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Mi j t r u n q JFine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE i1EPUBIICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOItAVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1904 No 15 4 mn tIA i I 1 I laa DEMOCRATIC rowwow Populist Champion Howard Made Respectable Speech Dave Smith Praises Cleveland and Cries Nigger Nigger Nigger Last Wednesday evening was the time fixed by Democrats for their ral ly here and it had been extensively advertised by newspaper hand bills unit letters to the faithful Bya mlsundeiftanding ExCon greiuumn Milford W Ilowardof Ala bnrna was advertised to speak at tke fame time and pluce and by consent Mr Howard spoke first The discus sion Mar in no sense a joint debate but it HBS inter sting none the less Mr Howard referred to the fact thnt this was a quite campaign and devoid ofenthusiasm That the reason the people were not taking interest was becnuKc they had two cnndldntts one oiTeted by the Republicans and one by the Democrat hut both running on the Republican platform That the Democrats stole the Populist platform in 1896 and 1910 and were try ing to steal the Republican platform this pareIle asked how runny in the audience hal rend the Democtatlc v platform and only four people held up their handy The speaker laid il the rest ol them would read it once they would quit voting her stiaight It He ridiculed the Democratic cryof nigger saying it was raised by the Cleveinnds and Belmonts who had be trayed their party and its candidate in 96 and 1910 That the fame Grover Cleveland when Governor of New York had signed the bill mak ing attendance at mixed schools compulsory and that Parker had never rallied his voice against it though it was now in force in Parkers home State He closed with an appeal to the Populists and Democrats who were opposed to the National banks the gold standard and the trusts to vote for Watson and was liberally ap plnuded D II Smith prefaced his remarks by saying that he had not changed his views on political subjects during the past eight years and intimated that such things as political views were not only superfluous but absolutely unbecoming in a real Demo crat lie then lurched into an attempt to prove that Cleveland was a real benefactor in disguise ol the laboring man and that Clevelands party was the victim ol circumstancesthat it cause into power at the wrong time the latter opinion seemed to be shared by all his hearers He criticised the Republican patty because apples were selling for 35 a barrel in Mead county and because they desired that the negoes he al lowed to votr He dismissed the tHrifl and the gold standard with the statement that neither could in filet much harm on the people but he held up his right hand in holy horror at the thought of a negro or other Republican for that matter bolding an office Quite the most inexcusable folly of the evening was his repetition of the lie that speaker Cannon led a negro boy and a white girl together to the front of the Chicago platform Such statements were not to be ex pected from a man of Mr Smiths character and position and is the more to be regretted because its falsi ty must have been known to him The speaker spoke on the defens ive He offered nothing He asked gavedr no reason Registration Days Before the Clerk The registration days before Coun ty Clerk M Se Ragland for voters who were necessarily absent from their respective voting places or who were prevented from attending on ac count of sickness of himself or in the family will be on Monday October 31 Tuesday November I and Wed nesday November 2 All who have not registered and make the required affidavit tire entitled to have their names placed on the registration book and have issued to them a cer tificnte of registration aa aLicense to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last Issue Robert Taylor Behver Dam to Nel lie Davis Render J T Bungs r Palo to Caroline C Durbin Palo T E Cox Sulphur Springs to Iva Vance Jingo Hubert MefTord Vyoox to Ermon Suter Wysox Hardin Simp son Renfrow to Lottie Belle Hall Rerfrow aPARKERS FALSE TIRADES Force Official Rebuke He Shows Dense Ignorance of Gov ernmental Affairs Washington Oct 24H A Tay lor Acting Secretary of the Treasury today issued the following state menThe attention of the department has been called to the statement twice made by Judge Parker that there have been administration orders forbidding the publication of information concerning governmental expenditures This is a mistake Mr Parker stems to have unfortunately acquired from untrustworthy sources considerable misinformation The only order issued concern ing estimated expenses was that no subordinate should make nny esti mates public until the heads of the departments had gone over them with the President and they had been approved The practice of the de partments in this respect has not been in any manner departed from this year It M Parker tins evidently been led into an tiiur on another point lie seems to think that the current monthly expense accounts have some relation to these estimates These estimates have no relation whatever to present expenses Mr Parker says further that for the first two months of the present fiscal year the expenses exceeded the receipts by twentyfour million ol dollars and adds Hiw much more we have run behind since I am not able to state because the public has been denied all information pending the campaign This is a very remarkable sate went and Judge Parker must have made it on the spur of the moment without n flection lIe surely knows that the Treasury issues and publish es a daily bulletin each day and a monthly bulletin each month giving the receipts and expenses by the day and month and that these bulletins are regularly published in all the leading paptrs of the country I Should the present rateof increase of receipts over expenses continue as is quite certain the dtficit of July and August so alarming to the Judge would be wiped out during the year If Judge Parker would apply to the Treasury Department for infor mation as to the methods of govern mental business and the condition of the public finances he would get prompt and accurate information and avoid the embarrassment of being led into very palpable errors The Cash Grocery keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Lard BaconHamsFlour- Meal Coffee Sugar Veg etables c They will sell at low figures and treat you right Give them a call Coach Excursion to Worlds Fair Commencing Sept 18th conch ex cursion tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day and Thursday of each week limit ed to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec 2nd These tickets not good in sleeping cars S B VAN MUTER Agt PARKERS CHARGES fALSE Philippine Gov a Democrat Says he is Misinformed Each Statement is Taken up and Analyzed Showing Falsity- of Allegations Judge Parker has evidently been grossly deceived With these words Luke E Wright Governor General of the Philippines ends a cablegram to the War Depart meat in answer to an inquiry from Secretary of War Taft on the charge made October 15 by Judge Parker about conditions in the Philippine Elands Secretary Tot cabled Gov Wright giving in detail the charges made by the Democratic candidate for the Pres idency Gov Wright not only makts Oat denial of charges but enters into explanations abont conditions in the islands which show how baseless are the allegations made In part Gov Wright says Manila Secretary ol War Wash ington With references to your telegram of the 20th quoting recent ut terances ofJudge Parker upon the ad ministration and conditions here and rtquetlng a statement of facts rela tiug thereto I report as follows llfIltThe statement that any considerable number of officials have proven corrupt inefficient or despotic does great injustice to a body of hard vvoiklng selfrespecting Americans whose charter and service will compare favorably w th those of employes of the Federal or State Governments Second Nothing warrants the statement that towns are ruined lands are going out of cultivation people ill fedunable to get work and country ruined agriculturally During the fiscnlyear ending June 30 1904 exports were 30226127 imports 33 221251 Enrollment in public schools in 193 was 184202 and in 1914 263 558 ThirdTaxation is not oppressive Customs duties aveiage about 18 percent advalorem PS compared with 25 per cnt under Spanish regime Industrial taxes also less than Spanish Receipts honestly applied for the benefit of the people Fourth It is not true that there are whole districts in the hands of the Lndrones There hat ben occasion al instances during the last of the year of depredations of Ladrones who find concealment in remote mountain fastnesses and raid isolated settlements ol ratives and steal their carabos They have been relentle sly pursued by the constabulary and scouts who are natives usually commanded by American officers There is at this time not a single band of I drones operating in the great Island ofLuzon and in Visapan Islands In 1903 there were about 18000 American troops in the islands Thlayenr there were only about 12000 It may be stated generally that life and property are as safe here as in the United States These general statements as to peace aDd order are intend ed to apply to all of the islands in habited by civilized Filipinos except the Islands of Samar Seven months since there was ir ruption of certain semisavages who plundered and burned a number of barrios of coast towns killing men women and children when the slight est resistance was oflered They have been given a severe lesson by the con stabulary and scoutsbut there are still a number of small bands of these people prowling about the country FifthStatement that newspapers are bought up or browbeaten into sic lence that men of influence who crit else the comission are ostracized that all organs of expression of public opinion are controlled and tbatI there is no free expression of the pop ular mind are wholly unsupportable by facts Theatrical plays are not censored The only possible excuse for such a statement is that something over a year proI reetionary utterances and culminating in tearing down and stamping upon the American flag upon the estagrlor which he and some of his fellowac tors wtre prosecuted and convicted It is equally untrue that men in prl vote life are subjected to espionage or that detectives iu the guise of servants are employed All these state ments are the merest nonsense Judge Parker has evidently been grossly deceived WRIGHT ANNUAL CONVENTION Y M C As Have Quite an In teresting Meeting Banquet Enjoyed by All The Third Annual County Conven tion of Ohio County Young Mens Christian Associations was held in Hartford on Friday Saturday and Sunday last The Convention opened with a ban quet at Tayloru new store on Friday evening The banquet WitS furnish ed by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hartford Y M C A and was a credit to their bklll The elegant menu was served in four courses and re ceived vigorous attention from the men Dr E W Ford acted as Toast Master and under his skillful direction a fine program of toasts was en joyed as follows What it All Means G B Likens Report of the Chairman of the Coun ty Executive Committee T J Mor tontlTbe relation of the Y M C A to the churchRev J H Burnett The Voluntary Worker the Prime Factor in County workProf H Clay Smith Hopklnsvllle Our Young Men Our Most Valuable A- EsetProf J N Gray Its Up to- 1ouRichard Sidenius County Secretary The LadiesMr B De Ringo The programs for the Saturday ses sions were unusually strong and were the source of great inspiration The feature of the day was an ad dress on Bible Study by Rev J He Burnatt Oa Sunday afternoon there were held two evangelistic meetings one at the Court House attended by seven tyfive men and addrrsed by Mr P C Dlx of Louisville andone at the Y M C A Rooms attended by twenty nine boys and addressed by Mr B We Godfrey of Louisville There was held at the tame hour at Beaver Dam a meeting for men ad dressed by Mr O B Van Horn ol Ljuitvllle At these three mettfngs there were twentyseven decisions for the Christian life The union farewell service was held at the Presbyterian church and was attended by a large crowd Mr B W Godfrey presided at this meeting and there were addresses by the fol lowing gentlemen O Be Van Horn G B Likens Rev J H Burnett Richard Sidenius and P C Dlx The convention war a very helpful and inspiring one The follow lug gentlemen were elected to com pose the County Executive Commit tee for the present year HartfordT J Morton G B Lik ens J R Pirtle O M Shultz A C Taylor De Ee Thomas Dr E W Ford F L Felix B D Ringo R Holbrook Beaver Darn Chas M Taylor E D Oldbam Prof A P Taylor Dr S D Taylor McHenry S J Tichenor FordsvllleC E Ford RockportD F Gibbp Nar rowsE P Moore Pleasant Ridge E W Patterson RenderW H JonesThe county committee is now en raged in raising the money with which to carry on the work for anoth er year A vigorous canvass of the county will be made and it is to be hoped that they will meet with a generous response from the people in the unselfish efforts they are making for the welfare of our young men The Cash Grocery is open early of mornings with all kinds of Breakfast Supplies SKillMAN MUST ANSWfR Arrested Near Livermore by Constable W M Ashby Is Charged With Criminally As saulting Sarah Ralph A TwelveYearOId Girl William Skillman charged with criminally assaulting Sarah Ralph at her home near Pleasant Ridge three weeks ago was arrested by Constable W M Ashby of Davless county at 5 oclock Saturday afternoon near LivermoreSkillman was taken to Owensboro and arraigned before Justice Rodman He was releasedon a 250 bond with W R Skillman as surety As soon as the warrant was sworn out against Skillman he left the Pleas ant Ridge neighborhood for parts un known The officers had been on the lookout for him for some time It is claimed by the friends of the yonng man that there is nothing in the case Skillman was nbout sixteen years of age and the girl whom he is charged with outraging is about twelve years of age Auction Sale In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division- In the matter of Stephen Brown Co bankrupts As trustee of the above estate I will on Tuesday November I 1904 at Alta Ohio county Ky sell to the highest and best bidder a stock of Merchandise consisting principally of Shoes Dry Goods Hardware Tin ware and Notions together with Store Fixtures Also 2 Mules i Wagon and Harness Will sell in lots and then as a whole and will accept the bid by which the most money Is real ized All of said sales will be Jar cash The stock of goods invoices about 1400 and is in good condi tion practically new Alta is a splendid place for a general store and if you contemplate entering into such a business you will do well to attend this sale This October 22 1934 G B LIKENS Trustee Cleveland and ParkerN- ew York IreH When Mr Grover Cleveland was both a candidate for and actually President he distinguished himself by doing and saying many notable 1 liens 1 Pair Shoes 350 1 250 1 75 1 Collar and Tie 50 1 Pair Soxe 75 1 15 2015 All 375 i A I y Pcruna In Use In Thousands of Homes tExGocrnor Isaac Sharp ji Inane Sharp oxGovernor of Kansas In a letter from 1227 1 street N EWash ington D C writes yourPerunareputation as a cure for catarrh la firmly established by my friends who have been benefited by Its use and the public should kfiov its great cura tive qualities Isaac Sharp Congressman II ITcnry Towers writes from Morrlsvlllo Vt Poruna J liavo used In my family with success 1 can recommend It as an excellent family remedy If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tho uso of Poruna write at once to Dr Ilartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho vrlll be pleased to give yon his valuablo ad Tlce gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O things As a quaslsupporter of Mr Alton B Parker he has distinguished himself in this campaign by doing nothing and the other night at the Carnegie Hall mass meeting he himself still further by saying scarcely more than nothing Mr Cleveland is celebrated as a great sportsman His particular fond ness is for ducks