eighty million people practically excluding com pet I tlon On the same day that thl speech was delivered came the an nouncement that an independent con cern had taken away rom the trust an order for tnoo tines of steel platesThe recod shows that while what is known as the steel trust began bus- Iness with the control of about eighty per cent of the total output in two years this had been reduced to fifty per cent or less due solely to couipttl tlon here at home under this Slime protective tariff The salt trust un dertook to do business on the asaump tlon expressed by this Presidental can didate the competition soon forced it to reorganize and pursue its business on the spumption that it would have the livelest sortRnd even ruinous the competition if it attempted to maintain extortlorate prices About two years ago the prune trust bad the same experience On window glass the duty always bas ben high It is so now it was so under the Wilson Gorman bill and under the McKinley law and so on Yet the combination known as the window gltus trust has not been free from competition lot years and this competition bas been of the keenest sort Trust after trust has failed because it attempt to do business on an assumption similar to to the one offered as statetuanship from this man at Esopus Every one of them thathas attempted this has failed or been forced into the courts for reor ganizttion on a different basis If this man is fit to be a candidate for anything he knows this Even casual attention to what has been going on in the courts of the land would have revealed this vital fact Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pacific Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs and Denver Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength use Scotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT I1OWNE Chemists 4 MIJ HeiH Streit N York Soc ancl I AI all IaU I 250 Gletrvood Springs 37 nfl bait Lake City 3son round trip Co rspondingly lw rats Ircm nll puintH Tickcis n sale dailv until Septftnb r 3t return limit Oclobs 31 I94 Liberal stop over with lire routes Three lost trains diii ly fiom St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particular etc consult Ticket Agent or uddres R T G Ma tthews T P A Koon 301 Norton Bldp Louisville Ky The Smart Set magazine willenter tain you Tho Stomach Is tho Man A weak stomach weakens the man pecans it cannot transform the food ho eateinto nourishment Healt and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first texturing health and strength to the stomach A wenk stomach can not digest enough loud to feed the tissues and revive the tired and rut down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and etreiigtlieus the glands nUll membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and nil stomach troubles Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin Bro Big Enterprises Cost Money Senator Davis taking hIS cue from the New York World and other Demo cratic papers made the attempt to show that the administration of Pres ident Roosevelt harl hen extravagant in the extreme and that our expend tures per capita were greater than at any previous period It is true that Mr Davis lid present a table shout- Ing that our present per capita expenditures are greater than at certain previous years which he used in com parison It would be very easyhow tver to select oUn r years and many of them toy in which our per capita expenditures largely exceeded those of the past year under President Roosevelt It must be remembered howV that the Executive does not make the appropriations They ne made bi ConprS and the Executive has no aternatlve but to carry out the Uws as enacted whether they bs extravagant or otherwise The fact is however tint all things considered our present expenditures are exceedingly moderate Without discussing the question of imperialism we have on our hands the Philippines which must hs guarded and protected at whatever cost We rank among the foremost nations ol the earth and every loyal patriot Is desirous that our navy should be ol such proportions as to carry with it peace because we are prepared for warThe inauguration of the Panama Canal towards which we bave already appropriated fifty millions ol dollars Is another expenditure that no royal American regrets Our rural free de livery service for which the last year we appropriated over twenty millions of dollars is another additional ex pense not known to previous admin istrations Large responsibilities carry with them large expenditures but it maybe added that the American people ire not being taxed today at any greater rate per capita than has been the case for many years and dur- Ing many decades of our previous history 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 slowly and not too freely of early digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let five hours elapse between meals and when you feela fullness and weight in the region f the stomach after eating take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets aDd the sour stomach may be avoided For tale by all druggists Needed an Examination Representative Bourke Cockran was seated in law office one day recently when one of the clerks announced a visitor The orator was very busy but the man refused to tell his business to a clerk insisted that it was a personal matter and he must see tlr Cockran himself Well show him in said the lawyer finally in disgust I want to get some legal advice Mr Cockran said the visitor and I came to you because I am a poor man and cannot afford to pay a real lawyer What do you mean thundered the Representative indignantly Well I mean that as a politician you will not be hard on one of your constituent Besides I have another claim on you My aunt does wash ing for one ol your cousins My dear sir said the lawyer In his mcst withering tones as he ushered the visitor out you dont want to see a lawyer You want to see a nerve specialist Whats In a Name Everything in in the name when it conies to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a ealvi from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleed ing itching and protruding Piles eczema cute burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salvo has no equal This has given rise to numer ous worthless counterfeits Ask fo- rDeWittsthe genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Force of Habit Speaking of force ol bablt some years ago there was an iron railing around the capitol grounds at Wash ington The appropriation bill pro vided for a watchman to close and lock the gates every night atacertaln hour and open them at a certain hour every morning In the course of time the railing or fence was remcwd but the gates swung between their Egyptian pillars lor along time and all that time the watchman came and went regularly closing and opening the gates accordiug to law and draw Ing his salary When troubled with constipation try Ulwtuberlaiiis Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleas ant died For sale by all druggists Pointed Paragraphs- A skeptic is a man who doubts his own fish stories Rest has spoiled many a man who was willing to work What the dew is to the flower kind words arc to the heart Never kick a dog to which you lavent been promptly intioliue1 Thought travels last but some peoples thoughts never travels far Oh liberty what a lot of dlvorcts ire applied for in thy name It is probably a womans funny bone that makes her laugh in her ileevep But few women show decretlor in the selection of things to be left unsaid A girl never thinks a young mans heart is in the right place unless the possesses it Bcoks are mans best friends when hey bore him he can shut them up without giving offense It sometimes happens that the wo van who is disappointed in love isnt licappointed in marriage Never tell a girl that her face looks ike a picture shell think you think she painted potrait herself The reason the average man cannot tell a woman anything is because she would rather talk than listen What a happy world this would be II people couldnt borrow trouble rithout putting up collateral se rarity A man seldom marries a girl on ac count of her family but he some 0IS WtlrSto man Cafes and lunchrooms are filled with men and women who scent to give all their time and attention to thoughts of properly or Improperly feeding their stomachs It is of course to eat slowly but not too much Rays Dr Pierce consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical of Buffalo NY In this Both century people devote so much time to head work brain is fagged and there isnt sufficient blood left to properly take care of the other organs of the body The stomach must be assisted in its hard work the liver started into actionby the use of u good stomach tonic which should be entirely of vegetable ingredients and without After years of experience In an active practice Dr Pierce a remedy that these conditions in a bloodmaker and tissue bpilder He called it Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery an alterative extract that the digestion and assimilation of the food in the stomach so that the blood gets what it needs for food and oxidation the liver is at the same time started into activity and there is perfect elimination of waste mat ter When Uw blood is pure and rich all the organs work without effort and the body is like a perfect machine PRIm I Dr Tierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent jree on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for the covers er 31 stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y times remains a bachelor on account thereofWhen a girl begins to speak ol a male acquaintance an