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I- ti r t ttwtfarb UqrnbIkand- IF Fine Job Work a Specialty IT IS NEW YCl WIH =1ND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1904 No 13 re t1i 4 I I I I I I I I I 1- i i II I 1- t STRONG QUfSTIONSI Hartford Herald Asked to Ex plain Its Statements Filipinos and the Southern Ne groes Which Has Consti tutional Freedom Render Ky Oct 5 194 HARTFORD RKIUHUCAN The Hartford Herald of the 5th Inst asks what it seems to consider some strong questions of governmental policy Let us look at these quest alone candidly but briefly Do the people of the United State want for the next four years a Constitutional government directed by a wise sane conservative man like Judge Parker or do they want n turbulent government run by a war lord whose sole idea is to have a grea standing army and to pick a quarre with any nation that darts to disturb the chip on his shoulder Will the Herald be a little specific Will It not ttll us wherein consists the tur bulency ol the United States govern tuent With what nation are we hay Ing trouble We have fought only one war in recent years vz the Spanlah American war Is the Her aid now opposed to that war It wa the Heralds boast not long ago that the Democrats kicked the Republic ana into the fight But time just a little time works wonderful changes with a Democrat you know How about the great standing arm I it not a wellknown fact of which even the Herald la apprised that the standing army is today slightly be low the actual requirement of the law The Herald continues shall wr return to the Jefferson simplicity practiced under the Cleveland admin istration or shall we reelect Roose velt and endorse the extravagance ol the lest four years when more than two billion five hundred thousand dollars ol the peoples money were wasted in reckless expenditure First Do you indorse the Cleveland administration It has not been long since you severely criticised Clevelands administration of affairs and opposed his nomination when he was so strongly talked of only recent ly Now as to reckless expendi tures will you not tell us where you would begin the reform Would you abandon Irrigation and thus de prive thousands of farmers otherwise fertile and productive soil or would you stop the rural free delivery ser vice thus depriving about twelve mil lion people from getting dally mall or would you seek retrenchment by cutting down the pension role The people are anxious to know just how you propose to economiz governmental expense anyhow please be plain You are no sure it ought to be done now tell us just how you will proceed But I cannot take time to quote the Heralds other questions however I will notice them briefly The Herald is greatly exercised about the Filipinos They must or should have their freedom at once Was it not through the influence of W J Bryan more than any other one man in the United States that Con gress agreed to buy the Philippine Islands tit m Spain and pay her twenty million dollars for them After all how are we to know the Herald is sincere in its averred inter est in the Filipinos freedom The Filipino let the Herald remember is just a nigger Now let the Herald which is so solicitous about the Fill plno negros freedom and about up holding the Constitution of the Unit ed States tell candidly what it thinks about the freedom of the Southern negro here at home Is the Herald as anxious to apply the Constitution to the negro here at home as it is abroad It not why not The Fili pino has more freedom already than the Democratic party accords the Southern negro Will the Herald explain this fact The Herald wants the Tariff revised as promised by the Democratic platform Will the Herald point out how a Republican Congress and a Democratic President would revise the Tar ilT If a Democratic President and n Democratic Congress could produce nothing better than that compro miRe of dishonor the Wilson Bill The memory ot the people is bet ter than the Democratic politicians would like to have it When the Democrats talc of Tarifl reform we are reminded of the Wilson Bill When they talk of regulating the Trusts we are reminded of the Northern securities case When they talk of Riving the Filipinos freedom we are reminded of the worse than slave ry ol the Southern negro and we know who is responsible for it When they condemn us for the Panama Canal treaty we remember that they boasted that the treaty could never have been ratified but for the help of the Democratic Senator When we discussed expansion you dismissed the question by lightly answering We have expanded In conclusion I wish to say to the Herald your par ty is doing the Trusts more harm than it ever would do them if put in power for you are at least squeezing a good campaign fund out of them As to the Democratic party in Ken tucky remaining lob al to its record give yourself no uneasiness A noted Democrat set the pace years ago in this State and the party has main tamed it ever since I refer to the late Hon J A McKenzie who said tie a string around a yellow not a black mind you dogs neck and call him Democrat and he would vote for him in preference to a Republican The only thing Mr McKenzie was particular about was the color of the dog The Cash Grocery buys and sells for cash that is why it is in the lead tPOLITICAL BUNCOMBE Pets Are Allowed Cash on Their Claims While Others Must Wait The fiscal court which Is in session this week made a rule at the begin ning of the term that all claims al lowed at this time were to be paid out of the levy of 1905 or about a year from pow This seems to a pretty hard proposition to start with but it is as fair for one as another If the rule bad been maintained in whole But as usual there are a few favorites who must be looked after So on yester day when the claim of Mr Frank Felix was allowed the rule was sus pended and an order made directing that his claim of about 100 for print- Ing the delinquent list the sheriffs statement and a few other small Items In the Hartford Herald be paid out of the levy ot 1904 which is as same as cash Te unjustness of such favoritism lies in the fact that a few pets are to have their money cash down while the rest must watt for a year before receiving theirs There are a few other claims allowed to other of the favored few with the cash proviso which were not re portedPeople who have labored a few days on the public road at 150 per day for man and team merchants who have furnished goods for prisoners and the inmateof the Alms House on the countys credit doctors who have treated poor and destitute peo pie for the county all must watt un- tIl the sheriff collects the taxes ol next year for their money But the favored of the Democratic majority composing the Fiscal court are to have their money cash in hand as soon as the court adjourns The Cash Grocery keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Lard BaconHamsFlour Weal Coffee SugarVeg etables c They will sell at low figures and treat you right Give them a call EXONERATED Phil Hintons Blow Was Not Cause of Fathers Death Demise Charged to Dysentery and Son Freed From the Charge Of Murder Zeke Hinton of Powers Daviess county who was struck in the stom ach by his son Phil Hinton Friday with a tobacco stick died at 2 oclock Sunday morning add the funeral took place that afternoon at 4 oclock A coroners inquest returned a verdict that death was due to peritonitis and that the blow struck by the son bad nothing to do with tbicause of his deathThe deceased was fifty years old According to the information placed before the coroner he had been suffer ing from inflammation of the bowels for two week However he was at work in the tobacco field Thursday and Friday The report of the trouble between father and son was to the effect that the younger Hinton left the field and later returned with a quart of whisky He asked his father to drink and when the parent refused became enraged and threw a tobacco stick at him the end of which struck him in the stomach- It was announced soon afterward that the elder Hinton was fatally hurt and his death was expected until he passed away There was considerable feeling among the neighbors and some threats against the son were heardShortly after the death of the in juried wan an investigation was be gun and the result was the exonern tion of young Hinton the evidence submitted showing that death was due solely to dysentery and bowel in flammation and that the blow from the tobacco stick was not a contribut ing causer This finding disposed of the matter + r- ENDS HIS OWN LIFE Roy Salmon Commits Suicide at Madisonville Madlsonville Ky Oct IIRoy Salmon a prominent lawyer and Democratic politician committed sui cide in his office here this afternoon by blowing out his brains with a re volver No cause for the act is mown other than that he had not been in very good health for some months and had for the past week been partially confined to his room with chills Circuit Court is in ses don and Mr Salmon bad been in the wart room most of the day attend- Ing to legal duties He left about 4 oclock and bad a lengthy conversa tion with his brother R M Salmon resident of the Crabtree Coal Company of Illsley on the street and seemed to be in the best of spirits- A few moments later he remarked to friends that he was going to end its life but was not taken seriously He then went alone to hla office and shortly afterward inmates of other of ices located on the same floor were harmed by the report ot a pistol Forcing their way into his quarters they found him in a dying condition with a bullet hole through his head He succumbed in a few minute- sJohnstonwhite Mr Wilbur Johnston of Sulphur Springs and Miss Minnie L White 01 Olaton married at the brides borne m Wednesday October 5 1904 at 730 m Rev G J Bean spoke the words that made them husband and wifeMils Ethel Johnston of Sulphur Springs was the bridesmaid and Mr j W White of Olaton was best man Refreshments were served at the brides home at 830 oclock and a- very elegant dinner was prepared at the home of the grooms parents the following day The groom is a young man orac omplished attainments and has a charming disposition and Is to be congratulated upon his good fortune The bride isa young lady of rore culture and beauty loved by all who know her and carries sunshine to all she meets Mr and Mrs Johnson will visit rel ativea and friends for a few days and will then return to Sulphur Spring where they will make their future homeWe wish the groom and his bonny bride a long life and much happiness together TOO MUCH MOPHINE Virgil M Porter Died Monday From Effects of OverDose- of The Drug Virgil M Porter a well known timber dealer of Morgantown dltc from the effect of an overdose of mor phine at the home of Joe Sanderfur of the Sanderfurs Crossing neighbor hood about 2 oclock Monday afternoon Porter came to Hartford Sat urday to look at a body of timbe near Hartford and spent the night with Mr Sanderfur occupying a room with another man who noticed that he took two doses of some pow ders during the night Sunday morn Ing when Mr Sanderfur went to call him to breakfast he coula not be aroused and it soon became evi deut that he was suffering from the elects of an opiate and physicians were called Constant effort wai made to restore him to consciousness but proved futile Porter formerly lived at Cromwell and Is well known throughout the county He moved to Morgantown abut three years ago When a young man Porter drank heavily but several years ago gave lr up It is said that he gradually tell into the habit of using morphine and that for some time past he had been practical Iya morphine fiend The deceased Is survived by a wid ow and four children His wile wa telephoned and reached Sanderfurs before Mr Porter died The Cash Grocery has just received a nice line of Fruits I GENERAL INTELLIGENCE There have been 13376456 admis sion to the Worlds Fair grounds since the opening of the exposition Fifteen deaths in eight days in New York have been attributed to Impure liquor and the Coroners office is investigatingOn of the drouth the water oompany at Harrodsburg has shut oft all the water supply except for fire purposes Farmers are compelled to haul water for stock many miles At the conclusion of the war between Russia and Japan and the consequent reopening of the Chinese question the International Reform Bureau will institute a proposal to Induce Great Britain to revoke the splum treaty On account of the scarcity of good corn the Kentucky distilleries will rot open their plants until late this year and it is believed that general operations in the State will not begin lbefore the new crop of corn is matured which will delay the season until January i In an address to students of the University of Chicago President Harper declared that in fifty years not a single religious problem of any Importance bad been solved by the theological seminaries of the United States He says that they are too much occupied with denominational questions First Assistant Postmaster General Wynne has been appointed Postmaster General to succeed Postmaster General Payne deceased The apt ointment is temporary and it is thought Mr Wynne will be succeed ed about January I by George B Cor telyou chairman ot Republican Na Moral Committee PRESIDENT COMMERCIAL CLUB OF LOUISIANA SAYS THERE IS NO FINER MEDICINE THAN PERUNA j W W WASHBVRN 1 l 1 xaxsroEtrr LOUISIANA COMMSBCIAL cum Suffered With Kidney and Liver Trouble for Twelve Years Peruna Cured Him Feels Better Than fer Twenty Years lion William Watson Waahburn President of tho Louisiana Commercial Club and a very well known man of Nw Orleans La writes from 637 Canal street 1 am satisfied that there is nod a finer medicine placed before tho public today than Pornna I have been troubled for nearly twelve years with kidney and liver trouble and at time I have been a pretty sick man unable to attend to my duties I had about made up my mind thus no medicine could help me when one of your booklets waa brought to my oillco which I read in a leisure hour I then decided to giro Peruna a trial and found that I had at last secured the right medicine for me For two months I used it faithfully and then felt so well I was like a young man once more This was over a year ago and I have not had any trouble since Although I am In the seventies I feel better and more active than I did thirty years ago W W Washburn Most derangements of the kidneys are duo to catarrh of the kidneys Peruna Is a catarrh remedy This explains why it is that Peruna cures a groat number of kidney diseases in which the usual remedies fall If you do not receive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Ilartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O Try THe REPUBLICAN For All Kinds of Job Printing Now Is The Time To buy your Fall and Winter Merchandise while our stock is fresh WHAT WE WANT to say is that our line