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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l f4t kZrI1er1M LC U II Fine Job Work a Specialty IIVOL XVII U HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1904 No9 GREAT INTEREST In The Armer MurderCaseai Calhoon is Manifest Other Important Cases that wil Come up During the Term There IB much Interest in the term of Circuit court which begins next h week nt Calhoun The principal business of the court will be the trial of the case ngains 11Rev W W Armer for the murder ul his son The people of McLean county commend the juries of Davies county and it Is believed that a Mc Lean county jury will do equally well foi law order and justice if It gets a chance The sentiment however Is very strong against Armer and it III probable that he will be able to secure a change of venue on that ac countThe Ellison will case will bs the occasion of a big fight In court Thi contest is over the will of the mat Thomas Ellison and will bs ver bitterly fought all along the Hue v The prohibition election case wll make things wairn for a few days nt court An election was held hew ot the question ns to whether or not whisky should be sold here Tin dry side won on the face of the reo turns but the liquor men took it to the contest board which decided tha no election had been held after they got through with it the vote standln equally lor nUll against the sale The dry people appealed to the Clrcul court and the case will be heard tin latter part of next week Both side are very much In earnest It is believed thut the dry peo le will win HERRIN ILlS- eptcmber n 19 I EDITOR RurniiiCAN I will try this week In the same old way to send you a few items from this section of the country The work is good The mints are running every day Sonic of the boys from Kentucky and other parts of the country are coming and tfoing all the time I will send you the nniuis of a few that have just ar rived In the last few days and were successful in finding work Messrs John Sbarp William Pal lock Joe B Rled Fred Wilson and Alvey Fogel ol McIIenry Ky John flyers of Echnls Ky i1f and Mrs P L Neighbors of Fender Ky have moved to Herrln to make this their future home Mr Neighbors has accepted a position with the Chicago Herrin Coal Co Mrs David Francis ol this city is visiting relatives in Render Ky at this writing Miss Annye Swain has returned to her home at Beaver Dam Ky alter a three wetks visit in this city the r A guest of Mr and Mrs W H Stanley Mr Chas McNeel has moved to Central City Ky after being in this r Jty for several days on business- Mrs J G Rollands of Plnevllle Ky Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Peter Lander In this city Mr and Mrs C W Saterfield and son Charles Robert have moved irom this city to Cloverport Kywhere Mr Saterfeld has accepted a position as clerk for a Mercantile Co Mr Editor I cant sendyou much news of interest this time but it will prove to you that with me Tins RiS ItiiUCAN is a valuable paper- NARROWS 5ept I4Work on the abutment 4 for the new Iron bridge across Rough river here was begun last week Murphy Bros contractors are work ing a large force of men and expect to complete their work by the last of next mouth The Methodist Episcopal church is erecting a church edifice at the crossing of the Hartford Olaton Dundee and Horse Branch road near Mt Vernon church The structure will cost about 1000 Scarlet fever is epidemic around here and Dundee A dozen deaths have already resulted and much auu ifky prevails Several schools have closed and parents everywhere are keeping their children in seclu sion Statistics carefully collected and compared by the farmers unions indi cate a corn crop of sixty two percent and a tobacco crop of forty three per centol the crops of 1903 for the north ern end of the county An early frost would reduce these estimates Narrowsians are justly proud or an exhibit of their townsmans Mr H C Powers at the St Louis lair Il consists of crude and finished pro ducts from Mr Powers fireclay beds heresald to be the finest in Kentucky Clay is manufactured by a corporation of which Powers is a member at Ow ensboro A set of vases made iron bosIcluding the present Governor of the CommonwealthMrs Kiibey who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Hines nt Rockport has returned home Messrs H L Thomas and Henry Berkley vliled relatives at McDan IcKs In Breckenrldge county last weekMiss Annie Daniel who is teaching school at Shrive will visit her parent here Saturday and Sunday- FORDSVILLE Sept 13Mr Lander Shown and Msi Bertha Truman daughter of Mr W C Truman were married at the home of the bride at eight oclock Sunday evening Rev J B Gallo way officiating Mr and Mrs J B Howard are attending the Worlds Fair Mr W II Sargent IB on the sick listMr Gordon Ektldeof near town is in town this week under medical treatment ol Dr Barnhill A very successful aieetlng Ishi progress at the Baptist church con ducted by Rev T J Uatcllfl the pastorMrs Missouri Brown Is visiting her cousin Mrs Kiln Petty at Bar retts Ferry this weekiMiss Emma and Mr Maurice Tru man are visiting friends and relatives In Bowling Green this week Messrs Tilden Moirlson Edward Sweatt Wayne Reynolds and Galen Mines arc attending the Worlds FairMr Morton Holbrook of Whites vllle was in town Sunday Mr Ernest Hayden ol Greensboro was In town Saturday night and Sun dayMr and Mrs Charlie Huff visited Mr and Mrs W R Jones lust week Mr and Mrs Will Nell ol Whites vllle visited the family of R O Neil Saturday and Sunday Miss Evelyn Ford entered the Ow ensboro College Monday Mrs Ella Babbitt of Owensboro visited her grandmother Mrs Armin da Smith recently LATER NEWS Candidates Taylor and Royal were In our town Monday shaking hands with the good people Prof I S Mason is being urged to announce for representative We feel sure he would make a faithful servant and the Republicans would make no mistake in naming him as their stand bearerHon D Guffy of Owensboro was in this city Tuesday on legal business Miss Maude Eskridge of Egs Ky is visiting the family of I J Jones this week Mrs Lou Brown of Paradise stopped with Mrs C K Sweatt Tuesday night She went to Irvington Wednesday morning Mr J D Tinsley representing the International Harvester Company of America of Evausvllle was in town this week Mrs S K Allen Is quite sick this weekMrs G H Fuqua who has ty phoid fever we are glad to note is some better- allaces 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 ctatlck- ets sold Sept 19th limited to Sept 20th for return S B VAN METRRKAgt IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL HIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Two dollnr wheat Is now predicted Damage to the spring crop by black rust is reported There were sensa tional advances at Chicago and New York Monday When the case of Mrs Arbrella Mar cum against Judge James Hargis Senator Alex Hargis Ed Callahan and BFFrench for 100000 damages for conspiring to kill her husband was called at Winchester Monday Judge Hargis flied an affidavit to the effect that Judge Benton would not give him a fair trial Judge Benton refused to- vacate the bench The case is set lor- Tuesday but will hardly be tried at that time owing to Callahan and French being defendants In a trial a- Mt Sterling All the negroes were driven out of Carlisle Ind by a mob of white men They were afterward given twentyfour hours in which to return gather up their possessions and leave the town A mob attempted to take John Port er a negro from the officers at Jackson resulting in the prisoner escap ing after a fusillade of shots had been fired The negro was afterward recaptured and with difficulty placed in jail He is charged with an attempt to criminally assault a white wo man The Ohio County Fair Hartford Wednesday Sept 21 fourdyas 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 waterlu porch and In the horse lot also Dome 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 E M MILLER 84 McHenry Ky The Premium list of the Ohio County Fair has been doubled this year This means some thing RENDER Sept 13 Mrs L T Mlllard was called to Linton Ind to be at the bedside of her sun Robert who is sickMr C M Baggerly of Louisville was here on business one day lost week W L Harris of Hopkinnvllle is visiting here Dr Henry Smith of Prentis was here one day last week Dr S D Taylor of Beaver Dam was here last Friday Mrs G B Likens of Hartford was the guest of Mr and Mrs McDowell Fair last week Wm Russell of Echols was here ast Friday Police Judge L Francis and wife have returned from St Louis where hey have been attending the Worlds fairMessrs J M MartlnR D Burton has Millard Sam James Jr and Ioe James went to Owensboro Sun layMr and Mrs Scott Smith went to lawesville Sunday Misses Lizzie Mercer and Madle Jngleby visited in Central City Sun daV Richard Francis of Central City was here Sunday Geo T Tinsley and our city marshal C K Reneer were in Hartford esterday on business- W S Vick of Owensboro was here esterday on business S S Hoover of Louisville was ere yesterday on business Mr P J Quinlan of Paducah was here today on business Mrs David Francis returned to her home Id Herrlninaftera few weeks visit to her parents Msnd Mrs M P McDowell Mrs Edwin Tones Is visiting rely SUFFERED MANY YEARS I =ru=na J E PIXN 82 East High St N Yf writes The 1cruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen A few years ago I had to give up social life entirely as my health was broken down The doctor advised a complete change and rest for a year As this was out of the question fora time I began to look around for other means of restor ing my health S1 had often heard of Pcruna as an excellent tonic so I bought a bottle to see what it would do for me and it certainly took hold of my system and me and in less than two months I was In perfect health and tOw when 1 feel worn out or tired a dose or two of Peruna is all that J E Finn Pelvlo catarrh is a phrase coined bj Dr Hnrtman covering all that largo Russ of diseases that used to bo known tlves in Herrin Mrs John S Spence and Mrs W S Greer visited in Central City yes Frank Harris and Andrew Thorpe are in St Louis the Worlds Fair Miss Nellie Harris is visiting in Beaver Baker of Taylor Mines wa here today Mr and Mrs J W Tilford are via Ring in Prentis Mrs C C Baize is on the sick list She has the typhoid fever B F Garrett Is also on the sick list with typhoid fever There is lots of sickness around here at at the Ohio Fair this year the big List are to it the very best fair ever I held here BEDA Sept 14ReV R D Bennett filled his regular at the M E Church Sunday Mr Loney Sanderfur and family J No Creek spent Sunday with Mrs I parents Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose Mr Otis Carson has returned irom meeting which is In progress at the Rocky Valley church near here Is being conducted by Reys Cantdll and Sap r Mr W Q Parks and don Marvin went to Hartford Tuesday on busi School is nicely under r Subscription 1 a WITH OF as fcmalo weakness Tho lower portion of tho abdomen is called by anatomists tho pelvis The organs contained in this portion of tho body are known as tho pelvic organs There are several of them very delicate and very subject to catarrh Pew women escape entirely the of Prof A E Ellis Several from here attended the ball game at Hartford Saturday after W C Bennett attended the funeral service of Mrs Shelby Wallace at No Creek Monday Mr Fred Ambrose and wife Ow ensboro are visiting Mr Lucie Am brose and family this week Quite a number of the young peo pIt have been the protracted meeting at Rocky Valley Mr Peter Shown went to Owens boro Tuesday Mr W C Bennett went to Hart ford The Hall of the Ohio Fair have been let to Mr J B who gave the such in this last year He will be glad to see all his old and as I many new ones who want a meal or at a Call for a regular meeting of the Re Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Saturday 3 1904 the fol lowing resolution was adopted Resolved That a tion be held in the town of Hartford Ky r 28 1904 at i oclck p m at court house In said town for purpose of nominal FE11ALLDISEASES Two Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and Usefulness toPe MItH completely rejuvenated l- needMrs 111J terdayMessrs attending Dfm- Clarence presen- tThe various attractions County besides Premium intended make appointment Sanderfurs OwensboroThe nesewIprogressing Year A- COMPLICATION management noonMrs attending Wednesday Dining privi leges County again Foster public excellent satisfaction capacity friends firstclass lunch nominal price Convention- At publican September delegatedconya onjJ91taNovemb Thankful Women Who byDrTreatment e3Miss Ruth Emerson 72 Byca f more St Buffalo N Y writes i f I suffered forWo years with Irregular and painful menstrua tIon and Peruna cured me with youhonwhich brings health and strength to the afflicted Is always a wel come Mend and today the market Is so filled with useless and Injurious medicines that It Isa pleasure to know of so relia blo a remedy aa you place before tbo public Miss Ruth Emerson b catarrh of these organs Whilo each case presents somo minor 1dilToronco as to detail they aro all In reality alike Pe runa does not relieve thcso cases by tempo rarity mitigating some symptom bai by a removal of tOO causa Many a woman can testify that local treatment doos not permanently euro A largo multitude 0- 1womennroconstanUy going from doctor to doctor to receive local treatment with little or no result In Peruna those women find a prompt and permanent cure Imitation of Foruna Peruna has como to bo