being a man nI- ter her own heart its his fault if he doesnt get it A woman who robably knot says it is far mimic satisfactory walt lor a hmbind before marriage than It is altervvar I- Cornprcsslon of the waste may be harmful but il the right young man attempts it nit S girls are wilting to take chances Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumptiou and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only surf cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by Z Waym Griffin and Bro Druggist Prici 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free College Girls Fad Of course every college girl use her 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is milked from the cow The scon er the better Just as quickly as the animal heat is taken out of it by proper stirring and cooling is the time when it is the most palatable end nutritious Those who like milk arm Irom the cow and can obtain it In that state should use It in preference to any other But milk used for rdinary purposes had better be cooled and aerated if possible and used the same day it is taken from the owEven though the milk is kept from souring after it is mere than twenty four hours old it is unfit for food and should never be used especia ly as food for Infants To Golden California Best way ia via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colorado and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Fran cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account nights Templar Conclave and Sovereign Grand Lodge I 00 F September next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to September 10 limited October 23 1974 Two fast 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rubllnliliiK Company INCOrOHA rO- C K NMIT1I Edifor sxrsxcascC-umooror Rough Fver FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 REPUBLICAN TICKET POH iiiisiniNT- THKODORE ROOSEVELT or XKW YOIIK roil Viri 1MIKS1DKNT CHARLES W FAIRQANKS- or INDIANA roil rovmiKss DR BEN L BRUNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS ton tOUXTY COURT CMIIK- We nrt iiiitKorlieil to nnnonnre MIinvl llovnl it 11 candidate fur the attire ol County Court Clerk ol Ohio County Hubjwt to tlif action of the Kepulillcnn purty- Wenrenntliorlwil to niinonncc Vlllmru Tins lrynxncnadldnteStir the oillce ol County Court rierk olOhlo County subject to tin action of till Itcpulillcun party Wr nuthorized to announce Everett I Tnvlor MM n cnmlltliiti for the olll e of County mart Clerk of Ohio county cubjivt to the action of the 1I II1ILllcnlllllltt Port COUNTY ATTOHMEYt- tenriMiuthorlzeilito iinniiunre K M bond- 0trd1IKnrntldldat fur the ollln of County At torneT of Ohio county Hiilijovt to the net Ion of the Kepuhllcau party Foil SIUnUI Weareautlio riled to iiniiouinr 1C II Mnrtln a+ ii e iu1ldnt tar the Attire of Sheriff nf Ohio Iltinty HUliJwt to theactlou ol the Kepulillian party Poe ivniittoe ore aiithorlzeil to iinnoiitico 1AMKSI MOIITOX an n cundldatc fur the ollice of Inller of Ohio county HUtiJect to the action of the Its piibllean party Fun ASSISSOIt t1e nre nntliiirlffl to iiiinoiinie I Kerry loney nn n ramlldnti for the otllcc 01 Ametfor of Ohio county vnkjeet to the action of the lEeimbllran nuty1VE DONT hear much said about free silver now THE Democratic party now admits that its free silver craze of recent years was only a catch phrase used as a vote getter RUSSIA made a solemn pledge to evacuate Manchuria on September 8 1903 and now she is being soundly whipped for lying about it TOM TAGGART as the chatfeur of the Democratic locomobile has good reason to complain of the gravel thrown into his eyes by the wheels ol his own machine VERMONT has again fallen in line by giving an increased Republican majority Charles J Bell was elect ed Governor over his Democratic opponent bya plurality of 32000 votes IjTEWs Las reached Che Fo by a Chi nese junk that Arkansas has gone Democratic and that one J Davis will have dominion over the frogs and mosquitoes down in the land of swamps and bogs for two years moreFoit practical results of the tariff for revenue only policy of Democra cy note Grover Clevelands last term The country was provided with free trade free soup and free financial disasters of all kinds Parker and the Hartford Herald favor l the same policy now- KENTUCKY free silverites cannot exactly locate themselves Not even Governor Beckham nor Ollie James has made a footprint on the soil of Esopus where the home of Candidate Parker is It is reported that free silver produces an offensive odor to the Rosemount candidate IT WAS not uncommon during Bryans first campaign to hear lead ing Democrats say that a protective tariff was the right policy of govern ment Now they call it the robber tariff They have proven themselves to be almost as consistent about the tariff as about the money question THE man who followed Bryan through two campaigns believing in his views on the financial question and is now following Parker and by 80 doing indorsing his views on the financial question is n docile and cheerful victim who could be persuaded to pull off his ehoesand stock ings and wade over Niagara Falls THERE seems to be a great dearth of the 10 to 1 or bust editorials in the Democratic newspapers over the country Will some one of these pa pers which eight and four years agot predicted that the country would tall in a great heap of chaotic desolation unless it debased its currency kindl inform a waiting public why thi change in sentiment has come about IK 1896 and 1900 Democrats wen positive that the thing the country needed was free and unlimited coin age of silver at the ratio of Ii to 1 Time has proven the fallacyof lIuch- a craze Now they take up thei time ridden doctrine of tarilT for revenue only which has been band ed down to them from remote ancestry and advance it as the savior 6 mankind We were favored wit- httarill for revenue only and fre soup during Clevelands last adminis tration A return to such conditions is the inevitable result if Democrats are again given the control of the government GUESSES PROMISES AND FACTS It is one of the necessary conditions of a government by political parties that the minority must appeal for support on the strength of the prom ises they make as to their course in the event that they are endorsed at the polls Tho Democrats have had no opportunity since soup house Clevelands term to assume responsibility for important legislation and they come before the people asking to be given powerbut on what grounds Promises No They made promises and prophesies in 1896 and 1900 with what results ve are all fa miliar Whatever may be the con victions of the leaders they are studiously concealed Neither the platform nor Parkers speech of ac ceptance has outlined any definite policy or made specific promises The St Louis convention started- a great guessing contest No man can affirm where Democracy stands on any of the great questions now be fore the people for solution They are not free traders and yet they compare the tariff to a burglars kit If they are accused uf mdonsim the gold standard they clamor vocif trouely but say nothing They vitu perate President Roosevelt for clear ing the way for the construction of the Panama Canal yet they say i should be built Where are they anyhow The only certain positive and fixed feature of the situation is that they are out of office andwould be all things to all men in order to get in They forget that the road to confidence and preferment is a strait andnarrow pathand a clear cut proposition that engages the atten tion of tho thoughtfulvoter R The Renewel a Strain Vacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens thousands the hard est kinds of work has begun the renewal of which Is a mental and phys- Ical strain to all except the most rug ged The little girl that a Jew days ago has roses in her cheeks and the little boy whose lips were then so red you would have insisted that they had been kissed by strawberries have already lost something of the ape pearance of health Now is a time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert much see rious trouble and we know of no oth so highly to be recommended as Hoods Sarsaparilla which strengthens thetnerves perfects digestion and assimilation and aids mental devel opment by building up the whole system 5550 To California Ani Return 5550 Via Big Four Route On sale August 15th to April 9th Louisville Commandery Knights Templar Special train leaves Louis ville August 23d Rate open to the public Send for Itinerary giving full particulars S J GATES Genl Agt Ladies and children free on first day of the Ohio County Fair this year Come little boys girls and women folks youre welcome- L Berry Loney In another column will be found the announcement of L Berry Lone for assessor of Ohio county Mr Loney is our of the countys best citl tens and a lifelong Republican and If nominated by the party he will electionBu Everett P Taylor candidacyfthe office ol Clerk of the Ohio County Court sub ject to the action of the Republican party Mr Taylor is a substantial business man of Beaver Dam a good- r citizen and enthuiastic and lile long Republican and If nominated by his party FS its standard bearer he will make an aggressive and winning- f campaign Royalewe announce G Davis Royal as a candidate for the Republican nomination for county court clerk Mr Royal is an entbu siastlc and consistent Republic au and above all n polite and courteous gentlemen He served as county assessor for four years and notwith standing the fact that he we s one ol the youngest in the State he was an able and efficient officer He has many claims on the Ohio county Rel publicans for their support