Yet he has never been known to show the mildest in terest in his ducks after they are dead The Parker game has not ex cited the only Democratic President with which this country has been af fllcted since tile Civil war The Brown Mercantile Co TWO SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFERINGS t YOU SELECT YOUR FROM OUR STOCK NO SHODDY GOODS IN No1 Suit1200 HatShirt Handkerchief for1040Y- our saving FAMILY REMEDY distinguished CHOICE THESE OFFERS No21- lensSuit 850 1 Pair Shoes 250 1 Hat 150 1 Sllilte 75 1 Collar and Tie 50 1 Pair Sote 25 1 Handkerchief 10 1410 All for 1200 Your saving 210 These offers expire October 31 1904i I so come early and get first choice The Brown Mercantile Coitn- coatonnTI r11 McHENRY KENTUCKY I r r I i i i I f 1I i t i i i r 1 I THE BIG STICK LIEI I NonPartisan Testimony That Roosevelt is Leader of Peace Movement Apropos ol the silly Democrats charge that Mr Roosevelt is a war lord It Is interesting to note how the Interparliamentary U dun view the President The union Is com posedof statue of the leading parajia auentariuns of Europe who visited this country In the Interest of International arbitration and peace Tbe visitors were entertained at luncbeoi by the National Civic Federation of JJewYork recently Here is wbai Thomas Lough an Irish member of the union In proprs ng a torst to the President of the United States said as reported by the New York World a newspaper that has been picturing air Roosevelt as a veritaole god of warWe who are visitors here after a yew days regard him as a ruler of one of the mightiest powers on the earth who has taken a more distinct step In the interest of peace than perhap any other power has taken He IsI not only a great ruier himself but a worthy representative of a greatI tine of rulers who have done much jar the liberties ol mankind- V Randall Cremer a noted mem Ser ot the British parliament also praised the President The sover alone of Europe he declared were ready to listen to peace propos lions always with a but He the math He tacked in a clear manly tone straight how the should zrnobl words and we all rejoice In his statement ot Saturday and in bas assurance that the gnat United States will sign what we failed eight ten years ago to get Others spoke in the same sraln giving nonpHttia i testimony tba President Roosevelt has done move to ltd the universal peace movement than any other President The big stick bugaboo Is not worrying anybody bit those Demo irats whj are tOO Hn enough to think they can beguile the voters by mutt Dating the Presidents speeches and twisting their meaning into the op posite of what he iaid Democracj has never yet ben able to conduct ar honest campaign Hypocrisy decep lion and forgery ate the chief tenets outs creed Hows This We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that can Sot he cured by Hull s Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Lo Toledo 0 Wo the undersigned have kuovi F J Cheney for the lust lf years sod believed hun perfectly honor lc in all business transactions an ntncially able to c rrynut any obli nion made by hip firm WaMing Kinnau t Marvin Wliolwaie Druggists Toledo 0 FIulls Catarrh Cure is taken in jrnaly acting directly upon the blood and mucus surface ot the sys Jem IVttimonals = ent free Price Joe per bottle Sold by all Druggists lake Hulls Faultily Pills for con tipntion n1 A Word to Partisan Democrats Rtipub scan prosperity Is not a 7ague meaningless platitude It Iis got something that may be good for ihe other fellow and not good for you Jf you would be willing to deny yourself Republican prosperity for th sake of being a hi ebound pntipai Democrat you ought 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helpless ones at home who want tbe good things of this life if you dont ought to be sufficient to vot fur four more year of RepublicanI prosperity Pill Pleasure- If you ever took DeWitls Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what pill pleasnr is These famous pills cleanse the the liver and rid the system of an bile without producing unpleasant effects they do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strengtl to the tissues and organs of the stone ach liver and bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro 01 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 2i weekly to women 12 toi8 weekly with Expenses advanced each Mmrfay by check direct front head qarleis Horse anti buggy furnished if necessary position permanent AJdiess Blew Bras Co Dept A Monon Bdjr Chlcito Ill 12 6 The Davis ChronologyI- Ihlalrn TNhnne- In 1823 Henry G Davis was born Is 1824 John Q Uncy Adams was elected President In iS3 Henry G Davis was 7 I years old James G Blaine was b rn Wtbster and Hayne had their famous deb rte William IV as tended the English throne the first j locomotive was built b I Peter j Cooper In 1SJ7Victora became Queen oC England Chicago WES incorporated with a population of 4 170 Michigan was admitted to the Union Henry G Davis was 14 years of age In 1844 Rutherford B Hayes and Henry G Davies cast their first votes the first telegraph line was establish td- In 1848 Ztcharv Taylor was elected President the Free Soil party was farmed gold was desco red In Call fornir Henry G Davis was 25 years of age In 1852 Alton Brooks Parker and Charles W Fairbanks were born Henry G Davis was 29 years of age In 1858 Poney express was estab llbhed from St Louis to San Francis Cf Theodore Roosevelt was born Htnry G Davis was 35 years age In 1871 Chicago was burnt tin Germany Empire was established Pris capitulated Henry G Davlsb car e United States Senator Ir 1876 Alton B Parker ant Charles W Fairbanks cast their firs votes R E Hays was elected Presl kilt Henry G Davis was 53 years o ageIn iSSj Janus A Garfield wai erected Prtsdent Theodore Roosevell 1CI st his first vote fr ITVO cent postage went int tllii Henry G Davis retired Iron t tU Seute THEY ARE FOR ROOSEVELT His Magnetism Proves Attrac tive to Men of All Con ditionsIThere is n magnetism in open ftfllI less manhood which attracts the souls of men The workinRinen of the country recognize In President Roosevelt an nctVe worker a sincere Dituociatic straightout brother man There is no discounting the unerring instinct by which one sturdy ntau or class of men reaches swift decision a to character Perhaps the rank and file of the workers of the United States cannot give out long speeches as to why they believe iu Roosevelt but the tact is they know him That is enoughPut Roosevelt in n group of railway engineers and firemen orI on a ranch in Idaho let him sit down to dinner with a dozen farmers at 0Icountry tavern or ride In a car with mining outfit or a college football team or a delegation of stonemasons and instantly he would be sizsd upI estimated and acknowledged by any and allof these representatives of American life ns a hearty genial com panlon and a3 a strong man and as a strong leader of men j Evidences multiply day by day showing in what high esteem President j Roosevelt is held by the men who are doing the work of the coun I I try the work which keeps life going and makes the wheel go round And these intelligent keen workers looking with clear eyes upon the great labIle of society that they are daily building know how to pick a leader for themselves and their countryNothing I can make the virile young manhood of America turn its eyes away from Theodore Roosevelt Nothing can destroy the confidence in him of the steady hopeful toner of middle age And to the old aid j experienced the vain appeals of an dent party prejudices ate but as I railings to the deaf Young middl- aged and old alike in the great world I of industry and traffic have their minds about the coming elecI 1 tion and when it comes they ore going to show the faith that is ini themThe I American workingmen have no doubts abut Theodore Roosevelt They know just what to expect of him when he is President and they mean to have it by electing him Ono Of Many H A Tisdale of Summerton S IC suffered for twenty years with the i Piles Specialists were employed and ninny remedies used but reliefi and permanent good was found in the use of DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many manycures that have been effected I by this wonderful remedy In buy t ing Witch Hazel Salve it is only nee essary to see that you get the geuuiu- DeWittsf made by E C DeWitt S I Co in Chicagoan a cure is certain DeWiits Witch Hazel Salve t all kinds of piles cuts burns bruises dIi ease etc Sol II tS Bro I DO NOT WANT A CHANGE I I People are Willing to Continu the Present Administration The Constitution of the United States rt quirts an election for President and Vice President every foin lytnr The provision is mandatory and cannot bt escaped Under it the I people sire called upon to vote tor t President and Vice President ever fourth year without regard to politics the record or the wtrk of the admin istrulion in power The election must he hell whether a change is de sirable or not There is reason to believe that a large mrjority of the American peo pie do not desire a change in the Na tional Adminisration at the presen time and that if it were a mutter i f choice with them no election t ou d be held this year A national glee tion always interferes with husl nesS more or less and III the business of the country grows the feeling in creases tba in the absence of any reason for a change a Presidential election is a disturbing factor tba might well be dispensed with if the constitution admitted That is the sIlUHtion at present The great mass of the people are so well sathfiec with the present administration that they do not desire a change and if the constitution did not require ar election to be held they would regart it unnecessary Who wants a change Nit the farmers for they ntvT were more prwpous or better Ratisfid that bey are at present Not the business urn lor business is satisfactory Not miniifrtctuters for American manu tactnr rs ate eiutshiping those ol nll other countries Njt wage earners lot these ate more men employed ol gooltlagesttoday that ever bfim in the history of the country Nut railroad men Ir the transportatior business has grown enomiounly during the last few years and stilt gives promise ol future growth In short noarc class of our veiled p pulv tine can be nntii 1 but Ins good reason to desire a continuance ol pres ent conditions Ii it were not 1lf the constitutional rrquirement the peo pIe would have preferred that note c tion look place this jtttI- The only exceptions are the Dmo critic patty leaders and thoe unfop toriNt 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bottle of Wine of Cardui today WIHEor ifiDfUl Nothing has ever equalled it 1Nothing can ever surpass it slNew Discovery PrieDIOLtB A Perfect For All Throat ands Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It falls Trial Dottles iron i INI11 EENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF Slr any pubs lusiclo urtautlufruwto 5 mluutv Low Rates Toai phials wit in 5 Slues in C PArI i I VIA L3UVACcot I Thanksgiving Ticket wn be bind for HI trains Hoiiember 23 ann 24 Wllb rctum Ui- utNovember 28th for lurtlicr Particular Consult Audit 10 SW If If or aiUlrOH o P MCCARTY a P A- Citicliuititif O R S BROWN I IJ A Ioi1c ilk Ky FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business I college Call onor ads dress The Republican j r A wh1dANLY HOYS MEANp r MANLY MENI Ki ip lour buy with a STFVtN V anl let him cni y nature and the lnvii ratin iff f l1dine- n theratoutol cx rs bTKVENS HHIV ARMS are lUllnlih Safe mill Accurnti ticy have had these iuahties since INi- lVe manufai lute a m rle line ul RIFLES PISTOLS SHOTGUNS For Sale by all dealer There are a lew of them Iclt IWitrr end in NOW Ijr that ingcnixut tulllc hrte lirwjrJcn re tiN oi 4 renti in ftttti I I I detailalII IJ STEVENS ARMS 1k TOOL 1 O box Pd COIlilroMi Fall III IS i Miiiiiitv Ilirnlil linter AT Notnrv earltat VV irihuiiM i 0 hr to alit you feel Hid T1 II Ill tohMU stilt H q4c OLti i iHJtd H 1LNE I as ol GAZETTE Stntn ot i Ohio United Stttcx lie tOOI HERE WHAT WE OFFER TJ our sub rlbnraI in UlllIC mui ItaalT to 111 neiiritt rorI rectaathnntetusnrttotnlor To t Adlin J o rlllrli N rant 101111 To Koiirtli Nriiit t 1UOI Nunrrt MJ- IToSUttl Nnrst Jill To Hynll t II Niitrtst 00- To Klclith Niitrint 1HO To Nlullr Nranst 110 Efl Truth NiiinHt 3 300 Nenrcit IOKunli 3000 103 enro t tylaolu 33Jt Awnrclg 10000 Ifliutilil1 exact total there will nl l nil uf 10000 5OlMHJ The award for between Oct 1 utnl v s t withdrawn anti iuld J th float nward fur nrartst is tliiuitf making n ot 2500000But If tho In BUbmtttrd prier to tiit 1 IBlitinl award cf IIVKO IIrmaking a total of VOTE AT PREVIOUS PRESIDENTIAL To bttttr readers ComniToUl Tnliuiii nrd Weekly 1azilt Huiirs of jin emus- yearn liefurc ter in tli fuilov lag flsunu ate BlVn tf iinv In OIH for lilcnt cf tit fnil Stats fT the 1 to the lust lilt litlmr lSsMltlll IWiSWlCl1 102llo7 V JIIl l 1111 9S1 Ua 3vsSa F M IIISTTt KNMITII BAKNETf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW II ltiroKI KY XVIII Irll 11 In tliilririifii Mloii In nil theeunrtN ntiil iiilJiiliiliiKioillitliNiitulCiiiirtof Appiid to to tliilriiin 1ollrrtttttluolIIlnlrtleeuflru 11111 lend Hllll rHtlltt IIIW SMlnllllH 011111 II11 IIhIt FRANK L Attorney at Law II UY Will Irllll hi+ irofi Ki liii In Ohio fltiil ml mill In the Cimrt of Appiiiln i Crlmliml pnirtlii mnl IntliM n cpcrlnlty iilliiiln the M CROWE I LiAWYExRH- AinrouiI KY prnrtlre 1I prldesslnU In nil the Taut tat sod ndlnhllmt rnuntlll 111111 lathe ruti- roftppiil spriiiil1nthntlohgltrutyrholntll- IIrnrll8nd In iiillcrtliin rnrtirr Slam- letI nud t ri itiTliiiiiMi iiiriii r tip JNO 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more penis fur any one rt th Un ivlintr aw trds or for the riiiil awhl nf lrr ill aim unl tin rvnf will be iiuiliy iiivit In c of iiiu rl and IS awards each of II n t iirciit v tinuitnrii will ririivi t1 and i ntlviyFifty r nt iVo Inlet yu t Th Rally anti Ptmdiy omnvrolil Trliuni fur twolea and tams Itinrate-On dllar inilUn you to Thl Cuminirriil Trlluno tor four vvikrf And tv 11 nslmnlta Vm nay culnTibo for aN many vikn In mlvanr UK you jltaw nnd IMC 1 two wcikH1 vutMcrl tlon will entitle you to uno catlnutv and no mare r Ym ran nrid In a nulucrlptlnn for Thn ComnTrrlal Tribune at the rit nf fifty oral fur rich two e2 wck and fr two wks or Inufr tnKPthr with nn pxtlinato fur each rllJ1lOr two WI k nnd direct II1 rutlitnt to presenttoSIiKLYZETTI OA utz1TTiforYiu iun M nil In a Nub irlitlnn for TIIR WKKKTY OAXKTTB at tin rap of bitty tntn for Hx co months anal dlrit tin intlmat t l rcorl olin your namoand the paler mnt an a irixtnt t a frlind- AIP vMlinntH no ttiit rhw wnt other than thai coniitiii tar the Miclul award fur Oro ixnrt estltnato mado prior to O tub r I wtmh molt IIP nctlved b foro 6 vclwk p in r thit 11 munt b rcelved at thll ollue of HIM inrnminiai TrUiiim 6iS and M Walnut ventrbarticli ite Iti the runts ii1 will IIP trcutid as Informal njiotid and ntiirmJ tj ih KTnlcr willbimlttidItmlttnnefH tnnncr order or check nwt opctniiiiny yy ihtliniiti und ba mud pay nlle to Th Cominorrlal Trilimwi Mll r1t Haul atlomi relalTribtunAftr an rstlmato hn b n r lived and registered no clinnKTS tlicrln will In i nniidA- ikmuvl ilirnKnt of nil n nlttincon rrcelvd for estl jioslileAir to malt any rrpnHentntlinx ir rnnliie with rereniieo to the terms of this oontstrid fur thpurpooof forwarding Mtlmttrt tht ntrmtii imlirltir and cinploy + ri of Tho mmrrlal Tribune shall Le taken I u te t1 to agents or t1v aub rrlbTJi rMlmitlnc and not ofrh commercial Trlliun The p rondltloim jnHiltut the entln contrait and art ftilvtect to no modification whatfo ver and every aubscritur competlnK In this contest asnu thereby to tics con oltlnsThi Omelal Ccrtmcate of tin Seerotary of the State ot Ohio shall b conelualr a to the total number of votes cat After tlurceljit of thl oirielal Ci rtlflriti tin Impartial commute dPlretsd liy The Commercial Tribune will dctiTmlno the winner and Its award will ht published in Tho Commercial Tribune tnr three dayx aftrr which time In tho nbcenon of o JPIton tltn awards will l e distributed and thU distribution shall be anal and absolute binding on all participants In the