recognized as tho greatest remedy for catarrh In tho world At first competitors tried to deny this and Insisted that the i r remedies wore Just as good This was found to be Impossible how ever and now imita tions are springing everywhereTo palm oft an imitation of Peruna oven for n short time is sure to be a moneymaking scheme but no ono who has over taken Peruna can bo fooled on theso imitations No conscientious druggist would sell ono of them Every purchaser should look carefully at each packago of Pcruna ho buys to bo snro that ho is getting only genuine Poruna Address Dr Ilartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O ing candidates for the various county officers to be voted for at the Novem ber election 1935 viz Representative 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 1904 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said county convention on November 28 and that the representation therein be 1 delegate for every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast for President Roosevelt on November 8 1904 and the candidate receiving a majority of the votes cast in said county convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for said office NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGLAND Secy Over 2000 will be given away in Premiums at the Ohio County Fair this year See a cata logue License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue Ltander Shown Fordsville to Ber tha Freeman Fordsville Rev R D Carter Matanzas to Anna May Ross Hartford Clarence Baker Taylor Mines to Lea B Taylor Prentis r The Ohio County Fair will be tie biggest Fair of all Fairs this year n Ga A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT How an American Bought his way Into British Society loarded for so Much Per Week Became Acquainted Through an Ad A cable dispatch rcently published In New York states that London so clety was consideraby wrought up over the publication of a letter in the London Daily Mail signed Amen can Visitor The writer of this let ter declared that for the wetkly sum of JO guineas tbout 52 he was be ing entertained by a dowager count ess for the Gaodwoad and Cowes rac Ing season the argument including Introductions to title persons on con dition that the boarder did American clothes and hid his AmedII cau acceutIThe London Daily Mail in cabling the letter to the New York American submitted documentary evidence establishing the genuineness of the com unications mentioned in the letter The letter is dated off Cowes Isle of Wright August i and here it is in partI in a chair under an awning on the deck of a nobie yacht that to day slaves a unfit in the great fi ating lor est off Cowes having dined well at aboard graced by the presence of prob ably more real aristocrats tbanalll my confreres in Wall street have evI er seen I am a mere moneyed Amer ican confessedly snubbish tenden ties and I do not feel pleased with m1idlowreflection that infirectly I shall pay for that dinner On the contrary the fact that I have entertained unknown to themselves some of the proudest i and bluest blooded owners of pedigree In Burks Is a tidbit lending a pleas ant flavor to my cigar The latter which I suspect will cost from bill I extracted from a box bearing a cornet inscriped with a motto that since Bol ingbrookes days has been the watch word of generations of fighters- I am the first paying guest to b j re ceived into the bosom of the distin gulshed but impoverished family bearing this crest For something approaching my chief clerks salary 5003 the down er countess my present landlady undertook to receive me for Goodwood and Cowes introducing me to a certain number of her titled friend J made the dowager countess ace quaintance through an advertisement in the hoard and apaitments wanted column of the Morning post an nouncing my ambition to mix in good English society approximate terms to be stated The dowagers was one of thirtyeight replies receiv ed hnlf of them bearing coronets aid the names of the people nuking 31 splash in society as we vulgar Americans term it One application borne an impressive daub of purple I wax with a cornet and and strawberry leaves j Ol the many applications received my secretary decided on the dowager counters a3 he seemed to ofler the heist opportunities so that I found that for six shillings and nine pence the cot of my advertisement the cost of the highest English society were Hung wide open to welcome me Nettiny the successful applicant the rtovayer countess telephoned ran Americans visiting England criti cise your uonlusstling and unbusi nesslike ways but they ought to have dealings with sore hill burdened cnI tall ridden arUtociats looking foi l paying guests ann they would shed thAt idea No Wall street hustler could have handle the telescope bet te r than the dowser and the way she stock that subsequent negotiations made me rhiuk stirs nnd stripes that I bad nrnvd total t dollars to her every day The dowager made me put I array all my American clothes before fie wIld consent to temporarily iksiwjA iic and she expressed the wish in + t I do the the Mme with American accuntI fiud the latter teat difficult but during thejweek at Goolwco and by hiiid practice I have rubbed ofl the sharper corners of my twang and the dowa objectionableII daily lessons after yacht So bthuH me this evening sitting on one of the smartest ynchts in the owes roads satisfied with everybody and everything for I am certainly getting my moneys worth Gracefullyreclining in a char 2lierSometimes not properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a HairVigorha- irfood It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dandruff disappears 011y lialr was coming out terribly 1 war almost afraid to rnnili It Hut Ayers Hair Vigor promptly falling and alto retturvil the naturallenlnr- 1lne KII K VAHDIindliiKNJ plOO a bottle r c Avon co All Iowpl MAM t1rtlllltfor Poor Hair near by one of the most beautiful debutantes of the session She is the dowagers youngest daughter and be ing an impressionable bachelor with enough money to build up the shattered fortunes of this good old familyIt is curious but my cigar smoke makes a succession of rings Near by sits the dowager countess sbeIIOOkVictorian days she was an autorcratic queen ot beauty at wnose frown men went tiger hunting in India and did other desperate things The stoties must be true for the dowager herselt told me Leaning over the dowagers chair stands her eldest son the present earl Her sweet old face is upturned to him and I note that her hair is almost white I know that the earl Is in dignant that his motner has taken a paying guest and she is defending her action on the ground that every body does it The earl snubs mesubt ly at every opportunity but his lordship must bs careful or I shall tell him that I could obtain as good acomodation elsewhere at cheaper rates Besides Ill no longer allow him to teach me bridge at sixpenny points Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that id a specific for Piles For blind bleed ing itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises andall skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numer ous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittsthe genuine Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin Bro Measure of Popularity Though Robert W Chambers is a popular author he will rarely talk about his hooks Literary conceit is distasteful to rue said he the other day and I like to see it taken down in the case of a New York man last month He has written a novel and the public libraries have put this book on their shelves The man called at one of the libraries to find out how York wf s going with the public He hoped to have his vanity tickled a little to Is in he said to the librarian naming his bjok It It never was out was the reply Has 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 I have sold a pile of it and can reo mirupml it highlyJoseph MeElhi icy Lintou Iowa You will find this remedy a good friend when troubledwith a cold It always af fords quick relief and is pleasant to take For silo by all druggists Great Individual Farmer fid Rankin is the greatest midi vidul farmer in the world The proprietor of 22400 acres of the finest missouri soil he undoubtedly is the I largest individual land owner Mr Rankin himself owns 20000 I AtchisonIFremont county Iowa just across the line His son W F Rankin is the proprietor of 5000 acres of his- town and various interests in I two own much land in the whichI I ty The interests of the I son are entirely separateand managed distinctlyMr first concern in the corn for it iA the corn that makes the business Of the hallmillion bush els which are raised on his land every tar is fed and not an ounce is sold The first principle of his syo l tmisBuy corn and never sell From all his neighbors the corn pouts into his cribs and some seasons he has fed more than 1000003 bushels of the great fatmaker On the payroll are between 2 10 and 300 men varying with the seasons These men are paid tt the rate of f20 a month David Rankins parents were cI Scotch and German ancestry and nt the time ot the birth of their son were residents of Sullivan county Ind On May 28 1825 David Rankin was born He moved to HenI derson III in And later to MissouriI FromiI 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 weakenedme that Iran down in weight from 148 to 12 pounds II trieda number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restoredme to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m I His ExplanationI Wn UliiKtonStnr All men said Mr Meekton who was preparing a speech are created equal What did you observe asked his wife I said all men are created equal That is to say that they are equal to j one another This of course is not j meant to imply that they are the equals of their sIA Power For GoodITha Pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Watts 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 Ir t7Al3TORSdBear You Hata Always Bougft S of thcZeG u I The Air of His Parish I Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia is noted for the fatherly interest that I clcrIgyof administering a rebuke when its necessary in a shrewd kindly way One of the clergymen who has aI parish on the outskirts of the Quaker City was noted for the long periods of i alU i i I FEMALE WEAKNESS M212 cs F- PORTLtND JI Oct IT 1W2 superiortoand I know whcr Of I speak I suf protr1feruu for uuo IWIIUIJ witu cupprossod I In back a t aid w CU1 J would hveIbllniUn hal hv My limbs would swell ui at I wcrilj r 11O weak I could not Mmd c I naturally felt boyondtheCartful oniioaaa OoKAna to mo I felt a elvir fr ths bltur within i yatreatmentIagonlI i nilally il 1 r od soon bccrmBIar riax it lIil I y woo riot and I wish I ICnrdull Tig Toiutu know of Iwf ii TtotuururPorttacdloaomluIuagtto f ilffi- Periodical iindarrt tell of fe male weakness M of Cardui cures pernmiioiitly Iiacbti i t devery twenty cases of irrfifjuhir menses bwwiiur down plains or any female wtsJin 3 If you aro diBCOiiragtxl and doctors haeIfailed tliat is the best the world you should try Wine of Cardut now Remember thatkheadaches mean female Secure a 3100 bottle of Wine of I Cardui tocliiy I WiHEO tARDUI absence that he took from his bIameday this man called on the Archbtsh op and a+ ked for a months leav of absence saying that the doctor bad recommended change of air and sceneThe Archbishop looked up with a quIzzical look in his eye and said i Well I make the suggestion that you go to your parish and stay there I think that would be a complete i change of air and scenery I Explained flIihhadelphln 1nM- tTowne I Its funny you lont know that man over there Thats Brnugs i BrowneI never heard of him Towne Evidently you have never been within range of his voice theni Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple Indlges non It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of lad gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and wells the stomach puffing It up against tho heart This interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kruble of Nevada OUTS lh ditcm ch rouble and was In a bad state aa I had hurt trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cur for about foul mOnths and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You Etand relieves the stomach of all nervouj strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlsionly 5100 Size holding 2H times tbttrUI sire which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITT A 00 OHIOAOo Would You L Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Packages and a 2 cent Stamp entitle you in addition to a the regular free premiums to m one vote The 2cent stamp covers mjour to you wfc that your estimate is recorded You can send as many estU mates as desired Th- eBig FourI Route Having acquired tncknee rights be tweea Carey and Toledo over the tracks of the Hocking Valley R R will on September 4th I94 com mence the opclattun of Through Train Servicei BKTW- KKNCincinnati I I I Toledoand Via Michigan Central R R 3 DailyTrains 3 each way Parlor Cars Sleepers Dining Cars Your pntronnne is solicited Ask frr tick tvi- aBIG FOUR WARKHN J LYNCH G P A Cincinnati Ohio S J OATHS CVI Au nl In Inttlsvlllt Iv I We Have Awarded Coffee of will be awarded to the one who Is on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests Wo also offer 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each cnse of Lion ColIc BHST OF TRAIN 9RRVICB With Dining Seeping and Reclining Chair Curs on through trains dlreot to the WORLDS