and II chosen in November for ther stud and bearer he would make a good candidate and a model clerk E lt1 Woodward announcemenllInote that It M Woodward is asking the nomination for County Attorney RepublilIWoodward aspires rtquires the seivl ces of a skillful and efficient lawyer one of standing and ability allof which he has by ptr istent tfiort supplemented by years experience attained Mr Woodward is an eu thusiastic Republican and possesses 1rare social attainments If nom inated he will add strength to the ticket and in the final election will win W S Tinsley Esjwhere In this Issue will be found the announcement of W S clerkgof the Ohio county court Mr Tins ley was born and reared on a farm near Beda where he has resided most of his life He served as deputy sher universallytas a polite and obliging ol tidal He is an ardent and trusted Republican worthy of the confidence and consideration of his party He comes from rugged and honest lineage and is a worthy son of an honored sire nominated he would aid the ticket materially and make an excellent of ficial R B Martin- In the announcement column ot THE REPUBLICAN will be found the name of Mr R B Martin who is ask Ing the nomination for sheriff of Ohio county at the hands of the Republican party Mr Martin is one of our best Republicans and has for years been a faithful and efficient worker in the party ranks He was defeated for the nomination for sheriff in 1897 by former sheriff S T Stevens He accepted his defeat In a manly way and it was on his motion that the convention made Mr Stevens nomination unanimous If nominated Mr Martin will make an aggressive can didate and win In the final election For Sale Two span ot mules horse and hug gy three log wagons three farm wagons saw mill complete and comparatively new This includes a 30 horse power engine and 40 horsepower boiler portable also a lot ol lumber Mill and lumber on widow LIge Millers place three miles from Hartford For further information call on or address G W SALI8E Centertown Ky JINGO Sept 7Death has again visited our community and taken the 17 months old son of Mr and Mrs J R Likens who died on the first inst of flux handlingfbroken arm A L Crumbe the merchant at this place has typhoid fever Miss Georgie Allen is visitng in the Washington neighborhood at this writingA Carter and family visited J W Morris family Sunday Several of the Concord folks at tended the Baptist Association at THE GEE8T Ohio County FearAT Hartford Kentucky Begins Wednesday Sept 21 4 Days Special Features Large Purses Unusual Attractions AJAX The Champion head foremost hign diver of the world will dive from the top 80foot ladder into tank of water only four feet deep every day during the Fair Dont fail ton witness the thrilling sight Women and Children admitted free first day It will be the best Fair of all Fairs You cant afford to miss it Get a Catalogue Dont ForgetHartford Wednesday September 21J Bells Run last week they report aI pleasant and interesting meeting they also say the Bells Run folks are given to hospitality and not forgetful to entertain strangers Messrs George Cox Clarence How ard and A A Murphy who have been sojourning in McLean county have returned home Mr Qulntoa Ballard Wysox visitI ed his children Mrs A J A Ballard here last week j For Sale One and onehalf miles from the public mines seven or eight acres lot and good seven room house plenty of out buildings everlasting water in porch and In the horse lot also some good young heifers lug wagon 225 egg incubator new at half price several pure blood bard ply- mouth rock cockrels 100 and up a lot of pure blood leghorn cockrels 50 cents and up Phone 132 IS M MILLER 84 McHenry Ky BEDA Several from here attended the old folks day at No Creek Sun dayMr j Estill Tanner Owensboro visited his sister Mrs Onia Shown last week J Mrs Delia Galloway Earlington is visiting her sister Mrs Willie BennettIMiss Lydia Ward left Monday for I Wilniore Ky where she will enter schoolMr I and Mrs John Dodson Beech r of an a Groveare visiting relatives ad friends at this place Mrs W A Carson who has been At the bedside of her daughter Mrs Ii G Cook Owensboro retured home SaturdayRev D Bennett Hartford will preach at the M K church Sun day Master Golden Shown has typhoid feverMrs Chloe Lishbrook Mrtsonvllle visited hers parents Mr and Mrs Peter Shown Mrs Otis Carson went to Owens boro Tueslay Mrs Reuben Bennett who has been 111 for several months diedat the home of her brother Mr James Ellis of consumption Rev G J Bean Hartford conducted the funeral services after which the remains were Intered In the Mt Hermon ceme tery She was a devout Christian and loyed by allwho knew her She leave H a husband und four children with a host ot relatives and friends who mourn her loss Master Roscoe Carson who has been sick for several days Is Improv ingMr Marvin Parks went to Hartford TuesdayMisses Blanche Greer Mary Parks Clara and Ethyl Bennett Messrs Walter Parks Clarence Shown Shad rach Greer and Port Stowers attended the debate at Holbrook school house last Saturday night Subject for de bate Resolved That the South had a right to Secede and discussed by Mr A E Ellis and Mr Worth Wade i affirmative and Mr W R and C K I Carson negative I jDont fail to see Ajax highdivertatyearI a thrilling feat IForSale 17 194 II will ofler for sale At public outcry to highest and best bdder at my farm 3 miles east of Hartford all my Farm goollI40011Ifarm consisting of 83 acres fine bot tom land for sale See me for price on farm Sale will begin at 9 oclock a in Terms of sale made known on day of sale Jo A BAUNKTT 713 Hartford Ky Get Ridof Bunches eruptions Inflammations sore ness of the eyelids and ears diseases of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only somo of the troubles It causes It is a very active evil making havoc of the whole syst- emHoodsSarsaparilla Eradicates It cures nil Its manifestations I and builds up the whole system L Accept no substitute II- t s r T jN r s e 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Victor line tulle in Patent Kid Viti lox JJ Calf and oilskin Superior to other lines in style to 4 t 41 lit and wearing qualities Every pall guaranteed 01 to H a new pair instead I ont he put oil with any kind of j J Shoes Much depends upon your feet hut insure JJ comfort Iv wearing the Victor 04- 14i 1Bargains every day in Dry loods Clothing La dies and Cents Furnishings We Solicit your pat t f ronage Our motto is UvwKituv UXIKKSKII v41 41 Jj TRADE AT 3 The Bargain Center 4i 4 41 14i 41 41 Hartford Republican I j j FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 I I illinois Central RallroadTlme- Table North llotiiiil- NH Son Ih Itoitutl iii duo 4itiu in NO ri iiniisii n in No 1o 01111 tl7 p ni No 111 dui S4sp in Non2ilupruop ui NIL iil ilni vUip in Big line ofodd Prints at Sam Bachs We want you to visit us Saturday September 17 CARSON Co A elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs City Restaurantmost uptodate place in Hartford Call and see Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs Dont fail to attend our Millinery opening Saturday September 17 CARSON Co Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery46tfGet in some guesses on the contest j We are going to give away 200 in j cash CARSON Co The Econotuy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and uptodate line to select from An elegant line of Ladies Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont fail to see them before pur chasing elsewhere We have prepared a little souvenir for every lady who will attend our opening September 17 CARSON bo Fresh fish at City Restaurant We can heat the world in Shoes CARSON Co C K Carson Beda called to see us Saturday Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat John Blair Buford called to see us Saturday See our School ShoesCARSON Co City Restaurants Ice Cream is simply fine Try it Ed Williams Paradise was a pita ant caller Monday Attend our opening Saturday Sep tember 17 CARSON Co J W Baker Renderwas a pleasant caller Monday- WANTEDA good reliable i6hand high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Res taurant L B Loney McHenry was a pleas ant caller Monday Until further notice we will pay 15c per dozen for Eggs and 15C per pound for Butter CARSON Co A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs See our display of the worldn best Saturday September 17CARSON Co A complete line of Mens Ladles Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs See our new Danish cloth the most popular wash fabric on the mar ketoHalf woolonly 150 a yard ECONOMY DRY Goons STORE lIon H P Taylor is quite ill of flux W A Taylor Mntnrizas called to see us Monday L II Condit Malanzjs called to see us Monday R T Smith Morgantown was In town Wednesday W F Coffman Matnnzis ciltti to see us Monday Hubert Coffman Matanzas called to see us Monday Ben Peters Render made us a pleasant call Monday Rev J W Cantrll No Creekcalled to see us Monday J J Tilford Fordsvllle was a pleasant caller Monday Theo Allen Buford was a very pleasant caller Saturday J T Davis Sunnydale wIn a pleasant caller Wednesday S T Brown Centertown win a- very pleasant caller Saturday F J Jenny Mataczis called at TilE REPUBLICAN office Monday Mr and Mrs Johu Blair Buford called at THE REPUBLICAN office Wed nesday J J McHenry Louisville was the guest of his mother here the first of the week Mrs Virgil Ranney who has been- ill of typhoid fever for some time i improvingMrs E Rogers and children 01 Elkton are the guests of Capt and Mrs S K Cox Mr and Mrs Sam Render Norman Oklahoma are the guests of relatives and friends in the city A C Taylor accidentally cut his arm with a pocket knife last Sunday inflicting