cant st For subscription blanks and further Information address tlio Manager of o THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUTE BUREAU tciiv crner larrd iia u 1 f 1- a J NV yr i I r I 4 I r tr I 1 iJr tr wy v i t Of E A EXCELLENT SHOWING Though In Past Year I C R R Expends More for Repair Than Ever Before It was an Athenian who reduced the philosophy of hnppines to tco rules ul action Tik much Iron life and give largely to the living And in the centuries ihat have passed oiuc Perlclts exemplified hs precepts In hill own life the world has progesse I but little beyond the ethlcol aw upon which he it stated The teriuu have changed but reduced to uitiuiace in tetitton the tlogmtt ol a most ever suool of moral science from his day until now is lately stated in thet words Judged by tutee standards of happi nisi tits yiar closingon June 31 Ujoj waa AII exceptions ly happy um lir the Illinois Central K iihuad tot hiring that ye ir it incre sd uiitei ally butts Its grows receipts and its sx lit uses The fact that the current tx pewee of the rood Inertused more liia its gross receipts ought not perhaps t bj argued by the pestuilstl he IOIU hs at Itnut lea tits jty ol dlvbtir ing muniliccnlly It tins been a me ilium ul eiitaigcit unit otulerlul activ tty c rrying more of ttte ccminitnct and UhVrl ul the natloi than iVcr be lute It IIJIH at the saute time lust the toed more to curry iU buslne that beloie alI the ratio ot Brazes eil cost has ouldtiiptd the ratio ul in crease In the grosi incom Started In the m ie exact iaijtut uithe figims of the repirt of the dir c U th ol the road bur the ytar nJerwtl ti io it shown that the increase in giost itcelpts Iroui irntlic amountu to jr 6150691 q while the increase in tx pun see ol operation gist up S 957 367 yo The rtasoan uanignetl tut- this disprop irtionntu incre Ke in op crating expenses art The ptolunn cd cold SIMS in I f the winter the in creased cot of futl crud the increases Cjtt wage scale ol operatives In thi latter item atone the increase is howl to have been o4y9 25 There is food ulhctiun 111 this tatter statement It IB somullmeH bitterly complained by the woriingloic that there is an tin lair dlvisio i with theta ot the profits ol the gigantic industrial enter pr sus which tr illS IC the business ol this Twentieth Century woill If there is reasoiubl foundation for such Hclarge it ear lainly is not to be lound in the file that the largest items ol inciease it the expense of this ioul fur the yuai is the ttitgei paid to its operatives One nioialphov ver is certain pointed out by this condition ol ul fairs It is cumitialtve evidence o Kepublitan jrusjMrrltj which COOMI in augmenting the eHrning power o an imlivivlual or ul a corpurition and at the ramie time increasing nli mote in proportion the esKuntal tx hence account ot the earner TInn the IllinoiKK Central Railroad should show such H ii 8ut Ht the end of it years busness is no trattei for wnnre Jt would be if the result were other wise The road is an inUgml part o the coiuuiercl ant industrial devel opulent of the Untied States and neC tasaiily rtllects prevailing conditions The facts shuvn in the statement re erred to indicate how closely identi tied are the bust Interests of labor and capital and how impossible it Is for one to prosper or sutler without involving the other As to the great commercial artery along which pulse the interchange ot business north and south the Illinois Central is of special interest to both sections As the chest of the many lines of railway centering in Memphis and discharge their swelling tides of commerce through her gates the rosd is it special interest to Memphis And hence it is with more than ordinory gratification that Memphis unites with the rest of the busy world of commerce North and South in fellciating this enterprising line upon the splendid showing made The Il- linoIs Central has been an enlarged f distributor ot wealth during the past year So much is evidenced by the annual statement And in that re spect at least it is to be congratulat ed upon having fulfilled what Pericles denominated the law of happiness It has taken with a grasp the busi ness of the world and dispensed with broader plan the result of its win nings Igorrotes Not the Most Uncivil ized Filipinos Edward Y Mill r First Lieutenant f ol the Tweutyninth Infantry Governor of the isolated island of Para puny in the Philippine group who A WIFES CONFESSION Of course every one knew when they Were engaged every one pretended to be surprised when they heard it was suddenly broken off It was first Bald the had broken it off then that his heart had changed but finally she confessed that she had been so irritable so depressed and blue fairlydriven Her goodlooks were vanishing She was getting thin pnle and hollow cheek ed with dark circles ercliSuddenly was pleased again to hear of the engage ment being renew ed and it was not long before a beautiful and radiantbride was taken to th altar Slit hats regained her good loos her former hnppy disposition and strung nerve nil through n secret a gave her A few bottles of Dr tierces Favorite Prescription is what I made two more lives happy and a radiant bride more beautiful than she had ever ap reared before lacked tip liy over a third of a century of remarkable rind uniform cures a record such as nil other remedy for the diseases find weaknesses peculiar to woolen ever fccllfllllylegal snooty of the any ca e of Ieiicorthea Female Weakness ProlnpMis or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair reasonable trial of their means of cure gnnbrnrfilriliH xvrite 1fis loltir A Clirk of lira tt utinmptati Co Car I MifTrffd from lov i 1 vxnu taint wverc iittacl A of wck head ichr nod iu M fre l I took two tnttlt i 0I Inxtiritv lrr criillun and one of Smar- ttttrvlsuit finni for Hint 1 coiniiicnctil the remedies 1 felt better Toilay I am well antI KoiiiK to fclniol nod cm ilo all the work cz pettedof nose n a hiIera impression that the Igorrotes n number of whom are nttache1 t I the Philippine exhibit at the St TIII- 11i KxjMisiliot ale the mojit uncivil i of the Iritpit pOl but as i thIIave never ensue in consent with eve the semi e1vsl zd ItUtrs ot the tithes portion of the nichipellgo and ar I stow living In n state of nbsolute lar- baiisin They have no iapons LS cept tuchIUI they snake themstve they lisle nsver heard the sound o I firearm they have no horses not cattle mid their native costume i I oven mote abbrtviuted tliiiu that tr the lijoritf They are not lrlendl people resenting the appourance nfI sins gar and ar ctnirageotis nod If- nntlc el to n starts A Groat Sensation There wu a hug gonsalion iu Lcei ville lad vlicu W II lirown c1 that place who was expected to die hail his lilo saved IIj Dr Kings Not Iiscovepj fur Consiiinption H writes II I endured iiicniHorable agt iiics from Anlluna but your New Dt CtVLry yavo mo iininodiato relief slue SOIl tlioroaltor cllecterla COlli pIe cure Similar cures of Cotisiimp lion Pneumonia Bronchitis surd Grit are miiiiernus its tlio peerless rein pdy for nil throat mid lung trouble Price fiOo and SI00 Gunrnnteeil by Z Wnjne GriHiti tl Bros druggists Trinl bottlo frets in He Is 120 Years Old Egypt pus in a claim to possess the oldest pHS in in the world ont Ahmed Stltm who has just turne six score lie remembeis Napoleoi I In Hiiypt or says he tines and how he scattered the Mamelukes before him with his whirlwind sword more potent then tven the prophet heiivendeccendint blade He wa long a slay in Cairo hut is now bstl ridden and taken care of by a great granddaut hter herself well along ir years Old Arabs remember him an an old man when they were boys and have no difficulty in believing that his as aged as he says he is M Bettor Than Pills The question has been askedIn what WilY are Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets superior to the 01 ditmry cathartic and liver pills Our answer ieTheyaro easier and more pleasant to take and their eflect is st gentle and BO agreeable that ono hardly realizes that it is produced by a medicine Then they not only move the bowels but improve the ap petite and aid the digestion Fi r sale at 25 cents per bottle by all drug gists in Involuntary- How much milk does that cow give asked the summer boarder Val replied Farmer Applegate ef ye mean by voluntary contrlboos hun she dont give none But ef ye kin get her cornered gos she cant kick none to hurt an ablebodied man kin take away about leven quarts a day from her BACKED BY THE TRUSTS Democratic CashBox Receiving Contributions from Great Corporations The trusts long ago recognized President Roosevelt an a rangerou foe to illegal monopolies If the money power of the United States could have defeated Roosevelts nom Ination at the Chicago convention it would have hastened to do so It saw in time that the people had set their hearts upon Roosevelts candi dacy and leaving the Republicans out of the case they turned to the Democrats In Judge Parker they found apparently a man of that cast of mind which tolerates questionable behavior procrasinates decisive ac tion aud learns to precedent so strongly us to balk advancethe very man for the giant trusts to play withWhen Judge Parkers speech of ac ceptance was read his remarks upon the trusts wire anxiously scanned by the people Disappointment came to those who were not already awake to the actual nature ot David Bennett Hills manipulators in connection with the nomination of Prher Wait till we see where the trusts put their money said one wavering Independent not yet willing to give up the hope oi a Democratic fight up on illegal trusts There was not long to wait It is II matter of public knowledge that the great trusts are pouring money into the Democratic campaign treasury The Tobacco Trust the Sugar Trust the OilTrusttheNew YOlk Tranf pollution Trust nil are kncwn t have contributed llbeta ly to Be moats treasure chest These comb nations of capital well know how and when to be liberal They see In the election ol Prkr their only protec lion against straightforward coura geous chief executive who will enforce the United States laws for tine control of combinations of capital and illegal monopolies Tlu trusts do not cant Roosevelt for President The great couitiinn tions of capital have delicate suscepti hilttles when it comes to their man diate or remote prospects for pain But money cannot carry the Ptisidet ti election The certainty that th trusts are working for Parker veil only send hundreds ol thousands o voteis lo Roosevelt Their own em ployes will vote against the candi date of the trusts Judge Parker shuffling sentences aout a nonexis tent common law and its pussibl dialings with the trusts gave th A merle n people their first jar a + to the position of the De men rats nominee on this question 1hI heavy contributions ol the trusts to the Parker campaign lund have con pleted the awakening as to the atti tude of the great combinations an1 inonipollis in tbs Presidential elec tio1IParker stay wtJltar in this cot iiectiou us vell I s in the contenipla tion of most of his close associates save me from my friend i Good For Children The pleasant to take and llunlless One Minute Cough Cure srives instant relief in all cased ot Cough Croup stud LiiGiippo because it does nor pass immediately into tho stn- niachAvEUdt Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone andmuscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT W COVENS ChGmSIt3 OO4I5 Poarl Street New tt4a- dytF G titt911 but takes effect right at the seat of trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lunge toI contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro JI1 Pithy Paragraphs- He must have a holy purpose who seeks Heavenly power A large house often gives the soul a cramped ieeling There Is little to inspire in a spite with a debt on it Brooding ovtr troubles but hatch s new breeds Many a young man martiesin haste and repents at his fatherinlaws A wise man doetint encourage in dolence in others by doing their workWhat is one mans automobile tr another mans juggernaut Some men can say more witha hanCshake than other men can say in nn hours speech flatb1tiCRA lot that was bought for FSa foot thirty seven yiais agn in Chic go is now worth ioouo a front foo The wise man learns something tIcry time the fool blunders- A Kentucky man was recentlya rested fur having a collection of cm osities He was the husband ol se en living wives Chamberlains Cough Remedy No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised ut the great popularity Chamberlain s Cough Remedy It not onlcure s colds anti grip effectually and perma nently but prevents these diseuas from resulting in pneumonia Its also n certain cure lot crou Whooping cough is not dangeroi s when this remedy is given ItcO taiua uo opinion or other harmful stilt couIcf Jt these facts are taken into considera tion it is not surprising that people in foreign lands as well as at horn esteem this remedy very highly anti very few are willing to take any oth rafter having once used it For sao by all druggiate in Poor Parker Says Watson Tom Watson finds in the visit i exSensitor Jones of Atkamas to E opus occasion for this fine bust u candidatealready heavy Too much Cleveland to niuch Hill too much Belmont t u much IMcCarren too many sllyhs put on Tom Tnjrenrt too much Go man too much jugling with the o foxinejsas rolled up we could almost se r the fame old pick and spade a shovel with which he dug the Rrvr lor the Democratic national camhiln in the memorable campaigns of jStfi and tyjo In truth it was hued thx the judge should have to endure a visit Iron the first Democratic naio al grave digger a month previous l bispoillcnl decease Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused br- It bascllua or germ wInch exists plentifully in street dirt ItIS inactive so long as exposed to the air but I when carried beneath the skin as in I the wounds caused by percusion caps j or by rusty nails and when the air is excluded and is rousedgerm to ac I tivity and produces the most virulent poison known These germs may be destroyed and all danger ol lockjaw I avoided by applying Chamberlains I Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received Pain Balm is an injuryIonethird the time required by the usual treatment It is for sale by all druggists m Loyalty HI see the girls out at the college are so loyal that they wear one white and one blue stocking the college colors you know remarked Mrs RubberI think that is very nice yard her husband who is already knocking 3 dont see why They mnst be constantly tempted to show too much loyalty j EIXAi fioaiH Signatsre 1IfI r AS i Preparalionfor As fI similating IhcFoodandRcgula ting the Stomachs of i Promotes DigcslionCheerfur ness and RcstContains neither Opium rorpliinD nor Iiiicral NOT fAHC OTIC ccl Remedy for 1 Han Diarrhoea al Worms Convulsions Fcvcnsh ness nnd Loss OF SLEEP JB1 rolFaccf 7uv NEW YORK r d n L EXACT CGPY ar WRAPFER TfJ 1lEi k rit For and F of THI errrtaur flEW vosM air t Wii J 1 wrb a S S S t- t The of the Age t Why wnu It curort coiiiplrtlv nod it OIHO It relieve tin jiniii j of n living death All fiiMi ut rilirt cniiliiMMinil tir It Niirulfiil oiiTatliiii lull vuu world fntlicr hart filet j inrtHl without tbrtknlfp HAUIils tlislTIVi Illi crili will du It MnUo ugly by tho IiltrliilcliI rhurinuml Co Ilurl For HUI by i t J H Hartford Ky e + 6 t- xuettr FCI n at JR I Plate Holder enable us to furnish cameras of the grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free CASIORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Bought Bears n- User3 r For Over Yea- rsCAS1FII couvanv 1iD Harris Positive Pie Cure Biggest Seller WILLIAMS Photography forih- eAMATEUR Half Its Former Cost American CAMERAWith lour facilities highest Always the- Signature Thirty The famous Poco Buck=Eye and American Cameras i Genuinely good in every detail Film or Plates as you choose Absolutely new models 14x5Pocoil AMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y +++++++ 4+ HH ++ + + +++ I +++ +++4 fEM ACURAiIun rfinollea for Ioiiiiilu DIicnsiM nrc on tbo market but tbo only ono that 4 irllcultllltl curative powcrx Made only IJy tliu IinTCII riEIH IlIVKMAtAL COtof Inc v rurfnlvby 4 J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky tor of a 0i i rLI 1I f t iI a a 1 t Hartford Republican Issued by tho Hartford ruhllnhlng Company iNCoiiroiixvKn4 C E HMITJIHEdorr t rEPaot ss Curnbr1on6 34 OUCb 1r1 2 FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 REPUBLICAN TICKET IDIl IHIII I- THEODORE ROOSEVELT or NIV YOIIK IOU V1CK IHKSIDKXT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS Ill INDIANA lillt clInH1 DR BEN L BRUNER ANNOUNCEMENTS FinHOlTXTY JVIXiK Wo nru nutliorlzvil to ntinonnw W It Tivn IIH n IliniHUiiU fir tin olBw of Iniintv luilfi 01 Ohio county Milijtft to tin net lon ot tin Itppul llnin jiiirtyIOll REIItErtNIA VIVEl- we r r ward nnn niitliorlzeil to nnnoinift n rnnOlilnti for the oltliv nf KfiiwwmtHtlvo tll Ohio roiiuty subject to the net lou of the Itipnl Venn party lyr roll nnlbnrlzed to nnniiiinif I S MASi IIH n ciiiuIIOiitf for the offliv of ltiirpMiitntle I Ihio county milijwt to the nctlon itf the leiiili lliiin pnrtv non coITN rY OITKT tMIUK- Ve urn initliorlzctl to iiiiiioiince II IiiivU Itovn us a camlMiitf for the olllce of County Conn Clerk of Ohio entity eulijwt to thunctlon of tin ItfpubtUnn party ire ore nnthorizeit to nnnonncr Wlllnirn Till Icy an n ciinillduto for the otire of County Court Clerk of Ohio Comity ciilijwt to the nctlon of tin Itipubllcnu party We nri1 nuthorlieil to iinnounre Kvirett 1 TnvIoriiHiicnnillilntifor the olllce of County Court Clerk of Ohio county milijwt to till nctlon of the JIllIIhIlClIIIIIIlt nut COUNTY ATTOHXrY lye are IlIIthollz to nnnonncu K M Wood ward ns u candlcliite for the olllie of County A v tornev of Ohio county subject to the nctlnn m- ilthe lUpulillcun party FOIl NIIKKIFK lvnn innliorizrd to umunwee It II Martin IIH n cnnilldiite for the ollko of Sheriff of Ohio bounty Kiiliject to the nctlnn of the Itcpulillcnn party FOR lAIIIMC- e ore initliorlzcd to iinnounre IAMKSI MOIITON ax u eniidlilate fur the olllce of tuner of thin county Hiibjwt to the action of the Its piiMlrini party- ttrnreaUthorlaed to Hiitiounee OSCAI Mlli KirrnHii cNiiilldntu far the iiUliv of lullvrof iihlo county til Jft to the nctlon of the Itepnti 1i 111 iiirt- yi a ore mithuriw to iiunoiiDre Cltll Smith of 1 irtlett + prwlnrt n u cnn il lntt for the oillif ci miler lllblll Kiuiitr iibjwt to the action of the Uipnbllvnii puny use niwuuthttrlutl to aonoiiMtti W II Lyons u M in lllnte fur the ofllne ot duller of thin iintviialijcrt to tile lUtlnn of the itvinbllrMli Iftn H HIV niilhurixil jinnoiincTIIKd AIlKN n ii inndlilat for tbII1I Jnlter ofOhloioitu subject to the action of the Itapnbllcan tvrty lUstrJa Un tttire unthollic to iiiinillliiv NATHAMKI M IKV HHA cnnlliliite tit t heanal eof IIrYNIUr i itch county HUbJect In tho nvtlun of the Hi ailliiN party soft ASSrSSOK- We urn iintliorizml to onnouncu I Hurry lonev m a rn iidldat for tin outs of AuMfnor of iihli e liityiilhjwt to the Mellon of the llopubllcHli iiriv U nrv aiilhdilzwl tn iinnoiinie SAM W 1Il IItlrarnndldntefurthenuttyof Asmtiiior ut i ililo county unbJiNt to the nctlon of the lie plillrnl party roR Sill rinvriM ivr- We are anthoritHil to niiiioiiuce JAMKS M lieWKKSK in enildldilto fur the olllce of Sillier irtlitlclit of SchoolH of iihlo iiiiiuty nuliJiHt to til action of the 1IIItIltIIIIIlt soft MAOISTKATr- UP are authorized to announce JiillN 11 Sllf lTX UM ii cnndldatf fur the utire of Mauls Iniltouf ih Crotiiucll ilUtrlit nleit TO the ac tin of the Itepuiillran part TEN days now before the election KOOSKVKLT and Fairbanks Novem SDn BKX L BRUXEJJ for Congress November S ASK YOLJt neighbor if he courts a return of conditions that existed from 18i3 to 1897 IT IB significant that we never hear Parker ask for support on the strengthof his partys record Tun people will be slow to place in power a party that has no convictions nor courage to maintain them if it lead them fair the coiijupftion of 1904 Uemociitcy First jur ou eeopus second person eoapus third pereo n souphouse f IT is quite interesting to note with what earnestness a Democratic Attor neyGeueral Is searcbing for Bom law to prevent the Populists from getting the names of their candidate on the ballots in Kentucky at the coming election Some how or othe it seems that Democrats do not love the Populists as they once did DAVE SMITH the Democratic nominee for Congress in hIs speech here Wednesday said I believe in the same principles that I have believed m since my maturity 111 1900 he swore he believed implicit in the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 Does he believe in it yet If so he is ling by his actions in supporting Parke on a gold standard platform REPUHMCANS make no claim in behalf ot their policies and their ad ministration which are not justiiiei by actual experience neither do they make any charge against Democratic policies nUll Democratic administra tion which are not fully warranted Democrats make no claim at all in behalf of their administration am none in behalf of their policies afte the people become thoroughly famil iar with them IT is remarkable to what extremes some Democrats will go and wha desperate sad underhand means they will employ to strike a blow at the Republican party A few of the most unscrupulous are now sneukuij around trying to induce Pvepublicau from various parts of the county to run for the office of jailer hoping thus they will be defeated become sore on the party and refuse to auppor the ticket next year Such despica ble and cowardly individuals should be beneath the notice of all respecta ble people and should be closely watched by everyone who wishes well to the cause of the Republican partyDUIUNG the course of his speech Wednesday and just before he gave way for Dave Smith to speak Mr Howard the Populist orator from Alabama requested every one in the audience who had read the Democratic platform to raise his laud Four individuals promptly lifted n hand indicating that they had eachread the Democratic platform It has since developed that one of these is a Populist two Republicans and one Democrat The crowd was compos eduf about 100 Democrats a few Populists Rnda few Republicans ThIs shows that of tin Denu crats in the crowd that heard the Hon Dave i Smith tho present Congressman from his district deliver his famous war speech oUP hundredthof them have read the declaration of principles on vhich Parker is running and for which every one of them willote I oel11lbelelligently at I The Hartford uhfwhich poses ss the goodygoody nicetynice news paper always correct uptodate conservativeit thinks it is tho only itwhen ountry newspapers are under consul ration says There van lie nojdoubt thnt the ninny iiiiiiieleHM outrages perpetrated by lecher ou mtrro tiritcH upon the fair women of the South were prompted In II Krvat mens lire by the curial recognition Klvlnn tiara by Irii ldfht Ibo +evelt No more vile and malicious sIanI del was ever uttered against an upright honest Christian gentleman i resident Roosevelt is accused ot he ing responsible for the criminal as attics made on respectable white women by lecherous negroes We do uol understand how a newspaper or uyono who has the slightest regardI for truth or anyone posessing the attributes ofn gentleman could for one moment entertain suchan lea much less publish it The host plausible excuse that we can of- fcr for the Heralds departure from the path of decency is that its editors a chronic dyspcctic which is prob bly complicated by tho return ot- his old trouble of tissue but which lems to be in the lead this time in toadof at the old site l THIS week The Hartford Herald ontiuuea its tinide about Parkers atcment that a dollar a day is enough for unskilled laborers and publishes an affidavit as long as the moral law which the Herald says de nounces TUB REITJHLICANS state meat about Parkers declaration as a lie without foundation Ac cording to the Heraldfor its ve rarity we are not vouching the first time THE REPUBLICAN said anything about what Candidate Parker had saidabout the right price of la bor was October 7 Again on Octo her 14 quoting from same authority THE REPUBLICAN mentioned the matter again From the affidavit pull lished in the Herald it will be uoto that it was made andsworn to Sep tember 19 just IS days before Tin REPUBLICAN ever mentioned the matter and the same length of time before we knew that Parker had ever declared that 1a day was enough for unskilled labor It will be fur ther noted thnt the affidavit does not mention THE REPUBLICAN directly or indirectly However it the Her aids sworn to proof and great tirade are applicable to THE RKPUIJLICAN wi are not advised and have no menu of knowing that the signers of the af iidavit are not common campaign dc famers who like the Herald man are at the command ot the bosses and ready to arm themselves wIth any kind of lying statement THE INDETERMINABLE The Grayson Gazette a twoby four publication supposed to bo A spontaneous outburst of the rock ribbed hills of Grayson county as no one appears responsible for its existence breathes forth the following lildce Iarker voted for llrynn twice on a freesilver platform althouub he be llevrd the Rob Mandard wan Irrevocably Ward Mr llryan very loyally aVH thnt he that his friend can not do lens than Hiipport India tnrker III return fur ids loyalty to the pnrty There it is in a nut shell Demo crat leathers who four years ago and eight years ago rallied to the slogan of free silver 16 to 1 or bust und who were certain that the country would go swiftly to ruin if the silver craze was not adopted as a policy of the government are calling upon the hosts ot their adherents to sup port a man who has been an avowed gold hug all the time but who was so politically hide bound and PO ex cessively partisan that he voted twice in direct opposition to his honest con fictions Logical Indeed Where it the sane reason why Mr Bryan nod the more than 6000000 indorsee of Iree silver should vote in favor of- lithe crown of thorns that he so vividly pictured to the people in 1890 uul 1900 Democrats who are ins lined to answer at tillsay that it it because the St Louis convention des sided that the mousy question was not in issue this 3 ear Suchare iponse is not an intelligent answer It is out nn answer at all It does lot explain in the slightest degree why Democrats have abandoned their reo silver doctrines If they see the error of their way why not say so and not attempt to palm oil the St Louis invention doctrine as nn excuse for heir course Mr Bryan thought iiite differently of Parker and his audidacy before be was nominated to what he thinks now Listen to his utterances and hear the dry bones attle Judfro Parker U not fi nt mini to lie nominated cither by thu Democratic par ty or by any parly dint toads fur hun esty or fair denllniiln polltlm WIIIUM 1lIusHow man of the caliber that Jryan is supposed to be can have the imerity to support and ask an intelligent people to support a 1111111 for tho residency whom he so recently con lemned in suchstrong terms is beyond our ken But such is the history of latter day Democracy and of Democratic leaders They have no fixed policythey refuse to assume reo ponsibility for anything amid when hey are accused of favoring any certain governmental policy they ape ologetically deny it Democracy may therefore be amicably summar- Ized as the unknown and indeterminable seeking preferment without of Bring n single sane reason why it hould be ha- de 4Parker Corrected Again lonUvllle Herald Even such an excellent and life 1 inir Democrat HS Gen Luke E- Wright Governor of the Philippines il compelled to repudiate Judge arkertfhbiurd and unpatriotic atate merIt roncerninK the conditions i1- 1the Philippi lief bisectrn the hyster Ical fact given out by Boston antlj r w w wwtttiw ww + uI1 i E P BarnescvBro I bIM- Q Womens Wearables of Genuine Excellence 4Popular prices wore never allied to handsomer styles timl finer inulities than jj 4 those we are showing this season You will be surprised when you see our magniii J R cent anti varied assortment of Fall Dress Materials readymade Skirts Wraps and j 4t Furs Values unmistakable Its an opportunity you cant allord to miss LI4 4qMillinery4V Miss Menle Kingwho is at the head ot this de- partmentJ has certainly surpassed any former effort jo in the selection ot exclusive patterns copied tromI 44tle latest production from the its lccenters of the lcworld The elegance ot our own creations have nev- JS er deserved Wore praise and prominence that now Jo Our showing embraces Hats for every nqttirerien- tj i Irani the snmtt dress Hat at nominal cost to the 1 HKSt elaborate creations thnt Millinery artist can 4Q turnout Ve make a specialty of making Huts to order By this ineans we ijive you nn exciuslve- jo pntUrn ot your own anti no one ess has a hat just 4q like yuirs Yon are cordiily irvited to inspect our 9 supeib collection ot Udiis rmc ytowiar and trim 4 mel Hats Il 4 4Z ReadyMade Skirts A m k tlKin li Uii I i nv nirMts H i ivhiiff 1It i ntt ly nnpos + 1tc It a = 0 lc kit our hue 4 ot Skt+ it nil nut + u ne A pr cti a 4 firrsmakir Imschfr t tit rptrtuenthtntl nm v Irrjl a r v s Ivi h a prifttct fit Vc- jo 7Rt hlI vin krts1 1 ja 50 3 oo 535 4Si 55 6nn f5 5so mind jtn to lahI41 All well tlilotfd niltil m dttop = U3 4 Slack Dress F bricsII41Our 51111 11 IIIC t t ranges FlIIlh mntls t IUtL r It tiiih n vitx 4c quinite ipllrillhr1 + 5 c t l iIrfi 11 III a 4 sorMtuiii it Siftgrs Vnetitri Cl ti o1tt k Skus =1Rthl Zibalinrs 41 venty fivt ceutt a artA fie its ortill rat 41 Crapes Molnn Sergts Sicilians aidother it mctI t ive ependaVe tuateri Its dolar to t5n n jaH BrondclUliH Grnntes 4311nhar Cheviots nnd many other new and beautiful q fabrics 41 41 1 Colored Dress Goods As this is a coluied Dress Goods season it lilt a is 4the btS values ever aflfardtd in Ihs line livery 41 pire fresh nw stuff Perfect in weave dye and C4 finish 250 bays bvautilul new mixture with good weight and excellent wiring qualities infiyc i frets lire to be had nt thi pric 3 Seventy five Ct rats i oo nnd i 50 buys the cream ot the tnniket Se the mannish Suitings 41 1 31 Belts and Collars The newest daintlvtt and first the IraTk t hflons 21 are here They must be seen to be appreciate tc Collrr 150 to 2 oo each l1 Belts I ic to 150 eah Z awvt w EM Imperialists Gov Wright denies every one of Parkers ludicrous and exagtrateri assertions All these statements cnblvj Gov Wright Hare the veriest non rfenie without a scintilla of fact to support them It Gov Wrijfht is it Southern Democrt an txConlsdei ate Tennesseenn of splendid record He WPS made Vice Governor ol Philippines by McKinley and was promote to be Governor by Rooye velt when Judie Taft was recalled to be made Secretary of War Goy Wright is still a Democrat as far a + anybody knows He was not required to change his politics to accept the appointment President McKinley In fact chose him because he was a Democrat and because the administration of the Philippines a+ to be nonpartisan For the same reason President Roosevelt promoted him Gay Wright a staunch Dem ocrat unites with Secretary Taft and Root In exposing the perfect nonsense of Judge Packers assault on the government of the Philips Parker has evidently been grossly deceived concludes Gov Wright If so let us see whether Judge Parker corrects his gross mis statements and thus hastens to unde celve the thousinds of persons who might accept his variest os tact because he paid If Judge Packer was grossly dtcsiv ed he wan deceived by the noisiest little crowd of trouble slouters in the Mens Shoes Ladies Shoes Chil drens Shoes Shoes lot tv erj h1r1t1ll ut cvcrv IcCtip ton nil lute I Our entire1 ljrif ut huc itieihnm H n d nest i1tSttits lor I nndatui it nov 40 r N t Ohio Cuntys I thnlv in t n and women are fits learning that it rays to get their t1M own and their IL illiens Shoes at Barnes Store Givs us nn opj ntunity to dftuor iit this to jou Mens iVjiy af h ivy Kip Sos in regu ar high b cuts at Si5 fi 51 1 7ct z 25 ui to 3 5 f1r per pHii Mrns tine Shoat 15 to J o JKT pair Luilim fviv ty ShiMNi it MI 1 J5 i ift fjoi t pir pnir tlClIIiIl Chit U dienn v rvdv i1lllilll Shoes 6 ic to 2 no per pair Oi ait btyour llIulUattCl Sho t Ji 51 tfind 16 per Iir t tip I The New Sills i The novelties ti the eim n a i i uu Jit a vnMtfty ot ntw 1iitrrn- 1ittyI rind 