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I v tJtptt teand Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL PIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL xvn HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1904 r o 1G FAIRBANKS AT LOUISVILLE t Tersely Contrasts Republican and Democratic Work Some Extracts From Ills Very I able AddressWardsof I ISenator Charles W l Irmlsvillcf saidf1 Ladies and gentlemen of Kent tucky I thank you for your more I than kindly welcome tarn gratified I Indeed in greet you and meet yon in I this magnificent midday meeting I f t have come to you to discusa with you for n brief while those gear qnestlonp I which concern our common welfare a I have come to address Republicans and Democrats alike for we nre each P and all alike interested in the promo tion of our common welfare We 4 differ as to the menus we differ as to the ways But we have no personal difference with our Democratic friends A friend of tuiue once said a a I dont hate my friend because he has the rheumatism I hate the rheumatism because it has my r friend My Democratic friends we cannot both be right We were not both right In 1860 when the Republican party gave to history Abraham Lincoln We were not both right in the great campaign when Ulypses S Grant was our lead cr We were not both right In the great I campaign which resulted in the dice lion of Rutherford B Hayes one ol the most modest yet one of the most successful Presidents of the Republic We were not both right In the great campaign In which the forces of Re publican were led by James A Garfield r We were not both right In theJ campaign ot 189when we placed the banner or Republicanism in the hands ol my own friend aril late fel lowtownsman one ol the greatest Presidents this country has ever had Gen Benjamin Harrison We were not both right In tine great contest ol 1896 when the commercial honor and national good faith were involved MCKlNIttY TIIKXiROOSKVKIr My friends we were not both right lu the great contest of 1900 when we were led to victory by that magnificent splended pure exalted patriot William McKinley Fellow citizens f you do well to cheer that name and t among all of the higher statesmen ot the Republic there has never been a gentler sweeter stronger better man than our great leader of eight years and four years ago k ellow citizens we stand in this contest for the grea principles for which William McKin ley lived and wrought sc well The policies for which William McKinley i stood are the policies for which Theo lore Roosevelt stands today The great question before the American people is Shall we over turn the policies ol William McKIn ley and Theodore Roosevelt and in augurate the policies for which the Democratic party stands No four years In the entire history of the republic save the four during the unhappy civil conflict were so long os the tour years of the last Dem ocratic administration- In 1896 the American people In the midst of their distress reflected as they never reflected before In 1896 the Republican party arrayed In its majesty of might declar ed anew before the American people i its conviction that we would come 1 out of the morass of Democratic dis tress upon the highway of Republi can prosperityProsperity is not a matter of chance Prosperity comes through intelligent sound and wise policies f During the lost seven years our in r dustrial relations have reache a mag nitude unparalleled In the history of any country of which we now have record t Why shall not Kentucky whose tj a future interests are identified with and dependent upon the advantages nccuriug from the great policies ot Republican party turn her back her past uiurch forward and up- wArd with the same progressive forces What W J Bryan says About Judge ParKer f f am sanguine enough totbelieve that I can prove to every IIunbiased mind that Judge Par I ker is not a fit man to be nomi j nated either by the Democratic J Party or by any other Party A that stands for honesty and fair J dealing in polltlcsExtrnctI from his j The nomination of Judge Parker was secured by crooked and indefensible methods Itawas a plain and deliberate attempt to deceive the party If f he had sent to the Albany Convention Q I the telegram he sent to the St Louis Convention he j would have had na possible 4 chance for the nomination A IUeand his managers adroitIpurposely position until the delegates had been corralled and the nomina i tion assured P My objection to Judge Par ker Is that he goes before the f Country on a cowardly and ntrnd f- dling i platform that can only op t peal to cowards and straddlers I I otject to loaded dice A- Kxtracts from Bryans Com moner If you have any faith A- in Mr Bryan can you support A Parka e o o Gone to Ret In loving remembrances of Edward Shown who departed this life Oct 1 6th i94 Grandpa sleeping cat my resting In a silent dreamless bed No more cares nor fears molesting In the regions of the dead Dearest grandpa how we miss you Theres no earthly tonguecan tell But we hope some day to meet you Where no farewell tears are shed Many a hope on him we centered But alas they all are oer Jordans wave he fearkts entered Crossing to the other shore Hearts with anguish sore were given As he quietly passed away But to them sweet comforts given Giamlpn hus reached the realms ol day We loved him yes we loved him But the angels loved him more And they have gently called him To yonder shining shore Weep not dear grandma For grandpas singing up above With a crown upon his forehead wearstDear uncle and aunt weep not For now his troubles are oer But only prepare to meet him Where parting is no more We know that we will miss him And long to hear his kind voice But to think that we soon shall meet him- Should make our sad hearts rejoice Far beyond this world of sorrow Far beyond this world of care Soon well find our grandpa waiting In our Fathers mansion fair CXEMMIE The Cash Grocery keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Lard Bacon Hams Flour Meal Coffee SugarVeg etables c They will sell at low figures and treat you right Give theme pall Coach Excursion to Worlds Fair Commencing Sept 18th coach ex cursion tickets will be sold from Beaye Wfm to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day and Thursday ot 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 sleep lug cars S B VAN METER Agt NATIONS THANKSGIVING November 24tU Named as the Day on Which it will be Observed The Presidents Thanksgiving day proclamation has been Issued from State Department by Secretary fay It acknowledges the debt of American people to God for the blessing upon the nation during the past year in which reward has waited upon honest efforts and calls on the notion to devoutly to give thanks unto Almighty God for the benefits He has conferred upon us as individuals and as a nation and to beseech Him that in the future His divine favor may he continued to usII The proclamation- By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation It has pleased Almighty God to bring the American people in safety and honor through another year and in accordance with the long unbroken custom handed down to us by our forefathers the time has come when a special day shall be set apart in which to thank Him who holds all nations in the hollow of His hands for the mercies thus vouchsafed to us During the century nnd a quarter of our national life we as a people have been blessed beyond all others and for this we owe humble and heartfelt thanks to the author of all blessings The year that has closed has been one ol peace within our own borders as well as between us and all other nations The harvests have been abundant and those who work whether with hand or brain are prospering greatly Reward has waited upon honest effort We have been enabled to do our duty to ourselves and to others Never bos there been a time when re ligious and cbaltable effort has been more evident Much has been given to us and much will ba expected from us We speak of what has been done by this nation in no spirit of boastfulness or vainglory but with full and reverent realization that our strength is as nothing unless we are helped from above Hitherto we have been given the heartiest strength to do the tasks al otted to us as they severally arise We ore thankful for all that has been done for us In the past and we pray that In the future we may be strengthened In the unending strug gle to do our duty fearlessly and honestly with charity and good will with respect for ourselves nnd with love toward our fellowmen In this great Republic the effort to combine national strength with personal freedom Is being tried on a scale more gigantic than ever before In the worlds history Our success will mean much not only for our selves but for the future of all man kind and every man or woman in our land should feel the grave respon sibility of resting upon him or her for in the last analysis this success must depend upon the high average of our Individual citizenship upon the way in which each of us does his duty by himself and his neighbor Now therefore I Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States do hereby appoint and set apart Thursday the 24th of this November to be observed as a day of festival and thanksgiving by all the people of the United States at home or abroad and do recommend that on that day they cease from their ordinary occupations and gather in their several places of worship or in their homes devoutly to give thanks unto Almighty God for the benefits He tas conferred upon us as individ ualo and as a nation and to beseech Him that In the future His divine favor may be continued to us In witness whereof I have here- utiitosct my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be af fixedDone at the City of Washington this 1st day of November In the year of our Lord 1904 and of the inde 4 FOR THIRTY YEARS Congressman Fleekison Suffered With Catarrh=Read His Endorsement of Pe=ru=na CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON OF OHIO XXXXXXX izizizTT IZZ X X XXXXXXXXXXX Hon David Mccklsonls well known not only in hIsown State but throughout America Ho began his political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor of the town in which ho lives during which time ho became widely known as tho founder of time Meckison Dank of Napoleon Ohio Ho was elected to the 1 H9Olth Congress by a very largo majority and Is the acknowledged leader of his party in his ucction of the State Only one flaw marred the otherwise complote success of this rising statesman Catarrh with Its insidious approach and tenacious grasp was his onlyuncon quored foe For thirty years ho waged unsuccessful warfare against thlsporEonal enemy At last Pcruna came to the rescue and hodlctatcd tbo following letter to Dr llartman as tho result uI have used several bottles of Pcruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of The head I feel encour aged to believe that if I use it a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standing David Meekison ex Member of Congress t Over fifty members of Congress endorse Pcruna as a catarrhal tonic Mon of prominence the world over pralso Peruna mur r cur 7 pendence of the United States the 129th By the President t THEODORE ROOSEVELT I JOHN HAY Secretary of State BEDA Nov 2Rev Cantrlll filled his regular appointment at Shlnkle Chapel Sunday i Mr S R Bennett went to Hartford Monday j School is progressing nicely under the management of Prof A E Ellis i A jolly crowd composed of Misses Clara Bennett and Mary Parks and Messrs Shadrach Greer and Clarence Shown spent Sunday afternoon at Rockers BluffIMiss BlancheGreerand Mrs Wayne Ellis who have been visiting relatives in Owensboro have returned to their homeRev W E Cook and family will leave Thursday for Henderson where they will make it their future home We are needing rain very badly in this section and the farmers are some what alarmed owing to the scarcity of waterMrs Bennett who has been ill for the past two weeks is slowly improving j RevW C Morman spent Saturday night with Mr W L Parks I Miss Clara Bennett went to Hart ford Saturday- Mr Albert Chiun Beaver Dam spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives near here Revs Can trill and Sapp are conducting a protracted meeting at Shin j kle ChapeljI DR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF gift auy pall Inside or out fu from S to G ruluutcs I 4414y ATONIO Is a medicine that gives tono to some part of tho system There aro different kinds of tonics but the tqnlo most needed in this country where catarrh Is so prevalent Is a tonlo that operates on tho mucous membranes Forum is a tonic to tho mucous mem branes of tho wholo body It