a very painful injury Mr Sam Barnett and wife and Mr W H Barnes wife and son left Wednesday tyr a visit to the Worlds lair Messrs Sum and Max Bach will leave today for Louisville to be pres ent at the celebration of the Jewish new year The Floating Studio will bi at Hartford In time for the fair Prices on Pictures range from 5C to 6 oo per do zen ti- The best game of ball oi the season will be played tomorrow afternoon at the Fair grounds by Hartford and Mason vlllf Mr and Mra L B Rosenfuld Henderson were the guests of Mrs Rosenfields sister ors M L Heav rin the first of the week THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to make cards of any description for all candidates at very reasonable prices We are expecting your patronage Our new and to 1ate stock for early fall is nowarrivingdaily Stop and see us It will prove both pleas ant and profitable ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Matured or unmatured life insur ance policies in old line companies bought for cash or loans will be made thereonR E LEE SlMMERMAN Commencing Sept isth one way colonist 2nd class ticket will be sold Beaver Dam to San Francisco CalI and other California points taking same rate for 35 15 S B VAN METER Agt Some inquiry has been made by as pirants to the various county offices about our charges and terms for an- n ouncements in THE REPUBLICAN In answer to such inquiry we will say that an announcement for any county office is 5 cash when order for an nouncement is made The Bank of Hartfords efficient officers have placed a tier of safety vaults in their large Hosier safe The vaults are for the use of the banks patrons in which important pa pets and other valuables may be de posited Each apartment has two keys one of which will be kept by the bank and the other by customer Both keys must be used in opening the vaults Mr Guy E Williams the oldest son of our townsman Gross B Wil liams who is now in the employe of R G Dunn Co mercantile agents took passage on board the steamship Merlon at Philadelphia last Saturday orpolnts In Europe He goes direct to Liverpool England and will probably visit London Birmingham md other points returning the first of October C S Moxley Shreve called to set us yesterday Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keown Fordsville is in town Robert Crider Fordsville was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr K be Mauzy is ill of typhoid fever at Mr R H GilleBples E M Woodward is visiting the family of Mr Steve Leach near Beda Mrs Julia Wedding is visiting friends and relatives at Whitesvilie this week C D Stevens will leave Monday for Georgetown where he will enter Georgetown College Messrs C T Whlttlnghilland Cic ero Mlles Trisler were in town Wed nesday and Thursday Messrs Rowan Holbrookand T H Black attended the Hardin County Fair at Ellzibethtown yesterday E E Birkhead is at Dawcon Springs on a short vacation Mr Rice Jesse Owcnsborois running the Turly business in his absence The Pension Board composed of Dr J S Smith McHenry Dr S D Tay lor Beaver Dam and Dr S J Wed ding Hartford held its regular meet tdu t the litters office here Wednes day I Mr Nathan Coleman one of thi oldest and best citizens of the Cf ralvc neighborhood died yesterday morning at the age ol 86 years Funera services will be conducted by Rev Hiram Brown at Waltons Creek church today after which interment will take pace at Waltons Creek cemetery License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ranland since our last issue Chas Decker Genlvo lo Mary B Fulkrson Ceralvo R E Simpson Wysox to Mitiie P Bollard Wysox I H Travis Horton to Emily Jam Howard Horton Thoo W Wallace Cromwell to Claudie M PiitleCrom well Ieander Shown Fordsville to Bertha Freeman Fordsville WAYLAID TEACHER Small Boy Gets Revenge for Whipping by Shooting Schoolmaster Owlngsvllle Ky Sept 7AlSmokey Valley Elliott county Wil liam Brown aged twelve waylaid and shot with a shotgun Prof A J Clark who had whipped him for some Infraction of the rules of the school which Brown was attending The entlrecharge took effect in Clarks arm and breast Inflicting serious but not fatal wounds Clark is forty years old 1 c ct J 1c 4I ==C = c = = = t Special Bargai- nsSeptember TOP 6 J We mean to make the month of August one of 7 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 4 make room for our large fall stock which arrives September 1 1st we place upon our bargain counters and offer special valG ties injSummer Clothing Dress I Goods and all other thin goods such Organdies Dimities Lawns VtioJ7- a MIMHirytt i Yy tll Foulard Silk Etc Straw Hats for gents and children Lowcut Shoes for men ladies and children also T s t many other things too numerous to mention Dont fail to visit us in this month You cant to f Is the good 100 Fine 100 and up I Ladies 100 and up at very low 15 Clay Suits sizes 35 to c3 20 Suits ties 25 to 12 300 12 Suits sizes 14 to 12 Boys Suits sizes G to 15 75 30 pairs 32 to 42 100 Mens and u Fine Shirts and up a afiord to miss the rare values we ofler Ialong your of all lauds and get highest market price for same and carry home double the in that oth ers would pay you for them 1 you for your liberal 1 of the past season and s hoping merit a of the same we c v are always Yours for business iS J TICHENOR McHenry- M4444 y M444 prprrppprpppp I = Quick Sales and Small Profits II our motto Read the following prices see our goods and rest is easy t HamiltonBrown Shoes- A heavy working Shoe for Shoes Shoes Childrens Shoes prices Black Worsted 1DBlack Cheviot Youths 101225 Pantssizes Heavy Overalls Jackets00ilIe- nsJfc at30c Bring Produce value merchandise Thanking 4patronage continuance t Corduroy Dress Goods All Calico 5c Heavy Factory Cotton Sc Good Bleach Cotton 5c Heavy Bed noking15eHeavy Hickory Shirting7c Suspenderst 9c Mens Socks 5c Ladies Hose 5caChildrens ose 5c 7 Handkerchiefs for 25c ill Suit of Underwear for Men45c ill 50 tidies Tailormade Dress Skirts Iat 300 Former price 500 to 500 aeach Mens Latesjb Hats at100told up 4lI eVo also handle a fine lino of Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Carpets Mattings 2and anything else kept in a firstclass dry goods Store and prices as cheap as the cheapest Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere and he convinced that it is itto your interest to trade with us I SAM BACH Hartford 3- J= MII 4444444444444 r I I TOO AFFECTIONATE MAN Is an Overdose of Love on tIle Husbands Part Equiva lent to Cruelty Philadelphia Inquirer Divorce courts have produced many strange causes for marital separa tions but we venture to say that th most astonishing one on record is that of the woman who wants th bonds severed because her husbind since marriage has gratified her every wish She cannot consent to liv with such a man and the courts are asked to give her a chance to marry a man who may be expected to fight at the drop of the hat The astonishing thing about this i not the fact but the admission of the woman It seems certain to the un prejudiced man who has followed th course of divorce cases for many years that the same reason underlies all such applications but it has not been generally expressed We leave it to husbands even to those who are un der fire if they will not state with an unprejudiced mind that every wish of their wives has been granted that nothing has been done from the be ginning except to let them have their own way It would be absurd to sup pose that a man would beat his wile or otherwise abuse her after having taken the most solemn obligations to the contrary Men are too good to their wives ald suffer accordingly A recent sociologist of distinction wrote a book on the subject Why are divorces BO much more common now than formeily He Palled to mention the tact that women now get everything they want while the husband is not permitted to use even moral suasion to protect his own in terests Has it ever struck this man that the divorce problem came up at the very time when the husbands gave up beating their wives It used to be that a man who married a woo man hod a perpetual ownership in her He secured her under contract as he did a horse or dog and when things did not go right he adminis tered the corrective lashalways mind you in a thoroughly Christian spirit and for the good of the punish ed It hurt him much more to beat his wife than to take a licking him self but he did it in a spirit of self abnegation which had most admira ble results In these days when a man cannot knock his wife down without unfa vorable comment it is natural that there is a laxity of discipline in the home and divorces are common It would appear that the good old days are gone forever From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that Iran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I trieda number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this 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 Griffin Bro m Good Roads Lead to Matrimony American Farmer There are many arguments to show the advantages of good highwaysbut they are all of the intensely practical sort Nobody ever thought of asso elating the sentimental with a road and so far as we know neither poem nor romance has had for its theme the subject of roadmaking or road im proving It was left for a lecturer be fore a class at the Chicago University to bring out the fact that bad roads were an actual discouragement of matrimony and largely responsible for race suicide The professors argu ment is ingenious if not convincing The majority of young men and wom en in the country do not marry but come to the city because of the bad roads The city like the terrible minotaur oi ancient Greece swallows up the young men and