is full of the Newest Things the market affords and DONT FORGET us when you are ready to buy anything in the line Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats Caps Clothing in mens youths and chil dren Overcoats Groceries Tinware Hardware Harness Etc also Drugs and Druggists Sundries Our line of Dress Goods and Waistings is second to none in the county We want your trade and if good Goods low prices and fair treatment means anything we will have it Call and examine our stock and we will convince you that this is the place to buy Bring us your produce for which we will pay you best market prices Dont forget to examine the celebrated Kimball Piano Yours truly The Brown Mercantile Co ICOIUORA TJ- WMcHENRY KENTUCKYe 1ia In m THE VITAL ISSUE IN A SENTENCE- s WEEKLY PRINTS THE FOLLOWING FROM A READER Milwaukee Ave Chicago 111 Gentlemen Please stop your booming of Parker 1 have been ruined once by that party end hnve not forgot It yet J No Campaign Text Book no document no speech could be stronger And rw Chicago man vas only one of millions ruined by Democracy and Free Trade =r rJ mm lI mJ Sprlt of tier Constitution Violat ed Voter Rights Destroyed in Centralized Power John Sharp Williams In Congress on 1433 Votes Speaker Cflmon Has 22941 Sonic Facts It tiny IHHMI asserted that the Kujinh Eican pkitfnrin In ItinaiMlInu that rep jvscitnloii in congress sill In the oloot brtlcolhes he reduced In states where 1h elective franolilse IIHK been limited iy sp cisl discriminations Is raising the race mifstlon This In not true The platform does not touch the race ques tion TIe clause in question has to do trth a more vital and Important mot ter the equality of voters The constitution of the United States Article I Section 113 deities the hasls of representation as follows Hopnvntatlves and direct taxes hall IH apportioned amoiiK the several t ahich iiiaj be Ineltuled wlthiu tills Union according to their respective t rr Mhlch shall bp ilpfermlne J y ndding to the whole number of free j3 on iliidliip for se hound to serv A for a tenirof years and exclUiiiiK i aus Mf taxI thneliftlis f all t r persons rcordnu ti the fourteenth iuond EKt Representatives shall be apportion td union the several states according to their respective numbers counting tf ylifie nninlier OIl persons In each state excluding Indians not taxed Nora itLvionsly If by some such plan ts t1 Vilesalc disfniinblseinent of n r uiln clcss of the population the p i nation of a state voting nut r tr an Ie made to count In the llIIl1ll1tlllI of that state in eon press while other states are there rep if i ed t plborthlo to their number u t ers her Is an inequality wliicb tends toward the establishment of just rufh an ollgarehy as existed In the antebellum congress only instead of lYiuntliig threellfths of a large non v nrg population certain southern irifis now count the whole Moreover their representation Is vested in men vho ire isimiultttMl to a policy not only LIIIII wratw hilt essentially local and it uiuiiy r sheds diet tq antagonlstk tc the Interests not 0111ot nnrtliern It publicans but of northern Jiemo c ttl is roll The xrreptlon of Liiiiar condition of timings made the rir Democrat of forty years ago ir the present Mississippi coastl YI IK voter In Mississippi equals ten n rimeotlctit ten In Ohio twelve + VissjKhunctM sixteen In California c tuft in Iowa and twentynine in IS v Yrk how do you like that clt it + t It MS bok at the mutter In detail John Sharp Williams the Democratic VIM of the house wns asked sonic t 10 Ihether he would ochre t the uurilnitioii for president He said u1 ii itlon would no fooner bet r tiuvii Than It would be heralded Jar and vlie that my platform consist ul of the constitution of Mississippi IXM the amendments thereto r Viliiins knew he could never J n tliuf platform He was elected the riftyeighth congress without j ii osIUon receiving 1KKl votes his dMtri t tl Klgtith Mississippi having I a population of IsiOKSi In the First dttrict of ounectJcut heating a popu Jutlou of LiOoaJ 15 tar cent more than that of the Eighth Mississippi E wens llmiry received aOIS9 votes ntal had that district been of the same eSr0 as Mr Williams district Mr ilpriry must have had 17t4J votes to i r stlon 11 ire than ten times Jif ritnyis It took to elect till Demo j crude leiKhr of the IKMIS Moreover lr opposition to Mr Henry 1711 v143 wow cast for William ONell 1 KKrat 112 tot Edward Agard 3uhIlltJo 1st 7S for laiiKson Social Jyt and Ht for Joseph S Ionell f KV Iis L mr More thou toil times j C lulu tea were was in Connect j at ob cast in Mississippi for u 0 I ig Ilididnte The seatlerhig vol t 1 nltoirothif to 1 JM wltlilr itfj 01 tin total vole in theElghlh I11ct fr Vlllluis hr i hout opposition If this scattering i I e had united for till Socialist can f t MI J fill the ntlr voters iii till I J 1t IIIIIIth lIt illslilct laud been tlli Ill tluit rniidlHiite would JVI iHffiil in conditions very nearly c r1allntt KO fun as numbers are c u1 to till itnlftlons of the 11 utlon wlrch put Mr JI1 fi Inlsc UI Iri K Vllliiiiiw Is jirgilng against hftllsit on the ground that tho hIs iri tfoveniiMi without rep li aiJII rho Ifghth New Jersey district iionttlve Vi Icy was elected by i vic agjtlnst tOi Democratic vet es out of a pvulatlon of JsimT It took thirteen votes in this New Jer sey district which Is smaller than that if Kt pivsenUitlve Williams to elvt a congressman opposed by a vote Iwo thirds an large as his own To he fleeted unanimously he would have to receive snore than twenty votes to Mr Williams ono Is tine Mlssissippian equal to more than a score of lersey men at the polls Mr Caution the speaker of the house received 2UIV11 votes In a district whose pojiulatlon Is 200233 tend he was opposed by a Democratic vote of 152r4 nnd a PnthlhltJonlst vote of 11Gi More than ten times as many Democratic votes were cast ago lust Cannon In Illinois as for Williams In Mississippi Quotations From Roosevelts Let ter of Acceptancet flIt Is difficult to find out from the utterances of our opponents what ar the ret1 issues npon which they propose to waee this campaign It I- Ant unfair to saw that having than dof1 most of the principles upon whuh they have intisted during theta t eight yeArs they now seem at n loss both as to wbat It is that they really believe and as to how firmly they shall assert their bilief in anything Vdo not have to guess at our own convictions and then correct the tress if it seems unpopular The principles which we process are those in which we believe with heart and soul and strength The policies we have pursued are those which we earnestly hold as essential ti the national wellYre and repute We intend in the future to car rv on the government in the tame way that we have carried it on in the past j fIVe are content to rest our case beftre the American people upon the j tact that to adherence to a lofty ideal j we have added proved governmental t fficiency Therefore our promises may surely be trusted as regards any issue that is now before the people and we may equally be trusted to del j with any problem which may here after ariseIwe of misstating what was done The administiafion behaved throughout not only with good faith but with extraordinary patience and arge generosity j toward those with dealt It was also mindful of AmerlIC- lln interests It acted in comI rliance with the law passed by yrtts I The Presidents duty is to serve the country in accordance with the Constitution and I should be dere lict in my duty if I used a false con struction of the Constitution as a shield lor weakness and timidity or as an excuse for governmental impo tenceTo what phase of cur foreign pol icy and to what use of the navy do our opponents object Our foreign policy lies been not only highly ad vantageous to the United States but hardly less advantageous to the world as a whole Peace and good will have followed in its footsteps The government hts shown itself no less anxious to respect the rights of otherI than insistent that the I Americans be respected in return As for the navy it has been and is now the most potent guarantee of peace and it is such chiefly because it is lorniidable and ready for use j On some of the vital questions that have confronted the American people in the last decade our oppo nents take the position that silence is the best possible way to convey their j views I Being unable to agree among tl entl cs as to whether the gold t standard is a curse or a blessing and- as to whether we ought or ought not I to have free and unlimited coInage of silver they have apparently thought lit expedient to avoid any commit tal on these subjects and Individu ally each to follow his particular bfntIThis government is based upon the fundamental idea that each man j no matter what his occupation his nre or his religious belief is entitled j to be treated on his worth as a max- nd neither favor d nor dsrimlnated I n Llyers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CllerryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs consumptionThey heals inflamed lungs yoarsThendroppedway5eMc5lW J C AYKUfTO All IJIWHH Mao drl1ltlltUfor 1 Old Coughs Ono Ayers Pill at bcdtlmo insures a natural action next morning against because ufany accident in his postion Of coureif our opponentsare not sincere in their proposal to abolish the system of A protective tariff there is no use in arguing the matter at all tare hy pointing out again tint if on one great issue they do not mean what they say it is hardly RIlleI to trust them on any other issue But it they are sincere in this natr then their advent to power would mean domestic nustotture and mis I ery as widespread and far reach lug as that which we saw e i years ago Ve cannot nff rd to trust modifi cation to those who treat protection and robbery PS synonymous ttrms e Hows This ffiu1IF J Cheney tl Co Toledo 0 i We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 earsI lonorIablefinancially able to carry out any obli gations made by his firm i iWalding Kinnan it Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O i Halls Catarrh Cure k taken in j ternally acting directly upon theI blood and mucus surface ot the Item Tostimonas sent free Price The per bottle Sold by all DrupgistF j lake Halls Family Pills for con stipation 1111 Sound Obscured By Sense In course of a Southern tour i T I Ir I o BLACK C- BDRAUGHT STOCK an- dPOULTRY MEDIC NE Stock and poultry ave few trouble which are not bowel and I liver irritiilantuy Ii lack Drntm ttttikand Poultry Medi cine ha bowl ad liver remedy for Btoyk It puts tow orgiuia of digestion in a jxirfect condition Preeminent AIUITIUI hrwders and farmers keepi it herd and flocks healthy by giving them an ocoa aioaal lose of Llscasset Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food AllyItooK raisT + 1I aybuva 25oent hallpound uirticbt can of this medicine from his denier and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers ener ally keep BhickIVaii lu StocKBtid Poultry Medicine If yours doesInot send 26 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medic no Co Chattanooga nn I BociiRibC OA Jan 80 1801 DlaofcDmught Stock and Poultry Medicine IB tbo tatrcvortrlxl Out took wan looking bad whan you Bent j me the medlcino and now they re getting to floo They are looking 80 pot cent betterSV UnOOKINOTON 1rti uu paid John D Rockefeller Jr I At tftnleil church on Sunday trotniS In- K ty mint little wooden iiitetlnchoiise Idirthe pews ulrc ol unpaintcd pint bn rl rime minislfr tens a good tea I a sincrre near H really el quent in or- Kilt he hail an nItr unate h b t of h 11 Twin He hallowed like n bull Ilir voice slmok the rafters The is uind overwhelmed the sense and It I WI s olten impossible frr very noise to get at the mans meaning He was especially loud during the prayer I never heard such an up roar as filled the little building while tH Southi rn minister prayed Afler he Will through a little girl on my eft gave a sign oJ tlid and I heard her whisper to her lathtr F ther dont you thii k that if he lived neartr to God he wouldnt have to talk so loud r Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Rest reached via the Mhsntri Pa cific Railway from St Louis to 1net In Colorado Springs anti Denver 25or Glen vood Springs J7or- a t Lake City 3800 round trip Co rrspondingly low rates franc all points Tickets n sale daily unt 1 Septenib r 31 return limit October 31 i94 Liberal stop ovrr with diverse routes Three fast trains dnt ly from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars sIR T G Matthews T P A Room Sot Ncrtnn BHf Louisville Ky You L Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages a accent stamp entitle in addition to premiums to one vote The zcent stamp covers m our acknowledgment to lr that your estimate is send as many as desired Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can over surpass H Dr Kings New Discovery ForCINtsiutdcoct1100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles If It fads Trial free uuwmr a Akelrh and drAcrlptlnn mAY qutekir nerertaln our opuann free w 1 ether rill I IIIIIOII le pt r mnnuu a- ltonftrtctyetmedmaial HANDBOOK oft tatente rent tree OlleKt lor Aaehlrlthr p111ent A 1iitiiiln luketi tiiniuuli Munii S I ricttrr tfitdil notice clinrctf In ttiu Scientific Imericaae- A hRI1homplylllu8rallt weekly nrcCAt Ir- rllhUl1l1 rt lnurnai ft R- ffll fnurmunthai o1IIalllll IIfIIf MUNN CO3BtDroadUJ New York nranch OlBcc 35 K BU Waibluislim U C Work as good as the best Bud prices as cheap as the cheapest Give your order and be convinced Great 2133 and you the free you You esti Money Bottles sendlnR without us Cash Prize of will be awarded to the who both Worlds Fair Presi Vote Contests We S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In of Coffee I R R nrsT in TIJMN SHIJVIC- IWilh Plnlru NtftVt Library Sleep lug and Reclining Chair Cars on throb II tiKm greet to the WORLDS FAIR Tickets the Fair with hats on hats 15- Limit at greedy reduced rates chic rates limits and train time of your home ticket agent- S B VAN Mnriiit Agent Heaver Dam Ky r tt IIIUIIlo r tlotlIiII- A1 M IHM HMI I i f A XH orlla- t II SHV II IVA JMi AsrilTT A IIHI MIlIt X5000000CASH LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums How Wowl like aCheck tike This 1 4 s We Have Awarded 2000000 to Lion Coffee user In our Worlds Fair Contest people gut slit k 21 J mro will get them iu the Presidential Vote Contest j regular m recorded can mates back IenuA Grand First 500000 one is nearest correct on our and dential also offer each case Lion I nccount of 111 Decciutcr ntx ttm What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can- didatesI combined at the election November 8 1904 I1 J otedfJrmates received in Woolson Spick Com m panys office Toledo 0 on or before W r second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize J20000O1 Second Prize 100000 100000li10 Prizes 10000 