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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v l e j4tzrtf rb llqublkan IFi Job Work a Specialty IYOLo xvii HA11TEORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1904 No HEW GUNS I Will be Placed on the Ships That Are Being Built Americas Floating Fortresses to be Most Formidable Fighters in the World Naval contttuctora believe that tli American battleship Is the most destructive war engine nil at but tenta tive plans rue being prepared to makf it stet more formidable It Is pro posed to entirely do away with four five six seven fight nod thirteen inch Riinsand have the main battery m tconsist of ten ten cr twelve Inch gnus so paced Unit seven of then can be flied btoidstde These would be the only offensive WI upon aside k from the torpedo tubes The secondary battery would con sist of twenty three Ineh rapidfirt guns and many three and one pound ers which would bi used to repel a torpedo boat attack It Is figured that the change would grtatly In crease the destructive power of the ships and improve the efficiency and mHiksmanshlp of the guns crews as there would he only one stleofbig gun for them to learn to work with L Instead of eight The present style of battleship In all navies has tour twelve or thirteen inch and from twelve to twenty guns of eightinch caliber or less In her main battery A ship of this type the experts believe would be vastly overmatched by a ship carrying ten guns of ten cr twelveinch caliber The hitter could stund out of range ol the smaller guns and work her broad side of seven guns against the four oJ the enemy- It also is proposed to hereafter build nothing but battleships fast ar mored cruiseis anti tnrpedo boat de 4 f stroyers The idea is to construct es sentlally a fighting navy and do away with protected and unarmoured cruisers and gut boats except tot special service where lightdraft boats are needed for patrol purposes The bureau chiefs are working out the general scheme along these lines It is maid to have the approval of tIlt President who is a strong believer In fighting shipp REFUSES TO TALK Does The Mitchell Negro In LexingtonI Jailt Lexington Ky Oct 4 Luke P Columbus the expert detective brought here from Chicago by Jas J Mulligan Jr to help clear up the poisoning mystery In the Mulligan family saw the negro Lnuis Mitchell at jail today The negro refused to have any conversation with the de fictive and the mystery is a mystery still Notice in Bankruptcy In the PUtrld Court of the Potted Stilt + fur 4 the WfHlem lilitrlit of Kentucky Owfimlmro lilvlilon In this mutter of at q hen Brown A lo limit ritptH To the iTfilltora ot Strplivn Urown Co of Altnln the couutjr of Ohio and Dlntrlrt afore said bankrupts Notice It hereby given that on tlnrlith slay ofeSeptember A II IIMI 4 thu Bald Stephen Jlrowu Co wiro duly mluilUnteil bankrupts and that a the Unit meetliiK of creditors will bo hclil nt tint law olllce of J A dean In Owennlioro Kentucky on tilt 12th iluy of October A P 1MI4 nt 2 p mat which time thu said creditors limy attend prove their tlnlniN nppolrit a tnmtce examine the bankrupts mid transact such other biiHlneroi 1to as may promptly come before soil meeting 1 A DEIX Itefertf In llnnkriiptcy September III B 01 t V NotestSince the arrival of county sec retary at Hartford the Association has shown signs of renewed activity and the work is beginning well for the season 6 A boys Bible class has been organized a boys Sunday afternoon meet lug and a mens Sunday afternoon meeting have again been started A new feature this year will be the gymnasium work which wi1 follow n the Bible class on Saturdays This aJ 1lIIIIIlIII IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN 12 we expect will prove to lie very pop ularThe Rooms will be open dally for the men and boys A large number of eurrert periodicals are always to be found on file The extension of the work to other points in the county IB early looked forThe County Convention of the Young Mens Christian Association of Ohio county will be held Novem 13rThe committee are planning man y new lectures which they hope will make this a profitable season REPUBLICAN SPEAKING Hon W G Dunlap Addresses Large EnthusiasticCrowd Hon W G Dunlap of Louisville addressed a fair crowd of enthusiastic Republicans at the court house Wed nesdny at 130 oclock He had a representative audience Some of the best citizens from all parts of the county were pre sent and seemed to be anxious to hear true Republicanism discussed The sptaker touched upon the Tar iff question and made it clear that the farmer the business man the professional man and in fact all classes of men had much to lose and nothing to gainby establishing a Tariff schedule in accordance with the Democratic idea He pointed to the Wilson Gor- man Tariff which was in vogue dur ing Clevelands last term He said the Democrats had no issue in this campaign and were only attempting to raise a dust to blind the people while they seize the offices In referring to the proposition of the Democrats to haul down the Hag of our country and surrender the Philippines Hawaii and Porto Rico he said that it had not been and is not now the policy of the government to give up the land that has been made sacred by the blood of our boys and soldiers and that those Island would under our flag become the same proud countries as is the United StatesConsidering the oil day and tb general lack of manifest interest in iu polatlcal affairs Wednesdays speak ing was a grand success and a good day for Ohio county Republicans GENERAL PAYNE DEAD President Roosevelts Most Lovj ed And Trusted Friend Washington Oct 4Henry C Payne Postmaster General of the United States a member of the National Republican Committee a stal wart of his party with the history of which both in his home State and nationally he has been identified for many years died at his apartments at the Arlington Hotel at 610 oclock tonight aged sixty years His death was caused by disease of the mitral valve of the heart Mr Payne had been in poor health for at least two years but his last ill ness covered only seven days an attack of heart trouble last week pre clpltatlng the end at a time when aftnr a rest he seemed to have recovered small measure of his vitality Impaired by years of ardous lobar Death this afternoon came after nearly six hours of unconsciousness The last official caller to inquire as Mr Paynes condition was Presi dent Roosevelt and he had been gone only about ten minutes when thea stricken member of his Cabinet expired Secretary Hay had called at the Payne apartments a few minutes before the President made his visit Neither entered the sick room As Mr Roosevelt was leaving about oclock he spoke feelingly of Mr Payne to the newspaper men gathered in front of the hotel as the sweetest most lovable and most trustful man I ever knew Mrs Rooseveltti accompanied by Capt was a caller at the family apartments- of the Paynes during the late after noon PARKER CHALLENGED His Edict Tlmtl Per Day is Enough for Laborers Refuted Editor HARTIOKD RJUUHLICAN Dear slrIt is with pleasure that I write you a few lines Election Is not far off so it is time to hustle I do not think the Republicans wit have to work so hard as we have had to in the past For no one hat forgotten the last Democratic admin istration yet and none ot us want to live ou soup and water again as we have in the past I cant see how a pour man or any laborer can be n Demnciat Of course the lends can afford to be for the money they get out of it Mr Parker can afford to te a candidate for President for the name and money That is all that he wants He does not care for the laborer at all He is excusable but the laborer is not Put Parker in the chair Well you had better go to work building soup houses But I do not think he will fa I think that the people have too much good judgment to put a man ova them that says i per day is enoug to keep a family of 9 or 10 in cloth ing food coal doctor bill medicine and In other words the necessities of life I will close for this time with three cheers for Teddy 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 bidde- the franchise right and privilege t use the streets and alleys of the cit of dartford for the purpose of ores ting an electric light plant In on anc 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 citysucb use of aid streets and alleys shall In terfere with the public use of same a little as possible and shall be subor dlrate thereto The right to rtject any or all bidEI bee made at 10 oclock a m This Sept 27 19- SMI 4 T BARNETT Marshal town Hartford DOWIE ORDERS PEACE Also Announces That the Second Coming of Christ is Near Chicago Oct 5In the name of the coming King I commend peace in the world is the command ol John Alexander Dowie first apostle and high priest The command is given in the official Leaves of Healing and extended also to the church Never says Dowle will men obey the laws international treaties or maintain any compromise with each other until God rules Peace must begin in the church Announcement is also made of the near approach of the time when Christ will return to earth The sig al for the second coming is to be given by the first apostle Everywhere apostacy comprises with sin disease and death he says It is the eleventh hour and the sign of the Son of Man in heaven will soon appear He will send forth messen J gers with trumpets of great sound To me has been given the trumpet nd it must give forth no uncertain sound Game Laws and Officers William Ashby of Centertown and John R Phipps of Hartford were appointed game wardens for Ohio county by County Judge Miller at the regular term of court Monday Their duties are to enforoe all laws relating to the protection preserva J ion and propagation of fish birds and game The law providing for these officers was passed by the last Legislature It is now unlawful to K ti kill most any kind of birds or ani mals of the game variety during som period of the year Quails can not be killed between January 1st and November 15th Squirrels and rab bits the uost common of our game must not be killed during the time from September 15th to No vcmber isth Anyone violating any of the provisions of the game laws may be fined 1from 5 to 25 for each flense LOUISVILLE CONFERENCE List of Appointments in the Owensboro District The annual session of the Louisville conference of the Southern Meth odist a journed at Franklin Mondai after several days session The fcl lowing appointments were made for this the Owensboro district Presiding elder J T Rushing O w enaboro Settle chapel F M Thom at Main street B M Currie Lewis- r port J H Walker Hawesville C T Williams Owensboro circuit T Gallohr Dam E D Boggess Glenns Bridge W C Moore Calhoun R H Rowe Betch Grove J H Massie South Carrollton C F Hartford LIver more J L Reid Rome B F Law horn Curdsville B L King Yel vington A L Bennett Woodlawn and Breckenridge B F Gardler Sulphur Springs G F Baker Leltchfield was chosen as the next meeting place of the conference- r Ordersyare of the Ohio County Court at special terms during September and the regular October term Special term September 7thMary Ann Felix was appointed administra tor of F M Felix deceased Special term September 9thJohn treasurersSpecial term September lothJas- A Reneer qualified PS judge of Cen tertown police court Special term September I3thG- B Likens appointed guardian of Ew en and William Simpson and Lucy Jane Rains The following were appointed road supervisors H E Bishop Renzo Huff Richard Watkins Albert Helm Harvy Cox R D Muffin Estill Arnold Sherman Condit Thames Graham Dud Grant John W FlenerI Sam St Clair and Dud PryorISpecial term September 15thG- M Eaze was appointed administrator of S P Baize deceased Special term September 26thY L Moseley was appointed and qualified as public administrator Regular term October 3rdB WIRial and others motion for public ditchreport of contract confirmed and continued Wm Pollock and othersmotion foi local option election at McHenrycertificate of returns filed and entered on record A K Mil leradmlniatrator of E P Nealset tlement ordered to record Drucllla Barnard administrator of W D Barnardsettlement ordered to recordT Cooper administrator of Jes ale Morman settlement ordered to recordeJoseph Foster committee of Wm Foster settlement ordered to record N B White administrator of E White and guardian of Harvey McKlnney settlement ordered to recordMinnie Ashby administrator of Estil Ashbysettlement ordered to recordD Rhoads administrator of A W Hodges appraisement ordered to recordP Kelly administrator ofT J Hardln appraisement ordered to recordJohn B Render administrator bl L Rendersettlement ordered to record t Martha S Ward guardian of Stella Wardsettlement ordered to record William Wllks guardian of Tube Subscription a Year THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Peruna jn the House for Catarrhal Diseases WD 1M WATiOrI Fresno County Gal writes God bless you for what you have done for me The rheumatism has all disappeared and today all exclaim How well you look I I toll thorn yes and I owe It all to Dr Hartman for his good advice to me Today loin mo as froe from pain as I ever was The rainy season has sot in horo but the change hasnt affected mo as it used to I am very thankful that I have found out that you can and will help tho suffering ones that will follow your advice Several havo asked mo what cured me and I tell them They get the medicine Won We keep Peruna In the house My daughter has two tons and they keep well and go to school and they take the medicine every day paininyour medicine and is roal smart I will do all I can for you and for those who need your advice IndopendencoIoYour remedies do all that you claim for them and oven moro Catarrh can not exist whore Peruna is taken accord Ing to directions Pernna completely cured my wife and Iof catarrhal troubles of twentyfive years standing In my rounds as a traveling man I am a walk lag advertisement of Peruna orderIedbertina Wilson settlement ordered to recordThe of H C Leach was offer ed probated and ordered to record- J B Tichenor administrator of Mary E Tichenorappraisement and report of sale continued for excep tionsE F Smith and others motion for new road John C Westerfield B W Taylor and Joe McKinley appointed commissioners to view the pro posed road Will of Henrietta J Smith probated I crdered to record I R H Rains and others filed petition I praying for a local option elect ion in Rosine precinct I Wanted I Men and Women in this country j and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house j of solid financial standing Salary to j men 21 weekly to women 12 toi8 IeMonday d if necessary position permanent Address Blew Bros Co Dept A Monon Bldg Bhicago III 1216 Call for Convention At a regular meeting of the Ret publican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky I Saturday September 3 1904 the foi lowing resolution was adopted I Resolved That a delegated conven j tion be held in the town of Hartford Ky on Monday November 28 194 11Inlug candidates for the various