the maidens of our country All of which may be classed as highly interesting if true Heretofore it has been generally un derstood that love of all things was not to be deterred by the absence of a road If there is not a way it makes one If there is a mountain between it climes it if a river it is swum Is there an instance on record where a lovesick youth has been deterred from reaching the object of his passion simply because there was no highway or even pathiover which he might travel If love laughs even at lock smiths and will break ptisou fors to get together is it to be supposed that the absence of roads or the badness thereof would act u a permanent impediment We tear this uneasy professor is not well acquainted with the country If he was he would girlseof the rural districts fail to marry on ofetransportation On the contrary they have a wonderful facility in getting prete ty girls on top of the mountain with nothing better than a trail path lead ing thereto depend upon it the boys will find them Did not Leander toshis hero Did notlithe man that shot Sandee McGee in Bret Hartes ineorder to dance with Old Folins bees daughter the pride of Poverty FlatIt is true that good rods help some and far be it from us to throw any discouragement either in the way of matrimony or smooth highways Good roads facilitate buggy riding and it is well known that nothing is so conducive to courting as a tetea tete ride in a smooth running buggy But there was lots of marrying before loads of any kind were in existence and courting galore before buggies or other wheeled vehicles were heard of Unless all the poets and philosophers ate wrong love actually delights in obstacles and is never so happy r s when cutting across lots to accom plish a union Does not Beatrice tell us that the course of true love never did run smooth and nre there not millions of stories to prove that love will find a way whether there is n road or path in a hundred miles ol the place If it were really true that men and women could not mE frY without good roads depend upon it that good roads would soon be abun dant in every neighborhood But it remains to be proven that aLY marriage was yet prevented or any lovers kept long apart when no greater obstacle intervened than the iak of macadamized roads or smooth running highways A Power For Good Tha Pills that ore potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says During a bilious attack I tookone Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass 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 Respect for Ages in Japan Kleunor Frnnkllug Yokohama Letter In IexUfV Weekly In Japan there is no such thing as disrespect from youth to age No Japanese boy or girl could ever think in a light or disrespectful manner of his or her superior or teachers and this may account for the earnestness so unusual among young children When a student enters a masters presence in Japan be bows to the floor and when the lesson is finished he bows again with expressions of the deepest gratitude as he takes his departure The teacher sitting in most cases upon his feet on the floor gravely returns each salution then lights his little pipe at tbe inevitable bit of a smoking box and waits for his next class There is no hurrying of masters from room to room as in some of the schools in our own en lightened land Great imitators as they are the Japanese are remarkable for knowing instinctively those fjr elgn customs which would not coin ride with their national chatncterls tics fHas Sold a Pile of Chamber lains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can re ommpnd it highlyJoseph McElhi ney Lmton Iowa You will find this remedy n good friend when afIfonlstake For sale by all druggistsI Where Our Perfumes Come From Most of our perfumes we naturally think come from India and Bulgaria but the various oils nnd ingredients are oh lined tram nil parts of the world From the mountain jaiges of Thibet Russian and India come musk which is such un important perlumesI the water of the coast of Clllr a and Japan Southern France and Bulgaria furnish us with roseoil anti from Southern Europe come such products as are derived from the or ante and lemon The flower garden of the world which is that part of France sltnUed south of the maritime range of tin Alps produces n large portion of that oilwhich is so essential to the nitk ing of perfumes attar of rose As no lain falls here from March to Sep temder the climate is admirably adapted to the industry For miles and miles nothing can be seen except rose About 7000 plants are required to each acre in the rose gardens nnd these yield about 50000 pounds of roses The gardeners require a sunny slope and much irrigation The bushes are cut down to the ground each year and the plants attain an enormous age The flowers are pick ed each morning while the dew is on them that they retain their perfume They are taken to the factories in great baskets where they are dumped into big copper stills which holds half a barrel of water each Then comes the distilling process which results in rose water The rose wat er is itself distilled On top of the fluidwhich arises from this process I float oily drops which are worthmore than their weight in gold I More RiotsIDisturbances of strikers are not I nearly as grave ab an individual dis order of the system Overwork loss I of sleep nervous tension will be fol lowed butter collapse unless a re liable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver and Kid ney as Electric Bitters Its a won derful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medidine for run down systems It dispels Jser vicusness Rhoimmtism and Neural gia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by Z Wayne Grifiin Bro Drug gist Surprised the Governess Here is a good story about Emper or William which is now going the round oi the German papers During his childhood ho was in charge of a conscientious but rather stern governess and one day he and his little brother misbehaved themselves and she found it necessary to chastise them in the old orthodox fashion When her task WKS finish ed she sat down and turning to Wil liam who wts looking quite surly at her said- I can assure you your rojal high ness that I sutler quite aq much as you do whenever I punish you To which the future Emperor quick ly replied That may be madam but you dont suffer in the same place 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 tbe Eustachian Tube When this tube s inflamed you have 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 normalcondition hearing will be destroyed forever nine case out of ten are caused by Catarrhwhich is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mu surfaceWe given away One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F S Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Out of the Question Between now and the 8th of Novem ber the Democratic party would like to be considered as sane and reasona ble in its intentions regarding the revision of the Tarifl How sane and how reasonable would a Democratic Government be that was elected on a platform which denounces Protection I as robbery About as sane and reas onable as W J Bryan would be if he had the controlling voice in determ ining whether or not the single gold standard should be maintained The truth is the Democratic party does not know how to bs sane and reason able on any vital question It is out of the 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natIanaSJII1B qf oYo iTkeQuiir Its 10 to 1 you do if you arc a victim fc of iiKilariu- Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit It will run malaria but it leaves almost deadly after cl- ieutsHERLHNE la purely vn gmttllo mid absolutely guirint xu to euro cick luadailir hilioimni mid all stomach lidnoy art liver eoinphiiuUi THY IT TODAY 50 Cants n Dottlo AH Drxijjtfluio i hChC7r ForSale by J H Williams Hartford Ky un OUR CLUBBING RATES TMK RKITIMICAN and Louisville Hlrahl125Tin RKITHUCAN und Louisville Daily Herald 250 TilE KKPUHMCAX und CourierJournal 150 TIIK REICIII lAx und New York Tribune 125 Tin liKPUnucAN und Thricea Week World 1G Tin KKITIMICAX und Yellow 125 Tim RiMtitucAN and St Louis lobeDemocrat 175 Till KKitHUCAN und Home and Farm- Lippencotts 125 Till RKITIUKAV und and Cosmopolitan 325 c no it n ManlessLdndfor Landless Man J OUO 4 And for him whose acreage is limited because he cultivates a high priced farm There are vast tra- ctsINTHEGREATSOUTHWEST Within stones throw of farms in the highest state of cultivation which are practically manless and can be secured at one fifth to one tenth the market price price per acre of and Old State farm WriteI for illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Okahomn or Texas Very Low Round Trip Rates To any southwestern point every Tuesday in September and the 1stIand 3rd Tuesday in Octobr and November I Geo H Lee H I McGuireIienlit Afrpnt hIMlpuss tent I A lltlo hock Ark 1 Imlmmtl O fii Constipation makes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by taJ ingI J IIVERcyILLSI AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist a Nature in eliminating the poison make good i blood good digestion and will keep the 4 bRoses in Your Cheeks jAComplete Treatment 25c Q fiCnI dealerstt l 4 St Ion w L- tAQrt c G t IIiIThe Modern tonica dose before each meal will make you feel strong and well PANOIA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys La Grippe and general debility Made by the LmTcIntlELD PilAR MACAL Co Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1v 1 1v11 N1 1 11 11 1-a Facts In Few Lines the World Over Iron niourt tin the highest elevation in Missouri is but I 8o feet shove the