10000020 Prlzea 6OOO- 5O 100000Prlzea 2000 100000250 Prizes 1000 25OOOO1800 Prizes 600II H00J 2130 PRIZES TOTAL J2OOOobo How Would Your Name Look on One of TheseEverybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFEE long enough to Ret acquainted with It you will be suited and AndweWE GIVE BOTH FREE AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO eQSouthern Normal School ILLINOIS CEflYRJlL tllleI Ffvjtfirstprize Checks PREMIUMS Bowlin Groon Buslloss GOllO 81 i ltcJL II II MANAGEMENTI IlL the Coming Yearl the I Ar and llusiNnbe MEN of the eonntry ar GRADVATE9 iSM SSTffliT of lheselnstltnttonaore r Trnchrra slc Elocution Tho follovln cnnrw A I UiwUiMlnesn ShorHInna TypeWrltinc InnmftnshlpTorPKrophy and Civil Sorvlpo A and Unitary lbcul Music IMtrumontnl MuMo will have the iirtvllcRc of entering the droo and pursul n who cntcrii tho BISINKHS COILKIK lmw W give two months tuition free with every live months sehnlarshtuIFSucIi yltrllry branch or btllllchca without extrutheI 1 Bowling Ureen DUSlrllF9 College lOrtie cure and mention course wanted when you write Catalogue tree Address IT IT uiiKitiu ManagerBOWLrsn KT I 1I y A d- I a t t E IIb r A- tr t vi a t n- t 1t STIRRING UP FILIPINOS Effect of Loose Talk of Independence Bad Says Gov Wrightrw lvfishIiiiteni York Trllitini The President has received a leltt trout General Luke H Wright Governor ot the Phltpplne which Is the occasion of some anxiety to those who have the best Interest of the I lands at heart because it demonstrates that once more Democratic partisanship ts having its effect in disturbing the peaceful conditions in the archipel igo and retarding the work ol the ad ministration In preparing the Filipi nos lor the responsibilities of sell government It appeals that the loose arguments aid almost thoughtless denuncit lions of the more virulent Democrats spellbinders are being irnnstnittet to the Philippines and 1 r as Gener nl Wright relates nt + king mote dif I ficult than would otherwise he the case the task Imjiosrd on the Amerl can oflkiuls In the Phllippini s Gen rrnl Wnghts letter is iu part as lolowThe continued discussion HB tulhe CMpacily ol the Filipino for sll gut 1 I Intent anjj his umnediale ir lilt mute Independence IS hnvinj itSllrct luie and au CCs ourak snore ditlicult torn it would othtrvise be The UM n man is quipped wall foal genre tied those qualities which nitk fur the e sliy cariiK d citrtuship nice In be persuaded that he is the pus MSU of till these qualities Tlii ptuple lat e their lull shore ol vnlii tlnn and v inlly and theyalso have thIr lul i hiie ul reckless half irm ed char cler who ae naly lor in liiuue in any litieclion which prone thislclasmocllIIentthe ignorant and dangerous eU- IllflllS In the General connection Imay say to you us a matter ol infcruirtllnii lhal the ablation in the United Stales fur Filipinos Independence and the I hpoken and written utlrances uli prominenl men there who urulni it see all brought here and published in the native newjtpiptrs and are being ma le the text for edlto rial Insisting that the Filipino peo pie are now realy to become an Inde pendent nation The eflsct of all this Is distinctly Injuriotitt Its tendency Is to restore the influence of the old insurrcclion lenders and to make them active In prnchlng the old propagan da This In truth hits the effict ol demoralizing and weakening the mote con eratlve and thoughtful Filipinos who fear that it they speak out as I they really think they would be con sldered the enemies of their people and lose prestige with them The more promln nt unit btst educated FlllplnoB who naturally have their ambitions are inclined to join in the generHl cry One Of Many II1iedule of Sum unerton S C suHereil for twenty years with the files Specialists were employed and many remedies used hut relief lull permanent good was found only in the use of DoWitta Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many many cures that have been elleclod hythid wonderful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only nec essary to see that you get the genuine Do Witts made by E C DeWitt t1 CII in Uhicagoand cure is certain DoWiits Witch Hazel Salve cures all kinds of piles cuts burnt bruises eeema tetter ringworm skin dis ease etc Sold by X Wayne Griffin it Bro What Roosevelt Says About Or ganized Labor- I believe emphatically In organized laborThis is an era of federation and combinationAmerican wage workers work with their heads as well HH their hands Organization Is one of the laws of our social and economic development at this time Far andRway the hest prise that live offers Is the chance to work at work worth doing The wellbeing of a wage woker Is a prime consideration of our entire policy ol economic legislation There can he no real general pros perity unl Si based on the foundation of the prosperity of the wageworker and the tiller of the soil He cannot aiturl to lose his indi vidual Initiative his Individual will IA MOTHERS LOVE love is no divine that the roughest iimn can npprcciale of womanhood However Mother hood is looked for ward to with feelings of great dread by al most nil women Al such times a woman is nervous dIpeptic frrllatilt- alld she is in need of a uterine tonic 1 innc nest tie n strength builder to fit her for the ordeal No matter how healthy or strong a womnn bytakingto prepare for time event This is what out mother says With a heart overflowing with gratitude twill emlrnvor to write you It Is two years ago since I first wrote to von for advice rvKtinliiiK my health which was then very Kid writes Mrs I Poore of Hlncvtale Ky to IJr K V fierce chief consulting surgeon of tin luvnlliU Hotel ant Surgical Institute at IlufTulo N V I have ile crllCfl ntv flcriIlIII in oilier letters to you After receiving ollr advice am the Common Tease Medical Adviser I bought wine of your Favorite Prescription and today nor n well woman and the proud mother II dear little boy Hacked m by over n third of a century of remarkable cures a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weak nesses to women ever attained IienceaIranted in offering to pay 501 in legal niuney of the gaited States for any ca r or 11ucnrrlifn IVmnle Weakness Irohai tins or Hailing of Womhwhich they cannot cure All they ask In fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Their financial responsibility is known to every newspaper publisher nnd druggist in the Itnled States with nuM of whom they have done businet for over it third of a century How to live in health mid happiness is the general theme of Dr Tierces Common Stnc Medical Adviser Tlii great work on medicine uticl hygiene containing over illnstrnlinntsiijieiiM of mailing only Sintl i one cent lampi for the cloth txiuiul volume or only si htampst for the bunk in paper covers itd power hut hrcm hest use that oiwer it fur certain o jcls he unites vlth hN fellows Abve al reniemder this that the cost inuafe adviser to follow Is the twin who wouldadvise us to do wrong In order that we may btI fit jby It Ve mu il treat each titan on his vorth and merits ns a t11dnW must see that each is given a square leal het anise he is entitled lo no mo e ind should rfcelvi no less usNIwaysmd with a nation a + well as with a titan tIe worthiness of life depeids upon the way In which the everyday duties are done The man who seeks to persude any f us thAt our advantage comes In wronging or oppressing others can e Mcdrpendenlupon il the opportunity omes to do wrong to us In his own I nit rest A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees ville Iud when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his lite saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured ineuderablo ago nies from Asthma but your New Dis covery gave me immediate relief told soon thereafter ellectedti complete elite Similar cures of Consump lion Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price f0c and SLUM Guaranteed by h Wajne Griffin tC Bros druggists Trial bottle free m A Newcomer from Other Days The remains ot an extraordinary mtaial embedded in clay some 20 leet below the surface of the ground have betn unearthed near Uilenhage Cape Colony Dr Broom the emi neat naturalist of Cape Town to whom the remains were submitted gave the opinion that they were those of an animal of prehistoric days and that In form it was something be tween a hzud and a bird There Is evidence lint the creature was about 5 i feet in lengthand he estimates that Its legs were several feet long and at least two feet in circumference Some idea of the gigantic size of the animal can be gained front its teeth which are said to be of astounding proportions Dr Broom has given to this interesting antiquity the name of Algoasorlan If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will do you good For sale by all druggists ni Daughters of the Revolution They just had returned front St Louis Yes they said to the stayat home who had trudged down to the depot to meet them we went around R great deal at the Fair In an auto I SUppOSE Oh no In a Ferris Wheel All aboard shouted the conductor just then BACKED BY THE TRUSTS Democratic CashBox is Receiv ing Contributions from the Great Corporations The trusts long ago recognized President Roosevelt na dangerous to illegal monopolies If the monty power of the United States could have defeated Roosevelts nomination at the Chicago convention it would have hastened to do so It saw in time that the pool had st their hearts upon Roosevelts ndlddcylind leaving the Repubicans out of the cas they turned to the Democrats In Judge Parker they found appar ently a man of that cast of mind which toleratt s questionable behavior piocrastinalrs decisive action and leans to precedent fO strongly as to balk advance the very man for the giant trusts to play with When Judge Parkers speech ol as cepltuice was read his remarks uj on he trusts were atxiously s ained by the people Disappointment catty to this = who were not already awake to the aclua nature oi David Bennelt Hills tuinlpulations in connection with the nomination of Parker Wait till we see where the trusts jut their money still one waverng Independent not yet willing to give IIrp the hope of a Democratic fidlt- upon Illegal truUs There was not long to wAit It is i matter of public knowledge that the rent trusts are pouring money into I he Democratic campaign treasury rhr tc b icco trust the sugar trust the ill trust the New York tramp r a ion trust all are k town to have con ributed liberally to Belmouls tans ire chest These combinations ofi apltal well know how and when tore liberal They see in time election f Parker thelronly prolectlon agairst i straightforward courageous chief xecutive who will enforce the Uait d States limsYr the control of com binations of capital and illegal mo topolies The trusts do not want Roosevelt sir President The great combina ions of capital have delicate suscep tibilities when it comes to their im uediale or remote prospects for gain lilt monev cannot carry the Presl lentil election The cerMinty that he trusts are woiking for Puker I will only ssnd hundreds of thous ndBI f votes to the polls ti cast their ots for Roosevelt Their own em l yes will vote against the candl ale ol the trusts Judge Parkers hurtling sentences about a nonex pOlisl1IeAmerican people their first jupsi o the position of the Democratic nominee on this question The heavy ontrlbutlons of the trusts to the Parker campaign fund have com dried the wakening as to the atti ude ol the great corlrlbullr rs and uonopolles in this Presidential thc lon Parker may well fay in this connection a well as in the contemplH ton ol most of his close atsicidtes ffcv me Irjm my friends A Very Remarkable Remedy II It is with a good deal of pleasure md satisfaction that recommended DiIrrhoeaW Sawtelle of Hartford Cumin BONE FOOD I Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the I right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the rightI treatment for soft children Littledoses everyday I give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to t11Lsoft headsWrong food caused the trouble Right food will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT dt BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and Jioo all druggists Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him repeated the dose and in fifteen minutes ne left my store smiling informing me that he felt ae well as ever For sale by all druggists n1 APPEAL TO YOUNG MEN PrAldent Gnrncrd Sold PCtcb Your Tent Among thf Living nnd Not Ainonn the Dead Extract from the sproch or lion Jame A Gurllulcl dollvcrwl at Cleveland 0 Oct 11 18iDj Now follow cltiwjw a word before I leave you on the wry eve of the holy day of CeHIa irt moment to consecrate ourselves finally to the great work of next Tncwlay nwrnlm I see In this great audience tonight a groa mummy VOHIIK men young own who an about to Gnat their first vote 1 want to glw y Mi a word of suggestion and ailvlco The other lay a boy up to one of UK iiorthw eni comities nllli to mo General I have a great mind to vote tlM IXmocnrtlc ticket My father IK a Republican and my broth ers are Republicans and I am a Ho publican mill over but I want to be nn liidepcuihiit IIIMII nixl I dont wain iinyliixly to ay That follow votes ths Iepiihlicaii ticket just Uoatise his dint dots nod I hove half a mind to vote the iMiKHTiitlo ticket Just to prow my iiilMnilciice I dhl riot like the tiling the boy sugcwled but I dill ad mire the spirit of tin buy that wuntwl to lint vi wane liMleinMnleiH of his own Now I tell you yimtig inon donl vote the Republican tlclt just IHUMUS your fiitlMr votes it FKint vote tin DeiiHHTMtk ticket then if IK does vote It Hut let mo give yini this one word of wlviee as you arv alMMit to pitch your tent Iu one of tbe great iwllticnl camps Your life is full and buoyant with huge urns mid I lhg you when you pitch your tent pitch It among time living lad not arming time dead It your are at all Inclined to pitch ItI ninon the DvmooratJc iHople and with that party let lint go with you for a moment while we survey the ground where I hope sent will riot shortly lie It Is a slid place young man for ouI to put your young life Into It is me far more like a graveyard thalli like a camp for time using Oh young matt vine out of that That is no plum In which to put your young life Come out and come over Into this camp of lllwrty of law of order of justice of fmxlom of all that Is glorious under tbeso night stars Is there any lentil here in our Yes Yes Three hundred cnmpI bnnlllI erty forever nut there are iw dent issues here There are no dead Ideas here Hung out our banner from under the blue sky this night mitll it shall sweep the green turf from under your feet It lungs over our camp Hcml away up under the stars the inscription we hove written on It lo these twentyfive years Come down the glorious steps of our banner Every great record we