county officers to be voted for at the Novem ber election 1905 viz Representa ive county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer iL superintendent of schools coroner j surveyor and assessor and that pre i I Mrs Alia Schwandt Sanborn Minn writes I have been troubled with rheuma yearsCouldhaving used Peruna I can sleep and nothing bothers me now III ever am affected with any kind of sickness Peruna will be the medicine I shall use My son was cured of catarrh of AlliWhy Old People are Especially Liable to Systemic Catarrh When old ago comes on catarrhal dis eases como also Systemic catarrh Is almost universal in old people This explains why Poruna has become so Indispensable to old people Peruna is their safeguard Poruna is tho only remedy yet devised that meets theso cases exactly Such cases cannot be treated locally I nothing but an effective systemic rem edy could euro them This is exactly what Peruna is If you do not receive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Poruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your trio and he will bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O clnct conventions be held in each of the voting precincts in said county on November 26 194 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said county con vention on November 28 and that the representation therein be i delegate for every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast for President Roosevelt on November 8 1904 and the candidate receiving a majority of the votes cast in said county convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republic an party for said office NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn SecyICARRIE NATION Wanted By Ladies Aid Society to Come to Hardins burg Hardinsburg Hy Oct 4 The Ladies Aid Society of the M E church South hope to secure Carrie duringIing the windows of a saloon but it timeIto reach here Mrs Nation will undoubtedly draw a large crowd as eveybody willwant see and hear this celebrated tem perance lecturer License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S irsufoI to WIRalph to Manerva E McPherson Magan Bernie Johnson Beaver Dam to Nancy E Wallace Beaver Dam T Bartlett Westerfield to Oma Lake Taffy F O Baker Render to Ethel Dxter Beaver Dam Commissioners Cicai jJartf- n o fense of the Age oFF Pension Order fJ Is Right In Principle and In Law Doll news of Parker Constitution Club Well Shown To trw Editor of the Sun Sir All Pomwrats nro constitutional neuters und iKvupy till relation to tin Itfpnbllctm party that mosquitoes do to n fisherman 1 have recently soon report No 1 nude liy the 1arker Constitution club of New York In which they Ilnd that poifehm order No is known as tin njro onlur Is an Invasion of the constitu tion and they hold the president re sponsible therefor Order No 78 was an order making the proof of certain uses of old sol dlers evidential facts of certain degrees of disability not conclusive only evi dential Seventy years bolnn the Biblical ajro of thrwseore and ten was Used as the probable age of total disability which lo Incapacitated theta from the per formance of manual labor as to render thorn unable to earn a support The ioreyotiiK ore the words of the statute The United States statutes make the commissioner of pensions the execu tive ortlcer to carry out and enforce the IItn lon laws The laws are brief and nerd much Interpretation and till Hisitton of commissioner is In many riSiK t analogous to that of n Juice Ju that lie must interpret the law anti WJlgh the evidence presented nod de clare therefrom whether the claimant Is Mitlt Hl to a pension or mint Over 300000 claims are by him rejtvtod an nually Among other things which the con nilssIomT Is called upon to deride Is 1lH miiining of the sentence above quoted For Instance What is menu nl labor t Notice a K llcemnn strolllmr jHlsiirely along Is lie performing man ual labor Is the night watchman in a hotel or the cashier In a bank or tunas another whom we might cite engaged Ju manual laborV Tin vwiinlssloiHr must decide what id manual labor The statute does not apply to brain labor nor dues It define manual labor Congress pen sions for physical and not mental de cay Again what Is a support V Must an old soldier live on rice or on cornmeal con1e4lu him at one meal a day Must he live In a cellar or In a hunk like a San Francisco Chinaman Must ho wear rags Must ho wrap himself up in n piece of carpet and hibernate through the winter The present attitude of thought in tbo pension bureau Is that the word npport means clothes good enough to go to church in and n respectable nbodi and such medical attendance as laay be necessary mud three good I quure meals a duty and plenty of plug Lilt and several other things and then I Koinfl more Order No 78 tines that an old soldier i who Is sixtytwo years of age Is lroIably able to earn only one hulf kind of a support and is entitled to tiller month as a pension and at sixty the lie Is two tldnls disabled auto en ittltxl to 8 This rule It within the strict line ofI aHitutnry authority human an MHuttve precedent IXperllI1lII rntic president or ever abrogate order No 7S because It i LS for all tithe yet a Democratic presl Jpnt or commissioner would have that I power and General Bloch who humid I hon pension commissioner knowing sagestFund the roach of his party by ranking om net done In pursuance of congres stnnnl authority the motive of a spe dUI jut- There i rIng nothing wrong In princi pie with order No 78 let us now ex Jtinlne the particular charge of uncon Ktltnttonullty which the Iarker Con stltntlon club sets forth I The club litmus President Itooscvelt responsible for the order tumid 11l11lsI that It contravenes section 0 of 11 de 1 which reads as follows No money shall be drawn from the trens ury but in tions iiiiide by tlIllstory anti the public records COliI rnlng order Mo 78 show that when It was made congress was In session that time order wna mudo March 15 1UO1 but was not to go Into force until April ii 1SHM that It tins Immediately iviHiMfu io ioiiiiivM vith u Ioijuutit that 1500000 he appropriated to j uiy tSifl ttidcr Jieffcit The sun UnuitvtI w 18 finliIlk1111 the ponding uflcluncj hill andtcame up for quick 1It1qt n As order No 78 had been mjMto under tutu by virtue of nuthurity ruittid by congress tiers was thun tpt uf three courses to he taken by jn rcM tlist It coud deny tliat till t tUnr1tv was trnint d deny that the i rtlor with logal and reruse to fllISSI J awiiprtrtlou ucconllv It 41 the law and ubrnguto the ufder I nll it wnM rowuiiixe the order us 45 anl valid and vuto tit npjiroprln iu to viriy It out ugrcB8 after hearlus what every 11 bud to sjaii took tit third course t t Congress uavi0 and voted the money the pensions bo pan to Issue under the order and to he paid I low did the commissioner get the money to pal those pensions II V did ho get It out of till treasury Dill Mr Uoosevelt go to Mr Shaw amid treat him as Caesar dill Metollus am take the money awuy from lim No IMd the couimlKslonor open the trcas miry with a crowlwtr and abstract tin money No Well how wm It Let us ask Mr Shaw Ho will say that not a dollar hits gone out of the tivus miry without appropriation bill pays ed by each branch ofIcongress and signed by tilt presiding ollicor of end body When order No 7S tens lssue l Ikmn era tic nowspajMis oiTored four remc dies the Impoachmont of till commit slower the dismissal of the commls shiner a mandamus to compel the com missioner to do his duty as they un doistood it and fourth an Injunctlor ro restrain action on order No 7S The passage of the appropriation bill recognizing tIll legality of the older and voting the money to curry It out ondod time consideration of the remedies proposedThis us around to the proposi tion stated by the lurker Constitution club In report No 1 It reads We Ilnd that 1resldent Uoosovelt dolllwr ately disregarded article 1 section 0 of the constitution providing No mon ey shall be drawn from the treasury lint In consequence of appropriations nude by law1 1 submit the proposition to tiny black smith in the United States with perfect confidence that ho will we whore that eminent body of lawyers mistook the meaning of that comprehensive ilunt E F WH- E1tit tit IVnslons Washington FIW A RESOURCEFUL LEADER Ciinntry to HP CnKrntulnte on the ProNliliMitM Letter The New Haven Register usually Democratic has this to say of Presi dent Koosovolts letter of aivejaance One way to estimate the lighting strength of an army which Is what a political party Is Is to study Its lead er A bold and resourceful leader can perform wonder with his men wheth er they represent or not the normal lighting condition In munlwrs and or ganization Theodore Roosevelt Is a bold and resourceful leader aunt be never appoiuvd more so since he en tered public life thou in this letter of acceptance For his political enemies to deny tIll fact or to withhold full realization of its value as a campaign document will be to weaken their own lines of offense nut defense Though not a pupil of Senator Platt In the Sunday school where Governor Odell learned his political ps and ItS timid though but a reluctant supporter oI James G IJlalno Mr Ilosevelt tins outplayed mill of them ns a practical politician lie has learned If he oer doubted it that to be a leader one must be self confident before he Is sure of his soldiers In this respect there Is no letter of acceptance to compare his with lie stops to the firing line and with a popular bluntness of si ech passes in review before him nil of till arts of his administration which have been criticised anti salutes each one as sound In conception wise In execu tion anti beneficial In achievement Ills is the attitude of time famous old beau who advised younger swains tuInever explain nor npololzI4It the attitude moreover of an astute politician who understands human na tore especially in Its weaknesses and knows how to appcaMo It It Is the attitude of the politician militant who 1111111Itto larger endeavor and set for the spell binders a livelier pace than they have themselves known low to take From our point of view the country Is to be congratulated upon time rptof this letter which while sent to Speaker Cannon Is addressed to It It gives assurance of tho debate which nest follow Though the Democrats are unfortunate In the errors which they have made during recent years which air Roosevelt takes full and clever advantage of there Is still a wide difference In their attitude to ward policies of government to be hereafter enforced Mr Roosevelt de chores that as he has done he will con tinue to do It Is now the duty of Mr Iarker speaking for his supporters to state as clearly and boldly as Mr Roosevelt has done what he proposes to do If given the opportunity In no other way eon the vote of the elector Harti who votes for tho noxj president of the LnllHl States can truly say that he Is prepared for that responsible duty un til ho had read this letter This Is not 1to say that after reading time letter he will necessarily vote for Theodore Roosevelt He may not nut at any rate if he dots so vote against ThlOIlore Roosevelt sifter the perusal littT la wlil do so with his eyes open cud that is a state of mind on tho part Or time millions of voters of this count that Is eminently to be desired Where is a Womans Home In declining to publish suffrage rtlrles a Kentucky editor sajs We believe that the dear woman can do a greater good for our land in the home than the ballot box There fore we cannot consistently use your articles If casting a ballot Interlerred with a wctnans duty to her home this gentleman would be quite right In t iljerswctmrem To be sure you arc growing old But why let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years t nm nnw ottr f old And I liavo a thick glossy head ntyling litlr vrlilrli h a wonder li everyone win set It And tint a gray halt In It all due to Ayorn IIMr vIgrr lIlts 11 U lltMTiS lliClilii Mlun plM a bnttln J C AYKIt TO All lrll CVetx fsaorWhite Hair r his refusal to help the suffrage cause by publishing suffrage matter But U he will answer the question where or what is a womtns home he will see that the care of her home is R du ty no woman can wholly perform unless she has the right to go to tbeI ballot box as a citizen and cast a lotHome is something more than the house In which a woman lives the one story name cottage or the two story brick mansion where she sweeps dusts sews cooks and rocks the cradle The town or city In which a wonan lives is her home The municipal government of the town concerrs hr and her children as deeply as It concerns any man The State In which she lives Is also her home and every affiir of state is as much her HOtlr as the darning of the childrens stockings or the sewing on ot the family buttons The country In which A vromnn Ihq Is Alpo leer home To every American woman America means Home and ntttional affairs ought to interest her quite as much as the latest fashions in shirt walt or hatsThere are three hundred and sixty five days In each year and with tics time at her disposal a woman whoI understands her duty can the affairs of the house in which she lives and at the same time play RI citizens part in the management of her larger home her city her State and her country IIDA CAL RT OKKNCHAIN Bowling Green Ky If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will do you good For sale ball druggists 111I Low Rates to Colorado and Resorts Best reached via the Mifsaurl Pacific Railway from St Louis to fuel lo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City S Soo round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets 1n sale daily until u LIVERTROUBLES I and Thpcifords 14ckDratlght a good meUlcino for liter dlseane It oared my on after he bad spent 5100 with doctors It U all the med icine I taklSIRS CAHOLINE MAllTIV Parkersburg W Va If your liver dos not net regularly co to our dnjccist nn secure h prwlcage of Tlieilfonls UlackDroutrlit take a dose This great family constipatedbowll and cnuHCfl a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords 13lack Draught will cleanse the Impurities lad strengthen the kid A torpul liver invites cods biliousness chills and fever and nil manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in Hriclti disease which claims as uuiiy victims as consumption A L5cent of Thtdforils Black Draught should always be kept in the house I used Thtufordt mock Draught for liver and kllln corn excelIttVILLIAMblchead 1- 11THEM DS- DIAC I DRAUGHT F J diverse routes Three last trains daily from St Loulf elegant tqulpmfnt Ior descriptive littrnture p rtlci law etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldp Louisville Ky R Hows This We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for ally case of catarrh that can not ho cured by hulls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F IT Cheney for the las IT years and believed hun perfectly honor i able in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obi i guineas made by his firm Walding Rinnan it Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in I ternally noting directly upon the bloOllulHtmucus surface ot the sys tem Tostimnnnls sent free Price 7fc per bottle Sold bull Druggists luke Halls Family Pills for coq stipation in u 1841 ROGERS 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ways liy direct as I tshalt and twllrett Intimation It ha boon the continuous mid aggressive puriMifti of the IHMiiwratle oanipaiuMi inaiuiKors to eonvlmv tin American l roii that TlMHxloro Itotrsevelt was an unsafe man that lit was iinpttuotiti niul luailstniiur that he was willful and perverse that he was strenuous iin IconiHlastle From his VIDIMUS Iud altogether wholesoim writings thove nssotnhliil pirliliM extracts and soiiiirnte 11I1IIIralhs to oiitorxv their argument Men win hive thein Mlves openly mud dellnntly sliitlonil tuo amutiilinonlti to the constitution In tlinute that UN iiiiiritltutluu Is unsafe In the hands lit our president tnalile Inshake tin faith of the people in the results of Kepuhllcan policies the at teaipt Is umliliii to shake the rain dinet of the maple In the reliability of the Itepuldlitili leader 1te can accept this disposition on the part of the le iiHHrury to gut away from principles 111111 resort to jMrsonalltles with per fwt equanimity and complete contl tUmv The Nore Itoosevelt Is not II nen man He is not an unknown fill IlIri thll1I11111hthim as buy mud youth and man Tried In Iiv ry Tout We have known him as legislator as administrator as governor as execu I tin olllcer us soldier as vlcv president I and as president In nil hit many do I t t Inus and all his many sayings he has i boun constantly a progressive cud ng jrrisslvo American patriot desiring tie best Interests of his countrytltrms gllng for the N st welfare of time soci I hl141tllIltha1 liy any means greater security could tame to our constitution null our Institutions und greater gjory attach tof the tlag Never nt may tone under lilt r hinds or hy hit acts has any Ko xl law been Imjwrllcil bus any established In Htltution of excellence IHHII In danger IIIIR lit IMMMI any menace to oily men 011I any measures except hUll men and had I meamires younJ1IllL tIII Is high Ills I1Ill1d1Ition to tort Koiml life tilt high notions of national r obllgiitlons nut lanior his belief in tin futuro career ofIHllslonatlI try nut his mugh mud rellll nil that ImMrils or stints to threaten I that career have deeply endeared him to tin poophi the plain till ev eryday you athl I tort of people of the IliUed States He may ln Impulsive he tatty IK nlirupt hut no president ever was In all essential tiling morn rot nlItht Tin people love him for his heart ls jmre They admire him for his courage is high They trust him for his open lift corresponds to aaLhls open crctds President Hoosevolt typllleN vigorous Ideal American man hood He Is no oringor IK Is no time server IM Is no cowanl for such a one would never have dared to defy the i coal barons on the om hand or the Inv her unions on the other nor would he ever have voted for Hryan hid ho IK liwed in the jMlil standard Theodore Hoosevelt fortunately does not have to bo Judged by what his ene mies say of him He will he lugged us he has a right to demand to bo judged by what lit has done through nil the years of his public life by what he bus accomplished in the pub lic service President HooMevolt Is re nominated President Hoosevelt wills be reelected To think anything else I will bo to Impeach the Intelligence of the American eoulu Chamberlains Cough Remedy No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity Chamberlains Cough Remedy Itnot only cures colds and grip effectually and permit nently but prevents these diseases from resulting in pneumonia It is also a certain cure for croup Whooping cough is not dangerous I when this remedy is given It con twins no opinion or other harmful sub Btance and many be given aa couii dently to a baby as to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of these facto are taken into coneidera 4 d Without good red blood a man has a weak heart nnd poor nerves Courage 1N a Matter of the Blood Anemia mentis thin ness of blood It is common in men and young women nnd nil those who work indoors who do not get enough outdoor air and good oxypen in their lungs There are too casesIhenrt called a murmur in cases of anemia This heart murmur is caused by thinness of time blood passing through the heart The murmur of anemia disappears when the blood regains its nnd richness It is not heart disease Sometime people suffer intense pain over butsIt the of much anxtetyl alarm and suffering for which its js dependent upon reflex byindigestioncoughs are dependent upon these reflex pneumoItherebyfeedingdoing away with nervous irritability take Dr Herces Golden Medical Disctrywhich t promotes digestion and assimilav of food so that lie blood gets its prop supply of nourishment from the stomach Get ns near to natures way us you can A medicine made entirely of botanical extracts and which dues not contain alcohol is the safest Dr Ilercis Golden Medical laHOcryonlruns un alcohol or narcotics Pellets arc the bent live pills I esteem this remedy very highlyand very few are willing to Il1k any other after having once used it For sale by all drnggiats IIII ILLEGAL CORPORATIONS Presidents Action in Enforcing Laws Against i Them ISllrlht tlTIl I lirlntlllll AIViirlltf Spt i J In holllng large coporHtioi B 10 strict acountublltty to the law the President Is serving the best Interests j of those corporations as well ai GJU i serving the welfare of the country All corporations which are operating au an utlawlul bash sVuU be ccm I pelted to conKirm to the law If they goIben f reed by the lal88 conduct their promoters and operators to I ado to the great last of their stockholders Many formerly weathy men are now broken In fortune because corporations with which they are con vi presIIdentvnt not promote such losesIOne of the crying needs ol America today Is such respect for the leas ol j the natlm as the President has shown He did not make the laws I but It Is his duty to obey them He has set an example witch every clti zn should follow If that bs done we shall hear no more of mobs break Ing into jails defying police and mil Ula and hanging or burning prison ers suspected or convicted of crime and burning property in a wild frenzy of disotder and lawlessness I One Of Many i H A Tisdalo of Summertou S C suffered lor twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed iI and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the Wooly many cures that have been effected bthis wonderful remedy In ibuy ing Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E 0 DeWitt Co in Chicago anda cure is certain I I DoWiits Witch Hazel Salvo cuts burns bruisesI ditIease1St Bro I THOROUGHLY EXPOSED Weakness of Parker and Davis Grows Plainer Each day Judge Parker of Esopus will spend part of his time In New York City running his own campaign Ther ev elation has come but It has been morej swiftly tban most of us expected The ravelation Is simply thisthat the Idea of the country that the Dem b do shivered into splinters Two years ago the country knew nothing of Judge Alton B Parser ol New YOlk and little Henry Gasaway Davis of West Virginia two men picked up for a purpose by the men who con trolled the Democratic national con vention How chat to everybody now must be the situation Instead of this stately Judge who sent th stately telegram to St Louis appears and forall permanency merely a decent creature of the famous New York politician David Bennett Hill It Is all queer It appears so un substantial and Indifferent that Hill could have nominated one of his cer atlons for the Presidency- As the days pass in this autumn of 1904 the eyes of the American peo are opening to the political situation There is no anguish following the opening It is perfectly all over save the exhibitatlon of u certain ex uberance next November- It is impossible that such a people slUe the voters of the United States could vote generally to place the government in the hands of Tammany anda weak but crafty Democratic leaJer whose aims and objects have seemed ever to be tar himself a one one who has ntvar heard or thought of the expression The grta est good for the greats number aid who above nil seems Incompetent for the bst mara ement of the Unt ed States Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a biisellus or germ which exists plen tifully in street dirt It Ia inactive so lout aa exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as in the won mis caused by percusinn caps or by rusty naiU and when the air iIexcluded null germ iroused to tivity and produces the mont virulent poison known These germs may be destroyed and aU danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received Pain Balm is an I antiseptic and causes each iujuri to heal without maturation onethird the time required by the- I I usual treatment It is for sale by all Iruggist mi THE DESERTED SOUTH lit is Abandoned by Republican ManagersandNoEffortMadeto I I f 11urids ttorkl I Many southern campaign speaker I address Northern audiences as If I proper for it is a wholesome thing for the great sections of the country to exchange ideas to exchange orators to exchange points ol view But Northern orators do not go South True the Democrats will I receive the Southern v te In any thenjhave no chance and they toj see no peel to go Both parties thus neg lect this great section of our country in the national campaign and It is left by the political managers in its Isolation and solidity IfR national campaign be an educational force the South gets no bnefit from ItIIelt thus without national discus I sion Southern orUors and j ulrnn S ice ntinue to harp on the negro Yet there IH really no negro qmsion in SCOTTS EMULSIONScotts means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bearITo children Scotts Emul strengthfor girlsforEmulsion is agreat help politics there In many of the State the black matt is practically disfran chised by law In all he is power leEs This national political neglect of the South is regretalle for other and higher reasons than merely partisan political reasonp Partisan bearings wholly apart lor we are discus dug ofeviewIt is unfortunate that any group of states should continue to be stolidly and hopelessly boundto one party Maine Vermont and New Hampshire In New England are thus in the same plight us the South ern States for they are hopelessly Republicau But the Democrats make no e flirts there as the Repub licans do not in the South From a commercial point of the viewmere- ly ns an advertisement of the com munity the winning of any impor tant Southern Stale by the Republic ans would be a good investment it the local officials were renpeclabe The intellectual result would be bene ficia1 too lot there would be a loos ing ol mens minds from the supers itions that overgrow all creeds when they He held without change genera tion after generation Frank discus innisa + good for tbe mindlIS a plot share is for neglected fields But Inr such a charge we shall have to wait apparently many a year and the educational value of the campaign will not be felt in the stolidly safe Statea A Very Remarkable Remedy It U with a good deal of pleasure und satisfaction that recommended Lhambarlaiuc Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Conn Recently a gentleman came into my tore so overcome with colic pains that he sunk at once to the floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which iitlped him repeated the dose and in fifteen minutes ne left my store smiling informing me that he feltae well as ever For sale by all drug ISIS m Autumn Hats llnrwrn lluzHr The late autumn and early fashiors in millinery tire not winterI to be depended upon as being Ily shapes and stjles that will be worn during the winter and In fact Iin these days of extravagance there I are new shapes being introduced all winter long and new colors and trim ings as welt First in choice at this time of years the allblack hat which is prepared for pneral wear During the sum jjer and early autumn the allblack has not been considered so smart lIatwas the case last YEar and a hat to match the gown with which it was worn or to contrast with it has nay tr been mote labblonabh At this eason though there is the oppor tunity to wear it and accordingly there are many new and attractive styles to be seen I The new shapes in millinery art j made with crowns ol varying slz rnd j shape and the trimming is in some I instances put around the crown while j in others it is messed toward their nt anda little toward the left side The Englishhat shape so popular years ago Is indicated In the new beaver Iud felt hats and the trimming is on the severe ordrr Such hats look well with the palner tailor mmnde costumes Turbans and ttques are still in favor in both medium and small sizes and are trimmed with wings ostrich tips cock ftatherH and rosettes of Velvet ribbon These shapes are also made in velvet the color of the cos tume and trimmed with ostrich trips or cock leathers n v Aftermath I Ihkago Netvs- IVhy pre you so quiet thir even fag dear she asked Are you thinking about how we became env engaged last nigh- tYeshennpwtrfd with n deep sigh You see Im perfectly sober tonight Can You Eat J 13 Taylor a prominent merch ant of ChrieEinan Tex says I could not emit because ofa weak stomach I lost all strength anti ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope of re covery vanished Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Ko dol Diepepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle beuefitted me and after taking lour bottles Iam fullyrestored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspep IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for ocr 30 years has borne the signature of IIsonnIAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms timid allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy awl natural sleep t The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS nBears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THC CENTAUR COMPANY TT MUHRAV STREET New Y3RR CITY L o p Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why IlicuuMe It 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single trial will IDiivlnce the iiiont skeptbnl of UH nJmoat mt t frllculonn cU otII8power M t onl li IartfoFP Hartford Republican issued by tho UnrtlorU rnlillshlng Company INCOtirORAVFD C E HniTII Editor TELElI302 T3 Cxxmberlaiid l34oulib 11 r 22 FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET Pull lIt8W T- THEODORE I ROOSEVELT 1 OF XKW YORK FOR VII IltKSIDKXT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS OF 1 I11ASt FORCOMiRKSS DR BEN L BRVNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS roucotrxTY JVIMJK- Wu lire iiutliorUiil to nnnniimv W II Tnvlc r HH n rnnilliliitt for tilt offlrc of County ItulKt 01 Ohio county milijfct to tin action ot the llcjinl llcnii party roil HErKKSKXTATlVK- We iiriiintliorlziMl to iimiomicoC C llfnnl 1111 II riiltillililtf fur tin oltlre nt RelirexviitiltlVf