gives tone to tho capillary circulation which con stitutes theso delicate membranes Poruna Is a specific in Its operation upon tho mucous membrane It is a tonic that strikes at tho root of all ca tarrhal affections It gives tono to tho minute blood vessels and tho terminal nerve fibres Catarrh cannot exist long where Peruna is used intelligently Pernna seeks out catarrh In all tho hidden parts of the body A MIkerd an employe of tho C B fi Q R R West Burlington la writes 1 I had catarrh of the stomach and small Intestines for a number of years 1 wont to a number of doctors and got no relief Finally one of my doctors sent mo to Chicago and I mot tho samo fate They said they could do nothing for me that I had cancer of tho stomach and there was no curo I almost thought the samo for my breath was something awful 1 could hardly stand It it was so offensive1 I conM r t eat anything without great misery and I gradually grow worse 1 Finally I got ono of your books and concluded try Poruna and tfcanfc God I found a relief and a euro for that dreadful disease I took five bottles of Parana and two of Manalfn and I now feel liko a new man Thoro Is nothing potter than Peruna and I keep a bottle In my bouse all tho time AM Ikord Catarrh of the stomach Is usually called dyspepsia Catarrhal dyspepsia cannot bo cured by pepsin powders or any other temporary relief The only cure for real dyspepsia Is a removal of the catarrh from tho mucous membrano of the stomach This Pornna will do This Poruna has dono thousands and thousands of times- Congressman Botkln of Kansas was cured of catarrh of tho stomach of many years standing Hundreds of other cases have been reported to us through unsolicited te lr onlals Peruna Is tho only Internal jiiiu remedy for ca tnrrh yet devised 17 y ono afflicted with catarrh in tho slightest degree ought to take a coursoof PorunatIf you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving at full statement of your caso and he will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis t Address Dr Uartman President of The llartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio = t J 1 iA +r 1 Try our Job Work the cheapest The Blown Mercantile Cos New Drug Store Specials Dr Gross Neuralgia Pills 15c per box Doods Kidney Pills 25c per box Dontomint Tooth Paste 25c Cascarets lOc per box Fountain Syril1ges75e to 100 Household Syringes 50c Talcum Powder 2oc Face Powders 5c to 25e per box Perfumery Quadrouple Extract 40c to COc per ounce Guitar Mandolin and Violin Strings 5c Fever Themometers 75c each Atomizers 50c Trusses 75c to 250 Mentholatum Salve 25c All kinds of preparatory Medicines Pre scriptions carefully compounded from the freshest and purest Drugs day and night The Brown Mercantile Co INCOlirOltATKI McHENRY KENTUCKY U Y Iru ADVICE TO FIRST mm A Young Man Who Values His First Vote Next to His Life Wants Help In Deciding The Answer Gives Six Good Reasons Why lie Should Be a Republican and Stay One The QiitInti 23 Water Street Xovrburs X Y Sept 121 W1 Dear SirI write hoping you will find time to answer niul enlighten uu cs to how I should vote this coming election It will he my first vote for president and I value It next to my life for It means either n full or empty dinner pull to me I have tried hard to flnd some sound conviction hy reading the dally Journals but apparently they are striving to see which one can lie most cordklly in their criticisms of party and candidate therefore I ap peal to you for some sound reasons why I Bhonld voto the Republican ticket and wish to add that with all my trengtfc find mind I Indorse your prep Mont in maintaining the army and na TJ and tho progressive government we Xmvo enjoyed for the past eight years Hoping the best candidate will win 1 remain sincerely JOSEPH L COLEMAN The AzivcrOct 0 1004 My Dear Sir Your favor of recent Into suiting that at the coming election jou will fist your Urst presidential Toto and nuiclnjj for sonic good reasons why you should volt the Republican ticket has been referred to me for au swer The reasons are many and strong 7liy you should start right by voting the Ieiuhlkan tklut yet It is impo slbl within the limits of an ordinary kttcr to state even hrielly all of them Here are a few of them- FirstYon should Vote the Kepubllc sn ticket because tilt record of that party for the fifty years of Its exist ence hnrf bivu so uniformly honorable snd consistent that It is today a crown ef glory to every man to say that he TTU one of its founders and has con tinued to net with it to this day It Is a privilege to any young man to come luto such an inheritance Xo other putty has existed In our country for tlint length of time but its honorable members have at some time or other teen obliged to admit that its princi ples were vicious and Its candidates uu worthy of their support Second You should ote the Repub lican ticket because that party was or nnlzcd to riake this the laud of free irpn free sol mid fit eeeh Having accomplished it is the party best litu servo them Third Vi should vote the Itepub IJcaii ticket because the party Is op red to free trade and free silver ands ln consistently stood for protection to both labor and capital iourtli You should vote the Itcpub i oti ticket because a man Is known I uinpnuy he keeps and iu man I in kit cuuipuuy who Is It member i ii i ty of From out and Lincoln liid Gr and MeKinley and lloose Utiil tfoinl mOil are not Hopubllc 3 uor are all Republicans jrood mel out the vat majority of Republican ur men ot good repute Look about 6l1 your own community and set wheth er th it nt true i itthYnl1 HhouM vote tho Itepuh Juin ticket localise its candidates now a In tho past are honest able moat yiiHgeous men As has been said jrtiat more could any mother and fa t T ask than that their son nhoul 1 follow tIll same high Ideals as Theo dore Roosevelt has followed and live tin same honorable loyal pure life ns his hits been Sixth You should vote the Repub lican ticket because that party Is ells rlritly the young mans party for Its future offers so much of promise for ilit upbuilding of time honor and glory M our country If you wish to tale it in this work If you like to be dulng things if you are progressive if you are ambitious for your own Itirrnujit an1 that of your native land J you wish the world to be better for your having lived then you should lino rp with tho Republican party If onto other hand you are always looking Backward always carping at what oth en do and afraid of the future and foarful that our country may become f great then there la no place In the 1 publican party for you Vote the Republican ticket from top 10 bottom and then on election night when the returns are announced yu- rn throw up your hat nod tay II L icd win time day Sincerely yours L CHARLES II HlmLiM Joseph LColemau 23 Water Street Newburg N Y KEPLIES TO THE TIMES j iiTicf 11 Cliriiillpr Ucniitiulx Ihnt It frvhent Intot of 1114 eluuKiv tjin the IMV York Tribune Oil 15 George IJrlnton Chumllcr making aI A1 t u ilepubllinn nuvtlny last culaf In the vlllngo of llemisUMd j tosworcd the charge of the Times that UK D Cortelyou had beim selected ns utn m of time Ilepubllcnn nation omuilttco because he had obtained lJut1oIl as secretary of eoniuuriej nbor to uia Llm In collecting emu i I I YOUR AMMUNITION IS WEAK OLD LADY pulgn subscriptions from the largo cor poratlons The si ecxdi was received with enthusiasm In Mr Cortelyous home town Mr Chandler said In purl As secretary of the department of commerce mOld labor Mr Cortelyou hol several other things to do besides spy lug on trusts und railroads In two short years he had converted a chaotic mass of detail Into homogeneous lUll methodical organization differing In no material aspect from the department of state or the department of time In tenor lie hud to deal with problem of Immigration problems of the census problems relating to manufactures anti iisherle He had to grasp uud fit Into this system the great overshadowing problems of labor and capital all tho questions of domestic and foreign la bor trade unions cost of living wages conditions of employment Ho also was lutrusted with the important rune tim of collecting data and contribut lug in so far as might be to time solo tion of tho vexed problem of trusts and combinations When Mark llanna died u great or ganizer a patriotic citizen and a1 noble man was taken away He had been time business head of the Ikpublican party lIt had died on time eve of a presidential campaign TIlt quest was for a omit to till his place Theo dore Iloosevelt with that quick de cision mold unerring judgment which have beeu among the prime secrets of his success pointed to George B Cortelyou maid said There Is the man It is a significant fact that when he was appointed the New York Times which has since been betrayed Into a singularly unenviable position eomillircmul till country oa the this tinct raising of time tone of national chUipaUu by the appointment of a man of Mr Cortelyous caliber air character How hns that selection been vindi cated Within three weeks time na tional headquarters assumed the order and stability 01 an old institution Time Democrats were at llrst surprise then chagrined and then enraged to find that they had been checkmate and anticipated in mgvo after move Cortelyou always had been there ahead of them Then it was that the little beady eyes of venom the forked tongue of slander began to appear With sure defeat staring them in the face outgeneraled outthought and outfought they became political gucr rlllas They sought to poison the wells This is what might well have been expected from a jiollticiau of time call her of David B Hill But It is gro tesque if it were not pathetic to SOL great newspapers which have posed as custodians of the public conscience prostitute themselves by becoming tre purveyors to time political methods Mr Hill and Pat McCarren ofI character of tIme New York Times chilly has suffered gravely in the opin ion of thousands of its renders It IB a serious strain on journalistic honor Lr1IIInllatmosphere of conscience und mind at tained h few If any other periodicals In America hUH to come out and opci ly charge the old andv reputable Times with deliberate falsehood and Blan der Chamberlains Stonmcli find Liver Tablets are becoming ft favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For tale by all druggists The First Umbrellas Ilnrpurn Wctklv Those who suppose that the urn breila is a modern contrivance will be surprised to learn that umbrellas may h found sculptured on some of the Hgyptlan monuments nnd on the Nirevah nil is That urn brens bccr iMarcc i these o Ic 110 I day were in use long bdore the Christian era is shown by their rep nBintotion in the designs on ancient Greek vases The umbrellas made its first nppearance in London about the middle of the eighteenth century when one Jonas Man way It issiid thus protected himself from the weath er at the cost of much ridicule Parker a Disappointment 1Ittiliirg TIni The farther the Presidential cam paign progresses and the better the people get to know Judge Alton P Parker the Democratic nominee lorI the chief magistracy of the atonIthe more firmly it is of all the men named by the Demo racy in the past forty four years the least acceptable and the least fitted for that exalted position is the moat tunning In the year I9 4 It Is not merely partisan exaggera tion to siy that Democracy has never during that period named for the Presidency so wholly incapable bind incompetent a candidate as Judge Parker by his own words and acts has shown himself to be Hia igno rance of public affairs Is KOtnethitig nstonidhlng It seems almost unbelievable that a man of his years and having held the position he occupied in the judiciary of the State of Nsw York could possibly be so grossly ignorant of questions and 1suis upon I which even the most unlenmed and unobservant of our citizenship hoe at least such a knowledge as enbc them to cast their billots with ordinary intelligence and judgment Judging solely from his public ut terances as a candidate for the high est office in the gift of the people Mr Parker must have for yearn l dI the life of a political hermit It f inconceivable that any man who kept in the faintest touch withevents could know as little about them as he seems to know Not one of bis de liverences upon those questions which most deeply concern the whole peo pIe and of which as a possible Pres ident he should certainly have knowledge and understanding has escaped the just and successful criticism of his opponents or has failed to evoke the feeble defense of his friends Apology explanation and refutation have marked everything he has said His speech of acceptance was n