Tickets account of the Fair within Hays 60 Days Limit at greatly reduced rates S f Coach to St Louis 13 very r icM Jny unit Tlitirtnluv in June at rates less than one tate for the round trip Tickets and prrtculais nn to spe 1 cific rates limits and train time of your home ticket agent- S R VAN MrTijn Agent Dam Ky V I w II Ullitt n I t 1 inilvlll- V 1 MrlMll ll I I l I V t N Mw llrlfl t II II t snNii I t JMI t MUTT i t I IUI MMILI r X5000000CASH LION COFFEEIn Addition to Regular Premiumsn Now tike Cheek like This I 2000000 ICashI Presidential Contest iII acknowledgment Grand First Prize 500000 nearest correct Southern Normal School ILLINOIS CENTRAL RIR BuffetLlbrary FAIR Iccemtcr75 Excursions newer the Free Vote What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can- didatesk combined nt the election Ti November 8 1904 1A In i trmrtuu election 13DSOfj53 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received In Voolsou Spick rom pnns office Toledo 0 on or before November 5 1901 we will F f first prize for the nearest correct estimate jsecond prize to the next nearest etc etc as IIetr5 1 First Prize S2600001 1000002 PrlzeaS60000 eactt 100000 100000SO100000n0260000IBOO213PRIZES TOTAL S2cTCOoTbo How Would Your Name Look on One of These ChecksEverybody uses coffee If you will use L1OX COFFKEfrnr enough to ret acquainted with it will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money Thin you will take no ot I rand thats why we And we are using our advertising money so that both of usyou as as wewill get a benefit Hence for your lion UcnOi WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEE i 111lnj i 0 n L IIJtt i if T 1 jovillnoc Gee Busi1BSSColice4 I II TWO IIEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE IAlII MANAGEMENTq tuNDRRnsofthrlradingPnoPassrocATandBragg Students Will be In Daily the Coming YearIfg9MEYOfthecnnntryaeGRADUATESare tall 1lIlcllfrs ofthese lnatltnttana Thofollowingcm + lrLaw flushness Short Ilan ltlocutluu lat nelttdLwiltcltargri wo give two months tuition tree with every live months scholnrshll Issued Lltlrury Ilf1tnch or branches tagRItt wltboat eatral Bowling Green DWllncss Colleg- ohtalie sure and mention eourso wanted when you write Catalogue tree Address n n OnRnn General Mann rtBowtTNa HnlS Ii A FAIRY TALE rTbe Different Ways of Fine Suit or to Win a Young Wom ans Love Once upon a time there dwelt In a certain community H young woman who was a swell doll for lair She Wt s a good lot ker all right with lovely golden hair that was all her own a telephone post figure that eu abled her to wear anything and a complexion that she got horn nature instead of out ol a bIX In addition to these charms she had wars of Government hoods and guiltedged securities which had been left to htr by her late lamented papa and she also possessed a college edu cation and a moat sweet and admira dispositionUnfortunately however she had one detect She was bun in Chicago I and wore number stveus on hertoot biewnntsies Now ns it may he supposed a young uoman who presented tuck a bunch ol attractions was n headliner in society and ninny suitors sought to win her heart and bank bulk butt to their distrny the turned each one covn until it begun to look at it nr one could please hrr aid she could die an old maid This reduced the suitors to dispiii unit they toi k counsel together as to how they might best win her heart lor they thought it a shiime thut n mern women should hv si much ol Ih 1 ing green while there were so ninny men with expensive tastes and the no woik habit who needed a rich V wile livery woman they siid lo toch other lor they were the wise guy s will sMccumbto some lorn ol the jolly and its us to Ctrl out how to apply the snlve where it will do the relsuiwith Iresh vig r The first to ap proach her was a handsome young fellow who falling upon his knees befote her thus addressed her BtnuteotiH one he cried in passionate Iaura Jean Ubby language that fairly sizzled with emotion be mine for your loveliness drives me mad Never have I seeng one so fair sodivineand I ask nothing elsein lilt bnt the prlvelege of gazing upon it Your eyes are violet drowned in dew Your brow is an i abastar dream Your mouth is Cupids bow combined with n dentifrice advertisement picture Your complexion would put a rose out of business and your nose mak s the Venue de Milo look PS it it had come out of a three ball joint In short you have got the Gibson girl pounded to a pulp and as a living picture you are nil the moneyInstead of falling on him at these words as the young man expected lor V 4 he ha I been taught that the way to push the velvet with women was to give them hot air about their looks the haughty dame handed him out a trapped smile Cut it short she said fur you are merely telling me badly what I have already learned Irom my mirror Besides my beauty is an accident of birth for which I deserve no credit If my complexion were mate by hand instead ol by God I niiiht be pleased by being praised for it but as I had nothing to do with it you cannot flat 1ter me by extol Ing my looks The next suitor thought to make good by hurling bouquets at her for her graceful figure but he met with no better success than his predecessor Pass up willowy and lithe business and the way I make you think ol a startling leer replied the young woman for it makes me tired and I seem to have heard it somewhere else before Moreover I am not traveling on my shape- Observing that the two other suit ors had not hit the bulls eye with the bouquets that they hurled at htr per sonal appearance the third suitor- I n- Mothers Ear A WORD IH MOTHERS MAPI WHEN NURSINO AN INFANT AND IH THB MONTHS THAT COMB BOB TWIT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION BUPPUea TUB EXTRA 8TKEHOTH AND HOUaiBHMBItr BO HBCMSBARY FOR TUB HBALTH Of BOTH MOTHER AND CHILDSend for free sample SCOTT R IIOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York I SoC anti Szoo I all druggitls l Racked up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the disease and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the and makers of Dr 1ierccs Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in to pay 500 in legal money for any case of Ieucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Palling of Womb which they cannot cure All Bilk is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Very often a married woman or voting girl does not know who to turn to or advice in circumstances where she dislikes to talk with the family physician about deli cate matters At such times write to Dr R V Iierce chief consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel nod Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y for free consultation and advice mad the same will be held as sacredly confidential It is foolish to consult women friends or persons without medical training Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol is entirely vegetable and was the first exclusively womans tonic on the market it lira sold tunic largely in the third of n century than any other- itterlteine for women otberconupnuuds intended for women only are made with alcohol or alcohol is a large component this alcohol injures the nerves The little red corpuscles of the blood are shrunken halco III All such compounds therefore do harm Dr Tierces 1leasntit Pellets invigorate the stomach liver ami bowels Upe theia with the Favorite Prescription when 3 pill is required a two j mild cathartic thought that he could ring the hell by praining her intellect It has nut escaped me he said to hitiSrlf that nothing pleases a wo niHti so much BH to be tl ought to have a virile style ol writing and to u 11fjrl tll nIl politics like men so he repaired to the young womans house and asmimtng an absorbed expression cflntens he said to her Hov delightful ills to meet a female who instead oi having scatu bled brains like most women posses ses u truly masculine intellect and it capihe of taking a broad view ol lilt and nrtne things out logicielly and conclusivelyForget cried the luughtyaly Mor most of the men I know are pin hinds who cannot see farther than their noses and who argue like a hen Itisttadof being discouraged bj failure of the other there suitors the fourth suitor began congratulating himself upon his own sagacity and discounting his own u kII Do you know he said to the others swelling out his chest until his shirt buttons cracked do you know that the way to mal yourself solid with a woman is to call her an angel Watch me while I win her on the pinfeather ticket Thereupon he began burring incense before her and when he perceived that he had at tracted her attention he began bib song and dance Sweet saint he said thank Heaven thnt I have at last found the Ideal lor which I have starched for weary yt are Never until I met you lid I behold the combination ol amiability generosity purity piety tenderntss and kindness of which I have dreamed and I feel that if you would only put your little hand in mine you could lead me up to the Higher Life and I should never thirst for a high tall again or desire to see ponies run That may be replied the young woman as she gave him the quick wart out but if you are looking for It keely cure you wiil have to search further for I have nut the reformation bee in my bonnet It chanced that there was still a fifth suitor who was really in love For keeps with the young woman and when he saw how the others had been given the Icy mitt he was filled with dlspair and went oil and set sor rowfully by the wayside where he was soon accosted by a bent old dame who solicited alms of him Being a generous soul and dead easy the young maul bestowed upon her n Ten Spot This caused the old hags eyes- I to sparkle for joy and seeing the young mans distress she inquired the cause of his grief Alas good mother replied the forfthat none may win her favor Be comforted then returned the old hag for I am your good laity and I will give you a rule for winning R womans heart that never fails Flatter her- I fear me that is a false clarm here II responded the young man gloomily for four other suitors have Groan out a lung each telling her how beautiful wise and good she if Fool cried the fairy good mother never Hatter a woman of what he la but whit she isnt Praise an ng ly woman for her beauty a dull one for her wita big one for her face Find out your lady loves defect and tout that as her chief perfection She has no defect II said the en amored lover but her Chioag feet Then exclaimed the fairy god mother you have a cinch Gaels her No 7s as No 28 and ask her how such laity little tootsies can sup port a grown womans weight and everything will be over but the wed ding presents Being a foxy youth the young man did as he was bidden and what hi iald sounded so good to the young won an that she married him on the opt and be has lived on Standard Oil ever alter Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins ot Pleasant City OhioII Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but be grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was enved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure elite for Coughs Colds and all Lurg diseased Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin and Bro Druggist Price I flOc and 8100 Trial bottles free C4STOBXABear the1ha Kind I Blgaitnro r tJJI Bryans Crown OT Thorns De scribed Gov Pardee of California in In traducing Secretary of the Treasury Ltslie M Shaw to a San Francisco nudlence recently made these allu ions to the Democrats and their change of base And think of Bryan the apostle of I free silver the man who four years l ago denounced ts minions of Wall street every one who was not for free silver thick of Bryan supporting I for President a nominee who says that there of and no 0Icrown ol orD cross and that crown there would have been no Bryan And nowmost un kindest cut of al1l Judge Parker says that he and Bryan and all the i test of the Democratic party were chasing shadows in 1896 and 1900 when they all were denouncing gold The swallowing of Jonah by the whale bag always been considered a miracle But this gastronomic feat was nowhere near so miraculous as that which the Democratic nominee lot President made his party devour when it swallowed its platforms of 1896 and 1930 and forced Bryan to lunch on the cross of gold and crown jf thorns It that menl does not jive the honest conscientious rank and file of the Democratic party an acute aUnck of political Indigestion they can safely b = trusted to partake- of any sort of a pclitical dish of crow Four and eight years njoour oppo nents could talk of nothing but free silver and they prophesied all manner of evils if gold were made the standard This year you cant get them to say a word about silver But they are trying to make an issue out of Roosevelt I for one am glad they arc They say that he is impetuous Maybe he Is But where has his impetuosity gone wrong We wanted the Post office thieves prosecuted was impetuous enough RooseeltI hAlf dcziti of them to Jill ed the railroad mergers broken up Roosevelts Impetuosity did it We wanted the coal strike settled Roose velts impetuosity settled it Wte vantd the isthmus canal Had it not been for Roosevelts Impetuosity- It would still be in the dim and misty future I like that kind ol impetuosity It is the kind of impetuosity that does things It is the kind of Impetuosity that sounds good to Americans and gives them a feeling that we have as President a man who can be depended upon to do whatever Is necessary to be done Lincoln once said to someone who complained to him that