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L Iartferb UqiublfcanUn Fine Job Work a Specialty If IT is NEll YOl WILL BIND IT IN Tin MPIBLICAX Subscription 1 a Year d VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1904o11 BABY GIRL IS fOUND Under a Bush on Hartford Road Near Owensboro Wrapped in Knit Shirt and Piece of FJannelOnlyaFew A baby girl app ralilly only a few dnys ole vns found Sunday morning under a bush by the roadside on the farm ol Rod Yewell three miles from l Owensboro cm the Hmtford rondo The babywtppped In an old knit shirt and a jhce of flanntj had evidently been placed there several hours before The discovery was made about 8 oclock by Uriah Allison who lives near the Yewell farm and who was I attracted by the cries of the infant The place where the child was found Is an unfrequented one and sometimes no one pauses there for days It WHS 4an accident almost that henu found in time to prevent her death by star vation and exposure Mr Allison took the Infant to his home and at once telephoned to the mi thorlties al Owensboro C nsablr John Ashbv w Immediately to the place and made complete examination A It rubber tire buggy had been driven to the place toward daylight on Sunday morning as was evidenced by the freshness ol the tracks A steady rain fell Saturday night and did not cuue until sonic hours alter midnight The tracks were unquestionably made alter the rain Other than that the perpetrators of the crime used a rub ber tire buggy and a horse freshly shod all around no clue could be obtained A careful examination was made of the wrappings of the child but they bore no marks They were ol poor quality and dirty Severn persons living In the neighborhood remember to have seen abug gy pass coming toward Owensboro about daylight Sunday morning All the curtains were tightly fastened and the occupants of the vehicle were not seen by anyone so tar as has been learn ed The tracks show that the buggy was driven to thespot where the child was abandoned from the direction of Owensboro and that it was turned around at that spot The general opinion In the neighborhood Is that the person or persons who brought the child to the place was well ac quainted with the locality The inlant will be at the Allison home until the court makes some provision for it The abandonment of a it child In this manner isquite a serious t offense and if the oflenderor offenders should be caught they will doubtless be given a long term in the pent 4tentiary The county officials and of the neighborhood will make every effort to hunt down the perpetrators ot the heinous and un natural crime For Sale One and onehalf miles from the 2public mines sixtysix acres of land and good seven room house 4plenty of out buildings everlasting water in porch and in the horse lot also some good young heifers lug wagon 225 egg incubator new at hall price several pure blood barred ply mouth rock cockerels rroo and up a lot of pure blood leghorn cockerel 50 cents and up Phone 132 E M MILLER 8t4 McHenry Ky Call for Convention- At a regular meeting of the Re publican Executive Committee o FOhio county held at Hartford Ky September 3 IQM the fol lowing resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegated convent tion be held in the town of Hartford Ky on Monday November a8 1904 at i oclock p m at the court house I in said town for purpose oi nominat ing candidates fur the various count officers to be voted for at the November election 19045 viz Representa I 4 tive county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer superintendent of schools coroner surveyor and assessor and that pre a i chll t conventions be held in each of the voting precincts In sold county oil November 26 iy 4 at 130 oclock p m lor the purpose of electing delegates to attend paid county convention on November 28 and that the representation therein be I delegate for every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast for President Roosevelt on November S 194 and the candidate receiving a mrjorlty ol the votes cast In said county convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republic an pirty f cr said office NICHOLAS HARKASS Chmn M S RACLAND Secy THE STOCK LAW How to Vote on the Question Cattle Means all Kinds of Stock At the November election this year the question an to whether certain stock shall hereafter be permitted to fun ul urge will be submitted to the voters of sixteen precincts In East Hartford Sulphur Springs Ralph Beda Buford Megan iCtnavllle Bart letts Narrows West Fordsvllle East Iorrsvillr Herbert and East Beaver Dam the question to be submitted Shall cattle generally be permitted to run at large Cattle In its legal sense means all kinds of stock and it the voter favors the keeping up ol all stock he is in favor of the propo sition that will be submitted in the bvfIvote only on the proposition to keep up hogs In West Hartford and Point Pleasant the question will be shall hogs sheep goats and geese be permitted to run at larg- eRepublicans the first rally of the campaign will be at Hartford Wednes day October 5th Be sure to attend ARENDER Sept 27Mr Jno S Hobson of Central City was here on business one day last week Mr Marion Tipton of Rochester was here on business one day last weekMr R L Millard of Linton Ind Iii visiting his parents Mr and Mrs L T Millard at this writing Mrs Sarah Brown ol Kensee is the guest of her son J H Brown at this writing Mr Ed Jones is visiting in Herrin Ill at this writing Mr P B Burton of Herrin 111 is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs G W Burton at this writing Messrs F F Allen and Scott Smith went to Owensboro Saturday- Mr J W Wilkins went to White Run Saturday- Mr H D Jones of Central City was here Sunday Messrs Hoover and Massie of Louisville were here on business yea terdayMr John S Spence was in Central City on business yesterday- Mr W D McEllhinney of Central City was here on business yester dayMr W S Vick Owensboro was here on business yesterday- Mr C M Baggerly ol Louisville was here on business yesterday There was quite a crowd from here attended the county fair at Hartford last week Boys the election is not far off November 8th so let us all help Teddy all we can He is the man for the chair Hear W G Dunlap of Louisville at the Court House Hartford next Wednesday The season of horseraising is hearlded In Lipplncotts Magazine by a short story from Alfred Stoddart called The Dark Horse which everyone will read for its true pictures of the sport and its delicious love tale ATTEMPTEtJPOISONINI Negro Cook Did it at Request Judge Mulligans Son Poison Put In Dish of Baked Fisu Negro Gave Alarm A diabolical plot to poison the en tire family oi fudge James H Mulli gan former Consul General to Samoa and one of the most distinguished citizens of Lexington Ky came to light late Saturday afternoon I and Louis Mitchell a negro servant boy in the Mulligan family has been a prisoner ever since Saturday afternoon about 4 oclock the Mulligan family sat down to lunchJudge Mulliganhis wife and the children living at home being seated at the table Among the dishes brought in and placed on the tabe was one of baked salmon of which Judge Mulligan is very fond The family had just seated themselves and were on the point of beginning the meal when the Negro boy Louis Mitchell who waits on the tablecall ed young Dennis Mulligan to one side and whispered to him not to eat of the baked salmon as there was something the matter with It The negros neivous excited manner at once aroused the suspicion of young Mulligan and be pressed the negro for a further explanation He then told him that it contained poison and begged him to notify the other mem bers of the family not to eat of It Mitchell said he had attempted the deed at the solicitation of James Mul ligan who came from Chicago on Thursday to attend his sisters wedding He sad Jim asked me If I would kill the old woman for him meaning Miss Jennie and I told him I might be Induced to do so He said If you will I will give you 100 three days after you do it I said I might kill all the family and Jim said it made no difference you get her He handed me a blue paper containing a powder and said Get some salmon and have it served for lunch You put this in the salmon and mix it about good Alter the luneral I will hand you the money Young Milligan was notified by long distance phone of the confess ion of the negro Mitchell He started at once and reached Lexington from Chicago Tuesday evening He denied the negros accusation in toto I Notice Notice is hereby given that I will on Monday October 17 1904 at the court house door in Hartford expose to sale to the highest and best bidder the franchise right and privilege to use the streets and alleys of the city of Hartford for the purpose of opera ting an electric light plant in on and over the same and to erect neces sary poles to support the neces sary wires needed to connect said light plant with any or all resident and business houses in said cltysuch use of eaid streets and alleys shall In terfere with the public use of same as little as possible and shall be subordinate thereto The right to reject any or all bids is respectfully reserved Sale will be made at 10 oclock a m This Sept 27 1904 SAM T BARNETT Marshal town Hartford GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Col D G Colson former Gongress man from the Eleventh district and Colonel of the Fourth Kentucky regiment during the SpanishAmerican War died Tuesday night at his home in Middlesboro He was taken sud denly ill Monday night with nervous prostration and sank rapidly to the endThe act appropriating 15000 an nually to the Kentucky Childrens Home Society was held to be consti tutional by Special Judge Carroll in an opinion delivered in the Franklin Circuit Court- Louisville day at the Worlds Fair TheIgramme was carriedout in faultless manner President Francis assisted in making the occasion memorable Talks were made by Mayor Grainger Judge Gorden and Mr Nunemacher There is quite a difference of opkjj ion as to whether the certificate of registration which is to be issued by the registration officers is to be signed by all the officers or jupt the clerk Attorney General Hays thinks all the officers should sign the certificate Special Judge Carroll In the Frank lin Circuit Court has decided that the common school fund is not entitled to any of the funds of the State Insur ance Department collected es direct taxes from insurance companies doing business in the State thus sus taming the contention of Auditor HagerValuable oil paintings ol Emperor Nicholas were mutilated at the Rus scan exhibit at the Worlds Fair and the features of the Emperor were de faced FLAG RAISING Promises to Be a Great Day for Republicanism at Baizetown On Saturday October 15 at Baize town Col C M Barnett Mr R B Martin and others will present the Republicans of Select voting pre duct and community with a flag twenty feet long decked with the picture of President Roosevelt and Vice Presidential candidate Fair banks The flag will be raised to the crest of a pole 100 feet highwhich will be erected by the citizens of the community The presenting party headed by one of the best bands to be had will begin the march to the village of Baizetown atl an early hour Saturday morning and will arrive there in time to partake of the barbe cued luncheon which will await them At 130 p m the speaking will be gin Col Barnett will In his usual happy and eloquent way make the speech of presentation He will be followed by other leading Republicans of the county who will elo quently proclaim true Republicanism to a truly Republican people This promises to be one of the most enthu siastic rallies in the county during the campaign and will certainly be a great day for Republicanism in Baize town country NO CHANGE GRANTED Rev Armer Must be Tried by Mc Lean County Jury at Calhoun i Calhoun Ky Sept 27The case against Rev W W Armer charged with the murder of his son was call ed this morning The defendant filed grounds for a charge of venue Con siderable oral evidence was heard on the motion for a change of venue af ter which the court overruled the motionArmers attorneys then filed an affi davit for a continuance The affida vit states he will be able to prove by several witnesses that they have stat ed he was at times insane One of the witnesses is the fatherinlaw of his last wife He will testify if pres ent that he objected to the marriage on account of fearing Armer was in saneArmer was in the court room the greater portion of the day He sat with his head on his hand and did not move for three hours There was a large crowd in the court room Killed by Heavy Timber- E A Foster an employe of the Central Coal and Iron Company at Central City while assisting in removing a large piece of timber from some of the companys buildings Tuesday was fatally injured by the timber falling on his head and neck His skull was fractured jaw bone and nose broken and his neck badly bruis ed He died Wednesday afternoon having never regained consciousness I A PASTORS WIFE PELVIC CURED CATARRH or She Suffered for Years and Felt HopelessCured Peruna RS ANNA nFLKITAKTY recen- tiTI Supvrlnlendviit of the W C T U headquarters at Galesburg IlL was for ten yearn one of the leading women tliore Tier husband when living was first President of tho Nebraska Wesleyan University at Lincoln Nab In a letter written from 401 Sixty seventh street V Chicago Ill Mrs 1loharty says the following in regard to 1eruna Having lived a very active life as wife and working partner of a busy minister my health failed mo a few years ago 1 lost my husband about tho same time and gradually I seemed to lose health and spirit My daughter is a confirmed invalid and wo both felt great need of an invigorator uOne of my neighbors advised me to try Peruna A bottle was Immediately secured and a great change took place In my daughters as well as In my own health Our appetites improved very greatly the digestion seemed much helped and restful sleep soon Improved us so that we seemed like new women HI would not be without Peruna for ten times its cost Mrs Anna BFlehartyWhat be called female diseases by the medical profession Is now caned pelvic catarrh It has been found by experience that catarrhal diseases of tho pelvic organs aro the cause of most cases of female diseases Dr Hartman was among the first of Americas great physicians to make this discovery For forty years ho has been treating diseases peculiar to women and long ago ho reached tho conclusion that a woman entirely free from catarrhal I affection of these organs would not bo subject to female disease Ho therefore began using Peruna for these cases and found it so admirably adapted to their permanent cure that Peruna has now become the most famous remedy for female diseases ever known Every whore tho women aro using It and praising It Poruna is not a palliative sim ply it cures by removing tho cause of female disease Dr Hartman has probably cured more women of female ailments than any other living physician He makes these PARDONS MURDERER Acting Gov Thorne Frees Clem Buchter Who Killed His Daughter Louisville Ky Sept 27Clem Buchter who committed one of the bloodiest and most atrocious murders ever committed IB this city and who was serving a life sentence in the penitentiary at Frankfort was par doned tonight by Acting Governor Thome Buchter shot and killed his daughter with whom he was accused of being guilty of immoral conduct He was jealous of her through moral perversion After killing his daugh ter he also shot his wife who was striving to save the daughter from his fury He had the benefit of two trials but the jury gave him a life sentence The plea of Insanity was never given any consideration Gov l Mrs Anna B Fleharty cures simply by using and recommending Peruna Mrs Esther M Milner DeGraff Ohio writes 1 was a terrible sufferer from female weakness and had the headache contin uously I was not able to do my house work for myself and husband I wrote you and described my condition as near as possible You recommended Peruna I