75 ontf a y rl Imyi nu n v t tI1 ol tuncy nilS rUcc SiUn tii Wni J Suit nrd Skirts One dilldr n y Itd iTirV lUll alc lu11t 11 t eiilancy S Iks Inn shin r nirt Siiilii rlltrple t Wilss BRk I Van ilu Smrv very ierf n viidid titluefOne dollar am+ n l a I nf l 751I h it1ntlrH t and olIk Pfin ds Suirr 56 In wide Run in lutire and qunlitv unrctll d tu New Goods Arriving Daily tWe might commute this entire pijur unit then we t could only jive the tlighVst Idea of wlut u t ftiJ1all sires and all prices IN st am1 lull Ho r in ill t1M sizrs Blanket Coniform IpoIIlJI Iltriitiue tit Trunks Telisropes Suit Cise Stoves Wagons nrd Buggies You c rtiinly cunnnt nflor l to bun your fall supplies with ut tivlnd ns nn 1 niinitv to t show you ntlr Utica me trlR In oil tflnts t to secure fir the H the hot sad t2t tthntv- I of the 9t f 1 Beaver DarnD Iyr Zy Z 1 a- iJCCOC = CCOCC rr tCtCICIC r CVo r v arsrw Y YYYV rar Y vwvw aaa V 9ttrtra r t v srrt a d cu u the Elihu pinesJudge nonsense it ShC1I5UllClI tt plain tb tt We benffi Uiile States =the Boston aunthH1 Led by IMwnrd AIrlnsn sail Carl Jrchix t ler huvc nnnoyrd the wtolv country with emotional outbieaks If Jmle Parker can be dfruivM by such people he rhovK such incapacity for sizing up men that wiud mnke him file WI nkct Prtsiitent ol Ail history 11 he wau not deceived what are we to think ol the sincerity ot a candidate who will ttin k his ad versary with such flimsy and foolish inlsehoodf Take your Eggs to the Cash Grocery and get 16c per dozen IIGENERAL INTELLIGENCE The body of Ctl Ufcvid G Colson bus keen exhtuntd at MtddUshoto and the brain stomach and liver taken to LouUville for chemical analy sis It llowlng repeated rumois ol pal son having been administered County Julge L K Rice gave the orJer for investigation The receipts of the Worlds Fair for the first four months exceeded disbursements by 188 955 This will be materially increased by the ntt re ceipts for September and October The death penalty was given Jacob BIschoff wife murderer by the Jury in the Jefferson Criminal Court Lou isville Tuesday just hilt an hourbe fog uquired hr cieliSernlni I The architects pha Lr K tuk A =J new State LNtltol have linen coitlplv ted and tinr Capitol CotmnUston wil meet Novmitjor in to receivu them and call fur pioprsifo Great Britain hus ntt a long and urgent note to the Russian Govern ment detailing the HrnimstanceH of the muck on the Br tech fishing limits in the North sea by the Russian tec J ond Pacific squadron 1 he text of the rote Ins tint horn made public but it is sari to contnin tilt Ntn ment thttthe Mtiuuion ftn tr which does not brook dtUy Russian i fluiuls at St Pererfb irg Iretly express their re grits but say tl at m I I rniHl action can he Iflier iifiil Ihf flicisl rtuort of Admiral Rjrsivensly has btn received The Kidneys When they are weak torpid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neg butheedbloatedfacethe urinary disorder and begin treatmentat once wit- hHoodsSarsaparilla whichcontainsthebest and curative substances curessendC I Hood Co LoweD Moss I t I I I I i e e i MN JI 1 I j j t Iar r II I 1 t II 1- A i- L If A w J II 1 4h t t l i r J I I wi t1 CORSET TALK I It is our pleasure to inform the Ladies of Hartford anjl vicinity that we are now sole agents for the celebrated American Lady Corsets None better Styles are up to the latest Corset Special No 160 Girdle ry pro a of to a of in at 1 ire in at our The ut 1t 28 Tlmo Ynrll Hound Smith N 11L ItIIn III No 121 dmllal Big line of odd Pants at Sam Bach The of the New is here j Co I J P Loyd Ferry called to see us lay Fresh Fish and at City Your will U5 Co j Try those sweet and sour at I City fine Let us know your wants We will do the rest Co Miss Mary Hunt wick J is the guest of Miss Annie city j New Goods at Store HtH from 1 5 up- S W Crowe and O W Edge Mc were very cellers A lint of Mens Ladies and Blown Shoes every pair guaran teed canbe found at Sam Bachs of very styles on market A Corset for slender figures hip straight in front IonlyA perfect Beauty IIIportions Designed from correct concep tion essentials required to persuade the figure into the contour sary stylish gown Made Bortheau cloth only Trimmed top with handsome Our Special Price only above Corsets made IThe qualities theIphamplet and them Place Is Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER Illinois Central Railroad Table IIIIII 1111NCII p1el1s1lintNewest CARSON Barretts Wednes Ojsters Celery Restaurant coming yUiok please pickles Restaurant CARSON Oweusboro Milinery Economy Ladies trimmed Henry pleasant Saturday complete Childrens Hamilton One the best the perfect Deep front with hose OurIprice only 100 I the proper neces white lace also 85c Call read about CARSON Collins Youths iNicest line of cakes and crackers in i Haitford At City Restaurant An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Stun Bachs Big line ol Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs If you buy here you are sule- CARSON Co I ITry em alt and then look here j CARSON Col i WANiIWA good reliable i6hand high gray horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR The Economy Store for your Boyr Suits A large new and uptodate line to select from If yon dont buy ynurclothing from UH we both Us Our prices art 11 was the lowest ECONOMY DRY GOODS STOUR I Mrs Altx Grlesby left Tuesday for I a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs Manda Henry near Owensboro D viess county Dont Ml to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 2 oo and 250 Beauties I MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Mr Joe FosterBeaverDam Messrs James A Caldwell and B F Thoma sonofMorganfield Union coun were the guests of Mr and Mrs Isaac Fos ter Wednesday A few days ago Uncle Louis Gun ther presented us with a supplement to Tins REPUBLICAN of October 26th 1900 Thanks Uncle Louie It la good rending if it is four year old FOR SALESeven acres with plen ty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or 66 acres with same if desir ed i3 miles from public mines E 11 MILLER- tf McHenry Ky New fall shades in Kid Gloves at Falra City Restaurant surely led the peo ple last we kY f M The best line of tveryday wear shoes is a Far The new shades In tall Dress Goods are at Fairs New readymade Skirts in Blue acd Brown at Fairs Wear the American Beauty Corsets They are at Fairs Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Boneless Ham City Restaurant Fairs Ladles Jackets are the pret tiest and cheapest In Hartford Something new in Millinery every week at Fair Come and see them Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most upto date place in Hartford Two Pena around the Horn a maritime play by Bryants Comedy Company tomorrow nightII FOR SAL1tA milch cow J R PIRTL- Eqz Hartford Ky I A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good HS the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Pachs This is the season fur Overcoats j and Cloaks We have a mammoth stock at the correct priceIi New Cloaks jnot received at the Economy Store See them You 111 get the worth of your money in ev garment j Jane a farce Comedy in three acts by the Bryant Comedy Company at Taylors New Stort tonight High j class Vaudeville between each act I Full line of Clothing High grade j goods tit low priced See our lint and save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Prof Wilbur Stevens of Livermore and Hon A B Tichenor Mata za j will address the farmers at Waltons i creek church November 5 a 7 oclock pm i The college building at Blandville J Ballard county in which Miss FonnieIj Render has been teaching i sumed by fire last Monday Mist i Render lost most of her wardrobe I j Mr John B Wind of the No Creek I neighborhood who has been confined I in the Hopkinsilk usjluu for i past two years has recovered and iII now at home I Last Monday Rufus Griffin a young colored fellow wes tried before Judgt Miller charged with breach of the peace He wan found guilty and his punishment fixed at a fine of5oo and ten days in ja 1 Mrs J R Smith Repton Critten den county who has been the guest of Mrs Jo Foster Beaver Dam and other relatives in the county for the pst several days visited in Haitford Wednesday Mr Rowan Holbrook Assistavl Cashier of the Bank of Hartford was awarded the Brorze Medal on his corn exhibit at the Worlds Fair ftI few days ago The Corn was grown on his Rough river farm near Hart lord Wade Parks of color was giver an examining trial Monday He vrs charged with grand larceny commit ted by breaking into Henry Natlt faloou and stealing some whisky and about 25 in money He was held to answer ac the November tt rm ol CirI cult Court At the examining trial of Albert Long charged with breaking in to ak Crabtrees ginseng garden suffi i cientevidence was produced and he was held to answer the charge i and was placed under a 250 bond for hiu appearance at the N Viuiber term ot Circuit Court With this issue of Tim REPUBLICAN Mr Theodore Allen of Buford an nounces his candidacy for the office of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Alen formerly lived in Davless county and his party honored him with the nomination for same office in that county that he is AskIng In this Mr Allen is a lifelong Republican aril is worthy ol due consideration which he will be sure to receive from his party His late announcement should nut de ter his friends front supporting him j If nominated Mr Allen will mace a gojd candidate and when tkcted would make an efficient oCHal i Rev GJ Bean by request wil preach at Mt Ht rmon church next Sam ay at II oclock a m Largest and best line ol Ladies Misses and Childrens Furs every brought to Ohio County See them ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE The Bryant Comedy Company gave its first entertainment at Taylors new building last night The large and spacious room ba+ been fitted up with new senery and it now looks like a first class Opera House The com pany came to the city highly recommended by press and public and the initial number Mabel Health or Driven from Home a drama in five acts last night was in ever sense a treat BURNED TO DEATH Vacant House Took Fire While Children Were Play ing In It One day last week fit Coffman a mining town In the western part of the county five children were play ing in u house that a family hail recently vacated leaving the straw from their straw beds in the house The house had on upper story or attic and the children niter remaining below fur some time repaired to tin upper apartments Soon after they hud gone tbjve n wotunn discovered that the houss was on fire The chil dren were rnilrd and the largest one ran down anti cut but before the oth frs could make their escape the fl trues had spread so much that the stairway could dot be reached No one came to their relief except the one woman She tried to gtt them to jump rut thcindowintober arms but the little orrH wtre so frightened that they could donothlrg except to ren an and be strangled byte fl mes Two nl the chlUren were Mr Helses and two Mr Withamj About Keowns Meat Market Mr F Ii Keown the meat Ulan has change his plars somewhat He has heretofore run his wagon from Beaver Dam to McHenry and Render Hereafter he will run from Hartford mid will imktf McHenry and Render on Tuesday Thursdays and Satur days as heretofore He will on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays run his meat wagon in Hartford and adjacent community he will hereafter butcher his own meat and will buy hs stock direct from the tanners His brother M J Keown will do the butchering anc assist him in the shop Prompt delivery will be made to fill ccstomer If yon need anything in his line call over either phonn rtrtrtrtrtrtrt rtrtrtrtrtrtrt INow iReady Our complete line of Fall Merchandise in larger quantities than ever before is now ready for the 3 careful inspection of our customers and friends The fashionable buyer will find in our several de J2that his ideas of and rices of only competent buyers are employed who have given their time and study to the suiting and fashioning of stylish naerelta11dise for stylish co ipurchasers tOur Pri e fWe notice with pleasure the increasing popular Ci ity of our Millinery department The popular r management has been retained and is showing the jf grertest collection of Millinery attractions this O county has ever known One must see this line wto have any conception either of its extent or the striking originality of the artists in charge who are the avowed leaders of effective productions in 3 JU every detail Y Our ClothingZ M Nothing could be more grutiying than the com inent on our line of Mens and Boys Clothing andsOvercoats and while yet young in this department v we are receiving a volume of business of which M T much older firms would be proud Our line is 1just the thing the people need and we invite your tf4J early inspection of this great departmenty OtHer Lines J In filet our whole house is replete in every fc branch with the newest and best things the mark T frets have to oiler We have given each branch our 4y specialattention and special efforts trying to re e member in our buying that we deal directly with 3 1 people whom we wish to serve honestly and lion orably Come to McHenry and bring your fami ly and friends and spenda day and we will show J you as a business firm that we are amply able serve you in each department in a way you totii appreciate tS J TICHENOR McHenry Ky r n ILrJ ti EJIi soIAttelition IIs called to our lino of Mans Youths and Childrens Clothing which we have re t ceived for our lull trade and put down at very low prices We handle the celebrated Sterling line for G- men and the Moncramake and Climax for youths and 7 children We guarantee every suit we sell to give sat ti1 isfaction 01 money refunded As to price we quote feSf you Twenty Betas Black Cheviot suits at 3 and up dsizes 3542 Fifteen youths Suits in fancy colors at 285 and up sixes 1319 Thirty childrens Suits at W 100a worldbeater Fifty pairs of mens Corduroy Pants at 125 Overcoats a large linethe best goods and manufacture at very low prices Clothing is our JL specialty Call on us for bargains in this line 3 ShoesWe handle the celebrated PlamiltonBrown Shoes 11 for men women and children Every pair guaranteed vty to give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could gjtl you ask a better bargain offer liens heavy Shoes ata1 and up Ladies Shoes at 1 Call and let us g I you up for the winter SpeCla1s W All Calico 5c a yard Factory Cotton oc Heavy iii 4Suspenders alitgoods for the least money a I SAM BACH Hartford 4 4 aa L if w 4 0 F M1 1 I b MYSTERY Surrounds the Distribution of Urey Woo sons Big Demo cratic Campaign Fund Iouluvlllo Hornlcl The heated denials of so many ol the Democratic campaign managers that any money has been sent Into the State by their National Committee will be taken by the subordinates with the requisite grain of salt If then the denialnone was sent why that it was all kept in Louisville The pretense that ho money was asked for and that none will be received will not deceive even the marines Kentucky is a more doubtful State foi Democrats than Indiana is for Re publicansIn Kentucky cast its electoral vote for McKinley and in 1900 under the outrageous Goebel election law it was carried by the Demociats by a scant 8000 In 1896 Indiana Have McKinley 18000 ard in 1900 26000 plurality In19n2 Indiana gave a Republican plurality of 35000 while Kentucky gave a stolen plural- Ity of only 26000 Democratic The voters of Louisville Lexington Ow ensboro and other cities know how that was done There is a smaller Democratic plurality to overcome in Kentucky than of Republican plural ity to overcome in Indiana Ken tacky is In the list of doubtful StatesThe stealing to be done in Kentucky this star will have to run the gaunt let of Federal criminal piosecution Any conspiracy to Impede an election or to prevent a voter Irom freely cast- Ing his ballot will b duly prosecuted The inoperative statute under whic a number of accused persons were tried convicted and released several years ago will be replaced by proceed ings under an operative statute this year Kentucky is In the list of doubtful States The pretense that no money will bused in Kentucky by the Democrat is therefore childish