levelut the sea The Salvation Army is making marked Inroads upon the Chinese colony in Son Francisco The hHml dt light in rocs of nil sorts They do not run toward a ape as the seeing do but toward a bill that jangles br sky In the coat pocket of a workman who wn diflcnv red horribly mutilat ed nt Vinccnnen near Paris were found manuscripts of poems written ny him in Iatin Greek and Hebrew According to a recent Russian con sular report six years ao 9 ooo chi dren attended the Russian hchools In Syria The number Is now 21000 Russia hasnen the lead in estab Ijshing missions in lMstineP- eterborough cathedral has the oldest working click in England It was erected about 132 and is proba bly the work of a monastic clockmak cr It is the only one now known that is wound up over an old wooden wheelWhat is said to be the largest electromagnet in the world has been in stalled in the Bridgeport Conn hos pital It will be used for extracting pieces of iron and steel from the eyes of Machinists and other metal work ers who nay be injured The loss of life from accidents and disasters in the Uunited States in 193 wa Fires 1792 drowning 2 471 explosions 736 falling build ings etc 474 steam railways 4000 electric railways 573 electricity 156 mines 788 cyclones and storms 487 lightning 139 The putter from Danish dairies brings higher prices in England than any produced by the British butter mbkers or any Imported from any other nation The little kingdom on 7the north coast of the European continent exports also 2 500000 pounds of honey every year The local telephone company at St Johns Mich which handles nn extensive rural service is seeking to make its service indispensable by furnishing subscribers with the government daily weather reports and other important news of the day Signals are rung each morning on all farm lines and all who desire may get this report An English inventor has replaced the ordinary grooving of a rifle barrel with lines of small ball bearingsalong which the hard steel projectile slips The Inventor claims that he gets 40 per cent greater average velocity penetration and range than can be obtained with the same weight ofpro jectile and charge from guns made on the old system Mrs Hester Trudow of Lesueur Minn whose age is ninetyeight and who until lately ba1 been toothless for thirty years began six mouths ago to cut her third set of teeth and has now a complete outfit of new natural teeth both upper and lowers She claims that she has acquired her new teeth by eating each day a teaspoonful of powdered oyster ohells It Saved his Leg P A Danfortb of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with n fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklous Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cts Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists rClassifying Him Trout Tho Chlctigo News Id have you know sir said the pompous city chap on a vacation in the country that I work with my head Instead of with my hands Haw exclaimed the honest far mer I lowed at first that yew wuz jay but accordln tew yore statement yew must be a woodpecker bgcsh Have you read that very Interesting magazine The Smart Se- tOneMinuteOoughOure n For Coughs Colds and Croup Do the Best Thing heat rails Mont Leaderj Every man wants to do the best he for his country Do you tblnkt best for yourcountry at this time to an experiment that has failed in Great Britain that has been discard ed by nearly all the great European powers and that proved such a dismal failure when practiced even to a small extentby the United States youImake a you to the burden you will have to shoulder the responsibility You are certain that under the policy inaugurated by the Republican party the country hRS prospered but you are doubtful wlut fare the inauguration 9f Democratic policies might bring you It is your duty therefore to let well enough alone to refuse to try experiments and such theories unles s it is plainly shown to you that such experiments and such theories are more likely to result in benefits now than they were when tried before The Republican party points to sue cess The Democratic party can on ly point to a succession of failures Which p rty will you ally yourself with Just For Fun TeacherWho discovered America Small BoyDonno- TeacherWhy I supposed ever t boy in school knew that Small BoyI didnt know it wa lest Fond Papa Johnny the stork has brought a new baby to our house would you like to see it Little JohnnyNo but I would like to see the stork 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 IIIon Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance a said meeting there will be issued teach holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Cen tral 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 tosay between 900 a m and 500 p m in the office of the Assistant Secreta ry Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any bolder of stock registered as above on application in writing to th President of the Company In Chica go Each application must state the fullname 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 carried free In respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH HACKSTAEK Secy A Roosevelt Song Scores of poems set to familiar airs drift into the Republican national and state headquarters these days Rt cently the mail brought verse which the writer says should be sung to Hall Columbia It is as follows R aise your banners hail the chief Ofour country great and glorious O four party long victorious S trenuous always pressing on ward Even watchfullooking forward Vote for him who Is truly leading Earnestly all good causes pleading Let our nation come to grief Trust in himour faithful chief Stern Parent Yes said Harper its leap year Did Estelle propcs to you No sighed young Larker But I heard you say This is so suddenYes that was when her father made his appearance with a club Rather Rough on Pa- I say ma queried little Jimmy looking up for his picture book am I descended from monkeys Not on my side of the home JIm- my replied Mrs Growler with much emphasis The Tariff Helps the Farmer Year after year since the inaugura lion of William McKinley and the accession of his successor Theodore Roosevelt and during the continued operation of our present protective tariff the iarru products of the country without regard to the quantity bar vested have netted the farmer more AyersPillsWant beautiful brown or rich black Use than a billion dollars in excess of the value received during the operation of the WilsonGorman tariff law un der the administration of Grover Cleveland This by no means howI ever measures the increased value to onr farmers as another billion dol tars must be lidded as the value of form animals It is not likely that the farmers either West or lust North or South care to change existent conditions and go back to the low values and to the cheap mark ets of 1894 1895 and 1896 Mere Trifles Huggins My wife is always worrying over trifles Muggins So What particular trifle is worrying her now HugginsHer bathing suit Suspicion Not Yet Coufirmed Miss Chcllus married Mr Gayman I understand Oh yessome time ago Sr she caught him at last eh No she hasnt canght him yet but she has her suspicions Doing Good by Stealth Wigg Deacon Buncomb is fond of doing good deeds on the sly WaggYes but hes terribly cutup if other people dont find out about it- t oExtremesItll prove that the north an south poles can meet said the man with the protruding chin What will asked the man wit the hooked nose If Cleveland and Bryan come out indorsing Parkers speech of ac ceptance Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale dail Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col at rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 31St for return S B VAN METER Agt Grammatica- lAs soon as he entered the room continued the man who was telling the story he laid down Lay down yon mean interrupted the stickler for formI- CAccepting your correction reo toesay he lay down his hat and stick on the divan Thank you for calling my attention to the error Better 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 pains For sale by all drug gists The Repair Bill JonesYou say theyre poor Why they have the finest automobile in town Johnson Thats what makes them poor Romeo and Juliet Up to Date Krom the New York News Romeo Romeo Isobbed the stealthy Juliet They will notta letta us love a ana more My people tella me I mus notta marry you What I care replied Romeo sav agelyItl will trowa dessa bomb on da Iron porch I will blowa youra people all over dessa ward v Pity the Druggist lhllldelihlii Ledger The druggist night bell rang furi ously and with a much ruffled temper the worthy dispenser came down in his pajamas and opened the store door I want a bottle of ginger ale please requested the complacent indi vidual who stood without For a moment the druggist was in clined to be personal but then he re flected that since he had come down be might as well do business Twenty cents please he said Five cents will be allowedon the bottle when returned Two hours later he was awakened by another rnig Again he descended to find the same complacent customer at the door Heres your bottle he remarked Gimme me 5 cents 4 Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying againThe DYErimI CumberlandTELEPHONE AlD Telegraph Co Incorporated withdmy land Telephone in my residence and of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is nee er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IL P NOWLIM Many Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance WT f 1WII Ohio CountCircuit Court TF Ulrkboail Judge lien U lUngoAtjtorney P11 Black Jailer