III Ohio county nnltwt to the nutluii ol the INinil 11 en n party ViireaiiOiorlzril to nimonmv I S MASOi IIH ii ciiinllililtf fur the otllce of RejireneHtntlve u r Ohio ronntv Hiilijwt to the notion of tile Htjml llciin party nut COUNTY COURT CMKK- V11 nn iiuthorlzed to iinnoiiiice UIIIIIII Itovn other of County four+IM a rnnilliliite for the Ilerls of Ohio County HUlijmt to thenutlon of tli JtfPllhllclIlI party We nre nnthorlzeil tonnnimmv WlUuirti Tliw Jty IIM ii viiiiilUliito for the gluts of County fouri Clork of Ohio County niilijert to tilt nitlun of tin lteitilillrnn tmrty- VniiinutliorlztMl to imnouiHe Kvcrttt 1 TiiyloniHii ciindlilnte lur tlm oillce of Count Court irk of Ohio comity nulijeet to the action of the Hll1lhllcnllllrl FIRCOIICY ATTOKXKY- W nn nnthorlzeil to announc E M Wood ward UN a candidate fur the otlliv of County A t torney ot Ohio county wibject to the lutlon ol the Itepubllcaa party nut siiFitirrV- e1 are authorized to announce It II Martin an a candidate for thu oillce of Sheriff ot Ohio minify HiiliJiHt to the action of the Itipulillciin party FOR JAILER Vo are authorized to announce JAMES 1 MORTON IIH u candidate fur the ottlce of Jailer of Ohio county Hiilijwt to the iictlon 01 the Re publican party We are authorized to announce OSCAR MII RIFF 1114 n canclldiite for the ottlce of Juller ol Ohio county miliject to the action ot the Repub lican party FOR NURYEY OR We nnthorlzeil to announce NATHANIEL MOXIEY 011 a camlldate for theotllceof Surveyor nf Ohio county Hiibjwt to the fiction of the Re publican party FOR ANNKNNOIt- We tire authorized to announce L merry Ioney IIH a candidate for theoltlccof Ann eftnor of Ohio county fiiliject to the fiction of the Itepubllcnn partyWe ore authorized to announce SUI W I EACH IIH a candidate fur the ofllce of Ao innor of Ohio county Hiiliject to thu action of the Re partyFOR SOIEIUNTENMENT- Ve are authorized to announce JAMES t- 1te1VIIS11M a candidate for the otllce of Super ntenilent of SchuoH of Ohio county Hilbjict to the action of the Republican party Ir is now the open season for the campaign lie and orator CANDIDATE PAHKKK iR opposed to the enactment ofany more antitrust laws SOME of the organs of the Democratic party might appropriately mount a donkey TilE great trouble with Candidate Parker is that he cannot live up to advance notices A TELEGRAM troll Parker by wayI of D B Hill might have the desired effect on Uuk Gassaway D FAUMEK3 should bear in mind that the American Tobacco Trust i3 supporting Parker in his race for the Presidency CANDIDATE PARKER insists that thf1 Democratic party is not a ma chine In this he is right it is only a collection of scraps BiF ORE you cast a vote to put the Democrats in power you should re call how long it took to clear away he Cleveland v wreckageI LTxciiH GABPAWAY DAVIS hasi issued his letter of acceptance but it is not attracting as much attention as his check made payable to the Dem ocratic campaign managers Ax EXCHANGE says The fall styles make womens sleeves so large as to give rise to the horrible suspi icionthat theyve got sometbing upI them DEMOCRATS never take it straight III they mix their finances their tar and everything else and all that al counts for the terrible headache they suffer next morning after the returns are counted IMMEDIATELY before Buchter the incestuous and murderous brute was pardoned by Acting Governor Thorn his mother sold property to the amount of 15000 Since the pardon was granted she is practical penniless Where is the mone Whose purse has been substantially replenished The money was spent in procuring the pardon Who got it This is a pertinent question at this time SINCE the enactment of the net registration law byan excessive partisan Democratic Legislature the Republicans have contended that it was conceived for the purpose of aiding and assisting the Democratic party The truth of this contention was clearly demonstrated general ree istration day last Tuesday Report come from towns and cities through out the State of attempts of Democratic politicians and their hencl men to procure registration certifi cates issued to Republican voters For which there is no remedy known to the law All attempts to proviii adequate punishment fur violations of this law were promptly thwarted and defeated by the overwhelming Demo cratic majority in the Legislature THE pardoning ot Clem Buchter by Acting Governor Thorne ia an outrage and a crime against society for which there is no kind of explaoa tiou or excuse Buchters crime was so brutal and unnatural that it would be a blot on the blackest annals ui savagery The trial judge repre manded the jury for not giving him the extreme penalty Following a long line of examples by Beckham in a number of noted murder cabes Thorne has turned loose this monster on outraged society with an excuse so flimsy that it would disgrace an inmate of the asylum had it em anated from that source Smarting under the just censure of an outraged public Thorne came out in an idiotic statement in which he too late la ments his awful blunder Thorne seems to be in some mysterious wa in league with the criminal class in Kentucky and his last lawless act has done the State au injury the ef fect of which will be felt for a de cade PARKER ON PENSIONS Candidate Parker has at last given forth one positive declaration of policy which will be pursued if he should be elected President of the United States He declares he will if elected revoke the order ot Pension Com missioner Ware which recognizes old age a disability and provides that a veteran of the Union Army who has reached the age of sixtytwo years shall be paid a pension of 80 a mouth Parker says that this pension order is imperialism and unconstitutional He did not detect the unconstitution ility of such an order during Cleve lands term when old age was recog nized as total disability and 812 a monthwas allowed to veterans who were 75 years old President McKinley followed the Cleveland precedent and approved an order that veterans who hadreached the age of 05 years should receive 3G a month without other evidence of Usability The order of Mr Ware pproved by President Roosevelt is eased on the acts of his immediate iredecesaors If Mr Parker should be elected President he wouldnulli I the acts of RooseveltMcKinley anti Jlevelaud and throw all the old veterans back to prove by uncertain teams that they are disabled Union soldiers have nothing to hope from Candidate Parker He is like the southern wing of his party opposed to all pensions lull pension legislation He isetill indefinite re arditig the trusts and the tariii buts specific on the sectional issue which has been raised by his party against the old soldier These old veterans who upheld the flag and the Union are passing away and the Democratic candidate for President stands ready to hurry them out of existence by taking away their pensions which in- many cases furnish the only means subsistence 0 ofII Have you read that verv interacting agpzine The Smart Set i KILLED HIMSELF Asbury Searles Bleeds to Death From Wound Accidentally Inflicted While out hunting near Glendeu one day last week Asbury Searles a sixteenyearold boy accidentally shot and killed himself He was standing with his left arm resting across the muzzle of the gun The gun was accidentally discharged and the loal of shot took effect in his arm just above the elbow severing the humorHl artery As cons derail time passid before help came to him and a longer time before a phy sicinn could arrive to dress his wound he son bed to death the shock ot course hastening the end Drat came while the boy was under the influence of chloroform Young Searles was a son of Philip T Searles of Owensboro Frida morning the remains were taken to Owensboro over the Illinois Central railroad and Interred at Elmwood that I afternojn Search Lights- A party whose most valuable pout ical assert is a telegram eight year over due doe not commend itslf to the people My indictment of the Democratic party is its vacillation ir policy da I to lack ot principle The Democratic putty is an oppor I tunist I During the last Democratic administration more was lost in decrees d wages discontinued manufacture and laborers thrown out of employ ment than the Civil war cost So that it has been said that it would cost less to have another war in thIs country than another Democratic a1 ministrationWe political parties not sc much by the promise of today as by the performances ot many yesterdays If they lightly rtcant what they have hither to vehemently affirmed we challenge their sincerity and stabil ityParty patforms skillfully dtvlsed to attract voters cannot change his torical practices and precedents A question is not settled which is simply held in abeyance until a more monbl opportunity arisjs from re i2Wcd altdtlod The Republican party has revolu tionized the diplomacy ot the world ubtttuting clear vision frank state ment and genuine courtesy for craft intrigue the treachery Theodore Roosevelt has nlways preserved a flexible mind but an Inflex be conscience Sometimes a young men may fal in lovi with an old man because he is worthy This year is the first time that a whole political party has fallen in love with a mau for the same reas on and nominated him for the Vice PresidencyThe ol the Filipino Is the finest piece ot constructive legislation in the history of any political party 7ElSTOR IABeare thetheKind You Hate Always Boyak Itl4BS4r0of JI iBEDA Oct 5Farmers are very busy in this section On the accout of the M E Confer ence which is in session Rev Can trill failed to fill his appointment at hinkle Chapel Sunday Miss Mattie Vowels Owensboro who has been visiting Miss Clara Bennett returned home last week Mr Rufus Ashley who has been Ili for several wetks is no better Mr and Mr W C Bennett and laughter Etta visited in Hartford SundayMrs Thomas Wallace and Miss Clara Bennett visited their sister I Mrs Vivian Bidwell Matanzas one lay last week I Mr and Mrs B M Bennett visited relatives in Hartford Sunday afternoon Mr Azro Rowan Heflin was in town Monday Edna little laughter of Mr and Mrs Hosea Shown got severely burn eci last Saturday but at last account was improving- Mr and Mrs S A Bennett spent st Sunday with their daughter Mrs hernias Wallace Mr W C Ambrose and wife went 10 Owensboro Monday and returned Tuesday i Miss Flora Hoover Barnette ILittle her cousin Miss Mary arks Sattuday and Sunday Mr Vince is v ry ill at the home I r Ql 0 E P Barnes Bro Farmers Wheat and Fertilizers These three properly niived make a very strong combination These three are absolutely essential to the production of the stall of life These three when was not a it was E T l as 2 i l one of bvr Mrf II rpr iitI Mrs tent to Data The for the new C P is Vd at this GENERAL INTELLIGENCE who cm zed with r four men at Mo mlt rd to the of Ky He h committed a says he k town He will he tarn to to the re port the fur the past week IIHS ben favorible maturing and The con were l the c rn belt progress is be log in continues t t open to ap pet in Nw Eni land and N nth p a Y Al C Tn meeting will be led by R 13 AU The will be led by Prof T J feeding the Gtr is the The men meet at 231 is fir men are to H f +Subscribe for Is a constitutional originating in requiring constitutional purifying blood its permanent to and local of are by and 1 mail SO cts testimonials of send for our on C L Co IIIMIA scientifically combined in sullicient quantities lifesavers and moneymakers and wheat combined alone in to little Wbv is it you give so little thought and attention to the essential in wheat production Why it you to drive miles to the of fertilicrs you are convinced lust fur you to use Have you noticed production in Ohio has fallen oil in last years Do you know farmers luring that lime Fertiliers than at since Fertiliers were introduced in this territory twenty years ago Many of you it wheat 11say the Fertiliers you used or you did nut use any at all11e can show you farmers who use shoe BIwdBLl Hoods never fail to make wheat your wagon to Barnes Bros lStore Place yourself at their disposal Buy the Fertilixers they recommend to you use they direct and result is sure to be satisfactory We carry constantly in stock the folowing tirades lnn 1 lau 1fiO per hundred pounds Buy Shoe Brandtlf Flrt izers uperior Wheat DrillsWheat Drills have become of the essentials to correct seeding and the Superiorrstandsat head of the list We carry theta rfoht in stud mind the prices low ProduceBring us your Onions Irish Potatoes and Sweet 1otaioes Good stock lied ready sale low grades dull Beaver Dam Ky daughter John htlfl LhICinn TuesJax foundation Church being plea ctutsGeitlCI while ftvt tilled OBHcns Landing Sunday night stirte Mayor Columbus Tuesday morning admits crime bnt nothing ulit Charleston Mo- Accodinir GVdriimns tenipeirure for harvesting Inte crops ditions vorable throughout made picking cotton which rapidly high winds hove done ranch Hannce the Atlantic States A Announccmets next Sunday Orvill Miller Time sharp buys invited Mens meeting Morton thousand subject This meeting and all welcome nnd Invited TUB RIpU- nLI1jNCatarrh disease impure blood and treatment acting through and the for radical and cure Be sure HoodsSarsaparillaNa- sal other forms catarrh quickly relieved Catarrlcts which allay inflammation discharge Sarsaparilla all druggists Catarrlets order only For remarkable cures Book Catarrh No4 Hood Lowell Mass SiM are Mariners this county amount very must part is dread lifteen get brand that fully is tIll how the of wheat county the live that you time used more cheap any time say year that tit Hoise that Drive the 7c luul Horse the fire Stave Gtad Boys Chris attend deodorize Hoods o Try REPUBLICANI iFor All Kinds of Job Printing I i i u AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA AAAAAAAA AUAVuuV Q J c j- d 4 i 3- I Now Is The Time i = To hay your Fall mind Winter Alerchniuliw while tJ = our stock is fresh i WHAT WE WANT to Hay is that our linn is full 8 tf of the Newest Things the market allbnls and i 1 41 4 DONT FORGET us when you are ready to buy 11 41 anything 111 the line 9 4gDry Goods Notions Boots Shoes it 4 Caps Clothing in mens youths and chili zt 4 i4 gHardwaret Druggists Sundries 9tv 4Our lint of Dress Goods and Waistini s is second 43 to none in the county We wnnt your trade and if it y tfi= stock and we will convince you that this is the place to fitly Bring us your produce for which we b 9i4t4 examine the celebrated Kimball Piano S 44 CA 4 Yours ti txly4 The Brown Mercantile Co itwnvrunpoaclIui 1F 4McHENRY KENTUCKY 9 i 4cNow To Business I 44 fi 4v The Ohio County Pair is a thing of the past We = Jj all had a good time Now we must got to business = 49 riio more serious matters confront us Winter will bit r J soon bo here You must have winter goods = 49 Where to buy and how to buy arc the puzzling ques 6 4J tions We solicit your fall purchase Wo offer iJJ 41 many inducements t1 fi47 1st Our big stock Jjj 2nd Our years of experience in buying = 49 3rd Our low prices 9 J Heres specials for this week only 940 IB 4Staple Department