What is Mr Woodson National Secretary foi Mr VVoodson has raised more money in New York for Kentucky than another National Committeeman He was the Belmont Parker manager in Kentucky and handled the delegation with ease The Democrats have this year the largest campaign fund In their history contributed by the Standard Oil and other trusts Mr Woodson will not get any of it It Is a fable for marines If Mr Woodson has sent no funds to the Campaign Committeeto whom has he sent it The scandal ever the Democrntip campaign funds of 1900 has not been forgotten yet Things will have come to a curious piss U the Democratic National Committee cannot send any funds to Kentucky that will reach the workers of the party What become of the hints ol 19x 4 Of course there will be pie ty of money but what will become of il Where did the 50000 go that was sent here to be used in the legis tration Robbed tho Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadolphn as ful lows I was in an awful condition Jiskin was almost yellow eyo sun ken tongue coated pain coutiniwlly in back and side no appetite grow ing weaker day by day Three phy sicnus had given me up Then I was jidviied to use Electric Bitters to my meat joy the first bottle made a de tided improvement 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 Z Wayne Griffin e Bros drug store m A Hat For 5250 Since the advent of the Panama hat which sold for such fabulous sum there is less to be heard of womens extravagance in the matter of bonnets Certainly a man who pays 250 for a hat as many a one has done during the last two seasons can say nothing if his wife gets a Parisan creation at the same price His chapeau however has the ad vantage of wearing indefinitely It takes a workman all his time to plait for six months the straw for such a hat the straw is split as fine as the most delicate gut for fishing Such a hat would fold up like a handkerchief and could be shut up in an or dinary cigar case It will also wash like a fine linen But 250 is not the record price for a mans hat Mexi can cowboys wear sombreros male ol special felt which is absolutely water proof and practically everlasting These hats are heavily ornamented with delicately chased silver Ont which is now in the National Museum at Washington once worn by Gen Grant cost 1500 when it was new rCan You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant ot Chriesmau Tex saysr I couldnot eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope of re coveryvanished Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Ko dol Dispepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bottle benefitted and after taking four bottles Iam fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin Bro in Told Her the WorstI Why my dear what is matter What can you mean You look so depressed It cannot bennd yetoh relieve this killing suspense Alesan ander have you tailed said hi wife with clasped hand No my dtar my credit Is yet un impaired and business is lookinp up You dont mean to say dear tha your old pain in the heal has corn back No You havent had to pay the not lor your brother Joseph NoHave 3 ounow tell me Alexan ander Bidlake have you another at tack of vertigo NoNow I knowI expected it1 knew it all the timeI felt ture i would be so Mr Dcbanair has uk ed for Seraphim No nothing of the kind Then tell me without waiting an other minute what has happened I can bear it Let me know Uu worst IWell that button I told you nhnu bas got tired of hanging by onetbrcar and here it is- Makes c u a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of nil the salve you ev er heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boil Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only25c mill guaranteed to give satisfaction by Wayne Gnfhn el Bros Druggist m fo CASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signature of Cafy sG6Xizt a Her First Railway Trip irilllHI lhli 11tlJ An old lady on her first railroad trip remarked the bell cord overhead and turning to a boy he pointed toO cord and sai- USouny wliats that fog That manu II he said with a mis chevlotis twinkle in his I y 8uis tl ring the bell when you want anything to eatShortly afterwards the old lady reached her umbrella up to the cord and gave it a vigorous pull The whistle sounded the breaks were put on the train began to slacken is speed windows were 11 rownupques Ions asked and confusion reigned among the paFs ngers The old lady sat calmly through it all little dream- Ing that she was the cause of the ex citement Presently the conductor camerush ing through the train and asked Who pulled the bell to I did replied the old lady meekly Well what do you want snnp ped the official impatiently Well said the old lady me ditatively you may bring me some ham sandwiches and a cup ci tin if you will Many Mothers of a Like Op- Inion Mrs Pilruer of Cordova Iowa gays One of my children was sub cct to croup of a severe type and the giving of Chamberlains Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief neighborhoodI their children For salo by all druggists m CANDIDATES COMPARED Why Theodore Roosevelt is More Popular tban Alton B Parker The New York Sunday Democrat n newspaper that recently bolted Parker and came out for Roost vt It in giving the reason why the Parker campaign is languishing and thej Roosevelt campaign is booming says Judge Parker has few ul the attributes of popularity Theodore Roosevelt has them all Parker is timid Roosevelt is brave Parker is controlled by friend and patrons Roosevelt is independ entParker represents no policy and has no political record Roosevelt hone of the acknowledged statesmen of the century and his record is the rec ord of the sunshine years of militant and advancing Americanism As there Is practically no one t vigorously oppose there is no one ti actively defend Jude Pirker a n po litical standardbearer Thenilon Roosevelt invites the fire oi pstrtisat enemits and Attracts to his supply thousands of patriotic and earnest nd mirers Judge P+ rker is n weak candidate an unwise candidate nn utitbitunnte candidate for the Presidency A lif of Judicial monotony and exclosioi from politicalrfldrs dos not tippet to the nlle innce ol pMtisans ihto Inre RoosbVtlt is n atrnnga vigi ruiv an invincible candidate fort he firs deucy He is a Ulan ot notion nnmi nattd for an elfcctoJUe ol abound In enemy force and progrel s He is es oecially the idol ol the young men c the country It is therefore not Ht all stirprl Ing that as tine vter+ contrast then two candidates they should beirreslM ably drawn to oneto Roost velt and should be repelled from or beconi Indifferent to his antagonist Parker Such is the pr tnt trend ol the cam paign and it is decidedly lavonbe to Pres Roosevelt No reasonable daub of his election exists ur is entertains by anyone fuiilirr with politics DemocMt or Repu illicit n A Very Remarkable Remedy It is with a good deal of pleasure sndisatisfaction that recommended Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Cone Recently a gentleman came into mi store so overcome with colic puffy that he sunk at once to the flour J gave him a due of this remedy whicl helped him I repeated tho doso and in fifteen minuted ne left my store smiling informing me that he felt as well as ever For sale bynil drug gi ts III- If O i S T CRInDear tho- Signature JIhe Kind You Have Always BOOT hI of Ck a Roosevelt and Parker Roosuveltd beliefs are known if P rker knows wlat he btllevts or bt iitves what la trots the people Lave not been able to discover it front his utterances Roc sevelt wus nominated unani mously on the platform ot his party Parker vits nominattd by emoted and indefensible means and unme- tI tely took issue with the partys declaration of principles Roosevelt has been tested by three years of brilliantly saccesslul service in the office for which he was nomi nated Parker was taken from the bench and his political experience has been as Chairman of Hills Demoi caatic State Committee j Roost v It Is supported by such men 1 SlLiY Root and Talt Paik ers backers are Hill and Belmont and- re two Murphys and Devery Roosevelt represents protection and honest money Parker stands on a Free Trade platform and voted twice lor Bryan and Feee Silver Rut Ssvelt or Parker The choice is urgent for the citizen nodeasy for the patriot a FOR SALE AVo htivo for sale at a bar gin 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 BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If you fcarent a regular huUhy movement of the bowels eYerr day youre 111 or will be Keep your towels open and be well Force In tho ihip of violent or pill poison Is The nootheit cmloit mot perfect way of keeping tba bowels clear and clean la to tak- eCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleaiant Palntnble Potent TuMo rood Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or Orlnoi 1025 and fortreosampleandbookJet Sterling Rimed Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 10 AS T araIABears thothe Kind You Hate Always Bought Slgaaturo J Zof 7 v rr WTawntyaL R sketch trod n cony quickly nirvrtniff our opirli in tree a tether all liiTimtmn In nNy ahnlahl IIIIUI- IItlOIl8111rIcI11nllllllelltlal HAHOSOQS en Patents rent tow oldest a encl lorrucnriii patiiiu- rntniit taken tnnUkiii Miiiin i Co receive tptelal notice without Scientific jBJKrtcaa A hnndsninoljr WCOIT Inrccut Plr culntloti if any nclenttncjurnil 1orini f1 a year four ticWHilenlrr MUNN Co3OtnroadwayWcwYork Uranch Offlco tS5 V 8t Vnsliltmton TROUGH RLVtR TELEPHOECOMPANY iNfonroiuTKii of Lion from Lion Coffee Packages and aecent entitle you in to A the regular free premiums to mfe one vote The 2cent ers to that estimate recorded Ik You can send as many estimates Tap being clieat non 1It you should p1ttrtinzrhi in where you can buy 3uu1 own plumrr and build your own Ilie xmi hr n with the a bolt tour ty and thtrtliv I only n reasonable rtnl IK tll Rough River Telephone Ciuipiii r they will be at the nlPXIef i you say so We connect ttltt ii Independent Companies For particu lars call on S T SUvms Manager K- yWeali Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indiges ton It Is a scientific fact that all cases ol heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which fails of perfect 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 thaiI delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kauh of NevaJ Oiays I hd s1omdl trxbls rot wii In a Nd states I had hurt trouble wen It I took Kodol Dr pepsi Cure for beet low manlhj and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Rat and relieves the stomach of all nervoui strata and the heart of all pressure- D ttles ony 3100 Stan holdlre It timei the trtaj site which sells for 50e Prepared by E 0 DuWITT 8 CO OHIOAQa I Southern Normal School to nearest our Worlds dential Particulars CENTRAL R1R OP SHRV1CH tDininv BuflTrtLibrnrj arid Chair on through trains to the WORLDS iift f rt IrMr Days Uavs December 15 Limit at ritrcIl rate Ticket s us to ape of our MRTKR Agent fOr Ks F W II u f A LnaUk- t1 U t U r A Ni 1111011 1 Ju twI111 I1- I i tni- trcm c o Bnsinoss COllie Ii TWO S E SChOOL5 ONE SGIWUT One Thousand Students Will be D sty Al end ncc During Coming Year UNDRFPSntthnlaltngPnoy jtnttftn1Arnnx fait fit Uexmnr7 et3Lsprt5t1 ltu tinion Thnfnltnrrua nrarr J ore rrimury Xi ilsh rnt rnh rrbcn und lianni mul r u it bloats lu tnifu rtl Mo loJ I QII1lfi1t1illt11t3I sure anti mention courtn wanted you at i o Ir VM a V C Mn1 rIn 1 rr O rro r cz rrI i 1L Sr cuooooCASt AWAY to Users LJO1 COFFEEAddition to the Re9u Prmiurns how fiouftdj You 9 Five Heads cut stamp addition stamp our acknowledgment youy your is as desired IIII talking distance business points paying Hartford tleartsI digestion will be one who is correct on both Fair and Presi Vote Wo also offer 5500000 Special Cash Prizes Grocers In each case of Hop Coffee BB8T TWAIN With Sleep lag Citrd dlrirt Tieki Is rc with 111 60 and clfic raes train time tieVet 111 S U VAN Hett Dato VltlllW 111111 OrlMti I II bITO2 R In tho Unijhl TrirhT KlfUi lril 3m T G n like Check lUe This W ContesteavePresidential Oenfest Grand First Prize of 500000 awarded the Contests to Clerks ILLINOIS Reclining FAIR greatly ptout 1tmltlid home BOWliU GrOOll WEN ar Free Vote Whit will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can dictates combined at the election I November 8 1904 votedformates received in Woolson Spice Com panys office Toledo 0on or before November 5 1904 we will givy first prize for the nearest correct estimate secondnrize to the next nearest etc 1 First Prize S2600OO 2 1 100000Prizes5005 Prizes 20000 10000010 Prizes 10000 100000 100000GO251800Tho PRIZES TOTAL S20006bo I How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks Everybody uses coffee If you will use LION COFFKK long enough to get acquainted with it you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money Then will take no other and thats we advertise And WO are using our advertising money so that both of usyou as well as wewill get a benefit Hence for your Lion Uentta WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEE ti9 WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO i t Jt D- llu r It t a- I If t S Mr l I r l J 1 I if iI I eat II tI aK- i i I r AII DR FENNERS Kidney BackacheALSO All Diseases of the kidneys liliuldur and urinary organs Alo catarrh hearts s a31 gravel dropsy rheumalfern backache CureDont become discouraged There is a euro for 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KidneysFREE g RHEUMATISMand other illy produced by digest td kidclue bo cured ARGON OIL i5 the remedy its ciTeet is marveloius relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be Cheep fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky ARIKINE Q EDUCATIONO IiwlMolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it is of first importance to get your training at the schools that stand in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor Socond and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each ono n special SHORTHAND ist in his line Write for n beautiful hook giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions nil over the United Stntesit will bo mailed to you FREE School open all the year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT 9 President 3 OUR CLUBBING RATES rTiiK HKITHLICAX and Louisville Herald 125 TUE UKiiiiucAX und Louisville ily Herald 250 THK Illll1tI IAN andourierJournlil 150 Tin IlKiUKUCAX and ThriceaVeek World 1G5 THK RKITHMCAX and YellowJacket 125 THE llKitHiJCAX and St Louis C5 lobeDemocrat 175 rem HKPUHLICAN and Motile and Farm 125 TIm lliciiULicAX and Lipponcotts and Cosmopolitan f 325 u a i G = ManlesslandJiLandless Man gxtnn i ryxirJltJ rrrir t B t JtlJl5Ai I irsT Trg And for him whose acreage Is limited because he cultivates a high prlctd farm There are vast tracts IN THEGREATSOUTHWESTWit- hin stouts throw of farms In the highest state of cultivation which are practically manless and can be secured at one fifth to one tenth the market price price per acre of and Old State furm Write for illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Okahoma or Texas Very Low Round Trip Rates To any southwestern point every Tuesday in September and the ist and 3rd Tuesday In October and November Geo H Lee H I McGuire ftlll 1aeetgent Ulst laestgent Iltlo Hock Ark rinvliumtf 0 t l I I I m m DIICHAN mJ He Was Early Impressed by the Mature Undramatic and Experienced Man Judge Parker Calls Par the Votes of Young Men Just as the Autc war President Did llrom the Phllixdolplila IrcsnJi Kxrrcsldciit Crowr Cleveland has contributed an urtlvk to the Saturday Kvonliu Post urging young IIILMI east lug tliolr first vote to give It to Juilfic Iurknr iHniuso when Clcvoland was young ami ontliusIiiHtlc ho wan 1m liressiM nnd Httiniilatcil aH n boy by the canvass of that mature untlnv nmtlc anti fXpurliHiLtsl lUicliunan It Is a loll reason We thank r- levelnntt fur It Ho evidently looks on Parker as a sort of nurture iimlra 11111 tie tXicrloncotl Jludmiwn We wouhl not IIIH lllml to say its bitter u thing as this of the DeinocTattu can dldnU1 hilt WI mv t It hitllto Parker culls for a young mans vote exactly as In 18TK5 did the niatinv 111111 ra 11111 tie experienced