took four bottles and was completely cured I think Peruna a wonderful medicine Mrs Esther M Milner Congressman Thad M Mahon of Chambersburg Pa writes I take pleasure in commending your Peruna as a substantial tonic and a good catarrh remedy T M Mahon If you do not receive prompt and satis factory results from tho use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus OhioThorne gives no reason for his par don Have you read that very interesting magazine The Smart Set License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report Ira Hartley Paradise to Isabelle Ashby Echols Pat Wydlck Paradise to Oma Engler Paradise Estlll Hart Barretts Ferry to Doonle Hurt Olaton Ashford C Nance McHenry to Lula McFarland McHenry Her man Stogner Centertown to Esther Duncan South Carrolltcn Arthur Harder Shreve to Lillle Grant Shreve Robert C Duff Narrows to Eva Megan Olaton Jacob Midkiff Wysox to Prudence Peters Wysox G E Arbuckle Select to Artie Kirg Cromwell BBS Early Risers The famous littl pills Public Speaking HON W G DUNLAP Of Louisville will speak in the interest of the Republican ticket at Hartford October 5 1904 At 1 Oclock P M Mr Dunlap is one of the most able and eloquent speakers in Kentucky Come to hear him Snout FofroosEvafPu- blic Meeting of Locomotive firemen Goes Wild With En ihusiasm For the President oliicrhood Resents the Canard That the Executive Is Not IiITrue Friend 13IFrom the UufTalo KxjiroBS St jit The hg public meeting held lust j rght in Couventlon hall by the troth irliooil of Locomotive KiiTtnrn i C auierlea now In convention In this wry wound up in a most remarkable demonstration for President Koose 7 elt It was the big feature of the ztonsior meeting not on the 110i mmiiie and hy reason of the lent of It and Its consequent sponta selty It provwl beyond the faintest sluulow of a doubt that at least one powerful organisation that tins been ati honor and credit to American labor far more than a quarter of a century iu heart and soul fur Uoosevelt The Itoosevelt demonstration was newt sensational Convention hall was lucked from the stage to the entrance Fully 5000 men and women were there the attendance taxing the tlat Dug capacity to such an extent that oinny extra benches hail to be placed ik 8c up to the stage Edward A Manly secretary of the interstate commerce commission in the course of his speech had lulled at Kutlon to the tact that a New York aewspnper had criticised the president because he had accepted an honorary membership in the lirothcrhood of Lo roinotlve 11 re1ll ell Let me say said Jrand Master Hannahnn that if the president of the Tolled States or Lilly other of Its cltl Lius iioc nothing worse than accept jombVRhlp In this organlxatlon lie tl l1 theI trlt te ill will nor lllIy ve tLc ceiiMre of any of his i ii theelsI- If I th1 rest if the public and partlc a ily Lose jo II+ lot rustcd witJ Sue direction of our government anti j die management of the nations great Ki enterprises would do as the presi in t 11101 meet us upon a common level taro null be fewer strikes nod less atrlfe and more of peace and good will jr tl11 industrial tt OIIt Wit s UK president done li r jonf shoutedtut intoxicated man wl ntoosl near he uttigo door on the right u h iiat Las till president done repeated Grand Muster 1111 II 1111 hall The president tins proved to the organized Porkla men If this country aunt he iiiis an interest III their welfare by ac cepting an honorary membership in an organization of men whose faces are begrimed by smoke and dust and who dally and hourly face the gravest dan lfd The monster audience burst Into deafening cheers The tumult rolled from wall to wall and back again lien stood up on the benches wildly Travlntj their hats and cheering for the hr shleiit The demonstration was 3Kutttiieout and was general all over i hll Finally It died down and 30010 one in the audiunce shouted llurnili for Theodore Itoosovelt Vud a1 till emwd burst Into I Leers and when the second demon trntkn tried out the Intoxicated mull I s tv Where to be seen I tiring tIlt demonstration time omen tin tah1lt ilent anil made no of vior to check or urge on the re 4L1 Vt1 whih the president mvlvevl and when It was over mil MasUr Ilannahan went on with j is speech without reference to the hiltject j Time brotherhood of Locomotive Fire 51 a fats a membership of iOKJ ulelI wnrly all of whom live In the Unitedi 34itss It lay been said the railroad then of the country thor I SUfhiy Oelloved In nut supported 5wIt mid If any proof of that j + ifui was needed It was amply IISI shed last nlhtIOpu letter to IrohllillloiilhtM and I IVuwvruiKjr BrUItcrnlllICB Rev Dr J F Sfa Problem My Respected Prohibition i 3ftjthor Your party having been atII TrcxlL in this state over thirty I Trctlng as you pray not electing a men to otllce how long will it take you io carry tlif state Your tX hll1l1l1l11I tHnpklns bosists having EXaiiKTits defeat one of tho greatest I iutiKiuen then on earth Senator I r ha 1y41 Ulngleaders marl Dorr 1It Prohibitionists may count that I i a work hut certainly former sen j KJ ejirVliMns Jo not estimat idi 1 ibc wIll Dcmocmts as being ti MJ voting That Will I1 t fiystor iKlitlcs SVnsnt It mere Lire lots of noble neon In your ii lo IM iiiiJSi i lil- in OU sonw of your manipulators 11- 1ItullK to the rottonost kind of party tr ks and will do so this y nr If tivivs nnythlng in it I hoernuttt- int at It- T riner H pubHcaiw and other true tvi jriH iRTiuIt lu to kindly suggest tlit you work and vote this year with jii vlicinlstration which towers high ontbz five ixSt imst administrations ifctll country Tfi IKiiMMrnilo Vii ude iI1 ytrc jn the CItJllla lviatlwr ou 1wney N continuous sold Pros jrfMt lixnxvelt In his spiich of occt tix The IXiiKxrats follow time plan- K time vinnlorlllo managers and present a clew pahoy at each appearance I L 1I Avers6 v ar Ifj For coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take flyers Cherry Pectoral Cherry PectoraliAlways ltp a bottle of it in Xc have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I hoer used Aywrn Clicrrr Iwfnn liiiny finely rr 4l Vfiir It is tin I Pat nifiluiiu Lit I t tverld 1 KtiW tar all throat ttinl thug h Mts J K iliraos Waltliam Mass iVWIWI eASIR40 AIIlrl1Iofor tVt p 111 trnerifr The LungsDally action of the bowels Is necessary Aid nature with Ayers Pills Scraps of News than 751000 worth of arti IMore was exported last year ann Fiance to the Uni te StatesMore 3000 experiments on j living animals were made for British Government departments ol pubic authorities in 193and 1313 for tu bercolosls commission Prof Justin H Smith of Darmouth college is at present traveling in Mexico superintending the collection of material for a history of the war between Mexico and the United StatesIn tramps are set to work unless they can make satisfactory ex i pauation for their idlene s and the work they are made to do is not si I easy hut that they will try to find Sinn thing more to their liking when they are releasedILow Resorts Best reached via the Mifsourl Pa clfic Railway from St Louis to Pueb lo Colorado Springs and Denver 25ec Glen wood Springs 3700 t at Lake City 3800 round tripI Correspondingly Ijw rates from all points Tickets in sale dally until Septembr 30 return limit October 3t 19 4 Liberal stop overs with dailIFor descriptive literature pirticuUrs etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Ncrton Bldg Louisville KyIThe Smart Set magazine j tain youIInspiring MottoIHas your army reat motto to inspire it asked the j war correspondentNo Russian general j but we officers have i What is itI4 The first shall be last and the last shall be first1 and then according to a well arranged plan the j army having repulsed the Japanese turned around and retired In good order MRS CECELIA STOWS Orator Eutru Nas Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO lu Oct 22 1902 For nearly four ea 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an urnration as the only Va to lt well 1 however operatiooMywell aa I for homo a Ii woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly dru gist advised him to get tt of WSno of flardui for Ill to tr and he didso I began toimproo in a few cVavH and my was Cr +rapid With in eighteen creeks I was another Laing I Mrs Btowoa letter shows 5 saddertedbyfemale Wine of CLruti cure that side mass and hririgg hftalth and hanpi ness ag not on IIU inc Jo to druggist I WineofWaN muJ i I A DEMOCRATIC HERITAGE Terre Hfvlivv of Siin TliItiKN t + InrO Father Left l fVm the llutifliilf Tu Citizen Miyor MrtloUnii of Now York iyIn hy speech at thf Prmocrntr hrrune Iviiiiuit ariy Iti the yens i Tu pedal will trust tlio IVniiMTii v today if It tint prows that It Mats 1111 unsullied the heritage of the fiither s Tiiiiv Is DO dlltliiiUy In proving Unit on u Ion luixmimt mink tills JUT tut iis peon faithfully IWJltIVni the PcinrNTjitlo party rot 1 fjvirj iviwvr In ISll attar having II i trolrd the tfovormiHiit for t vrlvi scars under tlii iidmlnistratlniiH of 1III am Van Huron it lIft tin t tnrti I lnnui f of Industrial pr tri It to the pri tloal free truth tual tin stldlti wale ivtlic tioas f tin tariff of ISM and of tlnun clam wreck touplitl with vlkUat hank hog msultliu from the panli of is7 fnIor tin YVhtj tnrllY of ItsJ Indus try revived but till DiMiioinuy ie galnliii power III ISlt restored Iho iariaw of Peer trade by tlio Walkor tulll of islil lisiHter followed aid iu VIi till party was again shorn of IIIIWIIiratk party was siuvossful Follow ins tu latter victory Its hcrltap uf tll1llImtj j tloas of li IJ JKT tout Nine months later till result of this was sot forth by the Democratic socivtnry of till treasury aril president Sold Secretary Cobb III his that annual report Ill S ls 7 ohllIlutoSaid ProsUlont Imlmnnn In his Hrst annual IIUSSMK to oonross Dw s 1S7Our country In Its monotary inter tts H at till jncsont 1110 III lit In a do plonilile condition Vo lliul our niaiiu tvurkeIdifferent kinds ahaiidoned noel thug sands of useful lahorers thrown out of employment and mlucud to wants Thus was till honing of distnss created hy till Democracy in 1SU7 ro stored twenty years later In our larja1 cities only the charity soup kitchen stood between the poor man and stir vat ion l eht was soon added to distress an l the Democratic heritage of the Moxi eon war Halt thou standing at IIIIthan SLTiOOOOOO was rapidly enlarged Ioan followed loan until the publle debt rose from iiriliiM to W SOS7571i In the meantlmu time In dustrial arvl flamed li interests of the country cluti0utrlcaul sulViMwl fron the depixssion that IKWIII In 1S7 In 1S3 the Democracy npiln ncqiiir Itll control of the government old once the Democratic heritage of dis tress and deht was restored to time poo pie The heritage of distress opened isIder tilt sugar trust tariff hy general Industrial prostration Again lime char ity soup kitchen had Its Innings among the worklngnicu of our cities At the j same time time heritage of dolt under went an expansion flU lN ynni1 that tIIlI der Huchaimifs administration Loan again followed loan until 2tt l1e lieu t was addiil to the public deptrltlg was the heritage left to the country wllItho last Deniocmtlc president rvtlrod front otllce In ISJT j So much nt least of the heritage of i the Democratic fathers has trim faith fully kept nod today time people can trust till IitMwvraoy If It regains power to ivMrf th heritage of Ilium n cal collapse Industrial prostmtlon the iharlty soup kiteh n falling revenues and itirease of the pulillo debt for curreur expenses in lliuo of itoaco which h ive Mate ronsplciioiiR 1I01l It of Doiuocratic rule tl1I lOUR BIG CROPSIhere Arc the Foiimln lion nf Our Irnniiprlty From the Wall Street Juurnul In this country we raise onollttb 01I the worlds wheat four Iftbs of tin worlds corn one fmn th of the worldH oats and fouMlfthx of the ton fhls harvest Is at the of our True It toulHlntlulII manufacturiiiK Industries nioro rapidly in recent years than time agriculture but ncrkulttiro this year will product1 coininmlltlfs to the value I of fl0iOw OCO and foreign tustoni ors will pay us not tar front i10 irx0 000 for our nfTlcuHural products shipped to theta over son The west with Its billion dollar com crops and Its half billion dollar wheat crops and Its quarter billion duller out drips Las been the countrys bulwark In the storms of IntlnUil llnanco To form an adprjtmte conception of the miiKiiltiKle of tlio crops one must to the figures The total turnI biwhels of the six coival crojw wheat oats barley rye and buckwheat i In tit past tbrtH ears has hcenl 1001 SIOOWOOOO Ilti 1 LiitHoiii UMtt 3S30000000 The fan vului II these cerenlH hits been 1XU jf 1745 i 500000 1102 1S 00X0 11W3 1 7H5rnOc no AdtlUiK the values of the cotton and hilly crops we have those remarkable results 1001 2r2QOo0 000 IOCS 2781000000 1003 2753 1100000Ilea llrwerrltiIt 1hlu Par a Prom time CoiKOirJ MonltorJ I By 1802 the llcrmblican paitj had ie Ituoocl tlio Interest on tit public delft to 230 O000 a year The Dimoomtlc party under Heyclund Incrtiuwxl It In time of peace to 38000000 Time lie publican party In spite of the Spanish wrir has reduced It since to 28000000 u How They Flounder In GnaptsruI IIVIehb 1 President Riosevtlts collusion to the inconsistency ol the Demoorntic p IlIon on the Tiutil qursttan is truubliiiK the v ar brflfs ot thnt J ar ty They find It hard to answer Kroxevelts charge that they prom Iie to leave Republican ljjislntion undisturbed and at the acne time they want the Republicans put out ol power on account of that legislation When they try to answer they flound cr and make a mess of it almost ns bid as the one in denouncing the liittfl as rubbery and promising re lid on the instillmcut plan Accordingto Meredith The hncleuroom ot n month was suing lor lhv ace on the ground ol cruelty What specific charge do you iiiaki dtkcd the Judge The worst to he replied When ever I wanted toikirs her I always found her mouth lull ot pins Permanently Ineligible Mi HitKiM s nos juyl inherited It i fortune saul the woman who knows nil the tiifws I suppose he will now succeed in getting into the smart sit No arsAeted Miss Cayenne Bcfme he was rich they said he had more burns than money Now they wrlsnyhe has me K money than br ins Slight Mistake illelollr1 you know your wifng before you married he- tCeldrlyIrr twenty yearsI thIh but I didnt You t Th- eBig Four Route Having Hcqird 1t1nfe tltihts be fveen Cares and Tel ie ovir Uie track ol the Mucking Vtll y K K will on Stptimhi Ith 191 cum tncnct thr niltitl of Through Train Service BITII- 1iFNCincinnati Toledoand Via Michigan Central R R i 3 3 each way Parlor Cars Sleepers Dining Cars Your petrnnat1 IS solicited Ask fir tic kts via I I BIG FOUR I YVARKHX IYN H G P A OhioIS11 ititliP X5000000CASH LION COFFEERegular Free Premiums How Would DailyTrains Five Lion Mends cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2cent A stamp entitle you in addition to M the free premiums to M0 one vote The acent stamp covers our to you 1 thnt your is recorded W I You can send as many esti mates as desired Grand Prize of will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We also offer 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Linn Coffee j R R lilJST 1e TWAIN SKKVICII ittlIitiir 1111 l Chair Cars o f Uhioujjb Itiiiis dti to Ilt WORLDS Tickets nccouit d tIll Fair with 10 Days on Days DwinKr 15 Limit at greatly educed rates Excursions to St Louis livery Il1Mi111 utl1Inu tiduyt4 1 in jn a1 rues Ir iliuii one tare tor to IIIIIIIlltip Ticets and pritcnla S as to ape t cific iftcs limits and train tine of nn mac ticket sheet S H VAN MiiTHK Agent Denver Dnm Ky r W AltIII W H l1 lonUvlll t4J4tlAl 1t Nea itlrau- e I Lr JSu AHOiTTAU T V llruphl In Addition to the like aCheck like This 1 ContestwePresidential Vote Contest regular acknowledgment estimate First 500000 lticitttng Coach What will be the total popular vote cast 1 for President votes for oil can k dldatcs combined at tho election H November 8 1904 M mates received in Woolsou Splc Com m r prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize J2000OO1 2 100000 100000 2COOOO 4 000000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL J2000OTOO How Your Name Look on One of Everybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFKK long enough to set acquainted with It you will he suited anti WE GIVE BOTH FREE AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of w WOOLSOI SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO 1 t t rs a to a I CPrn r IIL 1 Southern Normal School ILLINOIS CKNTRBL FAIR t l votedJoIJcforoNoemher Prize500001Feach 1OD000s200001O 100000noaoOO180O Would These Checks AndwePREMIUMS LION COFFEE 11UUllBfi1pJa2 UUllo UtH I JI irTtjOnet the Coming YearrOXDIUms of the Icndtnc PnorBssioVAi nnd nnstNKcs MKM of Ijo Ir r IngcnurwKfortewill have tho privllrct of entcrlnjf the 13OUT1tRnN KOUMAI tiruooidai pursultl 7 nV if trnlerS the chnrc11 W glue two months tuition free with every five l11hlu 1 iliiraIIJ rdrrcnaiuslnciV or branches tnlltuOJ xsacue CtUe sure and mention courso wanted when you write Cut rrre eti tmrttyGcncralSCanaFer nJr Ity rC If ttI II SAID I A DAY ENOUGH a tt f Judge Parkers Neighbors Tell Story That He Made This Statement Two Years Ago Political Workers In Ulster Qotmty Say the Democratic Candidate Wont Win ills District Ksopufl dispatch In Now York Globe Sept 9J Thirc Irt a pxxl deal of talk In Caster county to tlMj snort hut Judge Inrktr will nut he ahk tu carry IIIUWII ills trlit despite his great pvrxomil IIgnI larlty nod tin tuittittil prltlc his neigh burs fcrl In laving n pnsllentlal canilldati aubinIg thitn The Itepulillc an lenders jm working tooth mil null tu roll tip a 10101 majority and In tlu last write tliuyJmve IKVII making much use of a story pilaw tin rounds about till Judys rleus on till stilijtit of wjines lu HiilistnniH It Is iiutlilnn arum thin that ho remarked two yearsof 1agi that an uiiKkllle laborer was en tltlid to SI a day null in more Tin amount of pisulp started hy tills revival of an oilliand nuitrllMitloii b tINitlltulle disxMisftlnii In a eorner grit iory store Is Indkatlve of rural senti ment nail time IIllde details with whiih tilt story IK emlMHHiid In Us 1 e unqutigti garb show till liniuttancr + iiitiiclifl to It hy the hiiiolle niaiunir of the fani alKn In thts port of the world Here Is ihu furor In vliMi the story It given I think tluit u dollar a day IH fiinuuli fur any man provided that his work Is stoutly toy innn iin live on hit and that Is all unskilled laliir L worth J am sorry I iiave to pay wore than that nix jvouMnt If we had U retlrjutiIsI Judge Parker In Kmory Fre is stir one Snt + H i J4 jur lay morning iilxnil two yeans 110 and made un Impression on thaw Ihat leiKl It from him dhvetly tithe on those that heard It from others that has not yet tiled out The remark was called forth hy a disillusion In Ireers store Freer Is the Krooervniiin dry good man nod guwrnl nierchniit of the vil lugs and Ids slore whirls Is on the rojrner of tilt limn ffeet Is the gatli crtng piiire for tell men herenhrmts to exchange nttvv gotsxip anal pulittcal views On the doe In Question a crowd of nren was there Tbcre wore Kmory Ireer Sam K Molt who runs the hntrher shop and livery stable Ix w Itorrth the barlxr Carl Wlstner who 19 now a bagira v handler In the Ve t Fhore HtntlixTtii Kingston And several farmers from tilt vicinity who were In ethe village for their Saturday tratlitig topic wjis the nourrlty of lalor h tin township and the hlyh wages that wore litlng jxiM unskilled lalN r get ting it tiling as btgb nt 100 a day While tla late wn + going on Judge Parker happened In and apiHil was made to him trnuwllately lie answer ed without hesitation that a dollar n day Will eiMWgh for any man Tin talk Immedlutely ruse tom high yttch of exettMiiwnt JJverybody In the store t oU a horse In It and nom ngnvd with JtidKi Parker Uven the fnrnrs xrtxj In that lan t of the country urn a- 1y thrftty claw could nut mivpt Kiioh a pftirxMltkm A dollar ami a tjuarter a Any was the bottom prttv for ilny latrc 11w JiKl e Htanl tvine tltiu In tea Htnn listening to tin talk and taking constiUTKhk part In It lint lit ar iimenLs won1 tihle to HHINV hint S p lfrulII hs lirf that a dollar lick ill a ilafh lalwr WIM woKh with tht further stutuuiitit that ln rover i nW more than that If ht ctubl hJp U which wm often the eiwe Mr 11Isnttr who wan one of thu ynwnt ays of the huldint- I roiiiPinhor li as pUilnly IUI If ItI was ycsterdny It WIIH In IYovrb Hton1 ftinury livtr was thin IA W IkHttiu tin iKirlnr and Un cior Mutt Tlhwe Omen I renieinlHr wire there and Ui re den otlujrs farmer It made U lot of talk at the Hunt U1 e cause we Itkt1 11th l admlreil Jud e Peer four and uv wen Kuryrlsinl U hour hUn say such a thing und it tot of people iironwl fipuv have hold It uy again t- 1t a b him Ihwrylnxly U reinemlMTirH I- tt ratty ilu Judge IH a tine marl hat he tj wily oil on that pnipimlttoM A 1u tetod lit Yusp- rom the Grfoiillfja 11dJrrlbnlte t Tube caiupalxn pots have II Knit deal of tmublo In making rhyunw with 1 UoosevelL Omwlounriy howewr n real Kctn appears from the most un iKpoctid w tinV FIXMH an enthtisIjM tic rural diwlplc culls the tout law Am Tlcin Oermiui ItalUn edt NorwijdnnH ivnd the hriiiumi holt All Uw wcftorncrH you btt your pelt Are tomb rod hot fur Huottvvvlt true StHM I H tunes LPreaUlintB AddrmIJItI uiul Stab Piivira It will he a had thing for the nation If over we grow iw a nation to iwibiult to tho Htippriinslon of elllcleivcy nod 1morahlty If we ever grow to itoceot the belle that we are to have two auajw in oiw of which willbe grouped till men who mean well hart who dout do thiURfl sad In tho other the men ho do things hut who do not menu wall A Job Pew Jou d From the Coocord Monrtor Konner Scnntur Junes n Jones of Arkansas has been addled to tOO staff nt Domocrntlc national hoadqpiartera lie will rim the prediction department n pofct for which bin expertenc In 1898 and 1000 hits amply equipped him h pm- r a The first lesson that the young girl has of womanhood Is usually a painful one She IcaniH to know what headache mentis and backache anal sometimes is sadly borne down by new experience of life All the pain and misery which young girls commonly experience at such a time may in almost every be entirely prevented or cured by the use of Doctor Tierces 1avorite Prescription It eilab lishen regularity It tones up the general health and cures headache backache nervousness and other consequences of womanly weakness or disease The anxiottH mother of the family often times carries the whole burden of tespoasi bility so far as the home medication of common ailments of the girls or boys arc concerned The cost of the doctors IIIIt1 is very often much too great At such times the Mother is invited to write to Ir- K V Iierce of Buffalo N V for medical advice which is given fret Correspond ence is held strictly confidential Hacked up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such ns no other remedy for the diseases and wiakiit iies peculiar to women ever attniniil tin proprietors cold makers of Lr Pierce s Iivorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 in legal minify of the United Status for any case of Ienc rrheii penises Weakness Pro lapsus or falling of Womb which they cannot cure All the Worlds Dispensary Vrvilicul AssDciition falo N Y ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure hUlrOltulIolluncriptinii1 ws Mrs II S Jones of lurrit N C 1Pben 1 hcgitn Its ase I twls II tihvsicnl Inybesltha gnat iniprnvetiutit tirfore DM first bottle was u CIIt tilTrrinis vrllli ultnot ttrthat a Tcmnii I Milijcctto hnd Inl1nlllillnllou- of neater painful aiu t su pees eir jKrioiU uul other ivniitimii of fcnmlr illxntw After tak iiu ix Kittle f 1nvirite Irvripttun I felt tili i j rvin Cat rile ItuiMlxick ami take ell kiLiU of cxirdbe uud nut fed tired u The Different Colored Eyes Gray is said to be the color ol gal- art an jriWilnc83 Great thinkett rave gray eyt s In women Ihrv in ilcie n hotter head than heart GrJ yf11i4wcFr art of many vrrMles iheie are the sbiup the shrew Ush he spiteful the cold the pcnetra Inp the medicating and the intel lectual Out the fact remains that he gray eyes represents the heal There is one variety ot eye 01 vhich tl e lover should beware yayf u txpert in eyeoloRy It is thi loft eye with a large pupil that con racts and dilates with a wordr bought or a flish of feePugr1h ye that laughs that sighs almost hat has its twilight its sunshine its uoonbeaais ad its storms A won lerful eye that wins you whether you vlll or not ht 1 Is you after it Via tst yap oft uo matter whether the arc be fair or not Of green eyes it in said that the betoken courage pride SlId energy Men have light eyes oftener thar votuen but in the Intermediate rade oi color between light and dark he percentage ol the two sexes ii rtry neatly though not quite tin nine In this intermediate catcporj ire brown and hazl eyes neilhri ire tight nor genuine black A prominent or full eye indic te onuuand of language ready and uni vetI observation Roundeyed per tons see much They live much it he senses but are isuely deep thirk jrs DeepseHtd eyes receive im ft scions more accurately dtflnltelj mud deeply Has Sold a Pile of Chamber lalns Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years arid it has given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can rut iimixMtd it highly Joreph McKlhi hey Linton Iowa You will find thid remedy a good iriond when troubled with a cold It always af fords Illicit relief timid is pleasant to take For tale by all druggist- sFlattery or Young IucrI tlnwt seem why you blame me lor antinf your daughter It U all your own fault Purseprnnd FatherMy funllj Hows that- Young Ixiver Whyyou shouldnt have brought up your daughter to be as blamed attractive When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach mid Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleas ant effect For sale by all druggists IoratTbrtWOnCongressman William H Jackson of Maryland was engrossed in dis cussing with a number of colleagues the decadence of oratory Sane peo pIe are not emotional declared the Congressman and the conversational delivery of a speech carries as much weight with an intelligent audience as does the effort of a declaimer who indulges in brilliant periods with an arm swinging accompaniment You are right said a listener and your statement reminds me of a yi UIK lady vho had two suitors Both men had about the smie advantages and prospects but gossip de I lared that the girl would decide ni favor of the man who was It luycr for he knew better how to present and win hit case G ssip erred the lawyer wa i rejected Later it was learned front a fiiend in whom the IJ trothed had confided the reason for her choice Harry is convincing but John ill just as convincing and dots not have to remove his arms every time he wants to tHY something Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt it Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a Salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all dkin diseases DeWitta Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask fo- rDeVittsthc genuine Sold by h Wayne Griffin Bro The Worlds Fair It didnt take the tailormade dress lung to smash the theory that figures dont lie- When the chaperons away the garb vill play If a man knows anything at al about women it is a sign that he is a inch e or A women would not be consistent if he were not inconsistent When a man con not help thin ring host eyes and hair while dictating ousae g htter he should get a new tpewilier The Complexion that COUld rtl he drug store is dear at any price From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the moat remarkable case if a cold deepseated on the lungs Causing pneumonia is that of Mrs icrttude E Fenuer Marion Ind vho was entirely cured by the use of Due Minute Cough cure She sye The coughing and straining a weakened me that I ran down it weight from 148 to J2 pounds 1 ried a number of remedies to tu avail until I used One Minute Cough sure Four bottles of this wonder ul remedy cured me entirely of tin otigh strengthened my lungs and estored me to my normal weight icalth andstrength Sold by Z Aayne Griffin Bro in r The Mill Creek Philosopher- It doesnt make so much difference vhat kind of a job a man as hit how well he holds it An advantage in having real tiou ties is that you dont have tU tc sorry about Imaginary ones T e snore honest a man is the less le tmys about it I believe Id rather lose a fat steel han leel as bad IB some men do when hey hav to spend a dollar Deafness Cannot be Cured Jy local applications as they cannot emmett the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf mess uud that is by constitutional tern dies Deafnoo is cured by inflamed otidition of the mucous lining of the Sustachian Tube When this tube unilamed you have a rumbling sound if imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result tad unless time inflammation can be aken our and this tube restored to its r lormal condition hearing will be de IrIIellour nine case out of ten r ire caused by Catarrh which is nothing but au iuftaiued condition of the niu coussurfaceWe given away One Hundred Dollars for anyease of Deafness caused by oatarrh that cannot be cured by Halls CaUrrh Cure Send for circulars free F S Chuey Co Toltdo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation The Wrong Church r Sill York llcruMl I Ignorance on the part of a cabman new to the Tenderloin caused an embarrassing situation one night recent ly A cab drove up to St Leos church in East Twentyeight street and a couple alighted We want to get married said the wanuls there a minister at homeThe couple were ushered into the reception room of the pastoral resi dence and presently the Rev Fatherj Ducey appeared After asking a few questions the priest learned that his visitors who were stage folk had t each been divorced at least once My friends said the pastor yo have got into the wrong place Y w wnt the Little Church Around the Corner in the next block Thats where we told the cabman to drive us said the man as they beat a hasty retreat When he spoke to the cabman the latter said Isnt this a little church aront d the cornerBut isnt the right kind you blockhead raid the thespian The Stomach Is the Man A weak stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Healtl and strength cannot he restored U any sick man or weak woman without first icstoriug health and strength tr the stomach A weak stomachcan not digest enough food to feed th tissues and revive the tiredand rum down limbs and organs of the bod Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure digests vha you eat cleanses and strengthens tin glands and membranes of the stomacl iud cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by 7 Wavne Grifliu it Bro An Experiment Ia didnt you say a cat has rim Vet I may have remarked that that it he popular belief Then our cat must have lost tight If them betore we got her cause let her down In the cibtem just acct tor half an hour and she lioks aw 101 letd now Sour Stomach When the quantity of food taken fc 00 large or the quauily to kim sour stomach is likely to follow d especially so if the diuealion hat teen weakened by constipation Ea lowly and not ton freely of early di tested load Masticate the food horoughly Let five hours elapse between meals and when you feelf ullness and weight in the region of ho btomach after eating take Chrm lerlaind Stomach and Liver Tablett nd the sour stomach may be avoid d For Mile ball druggists Not So Far Gone as That Tell me said young Gayboy uuewhiil shamefacedly did I pro os when I c lld on you the other veninr1Nn andf rod Miss Wellalong fter a severe men la struggle Yot ere considerably intoxicated l hought butbat you didnt pro ose More Riots Disturbances of strikers are nol tltrlat grave an an individual dis rder ol the system Overwork lost if sleep nervous tension will be fol Awed by utter collapse unless are table remedy is immediately employ- d Theres nothing so efficient ti ure disorders of the Liver and Kid Icy as Electric