Mt Hoosier Cotton 30 inches wide worth Oc thisbf 4 week 5c Hope Bleach 35 inches wide no Q Sic I IMeach no starch this week5c 18inch j 4 unbleached crash worth lOc this week He Good 43 check Shirting the 7c quality this wcek5c All jj 4 Ii into new fall sfvles 5 4i 4i ti4 c tj Shoe Specialsbit41 21 jciirs Mens Oil Giain Shoes Top Sole Never jj 4Iip a good wearer worth 2Ontu price this week it 4i 200 12rtjrs Heavy Veal Calf Shoes line for all i rffl kinds of weather solid in every respect our lowfJ 1 prier 125 0 pairs ladies Calf Shoes plain and Z 45 tip the best shoe fur tilt money in Ohio county all j sixes our price 150 i 1 U- b CP Clothing Specialstbij Mens Suits 100 i750 bt i I Joys Suits long pants 250 to 750 14 to 20 tt I 4 ears Childs Suits knee pants big variety to se Mt 4 J iti4i S1110 to 250 Childrens Knee Pants 4 to 10 J 9Jeans4i 9 4i It will pay you to buy your hill supplies from t9 4i Headquarters Courteous treatment and low prices 41 to all bf tI bit C1 4 jfHartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table Nunn lion ml No liilllH4lllNil III 4 i7i l- YNu12dnltln I i 111 Sniilh IlitiiiKl No KM iliillll ii III No 1111 due 4S l III NoCIl tlllIlII in Big line of odd Pants at Sam Bach C W Morgan Maxwell was a pleasant caller Wednesday We want your Kirgs Butter and Chickens CARSON Co Dr nnd Mrs A S Yewell to Owensborn the first of the wentI City Restaurant surely fed the peo ple last week- Nicholas Bnrrass Taylor Mines was a pleasant caller Monday Oyserfi Fresh Fish and Celery at City Restaurant- K u C Byors Friedaland tailed at Tiiu REPUHUCAN office Saturday Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds and Farm Implements from D L D Siindelnr Beaver Bam Ky 1013 New Miltnery Goods at Economy Store Ladies trimmed Hits from 15 1 up New Millinery Gooda at Economy Store Ladies trimmed Hats fom 1 S3 up- Mr Z L Mauzy who has been visiting friends anJ relatives here for several wet ks returned to Prt Ar thur Tex Monday Ask to see our School Shoes CARSON Co Uncle John Shown Beda calledI it Tim RmUHMCAN office Saturday We have the latest thing in ladies Skirts CARSON Co Nicest line of cakes and crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant We need Apples Chickens Ergs and Butter at once CARSON Co Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Boneless Ham City Restaurant See our new Dress GoodsCARSON Co An elegant new line of Neckwear jjst received at Sam Bachs Big line of Sterling Clothing fo Men and youths at Sam Bachs I IAsk to see our ladles fine Shoes the idea thecorrect at cor rest price CARSON Co Full line of Clothing High grade goods at low price See our line and save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Remember we have the blggestgen era linn of merchandise in Ohio Co Come to us for your winter supplyrCARSON Mrs J E Davidson and little daughter KHzibeth have returned from a visit to Mrs Davidsons moth er Mrs Atford near Horse Branch Mr and Mrs J H B Carson Miss Ca sle Riley and Mr Perry KeownI with others mentioned last week left Tuesday morning for the Worlds Fair The election commissioners met Monday and canvassed the returns of the recent liquor election at Mc Henry It was found that the drys won by a majority of twentyfour votes F J Jenny Matanzas was a pleasant caller Wednesday Try those sweet and sour pickles at City Restaurant fine D Baker Rhoudes Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Wednesday II you are in need of Dressgoods dud Ladies Cloaks visit Carson Co Our shoe stock is lull up See our stock before buying CARSON Co Mrs Zirilda DcMoua Hanson Hop klus county is the guest ot her daughter Mrs S T Barnett- WANTRDA good reliable i6hand high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford Leave your Laundry at Cleve leers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt iellvery 461 The Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and up to dateline to select from A big line of Boys and Chlldrms 01 thing as good us the best nnd HP cheap as the cheapest at Sam fache- sWAaTrn95 teams to haullock on Hefv r Dam and Hartford road Bring a shovel with each team- STIUUENGANO An elegant line ol Ladies Dress Skirts can oe found at Sam Bachs Dont fail to see them before par basing elsewhere ltv R D Bennett returned TULS lay from Franklin Ky where head IreD attending the Annual Meth Ust Conference If you dont buy your clothing fioui is we both los Our prices are Iways the lowest ECONOMY DRY Goons STORE Why dont you get in some guesses n our election contest A ticket for very dollar spent with us Ask tr CoIMisses and Chil revs Furs every brought to Ohio County See them ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE A complete line of Mens Leaks Youths and Childrens Hamilton frown Shoes every pair guaran eed can be found at Sam Bachs TilE REPUHUCAN is prepared to I hake cards of any description for all andidates at very reasonable prices Ve are expecting your patronage The contractors began putting down he rock on the Hartford road Monday About thirty teams are engaged In hauling the stone from Beaver Dam d At 12 oclock Mondav Miss V oln 9 Bennett died at her home in the Washington neighborhood Her reo t mains were intered in the Alexander lemetery Tuesday morning at tenI clock I hoI Claudls Render Centertown has for the past few weeks been un j ler the treatment ol a Loulsvill physician returned to his home Mon Iiay He is getting along as welt asj be expectedIThe Hon W P Marsh of Anderson county addressed a reasonably good crowd at the Court House Monday in the interest of the Populist ticket j Mr Marsh is an able speaker and he nddressr I LOSTOne black bird dog 3 or 4 ears old Has been or 4 OflSmokej be liberally rewarded Address I IeWUliamsj J W Miller of t e Rosine neigh iI borhood while attending his stock f i 4breakingev rat of his front teeth He came to Hartford for treatment Dr E W I Ford set his broken jaw and Dr J R Pirtle the dentist reset all his teeth that were not too bidly injured t the sevenyear old son of 1Char1ey E Butler of the Shieve t neighborhood while riding one of I the farm mules to a neighbors house nearby the first of the week happen ed to a very severe accident Some tone fired a gun near The mule be came frightened and threw the boy J relsuit1 along very well I t Mrs Della Galloway Irvlngton is the guest ol Mrs J B Foster Supt DeWeese began his annual visit to the schools of the county Monday Dont Mil to see the New Millinery I at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 2 00 and 250 Beauties MRS SARA COLLINS I t The registration in Hartford and in all parts ot the county was well at tended Tuesday A good many vot I ers were volunaily absentfrom their voting places some were unable to I attendon account of sickuess ann will have to register with the County Clerk They will however be re quired to make oath that they were necessarily absent from the city of their residence were unable to attend on account of illness of themselves or some member of their fimlly before theywill be entitled to register with the County Clerk The Hartford Masonic lodge has purchased the old Hartford House hotel building and will in the near future remodle it for lodge hall a d business apartments The buiHing after it is rehauled will be only two stories instead of three as it is now The lower part will be fitted up in everal rooms for business purposes while the upper part will be convert ed into a large and commodious hall in which several orders beside the Masons will likely convene It will ba large enough and will perhaps be fitted so that it can be usedas a pub lie ball While digging a ditch preparatory to laying a drainage pipe to A C raylor1 new business house Tuesday a six by eight inch piece of timber vas found abUt seven feet uuder the ground in the center of Hartfords Main street It was at first a mystery 3ut later some of the old citizens- a ed the matter up They say that vlthln the past forty years there was t great slue at the very place where I Main street now is It went from here through the north side of the own to Rough creek There is no ign of the slue nor anything left to remind future generations that it ever existed except where it entered the cre- ekoSaleIOue and onehalf miles from the ubllc mines sixtysix acres of road and good seven room house I plenty of out buildings everlasting cater in porch and in the horse lot aso some good young heifers log I ragon 225 egg Incubator new at half trice several pure blood barred ply- mouth i rock cockerels 100 and up 1 lot of pure blood leghorn cockeelsi 50 cents and up Phone 132 E M MILLERj i Stq McHenry KyI e Nov tReidyZ- 4 Our complete line of Fall Merchandise in larger E4 quantities than ever before is now ready for the icareful inspection of our customers and friends tr The fashionable buyer will find in our several de riiserviceshave given their time and study to the suiting 1i and fashioning of stylish merchandise for stylish purchasers tOur Pridewith pleasure the increasing popular g ity of our Millinery department The popular f management has been retained and is showing the + grertest collection of Millinery attractions this county has ever known One must see this line 2to have any conception either of its extent or the I striking originality of the artists in charge who are the avowed leaders of effective productions in every detail a Our ClotHing e corn5 Overcoats and while yet young in this department t we are receiving a volume of business of which 3 imuch older firms would he proud Our line is just the thing the people need and we invite your jf + early inspection of this great department tOtHer LinesIn fact our whole house is replete in every branch with the newest and best things the mark ets have to offer We have given each branph our special attention and special efforts trying to re member in our buying that we deal directly with c people whom we wish to serve honestly and lion rorably Come to McHenry and bring your fami t ly and friends and spend a day and we will show you as a business firm that we are amply able to serve you in each department in a way you will appreciateS t McHenry Ky M4 44 Quick Sales and Small Profits Is our motto Read the following prices see our goods and the rest is easy HamiltonBrown Shoes A good heavy working Shoe for 100 Fine Shoes100 and up Ladies Shoes 100 and up Childrens Shoes at very low prices 15 Black Clay Worsted Suits oSl20 Black Cheviot Suits ixes 25 to 4230012 Youths Suits sizes 11 to lt1225 12 Boys Suits sizes G to 15 75 30 pairs Corduroy Pantssixes 32 to 42 100 Mens Heavy Overalls and Jackets 00 Mens Fine Shirts at1tcand up I Dress Goods 111 Calico5cHea-vy Factory Cotton 5c Good Bleach Cotton 5e Heavy Bed Ticking15uHeavy Hickory ShirtingcSuspenders ne liens Socks 5e Ladies Hose 5e Childrens Hose 5u 7 Handkerchiefs for 25r Suit of Underwear for len15e 50 Ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts at 300 Former price 500 to 000 each Molls Latest Hats atlOO and up We also handle a fine Ino of Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Carpets Mattings and anything else kept in a firstclass dry goods Store and prices as cheap as the cheapest Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that it isI to your interest to tde with us SAM BACH Hartford t y 4 1 Congress UUM I t 1 A t REPUBLICAN VICTORIES From Lincoln to the Presen day Partys Identity Freeing of Bondage Humanity Spanish Oppre sedICuba lly Viilter 1 Ballard The victories of the Republics party what are they Some ot them have been achieved In war but mor- In peace All have been gained by that unity of purpose and effort which always animates every Republcat heart when his countrys honor or Interests are at a stake Contrary to the Democratic party our ranks are always broken In the hour of nation al political conflict and our marks men always stand shoulder to should- on the fireinp line Such a conflict Is now on Fo ammunition let us turn to a brief recital of some of the Republican vIc- tories of past years First and fore most among those many victories will forever stand that victory for which the Immortal Lincoln gave his lifethe abolition of slavery was cursing our fair country and 1Is1 honoring our Hag It was not the advent with the first election of Lincoln of the activity of the Repub- lIcan party that this great problem was seriously taken up for settlement The Republican party fighting for the Union against Southern seces slon forced the abolition question to an acute stage and then the great heart and the willing pen of a Repub lican President gave freedom to four million people Was not that a vie tory really grater than that of Gettysburg though without Gettysburg and the many other sacrifices of Northern and Southern blood that victory would not have been possible For all time the victory ot the abolition of the slavery stands to the credit of the Republican party Then thirtyseven years later came another cry for help Cuba fair fertile Cuba ground Into the dust by the four centuries of Spanish greed held and another Republican President another American martyr to the cause of liberty and good gov ernment William McKinley of undying fame listened to the cry Was the cry for help disregarded by this Republican President No It was listened to by William McKinley and that great soul moved toward the right as It always did Peace ful measures for relief were tried till hope could try no more Then goaded by Spanish treachery In the blowing up of the Maine war for Cubas freedom was declared and Cuba Is free All honor to our brave navy and army for the glorious work they In this war for freedoms sake did at the bidding of a Republican President Time will not permit to name all the heroes ol that war but the names of Dewey Sampson Schley and Wainwright oc cur to our minds together with that of the brave and bold man who stands foremost on the worlds stage today the Rough Rider of San Juan Hill Theodore Roosevelt For all time the victory of freeing Cuba stands to the credit of the Republican patty But there are other victories than those of war Bluely more than a I generation ago a Republican Secretary t ol State with the farseeing vision common to Republican statesmen saw that the most despotic power In the worldRusslaby Its possession of Ala ka might some day be a men ace to our Pacific coast Alaska was bought by Mr Seward and the Re publican party and instead of being a menace it stands as a sentinel guarding American Interests In the Northern Pacific and the Arctic oceans With diplomatic relations between ourselves and Russia cute as they are today by reason of the RunsoJnpincse war Is there not omfort in the fact that Alaska is ours For all time the peacefully ac quiring Alaska stands to the credit of the Republican party For more than a half century past American Interests and the American people have demanded a canal to connect the waters of the Atlantic with the waters of the Pacific On the trade advantagers to ourselves of such a canal we need not enlarge of its immeasurable advantage to the Unit ed States in time of war we are all Democrats and Republicans