Hiichanan The two men are similar Mr Cleveland Is right What Ittichan iin the weakest of American presi dents was Judge Parker doubtless would Ill as Mr Cleveland acutely and accurately suggests Like Puclinnan Judge Parker nl ways yields to party pressure lust as Hiichanan was reticent on the threat Is sues of his tiny hut could always he IrtiHttMl to vote for any man nominat ed so Jmlgo Parker has IKMIII silent and votwl for Bryan twice ISucliiuiau leas ileiji through many years in party politics So was Judge Parker He suits the South ledge Parker Is the southern candidate lodge Parker is spent on till wrongs of the negro So Will Iluchanun Itoth were nominated hecaiiso they had no record liuchanan was called the PeiuiKylvanla Sphinx So with Juilje Parker Both have IMVII Invvtivntly culled mummies A mature undraniatlc experienced Hiichanan Is a very close definition of Judge Parker He Is as his strong supporter and early sponsor suggests that kind of a man anti makes the ap peal now liuchanan did then Any young man who wants a Kuclmnan kind of president ought to vote for Parker He will see as Grover Cleveland saw when In nil the Hush hope and enthusiasm of youth he went wholly woefully wrong In his choice of a president nt the very moment of the nations crisis at the Instant und hour of awing fete a president who to ac cept irovor Clevelands parallel will i e a suture undranmtlc und experi enced Hiichanan What wens Huchanan A president weak vacillating tend timid silent because he had nothing to say and deemed by some dlgnllled because he dared say nothing Ills weakness led him Into straits where he was only saved from being lucid a traitor be cans Instead men held him Irreso lute Incapable and without principle Xo great cause appealed to him No great crisis aroused lie too the tittare 11111 1111 11 U tie and experienced Hiichanan was always talking of the coiifititutlon tend dodging Isiuies that called trumpet tongued for decision by prating about the rights and powers of the Hln tes- Hnllmllir we say to any young man meditating his first vote accepting Jrovor Clevelands definition and parallel not ours If you want the next president to he another mature un draniatlc experienced Buchanan with nil that Huchanan was vote for Judge Parker He Is that kind of a mart timid being so he may be trusts to make that kind of a president Did 111 Own Toting In her now book A Story of tho Red Cross Just Issued by tho Applotous Clara Barton tells the following recol lection of nn encounter she hull with Theodore Roosevelt in Cuba Early In tho day there came to our Improvised headquarters an olllcer In khaki uniform showing hard service and a bandanna handkerchief hanging from his lint to protect the back of his head and neck from the llcrco rays of the sun It was Colonel Ilbosevelt and we were very glad to meet the gallant leader of the rough riders After n few moments conversation he suld I have some sick men with my reg matt who refuse to leave It They need such delicacies ns you have here which 1 am ready to pay for out of my own pocket Can I buy them from the lira Cross l Not for a million of dollars Dr Gardner replied Hut my men need these things he said his tone mill face expressing anx iety I think n great den of my men I am proud of them And wo know they are proud of you colonel But we cant sell lied Cross supplies said Dr Gardner 4 Then h6w cnn I got them I must have proper food for my sick men ho said Just ask for them colonel replied Dr Gardner Oh he said his face suddenly lighting with n bright smile then I do ask for them All right colonel What Is your list nud when will you send for these Fimjjllcs1 asked Dr jQarduep They win be ready any time n Lend me n sack nnd Ill take thorn right along he answered with cluuiic eristic decision Dr Gardner at once looked up u turtle nnd what filled It must have suppliesBefore prise the Incident was closed by the future president of tho United States slinging the big sack over his shoul ders and striding off and out of sight through the Jungle A Thoughtful Man 1111 Austin of Winchester hid knew what to do in the hour of treed His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver troubles physi cians couldnot help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once andwas finally cured Only 25c at K Wayno Griffin do Bros Drug Store m THEN AND NOW How Manufactures and Farming Have Progressed Since the Civil War II V IIOV D W KKIICV Let us contemplate for a moment our condition when the champions of slavery and free trade fired on the flag of the country April 1861 round us unable to clothe our soldiers or furnish them with implements and munitions of war When the Presi dent called for seventyfive thousand troops and that number of the flow er of the countrymen promptly responded they were clad not in blue alone but in gray the chosen color of our enemy in black in red or any other color because we had not the proper material with which to clothe them We had not the quality of iron to fashion a gun barrelnor could we make it We had no blankets to shield our men from rain or frost in camp or bivoaucand ai the people regarded the base character ol the articles with which our army was providedmany of which had been made from American rags in the shoddy towns ot Yorkshire they raised a universal cry of fraud against both Public officers and contractors Our mills forges furnaces and facto ries stood still The frugal laborer was living npon the enDings of past years Commerce having dwindled from the expiration of protective tariff of 1842 had ceased to animate our ports The crops of the West stood ungathered In the fields and the bankruptcy of 1857 from which we had not yet recovered had re turned to sweep away the few who had withstood the serge But the case is altered now If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will do you good For sale by all druggists m Experience and Independence- Said nn American who has lived In the Philippines for over six years and who is well acquainted with local conditionsIf a deadly hatred to ward all Filipinos if I wanted to in flict upon the islands the greatest pos ble Injury I would rejoice to see the establishment of Filipino independ ence Nothing else that could be planned or done at this time would be productive cf more strife and misery Were Independence announced the alleged government would speedily resolve itself into a military olig archy The country would be torn by contending factions Revolution would follow revolution The people would be plundered Political power would be attained by intrigue force and assassination The worst ele ment would soon obtain control Popular leaders like Paterno Poblete and Rlcarte would be in the ascend ant The fact that every bandit cattle thief and outlaw in the islands advo cates Jndtpencs is certainly signif icantly suggestive Fllipplnos who have property ed ucation and sens are aware of what would happen if independence was obtained And for this reason it may be said most emphatically that the Independence plank In the Democrat- Ic platform does not at all meet with their approval Shut Up Like Clams slat Lake Cltr Tribune When Insisting with plaintive tanac ity on the view that Protection Is robbery Ute Democrats dodge the proof Thus while the workingmen of this country were thrown into idle ness during the Cleveland Adminis tration and in consequence of Ute threats and menace by the Democrat ic party to our home products the ALLsIs it true you want to look old P Then keep your gray hair If not n workingmen of the United States drew out scores of millions of dollars of their savings from the savings banks of the country In order to live Since the abolition of Demo cratic abortive dealing with the Tar Iffand alter the restoration of Republican Protection the working men of the United States have in creased their deposits in the savings banks by a billion anda quarter of dollars and have Invested another billion dollars in life Insurance When asked where the benefits of De mocracy come In for the working man and how It is that Protection is robbery shows such brilliant trio umphs fur the workingmen the Dem ocrats shut up like clams PROTECTION CHEAPENS It Improves the Quality and Lessens the Price of Goods Protection begets competition and invariably cheapens the money value of commodities This is not mere theory It Is a fact established by the experience of all nations that have protected their industry Washing tons Secretary of the Treasury un derstood this as perfectly as the adept In social science understands it to day Every nation that evr protect ed its industry improved the quality and lessened the price of its produc tiona While Holland protected her industry more adequately than Eng and she sold her cheap goods in that country and maintained her supremacy on the seas It was then that the Dutch raised the lie of Andrew Yar rlngton by taunting Englishmen with their want of civilization in selling her raw products at the price others would give and buy back when man ufactured at the price at which other would sell But when England per fected her protective system her su- perIor advantages in coal and iron gave her commercial supremacy by enabling her to cheapen articles she had believed herself unable to pro duce and to employ British ships in carrying English fabrics to mere growers of raw material In every part of the world France protects her industry and her silks laces cloths cassimeres and products of iron and steel hold their place in the markets of the world in spite of Englands larger commercial marine and more abun dant supply of coal and Iron Even Russia with her I thirty mil lions of freed serfs who have entered upon the duties of freemen without disturbance because the wise Emperor who enttanchised them had secur ed employment aud wages for each by protecting the industry of all is now entering into the general markets of the world in competition with France Germany and England Democratic Inconsistency tiny lty Tribune Judge Parker still stands on a plat form whose Tariff plank denounces Protection as n robery of the many to enrich the few and demands a Tariff limited to the needs of the gov ernment economically administered I ea Tarlfffor revenuennd revenue on ly This declaration borrowed from the Nebraska platform conflicts abso lutely with the Alabama platform on which Judge Parker was put forward tor the Presidential nomination The Alabama Tariff plank calls merely for a reasonable revision of the Tariff and explains that needless duties on imported raw material weigh heavily on the manufacturer and area menace to the wage earner But whoever expected consistency from the aggregation A Big Bad Blunder Wuiklugtau Poet The Democrats should have waged this campaign so far as the Tariff is concerned against the abuses not against the policy of Protection It was a big bad blunder to declare that Protection is robbery It cut the party loose from any bond of sympa thy with Republican Thrill revision ists and It declared a doctrine that INI foreign to the views and feelings of a majority of Democrats All the con servative utterances that followed the robbery declaration In the text of the platform and in Judge Parkers frank deliverances cannot antidote that outburst of passion VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer colorofCumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Tncorporutcd Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business baa increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition CIP KOWLIN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance WlIm D DmTII Oh1o Coussty Circuit Court TJA lllrkluntl Judge lion D ItlngoAttorney T H Black Jailer Ed 0 BnrniHH Clerk Frank L Felix Slmter Com mUnloner Y L Mostley Trusteo Jury Fund Ca l Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Kcown Jo IL Roberts Sam Keown J9 tourt convenes HrHt Mon day In March nnd August and continues three weekHiiml third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtT 1 Miller Judge YoSlIng and Clerk W1I ibises Attorney Hartford SWCourt convenes 11rnt Monday In each mouth IolldayInCourt of ClnlfflR Convener first Monday In Jut aory Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers J H AVoTMUiurveyor Ceralyo Frank Iowo Ansessor llcda James Do Vicn9 School Superintendent Hartford Don 1lsudh Coroner Sulphur Sprlngn Ti3ctics3 Courtn F Hudson Heaver DamFebruary 10 May IS August 31 November 30 YUJnoM Grahum NllrrunslFebruary 28 May 1 August 29 November lit 1 A Kvaus Fordsvllle January 15 May 7 August 27 November C J A Hicks lluford February 7 May 0 Aug ust 12 November 7- tvt Hone Centertown February 9 May 11 August 21 November D1 Wilcox Jloekport February 20 May 5 AugUKt November 14 Sartfosd tcl1co Court Jno II Rib un Judge C K Smith City Attorney S I Uarnett Marshal Court con educe second Monday In ouch mouth RellSloiao Corolcoo M 12 Church South Services third Sunday In each mouth at 1l a in nnd 7 p mnnd second Sunday at 7 p III Prayer meeting every AVcdues Jay evening llev WTMlller 1nstor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night und fourth Sunday Iud Sunday night Irayer meeting every Thursday owning Itov J II tlurnettlInHtorC Services first Sunday In each month nt 11 u in and 7 p in llev J B liar nod pastor School Trustees Hertford JOH P sillier J Glenn S TljtovcuB D M Hocker Jll JJ Car sou Jon C lllley Town TrnHtees Ilownu Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W8 Tlusley A C Taylor Coczot Cocietioo A O U W moots ilrst and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 07C F A A Masons first Monday night In each mouth Hough lllver hodgeXo110 Knights of Tythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 a A nhold rtg ular meetings Saturday beforeflrst SundayIn earh mouth Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CarteELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MERS 1Ind a T SftJMBS ARK AM Politic fa VEKaa ECO= ro f5iA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CutoELECTRIC ar Ferttir lalaraallon Admitting Miller Etc Addrus R T G MATTHEWS Tram Pm Agl Room 202 Equitable Bldg IJUI =VItlE KY i C TOWtIBE N D c P a T ACT aT LOU 10 OASTOBXA a Bears theThe Kind You Hava Always Boughs 6lgnetcrooP III 4 I II u- I r d a u i n1 FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 GREAT EXCITEMENT paused By An Airship Passing Over St Louis fchine Went Mile in Air and Landed Ten Miles Away St Louis Oct 25 Propelled part y3 the way by its own power and the Teaulnder ol the distance by the wind SSawlng1 ten miles an hourthe airship oA Thomas S Baldwin of San Fran c co in charge of A Roy Knaben aiae of Toledo son of the editor of lie Toledo Blade made an unan s nnced psension today from the ieronautic course at the Worlds Fair a a safely landed near Cahokia Ill distance of ten miles After a flight that attracted the at Oration of thousands of persons who leered almost continuously the 3g flying machine passed over the raposltion grounds it left the resi dence section of St Louis far beneath iand soared high above the tower beg office buildings of the business Strict Xnllb nshue maneuvered in circles god against the wind before an acci 3tnt to the motor which rendertd Yee big ftnlike propellers usless and Krtftiled the command of the ship The airship is a large clgars aped iiTlou from which is suspenned a sing narrow car The motive power is secured by the Jeans ol two large propellers one on arch side of the car run by a compact zotorAlter pnnslng the cascades the air jpip took a southwesterly course and n a short time had left the boundary srl the Worlds Fair grounds and was i ssing over the residence portion of tfee city where the unheralded apt Arance of the using machine uzught people Irons their housesand I constant increasing multitude crotched the progress of the flight with breathles interest The appearance of the flying ma riine over the business section of the sty was the signal for great excite ment Business was practically sus q qed for nearly half an hour while throngs filled the streets and follow ill with their eyts every movement he strange craft which seemed to- be nearly a mile hight was announced that the ascent fa simply a trial trip and not an at ftapt to qualify lor the