flat failure and required his own explanation to his friends before it was hardly more than laid before the country His formal letter of accep tance was no more successful His recent speech on the Philippines met bothIstatements of Gov Wright the exec utive of the islands and himself a Democrat His speech on the tariff called forth only ridicule None hut the merest amateur in political econ omits would have been guilty of it Judge Parkers latest utterances on governmental expenditures and in this he was but a tame follower of his antiquated colleagues on the National ticket Henry G Davis has met no better fate In fact it scarcely need ed the reply marie by H A Taylor j ting Secretly of time Treasury to I I H tell time public bow wholly Inaccurate the assertions really were The moat ten of which Judge Parker spoke are not done In a corner ate OfficillllqtRut if anyone In the whole limits of the United States should know them that moan should be the candidate for the Presidency Mr Taylor simply tears Judge Parkers statements to pieces Whether oa estimates of ex penditures for the coming fiscal year or on receipts and expenditures pos sible surplus or deficit for the present year Judge Parker is shown to be wholly ignorant Let this ignorance be real ornssutu sumed the result is alike detrimental to Judge Parker If he does not know army better he is the last man in the country who should be elected to the Presidency If he does really know better and merely makes his statements for partisan and personal ends then his action can only be characterized as dislngenlous and dishonest TaVlnp Alton B Parker by the standard he has set up lor himself it can be truthfully said that he is the worst pot of intellectual cold mush ever set before the American people Ever citizen who has tile real inter ests ot this Nation at heart would have reason to deplore the election of such a man to the Presidency Bad for Both Farmers I Tulxlo Ifladtd Suppose Farmer A tins a large pas ture lot with an excellent crop of forage but he is without a wood lot for his fuel Ivrmcr B his neigh bor has an ample wood lot but is w thorn sufficient paHure Now rec iprocity would bt for A to allow B to pasture A certain number of head of stock iy his field while B in return all iws A certain privileges In his wood lot But the Democratic Free Tiade idea ia to tear down the fence around As pasture and allow nil cat tIe free access In that case what has A to offer to B in return for the privilege of the latters wood lot Drinking Before Meals llnnijiii rilinilv 1IrJIn the morning the stomach contains eiderdle qmntity of mu cur spread over and hdhtrent to its walls If food enters nt this time the tenacious mucus will interfere to some extent with the direct contact be twetn the foot and the stomach nee cssary to provoke the secretion of gas tticjic Airless of water taken before I rBVst passes through the stomtch into the small intestines in n continuous anI uninterrupted flow It itItiinr nail washes out most of the tvuiicious nitictif it Increases the lull rer s of the capi 1 ides of the stomach directly if the water is warm and indirectly in a reactionary wily if it is cold Cire niu t be tbkn not to take cold wnter when the circunttmi eIu h er local or encril s sach as t I i reaction improbable We shoull tint tlle it in an advanced age nor wen feeble whether old or young nor lv uH it b aken li heal ttoubes I illItThe Ktdllion ol salt is very beneficial I iU11r 1 ni ALTH I keephonaoDrrusht W liava ticd It In the amly f jrovor two with the best of rc iua I have not had s Coctririn tlf hoio tot that length of liiuo It Is tS ftor In itself and always r mly to niko a pC NOn well and iiBtipy JAMK3 1IALL Jocto eonrllli II Bccru fl this prrat nieelicina relieves Moniuri unieei the constij aitJ Lovtls atul invigor alAs the te lid Her and weak ezcd ktdaevs 1iArmI9 R hfeThldforlkti t iumilici living in cho I cpuntrj milei fn iii ahv physi memIthfuryeari their only iloator TLolforda BlackDranifht cures bilious Dens dyspopia colds chills and IIlndachesdinrrbOJa ailmentbecause control T f FpI1ij- rsllACi DRAUGnr jjf u uH H Low Rates To all points within 151 Miles In C f A lnitllrriN VIA A B O SWAC- COU r I ThaiksgivingTickett I November 23 and 24 With return lim- itNovember 28tH For Further Iartlcutnrs CottMilt Audits II N 0 SW R UM or nllllrc41 o P MCCARTY a P A- Cincitttiuti O R S BROWN J P A- IouiHvllcKy H- U FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Busincss college Call onor address The Republican I riTvrNs rr VIT r iuviv III kLIRifles Pistols and Shotguns ii triril sil triutel iiil h 1 lull t irniuty d rhiMniTiit I aimi it lii tratcd tIug muiI frc on re ei Ull1ctltmo Iiiiiiilli lilt STKVliNS InarmjRIHthis terrtur1 novelty J S1EVEKS ARMS TOOL CO 1 O llox c 93 1Iili ii Islm In I Ul1Ut yIiII tln SI Mi hli mil O The tfMiic dust ahI tio for tin f Made by Co J H Ky 01 FYI 4 irt aWn CO ol Nov HEaE WHAT WE i T Our En cuae In Tnlt e mantle C mtcsL To QUO IIIn eirtca- rrot tIIl1Rte of cxrttotat of votu JMOOO Snnoiicl Nrnrmt 5 UlU TuTlilril JuVnrvit sBiin To lOOO To Firth Nanret AOl Io Sixth NanHt am- To Hovinth Ncnris JOO To Klulith To NrnrvNt BO ToTiintli NtrJIt U3 To Next 300 oiirest ioEltcII 3000 To Ntlxt 1 2325 In nrds aiuouiitliiKto10OOO If nns lIhlioulil heforn Oct 1 lIHlt OlltllUlllo will l o un Itllilitiounin- mouut of 10000 30MM The award for exact osllnuto between Oct 1 ami Nuv S in withdrawn added to tim award for tim in arwt in tlmate making a total 2500000If tim exact estimate Is KUbmlttrd prior to Oit 1 mtctnm nn1 nf tin tllul In i1 cm making total THE pntsincNTint To butter enable the readers The Commercial TrlliUlio Weekly iazette to have the pnvlous thtm the follow lag figures nre given to show total Vote In Ohio for Prexl I ident the fnlte1 Sdts frthe years from ivs to the last vlectlon 15SSS11911 IS SWlBK 1SOB i i 1fl49ii 1 111 c M HAIINTT f I SMITH BARHETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1IltllOIn IvWill prllIhIII1IIIrI11I1I11I nil till 1lIllrl hilt tl 01 IiititgnIliil 10 1111111111 11 m- llnllI PIIIlit tiitliii ilIi I U tiff rllII I I- IIhllrllr lulllIIIIIIIIIIllhlIrllIIrill1111111111 PlMll itnll IIIW SllclllltleH 111110111 1I1IIIiI Ullillllllp FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAItTFOUII HY Will priirtlri bin priifiiolnii In Ohio 111 liiltiliiKcoiuitv ntiil In tilt Court AppiiiU Illialiinl illiitloimii cliilty- oilliv III Iliralil liiilhlliiu n H CHAS M CROWE LAVYEiR HAKTiori Kv Will prnitlii hli III 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tu ltIui ItiitI In hiII11 ColUilluDN siI Itv l III tlMlliUw YANCY AlTOHXKY AT LAW I Iat I forth Kentucky VIII ITIII tlti tiriifvntiiii In nil the iiiirtu il- nlilu Hint iiiljiiinlnir tnurt AiiHnN A lii Nitnrv InMli T Ini iitiiniiil Unnk b II Panoa I frcltMsdtin a before iflwill ninle you strong smith well PASOIA ha tqual Indiisfon Dvspvpsin I Ctutrhof Head Throat Stomich n wtls Ivtr anti KHurys Ia Grippe an eneul deMit tlv IiiTciirirui Inut A- MACAL Inc For sale by Hartford c o m r r S5roovoc r O it r D n0 f- Sr I liltiThe abova mini line been by Tile CINtillVNATI MMCRCtnL TntttUNt la 14 Ohio inf President tha Uiiltfti Stales at the ctucllnn tu Iu luld a 1JOt IS OFFER SubsiTllxTi Who InielU- M tual kin To Finirtli NoiiTfnt Neiirrnt lotNinth 401 l3flrO- NtJltcit tliooxuottomlvoto thuro AUrnndTotnlor and first of But a a of 33OW VOTE AT PREVIOUS ELECTIONS of and The figures of years before of residential 10M107 ItIllIh1I1 Mill ol ininlivninl Hu profinclon WILSON to Law ml pnnlf tin siItlg MOSLEY lIullullo th of WILLIAMS CONDITiONSIt titer U A tl In thr mimitct of two or mnra psr un fut any un of th tun Uiulmt award or for the bifiMl aivml irj lliixu ilw iniKUiit tlnrc uill I tiiuiilly 1tlJ1 In cat of tic H and nwardti fallof i hi n xi in arum vntimatcr will reotlvc jo Unit J5 IM llviIy 5Ifl1131CotIlnhrtttt TrlllIIor1for an niiny wiUi In adviuire Oil you Ikas nnd inlitwo tvuek aubacrljtlon will tntltlo you ti ono c tlmatr nail no mure I CnrnmcrtIatTribund lIm1loturbo rvcoriltd In your jtamo und the japur sent as a iirvsent to a friend cmtE1TiTTEtorvcimryOtlTTOlint dinel the cstlmuti 1 b ripordcil in yuur name 1111 the paper mnt as a lInt to a friend All vitlmatcu no inainr how K nt other titan tliO competing Cllr tInt ntxclal award fur thu exact Minutemad prior to Otobir 1 y l whuli OIU4t bo recelvtd he foro 6 uclnck pm nf that lay mut b r celvnl at tile WalllutInItiartieliatorejtctid anti returned to lh i nier willlxcmlltedUemlttnnciH mooney onVr or cluck ntImnt nioimpiny very tutlinnti und I1 mal IInble to The Cmmrll1 Trlbuni Jliiil Ommllnl L nuiircIalrrlmtmnoAfter an e tlmato has 1 i n revived and rcflsltrcd no chances therein will b i riiiltni Acknowliilmiints of nil ri ulttnnooi revived for wtl pusslhliAgentsauthority to mnko tiny reprmentatlins T promises with reffniitn to tlu llrwnrlnlhlllllfl1flpr It rriloin 10111 tnkn to h 10rle nr h I flubiierlbfrs fsllmatlne arid not of 7h Commereinl TTii jn 6 These conditions coiiitltutc the cjitlr cnntraet and nre xuliVct to no modification whatsoever and every subscriber competing In this contest ntstnta tlurtby to thcae con ditions Tim Offlelal Certificate of the Secretary of the State of Ohio shall he conclusive as to tho total number of votes east 5J After the receipt of the Oinrlal Ccrtlflratft an Impartial committee selected by Tim JhAtt1M awards will be distributed ant this distribution shall be llnal and absolute and blndlns iii on nil participants In the contest S ubacrlptlon blanks and further Information aJdrcES tho Manager of o t JTHE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE AWARD BUREAU I C1NCINNRJI 0 BOX 017 O j g agM igigSEaiaisaKa I I l II fIIIII L It I HwQUOTATIONS a From the Republican Campaign Text Book for 1904 The question of human rights and human liberty are the potential sues tions which have summoned our mightiest armies and hue assembled our fleets and stirredour country to the utmost dpHsIIHon C W Fairbanks In U S Senate Feb ruary 22 19 i2 liThe foundation of the whole so clot structure rests upon the material irnl moral wellbeing the Intelligence the foietilght the sanity the sense of duty and the wholesome patriotism ol the wn workerPres Roose vilt at Lnbor Dny picnic Chicago We ask that sober and sensible men compare the workings of the present tariff law and the conditions which obtain under It with the work lugs of the proceeding tariff law ol 1894 and the conditions which that timll of 1894 helped to bring shout Pres KoovevcltH pbtch accepting the 1901 nomination t t We know whet we mean when we sj ak ol an honest and stable ctirren cy We mean the raise thing from S Myear to yearPlesldent Konncvelta speech accepting 19 4 nomination Laying aside the fact that trusts are organized under HI1 lIb Free trade ns well as German Austrian std Arnerlciin protection it Js suscep I tible of absolute clemniifUtatlon that A inericiii Itce Trade wol l ojrratv In Ue litlrttst of trusts anti against the American laborllon Iv L llam iRon in Congress April Tlat whenever the necdIIrIllIl there should be n tariff schedules undoubted but such changes can with talety be made on i ly by those whose devotion to the j principle oln protective tariff Is h i yotul question tor otherwise the charges i would nmount not to readjust i lent but to reptnl The readjustment when made must malrualn nod not destroy the protective principle President Rootstvelts speech accept ing the 1904 nomination The 3000000 ot men who went out employment with the revision of the tariff by the Democratic party sound employment in the enactment 0t of the Dingley Uw by the Republican party and a million and a halt have been added to those who have employ rncnt In the industries of the coun tryIron P P Campbell In Conj grtss April i 1904 The American system of 10cRtlnI manufactories next to the plow and I the pasture has produced a result notI icable by the intelligent portion commercial nntlonsGiant No men living are mote worthy to be trusted than those who toil upI from poverty none less inclined take or touch aught they have not honestly earnedLincoln The afetyand interest of the- o people require that they should pro V mote such nmnufactuies as tend to render theta independent of others Washington The biggest corporation like the humblest pnvtte citizen must btI held to strict compliance with will of the people as expressed In the I fundamental lwPresldcnt Roone velt at Cincinnati Ohio In Congress Jan 5 19 4 j 4Solong as the Republican patty Is In power the gold standard Is setI tled not as n matter of temporary litical expediency not because ol the shifting conditions in the produc tion ol gol 1 in certain mining cen cjuters but In