agreed of its early construction there has been no doubt since the recent day when h the Republican party at the hands of J tli Rnmthllnan Dtak DhR gave to our nation the American Pan ama canal For all time the victory of the Panama canal will stand to tbe credit of the Republican party When we acquired the Philippine and Porto Rico we found school privileges practically nonexistent Only six years have passed and today over 300000 Filipino and Porto Rican children are receiving American edu cation and singing the songs of free dom In the Anglo American language For all time the victory of Inaugura ting the system under which these children are being fitted for eventup American citizenship stands to the credit of the Republican party Another Republican Secretary of State saw that American trade lr China was being restricted by the greed of other nations and by a series of clever diplomatic moves he has se cured for us a commercial open door In China For all time the victory of the open door In Chins stands to the credit of John Hay and the Republican partyIWhen the first Republican President Abraham Lincoln was elected In 1861 we had 122000 factories with iooo 000 workers Now under the prc tective tariff we have 600000 fac tories with 7000000 workers Flit all time 477000 factories and 6oon 000 workers stand as a victory to the credit to the protective Tariff and thl Republican party Since te birth of Republican ad ministration in iSGo saving bank de posits have Increased by nearly 31 000000 annual exports by ovri j 300000 bank clearings by Si 13000 000000 yearly money circulation 2122000000 values of farm proper ty by 15000000000 factory capital by 9300000000 steam ralrads by 184000 miles telephone lines an en tire Increase of over 1000000 miles States of the Union from thirtyone fortyfive and so on through the long long list of material advantages For all time the credit of the victory In achieving these mighty results stands with the fiscal policies of the Republican party The end of the last four years Democratic rule found us with Inc tories closed or half closed with more than two millions of willing workers out of work with empty cupboards and families suffering with overstocked shelves and falling mer chants with empty houses unpaid rents and unproductive real estate with business shattered and public credit threatened with 262000000 added to our public debt and no new assets to show for it with capital afraid and labor in want with every one asking what further calamity will happen next This wa defeat bitter dire defeatafter a four years battle under Democratic gener alship Then William McKinley was elected commanderinchief ot the army of industrial America His first order of the day was protection to American industries and American labor Instantly as if by the mag ic wand of an enchanter factories opened up Idle workers got work cupboards filled and families rejoiced merchants began to sell their goods lad pay their bills savings bink prospered and multiplied j houses sold end rented back rents were paid and real estate was once more a produc tive asset business confidence was rc Inrn and the public credit was strengthened Government bonds were paid off instead of additional ones bring ifsued capital lost Its Fear and labor was no longer hungry md everyone was saying God bless William McKinley For all time the credit for this great victory on behalf of industrial America stands RelpublicanNow the battle for the protection of hat protective Tariff is again on The attack must be again repulsed tot a breech must be permitted in the walls of labors citadel ot protec ion The ramparts must be manned I by able marksmen who shall shoot to kill Our men are ready our guns I ire ready ammunition is plenty and Ictory Republican victory will gain he ours when the sun goes lown on November S db BetterThan Pills The question has been likedIn what way are Chamberlains Stomach iiid Liver Tablets superior to tin or liuary cathartic and liver pills Our j newer isThey are easier and more pleasant to take and their eflect is so gentle andso agreeable that one hardly realizes that it is produced by 1 medicine Then they not only love the bowels but improve the petite and aid the digestion For lie at 25 cents per bottle by all drug Jh BiG DEMOCRAT DOLT- Robert Treat PaineJrof Boston Twice His Partys Nominee For Governor Will Vote For President Roosevelt Because of His Consistency- and Fairness Robert Trent 1iitne Jr who bus twice Teen this IXinucrutk nomine for governor of MnstmcuusottH hUll an iioumtd lib Intention to bolt the Lteiu ovnitlc party The only ground which ho nmioimws for tils bolt at prvsHMil is the IWKVO question although he says that tie ratty have something furthei to say later on In a slpiisl statement Mr Iuliut says I HIM gulag to vote for HOI ellt I ant democrat uomh still to feel that 1 want the IlrllIllII1uf this country to- lll democrat enough to meet any man I whose character deserves It at any function 1 have ufyself dined with Hooker Washington and would eau sider It a privilege again to dt so huts nut this dilemma face Mr Parker If elected president null if there were In Washington a gathering tit the most eminent educators In this country among whom Hooker alIIington would 1c Inevitably classed and the president wished naturally eiinuli to show due nvogultUm and honor ti this gathering and Invited them to tli White House would lie bar 1tlOl1 Washington Would he discriminate against him Ixvause of race or color t Would he have a Jim lrllw pantry Khlnd the house to which Hooker I Washington might IM shunted oft On the other hand If 1arker tit president should ask Hooker Washing ton to the White pulse would not the I whole south again raise the cry that they had been litink Mil In their 11111I didate This Is outyauc of my SOILS fur desiring to vote for President Uousevelt but cotnliu of abolition stock aunt Ixlnn IMIMI and bred Huimb Ileum tills aspect of the case dueS have much weight with me 1 confess THE PROMOTER OF PEACE irtHiiieiit UiitltUtl to ThnnkN of All KuropeI- Krom tin South bend Ind TrlUino Here Is a gentleman who knows what he Is talking alMtiit and he Is outspoken and emphatic in his laud tion of lIt Idelit Koosevelt as a pro muter of International inaco Huron dKstouniBllw of lrance was foremost lu the movement which led to the An gloFrench treaty thus assurhig a permanent good understanding between two powers that had IKHMI for genera lions mute or less at odds The baron expected to attend the international IKMICU congress In Koston next month but now feuds himself unable to do so owing to the approaching elections In France In writing to explain his Inability to tie present mid expressing ve Bret ut his detention the baron says I hud uojHtl at Boston to recognize publicly the grand and decisive serv ices rendered to the cause of Interna tional arbitration by the United States rind particularly by President Koose volt Mutter thou tiny one I know that the court of The Hague stood deserted abandoned and ridiculed until the day when ho hull the courage generosity and foresight to save It This net alone hits entitled him to the thanks for his pnoitlc and llleral spirit of all Kuropo This statement Is rather confusing to the Democrats who are picturing tin president as breathing threatcnlngs mild slaughter and Inviting trouble In fiery direction And what is more It Is till truth while the Democratic at nets lire mere partisan misrepresenta tion SlKMK ShirtN und Self ovtrrmiMMit From the New York Sun Tim lion George F Parker chief of Iterary department Is Issuing till Jemocratlc campaign text lkk on Uie nstnllmeiit plan The Installment rc eased today contains various matter iibout tilt Philippines For exniupk The wants of the average native tic few He consumes no malt or dlsi lllcd liquors eats lint little meat Ills lief consisting chlelly of rice tumid fish ills clothing while stitllclont for deceit cy Is scout consisting of pantaloons mi undershirt and a combination of shirt and coat worn outside of the pail taloons and n hat nude of native ITUBS The ordinary lMliplno goes bare oote4- LThere must I L some tmttlo cry here but we cant hear It Is It Beer and ndopendence for the Philippines w Shoes shirts and self government for till Philippines t ISa combination of shirt and colt forbidden by the Jherman antitrust lass Some mysterious campaign unite rlnl IIcllu the apparently harmless as ertion that since 1011 there hns been all average of at least one destructive urtlujuiike every twenty years Mr arker ought to prove that Imperial Ism tiny Increased the number of earth ItiukosPago 21U teaches us that as tho Vtiwrlcun tinny was withdrawn tIw lIlt of malt liquors decreased Is this 1111 attack on the army or the Filipinos or beer Mr Parker might Lave released its Installment earlier It Is not vio lent A Tinkers Oompalva From tho Evening Mall Tom Watson did not cover the whole ran whehwt 4- AWsw u nI U n form of the Peoples party In ISM stealing that of the Republican party In 1JHOJ how tan Democratic leaders now pretend to lend U iittrty bused tijwn convictions A fresh pro gramme of borrowing la announced by Itrynn lie culls It engrafting new doctrine on the party creed Moan wlillo the party as Wendell Phillips would say Is prepared to borrow from all iniarters high and low north and pouth friend timid tot It Is not a party at all It Is u thing of shreds anti patchoa It will put on and takeoff It will purloin without apology and discard without ceremony It Is prepared to resurrect an Issue today noel ivlnter It tomorrow funeral cere monies omitted It wears nothing of Its own except the Issues of antiIm perialism and niitlmllltarlsm and they are nut garments at till They are the corements of sham plnuitoinH Robbed tho Grave A startling incident is narrated hv John Oliver of IMiiliulelplm as fill lowsIII was in an awtnl condition lIIkill was almost yellow eyes sun ken tongue coated pain continually in buck and side no appetite grow ing weaker tiny by day Three pity stouts lead tiiveii me tip Then Iwn advised tu use Kleotric lSitturt to mv great joy the fir t holtlo made it de cided impnivemetit IcoulorcI lilt it muse for three week and an now a well nuts I know H rv rl lied the yrtivc another viriini OuIly 50 teals vruaiipteed t ZIlltGriflin it liras nit sltne m Very Likely Rh l hIII H rt r- lieN totl iU the fr iln n ihit tlo h came tiiiblic propit N always tuigtiitiett rtdtqtHiely to w k up f r the whle IGood For Children to take and luuinlc One Minute Ciigli Cure gives insant relict in allcases ut Cough Croup sad LiiCJiippe IK CHUM it dues not pass immediately into the etomucli hut takes effect right at the seat of trouble It draws out tlic intlamnia tion henls and eOtlies and cures i permanently br enabling the lungs to contribute pure liftgiving stud life 1111111tiBro tni BEST FOR THE- BOWELS lthymovementoftitbowels bowel open and bo well Force Inthehsl ot violent pbytle or pill potion U dllnoroul Th keellogtheCANDYI I EAT EM LIKE CANDY Plant rnlntublf Potent Tate OixxJ Do Good NeTr filckn Woakru or Orlp i lo nand 60 cent per MS write for tree s ampie and booklet on health A lilro 413 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New Yerk KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN WeaKHearts Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigos lion It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol htart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ beoomes diseased Mr D Kauble cf Nevada 0 says I had stomach trouble and was In a bad stata n I had heart trouble wIth It I took Kodol Dyspwsta Care for about tom month and It cured ms Kodol Digests What Yea Eat andrelieves the stomach of 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Colorado Utah an thePacific CoasI DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals i Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRONir s ROUTE Via HEi PRISrc ttEotARAmi Points iart lies KEXiG eel AUCC NiP SERVICEBlNING Carte ELECTRIC LIGI1TED TRAINS fa rstTJir lsrrilcn idnrllilni MJllir Etc tutu R T G MATTHEWS TalhulgtRoom 202 EjuIljtU Bldg lOUIJtlUE K- TJ C TOWtlBENO c r 4T aarSTI0IS Subscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 8125 IN The Rum linen nit to ot WCCCLV the total Ohio for ai ut utcctlon liutd 10Ot HERE IS WE To Our huhtreri glue In Tiw uiKantio inul lmlltTo ono n nIsteart- rect futtiiiutu ot usiKl tot il KJeooToTo Third Notot arOd Tu Fourth N Mir tt IOOO Fifth NiturtHt JnorntevcutlTo Ilthlh JIIII To Ninth Nrarust SO To Tenth Harvest d3 To ort aot Ncurcxt 610 nl II l 300U To Nxt all 21tIn nil 775 Awnril- aniuouiitlnut SIOGH If liny suh Nc r houl1lnfurn Oct 1 1JOl estttuntu tho a x set total vote them will lio t III uddltlunula- wotmt of OJlU A grand Totnl of CSIUMMI award fur exart i tlmato bnwetn Ut I ant Nv s m atiii niMul to tht first award for tho mart t m tlmate making a total of 2500000But If tho exact otimato In Hubmitted irlor tl ht 1 11- q cclul award of X n IP oi trtd making u toul of i3Io THE VOTE II PREVIOUS PnfSIOENTiat ELeCTIONS better enable the of The The Wttkly lazittc to the tlcunH iirovloun years btfon thun the follow In flcures are clvvn to vote In Ohio for fresh Ident the United States for the IKSS to the lust Presidential rloctlon 1S 3 W182S 181G 1020107 117 DeWKtts J SalveIFor Piles Burns C M IIAIIXTT r i SMITH BARNET SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAIITKOKII KY Will IlffllUrtllllIrIloll In sill IhncourtM Olio and IllnllllliIIIIIIIIo 11I1IUIi rio AIK Spiilnl nttiii tloii Khan to nil liiinlniTKiiitriiifil to tliilr euro CulliiIIfIIIIII1 the 1rntlrc mil friar Ilinliiliil Hiiil INtiih liivv Olllnlti ItlIlllllAN Iluadhi z- FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HAItTI lI It IllWill priu tlio IH iriifiwnl n In olilii nut 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Inthreourt toIilllliwl lly ilmie In ennrtluN- JrYANCY i L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW jnartfo Kentucky will irnctln IN lrll11I1I in nil tlu rnnrtMnf Ohio and luljuliiliitf i initiiii iitnl In tin Court nl Anpliiiilx 11ntlrS Inlillr Jdlr uvrr Flrt SIIIIIIIIIII Dttll 1 Early Risers Tho famous little plllc q A STUDY GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 5OOOaQOabove hoe lint 1I111dcbv THe CINCINNUTI CnVrUfKnini TfllBUNC to be distributed awtrijn tho ub3orlber THE COtllHCHCiat TtltUUHC or THE KINCINftjan uniCrre whi antlmata oClit oanf In the Strata of President flue Unlttiii Ktatos the to tio Nov 8 WHAT OFFER Who En w1 iniikltiK To nut Neururt Nearest g5Enalu The withdrawn To rvadern Comniorclal Trlbutio and have of show total of yearn from 18S8MltHl 1r41n19ta IIH SiirlnltliH 111 r11I1I CONDITIONSIt thrc In n tie In the r tliiiti f of two nr toots I iiwi i fi rail uiii of ill un itMiim iiuinl or fir the i 1111 iiMnrii11f i1 i 11 1b iini Irr ttAlt I yuh ilivl 1 In I iKi tt MI and I nvarit a II m ih nxi 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pm ItOm 1lrtldlltcTfJ rtelun1 rMurtifd lo tomlor illtlicr Fiilimlttcil with the fnutt n ciuluil Htinlttnncfi whether tiy cxjin + t orilr mon