worlds fair Jtiooooo prize Sheriffs Sale 3y virtue of Execution No 2160 ceded to me which isuied truth bt Clerks office of Ohio Circuit nut in favor ol Fordsvillr Banking ZSraipany against William Zichery v W Moore and D M Matthews I acre of my Deputies will on Mon IQJ the 7th day of November Ig4 xtvreen the hours of I oclock p m 1064 oclock pm at the court iwse door in Hartford Ohio county 32j expose to public sale to the iighest bidder the following proper y for so much thereof as may be jircesiary to satisfy plaintiffs debt WZ rest and cost towit A house 3aJ lot in Fordsville and boundedas Allows On the N by F M Win xtj on the E by W S Gains on ArS by Main St on the W by tfiTifrey St levied upon a9 the prop jrij ol D M Matthews yERMSSale will be made on a rraUt of 3 months bond with approv siaecarity required bearing interest jilhe rate of 6 per cent per annum icteai day of sale and having the force raft effect ol a tale bond Witness my hand this 19th dayof Wober 1904 CAI P KEOWS Sherin 0 C By CLARENCE KECWS D S THREE FORKS vet 24Mr Henry A Wise has ittyphoid fever 3r Bud Hendricks ot Sunny Side j srj 3 in our town from Friday until j Sunday j Miss Adsr Thomas has gone tc Alan county to take charge ol a millinI v1 department Mr J E MouHer returned lat rjjiay from Louisville where he hay avn oti business I iliss Beulah Wright a highly re- seeted young lady of Smith Grove if ore for a short ttrIThere wt re a good crowd went from I x e to Bowling Green today to at in jouniy touriIl Dr J H Souter and wile spent I Saturday and Sunday with triends and relatives at Finuey Barren Cmin ty We the correspondent ot the Smiths Grove Times hM our corr ppondence niRetlng at Shlves school 15ihIDr N P Allen ol Smiths Gnvc was elected resident and J M Richardson VlcePresidcnt and Mrs Lula E Coiu of Hill View Secretary The committee on resolutions were J M Richardson Havsiown And iouston VIes ol this place and Mrs Lola E Cole of Hill View We mee next year at Flat Rock church the first Sunday in June We had a fine time and plenty to eat r Recovered Speech and Hearing Messrs Ely BrothersI commenc ed using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing was dull My hearing has been fully restored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher In our town L G BROWN Granger O The Calm does not irritates orcause sneezing Sold by druggists at Soc or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Wur ten St New York v Sheriffs Sale By virture of Execution No zi5 directed to me which Issued from the Cleikrt office ol Ohio Circuit court in f vor of J K Smith against E T- Allen I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day of November 1904 between the hours of i oclock P M and 4 oclock P M at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following- property or so much thereof as nra be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost towlt a tract ol land being and lying in Ohio count and bounded as follows Beginning at the N E corner of Jno F Fur er son survey sweetgum dogwood and poplar thence W 16 poles to hickories and beecb thence N poles thence N 62 E 41 poles to 2 blackoaks and hickory thence N W 55 poles toawhiteoau sWeet and blackoak S E corner of Thomas Rowes survey thence E 1 60 pole to 3 beeches and 2 sweetgums Slid Rowes S E corner thence S 6 poles to the beginning contalnig 60 acres more or less There is except ed out of the above bonndry that part lying on the N side of the Ceralvo road supposed to be 5 acres levied upon as the property of E T Allen TERMSSale will be male on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the Tale ol 6 pet cent per annum from day ot sale and having the lorce and effect of a rae bmd Witness ray hand thin 9h day ol October 19 4 CAL P KEOWN Sherifl 0 C By Cir sTin Knows D S SELECT Oct 25 Rev Willis filled his ap pointmeut at this place the fourth Sunday ad is now holding aprotrat- ed meetirg here Geo Arbuckle Co opened thei store at this place yesterday Clarence Allen who is teaching school at this place had to dismiss school this week on account of his healthThe Famers union will be held at Oak Grove Saturday Owen Duvall of Indiana visited his parents here Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrp J H Stewart of this place visited W P Allen Sunday Wat Hudson visited his parents here Sunday Miss Lizzie Smith visited Miss Floy Ranney Sunday Miss Lizzie Douglas of Cromwell is visiting S M James this week W P Allen Is on the sick list Luther Duvall inflicted very ugly wound in his hand with a knife Mr Harry King received several scratches from a runaway Saturday r RENDER- Oct 25C M Taylor Beaver Dam was here on busines one day Lust week T J Morgan of Beaver Dam was here on business last Friday Geo Baize was in Hartford one day at week- J B Tai lnu of Beaver Dam was here Friday Mrs A V Bennett and Mrs Owen Hart of Beaver Dam were here shop ping one day last week Sam Jones of Loulsvllls was here on busines one day last week Mr and Mrs Jno Jennings of Mortons Gap are the guests of their sm Sam Jennings Paul Woodward has moved from here to Hartford S B Bishop has accepted a posi I tion as clerk in S J Tichenors store at McHenry Mr Simon Jones was In Cent+ a City on business the peter part of lust wet L George Lyons of Louisville was here on business last Friday Miss Minnie Lee TinsleyIs visit lug in Centertown Mr and Mrs G B Roll were shopping in Beaver Dam last Friday Misses Llllle and Nannie Austin- t went to Beaver Dam Saturday and returned Sunday Mrs H P Jones and Misses Lizzie Mercer and Lucye Jones attended the K of P Carnival at Central City last week Messrs Finley and Hawes ol New York were here on business last Saturday Messrs P K Salsburg G T Tins ley and H W Junes City Marsha Reneer attended the Y M C A at Hartford last Sunday Messrs Ed Missbarger and S S Hoover of Louisville were here on business yesterday Mrs Wm Galoway of Clinton mad Is the guest ol htr sister Mrs Ben Peters 4Mise Lillie May Filmore returned from Central City yesterday J F Mocker end caujhter Miss I Lizzie returned from the Indian Tot rltory yesterday City Marshal Reneer J M Rey nolds were In Central City on bust lost night W S Vick of Nensboro was here on business today Conventionya re Re publican Executive Committee of Kyy3 19M lowing resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegated conven zlino b = htlrlln the town of Hartford 5Ky on Monday November 28 I9M at i oclock p m at the court house 4in said town for purpose of nominnt countymofficers to be voted for at the Novem her election 195 viz Representa live county judge county court jailerGsuperintendent ol schools coroner surveyor and assessor and that pre duct conventions be held in eachof the voting precincts in said county Ion November 26 19 + 4 1 at 13 oclock p m lor the purpose ol electing delegates to attend said county con vention on November 28 and that the representation therein be i delegate for every 25 votes or traction over 12 votes cast for President Rors velt on November S 194 and the andidate receiving a uirjority of the votes cast in said county convention shall be declared the nominee ol the Republican party tar said office NICHOLAS BARRASS Ch m no- M S RAGLAND Secy LEFT OVEil roost LAST WEEK BEDA Oct 20 Rev Harned Caneyville who was to have preached at the M getrhereQuite a number from here have been attending the protracted meetings Barnetts Creek Miss Blanch Greer is spending the week in Owensboro the guest ol her cousin Miss Pearl Nave Little Miss Bodlne Carson visited her aunt Mrs Dr Steward the first of the week Mrs Lee Chlnn Hartford is visit- Ing her parents Mr and Mis S A BennettMr Ellis is visiting friends and relatives near Owensboro- Mr and Mrs Pirtle of near Hart ford spent Wednesiay night with their daughter Mrs Dr Stewart Mr Ned Shown died Sunday night of a complication of diseases after an illness of several months He was Si years of age and leaves a large family and a host of friends and rel atives who mourn his loss He was a noble Christian and loved by all who knew hint His remains were Interred In the family burying ground near here Monday evening Rev W C Moorman the new pas tor for the M E church will preach his first sermon at Mt Herman Sat urday night Work is progressing rapidly on the C P church which is being erected Mr and Mrs W R Carson visited the family of Mr Henry Shaver Beaver Dam Sunday Mr Clayton Hoover left Tuesday engageluMrs Elen Bennett who visited I relatives in Greenville list week re turned home list Friday Several young peopli attended the tacky party given by Misses Ethel and Anna Moreland of No Creek Saturday night Allteporta very enjoyable evening Mr W Q Parks und daughter Miss Mary went to Hartford Tues day BEDA Oct 25 Business is very good in our town Rev W C Moorman preached a a very Interesting sermon at the 11 E Church Sunday night Rev Cantrill No Creek filled his regular appointment at Shlnkle Chapel Tunday Also begun a pro tracted meeting at that place Mr John Tweetlell Louisville vis ited his sister MM Ellen Bennett a a few days this week Mr W C Bennett and family vis ited relatives at Livermore last Sun dayMrs Lee Chinn returned to Hart ford last Friday after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S A BennettClifton Shown and daughters Fordsville were the guests of John Shown Saturday and Sunday Misses data and Ethel Bennett and Mary Parks went to Hartford FridayMr Plummer Bennett wile and little daughter and Mrs W b lich enor of near Hartford spent Satur daynight with L B Tlch nor and familyDr Stewart and wife spent Sunday with the farmers parents Mr and Mrs V M Stewart Mr S A Bennett went to Beaver Dam Monday Mtsrs Rupert Bennett and Clar ence Shown went to Hartford Slit u r day The lnlnt of Mr and Mrs J Vat ten Bennett was bin ifd at the Heda cemetery Wedne pay morning Hubert Httleson ol Rowan Greer hRs been ill several days Mrs Dr Stewart spent several days with her sister Mrs Tally Car sonIJINGO Ot27 Rtv Dark t Jailed to fill Ids appointment At Concord last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Addie Renfrow nnd Mrs J W Morris are still on the sick list M T Likens has solJ out at this plpceand will move to Hartford in a few ilavs Mr lit r Sutll and wife Central Grove John L Allen and wife Pren tis and Henrv A len and wife of the Washington neighborhood visited ed their parents here list Sunday Mr T E Cox and Mls Iva Vance were married t the brides home nt 10 oclock a m Mr Georgr Cox and lissEfii Mines Were the ntten dent Rev I J AGra officiated caSTOnXABears thothe Rind You Have Always BctnM Signature IJrI bifcCaleb Powers to Have Blacks Aid I formation has been received thutIloaner Governor Frank R New York will assist in the defense of Caleb Paptrs now under sentence ot death fur nlleued complicity in a conspiracy to kill William Goebel Gov Black volunteered his services in the case believing Powers inno cent but exactly what part he will take in the case is not known The Cose is now pending before the Court of Appeals of Kentucky having been submitted on briefs last May If the Court of Appeals re verses the decision of the lower court the case will go back for a new trial II the death sentence is affirmed el fort will be made to appeal the case to the Supreme Court ol the United States on the Federal question in volvedGov Black has expressed himself to his friends in New Yorkit is said as being convinced from the evidence he had read in the case that Caleb Powers is not guilty of the charge against him His idler of services to the leaders of the counsel fur the de lease folowtd Nasal CATARRHIn iboulJ bo cleanliness Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief is Im mediate and a euro follows It Is not drying does not produce sneering largo Size CO cents at Drug gists nr by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mill ELV IWOTUEUS 60 Waricu Street Kcr York Can You Figure 200GIvan Avvay TO CUSTOM KKS OF Carson Co HAKTFORD KY How many votes will be cnst for Congress in Ohio county at the November election this year For the one who can guess the number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we have the following cash gilts First nearest Guess 5000 Second 2500 Third II- to 1000 Fourthoo 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000to to to to to to Total to to 20000 For each dollars worth of goods bought of Carson Co a ticket will be given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this CnngtcoMonal contest Tile ron U l wit be derided according tti the iltciMOM of the election cum nmlr Eton r+ who will meet at Frankfurt to cnnvass the voto No tie ket will bf iven nut alr 4 oclock on election cltiv Re gin now The more tickets the helter your chances CAR ON ft Co Inc We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bowling Green Business Col loge If you are going to school call on or address the Republican forSchol- arship Daily Tourist Sleepers TO CALIFORNIA Iron Mountain Route operates Pull man Tourist sleepers St Louis to California leaving 830 a mM daily via Little Rock Texarkana Dallas Fort Worth and HI Paso The Ideal Route to Californiii Fast schedule Cheap Colonist rates in effect allj during March and April 194 to California and the North West Pull 11111111 Tourist sleepers via Missouri Pacific Ry have St Louis ever Thursday 9 a m from Kansnn City Wednesdays Thursday s and Fridays 63 pm going via Pueblo ItC JR G SjMem thiough Glen ++ nnd Springs Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Home seeker mid Colonist rates to various points in the Welt and Southwest every first and third Tites days each month For map folders descriptive literature tales etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHKWS T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky u f BIG FOUR J ITilE BEST LINK TO r I Indianapolis + IIAndall points in Indiana Innd Michigan I I IiI I IIraI No 259 4th Ave or write to S J GAnsfGeul Agt IhmisilJe Ky i f THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Try usej BOSWWORLDS NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AM TILE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEWIlailroatl WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleop ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Fold er of tho Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March ForrntiH lime of trnlnis Metplng Cnr Itmer rntloiiK Ktc cull tin nay Tlrkvt ARrnt or nil ilrvMitO I MrLAKTY IrnIlnNqtent flncliinntl Ohio ir KN IIHOHN I 1 A- louUvllliKy n Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RJIILWBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastost and Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules I Leave Louisville 1IIO a m dully Arrive St Lath r00 p in daily Solid train Tol vcMilmied conches I sleepers and Smithum Knilwiy Stan I charge lord Dining Cur through without Leave Louisville 10lf p m dully ellIIlIdining chair ears and sleepers No change of curs enrutitc All trains make eWo connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wiihfifh Stihiirhan service direct to the VorldV lair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from Louisville Ky Sltf good returning until Dec Ib01 S11It It sixty days 810 good returning l5 drts S7 Coach excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive during Octobnr and November Good seven days P 12 VA JIll Pas= rner and Ticket Agent Louishillc Ky A J UKONI Depot Ticket Agent Lntiiayille Ky C HfMiiroti District Pas senger Agent JM Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G 1J AILKN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louie Mo u H Raa1 ESTATE 135 Acres 4 milts north ol Hartford In good state ol cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport 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 3H miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 orIimprovements 300000 A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartfordg3g5oo 83 acres tine Muddy creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land i 66100 35 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartlordin fine state ofcul tivation cheap iSS acres near Ceral vo 26 acres nt Centertown All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY 78f9TORtA BougllSIgnatureor yon sn= rlt 1- I r 1I- I