accordance with what we regard as the fundamental prin ciples of national morality and wis domPresideut Roosevelts speech accepting 1974 nomination RAINS FOR 15 DAYS Ground is Soaked With the Water Can Be Clearly Seen on Daystl i theMadii spot in the yard of his home on Union street where rain has been ailing constantly for the past two weeks The ground covered by the rain fall Is about twelve feet square and has been wet for days The strange phenomenon has mys tified Dr White the members of his family and friends It was first no ticed that the particular plat of ground remained damp all the time and on clear day S she could see n mist of like rain falling The members of the family were a little afraid that u The Secret of Long Life and How to Overcome Waste- To Know thyself is to take advantage of lifefl secrets equip ones self with an armor which will successfully resist the attack of disease in the battle of life The old idea of fate or kismet and that a person always when his conies is now exploded Every mechanism wheth er made by God or man has a definite amount of wear and its life can be lengthened or shortened accord gag to the care that is given it If accident or careless ness destroys the works of the watch or time human mecunnistn an end conies to its usefulness but it has not actually warn out Ainus system at gets rusty like the wheels of the watch and only needs a little cleaning and oiling to put it in shape for lifes battles An imitation of natures metltod of re storing waste of tissue and impoverish ment of the blood nnd nervous force is used when you take an alterative extract of herbs and roots without the use of alco lint like Dr Tierces Golden Medical Dis This vegetable medicine coaxes the ilincstivp functions and helps in the assimilation of pod or rather enables the organs to take ftcm the food just the nutriment the blood requires lion John H Sultt RfRMrnr of nerd Courthouse Dinlmtn N C writes We have card Dr IiiTceH Golden Medical Ufocovrry in our family and hun known of KOHIC our ticiKtilxirs u iiiK II We hnvv nlwnyx found it to do all that is cl limed for it and feel confident uniedyMrs N C writes I procured Dr Tierces Coldcn Medical Dis covert mid tool it for my cough The iitr didni acted likr n Omuii cured my cough nil O K I led very KMttfuI to you for your kindness tse my nniiie if you choose Accept no cubstitttte for0olden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as chI best come stipation and biliou uusA I n n theIi go s wuiuc vntli Mrs White noticed an account of a sliniar occurrence In Nashville Term I The ground which is under time in vsible cloud is in the yard ol the White home and neAt time pavement on Union street The gronnd IH not I jrotectel in anyway by the trees or shrubbeiy on the place the neatest tree being fully twenty feet front the spot The cause ol the constant ruin his been given no saliblnctory cx pluraiw The mist or rain seem lusty never c nufi to fall and a person holding his lint beneath the heavy mist rnny see large drops ol j moisture gather on it The sky I above the place is rs clear ns outer parts of the sky on bright lays The saute strange occurrence has been Keen in Nashville The newspapers there have sought to have of explulnImystery were pbenoUlclonlIt I was seen In that city fifteen years agj- I The negroes around Nashville who j have seen the mystery In that city i have become frightened and are constantly j talking of the voodoo and theI conjure rain fall So far the Pie in MaJlsonvllle who have bad an opportunity of watching the misty I rainfall have evinced no sign of bej lug frightened at the strange fiction of the elements j i Chamberlains Cough Rumo dy is Pleasant to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is ijs jl in time maiiufncturc j ol Chamberlains Cough Ucniedy ami the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick of Pooloaville Md in speaking of this rcmedysayx I I have used Chamberlains Cough I Remedy with my children fur several years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know I of The children like to take it and it bas no injurious after effect For sale by all druggists m Wanted Men and Women in this country and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 tot8 weekly with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from head quartets Horse and buggy furnish ed If necessary position permanent Addiess Blew Brow tat Co Dept A Monon Bldg Chicago Ill I2t6 The Force of Habit JlllBeJ They say that Versus wife married him while he was still n strug ling poet on the ground that so thoughtful a man must make a good husband How did she get that idea about him II When he wrote to her offering his hand he mechanically Inclosed a stamped and addresser envelope PIONEER DAYS Indian Fights and Other Incidents to the City of Louisville At the beginning of the year 1781 the Indians went on the war path through Kentucky Several promi nent citizens were killed among whom were Col Lynn and Capte Tipton and Chapman Louisville at this time contained only a few log houses built near each other thus forming a tort Though the greatest precaution was observed the ravages would creep np at night and kill the soldiers who were at their posts and steal their horses Capt Whitrker with fifteen other brave men started in pursuit of the Indians They followed them as far as the foot of the falls where Ship plngport is now situated and below the old mill race The river at this point was fringed with the cotton wood and other trees which awarded ample shelter for the wily savages When the party arrived at this point not a sign could be seen of the Indians Thinking the savages had crossed the river Copt Vhitaker IUd his men embarked in rude ca noes intending to follow them shnelthecorcNtl1dsere killed or badly wounded This i left only six brave whites to combat with six times ao many ravage With n mote than determined will the nun rtlnnded qilcklyand sought j protection behind the trees Then be gan a most desp rate and deadly J struggle for victory j The Indians hal the advantage at I the beginnings but Capt Whittikerl anti his men were net fighting for greed but to fIn c and protect their i homes so their uncorqutred and itulhcra will prevailed and overcame the deceitful cunning of the savages Sometimes it was a hand to hand itruggle for victory and the hardy pionecis would conic out victorious l A perSOUl al enconntir took plice between Capt Whltaker und an Indian chief Both eyed each other Irom their plHces of concealment both i raised their goon and find simultaj neously The bullet from the Indians gun cut n lock of hair from the Captains temple but the bullet from the Cap alas rifle went crushing through the chiefs mouth and head thus putting an end to him Over twenty j f the savages were killed while tht est fled to the s amps where Port j lund avenue now is nail concealed i Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the trmeHngbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own t- He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oiladelightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strength SCOTT 8 BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street Now York SOc and 100 I all druggists themselves In the undergrowth- At another time the Indians attack ed Mr Barbees house on Bullskln Capt Whitaker and his men pursued them killing two and wounding sev eral others Shortly after this the savages made an assault on Wells Station and stole several fine horses The men at the station sent word to Capt Whitaker to meet them at aglv en point as they had reason to believe the Indians had gone that way He immediately sought out his men but none of them would join him shve James Scott On their way to the place appointed they came suddenly upon the Indians while they were watering their horses at a branch- It was agreed that Capt Whitaker should fire the first shot us he was the best marksman and they could ill af ford to run any risks Whitaker fired at an Indian whom he supposed to be the lender and raising a loud shout Come on boys he and Scott rushed on the- i Indians while the dead one rolled In to the banch The savages fled leaving the horses and their dead companion nbtIedville The story is told of an old market woman who came to town for the first time with her wagon load of vegetabl s Alter disposing of her goods she wandered ino the only store on the point After pricing all the goods proprietorjfire He assured her she was per fectly welcome to the fire then turn ed his attention to other thinge j Presently he heard her grunting in disgust and looking around saw her I with a coal of fire In the palm oilier hand bowing as hard cs she could She would pick up another coal when the first went out and blow again The proprietor tried to explain to her that it was coal she was trying to blow and not wood coalu but she would not listen to him He thenI lighted a splinter and gave it to and she returned home to tell of the I wonderful things sbe had seen They have the queerest fire you ever seen said she I wanted to light my pipe and I raked out a coal Hid aegis to blow it hut the harder I blowed the blacker the thing got I until it was nothing but a black rock A young man from Southern Kentucky who besides being a half wit was afflicted with a nasal twang in iris voice visited Louisville away back in the fifties and created no end of amusement among the merchants He did not care if he was green and seemed happiest when he created aughterHe f into a store and stared around with wide open mouth and alated eyes The clerk winked at sanies friends then the fun began They showed him some valuable 1 monds and held them to te light that he might see them sparkle The inly exclamation front him was Vaal Ill swan II while he slobber H Me a teething Infant ilnally they got a field glass and Invited him tu the door and told him to look through the glass and he ATiiJd see wonders A tea day S after this he wits back home again this time with a very well head He would not talk to anyone for his knowledge was packed too close to permit ol any es I capeWhere did you put up some one asked him I put up at Kitty Huttels he replied tossing his head in the air Strange remarked the men we know every boarding place in Louisville I but we never heard of Kitty Huttels Is she a widow Dont know he replied Didnt ax I seed it writ on the door II How do you spell it was naked CltkityKity HotHut elHuttel Kitty Huttel he proudly replied The men laughed loud and long then one of them explained to him that he had stayed at the City Hotel to which the half wit replied Some folks think bekase theyre ben to Union Star an the Mouth o Sinkln I theyve ben all over the world but jest let em go to Louisville an go into a joolry shop an take a piece of glass an look outn the street an theyll see soIghts G R W Not Complicated Chollylies it any girl should re lure me it would break me all up soII booninii II IIBonnlIAll Counterfeits imitations and Justasgood are but that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ndrcnEXIcricnce against ExperimentI What is CASTORIA Cnstorm is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms arid allays Fevcrishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sloopThei 2ENUDNE CASTORIA ALWAYS S3 Bears the Signature of TIi KIM Yoe Have Always Bought Bn Use For Over 30 YearsTHE CCNTAUR COMPANY T7 MURRAY aTRCCT NCWVORft CTY Harris Positive Pie Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Ilornuiiu It cures completely and nt ones It relieve the pangs of n living ilfntli i All cases of Illcs ciui lu cured by n surgical operation lint you would rather havo 1llua J eared without the knlff 1IAUIUS 1OSITIVK 1IMJ THE win do It Mailo only by the lcltcb llIhimiitmtllo lime for mile by 1JH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky + S Hr Fe tr Photography for to AMATEUROlt I M Half its Former Cost as you choose Our facilities enableI us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27 styles I The fanOUD- POCO BucJBye and American Cameras inUPlates modelsi I and sizes Free 4x5 POCQJ i AMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO I 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y yfWk CW pyz Tiyttuci y iMHf Bmr umr to 11 GIll 3rc+ HK3b7+ A +++++ r + + + + + + I FEMACURA I Jinny remedies for Keinalo lls im8 uro on tbo market but the only ono that 1 hurt proven to bo uu nbnolutu uuil positive euro for nil forum of 1enmlo Trouble ItiFKMACIMtV A slnslo trial will convince the sost skeptical of Its nlmont rnculouH curative powers Mutlo only by the JKITCH KIEM 1HAllM ACAL CO d- g J Inc Tor tnilii by ti of J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I 4H +ot 