Grant was drinking whisky You dont know i what kind he drinks do you Id I send a hogshead of it to each of our Generals if I thought it would make them as good Generals as he IsII And as for me I would like to give aU our public meu a dose of Roose i velts impetuosity if it would make I them do the things he has done I I 1APromotes DigeslionCheerfuh ness and RestContains nelllter O um1oforphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC I ccl nonSourStouTachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness tend Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORKS txACT COPY CE WRAFPZRr L0T For and r of I THE OCWTAVB OPANY HCW YORK CITY 1fI if 1 Nf 1r11S S S y4 S4S- f i The of the Age T Vhv11 li iin4f It inrcn c inplft lv and nt onii It relieves tin JIIIIKTU iif n living death + All Ms It 1ilox eau he cured by n Hiirclinl iprrntlun lint von amid rntlinr have 1llin 1 nrI without tint knlf IIAIIIUS roslTIVK P111 ITHI will ln It Minle only by thu t ldti liHrlil IlmnnnrMl Co i Inc IorMiIcby J H Hartford Ky at i good in C as you Our enable us to of the grade at prices which cannot be met Send for catalogue telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always BouGht Bears the Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Years I CASTORIA Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest Seller WILLIAMS Photography for th- eAMATEUR Half its Former Cost The JR A facilities furnishcameras highest illustrated famous- POCO BucK Eye andAmerican Cameras American Genuinely orJLmodelsPlate 480l I I 4x5 POCO I AMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO I 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y +++++++++++++4 ++++++++++++ + A++++++34+++++ 1x 33 ++ A FEMACURA tIiMiiny ruinpillcxfiir rviniili iieucs are on for nnirkvt tint the only non + him proven to bo nn ubgulntu and pusltlve dire for nil form nf female Trimble IH I FBMACIMIV A Bliigle trial will convince tin moat Mkeptle tl of its nlniOHt ml lraculous cnrutlrtf putters Made only by the UJnVIHIIIU IHAHMACAI CO Inc For Hale hy t J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyt4++++++++++++++++++ FII++++++ IH44+++++44++++4 Daily Tourist Sleepers TO OALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist Bleep r St Louis to dallyivlaFort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally during March and April 1904 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 am from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo DtR 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 aid third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address- R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- LoulsvUle Ky II Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RIMY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest nncj Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 880 a m daily Arrive St Louis iJG p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining CarLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid through trains from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman Sleep ersAll trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with Wubasb Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low Excursion RatesWill be announcedsoon P E CAHR Passenger and Ticket KyA Ticket Agent KyC District Pas enger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND THE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete II Illustrated Fold er of the VorkVs Fair furnished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of tho Worlds Fair March Vur rates time nf triilins SIt ping Cur Itibor rntliiiiH Ktc full on cur Ticket Anont or ni- lIress0 i jitrAHTY nniiriiMi AKrut Clnrliioiitl Ofilu or It N ItllOWN U ii At lunforlllpKy ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOIIIOIUTU NEWRailroad Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own Hues and be lu talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or theywill be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all Inv dependent Companies For particulars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Hartford Republican leaned by tho Hartford rnbllahlng Company iNconrnnYKn C K sulrilYM1Editor E LPSSOx ss CumorlonQM 3 iRough ZtvoxY r 32 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 REPUBLICAN TICKET ron 11t1 IIII n- THEODORE ROOSEVELT- or MV YORK rllit vin rinsiiuNT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS or INPIANA rue rusur DR BEN L BRUNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS Foncoivry 1L irEVc mi anthorlzwl to itiim iuut V II Tnvliir u imlldiitf for tin olllro of niinty Itnliri if- Ollin COUIlty HHllJmt tO till IllHull Of till llfpllll 1 an party loft iorxTY roiniT MKK- Wi i iv nntliorlfiMl to xtiliomira fir Iiavln norm as n ranOlilnti for tlio oltki of County Court IIrkII Ohio County Hiibjwt to tlniiitUin of the nepnblieau party we nre nuthorlaMl to atnumnce ANlllinrn Tins In UK rittiillilntu for tlio olllri of County Court i Irk of olilo County subject to tin net Ian of the lrroblienn party- tt iivinithorluM to iimioiimo Kveivtt V iivlor HH n candidate far the ottlio of Con nt ourt Irk of Ohio county HUliJect to the action i f tin itepnbllcnnpartyrow ATTOIIXKY lee nroauthorliertto nnnotincu K M Wood b ward nt u candidate for the ottliv of County At torney of Ohio county subject to tin action of tin Kepnbllcnn party FOR SHERIFFI Vf an authorized to announce It II Martin ith a candidate for the mace of Sheriff of Ohio nullity subject to tin action of the Ipulii loin I arty run JAILKK We mire authorized to announce JAMKS I MOIITOX nun candidate for the otllce of Jailer of Ohio county nubject to the action of the 1k publican party run ASSESSOR We urn authorized to announce L Merry Loney HH a cundldtite for the olHce of AnHesaor of Ohio county subject to the action of the Itepubllcan party MR BRYAN also is a Democratic editor but he wasnt in the bunch at Boftemount THE irony of the Hartford Herald is about as ironical as the chances of the St Louis candidatesI THERE has never been a President who was a better friend to the laborer than Roosevelt His entire public record is proof of this fact IF Unk Henry Gaaaaway Davis succeeds in being elected to the Vice Presidency he and the chorus girlsI will have a great fandango THE Republican party is pledgedr to change tho tariff schedule necessary The Democrats want to experiment with the peoples prosperity again IT is a significant fact that thel Democratic editors failed to the election news from Vermont withI candidate Parker during their recent visit to RosemountIIt WITH a negative candidate and a cause that does not appeal to anyI great number of public spirited per Eons the Democratic prospect is as hopeles3 as it was in 1900 IT WOULD be interesting to know just how many Congressmen are seek ing reelection in the western States on their argument that the gold standard is irrevocably established THE American people havo learned the necessity of protection in two schools one the Republican school of prosperity and the other the hard school of calamitous Democratic timesfCANDIDATE for Vice President Davis boasts because he has worked as a wage earner He is whooping it upnow for the party whose policies have made it impossible for the wage earner to work LATEST dispatches indicate that the Treasurer of the Democratic cam paign committee has as yet been un able to touch Unk Henry Davis fort the expected 500000 When ap proached on the subject he continues to Gassawuy I IANJMDATK PAUKKU informs th- eIi0t000 Democrats with whom he I votfil for free silver in two cane i c tnr the poM KtHiulanl is ir rev CRjy fixed Note the consisten cy If you like this kind of thing this is the kind otthing you like REPUBLICAN policies have never been a menace to the business inter ests of the country Their triumph has never been awaited with serious apprehension So much cannot be said about Democracy and its pol iciesAN exchange says Mareo Henry remarks that Judge Parker will be elected and inaugurated Once upon a time Marse Henry remarked that Tilden had been elected and called upon 10000 armed Kentuckians to go Washington and do the in augurating act But being sensible gentlemen the 10000 didnt heed the call PIIESIDENT ROOSEVELT in his letter accepting the Republican nomination and referring to the striking inconsis tency of latter day Democracy says IITt is difficult to find out from the utterances of our opponents what arc the real issues upon which they pro pose to wage this campaign It is not unfair to say that having abandoned most of the principles upon which they have insisted during the last eight years they now seem at a loss both as to what it is that they really believe and as to how firmly they shall assert their belief in any thing In fact it is doubtful if they venture resolutely to press a single is sue as soon as they raise one they shrink from it and seek to explain it away Such an attitude is the probably inevitable result of the effort to improvise convictions for when thus improvised it is natural that they should be held in a tentative man ner PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT letter ac cepting the nomination for President which was issued last Monday is one of the most splendid pieces of literary comment on affairs which has ever ape peared It rings in pure and pillu cid tones and bears the mark of the learned master of public affairs There is nothing indicative of the ex tremist in it yet it goes to the full extent of honesty and uprightness There is no more escaping its conclu sions than there is resisting the inherent force and strength of the character of the man whose staunch Amen caniem is so eminently portrayed in the document It deals withevery phase of the campaign and the issues involved therein The complexities- and involuments of the varying and diverse circumstances and facts which envelope and shroud the points in controversy fade away as a mist betore the pun and the entire letter rings as clear as a clarion callI16 TO 1 In the last issue of THE REPUBLIC AN we asked an explanation as to the Democrats were so intense y silent on the free silver 16 to 1 or issue which they so strenu ously advocated four and eight years as the only thing that would save country from destruction The Hartford Herald rises up with the alacrity characteristics of the hot air wind jamming sheet and says sure brother well do it and the following pitiful effort is iu substance the explanation The Democratic National Convention ftt St loulB this year declared that the tlnanclal question could not possibly tiptan lusue during this campaign and lore the matter was completely eliminat ed from the platform Such an explanation is no explanation It is a feeble at tempt to evade the real question There is no reason why the financial question is not with an mucbproprie ty an Sue this year as heretofore If silver was the right policy of government four years ago why is it not now In shortif the above quotationI or any part of the Heralds nonsensicalnonsense devoted to an explanation of the dearth andshroud ed issue of 16 to 1 be art ug luore than ilubdubbery pure and illlplec we have been unable to detect it What we and the people generally want to know is why Democracy St Louis Convention and all thereat have abandoned the free silver 10 to 1 or bust issue of 1895 and 1900 If you cant speakmake signs or shake a bush In Memoriam At a special call meeting of Hart fort Tent No 99 K O T M Sep ember 12 19141 brought together lor the purpose of taking action upon j the death of the wife of Sir Knlghl Shelby Wallice which occurredon Sunday morning September 11 a committee was appointed to draft lultabl resolutions who repotted as lollowsWhereas We have heard with dtep regret and sorrow of the death of the wile of our worthy brottierSlr Knight Shelby Wallace we deem it a due t9kE oeteeni that we mourn with him the loss of this excellent wife and mother We wish to assure him of the univetsil and heartfelt sympa thy of the members of this Tent and therefore be it Resolved That the membership of this Tent offer to our brother in trouble their sincere condolence in this hour of bereavement and distress and assure him of that sympathetic fellowfeeling which is due him as a worthy member ol our Tent who hiu I endeared himself to us by his exem plary conduct and his patient endue ance of trials without n murmur Resolved That this humble mem orial be spread upon the Tent records and bIll be furnished to our county pipers for publication 1SCom H F LOWE j Ladies and children free on first day of the Ohio County Fair this boysjgirlsyoure welcome WH1TESVILLE Sept qllr and Mrs G A Hol land are spending a few days in Hart ford this week the guest of their daughter Mrs Jas Lowe Mesdames Julia Wedding and Livia Cecil and Miss Mary H Wedding have returned from the Worlds Fair and Mrs Wedding has gone to Mc Henry to visit her son Mr R T Wedding and family Misses Alberta Blrkbead and Stella Wedding went to Knottsville Sunday to attend the lecture delivered by Prof Hardin Craig Miss Lula Bourman went to Ow ensboro Sunday Mr Clarence Williams Owensboro was in town Tuesday Mr Miller Holland hat goneto Lexington to enter school Misses Martha and Katie Kittinger have entered the Larue College at Owersboro Miss Clara Early has gone to Mc Henry to Insruct a music class Miss Annie Hickey has gone to Louisville to accept a position MlsB Stella Wedding spent Monday and Tuesday with Miss Amy Howard ofRalphFrank Roark Owensboro was In town Sunday Mrs Dr Wedding who stuck I rusty nail In her foot a week