y m1ir or chuck muct iiri nni my very tfllnuilK amt l ma i iy alto to Mil Commercial Trilium Mull ionunimuatli IP thoultl IHI dlrvrtiA to the Mnnarer of Tim ITomnnrcUI Trlliuno Award Hurmu 1 O llox 111 riiulnnnti O After nn estIl late has INn rowlvcd tend nKlBtvnit no chnnKec therein will N ixrniltttdA- rknowlfdCTncnt of all rMilttnnevn rfiMvod for eatt mutttt will tin nvido OH iTi mitly on 1 o Ilio- Acontfi rollcltoM and mjiloywu have PI authority to mnko any repnncntatloim t r pnimljtiH with reftniico to the terms of this eontatanti for Ui Mrurint of riirwantlnK ortlmntt the ntrcnti nolicllors and cmployrr of The I Commorplnl Trlliuno shall be taken to be the agent of the ubcrltr eotlmatlnK and not of The Commercial Tribune Them rondttlonii conntltutn tho entlro contract and are sublet to no modification zvhatsover and every eubstrlbrr competing In this contest aswnts tlivreby to the con tfltlonK The Ofllclal Certlfleato of the Secretary of the Slate of Ohio hall be conclusive M to the total number of votes cnut After the recent of the Official Certtnratft an Impartial committee nelerted by heCommercial Tribune will determine the winners and Its award will tin rubllhnl In The Commercial Tribune for throo days after which time In the abfonc of objection the awards will he distributed anti thIs distribution ahall be final and absolute and binding on nil artlcliianti In the contest orteubocrlptton blanks and further Information address the Manager of run nnyycDoin roiDliiyc iiviDn IIDEIII emox i IInGU mmI and ollir 11 iroiliiii Ith Ht kidu 1 ii ht iuivcl ARGON OIL H ill rn d y itS cilia is iiitirvuluus rdicvinu almost inHUmily Try it and it you lilt not salislicd your money will be cheer 1 fullyreh11I1 Ask you Druggist 25c 50c I ARGON 011iCoII 130 Vest Main St Louisville Ky rll w rABUUEDUCATION onnf fluntaB or young woiniiu who would win success in life This lieing conceded u it is of first importance to get your training at the schools that stand in the very front rank- BRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Loulsvillo Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven cxpirkiced teachers each ore a special SHORTHAND ist in his line Write for a beautiful hook giving TYPEWRITING tentimonialH from graduates occupying prominent I 1r positions all over the United Statesit will he mailed to you tHEE School open all the year Students can enter at tiny tiiw E J WRIGHT rewlclont t J OUR CLUBBING RATES Into RK MIUJCAX old Louisville Honild 125 Till RKunuoAX and Louisville Herald 250 Tllg RK TUMCAX mindutuierJutuIllil 150 Till JU TIIUCAX and ThricuaWeolc World 105 lull RK THLICAX and YellowJacket L25- UK HEltBIICX and St Louis HoboDemocrat 175 TilE UK TIUICAX till Mollie and Farm 125 Till UK IltiicAN and Linpencotts and Cosmopolitan 1125 ie w JMta Sfiw4 1 Manless LandJiLandless Man 4Yht rC D r T J And for him whose acreage is limited because he cultivates a high priced farm There are vast tracts IN THEGREATSOUTHWEST Within stones throw of farms In the highest state of cultivation which ore practically manless and can be secured at one fifth to one teath the market price price per Here of and Old State farm Write for Illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Okahoma or Texas Very Low Round Trip Ratesf To any southwestern point every Tuesday In September and the ist and 3rd Tuesday In Octobsr and ocmberI Geo H Lee u 10 leant II Irok1k Itl PI H I McGuire list18i 1r nt- 1IIIlIlIlItIO Y Constipationma- kes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the f system in good condition by taking F1ONsIYER ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep the 1 Roses in Your Checks VjU Complete Treatment 250 n all dealers roe actZll IJulatger CO St o Pario1atThe Modern tonlcR dose before each meal will make you feel t Rtrong and well PANOLA has no equAl for Indigestion Dyspepsiac f CatArrh of the HeRd Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys r Ln Grippe and general debility Made by the LmTCIIl1IEf1l PIIAR MACAL Co Inc For sale by t J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1111 11 d114- v 11111 1 X11 I r W Regular term Monday Sept 5 1904 Election to reguat eta k running at large It appearing to the satiifiction of the Court that for Fl cnl Court ol Ohio county by a iaj pity of the member composing the i mne has heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running of star k at large In Ohio county shad be confined to voting precincts In said county and it further appearing that Cal P Keown and fortysix othir legal votes o last llartorl voting precinct W A Clatk amid twentyone other lega voters of the Sulphur Springs voting ptccinct J L Ralph and twenty two other legal voters ol Ralph voting precinct Jamss Ashley and thirtythree other legel voters ol Beda voting precinct Ben Newton and fortyfour other legal voters oi Buford precinct J M MuUett and twentyfive other legal voters of Ma gan precinct J II Loyd and twenty other legal voters of AetnavMe pre cinct E F Smith and twentyfive other legal voters of Bartletts precinct W H Carter and thirtythree other legal voters of Narrows voting precinct E It Qulsenberry and twentyfour other legal voters of West Fordsvllle voting precinct P K Newton and sixty other legal vot ers of East Fordsvllle voting pretlnct W P Taylor and twentytwo other legal voters of Herbert precinct and W R Chapman and nineteen other legal voters of East Beaver Dam pre cinct have filed their several petitions praying an election to he held in their respective voting peclncts at the regular election November 8 194 for the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters In each of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run ct large in said precincts or any of them and It appearing that said petitioners have deposited with the Ohio County Court the sum of 500 to defray the expense of the election in each pre cinct It IR therefore ordered and ad judged that said question be submit ted to the voters of said precincts at said time and the officers of election in each of the precincts herein named are hereby directed to open a poll at each and all of the voting places in said precincts in Ohio County Ky for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters upon the question whether or not they shall permit cat tle generally to run at large in respect Ive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall be published at least twenty days before the said election in at least four Issues of a paper pub lishing in said county having the largest br na fide circulation in Ohio County And the County Clerk is ordered and directed to have printed on the ballots for each of said precincts the question For or against the running atlarge of cattle in precinct Ohio County Kentucky naming the precinct upon each poll book A copy attest M S RAGLAND C O C C By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the aoove order I Cal P Keown Sherifl of Ohio County will cause a poll to be opened In each of the voting precincts therein nam ed on November 8 1904 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters ofsaid precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be per mitted to run at large in said precincts CAL P KBOWN S O C Hartford Ky Sept 7 1904 S A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees ville mud when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his lite saved bj Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable ago nies from Asthma but yeur New Dis covert gave me immediate reliefand soon thereafter effecteda complete cure Similar cures of Consump tion Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price r0c and 8100 Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug gists Trial bottle free m 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 rate from St Louis to San Fran isco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov ensign Grand Lodge 1 O 0 F ep tember next Liberal stop overs in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August 15 to epterabsr 10 limited I sonally conducted to an Francisco topsititfrI et Agents or addrevi R T G Matthews T P A Room 31 Norton nidp Louisville KvII A Remarkable Exposure The marvel ol the present political campaign is the revelation oi a man It was thought that time Democrats had nomiracd a solid old judge as n candidate Now it is known that through all the recent years he hat been but the foxy political manager of the foxy Hill He has ben forced by circumstances to come out of th underbrush and now the country knows him for what he is The man has gone to New York city to take charge of his own cam paign This was to be expected He couldnt help it But think of what has been revealed A man nominat ed for President who has been but the adroit henchman and manipulator for a politician who has never been a statesman Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salve you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cure Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 2oc and guaranteed to give satisfaction by H Wayne GrIffin Bros Druggist m Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale dally Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado p rings and Pueblo Colat t rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 31st for return B VAN METER Agt Larklns Stringer should be a hap py and contented man Hawkins Why do you think so LarkinsHe passes twothirds of his time flushing and the other third lying about it Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver troubles physi cians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store m Naturally TomSo you are going to marry that little widow eh JackYes its all settled Tom Well you have my best wishes but I wouldnt want to be a womans second husband JackThats all right old man Id rather be her second husband than her first Pill Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what pill pleasnre is These famous pills cleanse the the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects they do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to the tissues and organs of the stom ach liver and bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A Joke Spoiled- Do you see that tramp YesYou wouldnt think he was my brother would yon Oh I dont know Well he isnt Many Mothers of a Like Op- Inion Mrs Pilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was sub ject to croup of a severe type and the giving of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy promptly always brought relief Many mothers in this neighborhood think the same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their children For sale by all druggists m A Political Romanc- eI hear that Miss Westerns engage ment Is broken Yes It was quite sudden The engagement or the break Both the engagement made the family jump and when they sat down they sat on the idea How was that Well you see Judge Parker had r I Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or richblack Use good business reasons for wishing to stand well with Mss WallStreet and he naturally felt rather cautious about courting Miss Western at the same time so he allowed his bosom friend Dave Hill to manage the affair for himSort I ol Cyrone game eh Precisely Well Hill knew that Miss Western and her people wouldnt stand for any nonsense so he said nothing about the previous engage theenever been really and tru ly in love before Did they find out You wait and see After the en gagement had been announced and congratulations were in order some body happened to mention Miss Wall Street to the Judge and said he so that everybody heard him It She is the only woman I ever rraMy loved It must have been hard on the Western girl It was and it was the kind of episode you cant hush up So they let it go on until the day of the wedding and then when the Judge and his best man were all ready and wait- Ing the bride failed to appear Eloped with another Not at all she simply staid at hom- esThe Smart Set magazine willenter tain you Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago IIIon Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will bs issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company at the 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 Railrcad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the four days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is tosay between 900 a m and 500 p 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 will be car ried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH A HACKSTAEF Secy FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address THE REPUBLICAN The Queens Muff When Queen Alexandria heard how the moles were destroying orops In Wales she ordered a moleskin muff They became the rage and the moles are nearly exterminated RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Tliu TI rent packet Is enuughfur iixtiulocciiHlom Tho family bottle 10uentsl contnlna utnijipy or a year All druggists soil them BUCKINGHAMS DYE IIring an or nawoisre oa J r tour GO siaaj Z r j Cumberland TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the mutter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition B PI NOWLIN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance oho County Circuit Court TF IllrkhcuO Judge lien U lUiigoAttorney TII lllnck Jailer Ed 0 IlnrrnM Clerk Trunk K ltllx Miuter Com mlssIonerY I Motley Trim tea Jury Fund Cu V Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff V Keown Cliireneo Kcovvn Jo 11 Itobvrta Sam Keown t27 rCotirtconveneHflrntMon day In Mnrcli nnil AtiKUnt and continues three weekunud third MonUnj In May und November two weeks County Court J 1 Jllller Judge MS hag und Clerk W II llarnes Attorney Hartford SCourt convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court HegliiH on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of ClulniH Convenes first Monday In Jam nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers J II Wood Surveyor Cernlvu Frank Lone Assessor lledn James DeWvette School Superintendent Hartford lieu L Davis Coroner Sulphur Springs Tiaoticas Coiarte II F Hudson Heaver Uaui February llS May IS August 31 November UeoW Martin llaltetown February 12 M n y 14 August 20 November IS- Juo M Graham Narrows February 28 May 3 August 2l November T A Kvaus Fordsvlllc Juuuary 1C May 7 August 27 November 5- J1 Hicks lluford February 7 May 0 Aug ust 12 November 7 W A Hone Centertown February II May 11 August 2 ir November II II J Wilcox llockport February 20 May G August 25 November 1- 4SXartford DPellco Court Jno II Wilson Judge C K Smith City Attorney S I Darnett Marshal Court convene second Monday In eachmonth Rellgiours CuxvicCm MK Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 p m and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening flew WTIMillerlastor- Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday und Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening llev J H lIurnettIJl1storC Services first Sunday In each month atll am und 71 lu Itev J D liar nod pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Steven D M Hocker J U U Car sun Jon C lllley Town Trustees Ilowan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk DrS J Wedding W S Tlnsley Ae Taylor Cocrot Oociotieo A O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 175 Ft A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough River Lodge No 110 Knights of 1ythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 G A II bold reg ular meetingsSaturday beforeflrst Sunday In each month Blame No One But Yourself- if You Dont Get Well When SicK All we can do Is give advice Of course thats easy But our advice Is really worth a little more to you than most peoples for we otter to give you the first bottle of our medicine free If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince in the poor house Dr Mlles Nervine however as years of experience have proved Is a medi cine that cures the sick Those whom It cannot benefit less than one In ten thousandwe profit to refund their money All we nsk of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twitchinGs melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we wore compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieve him wo avo Dr Mlles Nervlno n trial Ten months treatment with Nervlno and perfecthealthMRDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREE Writo us and we will mall Dr Miles AntlPaln Trial Pills Fthesow Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you whnt Is wrong and how to Absolutely Free- Addrcos DR MILES CO- Lai301ATOa1I1S JBLKUART U- Aj t r Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 UNKNOWN WOMAN Gives Birth to a Baby in a Henderson Hotel Monday She Says She Lives at Owensboro But Will Not Give Her Name Henderson Ky Oct 4A wont ao whose name is urkayvr bscnui the mother of a biby at Amiei lIo t tel on Second street Monday There were no clothes for the liar stronger and some ol the good ladies f of the city supplied the very necessary articles The story as toll was to the effect that this Animn got off of a train ti few days ngo and took lot ilg at Amiets Hotel She lead with her two children the oUtst being a golden huired lassie about the age of three The other child is about fit teen months old There is something apparent mysterious about her ppearauce Kerr is parties who have talked with htt i iy that she declined to give aer name and that she said her hus oand was dead She is quoted a saying that she was on her way tr rlsit friends and at some point about Owenibiro How far above Owersboro It was not stated OB an investigation of her wardrobe or rather her trunk it was found trial she had what might be called a suffi clency of good clothes The two oldest children were taken tu charge by some ladies who looked alter them in the matter of redressing nnd baths The fiteen months old child was also given a ride in a baby buggy and was appearantly as chip per as a lark and crowed loud an- drk a Democratic rooster THREE FORKS Oct 3J H Phillips and wife spent last Sunday with R T Coxt family on Buck creek There was a large crowd from here attended the show in Bowling Green last Tuesday Clay Keeth of Little Muddy Butter county spent one night last week with W M Finneys family Henry Lawrence was in Bowling Green last week oa business Miss Nannie Boatman returned from Allen county last Sunday after spending a week with friends and rel atives W S Chapman and son Anther nre visiting friends and relatives at Nohole Barren county Toe McDaniel and familyof the Mammoth Cave were the pleasant nests of friends here last week H B Parker was iriedlnErq Serles court for breach of the peace The fine and ci st was 16 We are needing rain very bid Farmers cant sow wheat on account of the land being so dry Real estate has changed bands considerable of late P T Dillingham cold to J V Moulder J E Moulder sold the Buch Hood farm to Lige Boatman Cecil Dunn sold the Medow farm to Btooks Dassey 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 limited to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec 2nd These tickets not good in sleep sag cars S B VAN METER Agt MATANZAS Oct 5 The sit k in this commu nlty are all convalescent The farmers are very busy cuttingI corn and sowing wheat Mrfl Hnldah Casebier and son Perry and little grand son Samuel Lee Sohapmlre of Hartford were the guests ol relatives hire last Sunday Mrs Mabel Richards of Thebes 11 In visiting friends and relatives here Jonas Render and wife of Rockport were tle greslsof Hon A B Tich nor and family last Sunday Born to the wife of Ferda Bidwell in tht 22nd a boy n SMALLHOUS jet 4Mr nd Mrs D A Hill ana little daughter are visiting rela tives in Texas Mrs Lou Overhults spent Satur day night and Sunday with her son and family near South Carrollton jlU a crowd left here lor the ds of I WotHs Fair at St Louis Sunday I morning viz Mr and Mrs Clinton Igleheart Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Mrs Jay C Drake Misses Debbie Taylor Lclii Hunter Alke Fulker son and Om Maddux Messrs Clarence Overhults Wayne Overhulti Owen Hunter Berry Taylor Ben ROSA Ott Klnibley aid Worth Ful kersonMiss Sillle Hunt has returned front a visit to relatives at Rockport- Mr Arthur Hunt is at home on the sick list Mr and Mrs Rabat Hunter went to Centertotvn Monday Born to the wife of Mr James Jackson recently a big girl The farmers of this vicinity are qUIte busy cutting corn rind making Sorghum molasses LAST OF THE SEASON 150 Indianapolis and Return 1aO Via Big Four Route Sunday October Sth Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville at S oclock a in Re turning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at 7 oclock p in Get Tickets at City Ticket Office 159 4th Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Genl Agt Pass Dept RENDER Ot iMtr Simon Jonts Jno S Spence and S B Filmore were In Central City one day last week Mrs Jno S Spence and Mrs W S Greer were In Beaver Dant shop plug one day list week Police Judge Francis and Mr Jno Jones were in Beaver Dam one day list week Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leltch field was here on business one day last week Mr P K Shlsburg was in Central City one day last week P B Burton returned to Herrin 111 last Friday after being here on a two weeks vacation Mr Minor of Central City was here on business last Friday Mr and Mrs Edwin Jones returned from Herrin Ill lest Friday where they had been on a two weeks visit Mrs Geo Tinsley visited in Cen tertown last week Chester Keown of Hartford was here last week- J W Wilkins went to Springllck SaturdayMis S Spence returned to her home In Dayton Tenn after visiting Mr and Mrs John S Spence for the past four weeks Juo Blackburn left for LlntonInd Last Saturday Mesi r3 Ed Cooper and Robt Simp son are taking In the Worlds Fair Mrs Mary Mercer is in Central CitySimon Stevens is in Louisville Mr Ed Eairass Taylor Mines was here Saturday G Davis Royal candidate for County Court Clerk was here Saturday T J Morgan Beaver Dam was here Sa urday Robt Baker of Taylor Mines was here Saturday Tom McCrocklin of Little Bend was here Sunday- V M Moseley was in Beaver Dam SaturdayGeo Parries of Beaver Dam was here Saturday Ed Mainwaring of Taylor Mines was here Saturday Miss Lettie Salsbury went to Central City Saturday and returned Sun day Elias Wilson of Echols was here SundayR Millard has returned to Lin ton Ind utter visiting his parents Mr and Mrs L T Millard for the past two weeks Dr E W Ford Hartford was here SundayOnr marshal C K Reneer Is- in Owensboro and Louisville Mrp Chas Wilsdn of Central City is the gust of her mother Mrs Mary MercerMiss Lizzie Mercer returned from Central City Sunday Messrs Ed Mossbarger and Harry ttldgesof Louisville were here to day on business WHITESV1LLE Oct 6Mr I B Ware and son Caleb started Wednesday for a visit to the Worlds Fair Messrs M J Holbrook and Boyd IcCarty left for a visit to the Worlds Fait Mr SundayI1 ed hs parents Mr and Mrs Gorge Holland Monday Mr Jno Sipp Owensboro visited friends and relatives here Sunday Miss Bertha Nave Philpot spent Sunday with Mis Zula Bonrnmn Mlrs Annie Hicky has returned from Laulsvilltj Miss Sue Mcseley will open a com murcial school here Monday Mr D F Brooks Is having some reI arlng dune on his store I Mr Wilbur Lawson has none to Russcllville to accept n position The Home Telephone Company have gone to Fordsvllle to work Miss Annie Hogan and Mr Kiefner went to Fonsvi le Sunday srWANTRD Induitrous m in o r worn an ns permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look niter its business in this county and ad joiningitenitory fiushwfS ucct sin I and established Salary 2000 weekly aud expenses Saary paid weekly from home office Kxpense mcne advanced Experience not esstri tail Enclose elfaddressed envelope Genetal Manager Como Block Chicago CA S T 0Et ABlare thoThe Kird You Have Always BiiI SIgnaure YIot NARROWS- Oct 5Work on the abutment for the new bridge across Rough riv r at this place is progressing very well Laying stone on the north side began Saturday and considerable work hts been done on the excavation on the south side R K Bean has sold his real estate and stock ot drugs at Sulphur Springs to Dr Thompson of Rock field Logan county Mr Bean has bought a farm in Logan county and moved to it this wet k Fitzhugh Renlrow and family visit ed the Worlds Fair last week Clarence Armendt merchant at Dundee has sold his property And will go to Lexington Service on the rural free delivery route out of Narrows began Saturday Mr Williams is carrier The route Is- on the north side of Rough river Armstrong Hale an old and excellent citizen died at his home near here last week He was seventy seven years old and died of grip A debating society has ben organized at New Baymus It meets weekly on Friday nights Besides local talent which is numerous and noisy Dr James DuO and Profs Ellis Mitchell Clarence Bennett and Elvis Ma gan will take jart In the exercises Mr Claude Shultzthe Josh Blllrgs of Ohio countywill contribute wit and wisdom to the occasion Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced Daily Tourist Sleepers PO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a m daily- via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route to California Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect daily during March and April 1904 to California and the North West Pull man Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry leave St Louis every Thursday 9 a m from Kansas City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays 630 p m going via Pueblo D IR G System through Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker and Colonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month For map folders descriptive literature ates etc con suit nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky n = TIlE REPUBLICAN- is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Try us I f W I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children i BoughtIBoars tho ISignatureo In Rea1 ESTATE Acres 4 miles north of 1135 In good state at I cultivation 85000 121 acres near Rockport in bulldlings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres i bottom land balance good upland good houses good 00Ii 40 acres 315 miles from Sulphur Springs 32500 145 acres 2j tulles west of Hartford fine hnd good improvements 300000 I A house and 2 acres of ground adjoining Hartford y375oo 83 acres tine Muddy creek bottom land good build I ings 15 acres hill land 1 66000 i 13 5 acres fire Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state ofcul I tivation cheap iSS acres near Cernl i 10 26 acres at Centertown the above ands are bargains IAll nbstrncted j IS A AndersonD- ealer in Real Estate HAIJTFOUD KYI CABTOnJA 8ign Beau of thcte You ZIIouiI i Can You Figure n 200GiVen vay10 VSTOMKKS OK T Carson COM HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this yens For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess nOlX Second 2500 Iltir1t 1000 FOUlthII 501 Next oo Guesses etch 00 1100C Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Caison Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The contest will he decided according to the decision ot the election com missinmr4 who will meet at Frnnkfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be iven out after 4 oclock on election dA Begin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican 1J If This Doesnt i Bring You Youre Out of TownI i AVe have inaugurated Suit Sale that shall stand as a recordbreaker for all time to come We would rath er count dollars than goods therefore we are going to trade everythin for L dollars that eye possibly can That is why so many srits are going to be sold at such low figures We will mention a few of our tempting bargains and if you dont come in you certainly must be out of town Suits for Men at 2 3 4 85 7 x10 and up to 825 if you want them Suits for Youths ages 12 to 19 Prices from 200 to 81000 Suits for boys ages 3 to 15 Pric es 8100 to 500 Yeu will miss it if you dont visit us before buying elsewhere Carson Co 1 ixrouroHATii Hartford Kentucky r II Worlds Pair Short Line SOUTHERN RBILWnY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest ncl Boat to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Jjiiiiidville lIln ni daily Arrive St Louis 5110 p rn daily Solid train of vestibiiled ccnciics sleepers and Southern IJuilway Stan lard Dining Jill through wilholltI clinrgtLeave Louisville 1015 p in lady Arrive St Louis 752 a in daily Solid train ei vwtihnlnl Iroo re clining chair cars and sleepers No change of cars minute j All trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with Vahash Suburban eervico direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from Louisville Ky SlJ good returning until Dec 15111 i 811 uixtydays 10 good returning 15 days S7 Conch excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive r during October and November Good seven Ilus1 J + P E CAUK Inwfiiijur and Ticket Agent Lnuisdllu Ivy A1 CKONI Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C II HtNJiiiiOiii District PasIsenger Agent JJ J Fourth AcllueiLouisville Ky G 13 AllKN Afrtistnut General i 1amtiigtT Autlil Si LKIIIH Mo i eee e II I J BIG OUR I- j ITillHliST IIXIJ TO I j I Indianapolis Peoriaa j j Chicago lit Iinlinnn ti I ntiil Michigan I A Cleveland J Buffalo lNew York J IIBoston r I I i Iiiformntiun cheerfully fnrii A ished on application nt City I a Ticket oflice Big Four HouteI INo 2ri 1th Ave orj toPS J GATM A- i I Genl Agt Passenger Dept A IILui8iIlu KIee eeeeCI BOSWI WORLDS FAIRROUTE I NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS r AN n TIIK Louisana Purchase Exposition I ENTIRE NEW IHnillond WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleepring Curs elegant Coaches with High Back Seats n Complete Illustrate Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March lor rntiH time of trnlnis Hln iluii Cur Itcncr vntlotiN Ktr cull on liny Tlrkit tgmt or nil dais O I MrVAHTY 0ChnIIIIH Agent Clliirlniiiitl Ohio or It N IIICON It 1 A- lonlevllliKv 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