3sf di c IPrc + t Hio H + 01 to tut +++ to ++++ott H Iy jTVHartford Republican Issued by tbo Hnrtlonl 1nbllshlng Company JlicoRIonFn C E SMITH Editor sEZEPxxoxTr o Comb orlard M 33 Rough 1V81 22 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET Flit I1UsltjNI THEODORE ROOSEVELT OF N11 YllltK run VICK PIIIsI1 + liNT CHARLES W FAIRBANKS OF IXMAVV FOHCONfiUKSS DIV BEN L BRUNE- RANNOUNCEMENTS FOItCOlNTY JlIXK- Wi lire authorize ti HIHIOUIHT W 11 Tuylor IIM ii c imllJntr for till olflty uf oiinty Inilito ol Olili county uliKHt to t11 nctlnu tlf the lleimb limn pnrty lOn RIaItiTSCt1llB Wi are Htithurlsei to unnoance t C Ilwinl IIH 11 i iinliJit fur the ollii of Iteprenvntiitlv uf Ohio county rubjovt to the iivtlon of tin llepuli Hitin party nro nuthurlteil to mwU ofnltNpreMUntttlr diiKllilnto fur tlie ortloo of I Ihlu ronntr subject to tbt utlon of the nejinli limn jiiirtv roll llllarr C ol1lT f tIRIi We tin nnthnrltml to nnnoiinro tIavle Uoynl IIHII oiimlltlnto for tliu otflcp of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to thvnutluu of till INpuMliitti putty AV tin nnthnrltetl to ntinniinro Wtlliurn Tins ley HIll cnnilliliita for the ollco ol County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to thu action of the Itcpiilillcnn putty AVc iireiiuthorliiHl to nniiouneo Everett P lIylllr ilK n eninlliliitp fur tlta oillce of County Court Clerk ol Ohio comity subject to thu action of till Itcpubllcon pott- yroltcouLY ATTOItNFY WI ore nuttioritelbta iiuununcH K M Wood wuril an II candidate for the tat c Kif AtI tornoy of Ohio county subject to the nttlon of thu Hcpnbllcnn pang I OK NIIKKIFF- We aiv pioilzcJ to iinnouncc If II Marti n HH a ui illdato for thu otllco ot Shurlff ot Ohio Uy Hiibjwt to tho actluu ol tile Iteimbllenn party roll JAIIKU- Vo ore nntborlzcil to niiiiounru 1tMi S I MOUTON nn a IllIIlhlllte for tilt office of Inllur of Ohio voitiity subject to the action of thu Itt publlcan party wninilthorltwl to uiinonnco JSCAIt Mill jo F us a 1titnliilHt fur the olll o of InUer o tiii roiinty MI jtettthN fist knott1 Kupllli lii tin inrty I c nt e oulburhe to ollhll1lhft dell Smith of uVt is ttixilnct as n eunilldute for the oillii if iilii r of nhlo ioantr nuliject to the nation of MII li ubiiiiiu party s ii IS anthorlKil to nDoonno W II LTOUH HI inliaiittfor the oUJoe ul Jailer of Ohio uiTi nhJett tbthe ntttoi of the Itiiibllciin t i reButhorlMil tunnnuancnTllKOALIiHX M u ndldet for the oats of Julkr iifOhlorimn iJit to the action of the Kvpnlillmu JOR IRVF YuR- I i i n aiiihorlced to announce NATHANIEL M L ti V asa ciimllilHtw for ihwofltcHriif Surveyor I Lie county nulijvut to the action of tho Itu 1111 party IOK AKSKSSUK IN nnlhurlzid to iruiouiii L Berry loney s i i nndldatu for the Olflit of AB Wfor of Ohio t tv eubjsettothenctlun of the lieiiiilillcun- V V the lilitUorlitNl to announce SAM W IM II nM n ciiuillilntn Jar the olllw of dsI4Isor- t4 iMo county mibjiift to thu nutlon of thu H- e111uli party FOU SUPKUIVIKVJIFXT i are nutborlzvil to iiiinoiiuiu lAMIS M i IIrEu ii eiiuililflte for the ulflii of Soptlr- III i hut of School of Ohio county nuliject to th tiillon of the Itepiibllciin purty- IOKMAfMSTKATi r Ire autliomcii to uniiuuiuo JtllS M k l IVXim n cnuddntu fur thootlko of iloffli1 trje if tin Iroinvell dish I t tiI1IJJt t to the uc tii if the Uepnbllcan ptirty Rooalvrtr ROOSEVKLT fill Fairbanks THE jioiib open at 15 and closes at 4 M qINfit4prb111- Ii00biS1 luirbanks and Bru Itt r Tin time for talking is over Now vote VOTE curly next Tuesday und see to It that your neighbor votes NMMMN OM1AWN EVERY one who is willing to work busy Who wants a change yM Vi jftKvnr Fttrhlk and four 11rjSTIII time nf apathy t I t- e BUCHANANCLEVELANDPARKER Grover Cleveland Compares Parker to Buchanan Well the Democratic exPresident is High Authority For He Followed closely in Buchanans FootstepsFor Instance PROM PRESIDENT BUCHANANS ANNUM FROM PRESIDENT CLEVELANDS SPE MESSAGE TO CONGRESS 1857 With unsurpasied plenty in all the productions and all the elements of natural wealth our manufactures have suspended our public works are retarded our private enterprises of different kinds are abandoned and thousands ol useful laborers are thrown out of employment and reduced to want We have possessed all the el ement of material wealth in rich abun dance and yet notwithstanding all these advantages our country in its monetary interest is in a deplora ble condition want a Parker message with a similar extract IDoprivileges to none is what Republic ans stand for o To the polls next Tuesday boys give Roosevelt tbo largest majority ever given a President A THE Hartford Herald sent out 1000 extra papers this week Roosevelts election is now assured Ii youfayicontinuation of the present prosperous times vote for Roosevelt and F irbaDkRI toWE have nothing indicate what the silent and sullen Parker would do if he should be elected President 0 THE Republican party has been a faithful servent of the people and will receive its reward next Tuesday A VOTE for Parker is a vote ofcon sure on President Roosevelt and Re publican policies government 1A THOUSAND extra copies of the I Hartford Herald in the county Increased 1 Republican majority sure I HILL furnishes the brains Beli gas11Hencewith this campaign FROM the tew speeches made by Parker he has proven himself to hoI either densely of af fairs or a rank falsifierIII CANDIDATE Parker will doubtless j be remembered as tho individual who administered the gold cure to Democracy by the electric process DEMOCRATS recognize that they have no winning issues and they hoper to arouse the rebellious passion of the southerner by hollering nigger 4 DKMOCIJATS are not offering anything j new in their candidate Parker j They are offering the same thing they j promised when Cleveland was elected i WITH n candidate without convic lion u luenumgkga platform anda I spiritless campaign the Democratic party is prepared for a voteless olectionIWHAT kind of President would I Parker make if lie should not prove more actirato and reliable as u chief executive than he does us a campaign j speaker IN lSJ3 the Democrats promised toI do something for the working mUll They did it They gave him access to free soup houses are oiler ing as much this yeariu = = I REPUHLICANS have never claimed that they are responsible for good crops but they are responsible for governmental policies which furnish good markets for the good cropsI DAVIS the Democratic candidate I i for Vice 1resident recognizing his inevitable defeat next Tuesday and smarting from the sting of same says if it had not been for Dave Hill I would not be in all this trouble i IT is very unpleasant to recall painful incidents but tho American workman should think of the time i when Cleveland was PrCsident beforo he votes next Tuesday If you favor a return of such conditions vote for Parker j oo SOME one remarked Whoel pot a Deruccat Spellbinder talk Jiiu upeccli into a phonograph and mount it on the tear platform iustetidof ye l 1 Jr J fIi ti lf f It1I pile might turft V rtae CAT MESSAGE TOCONGttESS 1893 With plenteous crops with abun dant promise of remunerative pro duction and manufacture with unu sal invitation to safe investment and with satisfactory assurance to bust ness enterprise suddenly financial far and distrust have sprung up on every side Numerous moneyed in stitutions have suspended f Surviving corporations and individuals are content to keep in hand the money they are nsualy anxious to loan And loss and failure have involved every branch of bust ness we of the machine loose four years hence when policies hadchanged Lv the Last Democrats say Presi dent Roosevelt is to hard on the trusts in tho West they charge that he is a friend to tho trusts Bryan said Parker was nominated by crook ednud indefensable means His party is using the same kind of means in a vain effort to elect him THE thing for Republicans to do this year is to vote The Democrats have tho money of the Oil Trust the Steel Trust and the Railroad Trust behind them and can bring out to the polls all the ignorant and purchasable element But they cant beat Roose velt if Republicans will vote next Tuesday DEMOCKATO may dclare that Pro tection is robbery until their eyes stickout like china door knobs but people will not take much to such tommyrot as long as they remem ber the 262000000 of bonds that were sold during Clevelands admiuis tratiou to procure money to run the government on IEWHT years ago Democrats were I loud in condemnation of Grover 1Cleveland and his administration Now they are endorsing u man tflut Islands for the same principles and who is pledged to adopt the same governmental polices that were in operation during Clevelands administration A return to free trade andI i free soup houses is inevitable if Par j ker is elected i jFUEl silver or ruin was tho cam paign cry of Democrats during the supportlingfavor or the gold standard Are they eiicere now Were theysin cere then If not are they entitled to the votes of honest citizens who have covictioas If they see tho fnl lacy of free silver and believe in the gold standard as they now pretend to is not the fact that thwere so woefully wrong during the last two Pros idcncial elections sufficient reason why honest citizens should not vvto for theme They should get right andstay right u few years be tore they ask to be endorsed ITUI Hartford Herald in a desper to induce pnople to vole for Parker and Duvis springs the follow ing unmittigated falsehood It says KritnckyIvpnrtotlie mulutniieiico sad proiltx of till trysts furjA more strenuous campaign lie was never given the public and no one knows the falsity of it better than its originator It is not true that each family in Kentucky or in any State contributes 894 per year or any sum to tho maintenance of tho trust- i Neither is it true that the Republican party is responsible for the trusts Trusts have existed in the United States continuously since it has been u nation They have existed m other countries for hundreds of years In fact their existence lutes from the very first of the first organized governments They existed in tho Roman empire before the Christian era and no one has ever charged that there was a Republican party at that time sot nntlrtrrw THE Hartford Herald says The Republican hae been stamped id i rivei is tt iorg the eowma c paigu liars without conscience or n t k r cute and it makes no defense of its attitude By whom when and where have we been proven as among com mon campaign liars without conscience or excuse The individual who awoke from delirium long enough to utter this moaniul wail is tho only one who poseeses the narrowness to question our veracity The Her aId man and his friend Fnda would be only two proud if they could in some way discredit us with the people All kinds of vile epithets have been thrust at us by our unscup ulous contemporary in an attempt to lure us from the path of decency and honor but we have endeavored to rise above the place opeanutjourtuthsnt suchflS every Wednesday brings forth The peoplo who have read TIm REPUBLICAN know too well the falsity of the Heralds assertion and will not be misled by it V 0 Halloween Social The first soclil given to the boys by the Junior Department of the Hartford Ynnnjj Menrt Christian Association lost Mmdny was a suc cess it the expression and trsJhnonj of the b ys no fr nnytliirp livery fellow Chine in CMKIUIIIU nud there tccre coats which locked like Jo iphs coat of UIHPV colors The usud hl lovvecn pa Ats ni rasln mM j an list spoon race Pad ernckr foA hiI j tinj content mode the tiitie n t f t- Titeti we h dIur pictu akr Hi I he costumes taunt Dave b a l1ifrl hit the pale ra a out I U Biv Bounce Muisy kuckffl w Sim it SimonI nppy Hcioliyni II11 pan mere wtrs all then she pure lor the worst costume was ar rr i by Mr R HollbropU ti OH Orl tram nowhere The rt einen s vtn next and it qnlcUly tii qpeared I Then a vhlt was paid to the other so cial held in town and then tte ell wended our way hitiiewmd Giving tl e bays good wholwome fun under right environment is but one of the many rctivitics of our work The success of the social le te largely to the committee of boys who planned and carried it out so well ONE PRBSKNT I PUBLIC SPEAKING Col C fit Barnett will address the voters at Render Schoolhouse Saturday night at 730 Every body are invited to attend J GENERAL INTELLIGENCE The writ of prohiLitatinn asked fur by Commonwealths Attorney HufTt ker of the Jeler on Circuit Court to reslrniii Jmi k Jon s from try fog John- R T Barb Mir lor the murder uf Penn cis Hogan at Shepheidaville was Je nicd by the Court of ApixiUs Thee ntrt hi 1 js that the ictim was concurrent in both counties but the tat ing