have OUl1hloollCome there young uinu and put In your life where all Is thing ami where nothing Is dind but the heroes that defended It Better Than Pills The question has been askedIn what way arc Chamberlains Stomach mini Liver Tablets superior to th 3 ordinary cathartic and liver pill Our answer isTheyare easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and BO agreeable that one hardly realizes that it is produced by a medicine Then they not only alI per n gists n- Y His Opinion BinVs What du you hupposr Gro ver Cleveland thick of the nomina tion ot a man like Herrick lor Governor of New York Jinks Well I rather guess on that subject he thinks it is delightful tall weather and the fishing is excellent for this time ot year To Golden California Best way is via Missouri Pacific Railway through scenic Colombo and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round- trip rate from St Iouls to San Fran cisco or Los Angeles x1750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov ereign Gtaid Lodge I 0 0 F ep tember next Liberal stopovers in scenic Colorado Tickets on sale August islto September 10 limited October 23 1904 Two last trains daily Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dining cars pedal train per sonally conducted to an Francisco Knights Templar Conclave tops en route to sight see Colorado etc For itinerary of trip descriptive liter ature map folders etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T 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candidate for the office of Jailer ot Ohio county subject to the action of the Re publican party Weare authorized to nnnounce OSCAR MID KlFKua candidate for the ottlce of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Repub lican party FOR MUREtOR We are authorized to nnnonnce NATHANIEL MOXLEY aea candidate for the office ofSurveyor ot Ohio county subject to the action ot the Ill publican party FOR A88EHSOR We are authorized to announce LRerry Ioney IM ft candidate for the office of Aseecgor ol Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce SAM W IKACII nH a candidate for the office ot AsHeonor of Ohio county subject to the action of the lie publican party FOR SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce JAMES M 1MVEESB as n candidate for the office of Super ntendent of Srhoolx of Ohio county subject to the action ot the Republican party FUR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce JOHN M glUljTZ nun candidate for the office of Megia trate of the Cromwell district snbject to the ac lion ot the Republican party ROOSEVELT prosperity and prog ress against Parker and parsimony should be the slogan of the cam pign GROPER CLEVELAND announces that he will not take the stump dur ing this campaign He probably prefers a duck hunt to a wildgoose chase THE latest advice is that Candidate Parker and John Sharp Williams are preparing an expurgatededitIon ot the Constitution to be used as a campaign document ASK YOUR Democratic neighbor if he favors a reoccurrence of the de pressing days of V 94 when the policies of government for which Candi date Parker stands were in vogue THE Panama Canal issue raised by Democrat leaders has proven to be a boomerang of the worst type The people favor the canal and commend President possible Roosevelt fur making itI EIGHT years ago and again four years ago Democratic orators were warning the people that the nation would go to swift and sure ruin if the gold standard was established as a fixed policyof the government How about it now And how about a party whose every prediction huh proven as fallacious THE Hartford Herald says we lied when wo said Candidate Parker is opp scd to the enactment of anymore antiTrust laws We have Mr Parkers signed statement to bac our assertion He Mid in bis lettt accepting the nomination that the common law is sufficient to gover the trusts If the common law is sufficient it must unquestionably follow that he is opposed to the enactment of any more antiTrust laws He is certainly opposed to the enactment ot unnecessary laws Now whos lied THE Hartford Herald in its charac teristic way puts the following fatu out question to its readers What do the religiously Inclined men of the country those who have deep rellg loui convictions but vrh still think It their privilege and duty to vote think of Irentdent Kooierelti pet phrase ol stand pat Do they know what thin phrase means and where It originated All intelligent people who care to know are well advised as to what the President meant when he used tbe phrase if he did so He stands on his record and so informed the pub lic before he was nominated Can the Herald and its Presidential can dilate say as much The Heralds attempt to appeal to people through religious channels is preposterous President Roosevelt is a devoted Christian and worships regularly at his chosen church IN LAST weeks Republican we pub lished an article in which it was said that Candidate Parker had declared that 100 per day was enough for common laborers In response to the I Statement the Hartford HerAld eayo Will Somebody i pieces tell liB when I where and on what orcanloii lUHfte Par ker ever advocated any sntH tllebry Yes brother we will tell you the very thing you pretend to want to know It was about tWo years ago in Emory Freern grocery store iu I Parkers home town RoseUlOunt while talking in ordinary conversation with Emory Freer Sam Mott and Carl Wismer and others Here are Park ers exact words Co I think that a dol lar a day is enough for any man pro vided that his work is steady Any man can live on that and that is all unskilled labor is worth I am sorry I have to pay more than that and wouldnt if we had a better supply of labor hereabouts Now you have it Cast it into your mental cranium giv it thorough mastication pass it on into your mental itomach and see it you can digest it- THE HERALD AND THE TRUSTS The trusts seem to give the Hartford Herald a great deal ot concern Let us examine the trust question judiciously Judge Parker in his speechaccepting the Democratic nomination for President said that the common law was all the antitrust law that was needed which in effect means that he will oppose any further legislation for the regulation of the trut It it the boast ot Democracy and Democratic leaders that their campaign is financed this year by the trusts The Standard Oil Company whose avaricious hand affects the whole peo pIe taking from each individual a few cents more than an equitable price for the oil which lights their homes is paying largely for the thousands of Democratic campaign documents that flood the country Not only this the American Tobacco Company which fixes the price of every pound of tobacco produced by the farmers of the country is ardorously supporting Parker These together with various other mammoth corporations have contributed to the boasted 5000000 campaign fund behind Parker AU- gust Belmont the head of the greatest railroad system in the United I States is one of the chief advisary managers of the Parker campaign They have even gone to the extent of nominating a trust magnate rJr- Vice President Mr Davis is almost minjingcounts his paltry dollars by the mil dons Ordinancethey Hart ford Ky iiklnic It tin duty nf liiillvldimM tn hums or bury lend nnltmilH The city council of the city ol Hart ford do ordain M fol1owHiSec I It shall be th duty ol very individual living in said town who may have a hors cow hogI sheep cr any other animal to die herein from diseases old age or nth er natural causes or who way kll any such animals for such cause to bury or butt the carcass sol KPXII and if such party choose to bin stub niujals it stall b done at some place remote and noncontiguous to malt town and if anyone shall failrr r fuse to so dispose of said nnimal they shall be fined ten 10 for each offenseSec 2 All ordinances and part of ordinances in conflict herewith art hereby repealed Approved October 5 194 ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes ot weather are especially trying and probably to none more so than to the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of scrofula during a normal October is commonly great We never think of scrofula its bunches cutaneous crap tions and wasting of the bodily sub stance without thinking of the great good many sufferers from it have derived from Hoods SarsAparilla whose radical and permanent cures of this one disease are enough to make it the most famous medicine in the world There is probably not a city or a town where Hoods Sarsaparilla hag not proved its merit in more homes that one in arresting and completely eiad icatlng scrofula which is almost as serious and as much to be feared all its near relative consumption Attend the Flag Rais ing at Baizetown tomorrow Dr Ben L Bru ner a candidate for Con gress Col C M Barnet Hons N T Howard M L Heavrin and Judge R R Wedding will make true Republican speeches Program- Of the fifth Sunday meeting of tim Ohio county Baptist Association which will be held at the Olaton Baptist church October 29h and 3oth SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 10 o to 1030 Devotional exercises and organization 1030 to 1115 What kindof Mis ionaiy work la needed in our Ass- ociationJ P Miller and WN Miller 1115 toi2oo Proportionate Gl- vingttJ W Brlstow adri1V R Old ham 133 to 200 Board Meeting- 20o to 230 Our obligations to give the wotl t the gospel and the penalty for not doing s11I D Burch and J NJarnagin 230 to 315 What should be done with a church member who IB able and does not contribute to Missions L P Drake and L W Tlchenor Seven oclock sermon John T Casebier frUNDAY OCTOBER 30 KOO to ooSnnday hoolO- M5buhz Superintendent and J H Burnett teacher I ioo oclock sermon on Mlasio E W Coakleyr131 to 200 Home Department of the Sunday School Should we ny it Dr J D Maddox and A L Maddox 200 to 2 30 Moial and Intellectual Qualifications for Sunday School TeachersH P Brown and F M Farris 230 to 315 Piayer Meeting 7 p m sermon E D Maddox E W COAKLEY I N jARNrtGIN 1Com J H BURNETT J e Take your Eggs to the sash Grocery and get 16c per dozen I Estrayed or Stolen One Mouse Colored H rye Mule shoot 15i hands high nubt eye crocked out small spavin knot on rlht hind leg Is rather old Any ifornatioi leading to its where abJuts will be rewardedJAMES ALLEN Hartfjrd K- yRheumatism Is one of the constitutional diseases It manifests itself painsinflamed nusclesbut it cannot be applicationst 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drens Hut at nominal cost to the i4 fimost elaborate creations that Millinery artist can fi turn out We make a specialty of making Hats to 4order By this means we give you an exclusive pattern of your own and no one elsf has a hat just 4 like yours You are cordially Invited to inspect our fi superb collection ot Indies readytowct and trim med Hats 4t ReadyMade Skirts A look thiOMgh thin line simply mr nn a pnrchaj- eS It Is utterly impnRsihle lot a ladyto 1101Ht our line 40 ot Skirts and not want to buy nne A practical 49 drehstnaker has chhr e of this department and maUra 49 any alterations necessity to obtain a perfect fit We = can sell you Skirts at 2 oo 2 5 f3 oo 35 44bo fs 00 6 oo 751 8 oo and flo do taChT 49 All well tailored and nicely made up 49 4 cfi Black Dress Fabrics = Onr showing in hiMckn ecnntpthe utmost t1rnZea From the simplest materials tothemoatex 49 qul ite impoitrd lnhrir 5c y1 Here Is a fine as 49 unrtment ot Serges Venetxln Cloth Shark Skin J and Zibalinen h Seventy five cent n YflrctA fine bart of 49 Copes Mohair Sera s Sicilians and tter ttnct 49 ive dependable materi ln- JJ One dollar toi5n a 3 art BroadclotH Grmntea MohatrCbevlotllmdmany other new and beautltal fi fabric Ififi 4Colored Dress Goods Drrss Gonda stamtn it means 4the best values ever affnrrtrd in this line Every 49 piece fresh new etnf Prrlect in weave dye and goodofiFifty cents a yard Tbiti line Is a stunner Plain 4 materials fancy Sultligs and all the new mannish 49 effects are to be had at this price 49 Seventyfive cents i oo and i 50 buys the cream 1of the market See the mannish Suitings 4i Fall Hatsn It It high time you were shaking that Straw Hat The fall ttyleie n Mens Boys and Child lens Hats and Caps are now in If you are ready to mike a change comet The soft Hats are strongly in evidence arid the new shapes lire very striking New Neckwear tli LIBERTY BRAND T o say they are beautiful Is putting it tl1HAT ton mlllly The cot Iiora Hre like the slut lanes ol the autumn leaves 41 Step in auf see the new Neckwt ar C1 h Collarse ket a lords If are here The must seen to Ifl Collor4 15 to 2 oo each Belts DC to 150 each The Suit Youre Looking For 5 Were ps tit Us her Weve SUIIlOU can bt put tight OM wt ar aMt and he nrnudof ynr rp fc po ar ncr Out Suit look Brest and are rtitht in every way II you b ly lout fa 1 Suit Lec j Ju VM 1bt get homethlnif int I tlf nrdtnarv rut Yt MenV Suns f4 oo t o oo Boys Suits it uo to fin on to- ChlldrenH suits 75 to f 6 OCYY Mens tdrensShoes for eVe erybody and of every descrip Lion are here Our entire lines of heavy medium and light weight Shoes for fall tied winter are now on sale Ohio county thrifty men and women are fast learning that It pays toget their yu ewaad their children1 Shoes at Barnes Store Give us an opportunity to deraonflMate this to 10nY leas everyday heavy Kip Shoes in regular high to cnts 4tt25r 50 fi 75 f2002 25 up to 3 50 per pair Mens fine Shoes fl50 to 4 oo per pair yLadles every day Shoes fioo fi 25 f150 to 200 mil per pair Ladle fine Shoes fl25 up to 300 Ckll to drens everyday and fine Shoes 6oc to 2 oo per btpair Old ladies buy our warmlined Shoes at fl 50 and I60 per pair fc mM bit The New Silks The novelties of the season await you Quite a m variety of new Patterns Fifty and 75 cents a yard buys auite a variety of to plain fancy and black Silks for Waists Suits and 9fancyWaists Black Pean de Solre a to JOneand black Pean de Solre 36 in wide Rich in lustre 9and quality unexcelled to m1M Underskirts tvery100150 175 z oo up tot oo each 1 IlyWe ff Jt 5tiwilling quite a variety of Mens Shirts Underwear for efr jjlsi7Sml JBugpleH tuIto r to secure fjr the purchasing public the brat andmIE bitbutaJ the benefit bit tfh 4 e1bIof 4 saver are rt 4 ui fi O rrOrOMOr O MMCr r CrMCrt rrtv tr M mac CrcrlllhYrvrtervVYawYag 1Yt 1 t 41 1 j j et1 t 41 f i II j 5 A III aJ II 4 II 4I4 4 ti V- r t J t I I II t raL Y As J v I S a lI I 1L r J t ow TO Busines The Ohio County Fair is a thing Of the past We all had a good time Now we must get to business The more serious matters confront us Winter will soon be hero You must have winter goods Where to buy and how to buy arc the puzzling ques tions Wo solicit your full purchase We offer many inducements 1st Our big stock 2nd Our years of experience in buying 3rd Our low prices Heres specials for this week only Staple Department Hoosier Cotton 30 inches wide worth Go this R week5c