Bitters Its a won edit tonic and ell clho nervine and he greatest all around medidine fit tin down systems It dispels Ner tctisness Kboumalisni and Nutiral ia and expels Malaria germs Only Ilk and cntiflliuuiou guaranteed by- F Wayne Griffin Bro Drug ism n iitsEight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freeSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 109 Pearl Street New York 5oc and 100 all druggists t 4 n nT rn A getable Prc paralion for As J slmilating HieFoodandRegula i ting theStomachs andBowcls of I 1 Promotes DigestionCheerful ness and RestContains neither OpiumMorpltine nor fineral NOT TMAH coTIC Aperfecl Remedy forCo Diarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oF IGGwe NEW YORK wnt t Vi WKAPPERI i EXACT COPY oft JI i r h I A THE CENTAUR HEW YOKK om c The Seller of Age Wliy llmiiuitu It 4nrm uud ut turn It relleven the pangs if u HvliiK death Alienees of IIlrs cilia lie rived by 11 Hiir loiil operation taut you would ruttier Lava Iles inrod without tIll knit 1L1lUlls IOSITIVK 1ILK CTHE will do It glade only by tits + us r 1 I r I at I I Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free t CASTO1A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the p SIgnature of i n- Use For Over Thirty Yea- rsU4WIAi tlfnn l COAHY M1 mIIr m Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest the coinplftvly byT Ky 1 Photography for th- eAMATEUR Hall its Former Cost American JR- CAMERA soPlate catalogue The famous POCOiBurl=Eyea- nd Americanf Genuinely good every detail Film inIPlates as you Absolutely new Jg AMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y J1 ttatat4utDyrrRfe I IXOiIIItoII u ++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ er ++4+ I FEMACURA I 1 Many rtiiiedlcH for K mnl ltIenKi uri on the nmikit hilt tbo oily uue tint It hull proven to ho an ntiMuIntii mid positive curt fur nil form+ of Ieninlo Tronblc t- t KKMACIMIA A hlnuU trial Will uonvlnuo lilt most nkoptlinl ot HH nliiKMt vial truculouHcurntlVf power dude only by tilt liKlTiUIliHIi IllAHMAPAI CO lie lor sails bytj J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyt+I r ttN+ + + 11x11 ++ + +++++ ++ lo +++ t+ Hartford Republican leaned by the Hartford IliblUhlng Company lNCOKIORAJP C E SMITH Editor xEx7C1SO1 7 C- iCu2Tsb r1 anc5 34 Rough RSAr 22 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 REPUBLICAN TICKET lon 11II IIH r- THEODORE ROOSEVELT OK NEW YORK Foil VICE lltisilKNT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS OK INDIANA FOIL tONOItEss DR BEN L BRVNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS FOKCOlNTV JIUMJK Wit urn mitliorlifil to niiniinnie W It Tiivlo UK a filiiilltliitu tar lilt other of County India of Ohio county imlijint to the mtlon ot the Itfjinti llmu party FOn IIEIRKSIJNTATIVK- We are niitliorlziil to itniiomiri lieu rd in n cmiilliliitp for tin utttiH of lUiriMMitiitlvi1 uf ohio fonntv ciilijtct In the iiftluii of tin Itopuli lliiiu party Wrf uutliorlieil to iiiiiinillico I S MASOV IS II cuiulliliiU for tin otHcD nf lliirwntntlvi o Ohio county xnlijtCt to the mtlou uf the Itl pub liinn party Ion COlXTY COlTirr CMUK- Wo are iintliurizvil to MiiiiomiiM 11111111 liovnl noil cnuilliliitf lur the ottliv of foutitv Court rlcrk of Olio CUll III v milijtnt to ttieiictlon of the 1IIIIIhllcilII party We im authorize to tiniioiime Wllliiirn Tlii Icy us n tllliillililte for tile ottlre of County Court citrk of Ohio County nnlijvet to tin nftlon of thO- HIIIIIoIIllIllIrl W tire nutliorlzeil to unnotince Kxvrett I TiivloriiH ciinillilnte for the Mace of County Court Clerk of Ohio county xultjeet to the action of the ltiiiililcnii lilt 1tV ion COWSTV AriOKNKY- AV are authorized to nntiounif II M Wood ward as a iandldiite for the ottle of County At torutiy of Oblii cunntv Kiiiijmt to the action of the Itipiilillcnn party FOR Nil Kit I FT- We are authorized to announce It II Martin iih a candidate lot the oltke of Sheriff of Ohlu ounty Hiilijivt to the iirtlon of the Hpulillcan party FOR JAIIKH We are authorized to nnnounre IUIIS 3IOKTON UN a candldiite for the oltlce of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the lle putilliiin jiarty- We nre authnrlzeil to announce OSCAH MID KIFKnna randldate for the ottlce of Jailer of Ohio county sItbjrct to tilt action of the Itepub llcnn part y FOR SURVEY lit- ISrarra1lthtrlrtdtoannellnee NATHANIKL MOXIKV BHU candidate fortheofflceofSurTeyor ofOhlo county HiibjHt to the action of the lt intillcan party FOR ANNKSSOK We art authorized to announce I llerrjr Ioney 11111 candidate for the outer of AnKesHor of Ohio county culiject to the action of the Hepnldlran party Wo are authorized to announce SoUl W MACIl tin a ixindldHte fur the ottlce of Annesor of Ohio county subject to thu action of the He publican partyFOR SCIEKIXTKXIIEXT- We ore authorized to announce JAMKS M lieWKIST us n candidate for the otllce of Super ntfiidfiit of School of Ohio county llIblet to the action of the llepubllcnn party WHERE IS HE REALLY AT Candidate Parker iu his letter ac cepting the Democratic nomination for President reiterates his former utterances regarding the gold stand ard He says 1 with axilla to refer to fur views ex prei Mil IIH to the irolil ptitnilnrd to declare nyrnhl IIIr 111111111111111111 is sold standard to express IHV appreciation of the action of the convention In reply to my communication upon the subject Voted twice for Bryan and free silver andnow says he unqualifiedly believes in the gold standard If Mr Parker favored free silver in 18K5 and 1900 when he voted to establish it he has with such haste changed his views concerning a great question as to indicate that he is not the kind of material of which Presi dents arc made If on the other hood he then believed m the gold standardas now seems to the wanton deception und hypocracy practiced bjI him in voting to establish policy of government contrary to what he believed to be the correct policy of government is another indication that he is Unlit for the Presidency and an tilisafe man for any position of trust or profit Some may excuse Mr Parker for hie conduct concern ing this important matter bsaying that he was in accordwith Bryan and his followers on all other questions That may be true but every one knows that the money question was the dominant and in fact the only question discussed extensively in the campaign of 18f6 Then there was the sound money Dem ocratic ticket that represented every phase of Democracy as championed by Bryan except the money question Why did he Parker not support the I Palmer and Buukner ticket if he the I favored the gold standard Echo is the only answer and it eaye You shall know a man by the company h keeps Parker was company in 1896 and 190Ewith Bryan and free silver 16 to 1 or bust And as such we knew him then But alas I there came a day when a Presi dential office loomed up before him Now for the best way to get it or come the nearest to it The famou telegram was conceived and sent to the convention after the nomination had been made A speech of accept aace embracing a declaration of the same import with an emphasized ad dition Then comes the letter of ac ceptance containing a reiteration o his former utterances with a doubly emphasized addition The peopl will not be deceived by such launder ing They are going to vote for the maintamance of the gold standard but not by Mr Parker who has twice voted for its destruction They an going to vote for a man that really knows where he is at TilE Philadelphia Press an rode pendent newspaper referring to Candidate Parkers letter accepting the nomination says Judge Parker rgoM telegram gave promise of strong individuality and vigorous leadership From that hour he has been a con stant disappointment He has not made a single striking utterance Hh campaign has been a palpable and steady anticlimax There was just one opportunity left to redeem him self and that was in a virile robust clariontoned letter of acceptance And now be has missed his last chance His letter is a weak nega tive and nerveless production IT is remarkable to what extent some Republicans untboughtediy or otherwise lose sight of their duty to and support of their county paper which has as is generally conceeded made success for the party in the county possible Not only do Repub licans not seeking political prefer ment go to other places to have their printing done hut some candidates seeking indorsement at the hands of the party pass Till REPUBLICAN by for others who have never aided the party in any way IK YOU believe in maintaining the protective Tariff go that the industries of the country can be kept running you should compare the definite posi tion of the Republicans in favor of protection with the free trade intima tion of the Democrats and vote ac cordingly IF YOU believe in the existing standard of value and in the sound money principle you ought to vote the ticket of the party that declares for that principle in plain terms IT IS apparent to every thinking man that Parkers chance of election gradually diminishes as the time goes by It has acquired the funnelshape and is nearing the small end THE result of the recent elections in Oregon Vermont and Maine fur nishes unmistakable evidence that the country satisfied with the Republican progressive rule THE Democratic party seems to be afraid of so many things iu this cam paign that it makes even the platform somewhat shaky DEMOCRATS view with alarm most everything these days They maybe scared to death when they view Roosevelts majority EVEHY voter who lives in an incor porated town must register next Tuesday or he cannot vote at the No vember election NEXT Tuesday is registration day in all towns You must register if you vote- LEADING Democrats in Chicago Lave organized nu AntiParker League RailrOadAgainIi The proposition to build an electric allCalhounIs again being agitated The right of way was nearly procured about a year ago but a few individuals reused to let the road pass over their and at any price and thereby foiled the entire project Eastern capital I Ists will in all probability take stock In the company and if the roadway can be procured there is no reason why It wont be builtI COUNTY CONVENTION Of American Society of Equity Meets at Fords villa Fordsvllle Ky Sept 24 1904 The American Society of Equity had quite an interesting meeting hers today The main speaker Hon H B Sherman ot Indiana WAS absen but the meeting went on just the same Mr Sam Baker of Patesville made quite an interesting talk in the forenoon and in the afternoon an aver age oi the crop of tobacco of this and last year was made and it was decld cropfThe meeting elected Mr Mlllarc Sharp of Alta Ky to attend the Lynchburg Va meeting of tobacco growers and recommended price 01 to per hundred for the present to hacco crop There wire some threi or four hundred meu present and tin meeting was highly enjoye- dDuffMogan On Vednesdav September 21 1904 at 3 oclock p m Mr Kober 0 Dud of Nar wsand Miss Gin va Mugan of Oliluti were united in holy bonds of matrimony at the home 01 the bride Rev G J Bean officiat ing Miss Iauia Johnson of Dundee wn brides maid and Mr W C Mos j ley of Sulphur Springs was the best man Quite a crowd ol relatives and friends attended the matrimonial rites A very elegant supper was served at the home jf the grooms I a ell ts Mhs Ma an Is the only young daughter of Mr and Mrs Cicero Ma an while Mr Duff is a very popular business man They will spend several days visiting friends and relatives and will then return to their home at Narrows where they will males their future home We wish them a long and happy life much joy and few sor rows FORCED TO LEAVE Negroes Being Driven From Pu laski County by Whites Harrodsburg Ky Sept sS Eighty negroes thirty ot them WOo men arrived here last night from Pulakl county having been ordered to leave by the white citizens of the community of South Fork as there suit of the ssi bing of a farmers will by a negro woman It is reported here although not confirmed that the nepras victim is dead as the re suIt of her wounds and that her as sailant as been lynched The negroes have been engaged in working on the railroad near South Fork in Pulaski county and several days ago one of the women went to a farm house and demanded some lunch This was given her and while the farmers wifes back was turned the Degress snatched some clothes which were lying near and escaped The farmers wife followed the woman and caught up with her in a field when the negrts turned upon her and pulling out a knife stabbed her captor The news of the attak spread rap idly throughout the neighborhood and in a short time a posse of 200 white men had been formed Going to the place where the negroes were encamped they ordered them to leave the vicinity threatening them with death if they remained The blacks thoroughly frigtened packed their scanty belongings at once and set out without delay They reached this city last night and as soon as they arrived the citizens ot this place notified them that they odd not stop here The contractors for whom the men were working reached here this morning and are at tempting to persuade them to return to South Fork promising them pro tection ffamily Reunion livmlO A most pleasant family reunion WAS had at the country home of Mr and Mrs Harber B Taylor Sr on Vednesday September 21 1904 when I in the presence of their children and grand children and other riends they celebrated their golden wedding and anniversary of the ill ieth year of their marriage Almost a lifetime of an average citizen has hit couple lived happily together Then we recall that father and mother for this long period have lived a quiet Christian useful life have seenI heir children come and go nut into I uanhood and womanhood and still- y the gentle hand of Providence i Fall Styles Now Read-yAA collection of the newest of the now for autumn wear latch season we try to surpass our former showings tool by unusual oHbrta wo havo now on JJ display a more ril collection for fill than in any former years Every depart 7 ment in our great store is tilled up with uptodate Merchandise which is sure to meet your every requirement it being a complete representation of authoritative fashion for the approaching season 1Freshfrom the Worlds Fashion Centers i Where the brightest brains G unduimhlcstfinglls havebeen Eim at work lams the new style Hats which are now on sale To say it is our lest showing expresses but feebly tile at tempt It means a harvest 6 of ideas from which our cus tomers lan garner to their hearts lnt lItllIc and ipip dren h 1 1 CYOtIaf3tag I alldI I a of the of to us best the + car tIlt Su ing ihev are to remnin and en jly hIt health and the ofr ripe old age We are really and truly fur this blesctd of Divine go ninths This vtnfr ble have ser the stern r Mliti s of life fi6lty yearf luVi seen all their child reu go out Into lift to erect hones foi aid still hive ben per fitted to enj y aid direct it tNever was the Divine Honor Thy Faher and Thy more fitly than on this occa sion All wiwh for them maiy more years ot blissful ness Those pr stnt were Mr and Mrs S T and four Hart furl A C wife and child C M Toy br wife and two Heaver Dam H B Jr wife and child wife and two La R Ie Ta1Ir wife and three children Beaver Dam John W and wife Horace L wife and chill and M richest attend them as they unls the wish of all air are its It is u the soil for and it is to tubercu or is sure to of Hoods For of Chris tend for Book on No i C L Hood Co LoweU Maw tin lint you will MM opportunity of 111 lioit ht only in this line ami any suit von Idiv fro in us is smv to iivi lilt tilt priiv fur it rt111i blot w1 take spirial intoivst in up bllYawl children in and Overcoats j to us Hill send j Shpcs on sale now oiu of tIll and most line of mens and chil I drens hhjhelass r dependable at the most satisfactory FARERSc just unloadedquite quantity lone Brand wagon and get tilt market affords II2of Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons unloaded last week set Wheat before buy a f+ BARNES XBRO Beaver Dam t permitted pleasures