Ed O Kumiss Clerk Trunk L Felix Master Com mlHuloner Y L Miuelejr Trustee Jury Fund Ca 1 Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy SherIffC Keown Clarence Keown Jo 11 Roberto Sam Keown 4S CourtconvcneH Drift Mon day In March und August and continued three weckflnnd third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtJ P Miller Judge MS Rag and Clerk W II Iiarneg Attorney Hartford tfSTConrt convenes Out Monday In each month Quarterly Court Deglna on the third Monday July October and January dCourt of Claims Convenes flint Monday In Jut oars Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other OlUcersJlI Wood Surveyor Cernlvo DetteeaehCoroner Sulphur Springs Xviotlcas Courts D F Hudson Bearer Dam February 16 May 18 August 31 November 30 Ueo W Martin Ilalretown February 12 May 14 August 20 November IS Jab M Graham Narrow February 28 JTfty 2 August 29 November 11 T A Evans Fordsvlllo January IS May 7 August 27 November B J A Hicks Iluford February 7 May 0 Aug 7y February 9 May 11 August 24 November II D J Wilcox llockport February 20 May S Augustus November ZXartford 3clleo Court Jno D Wilson Judge C K Smith City At torney S V Ilarnott Marshal Court con venes second Monday In eachmonth ZSollgrloMo Sorvlc M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm and second Sunday at 7 pm Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Her WTMlller Pastor Daptlst Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night und fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her J H Iluruett pastor- C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees HartfordJus P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M locker J 11 D Car son Jon C HIle- yT01fDlrnstltsUownn Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S TInsley A C Taylor Socxot Societies A 0 D W meets Unit and third Friday ulghts In each month Hartford Lodge No GiG F 4 A Masons first Monday night In each month Rough liver Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Pout No 4 0 A Rhold tte ulnr meetings Saturday beforeflrst Sunday In each month Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed To There aro three different manifesta tlons of sleeplessness First linrdly to sleep a wInk all night second to Ho awako a long tlmo 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 nerve fibres somewhere In the 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 be worse than death To right it tako Dr Miles Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trouble are Dizziness Headache Backache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy Fits St Vitus 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 tilt up to have his bed made getlieneither sleep or cat Our baby girl was sent away and all callers barred because ho could not stand a bit of talk prostration Nervine Vo began giving It to him and in a few days he was able to bo steadllyImprovedMUS A G HASKIN Freovlllc N Y FREE Write to us for Freo Trial Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the Now Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell itlreoLABORATORIES UUUIAUT 1ND t 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTUM o Order Ohio Bounty Goilrt Regular term Sept 5 1904 Win Pollock c On judgment Petition for Loc 1 Option Election at McHenry Ky Wm Pollock Henry Newton Wra flser Jis Penman Torn Knyler ete Taylor Will Newton G R Cot Tin Ina Givens Alva Thomas Ed addox Jack Dempsey Everett Sisk mean Penman Js E + py John Brigs Joe Day Wm Maddn Roland Jer Palos Hawes K A Nordland Eugene Chinn Dick Toni Plank feunian Perry Render Alves Banes MR Hocker Monroe LUtlefisld Sam Hawes Everett Hawes Elvis Rogers Henry Smith Gilbert Taylor Tom Garland Wm Phelps Oscar Brown Tom Render Jeff Davis Will Wilkes tend Finly Park having by an order of this Court duly nde at its last regular July term i y4 held next be Jore this filled their written petition jlgned by each rind EtllIf them pray ing for a local option election in and for the town of McHenry Ky on Thursday September ijth 1904 which said petition was and is signed by said parties it is now adjudged that slid petition ws and is signed ay said petitioners whcse ranges ap pear thereto and that same are legal end qualified voters of said town qualified to vote fjr county officers And are in number squat to more than 35 per cent of such voters vjting at the last town election tar said town And that each one of said petitioners nee over 21 years of age and have resided in the State of Kentucky more than one year in the county of Ohio more than six months and in the Town of McHenry more than sixty gays before the filing of said petition i J they and each of them are quall fed to vote at an election for county tBcers It It therefore ordered and adjudged by the court the court being suffi ciently advised that an election be leld in and for said town of McHenry an Thursday the 22nd day of Septem ber 1974 tor the purpose of taking the sense of legal qualified voters of said Sown who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the question whether or not spiritous vinous and malt liquors shall be sold bargained or leaned in laid town and whether or not the law DOW in force prohibiting the salebar lei and loan of and traffic in such 3i uors in said town shall become in operative in the said town of McHen ry The petitioners this day deposit td with J P Miller county judgethe sum of thirty five dollars which sum is adjudged sufficient to pay costs of advertising printing ballots and of Seers lor holding election Cal P Keown tiE regular elected qualified and acting sheriff of Ohio county Is appointed to hold said else iion for which purpose he is ordered ind directed to open a poll at the vot ing places in said town for holding municipal elections and he will advertise said election as required by law M S Ragland the regular elected qualified and acting clerk of Ohio county is ordered and directed to pre pare and furnish poll books and bal rats for said election a9 required by- lw and this cause Is continued- M S RAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLND D C NOTICE Pursuant to foregoing order and ui met ol the Ohio County Court J will on Thursday September the nd 19 1 cause a poll to b opened is and in the manner required by law eah aud all of the voting places in jhe town ol McHenry Ohio county ntunky to take the sense of the jegal voters of said town qualified tore for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spirits vinous or mat liquors shall be 30id bartered loanedor trafficked in h aid town c IcIIenry Ohio county Ky or whether or not the toW in force in Ohio county Ken ijcy prohibiting the sale barter oind trnffi in such lfcuors chill become inoperative in the 3 Id town of McHenry Ohio county Unlucky Given under my hand as ShcrilV of Ohio county Kentucky Ini the 6th day of September 1904 C P Iscnvx S O C rNasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm wbick Is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrilscleanses vH heals the whole surface over s nich it uiuuses itself A remedy for Nasal Ctttnrrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognizfd us a specific Price 5I cents at druggists or by mail A cold intbe luad Immediately disappears wher Cream Balm is u pc1I Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street York Order Ohio Goilntij Coilrt Regular term Monday September 5th 1934 Election to regulate stock running at large- It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the Fiscal court of Ohio county by a majority of its members has heretolora decided that elections to regulate the running of stock at large in Ohio county shall be confined to voting precincts in said county And it further appearing that G W Gordon and twentyone other legal voters of Cromwell voting I precinct have filed their petition praying an election to be held in said vot ing precinct at the regular election Novembers 1914 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in said precinct as to whether or not hogs shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct and it further appear- Ing that Rowan Holbrook and nine teen other legal voters of West Hart ford voting precinct and W M Kirt ley and thirty eight other legal voters of Point Pleasant voting precinct have filed their petitions praying that an election be held in their respective voting precincts at the regular elec tion November 8 194 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said precincts as to whether or not hogs sheep gcats and geese shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts or either of them and it appearing that said pet titioners have deposited a sum suffi cient to defray the expense of the election in each precinct it is there fore ordered and adjudged that said questions be submitted to the voters of said precincts at said time and the officers of election in Cromwell voting precinct are directed to open a poll at its voting place in said precinct for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of same as to whether or not hogs shall be permitted to run at large therein and the election officers of West Hartford and Point Pleasant voting precincts are directed to open a poll at each and all of the voting places in said precincts to take the sense of the voters thereof as to whether or not hogs sheep gcats and geese shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts or either of themNotice of the submission of these questions shall be published at least 20 days before said election in at least four Issues of a paper having the larg est circulation in the county and the county clerk is directed to have print ed on the ballots for each of said