Hope Bleach 30 inches wide no starch Sit i A Bleach no starch this week5c ISinch unbleached crash worth 10c this week Sc Good t check Shirting the 7c quality this week5e All Prints new full styles 5c 1 Shoe Specials 21 pairs hens Oil drain Shoes Top Sole Never Ripa good wearer worth 250 our price this week 200 12 pairs Heavy Veal Calf Shoes fine for all kinds of weather solid in every respect our low price 125 30 pairs ladies Calf Shoes plain and tip the best shoe for the money in Ohio county all sixes our price W 150 Clothing Specials Mens Suits 100 750 and 1000 extra value Boys Suits long pants 250 to 750 14 to 20 years Childs Suits knee pants big variety to se lect from 100 to 500 Suit Mens Odd pants from 100 to 500 Youths Long Pants Wool 100 to 250 Childrens Knee Pants 4 to 1G years 25c to 125 pair Big line Corduroy and Jeans punts all prices 100 to 250 It will pay youk only your fall supplies from Headquarters Courteous treatment and low prices toall jwI C The Br EJtr1 Giver Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 IlllnolsCentral RailroadTime Table North llonuil- No Multi It llonnd- NolTliiH4n n in isi ilii Uai it in No 102ilup4U7i IU No lul diif 2fj p in NoI22iiiel2iOp olll dureabpIn- Big line of odd PantRatSam Bachs We want your Eegs Butter and Chickens CARSON Co A V Leach Prentis wai a pleas ant caller Saturday City Restaurant surely led the peo pie last week L P LUes Beaver Dim was a pleasant caller Saturday Ojsters Fresh Fish and Celery at City Restaurant J A C Park ol the Clear Run neighborhood was a pl alant caller Tuesdiiy Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds nnd Farm Implements rum D L D Sandvlur Beaver Bain Ky 1013 New Milinery Goods at Economy Store Ladies trimmed Htn from 151 up Remember we have the bluest gen eral line ol nit iclmndise in Ohio Co Come to us lor ytuu winter supply CARSON Co A protracted meeting conducted by Revs W D Cox and H McMIllion is in ptogrejs at Twvlor Mines At last report there haJ been twentynine conversions Ask to see our School Shoes CARSON Co We have the latest thing In ladles Skirts CARSON Co Nicest line ol cakes and crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant We need Apples Chickens ERRS and Butter at once CARSON Co ICheese Sausage Dried Beef and Ham City RestaurantI See our new Dress Goods CARSON Co An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs Adrian Sandefur Barnetts Creek was a pleasant caller Saturday Ask to see our ladies fine Shoes we have the correct idea at the cor rect price CARSON Co J W McMillion Taylor Mines called at TilE REPUBLICAN office Wed I nesday Full lade of Clothing High grade goods at low priced See our line and save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Dont tail to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 200 and 250 Beauties MRS SARA COMI NS SMITH Try those sweet nnd sour pickles at City Restaurant fine II you are in need ol Dress goods and Ladles Cloaks visit Carson Co Our shoe stock is lull up See our stock before buying CARSON Co- WANTRDAgood reliable i6hand high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most upto date place in Hartford RtvHMcMilhonlLinton Ind I called to see MB Wednesday Big line 01 Stcillng Clothing for Men aindyouthB at Sum Bachs Mr Wayne Griffiii nnd family are tbegucsa of relatives at Burkaville Ky Mrs 0 M Shuliz returned the first of the week Irom a three weeks visit to Louisville Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf The Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and uptodate line to select from A big line ot Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs The regular term ol Quarterly Court will convene next Monday Quite a number of cases will likely be tried Judge R R Wedding and family have returned from a visit to Ar kansas Quite a pleasant time is reported A complete line ot Mens Ladies Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs The announcement ot Mr Clell Smith of Bartlett precinct for the office of Jailer will appear in next weeks REPUBLICAN Look for it Mr William Fair ol the firm of Fair and Company went to Louis ville on business the first of the reek I Au elegant line oi Lalies Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachp Dont fall to see them before purchasing elsewhere II yon dont buy your clothing from us we both loss Our prices are I IECONOMMr was marI rlage to Misi Sadie Endaly at the New Commercial Hotel here Monday I i Rev G J Bean officiated I Why dont you get in cornea gesses on our election rentes A ticket for every dollar spent with us Ask for them CARSON Co Mr Leislie and sister Mrs 1NeWthey will make their future home I Largest and belt line ot Ladles Muses and Childrens Pars every brought to Ohio County See them ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE f FOUNDA small pars Jat day ol t Hartford Fair amphitheater Any i one who describes it and names theJ amount it contains 11STONoka Butler county Ky I Warren Ward was adjudged to of unsound mind and a lunatic by anII Inquest held at the Court house Mon j flay Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown and Marshal S T Barnett took him to the Hopklnsville asylum Tuesday FOR SALE Seven acres with plenty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or 66 acres with same if desired i4 miles from public mines E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky Dr Ben L Bruner of Hart county candidate for congress in this the Fourth district spoke at several points in the county last week Dr Bruner IB a charming speaker a splendid mixer anti a high clays gentleman He is making a winning campaign and has a fighting chance to win Mr E L Bullingtnn and his train er Mr W H Burton attended the Owensboro Fair lust week lor the purpose of showing Dr Bullington the flue threeyearold horse of the former Under the head ot harness horses threeyearold and under four Dr Bullington received the certificate This was a fine compliment fjr tuer e was a high grade of harness shown Fiscal Court has been in session since Tuesday and a gooddenl of business has been done It is reported that t e clllllUs allowed will not be paid until next year The Magistrates composing the Fiscal Court are T AI GrahamIG W Martin Cromwell J Wil cox Rockport and W A Rone Cen tertown They are nil preRentI Mr John M ShtiPz today announ ces his candidacy for Migis rate of I the Cronwell Magisterial District RepubliiIT town He is a leading farmer of the Cromwell country an upright cbris tiangentleman and a staunch Repuo Mean and if nominated will be ai easy winner and will serve his constitu eicy ably and efficiently Mrs E E Birkhead who has been I quite ill for the past week of puerper al trouble is reported to be some what improved I Mr Carl Soffrr who was engaged in teaching at Clark school house near Fordsvllle died of typhoid feverI the 4th lust His remains tered in the Fordsville cemetery the next day Mr Thomas Lea of theSanderfura I Crossing neighborhood died Wednes day night ol a complication of trou f bes Mr Lea was a soldier in the I Federal army during the civil war I He WAS wounded during his service and had never thoroughly recovered i The third Annual Convention of the Ohio County Young Mens Christian Association will be held at Hartford next Friday Saturday and Sunday A splendid program has been prepared and the convention promises to be the most largely at tended meeting of the Association ever held An invitation Is extended to every body that possibly can do so to be present I License to WedIThe following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M SI Ragland since our last issueIJohn Boone Render ly Ceralvo W H Nelson Central City to Mimic Maddux Taylor Mines Assumes His New Work i Rev J F Baker has taken chugeI of the Sulphur Springs to which he was recently assigned The Owensboro Messenger speaking of Rev Baker says I Mr Baker is a very bright young man and this was duly recognized by i the conference which gave him so yearHisj sues Is said to have been a very fine and highly creditable oneiThe Bet of Meats Etc I MrF E Keown hall purchased the interest If his former partner Ira Arbnckle fn7e meat business hereI et Hartford He will continue ness at theth tit old stand and will keep constantly on hand all kinds ol meat flower meal sugar coffee vegetables lisle etc He proposes to I sell at low prices and will treat you right8e bnys His fresh meats from j Gray and Arbuckle who slaughter nothing bat the best He wants i your trade Mad will have it if fair seicore t Now 1 44 I i ttReady fZ Our complete line ofFall Merchandise in larger 2P quantities than ever before is now ready for thes 44 careful inspection of our customers and friends The fashionable buyer will find in our several de s- Ltl Iingfrom our large collection inasmuch as the servi ces of only competent buyers are employed who given their time and study to the suiting zthavefashioning ofstylish merchandise for stylish tOur Pride J7l+ management has been retained and is showing the 4ic grertest collection of Millinery attractions this 4- t county has ever known One must see this line zto have any conception either of its extent or the m striking originality of the artists in charge who gfr are the avowed leaders of effective productions in t every detail 7 Our Clothing Zr Nothing could be more gratifying than the com gfc ment on our line of liens and Boys Clothing and 4 Overcoats and while yet young in this department e we are receiving a volume of business of which cr much older firms would be proud Our line is I just the thing the people need and we invite your 4ic early inspection of this great department tOtHerIn fact our Linesibranch with ets have to special attention and special efforts trying to re- memberf in our buying that we deal directly with sL people whom we wish to serve honestly and lion rorably Come to McIIenry and bring your family Jf if and friends and spend a day arid we will show you as a business firm that we are amply able to serve you iir each department in a way you will appreciate I S J TICHENOR McHenry fn 1 lis Quick Sales and Small Profits 1 our motto Read the following prices see our goods and f rest is easy M r r HamiltonBrown Shoes A good heavy working Shoe for 100 Fine Shoes100 and up Ladies Shoes 100 and up Childrens Shoes at very low prices Ip 15 Black Clay Worsted Sui- tsp sues 35 to 4225020 Black Cheviot Suits dzesI25 to 42300j 12 Youths Suits sizes 14 to 19 1225 lit 12 Boys Suits sizes G to 15 75 30 pairs Corduroy Pantssizes ff 32 to 42 100 hens Heavy Overalls and Jackets 10 Mens Fine Shirts at 39c and up a Dress Goods Tf S lIa All Calico 5c Heavy Factory Cotton 5c Good Bleach Cotton 5c Heavy Bed Ticking15cHe- avy Hickory Shirting7cSuspenders 9c 1 Mens Socks 5c Ladies Hose5c t Childrens Hose 5c gp 7 Handkerchiefs for 25c IISuit of Underwear for 11eu45c ill 2ateach fltiJ Mens Latest Hats at100 and up I We also handle a fine I silo of Trunks Suit Oases Telescopes Carpets Mattings all anything else kepi in a firstclass dry goods Store and prices as cheap as the tQ cheapest Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that it is ato your interest to tde with us aw SAM BACH Hartford a a 4 6Alm r I Im IINIVER8IL PEA President Roosevelt to Act First Will Call Conference of Na tions at The Hague Interparliamentary Union Meets the Strong Man of Peace In Washington Gentlemen of the Interparliamentary iTJnion I frtvct you with profound pleasure as representatives In a special sense of the great international movement for pence and good will among the nations of the earth It Is a matter of gratification to all Americans that we have hud the honor of receiving you here as the nations quests You are men skilled In the practical work of government In your several coun tries and this fact adds weight to your championship of the cause of Interna tlonal justice I thank you for your kind allusions to wlmt the government of the United States has acconlpIh iced for the policies you have at heart told I names you that this governments at titiKle will continue unchanged In ref erence thereto We are even tow tak ing steps to tHXiiro arbitration treaties with all other governments which ore willing to cater Into them with us In response to your resolutions I Khali at an early date ask the other na tions to Join In a second congress at The Ilatnie Applause I fetid as I mil sure you do that our efforts shouhl take the sluijM of pushing forward the work already begun at The Hague and that whatever Is now dune should ap pear not as something divergent there from but UH a continuance thereof Time to Ailvuuoe file Work At the Hrst conference at Tim lingua several questions were left unsettled rued It was expressly provided that Ithcru should be a iecon conference A reasonable time has elapsedturd I feel that your body tins shown sound judgment In concluding that a second conference should now be called to carry some stops further toward loom ipletlon the work of the first It would be visionary to expect too Immediate success for the great cause ou are IchampIonlnR but very substantial prog iress can be made If we strive with res olution and good sense toward the goal pf securing among the nations of the earth as among the Individuals of each nation a justse1Le of responsibility In each toward others and a Just roe ognition in each of the rights of others The right and the responsibility must go Mud In hand Our efforts must be unceaslng both to secure In each nation full acknowledgment of itho rights of others and to bring houtI tin each nation an ever growing sense tot Its own responsibilities At an early date I shall Issue the cllII tfor the conference you request ApI iplause I again greet you and bid IOU welcome In the name of the Amer ican people and wish you godspeed in your efforts for the common good of mankind t A Hunuern Itleu of Iloonev U Dnvld Hunkln has tbe credit of being tile most extensive individual farmer tin the United States He owns four teen farms In Missouri which contain about 2OOO acres of land In all Fie personally supervises the openitlons on all allied by a resident foreman In SUimner he employs as many HH 700 haiuls hi tlie livid and uses from 200 to jliSO horses for the various divisions of farm work He miscs corn by thou sand acre i atches and In a single year lilts sold SCOO hogs and iroO cattle of his own rah lag Mr Hankln stands six feet two without his foot on weighs ISO pounds and begun life as a poor buy He resides at Tarklo Mo In Uiu vicinity of his farm property lie writes to Ixslles Weekly I like nousvolt because lie Is a n pub lluttv I am 11 1tpobItcu farmer We ifarmurs art more IntercstU In tin tivrllt tliiui unylxxly claw The manufacturers make our murtifts Our only troutJo un doa KepubUeiin ndmlnlstmtlori In to hel mUll enough to ilo our work J Ilkr ItoovlJlt6 extJlll1JllolI IdPaK Tills Panama canal huslinus Is ono of tho IbUuwst tliiitfi this country