or two ago is Improving Master Sterrett Bourmtn tuck fc tasty nail In his foot a few days ago Mr and Mrs P H Haffey went to ECnottfiville Tuesday Mr Jon McBiady has closed out his store and has accepted a position in Gropps shoe store Owensboro and will move his family there in a short while Miss Bessie Floyd Knottsville I spent Saturday and Sunday here with friends and relatives and returned Sunday evening accompanied by Mr Lonnie McCarty The marriage of Miss Nama Me Carty and Mr Chas Chalfin Owens boro is announced to take place September 28 at the home of the bride The Cumberland phone is putting the switch board In now The Home phone has nearly 6Jsubscribers now Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky rovldlnc a System of AmivKimient for Municipal JurlJo eHIThe city council of the Hartford do ordain as followsISec i That the system of assessI ment levy and collection of taxes shall be the same as the system provided by law for the assessment levy and collection of county and Stat revenue except that the board f equalization which shall be appointed by the city council shall meet the first Monday in Decemb r of each yearSec I 2 The city assessor appointed by the city council to take the assessment hereinbefore provided for shall receive the same lees or compensation for such service a county assessorSec All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved September 10 194 ROWAN HOIBROOK MayorI Attest S A ANDERSON cC Ts SE T w Ohio County FirAT Hartford9Kentucky Begins Wednesday Sept 2L 4 Days r41 Ma YrWYwMMw YMMNuY1 wYNN1Ni Vr tiMnMYYMM1IMMIMYwY NWYMwYI Y YY Yr Special Pegfrures U Large Purses Unusual Attractions YwMYNYw YY M to and free It will be best Fair of all Fairs You cant afford to J ot miss it Get a CatalogueJ ForgetHartford SeptjDont fail to see Ajax the famous highdiver- at the Ohio County Fair this year He preforms a thrilling feat For Sale On Saturday September 17 194 will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bdderat my farm 3 miles east of Hartford all my Fcrm Implements Wagon Buggy 3 good Work Marts one suckling Mue s- Cows and Calves 12 head Hogs 4000 pounds loose Hay Household and Kitchen furniture I also offer my farm consisting of 83 acres fine bottom land for sale See me for price on farm Sale will begin at fj oclock a m Terms of 1 ae made known on I day of sale Jo A 713 BARNFTTI A Bad toe usefulness and mars the hap piness of life Its a weak stomach a stomach that can not properly perform its functions Among Its symptoms are dlstrcis after eating nausea between meals heartburn belching vomiting flatulence and nervous headache HoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach indigestion and dys pepsla and tho cure Is permanent L Accept no substitute I AJAX The Champion head foremost high diver of the world will dive from the top of an 80foot ladder into a tank of water only four feet deep every day theaf Fair Dont fail j witness the thrilling Ij sight Women Children admitted first dayI the Dont Wednesday StomachLes- sens during i I fi = Opening e 4i rII 4 Of Our New Store i 4Monday Sept 26 1904 I 9fi 29 J We will make this our special opening and visit U = ors day and to each lady visitor we will give a beau = j 1Q tiful souvenir Wo have contracted with Mr 0 M j JQ Bryant manager of the Kimball Co to furnish mu It JI j sic for the occasion with their celebrated piano play = 14 or on one of the famous Kimball pianos We ev 4R pect to make this an occasion lasting ir till lliea7Vr i 4of our visitors as one of the most pleasant events of tiR their lives so dont fail to lendus your presence = jjJ4 f = The Brown INInllluIII1Pltl Mercantile Co rtA 4RMcHENRT KENTUCKY 1- 11ssvYYV 9r1PGitii- a OCJO ro Y CrICJO c o crvV 7 yvw tiFALL OPENING Ii 43 b- 4R 4 Eb t M 4 You are invited t0titdi bf I 4i4i attend Fair Cos t- 4i b3- g 4i Opening4i E ih tb I 4t Of Millinery Woolen Dress 4 Goods Silks Velvets Dry it 4i 94 oti Goods Ladies and Gentlemens41 b 4 4 4 4Furnishings Clothing Shoes it 43 f Etc Saturday September 17 t4 9 4 Come and bring your friends tt ti41 9Special4 ly in all Departments E 41 941 i Trade with the Bargain Givers ian Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Bound Month Hannd No 112 due 40a in No 121 ln iMi H in No 102 ilu 407 p m No rat due 8 411 p in Nol22du 12iOpm No 131dOePO5pm Big line of odd Pants at Sam Bachs Ask to see our School ShoesICARSON Co J A Reneer Centertown was a pltasaat caller Saturday We have the latest thing In ladles Skirts CARSON Co Attend our opening next Saturday September 17 CARSON Co J B Dodson Is quite ill of typhoid fever tNew Belts Shirt Waist Sets Pock and Ladles Collars at Fairs L A Sanderfur Roxey was a pleasant caller Wednesday Bargains in Embroideries and Rib Dons at Pairs Fairs Millinery opening Saturday Be sure to come See Fairs display of mens fall Hats in show window See Fairs ne v Shirts and Neck ware Styles i latest prices the lowest See Fair net r s nri tffVelvets1 Practice economy Pay cash and trade at Fairs Mr Rosa Bennett of Point Pleasant is attending school here Jerome Allen Jingo called to seen s Tuesday J C Bennett Matanzts wade ns a pleasant call Tuesday See our new Dress Goods CARSON CoIWe need Apples Chickens Eggs CoeDont all to see the pretty Milli ery at Fairs SaturdyeBig line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bashs An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam BachV See Fairs new readymade Skirts Late in styles low In price Prlesmeyer Shoes for ladles are the best Found only at Fairs Fairs new fall Dress Goide marvels of beauty Prices are tclo competition J A Anderson Leitchfield visited relatives here last Saturday and Sun daycSee the latest style and colors in gents neckwear Just received ECONOMY STORE Fall opening of Milllnet and Dress Goods Saturday ECONOMY lpmbt 7M New line uptodate style in mens and boys clothing just received ECONOMY STORECI Ask to see our ladles fine Shoesa we have the correct idea at the cor rest price CARSON Co Bring in your Chickens Eggs Po tatoes and Butter from the 16th to the 22nd0 we will be ready for th c great Ohio County FairnCARSON Cc W P Render Matanzas made us a pleasant call yesterday Nicest Fruits and Candies in Hart ford at City Restaurant City Restaurants Vegetable and Oyster soup cant be beat Eat Gross Williams Hot Peanuts during the fair No bugs The City Restaurant is surely feeding the people Watch it come Ladies get your Ice Cream and Sherbet Saturday at City Restaurant We want yotf tp visit us Saturday September 17 CARSON Co Attend our opening Saturday Sup tembr 17 CARSON Co See our display of the worldu best Saturday September 17 CARSON Co Leave your Laundry at Cleve llers grocery Woik guaranteed Prompt delivery 461 Dont full to attend our opening Saturday JCARSON Miss Olive Carson has accepted a position ns Hltllrier with n firm a OvvensviiU had i Dont foil to attend the opening Saturday September 17 at Economy Store Mss SARA COMINS SMITH WANTED A good reliable i6hand high gray horse heavy bult tf A C TAYLOR Miss Tatty Collins will leave Sun day tar Indianapolis Ind where she will attend school The Economy Store for your Buys Suits A large new and up toditte line to select from Jns Sanderfur who has been at Corbin lor the past few months is visiting his parent here Messrs Chester Keown James De Weese and U S Carson left last Sun day for a visit to the Worlds Fair John Pendleton Taylor will leave Saturday tor Louisville where he will enter the Louisville Training School A big line of Boys Rod Childrens Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest et Sam Bachs Mr James J HayAen the popular representative of the Louisville pope company made us a pleasant call j Wednfsdcy tFo SACQASpaa of Mtwes abo tj filter bands high dlBotm ti LyaanN WILUAM H Centertown Ky An elegant line of Ladies Dress Skirts can be footed at Sam BocVs Dont fail to see them before mr chasing elsewhere See our new Danish cloth the most popular wash fabric on the mar ketoHa1f wool only 150 a yard ii roxouiti DRY Gooue Sfa Alex Carson who hasbcen visiting relatives in and near Hartford Eec theI past two months returned o hlJI home at Louisville Monday We have prepared a little sonvenir for erety lady who will attend our opening September 17 CARSON Co A complete line of Mens Ladies Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs The Floating Studio win be at Hartford in time for the fair Prices on Pictures range from Soc to 6 00 per dozen tt tonany for all pricesWeW W Hurt who registered in the Rosebud land drawing received no lice to be in Chamberlain S Dak September 22 and take charge of his clitn Matured or unmniured life insur companiesJoulZht made thereonR E LEE SIMMERUAN ofwand see us It will prove both pleas ant and profitable 4 ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Judge and Mrs R R Wedding and Arthur Daisy and Eleanor 4 tRockThey will be gone R monthtMr C M Barnett daughter Miss joule and sons Estll and Alison anal Mrs Sam Barnett Mr and i W Barnes and son and rifav terNvFohtr have returned from the NurlnrFnir Commencing Sept ith one way lst and class tlclPt will be sold Dam to San lranclsco Cal other California points taking same rate forJ3515tDr T W MncGIH Louisville optlean hn opened an office in aylgrs Ieepair ol new spectacles or have your old opts repaired tf I My what good coffee at City Res taurant Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant CelerywhertCity 1 W Thomas Rosine was a pleasant caller yesterday Fish and Oysters always on hand at City Restaurant and served in any style City Restaurant handles the nicest lineal Cakes and Crackers in Hart ford My My What nice Meals you act at City Restaurant Just what you want Ladies and gentlemen get your Ice Cream and Cakes during the fair at City Restaurant City Restaurant Is loaded down with good things to eat not only for the County Fair but every day I Get your up todate meals and lunches during the Fair at City Res taurant Everything firstclassIFor Soda Water CocaIcola Soda Cream Ice Cream CityRestaurantI HeavIrlnplar Lodge at Owcnsboro yesterday 1 Claudia Render Centertowt went to Louisville yesterday to have an oP1 eration preformed on his lower I probably specialist lor several weeks Mrs Howard Ellis of DenverColo redo who has been visiting in and near Hartford for same time returned to her home last Saturday She was accompanied faros St Louis by her brother Karl Anderson Hon John P Haswell Jr of Har dinbburg has been appointed by chairman of the Fourth District Committee Hon M L Heavrin to take the place of Dr Walton who has re signed as Presidential elector lor the district A rural free delivery mail route ban been established at Narrows It will be in operation on and alter October the first This is the first rural route established in the county and the communityshould their good luck- Elsewhere in THE REPUBLICAN we announce W B Taylor as candidate for the office of county judge of Ohio county subject to the action of the TaylorhallsHe has never bforq aspired to any office of trust or profit and it was only after earnest solicitation by many of his friends that he decided to become a candidate for county Judge Mr Taylor is one of the countys best and most substantial citizens a success ful farmer and a staunch Republican If nominated and elected he will make an efficient and ptiniUkiag official and will do honor to the positipnof county judge 4 I Special Bargains Forrr rr September We moan to make the month of August one of the greatest bargain months ever given by us during our several years of business In order to reduce to its lovert limit our summer stockso that we can make room for our large fall stock which arrives September 1st wo place upon our bargain counters and offer special val ues in Summer Clothing Dress Goods and till other thin goods such Organdies Dimities Lawns Foulard Silk Etc Straw Hats for gents and children Lowcut Shoes for men ladies and children also many other things too numerous to mention Dont fail to visit us in this monthon cant A 15 25 12 14 12 15 wo of for in merchandise ers Thanking of to a continuance of the we y- are always Yours for SsJ TICHENOR McE3exirY Quick Sales and Small Profits motto the following is easy JJimitaBraiwn goodheavy working Shoe for 100 IFfyie Shoes100and up Ladies SJhoes 100 and up CMLdreoas Shoes at very low prices Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to 4225020 Black Suits sizes to 42 300 Youths Suits sizes to 191 225 Boys Suits sizes C to 75 3C pairs Corduroy lantssixes 32 to 12 I00Me- ns Heavy Overalls and Jackets 90 Mens Fine Shirts at39eand up afford to miss the rare values offer Bring along your Produce all kinds and get highest market price same and carry home double the value that oth would pay you for them you for your liberal patronage the past season and hoping merit same business K9 Its our Read prices see our goods and the rest Shoes Cheviot Dress Goods All Calico5cHea-vy Factory Cotton 5c Good Bleach Cotton 5c Heavy Bed Ticking15cHeavy Hickory Shirtingpro Suspenders 9c Mens SocksOArw2Ladies Hose TiV v 5c Childrens Hose 5c 7 Handkerchiefs for 25c Suit of Underwear for Men45c 50 Ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts at 300 Former price 500 to 600 each Mens Latest Hats at10O and up rattingsaHIas cheapest Ge6 our prices before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that it is to your interest to t de with us SAM BACH Hartford Johnny Plowboy Talks Johnny recently read that familiar passage In the Psalms Thou ope eat thine hand and satlsfiest the desire ol every living thing and It led him to thick