thankful dispensatior couple together theuiselvs command Mother obeyed ptesent happi together children Tnylor chiliJrjn Taylor Shelby Taylor children Crowley Emory Schicctcr Hartford Taylor Taylor Taylor Mty heavens benedictions journey present Scrofula acquiredthough Badhygiene foul impure water among causes called tubercles where allowed remain consumption pretty roo- tHoodsSarsaparilla Removes every trace scrofula Get testimonials remarkable Scrofula IIMVI sitMiijr hsw IItlldlt tluniMi1 iilriV prifrrt satisfaction paid Mothcts fitting Suits Irin tiled ttl1w1 them home hapnv Shoes We largest attractive womens Shoes More stock pried Shoe fertiliers Drive your other perior Drill Drill E P SttVfiis Hartford Henry losis take Iran hunt I Try The REPUBLICANi IFor Ail Kinds of Job Printing w4itf41 9 I 4 4 91 9 jt4 l 41 9F j 141 41 9 41 i 11 43 Watch This tFr t r 141 i4 4i t 41 1Space4 VF sNext Week tt 41 tyt43 844 9 94Z9t4 4 43 9 1 f t F 4 4 49 4 Now To Business I f41 The Ohio County Fair is a thing of the past We = 44 all had a good time Now we must get to business = 4i The more serious matters confront us Vinter will 2 44 soon be here You must have winter goods = 4i Where to buy and how to buy are the puzzling ques bsi M 4 tom We solicit your full purchase We offer = 4 many inducements = t 1st Our big stock 42nd Our years of experience in buying = 4fi 8rd Our low prices 44liens specials for this week only = fi w 9- i Staple Department 9 44 Hoosier Cotton MO inches wide worth lie this 4 week Ac Hop Bleach SO inches wide no starch 94 xU I Bleach 110 starch this week TIc ISinch4 4 41 unbleached crash worth lc this week He Mood b 4i check Shirting the 7c quality this 11eek5c All vi Prints new fall styles rc sM- I 1 4 4 9 4ShoeSpecials it t 4 til pairs Mens Shoes Top Holt Never 9 41 Ii1Ia good wearer worth 2 IiOgall price this veek = 4 2 Oil I 2 pairs Heavy Veil Calf Shoes fine for all bsr 43 kinds of weather solid in every respect our low Mt 4i1rictIll pairs ladies Calf Shoes plain awl bI 41 for the money in Uhio county all f = Sizes our prier 150 t4 r Clothing Specials 9 4lens Suits SIOO i0and 1000 extra value 9- 4z Boys wits lung pants 250 to 750 M to JO 9 44 years Childs Suits grace Rants big variety to se 4 3 from 5100 to 500 Suit Mens Odd pants 9 43 from tOO to 500 Youths Long Pants Wool t 4 tilOO to 250 Childrens Knee Pants 1 to 15 tM 41 ye1 2iic to 125 pair Big line Corduroy raid 9 4 Jeans pants all prices + 100 to 250 9 I 41 41 I twill pay you to buy your fall supplies front Mt 4Q Headquarters Courteous treatment and low prices j 4to all I A 44 ll c Jar C11 ii T1er8 j j j i I i Hartford Republican h FRIDAY SEPI EMBER 31 Illinois Contral Railroad Time Tablo or III lliMiiul Sunlit hound Nil lllilli 4llu m No 121 ilnMIM it in Nn III iIiil7i iu No lug due V4Ki in NO 1tiedlop III Nnm due H 311- Big I line of odd Pont at Sam Bachs We want your Ejgs Butter and t+ Chickens CARSON Co City Restaurant surely led the pen pie last week The bist 5 00 Jacket for a lady is found at Fair I C Taylor Matanzis called to see us Saturday E W Smith Celalvo called to see us Saturday t J E Askby Rockport called to see us Saturday i t Oysters Fresh Ftsh and Celery at Jt City Restaurant Ernest Rowe Ecbols was a pleas ant caller Monday Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds I and Farm Implements from D L D Sandefur Bear Bum Ky 1013 to see our ladies fine Shoes 1we have the correct idea at the cor t rect price CARSON Co 1Mr Gat field Bernard has moved from Beaver Dam to Fordtville where I he has taken churge of sictlon g3 Owetibboro division of ihe I C sRoadA w r IAsk to see our School Shoes CARSON Co We have the latest thing in ladles Skirts CARSON Co- Ve I need Apples Chickens Eggs j and Butter nt once CARSON Co See our new Dress Goods I CARSON Co IAll elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs Simon Jones Renderwas a pleas ant caller Wednesday Dr J S Smith McMenry was a plenrnnt caller Tuesday J It Curtis West Hartford was a pleasant caller Wednesday IW M fiaugh Taylor mines called at RWUWICAN office Saturday I New line up todate style in mens and boys clothing just received I ECONOMY STORr WANTED A good reliable i6 hand high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR See the latest style and colors in gents neckwear Just received ECONOMY STORK Leave your Laundry at Cleve Tiers grocery Work guaianteed Prompt delivery 16tf- A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs An elegant line of Ladles Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont fail to see them before pur chasing elsewhere Why dont you get in1 some guesses on our election contest A ticket for every dollar spent with us Ask for them CARSON Co Editor Htbr Matthews is quite ill of gastritis The price in the only thing common about Fairs Millinery Try those sweet and sour pickles at City Restaurant fine Shoe timeBuy them at Faire the best line in Hartford FOUND Coat for threeyearold boy Call at this office Nicest line of cakes and crackers in Hartfordat City Restaurant Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Boneless Ham City Restaurant Miss habelle Crouse was the guest of Mrs J B Foster last week Folks that want stylish Millinery well made always come to Fairs For beauty and fit you should buy your readynude Skirts at Fairs If you are in need of Dressgoods and Ladies Cloaks visit Carson Co Our shoe stock is lull up See our stock before buying CARSON Co Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford New Millinery Goods at Economy Store Ladles trimmed Hats fiom 1 50 up- Dont pass Fairs for Millinery when you do you will miss it Styles and prices right The Economy Store for your Boys I Suits A large new and untplalei line to ltirom Miss Willa Lea Allen White Run 1 visited the family of M S Ragland Saturday and Sunday Remember we have the biggest gen eral line of merchandise in Ohio Co- Come to us for your winter supply CARSON Co BIllie Reid of the Prentis neighbir hood who has ben ill of fever and flux for about a month is improving lowly IMr Aid Mrs Clarence Morrison MUterto the Worlds Fair- VArrED9S I teams to haul rock on Beaver Dam and Hartford road Bring a shovel with each team- I STEPHENGANO and Mrs S P Render return IMr I their home at Norman Oklahoma Monday alter a few weeks visit o relatives and friends here A complete line ol Mens Ladies j Youths and Childrens Hamilton I Brown Shoes every pair guaran eed can be found at Sam Bachs TilE REPUBLICAN is prepared toj aliiIIIMrs Della Galloway Irvingtin I who has been visiting in the county several weeks is spending this week j with her niece Mrs C M BarnettI See our new Danish most popular wash fabric on the mar ketoHalt woolonly 15c a yard ECONOMV DRY GOODS STORE Dont fail to see the New Mllinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 151 Black velvet 200 and 2 50 Beauties MRS SARA CorLINSSMrrn Our new and up to rate stock ol early fall is now arriving daily Stop and see us It will prove both pleasant and profitable ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE 1Mr Nathaniel Moxley announce this week as a candidate for the Rey publican nomination for surveyor Mr Moxley served lor lour years as Surveyor and was regarded as a kind obliging and faithful official In his formej race he wascotnpllmented with a large Democratic vote in his home precinct He is a man wituout personal enemies and will beif nominal edIt strong candidate Elsewhere in THU REPUBLICAN today Mr James M DeWeeseannounceshis Superintent dent of schools of Ohio county Mr DeWeese hails from the eastern part of the county Shreve voting precinct He is the present Incumbent of the office to which he aspires having been elected to same in the fall of 1901 During his three years of Supervision the schools of the county have main gained a healthful and thriving con dition and general good feeling be tween patrous pupils and teachers and a seeming determination on the part of each to improve the schoolwork has prevailed during the entire time Superintendent DeWeese has by hs gentlemanly demeanor kind and accommodating disposition and strict ad herance to the duties of his office ren dered himself quite popular with every one and especially with those engag ed in school work He is a staunch Republican and posesses treating everyone right If nomlnat1 ed he will easily carry the strength of his party and along with the rest will certainly winiNO CERTIFICATE NO VOTE- Court of Appeals Decides that Registration Law isiConstitutional The law passed by the last Legisla ture providing for registration of vot ers in all incorporated towns and providing for the furnishing of certifi cates of regisratlon to each voter was declared constitutional by the full bench of the Court of Appeals Wed nesday It also held that the certifi cates of registration must be signed by all the officeri of registration The court says that there are some defects In the lax but they are min or and can be cured by future legis lative action The opinion is are versal of the judgement rendered by Special Judge W H Mackoy at Cov wasIThis puts to rest all doubt of the re quirements of registration It seems needless that voters should he requir ed to re aster iu all towns especially the small ones but such they must do They must also procure certifi cates of rcgistralian anti JilCSetve them and present them when offering to vote SMALLHOUS Sept 29 Mrs Dora B Brown died AI her home Septemb r 25 of con gumption and wsu buried the day fol lowing At Aunt Nvliles graveyard near Equality She leaves a husband two children a widowed mother three Istels and three brothers to mourn her loss Mr Oven Williams and wife and Mr R P Bal Rockport attended the burial of their sister MS Brown MondayQuite a crowd attended the fair at SaturdayI MrsIMiss Mary Hagerman Central City s the guest of her uncle Allen Bus kil and family She will remain in our midst two weeks Mrs Sarah Greer will leave for Jingo in about two weeks for a visit to her daughter Mrs Lulu Withrow She will remain this winter Several of ouj peoplejwlll start Sat urday evening lor the Worlds Fair via Evansville titi Our complete line of Fall lferchanclise in larger iquantities than ever before is now ready for the 3J JJifLThe ICfrom our large collection inasmuch as the servi ces of only competent buyers are employedwho Jt JJ have given their time and study to the suiting j ca and fashioning of stylish merchandise for stylish lt1i purchasers Our Pride tWe notice with pleasure the increasing popular ity of our Millinery department The popular igf management has been retained and is showing tho 4j S grertest collection of Millinery attractions this t county has ever known One must see this line t c thet are the avowed leaders of effective productions in w Jjj every detail jrCm v r mont on oui1 line of liens and Boys Clothing and JL Overcoats and while yet young in this department p we are receiving a volume of business of which jt- jj much older firms would be proud Our line is 2 just the thing the people need and we invite your J Ett early inspection of this great department 4 tOtHer LinesIIn fact our whole house is replete in everyl r branch with the newest and best things the mark ets have to ofi rTe have given each branch our J special attention and special efforts trying to re j L V member in our buying that we deal directly with ca people whom we wish to serve honestly and lion jjp 2 orably Come to McHenry and bring your family and friends and spend a day and we win show r- r you as a business firm that we are amply able to serve you in each department in a way you will r appreciate A A 1 tS J TICHENOR McHeoiy Kyl ft t4444 I fepprppppppppp I E Quick Sales and Small Profits Ik Is our motto Read the following prices see our goods and the- ex = is easy x HamiltonBrown Shoes EJ good heavy1vorking Shoe for 100 Fine Shoes 100 noel up Ladies Shoes 100 and up Childrens Shoes at very low prices I 15 Black Clay Worsted Suits p sizes 35 l 0jjI250 t 20 Black Cheviot Suits sizes 25 to 1230012 Youths Suit sixes 14 to It1225 12 Boys Suits sizes to 15 75 35 pairs Corduroy Pantssixes 32 to 42 100 andt 00 i Mens Fine Shirts at39c and up IDrB88iY All Calico oc Heavy Factory Cotton 5t Good Bleach Cotton 5c Heavy Bed Ticking J5c Heavy Hickory Shirting 7c Suspenders9clieus t Ladies Hose 5e r Childrens Hose 5c 7 Handkerchiefs for 25c 41 Suit of Uuderlvearfor 101115c I50 Ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts at 300 Former price 500 to 000 each at Mens Latest Hats at100 and up iJw We also handle a fine me of Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Carpets Mattings all anything else kept in a fir tclass dry goods Store and prices as cheap ltd the Jlp cheapest Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that it is 41 to your interest to tdo with usaafSAM i li RESOLVE TO NOT KISS Georgia Girls Denounce Oscu lation as Bad Form From Sanitary Hygienic and Fi nancial StandpointFine- For Violations Recently half a dozen pretty Geor gla girls discussed kissing from var ious standpolntshyglenlcallyfinan dally etcand decided that it is a silly and unsanitary practice Ac cordingly they organized as the Anti Klssing Club and adopted a constitution which provides among other thingsI pledge myself never to kiss any one except father mother brothers sisters husband and children- I pledge myself furthermore never kiss my betrothed until I become his wile If I tall to keep this pledge I will pay a fine of 25 and ask the club to erase my name from the roll On the marriage of any member of this club in good standing each mem ber shall pay 5 to the treasurer who shall present the amount as a bridal gift to the bride The amount paid in by those who fall to keep the pledge shall be held by the treasurer as a fund to be divl vided among those who prefer spin sterhood Allmcbereol the club must at of uembers and tend the marrkgC sill be ar all hymeneal ceremonies ranged by an appointed Any member who commttctI vorce shall pay lo the J have her name suu r roll On the cleat iof any member in good standing each member shall pay to the treasurer 1S to be used in erecting a shaft to the deceased which shall be a marble pillar three by four surmounted by a figure of a woman in Greek costume three feet high with the first finger of the right hand touching closed lips The ota ly inscription shall be Here rests a modest sensible and faithful mem ber of the A K C Fortunately for the Georgia boy the A K Cs failed to insert a clause prohibiting hugging But when a member is being hugged she will murmer the warning Please remember lam an A K C p a Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our littla boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins ot Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him anda terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings few Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Every body ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds told all Lung diseases Guaranteed by1Valle Griflin anti Bro Druggist Price I 50c and 8100 Trial bottles freeI Sentence nsIHliii turn TrimufJ COnYICtlOnjA boliIove usually trien to hidtt Its no blest deeds- A white life preacher louder than a black tic- ThintfH that Ire altaoat right are altogether wroug No man finds himself until hie is willing to be lost A little elbow grease is worth a lot of oily phrase Most moral infection comet from apparently small vice The peroration of a sermon often presents its application The Tightness of a thing does not impend on its wryneea A man Is not firm in faith Because he is fosslli72d in wind Living in the past only puts the headlight on the rear platform A man is never happy until he has ceased to care whether he is or not One does not have to be crusty in nature to give a cnut to the needy You cannot atone for stealing the bakery by giving away a few biscuits An honest laugh may have more religion in it than the most pious logicMaking a time card for others is not the same thing as taking the train yourself The greatness oi our gifts may of ten depend on the smallness of our