ol jurisdiction first by Ruliitt count IJUai JttTets u cou l rum proceeding in the matter The Pitldxvin irrip male another successful fight at an nllltutr of 1600 ted the time consumed being thirty ixl lnutl3 The vtsiel Inndcd on the exact spot selected by the navigator and the enthusiasm ol the specta tors exceeded that oflae pr vioustlay Inventor Baldwin announced that n Gfiecnmiles flight over a designated course will be undertaken soon re gardless oi the wind conditions Four bandits role into Coly Vyf killed the cashier of the lank who refused thtir demand for money and fled toward the famous Holeinthe Wall with n biic posse in pursuit Buffalo Bill and a pirty of hln scouts now on the way from Omaha in a special car will j in in the chase of the outlaws when they arrived at Cody u The Kidneys When they are weak torn pid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neg lect them at this time but heed the warning of the aching back the bloated complexionthe begin treatmentat oncewitb Hoed sS rssparinDmI whClc vtaillsthebest and safest cTJrativ stftStances l Fen U 0 i rre rrtkJt car cs IJc od COI LovtiJ M- eHr r o t + H t 4J P t o ERNES ERO Our buyer has just returned from another visit Fashions hendqunrtrrs The seasons choicest in MillinoiyDrass tined Waist Material ofSilk creationsi Cotton Brown leadyinadc Skirts Brown full Suits Vanish Suiting in all the newest now on sale anti they are marvelously low priced E t Ladies Fashionable Outer Garments t- t It is an established fatt among fashionable dressers E + t that E P Barnes it roshows by far the most eompre j t hems o line of LadiesMiiS and Childrens Wraps and ti Furs Many now ganiunts put on stile this week and 3 fight up to the lllirlllt in stylo form lad finish t Knit Underwear Department E Men Iaf cliesllisses Chil i Iron unequaled fu- rIirulelSdutabilit In 4t Cotton s See 111irk111t 1 huwinguf- I IIlllllelhlfollbuy vour 4 winter fiipply Childrens Vest and in 3 medium weight Cotton each 2jc t Vest Punts in UMV Mixed Cream each 2c Lays Whirls Drawers ill hiltliens Heavy mina flirty Drawers lleeoed big r3 values tall iOc Ladies heavy weight lleeced in Mneo t and Sea Isltt1Iutlun Wsts each 5k La dies lleivv Bray Cotton Union Sttits Oneita Hmnd il each joo Ladies Jents Iants at I i 100 12 Siroeach nw Trunks Suit Cases and Tclcsconcs nlY abutment November iihnlU Theodore Tuesday early evening dazzling Boys and and Cotton lull Ladies and lull nnd and nil and and that dont toll their worth We make specialty IESuit j We sell tfrom i12 each to sin 311 imh We can sell you itSuit Case at SIi I J UO I SS each i Also all sie in Telescopes tIBring us your Corn Potatoes Unions Apples Iud E s all other good country produce and get value in wearing apparel You are compelled to have to meet the re uirements of the season E tOrHtY +r+ yRAnt7ttamlltNHllafRnnikMY1 GUNS GUNSHave jnst received a large line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And itsprcfuly Hkyuti tllanal tK 1ir tst anti IMS line f Shut Guns ever in IIMtlor PRICES LOWEST CARSON BROS Groceryincn Hartford Ky NARROWS Nov 3WUrkon the lor the new biidpe across Rough river here is progrtsdng well They will be completed by 20 Mr Wood has bought a farm near Select andwill move to it at onceTwo of Mr Thomar Boswclls child ren hive pneumonia level Mr J W Daniels little boy has pneumoniaMr Mrs Roscoe Wedding are rejoicing over their first born It is a girlMr Wood Slurps boy will cast his first vote in 1925 Mr Basil Willet bar sod hI farm Mr Sam Gentry and will j o to Union county Mr Eugene Kirbys new residence is about completed Mr Roosevelt will be elected President of the United Stales next The meteor that shot athwart the sky in the Tuesday was seen by vnnny of our citizens some ol whom wtre wonderstruck the and 11 M HJl1lf l pho nomt ron Tl vt i 1 the npv jar II of tl 4 J J1 or and anti III Wool l Wool tjail our re rants Pants Wool Vests At piiees a u f high Trunks I 9f lan I r S 1 5 1 its tt THE iron to at pe rnuce I and koking enithward beheld a stream of bluhh white light + Coursing rapidly across the shy from Apparenttlevn1western horizon the whitehot meteor exploded nnd the cooling fragrantsl stl1rslofI as every one has many meteors coursing through our atmosphere atIJ vast distance trailing after them n stream of light of greater or lesser brilliancy but I had not before et1joyIed the splendid spectacle of having one of natures firebrands hurled dllrectly over my headweaving the 1 dark shadows of the night into threads 1 of dewy morning light 1 Holiday Jewelry Wnlches Dia monds Silverware Rings nOlItInil the new in Broaches Buttons Plus etc I Large stock of gold headed Canes and Umbrellas Whatever your wants may lie we can meet them with htnuttifal lid choice sr Uctioui Vtlieuf J O M WijjiwvN SON ht I Tf irr1 i L uv ti CORSET TALK It is our pleasure to inform the Ladies of Hartford and 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 One market perfect figures Deep straight front with supporters front made Coutillewhite Sizes perfect Beauty price only 100 I IICorset Special Style 454 Longfelo Model 1 i i beauty for any ordinary pro portions Designed from a correct conception of the essentials required to persuade the figure into the proper contour necessary a stylish gown Made Borthcau cloth in white only Trimmed at with l handsome lace Our Special Price only 1 above Corsets are also made theI IIThe 85c qualities Call at our Store Iphamplct about them f The Place Is 0 Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVKMBlvR 4- Y Illinois Con tralRallrodTl mo Tablo North Ilmiuil Sinilli ItiMiiul Sin lr iliiH 4 IIII 111121 dnfirs l ii II- INo 10S lili IU7 pm Su inl Ini 2MSi III No1SSftui iNi III No11MIdint fIn 4p AJ3 line of odd Pmt tit Sam Dnchs The Newest of the New is here CARSON Co Oysters Fresh Fish and Celery at City Restaurant Your coming merely to look will please us CARSON Co Try those sweet nnd sour pickles nt City Restaurant fine Let us know your wants We do the rest CARSON Co- 4Ir and Mrs James P Thomas A Louisville are the guests Of relatives I here WANTUD A good reliable iGliaud high horse heavy built tf A C TAYLOR Mrs Alvin Rowe Centertown was the guest of Mrs C E Smith yes terday Toni Wiuid and Hillary Schroeter are taking In the Worlds Fair this week ti IG B Williams returned the first of the week from n visit to the Worlds Fair New Milincry Got s t RIolU store r 1 5 up of the very best styles on the A Corset for slender hip hose in of only 18 to 28 A Our A figure of to of top in and read will gray Try cm till and then look here CAUSON Co J II IJverly Ceralvo culled to see us TueadnyiNicest of cakes and crackers in Hartford nt City Restaurant An elegant new line ol Neckwear just received at Sum Backs IRev J W Cnntrill No Creek was caller Saturday Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Boneless Ham City Restaurant J G Keown and S A Anderson were in Ovrensboro the first of the week The Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and uptodute line to select from Leave your Laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt 46tfII to Louisville Sunday alter a few days I stny with his family I Dont fail to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed I Hats 150 Black velvet 200 and 250 Beauties Mss SARA COLTINS SMITH Mrs Verna Allen died at the home of her mother Mrs Sarah Bennett last Saturday Her remains wtre Interred at Alexander cemetery Sun I day All Steak except clear rouud three pounds for a5 cts nt Arbuckle Broth era new Meat Market Everything else in proportion Give us a call ARBUCKUS BRO- SHartford Ky Joe B Sandeilur has sold his farm in the Sanderfeis crossing neighborhood on which he has lived for the past thirty years to Scott Likens H ru4 r I1 n Jv Ut near IJcavr Lam City Restaurant surely fed the pee I pIe last week Jerome Allen Jingo called to SiC us Saturday Simon Stevens Render was a pleasant caller Tuesday C K Reneer Render made us a pleasant call Tuesday Rev J W Cantrlll No Creek was a pleasant caller Saturday Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs If you buy here yqu are finfe- CARSON Co Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most upto date place in Hartford A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good ns the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs FOR SArEA milch cow J R PIRTLB 1412 Hartlord Ky Mr J T Wallace will accept our thanks for a peck of the nicest and largest potatoes we have seen this yearMr J F Stowers who several months ago sold bin farm near here and moved to Indiana called to see us Tuesday lath line of Clothing High grade hands nt low nrlttii See our line and save money FCONOMV DRY Goons STORK A complete line of Mens Ladies Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can he Sound aV Sam Bachs This is the season for Overcoats and Cloaks We have a mammoth stock nt the correct priceCARSON Co II yon dont buy your clothing from UH we both los Our prices are nlwnyfl the lowest I ECONOMY DRY Goons STORK INw Clonka just received at the Economy Store Seethem You will get the worth of your money in every garment Largest and best Hue of Ladles everyiECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK FOR SALK Seven acres with plenty of buildings and everlasting water i 25 or 66 acres with same if desir I ed I H miles from public mines E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky Take your Eggs to the Cash Grocery and get 17c per dozen onIbout noon An h guest was ht dover his remains nnd the verdict 1 the jiry wai that he caim to hs death from an unknown cause At the hour of going to press at night we learned that Mr Stephen Phillips who lives about two iiileo east of town was not expected to live but n short time He has been sick for the past few days of llux Walnuts and Wine has come to be a monthly treat to many read erStIt is this department ot Lipplu cotts Magazine where the good stories of children and nod anecdotes of daily life are garnered The November budget is as funny as ever J N Paxton ol Prtttsville died at the home ol Albert Leach Baver Data Wednesday Ills remains were Interred at the Paxton burying ground yesterday The Masonic fraternity of which he was a member conducted the burial rites The public mines at McHenryand Render are running only about halt the time by reason of the scarcity of water and what time they do run wat er hauled from Green River Is used The railroad company hauls it in large tank from Rockport and Cen tral City Mr J W Ford has about finished moving the machinery of his flou mill front the old water mill site to his new quarters at the iron bridge Hart ford and is now ready to do business with the people Plenty of good flour and mini to exchange for corn and wheat lIe solicits the patron fages of the public upon the lils o his past record of successful and sit isfactcry service MtTkl7AS I hers are I fd tV U c4 lamnY1NuckolsMrs C E Smith of Hartford who has been the guest of her mother Mrs W P Render of this place returned home Sunday- A B Tichenor who has been sick sometime is not so well the last few daysMrs J P Tichenor who is quite ill Is some better Several of the young people of this place attended the singing convention at Buck Creek last Misses Nora SundayIBratcher were the near Centertown last Saturday and Sunday Miss Pearl Igleheart is sick of blli lious fever j J P Tichenor has moved Into his new house W P Render will also j move into his new house in a few dRYSITho Best Liniment j Chamberlains Pain Balm is considered the best liniment on the market write Post Bliss of Geor gia Vt No other liniment will heal It cut or brusc so promptly No oth cr allbnla such quick relief from rheumatic pains No other is so val uable for deep seated pains in the I chest Give this liniment n trial and become acquainted with its remarkable qualities and you will never wish to bo without it For ealo by all druggists rn i License to WediThe following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Raf lmd since our last issue Cortln McCormich Spring Lick to Cora A Leach White Run Del mer Austin McHenry to Flora Render McHenry Monroe Bean Ralp to Ida Ralph Ralph The Cash Grocery is open early of mornings with all kinds of Break fast Supplies Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on Saturday November 12th 1904 at 10 oclock a m offer for sale at my residence three miles east of Hartford all my Stock Farming Implements etc embracing 2 Mates i Young Mule 3 Cows 4 Calves 20 Hogs Good Wagon Mower Buggy Corn Hay etc TERMS Under five dollars coshI over five dollars a lien note due in six months with approved security W T WOODWARD CASTO R XAIBonn tholha KM You Han Always Bough Signature cf LtC cLte 4rux r rnrwur