what a wonderful thing It is that the myriads ol earth are fed and all their wants supplied from generation to generation Someone has figured up what it would cost to give the world a brea fast and how many countries and different climates are drawn on to contribute to this When we remember the many dangers our crops must meet In coming to maturity It seems wonderful there are not times of fame m such as there were in the olden days of Scripture and still in such countries as China and India where myriads perish for the want of food Our crops must undergo the dan gers of drought storm frost and flood and the soil must be kept to the maximum of fertility or the crops dwindle and man would suffer for food Yet God has provided for every emergency of this kind and has given wisdom to men which enables them to maintain fertility and always to have load to satisfy their wants Pessimists at different times have predicted that the people of the earth would finally die of starvation because the earth would no longer yield food for its teeming millions But any one who studies history that nearly all famines have been caused by want of wisdom in wan in falling to provide transportation and will be convinced that every eruer gency is provided for and that whn famine does come it can be traced t the want of wisdom on the part of man in not doing his part and not t serIviceThose who have not studied th matter are perhaps not aware of how large a part of the profit of farming insuring the people against danger ofI suffering from want of food and ex tortlonate prices depends on the transportation system Johnny reo members a time wh n a local failure of potatoes would send the price up to 2 per bushel when within 200 or 300 miles they were selling at from twentyfive to fifty cents per bushel The great famines of Asia have often occurred when parts of the country had enough surplus food for the other part but in the absence of railroads or even good roads for wagons the people would starve to death be cause the food could not be got t themThe histories of the countries of the world where the intelligence and en terprise of the West are wanting still encourages us for in China Persia and many other countries where the land has been cultivated for thou sands of years they still produce enough food for the people and can take care of them If they have facili ties for distributing it The fear of starvation from poverty of the soil seems not to us based on reasonable groundsNew are being grown and old crops put to new uses to increase th amount of food for both man an beast There is no question that the United States with its large area with its adaptability of soils with its varying climate and vast variety of products could suppott a population many fold greater than it now has It is quite possible in the futtu- meats will take A much less proms nent place than vegetables and cereal foods as what is required to bringI one beef to maturity would feed scores i of men for the same period The beef will eat in a day a bushel ol corn or its equivalent in grass and hay and this bushel ol corn which is j caple of being cooked in so many ways so as to give u great variety o food palatable and nutritious would Ii feed a half dozen families for the day If we had no experience to guide us in settling the question that the hu man family will never starve we maybe assured of it from the simple fad that the Almighty never made such a mistake as to create a race of people in order to bring them to starvation I because he has made no rtievjuatt sup ply for their wants It is quite possible that when we have gained the wisdom to substitute i fruits and vegetables for meats to a io large extent we shall find that we not only add health and vigor and freedom j from diseases which will he another factor in the question of main tamping human life but also cheapen the cost of living The present strike of the butchers is calling attention to the fact that the Americans eat expensive meats to too large an extent and to the dos advantage of both health and pocket We have had a practical illustration denpendent upon the butchers from the fact that when a large shipment of meat sent to New York City had such ezhorbltant prices placed on it that It could not be bought by the middle class of people they found they could live well and be happy defeatedktheir own aim by their action and had the meat on their hands Farmers are less dependent upon others than any other class for their food ss they have the products of the dairy poultry yard garden orchard and field to draw upon They can have a desirable variety of nutritious foods produced on their own farms which they know to be wholesome and which will render them largely inde pendent of those who would force them to purchase at exorbitant prices n Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf uses and that is by constitutional rem edies Deafness is cured by inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube B inflamed you have n rumbling sound of imperfect bearing null when it is entirely closed Deafness is the results and unless the inflammation can be taken our and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forever nine case out of ten are caused by Catarrh which i s nothing Dbut an inflamed condition of the mu cons surface- D IWe have given nway One Hundred for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bee cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Scull for circulars free F S Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists j5c Take Halls Family Pills forconati pation An Eye Opener The late Henry Miles Pierce Upi scopal Bishop of Arkansas used to delight in telling the following story A Presbyterian clergyman was one day in his study preparing his Sun day sermon when there entered a small boy carrying a basket contain- Ing some very young kittens Dont you want to buy some nice Presbyterian kittens queried the- o Intruder Annoyed by the Interrup tion the minister responded with a rather curt negative- A week later he was calling upon an Episcopalian divine when the same little boy appeared with the same has ket and its same feline contents The lad approached the rector and asked Dont you want to buv some nice Piscopal kittens today Why yon told me last week It said the visiting preacher that they were Presbyterian kittens 101 know I difiwas the ingenious answer Iobut they did not have their eyes open then Riotsd are not nlurlus grave us an individual dis order of the system Overwork loss ofsleep nervous tension will be fol ren liable remedy is immediately employ toecure disorders of the Liver and Kid ney as Electric Bitters Its a won derful touic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medidine for run down systems It dispels Ker vicusness Rheumatism and Neural gia and expels Malaria germs Only oOc and sutiafactiou guaranteed by Drugrn iOASTOBIArs BoBgU Signature 111cf tVU- Made Only One Bet- t 1 have made only one bet in my life and I won that It said a newspa per man as they began talking about wagers You see it was this way he wjtit on I was in college and a member ot my class came in to call on me and my roommate In the course the talk I ottered to bet our visitor a box of cigars that he was the big gent fool in the class and agreed toI leave it to any three members of ItI that we should select He consent ed I chose tny self as oue arbitrator He demurred but assented when I hinted that there was nothing to pre vent him choosing himself for his rep resentitive and then we two could choose a third It was rather roundabout way of selecting a single arbi trator but was necessary to work out the job my chum and I had put upon him It then was suggested that we couldnt do any better than to choose my chum as the third man He was a good judge of fools or wise men I argued and would be i s likely to be fair PS an body Our caller finally assented We then proceeded to make our aguments He called at tendon to various Incidents in my colledge career to prove that I was at any rate a bigger fool than he was and that consequently he could not be the biggest fool In the class and that was all he was called upon to prove II When it came my turn I made short work of it by remarking that if he won the bet my chum would not have an opprtunity to smoke mnny of the cigars whereas If I won the boxjit would stand where he could have ac cess to it as long as the cigars lasted and that a man who did not foresee a position and argument in my favor in consenting to leave the matter to my chum must be the biggest fool not only in the class but in the vholeI college Of course we got the and the looser acknowledged the jus tice of the decision The Stomach is the Man A weak stomach weakens the I man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot he restored to anv sick man or weak woman without i first restoring health laid strength to the stomach A weak stomach can nut digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and I allstomach troubles Sold by Z WIne Griflin t1 Bro Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri Pa cific Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colortdo Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 i Salt Lake City 3800 round tripI Corespondingly low rates tram all points Tickets in sale daily until September 30 return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop over with diverse routes Three fast trains dai ly from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky The Smart Set magazine willenter tain you New Use for the Auto Milwaukee hewn Mrs JohnsnI wish I could think of something to keep my husband at home at nights Mrs Smithson Give him an auto mobileMrs Johrsin Hed be out more than ever then Mrs SmithsonNo inked My husband got one lust wetk and the doctor says he wont be out lor six weeks Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken ill too large or the quanity too richsour stomach is likely to follow and especially BO 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 of the stomach after eating take Cham herlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach may he avoid edor sale by all druggists Oddities- In certain parts of the Himalaya mountains the native women have a singular way ot putting their chil dren to sleep in the middle of theday The child IB put star a stream of Water and by means of a palm leaf or a tin scoop the water is deflected so as to run over the back of the childs head The water pouring on the childs head apparently sends it to sleep and keeps it so while the mother proceeds with her work In the fields N7 one seems ever to fear that the 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will be cheer rally refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main Stet Louisville Ky ooYovTakpQuinineIVs of nmlurlu Dont Do It Its Dnngorous Well admit it will euro malaria but it leaves almost deadly alter el- TooWHERBINE Is purely vicolnblo nod absolutely Ktmrnntou to euro rat tItrit Lick lnuliuln bUioiunoas and all tftoiuuuhLlduuy suul liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Contn a Bottlo AH Druflrtlsta uy ForSale by J H Williams Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES Iii RKITIMICAN and Louisville Hlral1125ri- ll4 UK IMIUCAN and Louisville 1aily Herald 250 rrlll UK iMiiHAx tenduurilrJulenil 150- TIm UK TIIMCAX and New York Tribune 125 rill 1IaUltlltN and ThrieeaVeek World l 5- Till HK tluicAN and YellowJacket 125 Tin UK TIILICAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TUK HK TWKAN full Home and Farm 125 THK KK niiKAX and Lippeneotts and Cosmopolitan 825 000 IUi 11III1 r fl ir9l 1Iv 1U ID U Manless LandJjiLandless Man 1T1T KCf87C 1 7IMRrLRUV31 + dARCR1CC Lt 1 I And for him whose acreage is limited because he cultivates a hlghIi priced farm There are vast tracts IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST Within stones throw of farms In the highest state of cultivation which are practically manless and can be secured at one filth to one testh the market price price per acre of and Old State farm Write for illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Oknhoma or Texas Very Low Round Trip Rates To any southwestern point every Tuesday in September and the 1St and 3rd Tuesday in October and November Geo H Lee iII IllgelltI- Jtlu Rork Irk P I1 H I McGuire Illt Ins tHMn- t1nrlnaatl oi Health For a QuarterPe- ople who have torpid liver find life a misery All they need is a mild remedy like FAONSh1qVER lllS AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its proper work and the Pellets invig Lorate the system In short they both assist A a Nature as a medicine should do- so 0 Ij Complete Treatment L r41Jrtftll GteeNUl O X11 11 b11 r 1 1 11111 11 PanolaThe Modern tonicn dose before each meal will make you feel r strong and well PANOLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia I Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys I t La Grippe and general debility Made by the LiHTCHPiEU PHAR I byJHartford Ky I I r Order Ohio Godnty Goilrt Regular term Monday September Sth 1904 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 membirfl has heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running of stock at Urge in Onto 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 precinct have filed their petition pray lug an election to be held in said voting prclnct at the regular election November 8 i9 4 for the purpose of taking the Hense of the legal voters in said preclct anto whether or not hogs shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct hand further appear lug that Rowan Holbrcok and nine teen other legal voters of Wtst 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 b held in their respective voting precincts at the regular elec tion November 8 IQM for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said precincts as to whether or not hogs sheep goats and geese shall be permitted to run at arge in said precincts or either of them and it appearing that said petitioners have deposited a sum suffi d ant 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 Bndall 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 oi 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 countyaud the county clerk is directed to have print ed on the ballots for each of said precincts the question for or against the running at large of such stock as sub mltted in each of said precincts A copy attest M S RAGLAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order I Cal P Keown sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened in eachof the voting precincts therein named on November 8 194 lor 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 1934 Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale daily Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col at rate oi 35 40 Limited to Oct 3ist for return S B VAN MUTER Agt To Golden California Best way is 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 Knights Templar Conclave and Sovereign Grand Lodge I 00 F Sep tember next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to September 10 limited October 23 1904 Two fast trains dally Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dining cars Special train per sonally conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive liter ature map folders etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky A Sensitive Horse Harsh treatment though It stop short of inflicting physical pain keeps a nervous horse in a state of misery On the other hand it is perfectly true as a besotted but intelligent stable keeper once observed to me A kind word for a hoes is as good sometimes as a feed of oats A single blow may be enough to spoil a racer Daniel Lambert found er of the Lambert branch of the Morgan family was thought as a three yearold to be the fastest trotting stal lion of his day He was a very hand some stylish intelligent horse and also extremely sensitive His driver Dan Mace though one of the best reinsmen in America once made the mistake through ill tem per or bad judgment of giving Daniel Lambert a severe cut with the whip and that single blow put an end to his usefulness as a trotter He became wild and ungovernable in harness and remained so for the rest of his life 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 Bowen troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at 7t Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Mayor McClellan Got Tried Mayor McClellan Is a good listener but he has difficulty sometimes in concealing his Impatience particular ly when bored by some longwinded talker who seems to be ignorant of the fact that there is such a thing in tireIsomecandidates said- I am a firm believer in the office seeking the man Mr Mayor II Has any struck you yet asked the Mayor Well not yet sir but I live in hope Why Im only seventyone- and if old Senator Davis can get the Vice Presidential nomination at the age of eightyone I think there is some show for me Only did his Duty as he Saw it I deem it a duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiley Park the well known merchant and postmaster at Wiley Ky I have been selling it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfaction Several of my customers tell me they would not do without it for any thing Very often to my knowledge one single dose has cured a severe at tack of diarrhoea and I positively know that it cures the lux dysentry You are at liberty to use this testimo nial as you pleased Sold by al druggists Sentence Sermons tblrllflolrllJlll- ltHappiness is health of heart Short prayers bring quick returns Little sins never stay small A wrong is always worth forget tingThe shallow head soon gets sore Heavenly mindedness is not earth ly blindnessThe must be measured by the man Time knows nothing of a reverse leverA creed makes a good cha t but a poor track No amount of polish can mke a pearl out of a pebble The love that is never wasted soon withers Prayer is only a pillow at night when it has been an endeavor all day If the fool would follow up his folly he would soon forsake it The wind does not whistle through the burn that is full of wheat The man who stands on his head always thinks he is holding up the worldA can not have his Interest in sin and keep his principle clean The lights of this world are not do- Ing their shining before mirrors Sanctification is a good deal more than feeling sore on the rest of crea tionIf you are doing no good to others you are doing much harm to yourself It Saved his Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suflered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 eta Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists In Self Defense Troy Tluien From 1812 to about 1861 about fif ty years Free Ttade Tariffs were followed three times by industrial stag BALUSA ifncltss preparation for the hair Keeps the hair soft glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff always restores color to gray hairu jfrpjptaa nation And three times aProtective Tariff led to industrial activity financial comfort and prosperity among the peopleThe last seven years have been the most prosperous in American history Industries have been active markets at home and abroad have been increased the laboring classes have been benefited and the wealth of the country has been largely augmented In spite of these facts of history the Democratic party in its platform of 194 denounces the Protective Tar- Iff as a robbery and asks the votes of the country in support of that denun ciation So long as the citizen is justified in defending his own comfort and pros perity and in repelling idleness and consequent poverty so long will the Democratic attacks upon the Tariff constitute a menace that will be fought with unflagging energy r 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 Ill on Wednesday October 19 194 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will bs issued to each 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 jclose of business on Tuesday Septem ber 27 1904 who is of full age a ticket enabling him or her to travel tree 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 ourney to Chicago only during the four days Immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chica go Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be car ried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH A HACKSTAEK Secy SheI was a foal to marry yo- uUeI supposed so but Im not willing that you should bear all the blame I asked you to 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 paiiia For sale by all drug g1sI9CrawfordIs that a new dress for your dolly Little LINo pa thats sisters new bathing suit In Praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy r Allow me to give you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett of Eagle Pass Texas I suffered one week with bowel trouble and took all kinds of medicinA without getting any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to take this remedy After taking one dose I felt greatly relievedand when I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands ofmankind For sale by all druggists J VEGETABLE SICIL- IANilairRenewer II andI Cumberland 11 11AND Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has I increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition B P NOWUN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance W1W1 vrrOh- io II County Circuit Court TlMilrkliend Judge Ben D ninHoAttorney 711 Black Jailer Ed O HnrriiBH Clerk Frank L Helix Mnitor Com mlsiloner Y L Mo eloy Trustee Jury Fund Ca 1 Keown SherlU Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo H ItobcrU Sam Keown AVConrtcouveucH flrnt Mon day In Mn roll mid Atiguat and continues three weekoand third Monday In May and Noviuulier two weeks County CourtJ P Miller Judge MS HUH and Clerk W H Harnes Attorney Hartford A3Court convene first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Ueglua on tho third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Convenes fret Monday In Jar uary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Otllcers J H Wood Surveyor Ceialvo Frank Lowe Assessor Hcda Jane DoWeese School Superintendent Hartford lien L Davis Coroner Sulphur Sprlngi J3atlce3 Courts D F Hudson Denver Dam February 161 ay 18 August 31 November 30 GeoW Martin llulzetown February 12 May 14 August LI November 12 Jno M Graham Narrows February 28 May 2 August 29 November 11 T A Kvuus VordevllleJauuury 15 May 7 August 27 November C J A Hicks Iluford February 7 May 9 Aug uat 12 November 7 W A Hone Centertown February 9 May 11 August 24 November P D J Wilcox llockport February 20 May B August 25 November 14 Hartibra lice CoUrt Jno H Wilson Judge C K Smith City Attorney 8 r Barnett Marshal Court convenes second Monday In eachmonth ZSolijjrloMS Cervices M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Itev WTMlller 1astor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night und fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev J II DurnettllIllltorCI Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 pm Her J D liar ned pastor School Tru8teesIJartrorllJas I Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M locker JII B Car son Jon C Riley Town Trustees Itowun Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlnsley A C Taylor Secret Soclotleo A O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No C7C Fk A Masons first Monday night In each month Rough lllver lodgeNo HOKnlghtsof 1ythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 G A It hold reg ulnr meetings Saturday beforefiratSunduylnearh month Your Heart fWhen Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results hare you heart trouble You have If you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising otc If you have pain In your left side in chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities palo face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort in sleeping on one side Tho only scientific treatment for this wholo train of troubles is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Miles Now Heart Cure is tho prescription of a famous specialist whoso great success in treating obstl nato nervous heart disease has made his namo preeminent In tho medical and scientific world Tho medicine will euro you TVo know it Wo want you to provo It If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will glvo you back your money- I have for several years suffered at times with heart trouble I got so bad I could not sleep halt tho night and had to sit up on tho sldo of the bed IotA of tunes to get breath Three of my brothers have died of heart trou ble and 1 thought I was going the same way but about two ama years ago I Rot a pamphlet about Dr Miles New Heart Cure and thought I would try a few bottles After using them I recovered and have had better health since then than before for several years I can heartily recommend them for heart trouble REV JERRY HURT Pastor Baptist Church Hurt Cans FREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr1 Miles Anti Pain Pills tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your cnseltellyou what Is wrong and how Fret DU MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATO1UES EUUIAUT IND fir if 1 i Hartford Republican FRIDAY SHPTIvrMBtit6 j = v SMALLHOUS r v Sept t3biro Bettie Hatcher Oentertoxvn is the tiuest of relatives nod friends In this vicinity Miiises Nella and Clara Robertson 3iurtford Mrs Jim Barnett Owens too and Mrs Jim Taylor South Carrollton visited the family of Mr T llHum Fulkerson recently H D Hunt returned from Evans Ji1e Tuesday VIr and Mrs M P Maddox visited Kiss Oma Maddox at Rockport Sun 3 7 Mefsrs Ross and John Morton lave returned from a trip to the Worlds Fair Mr Silas Scott and family have recently moved from our midst to ZRcckport Ky Mrs Sarah Greer has returned to itr home horn Livermore Alva Caloway wife and daughter JUitude and Mrs Robti Hunter visit- sd the family of Mr Tom Bennett Tjentls Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Alonzo France and riildren left Saturday for a visit to Ui and Mrs John Edmonson Xiownsvalley Ky Messrs Tom and Bob Godsey went Jo Grayson county Saturday and re inrned Tuesday Quite a number from this commun My attended the protracted meeting 5it Centertown last week which was conducted by Rev Boggess Beaver Ibm He has recently closed a suc cessful meeting at Equality Misses Uia Addington and Eulnl ytpithrow attended the plcnlc at Shnltztown Saturday Mrs T L Withrow visited friends fcj Central City last week- WANTEDIndustrous man or worn D9 permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look after Ids business in this county and ad plilngtterritory Business successful nrd established Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salary paid weekly Jhoni home office Expense money Advanced Experience not essen Enclose selfaddressed envelope general Manager Como Block Tiicago r CENTERTOWN Sept I2Rev Boggess closed an Interesting meeting here Friday night The infant of J T Rone is very licit Miss Mary Sallee is on the sick list us week airs