ovor under Itcxvk It moans larger opportunity for our young mm It will take some such mall us Rm vv ait to put It through Ilo has the suit to make It KO I like mom that have Heat I like RKxiuvcIt b oauM lio Isnt afraid Most men go wronjj In politics iMcjiuse- Boinofjcxly hat scared them Wall street jOont like Roo vclt b use ho doosnt ioarfe Till labor unlina some of them try U run things by soturint the man who ought to run thorn They havent scared RoOMtvult unit they wont I llko men fwlio dont Hairo I Ifke Roosevelt bemuse he alms to do iwlmts right lies fall Ho Isnt trying Ito broak trusts for political ffuct Bo tar us It Is legal find riiUit hf will prevent HIOUhllaskTM An t IUHt HCfll IroIH Prom the Ibiltimort NvvvsuIHlni Mr Roosevelt Ls neither a Gl iior a rowdy nor a fool and totalk us thou h be wren tiny of these tins Is the very best way to produce in the minds of the very men it Is essential to j influence in this eamiKiign the impres sloji tbat the whole antHloosevult cum andIcrytion will he the most effective method lot Hiilcide for too IUlt1Hooil1t propa tguildtt Vltv Old Story From too Hartford Courant Tlili theory that Theodore Roosevelt Bs a bad and dangerous man Is merely 11 uew imullcntlou of the usual Tkst rw or crntlc method The established Demo cratlc fonutiln for forty years tins been to view with alarm Sometimes Its this thing that is viewed and sometimes it is that but the alarm Is eon stant This year it Is Roosevelt who is 80 viewed Lincoln was BO viewed In his Immortal day The real question however as to how the Demo exotic iwirty and Its candidate of un expressed opinions would manage the affairs of the United States remains unchanged When Is Success a Failure drlxnn Sweet Mnnlrn In Sureens When you do not overtop your voca tion when you are not greater as a man than as a lawyer a merchant a phy sician or a scientist When you are not a cleaner finer larger man on account of your life workWhen you have lost on your way up to your fortune your selfrespect your courage your selfcontrol or any other quality of manhood When It has n ade conscience an accuser and shut the sunlight out oi your Hie- When the attainment of your ambi tion has blighted the aspirations and crushed the hopes of others When your highest brain cells have been crowded out of business by greedWhen all sympathy has been crushed out of yourlnature by your selfish devotion to your vocation When youplead that you never had time to cultivate your friendships politeness or good manners When you have lived a double life and have practiced doubledealing When it brings you no message ol culture education tiavd cr of op portunities to help others When it dwarfs cramps or Interferes with another8 rights when it blinds you to the interest ol the mar at the other end of the bargain Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a bascllus or germ which exials plentifully in street dirt It is inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as in the wounds caused by percusion caps or by rusty nails and when the air is excludedand germ is roused to ac tivity and produces the most virulent poison known TheEe germs may be destroyedand nil danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pall Balm freely as soon as the in jury is received Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes each injury to heal without maturation and in onethird the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale by all druggists m In a Bowery Restaurant Henry Ward Beecher was amused when he went into a Bowery restau rant onone occasion and heard the waiter give such orders to the cook as Sinker and cow etc Watch me give that waiter an or der which I believe he wont abbre viate remarked Beechtr at length as the waiter approached Then he said Give me poached eggs on least I for two with the yolks broken pBut the waiter equal to the emergency walued to the end ol the room and yelled I II Adam and Eve on a raft Wreck emIt is related that Dr Beecher near ly tainted +Chamberlains Remedy CoughI 2lNo one who is ilsi good qualities can he surprised the great popularity Chamberlains i Cough Remedy Ituot only cures colds and grip effectually arid perma j nently but prevents these diseased I from resulting in pneumonia It is also Ia certain cure lor croup Vhoopiug cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given It contains no opinion or other harmful sub- Stance and many be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult It I is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into considcra surprising that people Ithislands as well tie at home remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after having once used it For sale by all druggists In Say old fellow Im in a big rush with this Wont you take the girls place at the typewriter while she goes to lunch But I dont know this key boardOh thatll be all right This Is an IllinolsFrenchCanadian dialect poem Im working OUtJudge EFFECT OF EVIL TEMPER The Man or Woman Who is Sway ed by Passion is Bound to Be a Loser Always One of the most desirable things In life Is for every person to learn to control his temper There is seldom anything to gain but rather every thing to lose when one permits him self to be swayed by passion under any circumstances It is thus that friends are lost enemies made bad situations aggregated endless misery reated and occasionally the direct tragedies enacted Of course there are times when one may derive for the moment a certain enjoyment in license of expressing exactly what he Feels but most surely must it be followed by a reaction of regret In deed if a serious person the proba bility is that on becoming calm rain alter the tit has pasdaway he will be ashamed of his foolish con luct and the disgraceful exhibition he made of himself he will realize lown in his heart that not right away if ever again can he occupy IIF trong a position socially us borr the outburst In truth having be haved like a fretful peevish chit i lit liar to a certain extent forfeited his title to manhood find the place of r lion More lamentable itll a fiery tempered woman who makes herstl lisnusting and hated in a neighbor iood in society or in pubic is a ter or to her family There are let hings sadder to contemplate than tit skeletons hidden in the household closet To live thus from day to day is lki having the finest gardens atc vineyards located on the slope ol r olcano and never know when the turning lava may pour through them When because ol the uncertainty o lomestic life one exists in dread nt to vliut the next hour may bring forth He or she is really to b pitied Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelpba as fol loweII was in au awfnl condition 1akin was almost yellow eyes sun ken tongue coated pain continually in back and side no appetite grow ing weaker day by day Three phy 3icaus bad given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a de cided imprqvenient I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they rob bed the grave another victim No one should fail to try them On ly 50 cents guaranteed at L Wayne Griffin Bros drug store m OASronXABeart theThe Kind You Hate Auras Bought Signature rt4Af1of Societys New Game 4 Trail hs taken society by s orm It something new some thing different Trail as the name implies is fonnded on a popular hunting sport lis played with fillythree fine cards in colors representing a fox to be chased ami caught and four parka of hounds of thirteen each Trail has a constantly recurry ling interest for players as they perfect their playing from evening in mark ed contrasts to certain recent bois terous games that bore the players at the end of an hour With tine one pack six other splendid new copyright games can be played Two Educational genies and two games of fun ranking it suitable for all members of a family Trail cn be had of dealers or sent postpaid 7SC guilt edge plain Soc Rules for the seven games free COMBINATION CARD GAil Co- Atlanta Ga Good For Children u I The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief in all cases of Cough Croup und LaG ippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes efect right at the scat of trouble It draws out the inflamma tion heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling time lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustainingoxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by L Wayne Griffin Bro m Too Safe and Sane JohnnyThis aint no lection year- I dont think- JlmmYPA says tip Johnnie So does dad but I dont I believe It There aint been no torchlight paiales PLAN FOR 1908 NOT 1904 Intimations Regarding the Radi cals at National Headquarters i Now York TrltinneJ There are indications at Democrat- Ic national headquarteis that the Bryan men who are taking an activ pArt there are devoting more time to planning for control of the patty or ganizitlon for 19 8 than to heljinp the present hill IH cannpaigu of PHikrnnd DvN One Western Jmioi rtic Coiigrcsb plan said yesttriHys Thr men win believed with Brynn in ISti nd 19 the larger nnmmr 0 theinhnvr not chmged their minds They prO now merely lr icrediiit nn the he Uiuption that the pxrHinount issiu if this campaign is the rlcctio f Judge IarUtfr and whtn they nr n control ol the jiwvirnnirnt titer vil he in n position to mfnrce thei jollciert Ami ii the pnry foils It his elfc Ion tilt lLc l CHnl1i atoll- be Villiiiin Jennings lit all This statnH t is inoit Iran I bit lot mort MvMiiti a t ti ai uthtr itit1 lave eniHn ttd hunt Bryan low rl V re ad to hrrifqiwttrts recently It i + t o ntltrhtint one Hi trail wilt i n tealpatyerrulant o he PijUtr i and whi on to t XlltC1 i 5 oooo vinyls tii ifti in c thtii nvictUiM if our n1 fgf ftgo aim bunt I Cc illatelydt iin bM est ofIit tuoicv 1or i l WH drat It t nut ioglCii to illume I at theyttli do it Can You Eat J H Taylor a prominent inerch tnt otJChrufiwui Tex gays 1 iould not cal br cause ot a weak stomach I lust all triugh nodran lown in weight All that money could do twos dune limit all hope cf recover vanished Hearing of some vouderful cure effected by use of Ko lot Dispepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle bcuefittedale ind after taking fur bottles Itun fully restored to my usual ftrengtb weight and health Kodol Dyspep sia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by Z Wayne Griffin iV Bro m BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It you haven t a regular healthy moTemrnt of tbe yourbowelsvIolent physic or Jill poison Is The keeploetheCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY PoGoodGO centa prboi write for tree semplu and book lot on health Addrei 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN u WeakHearts Are due to indigestion Nlnetynln of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigestion It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol heart disease net organic are not only traceable to but arc the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into tho 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 becomes diseased Mr D Kiubloof Nevada O saya 1 had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with It I took Kodal Dyspepsia Cw for about out months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only S 100 Size holding 2K times the trW size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITT 8 00 OHIOAQO u ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOIIIUIIATKIi 1 Talk being cheap and neixHbftry you should prftrnnf home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own llnep and he In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company 01 they will be at the whole expense 11 with all Inyou say so We connect dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Vii STI LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah tit Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meets a la Cart ELECTRIC LIGH1ED TRAINS IRON mmm ROUTE Via YEMlfLI T l9SIARK- Alai 7otrty hi TW e fCC J rcilltGRfrtiA CKXJtSUC CAtLYnCBVCC Ivt11NG CARP PEnslalaCrtoE- LECTRIC LIGttTED TRAINS Tx fhriliif rferrails HfC HUing Mtlltr Etc Addrni R T G MATTHEWS Trn Pm Art Rcon 202 Ejjiii Beg l9jiILlE KT C TOWKSCND r P t ACT ST LOUI 1 iiIEVENSIsn1S I Our Line of I Rifles Pistols 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CINCINNA Ti COMMERCIAL to I distributed lo mubmcrlberu ol COWHCHCIAL TIIIUVNC THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY cnZCTTC estlmato tho In the State Ohio for President ol the Status at the be held Qt 19O4 OFFERtTIlL UK iteiirrstciir SeSnunTnNiiiriiit fidToitch 30110 its nmullntlnatoiOOOO- If eitliuitainililltloniil 10000 Niv withdrawn firm for 2500000nut submitted of tur TilE P7EVIOUS To letterCommercial and Tiw years befprtllmothe given veto Ident Presidential J88S8I1IH1 1S33W16K 1K 190ftl019lSl DeWitts BaIYq SMITH ATTORNEYS IppenisSpetSMM onioTiA Attorney priiftwlnii lni prifiKimi IrIhvtiU HVkn- Cnhru MlllllrHlHIV Attorney tlOtl 111111111 WOODWARD u11C1gJa lrI1I IIhIlIlrl t16lrnllrn Attorney prfaloN ntlJnliiltiK ATTORNEY niul Nntlnnal pills TRIBUNE CONDITIONSIf tlire Is a tie In the Mimit9of two or more pnrlnna fr any cue of tin ton Iradmgwars or fT th- etpc1 nwiil f fII HI llii4iit Uurruf WIi hr niually ilivili1 In rii if tin li lint fo JiwnrdH iaih of llii rust h an ct mmatnrii will rwviw Fly and 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to a Crl1 All fMlmanH no ninttr hw matt other ttmn those iinilwtliiK fur tlu Fjiicinl award for the ixnil ivtltnatf mtulc iriiir ti Otoliu I Wi which must be ntvlvnl hv fiiro G nllcik Iin uf that ilay munt b r celvd at the olllco of Tho Iommrrclul Inhume sa unl mat Walnut ttritl Clnilnnntl filiio lnfir t n oclnk pm of Novem IarItIIfllTiJcctnl and rbttirjid t ih tnliT Any fItIn f a nutriiir un x v1 to an estimate will lir iiiKrriiirtii nriii iv iMiniiii tikn tx man time aura ber HUlitnlttiil with thi frnrtn ircmlltfil1- MiiliKuicvn whutlirr liy oxprif ardor money nn1 T or check niiiMt aotiiiijiiir v ry i1lrniil nnd bo made i oy nMi to The tommorrlul Trlliuni Mall timimunlratloiiit nhuld ho directed to th Minuor of Thu HiimiTcUl Trlbiim Award Hurtnil I1 O Uox 817 flnrlnnnti O AfttTan estimate has tvm resolved And r glHtin l no chunwM thoriln will IK i rmltitxl Arknowlfiwnint of nil r iuttanos tItfor fill malt will bo toad aJi rrnuptly ilK jit xlblt1 Agents m llcltor i and mphyens hone no authority to make nny rcjinjiriitatlon or pnmlnn with riftrinioa to the terms of thla rontcct and for fbnvanllng OHtlmAtcn the aKintp imllvUorx andemploy of TIn Commorrlal Tribune shall ho takrn lo be the uronti of the ubncrlb n estimating not not of The tnmmcrelal Trlbum mndlacatlonwhatsoeverdttlonn The Official Certificate of the Secretary of the State of Ohio shall be conclusive M to the total number of vote cart After the receipt nf th Ofllclal rrrllflcato an Impartial commltt uplcrtrd by The Commercial Tribune will