r r e + aaaar a AA AA AAAAA A raawV4w7wU J JJ U wUnl7A A7OOwV MJIJ JJ l Etfi= ATtfi if S J Tichenors ri Our buyer is again searching the markets that tt = our customers may have the benefit of the latest jj 4creations which fashion designs Jt = Our Dress Goods j 49 Especially isiof the latest designs of the largest 1 manufacturers in tliO eastern market You can hi ttfi1 makers are always ready to interest you as to styles j IP 4 of garments Buy from us in this department j t 43 and you can have your goods formed into a task jfr d ionable garment readytowear before leaving our 01 building vj tC1 Winter Wear t o J The appearance of cold days force us to buy 41 heavier wearing apparel See us for your Cloaks H 11 Furs and Childrens Prices are Rock Bot l tlce1 Now when it comes to wo feel that itce1rf0 the plot stylish line of Overcoats slidclothing for t fa Men Youths and Children found in this section Jtff and to see our line and get our prices is to buy i J Overcoats 8250 to 19 suits 350 and up j t Jj Our New House f 0 I In our new building we will show the most i5 3 complete line of Groceries QueenswareIIardwareta 49 Stoves and Furniture found in this section Prices jj cannot be duplicated Visit us in this department If- rS and be welcomed by its management Q Great Millinery Display t off 1 Wo feel proud to say we are stillmaking this ft the countrys most fashionable and popular llillintt R ery center and are increasing in number our pa Mr trons and admirers To our present patrons that are ttN 4 acquainted with the manager of this department as well as those who have never purchased of her jji j we wish to say that we have everything that fash J ion can create in this line and with our corps ofb14 original designers are always ready to serve you bit fi themost fastidious style The height of our ambi= j iton is in serving our customers in a fair and honest ilk fi way by giving them good values close prices and fcf honest treatment Visit us that we may convince j to youI of our methods and good values cv- fi 50 I S J TICHENOR McHenry Ky dCrJOrU OrtrcwMpd MQrbIYCrMoc crCrooY Mrd McYGqS tPa YtJ7 41 7MLY CP 41 VM 4 S U 1P 711 4 1 I II Special AttentionI cY 03k Is called to our line of bras Iotlthsand Childrens Clothing which we have re 0 iceivecl for our mil trade and put down at very low prices We handle the celebrated Sterling liye for men and the Eoncramake and Climax for youths and Cisfhctionyou Twenty INIens Black Cheviot suits at 3 aiid upfIsizes 3542 Fifteen youths Suits in fluky colors at VB 285 and4p up sizes 1319 Thirty childrens Suits at f1ant8and manufacture at very low prices Clothing is our f ir specialty Call on us for in this line Shoes9fWe handle the celebrated HamiltonBrown Shoes I for men women and children Every pair guaranteed wai to give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could jL you ask a better bargain offer Mens heavy Shoes at jt 1 and up Ladies Shoes at 1 Call and let us fit + m you up for the winterSpeC1als IAll Calico 5c a yard Factory Cotton 5c Heavy QStL rCotton Flannel Go Heavy Shirting Gc Good Socks 5c a pair ladies Hose 5c 4Suspenders three pairs for 55c fine line of ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts Jac- k2J ots Capes and Childrens Cloaks Ladies heavy Dress Goods Etc As our spaco t6 is limited we cannot quote you prices in detail but come to see us buy your fall 2 16 and winter goods from us and we will treat you right Wo will give you the best fg Ii goods for the least money n ISAM BACH Hartford f8t8V 6 lit Jo t at 1 i J 1w yfw A z o h I 1 MAKE MROLNEY SIC j ll T Let Real Democrats Do the Talk I inguPlutocratic Has Beens i Make Republican Votes A New York Democratic Newspaper Prints a Caustic Editorial Quickly Stifled I From the Now York Journal tem1 i Tnke Olney off the stump Democrats of his type make no rotor the party Last night in hI speech at Cooper Union the tornlice attorney general nnd Inter secretary of state under President Cleveland of fered n characteristic keynote- In his argument against Imperialism he spoke of our needless scrlmnwgo with Spain over Cuba and subso quontly rpferred to that development of jingoism and militarism whic brought on the scrap with Spain That Is a keynote to whit the coun try will not respond in the wny expected by Mr Olney It is not Amerl canliu nnd certainly Jt Is pit Iemoc racy Tilo war for the liberation of dub had the heart of the people behind i It was ehlvalrlc unselfish and glorious Limited and careful gentlemen of the- O oJtype run thenhselvej r Fdtpt10 jKjislrig to theTeiglit of popular onthusingin but whether lv t of ottfcetfhevtiro we t jOTgwjtjTtfeP 9noblu sympathy idr1 HIT blit2 I cd people history tvfll record the United States In expelling Spain From the new world readied a loom1 unparalleled In the UC nationstion of We owed nothing to Spain Her occu patron of Cuba had been a continuous rime as was her whole career In this hemisphere We had been patient too long The Virginlus Infamy should have boon the signal for her eviction from this side of the globe The cul mination of her atrocities was the blowing up of the Maine riding at an chor at what was supposed to be a friendly port And after that unexampled outrage Olney speaks of our needless war with Spain No American who la an broad as his country cut look bark upon the Span ish war without a thrill of pride Mr Olney speaks for a kind of Democrats who are infinitely hurtful to tht Democratic party They seem to h without capacity for entering Into tho feelings of tho people sharing their patriotic ardors or sympathizing with their national aspirations He Is unable man no doubt an excellent law yer and means well but he damages Democracy and the candidacy of Judge Parker when he puts himself forward as u spokesman at once of little Americanism and the puttawhich is historically that of expan sionA great people are not to be cribbed cabined and confined within the col blooded and petty limitations of the Olney conception of national duty and destiny The voles of young men of men of spirit cannot be won by siteer- at one of the loftiest deeds In the na tions life- Democrats real Democrats are not to he deprived of their share In th glory of freeing Cuba It is to th everlasting honor of the party through its representatives in congress and in tho press the livening lournil foremost in the lightIt forwl Ii reluc tant administration to declare the war unit Cleveland been In the White House and Olnoy in the cabinet we may be quite sure that the heroes of tho Maine would have perished In vain and Cuba continued to be a Spanish shambles at out door The Democracy linn no quarrel with any man who took part as a soldier or Chilian In lescttlng Cuba and it is not to be tolerated that the party should be placed In such a position Theo lore Roosevelt as ono who took part in that brief conflict has reason as a candidate to congratulate himself up on Mr Olneys presence on the stump rude Parker 11111 his managers ouhtpto lose no time in revising the of campaign speakers and eliminating from It the Olneys the Clevelands lord all other discredited plutocratic nary row minded until hard hearted Democrats so called who are responsible for the apathy among the people of which Is made at Demo cra tic helldllUutllsIHow can the workingmen for ex I ample be expected to grow enthusias YItsgeneral who discovered the sacredness of a Pullman car rued a president who ordered troops lute Illinois against the protest of her governor for tin pur pose of crushing a strike Olney has spoken for Parker and it In is announced tliat Cleveland is also to mount the If Parker Cundertltllndswell as we think he does he will putw his foot down and avert that crowning calamity Let real Democrats do the talking from now OilWPARKER A DISAPPOINTMENT Dr haShullIyurtcrMdofrom tho piston Tranicrlpt It has licr HIC n comical thing in 2i v York comical to mo iJcnitiins but tmglc to the Democrats the be havlor of Judge Parker when he comes to town Ho goes to his hotel lie shuts himself up Nobody can HOO him but tho persons with whom he has ap pointments and they tell nothing that he says lie has not spoken to t public on ono of those visits nor by any chance to any ono who will speak to the public He has now con In New York nearly a dozen times since ho was nominated At first he has spent only a night but now he stn days at a time mind he has prllctlcu token personal charge of tho cat paign Ito has secret audiences with men all day every day ho has bet liere and yet no reporter of a sing paper hurl aught n word that he la said except two or three remarks about pubeeIc or nays Irin his political conferences At the re cent reception given to him at the Manhattan club ho would not speak Such a silent candidate for the pees 1 dency not only wits never heard of be toms but no man would have been bo lied cif who should have sold Unit any candidate for the presidency could bo eo silent Every conceivable effort has lithcampaign But it is given out that he is immovable in his silent resolution nut Mr Parker lens a studied silent o that Is driving his supporters almost to madness for they ore beginning to ask It studied Can he talk Did heeves talk Has ho anything to say t peotr his olio famous teiegTaul aiwTrfs ex cepted The fear Is creeping over them that perhaps he has nothing to soy except such argumentative doctrl I uul tilings as go to make otllcial speeches mud letters of acceptance Thcvfi IB iOrtartlu Ituost Stupid In iitmuy crude circles Whats a candidate for but to make as favorable an impression j as possible on time public Especially what Is the bounden duty of a and unknown candidate but sllllItI something FO that the people come to know him 7 HE DOES THINGS j A Brief Sketch of Our PrrxlileUtH ntlorI From the Troy N Y TlntcaJ What President Roosevelt hits lone In olllce Is no great and comprehensive ns to add u new chapter to American history In Cuba and the Ililllppines In maintaining the supremacy of the United States In the affairs of time American continent In cutting through the isthmus the canal for which a ten hud In Ameri purlfyinoevery department In which a taint might show In appreciating and treat lug with proper rwpect the new con ditlons which the immense growth of commerce and industry established In iusous llliirttration of the superiority of arbitration to war nods while perform duties which in their mi ltlpllclty stagger the mind to contem plate In devoting himself to such phys leal exercise as has been necessary to wnthlufugda type of an American household Theodore Roosevelt lass shown himself to be not onl a man who does thins hut who 5dots groat things soil does them grandlyIs surprising that he should be an example fur the young oleo of the thereenut a country buyasuch a man as Theodore Kotwc welt Is it surprising that the youth of America look to their president aa not ugly a model but also as n chosen lender I That decisive day in November will I t 11ousthins I =asnwnureavraorawnnsnunt DO YOU GET UPIeWITH A LAME BACK I ILKidneyAlmost everybody who reads the news is sure to know of the wonderful I IKilmers and the great kidney lIIerI It Is the great med ed 0teenhyears cf j byDrterentdr specialist and Is or ceringlarre to and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Stvnmp Root Is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested so many ways In hospital work In practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in very case that a arrangement has as paperhosample bottle sent free by mail also a book more about SwampRoot and how to- lnd out if you have kidney or trouble writing mention this generous it offer in this paper and send your address to Kilmer CoBing N Y The fifty cent and bladder covered after bladder private special telling bladder readlm or druggistsDont I IISwampRoot tJ REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTS They Receive the Unstinted Abuse of Democrats and Faithful lieSupport of the People According to the Democrats t Republican Presidents everyone them have been a bad lot personal ly and politically Each and all Iythem were declared to be ruining then country but when the reckoni came and the verdict of the people HIwas handed in on their ballots judg iswent was givensave in two cases In fortyfour years for the Republi cans Impartial history acquits ev ery RepublicanPresident ol criminal Intent and acts In doirg his duty to the people Mr Lincoln became a mnrtyr No ruler PS ever more vII ified and denounced His bjdy t life his spirit in death represent t dividing line between loyaltyand dis theIwrites or talks of the Republican party as a nation destroyer through its measures or its PieoldentS it is be cause he does not know or