pre cincts the question for or against the running at large of such stock as submitted in each of said precincts A copy attestM RAGLAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order I Cal P Keown sherifl of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened in each nl the voting precincts therein named on November 8 icp4i for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters of said precincts on the propo sitions therein stated CAL P KEOWN S O C Hartford Ky Sept 7 1904 w OASTOnXABears thethe Kind You Nara Always Bought Signature of C WANTED Industrous man or wom an as permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look niter its business in this county and ad joiniugiterritory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly aud expenses Salary paid weekly from home office Expense money advanced Experience not essen tail Enclose selfaddressed envelope Gent lh Manager Como Block ChicagoOrder Ohio Goilnty Boilrt I Regular term Monday Sept 5 191- 4Ivection to regualte stock running at large It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county by a majority of the members composing the same has heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running of stock at large in Ohio county shall be confined to voting precincts In said county and it further appearing that Cal P Keown and lotlysx other legal volts of Fast Hflrtforl voting precinct W A Clark and twentyone other 1elai voters of the Sulphur Springs voting precinct J L Ralph and twenty two other legal voters of Ralph voting precinct James Ashley and thirtythree other legel voters of Beda voting precinct Ben Newton and fortyfour other legal voters of Buford precinct J M Muffett and twentyfive other legal voters of Ma twentymother other legal voters of Partletts pre duct W H Carter and thirtythree other legal voters of Nttrows voting precinct K E Qulsenbcrry ad twentyfour other legal voters of West Fordsville voting precinct P K Newton and sixty other legal tlera of East Fordsville voting W P Ta lor and pretlnctI legal vters of Herbert W R Chapman and nineteen other legal voters of East Beaver Dam pre cinct have filed their several petitions praying an election to be held in their respective voting peclncts at the regular election November S 1914 for the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters in each of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run rt large In said precincts cr any of them and it appearing that said petitioners have deposited with the Ohio CountI Court the sum of 500 to expense of the election in each pre duct it is therefore ordered and ad judged that said question be submit ted to the voters of said precincts at said time and the officers of election in each of the precincts herein named are hereby directed to open a poll each and all of the voting places atj said precincts in Ohio County for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters upon the question whether or not they shall permit cat tIe generally to run at large in respect ive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall be published at least twenty days before the said election in at least four issues of a paper pub fishing in said county having thei largest bna fide circulation in Ohio County And the County Clerk is ordered and directed to have printed on the ballots for each of said pre rinds the question For or against the running at large of cattle in precinct Ohio County Kentucky naming the precinct upon each poll book A copy attest M S RAGLAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the aoove order I Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio County will cause a poll to be opened in each of the voting precincts therein nam ed on November S 1904 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precincts as to wheth er or not cattle generally shall be per mitted to run at large in said pre cincts CAL P KPOWN S 0 C Hartford Ky Sept 7 1904 Grand Out of Town Excursion Sunday September 11th Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas belt Special train leaves 7th St Union depot Lou isville at 7 oclock a m Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rush ville 100 Knightstowu 100 Anderson 125 Alexandria i 25 Marlon 150 Wallaces Great Show Central City Sept 19th On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Central City for 75 cts tickets sold Sept 19th limited to Sept 2oth for returnS VAN METER Agt They Died Together Louisville Ky Sept 7William K Neal under Indictment for the murder last winter of Assistant Commonwealths Attorney James K Shrader today shot and killed his wife Nellie Robinson Neal and then ended his own life The tragedy occurred in a boardinghouse on West Broadway where Neal and his wife had been living since Sunday as Mr and Mrs Johnson of Nashville Tenn Mrs J G Baird the landlady caidr The couple came to my house Sun day and paid for two days board Mrs Neal was complaining of being ill She came down today looking haggard and worn saying her hus band was too ill to come to the table and she wanted to take him a light lunch owe BIG OUR itTIII HfiST LINK TO P 1 IndianapolisPeoria IIIIIntl Michigan Buffalo New York Boston IAIIiI All Points East pInformation cheerfully morn on at City Ticket office Big Four Route No 2r9 4th Ave or write to I S J GATESIGenl Agt ILouisvillc Ky 01111R1 010nO Real EStateBargail1S Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2 500 120 acres near Rockport lor 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford 900 115 acres fine bottom land six odes from Hartford for 2200 40 acres 3t miles from Sulphur Springs lot 35 145 acres 2J miles from Hartford 3000A and two Acres of ground adjoining Hsrtford 375 43 acres on Green rower near Fair est 430- I I will sell your property for you or I abIstacted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate I n Can You Figure 200Given AVVay TO ITSTOMKKS OF Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votes will he cast for Congress In Ohio county at the November election this yens For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional vales cast we have the following cash gUts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 2O Third 1000 Fourth r 00 Next 55 liiesses eiuh 200 I HUH Total 20000 For earh dollars worth of goods bought of Carson S Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The ron test will he decided according to the decision of the election com missioners who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be riven out after 4 oclock on election day Begin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or address The Republican n When Are You Corning In The time of year has come when we begin to think about laying aside our summer apparel and preparing for fall and winter Our business has steadily grown from season to season Now we are anxious to make this the biggest of all We have just returned from the market where we have made great preparations for the approaching sea son Our stock never was more complete in every department Dress Goods Millinery Goods Clothing Mens Hats Shoes and Notions There will be nothing left undone to help us carry out I our effort to make this a banner season We shall hold open house September 17 1904 We shall look for you Now we have prepared a little souvenir for every lady who will attend We will be disappointed if you dont come Re member the place and remember the date September 17 We invite you to grace our store with your presence on this occasion Dont disappoint us Truly Yours Carson Co I iNOitlnIiA- lIItHartford Kentucky A M J Daily Tourist Sleerers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California having 830 a m daily via Little Rock Texurkana Dallas Fort Worth and JC1 Paso The Mini Route to Californin Fast schedule Chenp Colonist rites in t fleet cnily during Match and Al rim 194 to California mid the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9Ft m from Kansas City Wednendiiys Thiirsduys and Fridays 630 p III going via Pueblo D fit R G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first arid third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive liteiaturc rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky If Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RHIHBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastost and Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules I Leave Louisville 8HO a m daily Arrive St Louis 5l5 p m daily Solid through train front Louisville with Observation Parlor tad Dining CarLeave Louisville 101st p m daily Arrive St Louis 72 n in tinily Solid through trains from Louisville withsixteen section Pullman Sleep ersAll trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with WnliRBh Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low Excursion RatesWill be announced scion P E CAlm Passenger anti wicket KyA Ticket Agent KyC u District Pas senger Agent 2o4 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo H BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS ANIlIIE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE 1 WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining null Skf = lug are elegant Conches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustrate Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rata time of tnilni siwjMnn Cur Iterer viitlniiH Itc cull unnnv Ticket tKrnt or nil dress t P llrlARTY Uvnl Innn Agent Cliiclnniitl Olilo or It N IlltOWX l IAI- DiilsvlllcKy ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY I1iCulltonAnuI NEWhairoad Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense If you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky I I 1 I