determine the winners and its uward will be publUhfd In Thl Commercial Tribune for three das after which time In the Mifcnre of obJeclUm the award will be distributed nail this distribution shall be final and abeolute and binding on all participants In the conI lit I Forcubecrlptlon blanks and further Information addrces tho Manager of THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE AWARD BUREAU ZMSSUe d- V a 11 I ALA 111111lttrI vcr BIBC l SHilY pus optII 11l l ItB hr- v f I H 4i f GIs rut t 4F f H I L ri RHEUMATISMand other ills produml bv diswisid kidneys can ho cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its eHect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you fut not satisfied your money will he cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON Oil CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky q n A BUSINESEDUCATIONOUll man or young woman who would win MICCCM in life This being conceded ittid ol lirst fmporl trace to get your training at the schools that stand in th very front rank BRYANT STRATTON Business College tN E Cor Socond and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers euch one a special SHORTHAND it in his line Write for a beautiful hook giving TYPEWRITING testimonials frum graduates occupying prominent positions nil over the United Stnteijit will bo mailed to you FREE School open nil the year Students can enter at any tim- E J WRIGHT r r c I d eter t- OUR d CLUBBING RATES IllI RK MHiirAN uiul Louisville Hcrnld125fil- E ItrriuiiiicAX and Louisville Daily Herald 250 114 RKMltucAN and CourierJournal 150 IIti RK riHHAX and ThrieeaVcec World I05- Pitt UK MMUICAN and YellowJacket L25 TilE RK tmirAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TilE RK rniicAN and Home and Farm L25 1111 RK rmHAN null Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 825 L 04 a dIJBImJrl31 v I Manless landIlandless Man +rr+onr rar atrrers+ vttea canas tRr t R r- And for him whose acreage is limned because he cultivates a high 0 priced farm There are vast tracts INTHEGREATSOUTHWESTlWithin which arc practically manless and can be secured at one fifth to one S tenth the market price price per acre of and Old State frrrn Write K for Illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory H- Okahomn or Texas Very Low Round Trip Rates 1 To any southwestern point every Tuesday In September and the ist and 3rd Tuesday In October nnd November R Geo H Lee H I McGuire lieu Ihts 1t lIt IMtt run nint lltlnlioi Ark Clnulniiiitl O i jw i Health For a Quarter 1People who have torpid liver find life a misery All they need is a mild remedy like DAJ4ONShIJvyj ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its proper work and the Pellets invigorate the system In short theyboth assist Nature as a medicine should doc A 0 Complete Treatment r t- J 41 Only 25 centst4etarlaR 6eSt Louts 01 0 v11 O 11 rte 11 1 111 1 PanolaThe Modern tonica dose before each meal will make you feel i strong and well PAN o rA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys La Grippe and general debility Made by the LiBTCHiiKU PHAR j I MACAL Co Inc For sale by A I J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky J p 11 M 1 X11 11ti WOMEN DO THE PROPOSING In the Island of Torres Strait the Girls go Courting and Al so Pop the Question How would o j like to livs inland a where the women luvr the ptiv liege to ptopose not only one year out of Ivety lour but every faI- n Torres strait between the northern extremity ol Australia and tin southern extremity t f New Guinea these is a labyrinth f small islands mid coral reefs so complicated an d dangerous it Is iialrt that Torres the original discoverer rujtiired tltre months to get through These islands are inhabited by a Mtlanefan rwceof the Paupuan typ inhabiting New Guinea among whom it is tint only permissible lint obliga tory for women to propose In fact Prof Haddon who first visited the Islandand made a careful study of the customs of the island says that badetaste for a man to mike a proposal of marriage as it is for a woman among us to propose to a Ulan On the island of Tud when a oy grow into manhood one of the le- sIons his parents are careful to teach him it You no like girl firM If you do girls laugh and call you wom anThe way in which a young woman opens and conducts a courtship with the man for whom she has taken a fancy differs widely from the most approved methods adopted by the leap year girl in America When the is land maiden becomes enamored she sends a piece of string to the sister of the man she covets which is a sign that she loves him The sister then says to her brother Brother I have good news for you A woman loves you He ask who the woman Id and If willing to go on with the affair tells his sister to ark the girl to keep an appointment with him at some designated spot At the appointed time they meet aid talk the matter over The betrothal often is made at the first meeting if both parties are satisfied W hen a man and a woman begin to keep company he is branded on the back with charcoal while her mark is cut into the skin because she asked the man They are expected to get married but if they dont nothing can be done Ifit is the man who is unwilling he is given a souud thrashing by the girls father and friends After marring in spite of the fact that the girl did the proposing she becomes the property of her husband She even is so completely in his pow er that he can if she should offend him kill her with impunity Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing ihoroughly Of nil the salvo you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 2oc nnd guaranteed to give satisfaction by Z Wayne Grifliu Bros Druggist ir1 Not Blessed Mr Davis has just accepted the nomination by letter But said the Campaign Com mitttee doesnt the old fool know that it is more blessed to give than to receiveFor deligent search revealed the fact that he carelessly neglected to In close a check Many Mothers of a Like Op inion Mrs Pilmer of Cordova Iowa saslOne of my children was sub ect to croup of a severe type and the giving of Chamberlains Cough Remedy 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 The Lead Pencil Evil Mmllnil t tikl One practical lesson that ought to be taught in every school in that a lead pencil should never be put in the mouthMore important than the study of algebra the study of Greek and Latin the study of rhetoric or the study of literature is the lesson that a lead pencil should be never stuck In the mouth Nearly every scholar has this habit and a very pernicious habit it IsIf tbe school teacher would insst upon this as a rule and correct every child that has this filthy habit it could n be broken up People who have paused through schools and have formed the habit ol putting the pen ell to the lips every time it is used chitIdren I titer it has been wet as before but theft seems to be a notion that in or der to make the pencil write it must be moistened with the lips This it not true Probabably everybody kuows It is not true In public places people who are very squeamish ordinarily will pick up a pencil that 1has been used by hundreds of other people and the first thing they do is mouthrIt is a habit that ought to be hrok en up Ever school teacher should shouldrbe told frequently ntver to put the pencil in the mouth When caught doing it some sort of punishment should be Inflicted upon them until they get it Into their heads that the practice is ridiculous and dangerous to health While the graphite composts the socalled lead of the pen ell is not of itself a very hrmless substance to be taken into the mouth yet the point ot the pencil is necessary dirtyThose people who are so afraid of microbes ought to remember that no better carrier of microbes exists than a lead pencil that has been sucked by Tom Dick and Harry S S Pill Pleasure- If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation 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 itch liver and bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m u Special Summer Excursions to Denver Col Colorado Springs Pueblo Round trip tickets on sale daily Beaver Dam to Denver Colorado p rings and Pueblo Col at rate of 35 40 Limited to Oct 3ist for return B VAN MRTER Agt Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting oi the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Illon Wednesday October 19 1904 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois 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 to say between 900 a m and 500 p jn in 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 carried free in respect to any one holder of stock as registered on the books of the CompanyH A HACKSTAEF Secy Grammatical- The little Boston girl was taking her first lesson in grammar ClCan you tell me PrIscilla said the teacher what is tbe difference between common nouns and proper nounsWithout definite knowledge ob tamed by research on the subject replied the small maiden I am in dined to adventure the opinion that the latter are those which are invar iably used in the municipality and environs of Boston while the former HALLs color to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsItJOTffirtnTrotrJSrtl JJI i H are indigenous to the remaining frac i lion of the United States II j As she proved equally proficient ini I history and Christian Science she was I j phased on to the next grade j j SeS tAThoughtful Man IndIHis wife hud such an unusual case o f stomach and liver troubles physi clans couldtot help her H thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once andwas finally cured Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store m tTheMilcreek Philosopher I get home too late at night I treat my wifes remarks with silent contempt as she does not give me an opportunity to do any thing else Some days its hard to tell October Irom July and some days from Feb ruary I suppose a person who is 100 years old tnirks Hank Davis is young enoughI tbe campaign was opened in Ohio the other day but it must have been merely as a matter of form Pretty soon Kuropatkln will be claiming that Oyama has a bunch of professionals on his team RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A prescriptionFor uccustonxIheamllyor a year All UrupzlatB sell them I Enough to do Too bad Judge Pdrker had to resign from his Soopreme bench said Farmer Cornrow Now he wont have nnthin to do after lection Val replied the grocery hell be kept pretty busy for some while expluinin how the country went agin him 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 A Downward Career He was sturdy vigorous and ex periencedBut he was 40 years old It was therefore Impossible for him to obtain a position or even get a jobSo of necessary he became a politi clan and then the descent was easy The wBook FOR OCTOBER geared by the 1nuneiiKer Department of the II A O H w It It contains ninny Interesting urtl cles among which are the following New Station and Terminals at Washington D C The Cry of the Old House The Industries of a Great Republic To the Heroic Soul How Newcomerstown Got Its Name A Fair Maid Time and the Children California at the Worlds Fair Letters Home from CubaISketches at the Worlds Fair The Incubator Baby Do the Horses Know FateWaiting I Black and Tan tad many other Intonating nktchif The hunk U profiistly Illustrated with ntimmiu half tonetcuts Copies can bo hud at tnloii Vuivs pays HtnndH or II l 0Ticket olllce nt Sc copy Sulncrlptlon by mail post paid Ocsper year by uildretMlnn O P McCARTY lien 1Honlr ARt Cincinnati 0 p FOR SALEAn unlimited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call onljor ad dress The Republican SICILIANflair glossyStopsH Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co Inrornuriitecl Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice Is nev Telee gentlemanly competition B P KOWLIN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance IDJIh1 D 1KII Oho CourtyC- ircuit CourtTK Illrkbeud 1 ml re lien U ItlnfioAttorney 11L lllnck Jailer Ed 0 HarriiHH Clerk Trunk L Felix Muster Com tn11l8101ler Y L Montlpy Trimteu Jury Fund Cu 1 Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffC Keown Clarence Kiown Jo IL Roberts Sam Keown 47CourtvonYineM first Monday lu March mid August and continues three wetkHunJ third Mouiliiy In May and November two weeks County CourtJ 1 Sillier Jude MS Hug and Clerk W 11 Itnrnea Attorney Hartford JWCourt convcueH first Monday In each mouth MondayInCourt of Claims Convenes first Monday In Jui nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Olllccrs J II Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Lowe Assessor lleda James UeWveve School Superintendent Hartford lien L Davit Coroner Sulphur springs vaotlcas Cottrtc Ill Hudson Heaver Daui February 10 May IK AugtiHtUl November 11- 0OeoV Martin Hnlzctown February 12 M a y 14 August lU November 12 JnoM Grnhiim Narrows February 28 May 3 August Si November 11 T A Kvuus Fordbvllle January 15 May 7 August Ii November G J A Hicks Huford =February 7 May U Aug net 12 November 7 W A Hone Ceutertown February U May 11 August 24 November II U J Wilcox Hockport February 20 May 6 August 25 November 1- 4ZXartforS Fdice Court Jno II Wilson Judge C B Smith City Attorney S r llarnett Marshal Court con vanes second Monday In eachmonth ZSeilgriovLs Services M E Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and second Sunday at 7 p m 1raycr meeting every Wednes day evening nevA11SllllerFneterI- laptletChurchServices held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday anti Sunday night and fourth Sunday uud Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening lira J H lIurnettllUlltorC Serviced first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Hev J Dllor red pastor School Trustees hhtrtfordJas P Miller J Ulenu S T Steven D 3L Hocker J un Cur con Jon C Rile- yTowuTrusteesItowan Ilolbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlusley A C Taylor Cocrot Cscietiee A 0 D W meets llrut and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 07G ItA Masons first Monday night In each month Hough Hlver Lodge 0110 Knlghtn of Iytbla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Tost No 4 fl A H bold rR ulnr meetings Saturday bcforellrstSundoy each month Your Heart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a Weak Heart Ono of tho surest signs of a weak heart Is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of tho other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In tho Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or lands No role can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc It therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It Is a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New Heart Curo Is sold under a guaranteo that tho first bottle will do you good If It doesntyour money back forhreeright ant without n moments