resourcesOur about others are Of less importance than our thoughtfulness for others When a man introduces himself with flaattery you may count on him as a probable foe The man who is always talking about himself as a poor worm of the dust is not likely to have a great dea of power to lift the world A Power For Good The Pills that ore potent in thei action and pleasant in effect are De teats Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga saya During a bilious attack I tookone Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any othe pill 1 ever took andat the same time the effect was pleasant Little Earl Risers are cer tainlyan ideal pill Sold by Z Wayne Griffin tl Bro One Reason Why They Dont The man had just surrendered bis seat in the crpwded car to a woman The other men looked on in won der Fool said one Crank said another Must be from the country stir a thirdHe mind these remarks But the woman didnt say anything Better Than a Plaster- A piece of flannel dampened will Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is better than II 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 rhea II drugItglsti1- T = Reindeer in Alaska Uncle Sam has found a good way or sustaining life among the Alaskan EskimosAbout 125 a year per hd pays the bills the value received consisting of reindeer imported from I Siberia which furnish the miter with food clothing means of Iran ploVtation and other necessaries of life At the present rate of Increase even If no more are Imported there will be at least 1000000 reindeer In Alaska In less than twentyfive years It will not be at all surprising In the opinion of some If the reindeer industry should grow to be one of considerable commercial Importance tc the United States It has even been estimated that In thirtyfive years Alaska may be in a position to sell annually 500000 to 1000000 reindeer carcasses besides furnishing several thousand tons of hams and tongues Nor may it be a figment of the brain to predict that at no very distant day trains from arctic and subarcticAlaika- will run into Seattle laden with cargoes of this very palatable food Dr Sheldon Jackson the Alaskn Agent of the Bureau of Education discovered as far back as 1890 that the Eskimos Were rtipldly losing the sources of their food supply The whales were going farther and farther north the walruses were disappearing the seals were belngextertninated and even the caribou had departed In the following year Dr Jackson brought over from Siberia the first lot of rein dcr only sixteen and started a little colony of them on Unalaska an is land lying oil thecofist of Alnhka At first the experiment was looked on as n waste of money but time came to the rescue and It was clearly proved that these animal could be successfully imported and taken care of Now the government appropriates 25 ooo annually for increasing the supply- It WHI Irom the Cliuckches herds a hardy breed that the first reindeer were selected for importation and stronger than tho others were brought over The price of the former in Siberia is about 4 for a full grown animal and of the latter about 750 apiece The profits that can be realized from reindeer are very large A fawn during the first four yearn of its life costs the owner less than n dollar a year while at the end of that period It Is worth 5 to iIOO for UP meat and nearly double that amount if trained lot the sled or as a pack animal The reindeer have taken kindly to the native moss which forms their principal article of food and needs no outlay for cultiva tlon There is said to be enough ol this moss In Alaska to furnish food for 10000000 reindeer Some inquiry has been made by aspirants to the various county offices about our charges and terms for an nouncements in THE REPUBLICAN In answer to such inquiry we will say that an announcement for any county office is f5 cash when order for a nouncement is made ANOTHER LIE NAILEDII A Qcnlnttnn Front 1ronlileiitn Boot Shown HIM True KcelliiK Numerous attempts Ire being mod by unscrupulous politicians In mlsqiiot hug and III INrtIIllllm till Ireslloi Hoosovflts Baylies told writings to III jure him In the estimation of the pea pie of this country The claim for example that he ever referred to thc farmers as the basest of mankind Is II pure lie made out of whole cl li Ieo pie In every walk of life will be Kind to read the following ijuotdfcon from the presidents volume Tlw Strennoik I Life in the article on Fellow Ieellnf as a Political Factor published ovei four years ago- Nevertheless the tact remains thai the only true solution of our iKilltlca nod social problems Ihs in culttvatln everywhere the spirit of brotherhood of fellow feeling tend understanding lu twien man and man nod the willing ness to treat a man as a man whlcl are the essential factors In Anurkat democracy as we still see It in till country districts The chief factor III producing sucl sympathy Is simply association on UI plane of equality nod for a ismimtu objwt slay healthy mlndiM 11111111i is lKitnd to think well of his fellow Americans If he only gets to lined then The trout Is that he IhlS not know them It the banker and UK farmer never nuvt or meet only In chi most iHrtunctory business way If tilt banking is not dour by men wlimi tin further knows as his friends tad ass O elates a spirit of mistrust Is alums sure to spring up If the merchant ot the manufacturer tilt lawyer or tht clerk never meets the mechanic or tin liamlliiMitsinaii sav on raiv ixvaslinis when Hut jnotliu may IK of a hostile kiwI each 1111 lvls that tlK oitur i 111411 and naturally antagonistic HlfI if nay our JmllvMyal of nay grinji I worn to JH tlrrown into QLltllllIl assthi mica with another group illOilii kill ties would be found to dls7iiTpvu T pHStbiyhe i of Uio otJier grotip I uLirbntal 1 nwrl1 panlollllt lorIiiuoting my own exiHHencv as an stance In point Outside of11IIIle 1 boys and politicians my first iutlnuilv assoHatos were rnnctiiiTefi lOW puiicji ers and gaunt hunters and I speodlly btvaine conviiKxnl that there were no otlier teen In the country who were their CHjuals Then I was thrown with lrn ers and I made tip my must that if was tlio farmer upon wlwmi tlw rtililhsaw a good deal of railroad mf luxl after quite an Intimate iil with thou 1 p75T to rWl IIIUllltllucI ly in their higher ranks the very qualities of c mrafre self toe llaiwu tIC command liardlliood ca pacity for work power of Initiative and power of olHMliiuv which we like most to associate with tin American name Then I happened to have deal tugs with certain carpenters unions and grow to have a great rtrgkeet for the carpenter for taw tneoluiulc type- Icy this time It dawned upon inc that they wire all pretty oil felkws uid that my championship of wwli set in Biiocssion above all otlitT wts had sprung largely froui the fact that I was very familiar with the set chivm ptllllOI1 and hs familiar with too ro uialmler In other wonls I bail growi late sympathy wttli tutu uwlerstnnd lug of group tiTter gnHip with tlw ef feet that I invariably found that they awl I had common pnrj li tutu a common standpoint Ve dllToivd mixing ourselves lit agreed atooiur our selves not Ixsaiusy too had dllTcrent oocupiitfciuK but Nvause of our ways of looking at life I ACCEPTS THE CHALLENGE I Hi IrfttiT SiMiikn For iVrhnlllliusfli and 1nr ty- VIOni I the tiw York UloNx flop I 11f Iukl fur hllnsrlf aud iwirti1 aWl tlieitj is iiutthvr unctTtalnty llitlC timid ity nor a sbadirw of t iiU ri In a sliiglr sentence of his letter A pjirty tit to govern he says UIUt have e nvle I tloiw tuid IK Itit v ri4 opportunity for any out to deny that ho ha both convictions lUll till courage to mail I tnln them Whether hun utter wltli hut or iuil tlay cannot full tn Kru Pi I Iixnniug und cannot atetrae him of sllutlfugrq equItocahnl It is not In a 4y vutw a dtffunslvo document but rather a dHlant urtht once of the Diiiiixrntlr chulleniju to show wliy a oJianni Is not dcslrablu Kvtary point lu the rkMiiocnitU Indlct meijt is rut utul molly t iluts not litn Uoned publicly in Uml 1llIlktllwntltrH- ltlltld find annwurtil The Panama ca nal ix lley the 001111 Htriko settWnwnt the Nortli ni gccnrttis suit till LtCll stun on1 r art all treut il In the same trunk and fwirless fashion though the UIIII rats have either nut iuitured to mention them at all or have ex pressed their dlsajrpruval in veiled and guarded terms lIlJs adviKates of Judge Parker wlw have bwn b MHxhlng him to uttor a clarion note will tlnd that much dwlrt1 thlt i In the presidents tatter for it sounds through very part of it A Prohibition Inol i mt- JJy Rev Dr J K S uiiiuii of New York A veryGuenter ainl atonally clean lawyer in central Now York was running for tho state senate The Irohl liltlonlK s put him on their ticket lie was elected mainly by Republican votes Two years utter be was up for attorney general and woukl have been elected but for Prohibition state lead ers playing into Democratic bands Is that working as you pray That beaten candidate is now a highly re spected judge of a United States court Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it DrKings- New Discovery For Priceg A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back It It falls Trial Bottles tree i Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah and the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meat a u crtoELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON M3ifl1M ROUTE Via MEMPHLSI4r i ARK And Tolttte In Tom i EfCO eled catI mr 8tflVICIEtDIVHih Ourt ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAIN 4 I for Frill IMcraifion Idiidlilng Mitlit Etc AifciM R T G MATTH EWS Tni tits leI Room 202 Equilibli Bide lOUISflUE IT c TOW N a tNt c r4 T AlT ST LOUIS Subscribe lor The Hartford Republican and the Louisville IIelllllbnth1il1e1S one year for 8125 I i BEST FOR THE i BOWELS K you barcnt o regular hriltlir morf m nt of the towHii erery day Jour lllorwlll be Knl your bowel oren and tin well force In the ntii ot Tlolent physic or pill polion U iltoKtmui The smoothest realest most perfect way of krlInc the bowels clear and clean l to take ICANDY I EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Pa Htabe Pf It TOIl i lofj Do Oiioil eeerslekrnWaaknnortt I if and I0cint pfrboi Writ fur fro EHUijilt aua lock lit on health AJilrrm 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chlcioo or New nark KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I r I WeaK HeartsAre due to Indigestion Nlnetyntoa of ever- ono hundred people who have heart troubU IndlgC30Iheart dlieaaa not organic are not only tracoabb to but are the direct result of Indl gestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and Ewells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart anti In the course of time thai delicate but vital organ b cMn s diseased I Mr D Kallble c Nrrid Ouys I had stoniar1 trouble sad wu In a bad itat 11 I bid lIen trouble feariI Kodoi Dtxecto What YOB Cat and rerUvos the stomach of all nervous prU3urI tu trtaf or j ProfxMd by ft O O WTT A OCX OMIOAOtk ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IINCfllirOIIATKII Talk being cheap and necessary you should patron e home folks where you can buy your own phones ind build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For partcu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Hard HlttlnanndShoot True That U Ibfi untrenuil vtnllctof porlniuni In nil ntmnipf the eloKw In rmumcniilnr nor firvanua Kuirr il with a- aTJENamnmIfyenalutlbwrquu 1lltyair- annol blltlnr tbr mad t tJ 1Wt raanufc1urt K rrmplrlf llni ofB RIFLES from t3 to X150 JPISTOLS from 150 to jo SHOTGUNS from gy5o to y3S Send fnrflstrtedratlordribinyrnhrrnutpulhhte un hooU iTr amminhton rle rfor our products Iland Insist on getting them N- It I1lrofenlnwdlmatyouIhnik1 i1 htlrlftrIt twdtIIIlntoltorrlahIIrtIt n J STEVENS ARMS A TOOL CO v J1 O 1101 ron OhlcoptM Ialln Musa IS 1- f IuuBO EARS EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS I DESIGNS COr YflIGNTa4C AtiTmoKMiilH n nkelih iutililp cri li n may quickly Mrtrtnln our f1 n n uo w rlM an Ifrnitnat U pnht r p1 l nrnnm- rtin rtrletlyrunedrt lid HANOBDOI Inl I i rchnglurnh4tatentaipiil rwikf without chore 11111111 Scientific fimrm A hnm1 om 1r llhntratn1 H T I arrest sirllalall ill f nnr rliiitlB tnuriat Trnn your fiir tu ntlm llu1lynilIIlrlrMUNN Co3G18resdsy New York i Jlranch omen It 1 tlt Wtvbiuntiiit U C One FareIi Plus 25 Cents 1 Tot La a 3 ette hid I And Return via the iBig Four Route j Account Reunion Wildcrs Brigade Dates of sale September J laud i 22 1904 Return limit Sept 21 i 1914For full Information and prlicuj Inn ns to rats Ilmis etc call on Agents fig Four Route or mldrcns th urllrrilntr wttiCC 1 011111 r A T t- hlIh dlIIIII s 1 ISA ri i urrnl wiIu11 t111 k- I RIIANS Trfbnlis Doctors find A wont prescription I I For mankind Tin Tiif prrkt1rhnia11 r i i till M- ItniiK I IIxGnnlly IllltllH 1111 rrtt II IiiIi ir n fiir tn Irllitl II thin a Celr POLl m F Above It fto an fii IfCCltlV tlti 4i of IroMrfertl Vrlttt fhe to fill g KRElSVHAJWECFfEi our rr ti0 I t Tlilf i IiMtl itlr ht t 1i l Tn onn w411tttnrelrr-art Itltateultgtwt 1 1 ti1 S nflMt 501U ToTlilvrt tartTuKiiivrth lit irit 1nlC To Klltli t Mil oMizt1 e i unft 8111 Tn nlli rntNl Ylti ToHTilhUiNiiir U Ulo To titutlt Mt 611 ToT Dth Nriirefct us To NMttVIHJ A eittrt- euo1anhl DOTo Nest 4115 erurrtF- SEaohl It In nit 1fl Awnrilf Oniuuiitlnict ttOOletthrcrtherrtlherahoulhrrnrtrt r I 1MML fdlnintn heesuhitotnlvatethere an i11aM I The award fir xitbittvocn lid 1 wad N r a withdruwn nr4 uiKltii to Ih 2EooooIlut the c tlniato In submitted prlur to Oit I u ppiclal award of 1111 IM of miXltiK n of tssar THE VOTE ar rnfiftouK PRESIDENTIAL ELCCHGNS To better lA the rrodirii N Th Comm rcla Trluufm aril Tli Wkiy UnztttH have the hour a of I iviotis yearn beforr til follow- Ing figures aro Kvtn to how total vote In Ohio for rrt l tdcnt the Inlttil Stntm for the 1KSS to the Frealdtntlal IfCtlon 18SlIHI9U isajMiea is 110M107 lWO1049ii viol1 DeWitts USSR SalveIFor Piles Burns 11 HAIINTT E SIITII BARNETT SMITH AT LAW 1IAUIFOKI KY Will practiiitlitlrprnftHiilnii In nil the eurts Ohio unit iiiliiliiliirriitiiififMiiiHiriiiirriif lblhlSpfclilliitttlitlonKlVfiitn nil liilMlichXrntnHrclt tlltlr cull I iillii i lull Him tin rim tlrr ill rtlnrliitilainl 1IIIIHtiiiii Inn sptiliiltliN mmfit Ilerulltaa Inaldhig r FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IltHTFOItll UV Will prm Ilif hit prutionluM III iililu tad ml ItiliitiiKiiniity Mini In tin Ciuirt uf MIIHH 1rhnnnl print lif nod Iulli tliiii n 1lull t in rln Iliriilil liilMliikr r CHASM CROW- E1tAlTYEl2 llhllOHlI KY M IIM ii iit prol ntii In at Ih 11 llili 111 iilllHK rnlllitUw Pima1110 t 1 tin o pt dnttrhtluiirhb Itrllunnl f 1111 llrrlltilKif Hltliv n rili 1Lu IIJIIt r Iii Hn 1fIIII01 f V JNO B WILSON AlTOKNKY AT LAW HAKTFOKD KY 5it iiistthnn ffhvu In ii llrtt lk- lllnlrni v N t anutnrt IuMIr lnrllhn 1 r OUiir nurtlilIsuhl1lrnn R R WEDDING Attorne at T1aw IIAltrloltl Kl ILL pnu s ntr rI 1nl t4 11 11 lrhiuh I ldln f I rII 1 un1t ti r1 lill i1 li 111 lilt i i iu l tiii 11111111 I1II 5i tli ilEA VRIN t WOODWARD c 0 1 t tIG w G W 11hrraiIi1tlr prntlu11 0 11IIIrfa-A lllr1fiuhi K II VI rtul I nun t tplwHI iillatItruh r rcn irlintiml prsui 111 tilt 11 rxt iltmr in itsJdt411IUI1 W H 8 A R N E s- Attorney at LawStierINI V trIIBLTI- llalloab Al Will priii It r hlIrIIluPi In till II r I nr Ilihi nod iiljiiiiiliiK i ininliii nn li tin it I- 1iiwtd siriit Hllfhimn mil lie witin 101lln + flilriliil I tl tiHinrr 11111 I pIltyuturlnruitrth U- aYANCY L MOSLEY t TTORNEY AT It11r Hartford Kentucky Alll IraIlrh I C1 IIlnl rhi IiiIlilu imi iiiiiiiiii i 1 nnl in NIIItspiwl ti Ntir ILIn Ill I t r lnf Vt IHI lixnl =nt WC Early RiseN Tho famous Ilttlo pillsr a wtbVT7iliSa Ge- A ruDY IN G0rs113RNl1Eirer AND leG 1Iz 0r Ot l Ii r nThe aunt hnxbaci 1JlldH tivirniGitiMQii cnuiHcnnifiL rniuunf if- H +inlrlbuttit aivirrfi lht utirrlbt at rtn CthddffrCl4L TfitHlJC or fitU CiftGINHOYI CAtrrt fk tsilrnn ainl wafu ot 111 tho IntoIjJ Ohio tar af tliu 61u1rn at uufTr haldplov 3 f9U 