Lucinda French is visiting Mrs Nat Lindley of Pt Pleasant Alvin Rowe and wile are at home again after spending a week in the la tern market purchasing goods Mr Helen Caldwell leas returned Ir her home in Louisville after ashort ylI to relatives here Mr A J Busklll Livermore and tj C M Everly Matanzas were tbtre Saturday on business A Reneer J T Bennett and J 3 Stogncr went to Hartford on important business Mss Bessie Shown of Beda who bas been visiting her aunt Mrs H JH Davis of this plate returned to er home Sunday TJ S Faught and Clyde Roark went to Livermore this week in inter I 3t of timber work flrfler Ohio Coilnttj Gout Regular term Sept 5 1904 rIm Pollock c Dn f judgment Petition for Local Option Election it McHenry Ky Vni Pollock Henry Newton Wm Sclatr Jas Penman Tom Engler ete Taylor Will Newton G R Can ja Jas Givens Alva Thomas Ed 1 nidox Jack DempseyEverett Sisk lonmn Penman Jas Espy John kgs Joe Day Wm Maddox Roland jrr Palos Hawes H A Nordland rgene Qhinn Dick Taul Frank ienmau Perry Render Alves Hawes gig Hocker Monroe Littlefield Sam Hnwes Everett Hawes Elvis Rogers Jienry Smith Gilbert Taylor Tom llarland Wm Phelps Oscar Brown Ta n Render Jeff Davis Will Wilkes xrrl rimy Park having by an order cJJiis Court duly made at its last ifgnlar July term 1994 held next be 3we this filled their written petition signed by each and all of them pray Ing for n local option election in and 4tv the town of McHenry Ky on Tlrnraday September isth 1904 siish said petition was and is signed t133id parties it is now adjudged fiist said petition was and is signed u by said petitioners wluserames appear thereto mid that same are legal and qui1 fied voters of slid town quaHfied to Vote r TjrcouVty officer mid art n1 dumber Vqual tti ore than 25 per cent of such voters VJtingn the last town election tor said town and that rash cue of said petitioners are over 21 years of age and have re sided in the State of Kentucky more than one year in the county of Ohio I more than six months and in the town of McHenry more than sixty tays before the filing of said petition and they and each of them are quail fied to vote at an election for county officersIt therefore ordered and adjudged by the court the court being suffi ciently advised that an election beheld in and for said town of McHenr on Thursday the 22nd day of Septem ber 1904 tor the purpose of taking the sense of legal qualified voters of said town who are qualified to vote fore un ty officers upon the question whether not splrltous vinous and malt liquors shall be sold bargained or loaned in said town and whether or not the law now in force prohibiting the salebar ter and loan of and traffic in such liquors in said town shall become in operative in the said town of McHen ry The petitioners this day deposited with J P Miller county judge the sum of thirty five dollars which sum- S adjudged sufficient to pay costs ol advertising printing ballots and officers for holding election Cal P Keown the regular elected qualified and acting sheriff of Ohio county is appointed to hold said elec tion for which purpose he is ordered and 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 lots for said election as required by aw and this cause is continued- M S RAGLAND Cleik By U G RAGLAND D C NOTICE Pursuant to foregoing order and judgment ot the Ohio County Court I will on Thursday September the 22nd 194 cause a poll to bs opened as and in the manner required by law At each and all of the voting places in the town of McHenry Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said town qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spirit uous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in the said town of McHenry Ohio county Ky or whether or not the law now in force in Ohio county Ken tucky prohibiting the sale barter loan of and traffic in such liquors shall become inoperative in the aid town of McHenry Ohio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 6th day of September 190 t C P KEOWN S O C SALEM Sept 11Mr and Mrs Lilbern Reeves of Illinois who have been vis ting Mrs Reeves parents Mr and MfG J W Cummings of this place returned home Monday Mrs Nancy Daniel and grandson Yale were the guest of their friend Mrs R A Wilson Friday The circuit rider filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday Mr Arthur Raley wile and daughter Oma Evelyn were the guest of Mr Raleys slsterMrs Ollie Jamison Saturday night and Sunday Miss Ola B Wilson was the guest of her friends Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley Sunday Mrs Lucy Brown and daughter Sudle and Lucile St Clair near this place attended the Sunday school at Rosine Sunday morning Mr J T Daniel and daughter Bessie of Olaton were the guest of their friends Mr and Mrs S M Wilson SundayMr Raley wife and daughter Golda May visited Mrs Raleys parents e Mr and Mrs Rufus Bond Saturday night and Sunday Mr Rodney Camp and family were the guests of Mr Camps brother Mr John Camp Sunday Mr L H Brown has moved back to his farm near this place from RosineMr H Jamison is contemplating- on moving down to Centertown in a- few days JINGO Sept 13Mrs J W Morris is on- the sick list M T Likens has typhoid fever The death angel has again visited the home of Mrs Louisa Wright and taken her youngest IOU Frank who died Sundaynight of typhoid fevei Miss Ida Ashh Horton isltnl friends and relatives here last wet k returning Sunday Mr A L Westerfield has moved to his farm in the Concord neighbor hood recently vacated by Mr J A DukeA A Carter of the Victory neigh borhood happened to a very painful accident last week by letting two nil road ties fall from the wagon on his foot Dr Ford dressed the wound He is unable to walkIROCKPORT Sept nMr and Mrs Geo Morgan have returned to their home at Greenville after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs David Duncan Mrs Geo fiohannou has returned from a visit to relatives atBoonevilli Ind She was accompanied home by Mr and Mrs Fred McConnel Mr E I+ Dupuy the popular and efficient cashier of the Rockport Deposit Bank has returned from the St Louis lair Mr J Smith was on duty as cashier during Mr Dupuys ab scenceMrs Bessie Kevil has returned to her home at Russellville after a visit to relatives Mrs Mattie Tichenor left on the steamer Crescent City for Calhoun Monday night She will visit tela tive there and at Semlwey Mists Lizzie Stevens is visiting rela atives at Owensboio SELECT Sept 13 Mr and Mrs Esllll Mad dox visited Mrs Maddoxs parents here last week Mr and Mrs Tom Crowder of Renfrew visited Mr W P Allen SundayMr Sanders celebrated his 76 birthday Sunday Mr Pate Baize of Needmore who bas been ill for some time passed to the beyond Saturday His remain were put away in the Keown grave yardMr Ira Arbuckle has recently moved from this place to Hartford His dwelling will be occupied by Mr W A Arbuckle Mr M J Keown has moved from here to Beaver Dam His dwelling will be occupied by Mr W B Allen Mr Estill Arbuckle of Beaver Dam has moved to this place Mr Winson Smiths dwelling that has been in progress for some time will soon be completed COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Aug 12The literary society which has been organizedat this place is improving nicely and is well attended Mr and Mrs Clarence Pirtle of near Shultztown visited Mr C W Stevens and family of this place Sun dayMr R T Black is on the sick list at this writing Mr J W Cox and wife visited their son Mr Thomes Cox of Dundee Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attended the picnic and colt show Saturday at Shultztown The singing school at Prentls is getting along nicely under the manage ment of Mr Horace Taylor Mr W H Taylor of Ball Knob visited S L Stevens and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Winona Stevens of Hartford visited Miss Orpha Stevens of this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Georgie Gordan who has been visiting in Rochester for the past month returned home Sunday OASIJOnAIIoon thaThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature 111of MATANZAS Sept 14The farmers have been very busy since the rain preparing ground for wheat and grass Hon A B Tichenor is very sick of malarial fever Infant son of D H Luck has a- very bad attack of scarlet fever Mrs Worth Bell and Mrs J N- Nnll are attending the Worlds Fair this week Mrs Worth Tichenorol Livermore Is visiting relatives here this week- J S Igleheart is sick of chills Ross Bennett went to Hartford yesterday to attend school Mrs Carrie Ellison of Island was the guest of her mother Mrs M E idwell last Sunday- W P Render is having his new residence plastered this week Will Kendle of South Carrollton is doing the work Chester Lindley is building a very un nn handsome residence which will when completed add very much to the com juunityj oJ Prt E A Smith of Rockportwis- here last Sunday Rev R D Carter of this plnceand Mhs May Ross of Goshen will bs married this evening at the residence of the brides mother We extend congratulationJ who has been very sick is improving J P Tichenor went to Beaver Dam yesterday on business Miss Eva Robertson of Heflln is the guest of her aunt Mrs J W Tichenor this week Luther Reneer has in wed his saw and grist mill to this place and will grind for the people hree- Tlldeu Taylor Is on the sick list KILL BY JOY Sight of His Mother Kills a Young Man at Alton Illinois St Louis Sept 14 Joy at greet lag his mother after a separation of seven years caused so great a shock to Eiurnanutl Minor of Wichita Kan at Alton that he had hardly spoken ten words to her before he sank in a chair and expired before a physician could reach him As a Tt suit of her sons sudden dtath Mrs Minor is overcome with grief and tears are entertained that she will not withstand the shock Seven years ago Minor left Alton and went to Kansas for his health settling at Wichita As he expected i he regained his strength and continued to remain there For the past few years he has written his mother that he intended vslting her during the Wtrlds Fair and recently she has been counting the days until he should arriveMinor reached Alton and at once hurried to his mothers house at the center ot Ninth and Belle Streets They greeded each other nflection ately The son appeared to be un usually excited and when his mother We have received quite an assortment of ready to wear Huts and Veils we mdnow to fit you up Mil Mens CapsI New shapes in all the grades colors in Caps boys Chilj dren un oflered him a chair he sat down ap parently in a state l ct tlaa irg fI qbr pwlft3tplsp 4t5 ttet hti- Co m reaclt tSt house the young men t1 Y cad t 11C10 C JHe was 22 stars old 0 RtrlESTATE 135 Acres 4 mileM north of HftrtfoM m good state of cultivation 8500 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good build ings 12000 70 acres near Palo 25 Acres bottom land balance good I upland good houses good barns 65000 115 acres fine Rough river bottom land 6 miles from Hartford rz 20000 140 acres 3H miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 145 acres 2 H miles west of Hartford fine land good Improvements 300000 A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartforl3750oS- 3 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land 166000 305 acres fine Rough river bottom cull All the above lands are birgatns Titles abstracted- S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAUTKOUI KY FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican Our tive line up boys in Suits and will send homo We now one mens womens and chil highclass most prices i rCan Y9U1igUre I- rU2OOG1ve i 13v ay- TO IHSTOMKKS OK Carson Co i HARTFORD KY How votes will be for in Ohio county at the November this year the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 2500 Third 1000 Fourthr 500 55 each 200II II II 11000 + 1 Total 20000 earh dollars worth of goods r bought of Carson Co n ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The test will be decided according to the decision ol the election corn mission rs who will meet At Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will he given out after I 4 oclock on election Be gin now The more tickets better your chances CAHSON Co Inc H We Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the ling Green Business Col If you arc to school call on or address the Rcpublican for Scholarship Our Advance Shipmentare now in tit markets coinpUtin our gill punliases but ve have Irctltlyreceived many new things that now on sale awl we would appreciate an opportunity showing you these new things M1111a2ery ShipD3en1i new Caps and in your linery Hats and and for men and day ClothingYou have begun to think about buying a now Suit and a new Overcoat and you are the man we want to We know that wo showing the most attrac you will have an opportunity of seeing Wo have bought only uptodate durable fabrics in this lino and any suit you buy from us is sure to give perfect satisfaction for the price paid for it Mothers remember wo take special interest in fitting and children and Overcoats Bring them to us we them happy Shoes Shoes have on sale of the largest andmost attractive line of drens Shoes More dependable stock at the satisfactory many cast Congress election For Next Guesses For con the have Bow lege going buyers are are see are FARMERS Wo have just unloaded quite a quantity of tho Horse Shoo Brand of fertilizers Drive your wagon to us and get the host the market affords An other oar of Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons unloaded last week See the Su perior Wheat Drill before buying a Drill E P BARNES 4 BRO Beaver Dam