wurnlnjr would fall as though shot Tho attacks frequent and a terrible dread pOSe me ns I nuvcr knew when or where nor under wh I would be nnd whether I would survive them I consulted and was ominenthysicians tattingDrto Improve at once I used ten bottles which entirely cured run aa I have not had nn attack for five scarsAIRSJ- OHN DKE nACK O FREE Write to us for Freo Trial Package ot Dr Mlles Anti RemedyfpSpecialist Will dlngnoso your case tell ItFrQlLABORATORIES JGLKHARTINr Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 THE WORLDS FAIR Many Ohio County People Have AttendedA Few Recent Ones There are but few people perhaps who one year ago would have guessed that so many Ohio county people would make a visit to the Worlds Fair as have attended or will In the near future attend The follow lag persons havs recently attended or have completed artanjrenients to take In the show within the next few dayst Mr and Mrs C E Morison Mr and Mrs J H B Carson Misses Norma Miller Mary Keown and Cassie Riley and Messrs Roy Miller Petry Keown Hartford returned the first of the week Sam Morton and wife Clinton Igle heart and wife Berty Taylor and sis ter Miss Dtbby Taylor Owen Hun ter and sister Mr John Drake Clarence and Lee Overhults W E Morton W E Fuikerson B N Ful kerson and daughter Miss Alice Ful kersin Otto Kimbley L P and Cecil Fulkerson Ceralvo aad L C Mor ton Centertown returned last Fri day Messrs E J TilJord and Wilber Mitchell Beaver Dam returned the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs W F Coffruan and Mrs J W Tichenor Matanzas are attending now Mr I B Ware and fon Caleb Whitesville attended last week Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett and Master Raymer Tinsley Hartford left for the Fair Tuesday Mr and Mrs Nat Llndley Mr Warren Llndley and daughters Tri phena and Mary and Miss Edith Tichenor Mr Worth Belt and boys Point Pleasant are now attending There are many others These few are gleaned from memory a 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 oi each week limit ed to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec and These tickets not good in sleep ing cars S B VAN METER Agt 111 MATANZAS Oct 12 The school at this place was discontinued last Monday for a few das on account ot scarlet fever M W Bell and son Silas W F CoO maD and wife and Nat Lindley and wife left yesterday for the worlds fairMrs Mattie Tichenor and children and Mlts Myrtle Southard of Pleas ant Ridge were the jruests of Warren Llndley and family last Saturday and Sunday Claudia Render who has been in Louisville several days under special treatment returned home a few days ago much improved Mrs Joe James and children of Centertown apent a few days visiting relatives here last week Wanted Men and Women in this country and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house oi solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 toi8 weekly with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from head quartets Horse and buggy furnish ed if necessary position permanent Addtesa Blew Brop Co Dept A Monon Bldg Chicago 111 I2t6 aASALEM Oct 12The new circuit rider Elder Baker preached his first sere mon at this place yesterday Mr and Mrs Lonaie White visited oar school Monday Several of this community attended funeral services of Mrs J T Daniel last Sunday at Olaton Mrs RufvB Boyd who has been on the sick list for some time Is Improving aome Miss Lou Hoover is visiting her pupils this week J L Miller visited his nephew John Miller Friday Saturday and SundayMr Christian is on the sick list Mies Ola B Wilson was the guest of her friends Misses Mary Peters and Annie Landrutu last Sunday near Olaton Miss Emma Axton of Horse Branch was liuj guest of her cousin Mrj Rufui Boyd Siturday and Sun day rear this place Mi s Ira Mills ot near I artford is visling friends itrd relatives near this plnce and Oaton at this writing Mr H C Wilson IB at home at ihis writing hut is expected to leave again s IOn fur Central Ill Mrs Ida Graft of near Beaver Dui to the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Chariie Croumts this week near Rosine WANTED Industrous man or worn nas permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look alter ts business in this county and nd jointngitenitory Business succeislul ndestahlished Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salary paid weekly I from home office Expense money advanced Experience not essen tail Enclose selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block Chicago WH1TESYILLE Oct lIP H Hafley went to Louisville Monday Everybody here attended the fair at Owen bJro last wetk Messrs M J Holbrook Norval Moseley and Boyd McCarty have re turned Irom the Worlds Fair Miss Myrtle Lawson is visiting rel atives in Owenaboro Miss Mollie Dillehay returned home Sunday night from Owensboro where she has Been attending the fair MII Sue Miseley has opened up a commeiLial school here Messrs Frank Pierce and Clarence Smith Owensboro came up Sunday night and wilt complete the Cumber land exchange Miss Stella Wedding returned home Sunday night after a few days visit to friends and relatires in Owensboro and attending the fair Miss Emma Crisp Owensboro is visiting relatives here Master Allen Lltsey is on the hick list Jim Ford had his watch stolen by pickpockets at the Owensboro fair last ThursdayDr Hayner and wife left Thurs day for the Worlds Fair h BUFORD Oct 12Mr Theodore Allen and wife attended the birthday dinner 01 Mr Will Allen at Louis Station MondayMr W Hussey and wife return home from Evansville Friday where they have been visiting their daugh ter Mr Albert Monarch Messrs Robert Owen Jim Magan and Bennie Blair attended theOwens boro fair Saturday Born to the wife of Mr Earnest Wlgington on 30 of September a girl Mother and child doing well Our protracted meeting will begin here on the night of the 9th of next mouth Mr F M Hoover and wife left on the 2 ist of September for a few days visit to the Worlds Fair From there they wet to Oklahoma to visit Mr Hoovers sister Mrs Commodore Wt stet fleld Walter Blair an J wife have bought the farm of Edgar Woodward They will get posession and move to same In January B F Graves and Alex Bell have gone to Btaver Dam today with some hogp RENDER Oct IIlohn S Spence was in Central City on business last Fri dayIJ H Brown was in Louisville one day last week Simon Jones was in Hartford last SaturdayGeorge Edwards spent the day in Horton last Sunday MIls Pearl Wcerner of Jingo was visiting here last week Ed Cooper and Robert Simpson re turned from St Louis Sunday They reported a nice time Postmaster bai returned from Lou isvllle after a weeks stay Miss Lucy James filled his place while he was ab sent W W Hurt and Tom Wand and Misses Hattie Barnett and Fannie Cox of Hartford were here Sun day J M Reynolds and Charlie Robin son and City Marshal Reneer were in Hartford yesterday Mr and Mrs Brice Eastln of Island returned to their home yesterday after visiting Mr and Mrs R B Eastln Mrs Joe James Is quite sick with typhoid fever Tom Gwynn got his foot mashed in the mines yesterday E S Reid has a badly mashed foot by a large lump of coal falling on ItA f w weeks ago S S Hoover nf Louisville WI1i h re on business yesterday P J Qulnlan of PAilucah washere on business yesterday Mr Minor of Central City was here on husimss today Miss Golda Ashby of Centeitown was here shopping today n O A S T O EI X ABean tha h a Kind You Hava Always Bough SIgnauroit4 dU BEDA Oct 12 Rev Harned Caneyvill will preach at Mt Herman church Sunday morning Rev R D Bennett Hartford filled Rev W C Moormans appointment at the M E church Sunday Mrs Nancy Foster and Mr Whiter Parks visited friends in Hiflin Satur day Mr Bennett traveling salesman for Mackay Ne bit Evacsvillewas in our town last week on business Mrs Dr Stewart visited her sister Miss Viola Pirtle at McHenry Tues dayMrs Ellen Bennett left Sundav for a weeks visit to her son Mr M D L Bennett at Greenville Mrs Mary Vance who had been afflicted with rheumatism for the last seven years died at the residence ol her soninlaw John Harper Satur day morning and was burled at Buck Creek Sunday Mrs Belle Tabor and Mr Henry Pirtle of near Hartford were the guests of their sister Mrs Dr Stew art Sunday Work Is progressing nicely on the C P church which is being built here Mr Ambrose Miller returned from Hardin county Sunday Mr W C Bennett and family at tended the burial service of Mrs Vance at Buck Cretk Sunday Mr Ezra Gorman and wife Beaver Dam Mr Hayden Webb and wife and Mr Clayton Shown and wile of the Alexandria neighborhood spent Sunday with Mr Hosea Shown and family MlaA Oma Tichenor who has been attending school at Livermore is vis ting her parents Mr and Mrs Caleb Hchenor Miss Clara Bennett spent last Sun day with her cousin Miss Ethyl Ben nettW Q Parks Is having his storefront repaired Dennis Ashley went to Owensboro last wetk Miss Dena Hudson spent Tuesday with her aunt Mrs W C Bennett Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils clean ses and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses Itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 51 cents at druggists or by mall A cold In the head immediately disappears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers 56 Warren street New York Rea1 ESTATE acres 4 miles north ot Hartford In good state ot cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rock port in good condition good build ings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 40 acres 3J miles from Snl phur Springs 32500 145 acres 2 J miles west of Hartford fine land good Improvements 300000- A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford 137500- B3 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land 166000 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state ofcul tivation cheap 188 acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Centertown All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY THIS REMEDY Is Sure to GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BALM lilviH relief ut OIILI IIUIhaIMlirtuio ItciiriMCatnrr mill ilrlvcH nwnr M col II CATARRH COLD HEAD protects tlu Meinliriiiio KowtorvH tin Seimeit ol matt mid Hnifll 1nll nlzn Mic tit ilrtiKRlfltH orliv mull Trial il7o 10i liv mull KIY IIUOTllKllS o Warn n Street New York Worlds Vail Short Line SOUTHERN RBILWBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville 900 a m daily Arrive St Louie 500 p m daily Solid train Jof vestibuled coaches sleepers arid Southern Railway Stan dard Dining Car through without chargeLeave Louisville 1015 p m dally Arrive St Louis 732 a ra daily Solid train of veatibuled free re clining chair cars and sleepers No change of cars enroute All trains make close connection in UnioD Station in Si Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from Louisville Ky i 813 good returning until Dee 15 04 811 sixty daysI810 good returning 15 days i 87 Coach excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive I dunug October aud November Good ndLI P E CARR Paeeenger and Ticket Agent Louis ilIe Ky A J CRONK Depot Ticket Agent I Louisville Ky I C H HUNUEHKOKD District Pas eenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue I Louisville Ky I G B ALLEN Assistant General I Passenger Agent St Louis Mo i i THE KEPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner f Try usIu OA lJl nXAIBe n You Han Alwars BojH tlbt211 For Business Good Stationery is a power in business Business Stationery should be the bestnot merely for prides sake but for the real worth it is to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled by but few printers because that which goes to make beautiful stationery is employed in our printshop Every de tail of its making is attended to with the greatest care the paper ink presswork and all are just what they should be Favor us with an order so we can prove the above or call and let us show you samples Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route iiptmtes Pull man Tourist sleeptrs St Louis to I CalllorniH ItavinR ST n in dally via Little Rock Texarknmi DIIlas Fort Worth nml Kl Pnso The Ideal Route to California FliRt schedule I Cheap Colonist rates in tflVct ally during Mnrch and April 1914 to California end ih North WcHt Pull man Tmmst sleepers via Missouri everyI630 p m going via Pueblo D R G System through Glenwood I Springs Salt Luke City to Ogden etc Home seeker Rnd Colonist rates to MtiniiH points In the Wefrt nnd I Southwest every first and third Tues days each month For map folders descriptive litetature tales etc con suit nearest Ticket Acent or address RT G MATTHEWS T P A Room 301 Norton Rldf- jLonliville Ky CASTORIAFor The Kind You Havi Always BoHgbt Bears the Signature of BOSWWORLDS FAIRROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND Jlm Louisana Purchase Exposition f II f fWRailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back SeatsIComplete IllustmtoJ Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver fur copy of the Worlds Fair MarchI I For rut PH time of trnln HlwplnR Car Itwr I vatlnn itr mil on any Tide A unit or nil lrMM O l tlctAKTY Uttil IIIHK cint rinilnniitl Otilii or H N IIHOWN n IA1IIUIIII BIG FOUR VII Peoria I IIIII mid 1ihigllII II Cleveland Buffalo Ii New York I BostonII Anil All I Information cheerfully furn III or toI IIII f I Can You Figure I 200CSrlvexi AVVayITO lSTO Carson Co HARTFORD KY How many votf s will be cast for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For tIle nnr who con cuelq the nuu bt or maicst to the coritct number of Cnn rellIioal ott rashrgilts First nearest Guess 5000 Secondu 2500 OOllII Fourth 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 Total 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Cnrstn Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in thi Conprwional contest The con test will be decided Recording tn the decision of the flection com mlllIlonrt who will meet at Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be Iven out after 4 oclock on election day Be gin now The more tickets the better your chances CARSON Co Inc Beautiful Stationery 4 For Society Society Stationery is given the greatest care in ofir print shop The type faces wo have for this class of work were se lected with the utmost cure as to beauty andstylefor in stance we have a series of type for calling cards that when printed like we print is u- much like ingraved work that it can hardly be detected from the real It is the same with wedding invitations and the like Our prices for this kind of work are moderate considering the excellent highgrade work you get Note tHe Fallowing Exceedingly Low Prices upLetterheadsNoteheads good quality per ream of 500 100HStatements good quality per ream of 500 100uOrdinary Hand bills per 1000 200U H Prescription blanks in lots per 1000 100HAll other Job Work in proportion The Hartford Republica Hartford KeMtuckyco I