71J Ntnri adlIun1-muntr VSUOiiUr errtittvardfrtlwnrnrttrtttnwte If cxnot ertd total rnni t of yearn from hint ATTORNEYS Inthr a I Jrr them niliif COP D T Or Gt zrs N H tit in the evtirnttt Yf tit j o tleI n Cr I i r the 1u t atlicjc aMUO or for the w tat t f ftjii lit iun uni thru if w i Te u i 4 in v of lh 1 ud tS ArI rr hIIIlly I at u MI atuWtn 411 Ir iete 11 atmt t5tj 1st mts bc a l a I u t rho I4uy and j j1a1 l irli Tritium f r at o wka nut m i e tm n o1ilr ii ILin u ti jo uwtrrit IT oner Itr w r r l + i u 1f trY rtZtw 1ePi n u 1 10 ill i yo4 I1 ail I ah- t + w e mi- no tipIt v vjil fU W utiC v1IfllltIIIld fiitir a lotTrihunnml fr TWO fvLM or ugr toIr with 11 tiuat IIto n r1F- HIY a fiiitH tmtitlra y u I TUB WKKKIA iAiSTTU rr fix II riiuhx 14 ID tlr vrrifarJoaJYtunit dlmt thmntlmnt tl TfrKd iu lour iiaui th- eiqI Mnt M t pr tut t n f rut t Al f inml rii iiMtter lw mtnthr Mutt thnxt Minpetlij for II ipjial nuul rr th tuit etutuito tu at n r to I tlto J l wuuh nturt In nomvd N fri t rcbek ro of thit Sy Inuit tw ncilvei at tll Ioo or The Inmaul V inline j3 mi Lwl vainu f FIr l tinlllnntt i i Iiii t oVIuvV p in of Novem j parnletnJottl ant ttun4 to h Ir wilttlir uiitnltiiJ with tfi frt t n mutt J Krilltitr v wliether tn r orAir 1nbieomaltultha T Atlrr an eftlmnto hna liiin Mitlvwi sad rvKlalvruL no cliniiKiw thirtln will I M i rniUiiil- AcktiowldrtnenlH of nil rinilunncvn riolvtJ fi r mnhw will lio mud on iTntnptly u Illth UI tA i i 1thtCommrclal Tribune h11 he tattn toI hn un t rJubnrrlbni rntlmntlnR and not of The romm Tolnl Trlliunc t Three condltlonB ronntltuti the entire contrAct and ore nubl ct to nn modification whatsoever and every subscriber competing In this contet a mnti tlv reby to these ova dltton The Offlclnl Certmcate of the Styof the stet of Ohio shell be conclusive aa to the total number of voles coat After the receipt of the Official Certificate an Impartial commltto Mectm by The Commercial Tribune will determine the winner and Ito award will h i publlnhvd In The Commercial Tribune for three days after which time In the atxitiiCM of objection the awards will he dtntrlbuted and thin distribution shall be float and absolute and blndlnr onall partldpanti In the 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southwestern point every Tuesday in September and the 1St and 3rd Tuesday In Octobsr and November tj Geo H Lee H I McGuire Imo I tr 1fw t llt In lIt 1 11 1 IIt ltuinttI iiu nii ioa Health For a QuarterPe- ople who have torpid liver find life a fmisery All they need is a mild remedy like RADIUSAND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its proper work and the Pellets invig orate the system In short they both assist k e Nature as a medicine should do t 0 Complete Treatmentv e 1I1Only 25 centsroelIQ ltlltlz COJt LouI ifl G r Patiola 1 The Modern tonica dose before each men1 will make you feel t f strong and well PAN o LA han no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys t La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIRTCIIPIRLD PHAR j i I MACAL Co Inc jjP + 1 1 1 1111 11 X4111 1- I T I WHY W mo QnpNifoiiN rhnt AtiMivci Them Helve I Written by Walter J liiillurd ILiIlllOIIIOchcrtlun Why du the DomoorutH hope to n timipllHli any goal for this fUlltJ wlillc llnJr coiisitiSHincii and senators arc not roniinttcd to fling to tin lId til plank vliloh their rusliliiitliil run ll litc tlnvw out as a life pre + Prver IIH sunn as Lo illscovvnMl Uc imsiii shipcthat our XIIOJt liuslness Is not I JII 111 IIi 11 j lust Iliouuh loin at tlur wanic1 time uhJiMt to our building a navy atltllciu- to prottrtt tb v furulsn trado wo II ivaily liavtV Why do till Minxrats nwlj as tlxlr ilatforin slates to HO rotliKv our brave army that It would IMr hurl to silt denly turn irtit a trained corjxMiirs guard in tlnio of needy Why do thu Democrat llnd fault with the Kepulillean policy of cane to the fullest possible extent for till men and tinge dependent on them who fought for the honor of their com trys luiuV Why do the Democrats always ll anionx themselves when tiny grove Issue Is before the country as now Why do till Democrats Imagine they could handle the national finances bet ter than do till Republicans when till lcd er of the country shows that their last four years try at that big Job re sullen In lidding SLiMXlOOUO to our bonde l debt simply to pay ordinary running expenses Why do the Democrats full to s that the want of business C1IItIIIelI which would follow the election of their untried candidate would result In a worse piiralyzutlon of American Industries than that which followed tilt election of their tried candidate In ISlliV Why do the Democrats In their plat form set themselves up us economiz ers of the natlonil finances when 1 their last tour years of control the had In a time of IKIICO to go In debt fiRVtOolKH to square their cash Ill count Why do the Democrats prate in thtl platform about the lotfcrsonlan sim plicity of living when It Is a well known fact that Mr JelTerson wits ill I aristocrat and llveU as well load as expensively as did any prominent nun of Ills tiny Why ilo the Democrats Insist In their latest platform for liberty of personal contract wlwn the silver plank still in forte of their two pre ceding presidential platforms sought In clVect to destroy the liberty of jMrsonal contract by making It Ilk gal fur a personal contract to he made livable in old Why do the iKjiiioernts In their hit tat platform demiuul tho snored ful fillment of public and private obliga tions when by reason of the absence of II gold money plunk In that plat form their representatives In congress bound by the free sliver plnnk of the two p tivdlng platforms could Justly from a party standpoint sock the en actment of a law covering that plank anti that law if would destroy the sacml fulfillment business by enabling a debtor to pay In dollars worth BO rants or less n contract for which he had received full value In 100 cent gold dollars Why lit the Democrats falsely de nounce the Republican party as Ply Ill Into the hands of the so culled trusts and they put forward a presi dential candidate backed by Wall street load a vice presidential candidate who huts become enormously wealthy through the protits of so called trusts 7 Why do the Democrats say In their platform so called that protection Is a robbery and III the snme para graph carefully refrain front proposing Its abolition or even any drastic changes In the tariff Why do the Democrats shout aloud that Roosevelt was lmi erlallstlo In acquiring what the people wanted the rights and property of the Panama en olf11ee of the fact that the Demo cratic sonntors who tried to block the way were by ninny southern tunas meetings called oft from further op- posItion Why do the Democrats expect the Intelligent voters to cast their ballots for a party whose platform Is a series of negations Iud contradictions from the first word to the last Why do thus Democrats Indulge In such n pipe dream as the thought that the people of the United States want to put that party out of power whoso policy enabled the country to export STiSOOOOOO worth of goods more In 1004 fiscal year thou In even the very best Democratic year Why do the Democrats fondly Indulge In tho Illusory fancy that with a candidate of no political record and of no positive opinions they can come within n million votes of defeating that American American Theodore Rouse velt Ilndlcnl DttMifTcctlon IFrom the New York Times The returns from Arkansas show n falling off of the Democratic vote In that state which Is hardly to be nc counted for wholly by local disaffec lon It Is probable that the so culled nullcate who were disappointed at the national convention and wfoom Mr Ilryun claimed to represent have ex pressed their disappointment and re sentment by staying at home That would be likely to lend In November to their voting the Populist ticket K fve of lib Funeral From the New York Sun Undoubtedly Mr Bryan enjoys the Bttuutran thoroughly It is none of his funeral He can continue to damn tho Democratic ticket and platform with IIKMN BJUIIAV all vintju jsnf Swats GIn bull OR HSOlljddlill OJdSJOlI JHUUI off MOdoop salt of HUISCIJI joju ititmtfl saload pun ptapnnl aul plau vl tntl 9UI111H MJlCfnUJj niOJ JIUXJII 111111lat0 KJ JIIAV l OIJJ1 shill JOJJtl Ji Slt IIOpUKSJ HnfIcpuiyipoods AJOAI jiitji Hiioi jo tKipMtj nlltlH1I oui Ill a rjj iKiiMd lujtij Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored h 1I those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions ar always tit work night and lay curing ionILiver and Uowell troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only Sfie at 7 Wayne Grilliu Bros drug store Order Ohio Bounty Boilrt Regular term Monday eptember 1St11 194 runnlnJttat large- It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the Fiscal court o Ohio county by a majority ol its members has heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running o I stock at large in Ohio county shall be confined to voting precincts in said eppearlnetg 4bat G W Gordon and twentyone other legal voters of Cromwell voting precinct have filed their petition pray ing an election to be held in said vot ing precinct at the regular election November 8 194 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in hogsI1shall to run at large n said precinct Hand further appear ing that Rowan Holbrook aud nine teen other legal voters of Wtst Hart- r ford voting precinct and W M Kirt ley and thirty eight other legal of Point Pleasant voting precinct have filed their petitions praying that a election b held in their respective voting precincts at the regular elec lion November S I9 4 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said precincts as to whether or not hogs sheep gcats and geese shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts or either of them and it appearing that said pe titloners have deposited a sum suffi cient to defray the expense of the election in each precinct it is there fore ordered and adjudged that said questions be submitted to the voters of said precincts at said time and the officers of election in Cromwell voting precinct are directed to open a poll at its voting place in said precinct for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of slime as to whether or not hogs shall be permitted to run at large therein and the election officers of West Hartlord and Point Pleasant voting precincts are directed to open a poll at each and all of the voting places in said precincts to take the sense of the voters thereof as to whether or not hogs sheep gents and geese shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts or either of themNotice of the submission of these questions shall be published at least 20 days before said election in at least four issues of a paper having the larg est circuatlon in the countyaud the county clerk is directed to have printIed on the ballots for each ol ducts the question fcr or against the running at large of such stock as submitted in each of said precincts A copy attest M RAGIAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order I 1 Cal P Keown sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened in each of the voting precincts therein named on November S igM for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters of said precincts on the propositions therein stated CAL P KEOWN O C Hartford Ky ept 7 1904 It Saved his Leg P A Dauforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six mouths with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Buckleus Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cts Sold by Z Wayne Griffin 1L Bro druggists 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 Francisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sv II 1 i AtLst i erelgn Grand Lodge I 0 0 F ep i tember next Liberal stop overs In scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to ep tember 10 limited October 23 1904 Two last trains I carseand Dining cars pecial train per onally conducted to an Francisco I Knights Templar Conclave tops en route to sight see Colorado etc l For itinerary of trip descriptive liter attire ma folders etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Itrdeemu a to a of praise for Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says J Wiley Park the well known merchant- f and postmaster at Wiley Ky I have been selling it for three or four years and it gives complete satisfnc lion Severalof my customers tell me they would not do without it for anything 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 all druggists CATOElXABear thethe Kind You Haw Always Bought Signature 1ItfGt Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblos Round trip tickets on sale daily Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado 1pri ngs and Pueblo Col at rate of 35 4 Limited to Oct 31st for re turn B VAN METER Agt 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 Illon Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Gen ttal Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company at the close of business on Tuesday Septem ber 27 1904 who is of full age a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the four days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting andor the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days Immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is tosay between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secreta ry Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company In Chica go Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given in his or he Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person wlll be car ried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH A HACESTABI Secy r In Praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy 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 kind of medicino without getting any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to take this remedy After liking one dose I felt greatly relieved and 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 of mankind For sale ball druggists = J ICiL1ANflair 1 IPerhapsj I Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Jo rlrllltoI1I with my business I have the Cumber andjIncreased and my wifes voice Uj nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C P NOWhINIManr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance h WlIlnmCCJ lW Ohio County Circuit Court TP lilrkbuml lullJu ltcul lllHKoAttorncy T H lllnck Jailer Ed O lliirniHH Clerk Frank I Ftllx Muster Cow misalonervzMoselerTrustceduryFundCap Keown Clarence grown Jo II Robert Saw Kfown JSirConrtioiivpneHHrMt tiny In March and august milt continues three week 1I1I1I third Monday In May and November two week- lConotCourtJ 1 Miller Judge MS Rug and Clerk W II Itnrnetf Attorney Hartford ATCourt convenes Hrat Monday In each month Quarterly Court Ueglnt on the third Monday ID April Iuly OctoVrnml January Court of ClalniH Convenes first Mcindny In Jar nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers J H Wood Surveyor Cerulvu Prank Lowe Assessor Heda lames UoWeene School Superintendent Hartford lien L IJarU Coroner Sulphur SprliiKH- TVLOtiCOS COVLXtS- II F Hudson Beaver Dam February lU May 18 August 31 November 10 Ueow Martin llalietown February 12 M n y 14 August 20 November 1 InoM Grahaiii Narrout February 88 May J August 89 November Dir A KVIIUM Fordsvllle Juiiuiiry Ifi May 7 August 87 November J A Hicks Ituford February 7 Mny 8 Aug ust 12 November 7 W A tone Centertown February U May 11 August 84 November nr Wilcox Itockport 1Vbrniiry 20 May 8 August 80 November 14 XZartfsxa 9cllco Court Jno IL WiUon Judge C K South City At torney H V Itarnott Marshal Court con vanes second Mondny eachmonth reiigioua Gerviceu M E Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 a 111 and 7 p in and second Sunday at7pm Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Her WTMlller 1astorl- lnptlRt Church Services held Saturday ugh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday ulght wed fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting uvery Thursday evening flay J II Ilurnett pastor C 1 Church Services flint Sunday In each month nt 11 a w and 7 p m Itev J n liar ned pastor School Trustees lIiturtfor1J I Miller J Glenn S T Steven U M Hocker JII IJ Cur lion Jon C IIIle- yTownrru8tee8lIowulI Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlusley A C Taylor Secret Eoelotloa A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 070 Jot A Motions drat Monday night In each mouth Hough lllvcr hodgeNo UUKnlghtsof Iythlu meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 U A It hold rtg ular meetings Saturday before Urn t Sunday tn each month For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing tho nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing tho natural secretions This action is obtained as a result of modern discoveries in medicine malting it possible to relievo pain without bad aftereffectsYou depend upon Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills to rollevo and euro such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act- Ion on the nerves almost instantly ro lieve such distressing feelings as Dizziness CarSickness Indigestion Irritability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perso vering in their use you do away with the onusc Dr Miles AntlPaJn Pills are guar anteed that first paclingo will benefit or your money back Never sold in bulk DrMileshavehadache caused by caUirrh until six years Plltsthemo relief Since then I huvo not had ono hunt attack becuuso I tako n Pill dtlnculryGEOSAUNDIItS FREE Trlnllaekago RemellytorSpecialist will diagnose your case tell tit1rLABOKATOK1E3 BUOIART 1ND Hartford Republican n FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 Order Ohio Goilntij Boilrt tXcgnlar term Monday Sept 5 1904 Uloction to regufilte stock running nt largt 3i appearing to the satisfaction ol The Court that the FI cal Court ol Ohio county by a maj city of the members composing the same has liritolore decided that elections tl asjjulate the running of stock at arpi te Ohio county sh4 I be confined t vtrtiiiB precincts in ssiri count and It Inrther appeirirg that Cal P Keown and forty s x othrlegal vottt i Fat Hartford voting precinct W Jr Clark and twentyone other lefa vntiiH of the Sulphur Springs voting precinct J I Ralph and ijtenty two other legal voters of Ralph misting precinct James Ashley and kirtythrec other legel voters of 3teda voting precirct Ben Newton rrd fortylour other iegal voters of Buford precinct J M Muffett and iNTcntyfive other iegal voters of Ma wan precinct J H Loyd and twenty oiler legal voters of Aetnavi le pre diet E F Smith and twentyfivE toiler legal voters of Eartletts pre CactW H Carter and thirty thre rather legal voters o Narrows voting jveclnct E E Quisenbmy and Trrintyfour other legal voters of fval Fordsville voting precinct P K Newton and sixty other legal vot tTS ol East Fordsvie voting pretinct W P Taylor aid twentytwo other legal voters of Herbert precinct and- Y R Chapman and nineteen other Legal voters of East Beaver Dam pre clnct have filed their several petitions praying an election to be held In their respective voing periucts at the regular election November 8 194 for the purpose of tkirg the sense of the legal votets in each of said precincts w to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run Bt large So said precincts r r aty of them and it appearing that said petitioners have deposited with the Ohio County Court the sum of 500 to defray the rapenae of the election in each pre cisct it is therefore ordered and ad judged that said question be submit 2il to the voters of sid precincts at laid time and the veers ofelection ic each of the precincts herein tamed ate hereby directed to open a pell at each and all of the voting places in sail precincts in Ohio County Ky lot the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters upon the question whether or not they shall permit cat lie generally to ruts at urge in respect ive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this estohall b ribished at least twenty days before the said election in at least four issues of a paper pub iJAblug in said county having the attest 1 rna fide cimiletion in Ohio Cvoaty And the County Clerk is ordered and directel to have printed D3 the ballots for each of said pre rissts the question Far or against thernnning at large of cattlein precinct Ohio County Kentucky xfHing the precinct upon each poll Look A copy attest M S RAGLAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the above order I Cal T Keown Sheriff of Ohio County wiJ cause a poll to be opened in each aJhe voting precincts therein nam ota on November 8 1904 for the pur posot taking the sense of the legal vtters ofsaid precincts as to wheth rr r not cattle generally shall be per milted to run at large in said precincts CAL P KnowN S O C Hartford Ky Sept 7 1904 uJwr OVER FROM LAST WEEK MATANZAS Sept HA good rain fell here last Sunday which wil be a great help to lute pastures Alvla Tichenor who has been very ficlc we are glad to note is seme bitter W A Rone and wife Centertown attended church here last Sunday W P Render took bis sonCIaudis ID Louisville last week to have an operation performed We learned liii Claudls stood the operation well AnA Is getting along EF well as could be expected when Mr Render return ti Sunday Clauds will remain in tit hospital for a few weeks W A Maddox and wife Nuckols tpat Saturday and Sunday with rel ahes here i A Bratcher went to Livermore yttfetday on business Several from this place arc expect rag to attend the Hartford fair this ctkJ Tichenor is hnvinir a nice residence built J C Bennett is super intending the work Rev B K lenirhls filled his regu lar appointment at the Baptist church here last Sunday He was ncconi paritd by his wile and son Mrs Ciuilotre Tichenor is very ick of nirliral lever this week Mrs Chester Llndleywho spent last war k visiting her parents Lewis Geiger and wife returned home last Monday WASTED Iiltitrom man or wom tea peimanent representative of bin unmifacturln company to look alter ts business in this county and ad jominpiterritory Business luc efstui ndestablished Salary 2ooo weekly tad espeusjs Salary paid wetkly troth home office Expense uoneti idvanced Experience not essvn ail Unclose self nddressed envelope General Manager Como Rbck Chicago Jepson in the West Indies Edgar Jejs n the author ol The Admirable Tinker like many other Briti hers had some years of zander ing before he finally settled upon his life wcrk He did not get as far AS America but spent a very exciting three years in the West Indies as the tutor to a rich young Englishman CASIJIOnXABur theThe Kind You Havj Always Bought 8gnattreoI Coach Excursion to Worlds Fair Commencing Sept iSth coach ex cursion tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day and Thursday of each week limit ed to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec 2nd These tickets not good in sleeping cars S B VAN METER Agt LEFT OVER PROM LAST WEKK BUFORD Sept 21 Mr Will Stranbe and wife of Heflin visited Judge Ben Newton and wife the nth of this monthMiss Shelton of Greenbrlar is vis iting Mr George Kirk and family Dr J E Bell of the U S Navy is visiting relatives here at this time Miss Sallie Warden of Centertown Is visiting her sister Miss Cintha Warden of this place Mr Vernon Underwood of Utica visited his aunt Mr Walter Blair Siturday night Mr William Nlckolson and wife went to Onensboro Friday reo turring Saturday They talk of moving there soon Mr R R Cundiff and wife visited their daughter Mrs James Garnett Iof Owensboro Saturday IMr Owen Morgan and Dr J EI attending Ohio County Fair this week CASTOBJa 114ug11IIor Orani Out of imrnExcursion i Saturday October 2nd IBigFour Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot LOU isville at 7 oclock a m Extremely low round trip rites as billows Rusbville too Knigh stown 100 Anderson i 25 Alexandria gr25 Marion 150- Tickets on sale at City Ticket office 259 4th Avenu and at depotS GATES Af9TORIA isaogfASiguturo LEFT OVER IROM LAST WEEK BEDA Sept 21 Business in our town is very good Farmers are busy cutting and housing their tobacco Mifs Mattie Vowell Owensboro is visiting Miss Clara Bennett this weekMiss Hallie Davies was the guest of her cousin Miss Etta May Ben nett Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Bell Tabor Hartford visited her sister Mrs Dr Stewart a few days last week Little Miss Janie Bennett who has been ill for several days is able to be out againIspent several days last week with her brother Mr W C Ambros Miss Hays WhlUsville is visiting I her uncle Mr Alex Elli t this week i Mr Walter Parks went to Hartford Wednesday to work lor J B Foste daring the fair Mrs W B Tichenor tint I ford was the guest of her son Mr L R rich coot Saturday find Sunday Master Orhin Tichenor Is on the sick list Mr Lindsay Bemttt who has beets ill for several week is improving slowly The protracted meeting at Rocky Valley church closed lust Friday night with several confusions Rev Call trill No Creek was in our trvn this week Misses Alberta and Blanch Greet went to Hartford lnst Saturday t CENTERTOWN Sept 2J B Stogner and logar Sallee art on the sick list this week Mrs N F Arbuckle ol Weir City Kan and Miss Bessie Shown ol Beda spent last week here visiting Mrs H II Davis Robert James has accepted a po sition in Tichenor Harnprls Store in LivermoreMiss ie Hoclter of Beaver Dim has been employed by Rowe Morton to take charge of their in I1 ery department James Garrett of Ceralvo and Ar mislead Jones Rockport visited the family of L R Goodall Saturday and SundayMr Ross end wife of Rock prt visited Ms T H Benton here SundayMrs Frank Carter of Render vis ited Mrs J B Stogner of this place Saturday and Sunday Jessi Hill and Earl Davis visVed Walter Wallace of Soda last teed CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears tho Si Signature of GGGktY SELECT Sept 26Rev Willis filled his regular appointment at this place I SundayThs angel visited the home of Mr and Mr R S Junes last Friday and took little Lena their 11 year old daughter She wa4 buried at Warrens Mill cemetery Saturday She was an effectlonate little girl and left many friends and school mates to mourn after her Mrs Cal Daugherty of this place died this morning at S oclock She left a hurband three children and many friends to mourn after her n BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AN DTI IK Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW Railroad Track und- Equipment WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Fold furI Send JOe Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March For rate tliiif of trnliiK SlpiiInfrCur Heofr vatlniiH Etc cull on uny Ticket Aitfiit or nil ilrem O l ilcOAHTY irtfl IIIHH Audit Clnclurmtl Olilii or K N ItllOV I ItA louli vlllpKy We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business Col lege If you are going to school call on or address theRepublican for Scholarship Rea1 ESTATE 135 acres 4 trifles north nliHartford in good state ol I cultivation 85000 121 acres near Rockport in I good condition good build togs 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 115 acres fine Rough river bottom laud 6 miles from Hartford 2 20000 40 acres 3I miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 1 45 acres 2 tulles west of Hartford fine land good improvements 300000 A house and 2 acres of ground adjoining Hartford3i5oo83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land 166000 35 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cul tivation cheap tSS acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Centertown All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAUTFOKD KY O A9 TO XI IJ m Bear theThe Kind You Ham mll4l11- I 11 IfZo 13tgattterehaily 0 j Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily I via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and Kl Paso The Ideal j Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect dally during March and April r94 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to vulous points in the Nest and Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive literature rates etc con suIt nearest Ticket Agent or address- R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room Sot Norton Bldg- Iouisvllle Ky For Business Good Stationery is a power 11lI busine JUisines Stationery should be the best riiot merely for prides sake but for the real worth it is to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers because that which goes to make beautifulstationery is employed in our printshop Every de tail of its making is attended to with the greatest care the paper ink presswork and all are just what they should be Favor us with an order so we can prove the above or call and let us show you samples I FOR SALEAn unlim kited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RAILWAY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST thefLook at Schedules IiLeave Louisville lit a m lnily Arrive St Louis 500 p m daily Solid trainof vcstihulcd conches sleepers and Southern Railway Stan dard Dining Cat throughwithout I chargeLeave Louisville 10 1ft p m dally Arrive St Louis 752 a m daily I Solid train of vostibulcd free re clining chair cars and elcepers No change of cars enronte All trains make close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wnliash Suburban service direct to I the Worlds Fair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from I Louisville Ky i S13 good returning until Dec If 04 111II sixty days 810 good returning lr day 87 Coach excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive I luring October stud November Good seven days1 I P E CAKK IWeiiKer and Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A J CKOVK Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C H HrvuKiroii District Pus senger Agent 2M Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G 15 AUKX A istnnt General Passenger Agent St Lcnif Mo hU FOR SALE We have for sale at a liar gina Scholarship in the Howl ing Jreen lousiness College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville I For further information call on or address Tin RiiTiurAv Can You Figure 200c 1vex 3wayTO TSTOMKHS OK Carson Collg HARTFORD KY How irany votes will be oust for Congress in Ohio county at i the November flrctiur this ycat For the one who con guess the s COUtctIgilts we First nearest Guess 5000 Second 2500 Third I 1000 Fourth 1 500 Next on nesses each I 0l 1 1000 jlotltl SJOOOO 04 For earh dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle r s- I the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The contest will be decided accorcllu to I the decision ol the election contb + missions rs who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote I No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc n n DeWltts NIoh Salve For Puce Burns Sores 1tir1v sta J BIG FOUR 5 I111H nEST LINK TO i- ft f jJA And all points in Indiana A iiinl Michigan i Cleveland I Buffalo l- J iBoston I And All Points East I 1 Information cheerfully urn i- a shedon application at City AA Ticket ofllce Big Four Route AA 0 251111th Ave or write to A IHT GATIW AA t Passenger Dept A IIJIlJi iIlc Ky J X1 4011111 f Beautiful un Stationery I For Society Society Stationery is given the greatest lam in our print shop The type faces we have for this class of work were se lected with the utmost care as to beauty and styleTor in stance eye have a series of type for calling cards that when printed like wo print is so much like ingraved work that it can hardly be detected from the real It is the samo with wedding invitations and the likeOur prices for this kind of work are moderate considering workINote tHe Following Exceedingly Low Prices Envelopes good quality per 500100and up Letterheads good quality per ream of 500125IIIIJt Koteheads good quality per ream of500 100tit Statements good quality per ream of 500 100 Ordinary Hand bills per 1000 200 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