dots tloC cote to remember that BuchanAn who was a Democrat shaped the course adIIt quick and ensy victory it was thl Democratic President who lelt to his al11toPItStl tiupiy lieftfrury a crrforali guntd of en nimy a wretlt of a ray 1 JiftuanUtd foitref Sds and a legion of officeholders ulcerated with ditto alty that the stern lessens of Iwar and years rf Christian pence 1a1I eutltcly eradicated And Buchanan were Democratic ndtninis trntions whose acts were seemingly studied preluded to his crime The lineage of the Democratic party is a record of brckcn I edges conceived in political iniquities and strangled at their birth It is the Democratic party to which the people owe lour years of civil war and eight years o I such misgovernment that the rich be came poor and the poor starved It has been the province of the Republican ratty to undo the work ofI its opponents it hns again and ngain saved the nation from degenerating to a low grade in nationalities and it has enforced respect throughout the world for a country which th Democrats had brought into con tempteOl course the Democrats assail Republican Presidents and their nomi nees lor the place of chief executive they do this more byinuenco than h direct accusations stabbing in theI dark rather than a fight in the sunI light But there is always this Ina favor of the Republican partys Presi dents from the time they begin t 0of make history for the nntlonthAti for their support in the ordml ol pub tic criticism they have hFd the consti lotion of the union is congresses and the voice of the people Chronic Diarrhoea CurodIMr Walter Richardson villc Vn had nu attack of dmrrhoen hat came near oiling his life His physician had failed to relieve him Iin nd the disease had become chronic when he began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item It soon cured him and he now recommends that preparation when ever an opportunity offers For sale all druggists m Teddy is the Friend of the Wage Worker Labor W 01111 William Little a member of the to National Executive hoard of the Unit Mine Workers of America is one the most observing among all trade union officials His opportunities fora finding out how wage workers feel this or that public question man are great and he never failed safely increase his knowledge InII this direction 01Duringday Mr Little declared himself em of phatically on the question of President Roosevelts elecNansilt Little E thinks there is no doubt whatever r reguarding theelection of Teddy II he is fauilliery called among the wage carders 11 have recently been traveling considerably among the wage workers said Mr Little and sums to me that there is nothing nobody in it but Roosevelt I find a Roosevelt sentiment prevailing among those who do not take muchI interest in politics as well as those who do Roosevelt will certain j have a big vote among the woik I men for it is their firm con vieI wry lion that he Is their friend And let me remark that he is a true friend I have watched his policy toward or ganized labor every since he became a public man and beyond all doubt i he is in slncer sympathy with the man who woik for wages There heis no denying this fact He may nut ofbe able to secure all that we reason a bly need but we can depend upon ofthat he will get us more than artI r other man I know of Igal11 Rare that among the wir C men there are many who will neither vote the Democratic or 1 publican They will vote for some rcdichl candidate It nil poi out a great truthsend it this If we do not want to throw our vote nvey kt ns cs it for Ruosre To vote for the Socialisf ticket I wasting a vote for there is tin prls I j nhie chatter for other than Demnocrdt- be or Republican candidate being elected It is simply n contest between Parker I and Roosevelt nod ve nil know thnt j Teddy has been our friend iml wlli remain so FROM SOUTH AFRICA i New Way of Using Chamber I JainsJCough Hcmody Mr Arthur Cln lul U writing Irom Y1Ad i = j Ccugh Jnudy jt cute fcUiiliW1 i old ami ycuuf 1r pn yi u tint MvA lniglitK of inirr h1a child just WvV vo tuonths old It hadn VoVy bil cough and the parrots dill rI1ot know what to give it Irugee ed thnt it they would get II Ivittl tit Chamberlains Cough Uemtdy null put some upon the dummy tint the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they slid mind brought about n piick relief soil cured the baby 1 his remedy is lor sale by nil druggists m Colossal Heavenly Body E liiulon Idr III In the constellation Scorpio seen when visible at foil low down In our southern sky is a star of about the first niagnitudf cAlled Antnres This object is according to measurment o its parallax by Sir David GUI enor 1mousey distant and tonal therefore he R colo sal body One ol our as trcmers J K Gore has compute rboob photometric considtratjors thnt its moss is prtbahly SSooo times thut the sun As R rule the ttn dercy of nstrononiers in to dnuht whether such rtiflerence as these fi ures imply exist among the celelttnlc Anytarttl must he exceptional Mr Lr of the Love Obsrrvntory C i torCpoints out that ronml this great stir is a wide region afoot as viJ stars Hh any tioun to the tulescop tII Many storey fields are encoun tend in the heavens These blocky rued ani waste Hreasrhowiuistat r if any they tr on the rxlieme lirut of vision in this slplendtd ml pure mountain air In three fTa ltxpetistfd no time ol the deicnte p a1 white shimmering huckgr Jiiid of the sideral mructur can be i en Tho inference JH thnt ail the motHer iivc this oleo tiny barn drawn in U build uv the ci liwwl sun Ant riK The apace liRA been swept clmn In the constellations Sagittarius alScorpio tile e exist nny 1 lack fiHs without tithe r star or nebulous hack ground Only Makos a Bad Matter Worse Perhaps you have never thought- of it but the fact must be apparent every one that constipation is caused ha luck of water in the sway tern soil the cause drastic cathartics like the old fashioned pills only makes bad matter worse Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets ore touch more mild and gentle in their j eflect anti when the proper dose isj their action is so natural that can hardly 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or Texas I Very Low Round Trip RatesMl J To any southwestern point every Tuesday In September and the 1st Iand3rd Tuesday In October and November iI- I t Geo H Lee H I McGuire flea InsstgnM Dlet1nsstNent- Lttlo Hock trk luesuuttl 0- t t I W 8WWSirtW W wl1 ii J COST OFPHILIPPiNES Grossly Exaggerated Statements Reiterated by Judge Parker- In Recent Speech Shows Narrowness or Obstinacy la Repenting Previous Errors Officially Corrected WauhIz ton Dispatch to tho Now York Trihtlnel Tho uvldity with which Judge Par ker anti uxtk crutiiry Olnoy swallowed the ttutuiuuut Unit tho Philippines had cost tills country fiX000000 and the pertinacity wltli which they ding to it after Its fataliy has been proved again and again urn part tho comprehension of pcnous In WitHlilugton who are fa miliar with tho real conditions fu the riilliwilucrt That tim lOOt of the Philippine lu cliullng tho WOOCM00 paid to Spain amounted up to May 1 1002 to 189 000000 hits been cstabllslxxl beyond disputes No Democratic number of either house of congress hue dared to cliultouce Secretary lloofs statement to that offnct The cost to this coun try fur the following year bits been nhrvnj to be 3080000 and for the year lust ended 2100000 a total of U4180GOO That hus been the actual coat of tho Philippines up to Juno UO lOW Tho statement Mr Parker permitted decluredIof life of American troops and Fili limos In tIll American army from nil causes has amounted to 4007 privates and 155 ofllcorH a total ot 4222 men Even niMliiK to this number the loss of Filipino Insurgents a liberal estimate of which Is less limn 10000 the grand total aggregates 11000 against Mr Parkers 200000 Moreover the totals hole given include deaths from wounds sickness drowning and other tied dents and an Important contributory cmiHc till contagious diseases which unrestrained ravaged Americans and Illlplnot when American occupation began Only 12UOOO American soldiers nIl told have been sent to the Philip pines As an onset to this loss of life should bo Het the magiilfleent work of the army medical corps and of the health ollleers of the Philippine com luirifilon whose unremitting efforts have stamped out the plague reduced smallpox ami other contagious diseases to a minimum and rendered tho Phil lppi lies as healthful as Cuba That unintelligent campaign speak ers thould voice the extravagant charges of the partisan press without taking the trouble to Investigate them may uot be surprising but that men of higher standing should reiterate theta especially In the face of the tes timony 01 high minded and unim peachable witnesses is a source of amazement The Insular bureau points to the Interview with the Most Ilev J1 llarty the lloman Catholiu ami bishop of Manila cabled from the Philippines as Indisputable evidence of existing conditions in the Philippines Archbishop Usirtys testimony agrees with that of Hr Brent the Kpisiopal bishop of Yanlla who Is now In this country The archbishop after return lag from ar extended tour through the islands declared his hope that Theo doru Itoose olt would be elected presi dent of the Iliited States lUll said 1 was Impressed during my Journey tugs l y tit progress of American In stitutions among the masses of the people the general happiness the se curity of person laid property and the supremacy of order and justice I ba Hove that under divine guidance the bonollcoiit rule of America is destine ultimately to place the Christian Malay race on a moral and political plane that as yet tins never been attained by an oriental people This task that the Americans have assumed they cannot shirk or abandon This work that Governor Taft so auspiciously began and that Governor Wright continues must be carried to u triumphant conclusion Archbishop Hurt Is eminently qual ified to Judge of the situation In his nine mouths resilience at Manila be has held exhaustive conferences with the bishops and provincial priests lIe heats spout months living with the peo ple traveling practically alone and unguarded even In tho remotest prov inces Inspecting parishes and visiting tho people In their homes In some of tho districts he visited It had been thirty years since a bishop had been there Nor Is the testimony of these churchmen Isolnteil livery one who has load an opportunity to Judge of conditions In the Philippines as they actually ex- Ist brings to Washington the slope story of progress The Philippine government is bring judiciously administer ed the people are prosperous Christi aunty Is thriving under the freedom of pelUlc1ousIof the false assertions of Democratic candidates and speakers Is now the only menace to uninterrupted peace and prosperity In tho Philippines CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signaturo of f PARKERS SURE WARNING Personality of the New Yorker Fails to Interest Voters The weakness of the Democratic cause hi Illustrated anew with every P4saing day The Presidential can didate is as backboneles as void of interest as the platform constructed by u process ol elimination at St Louis a process carried us far as to make the standing place of a national party like a frail floating raft all stringers and no flooring The people never took to Judge Parker From the first they were unable to get sympathy with the ju dicial figurehead erected by David Bennett Hill to attract votes As the campaign progressed the candidates few and infelicitous utterances completely subdued any raising tide of partisan zeal such as nearly always carries the hosts of a party intosome thing tike an enthusiastic contest now could anybody get entbusiam for the bland selfsatisfied managing politician whose ever utterance shows the contracted sphere of his Interests and Influence Even the hope of rehabilitating the party and getting it Into line some where near the advancing forces of the world has not been able to enlist the remark and file of the Democrats for Parker There are armies ofthem who will vote for Roosevelt brigades regiments and squads of them who will vote for Watson for Debs for any candidate but Parker Hills candidate lacks all the elements of popularity He has not aroused the imagination of the peo ple He has not compelled their respect he his not aroused their confidence As a young college mans AId the other day Parker has no go In him On the other hand the Republican candidate is a figure to draw to him every generous soul In the country Let the crcakers say what they may every gallant youngster ready with his first vote every one of them in this land of game fellows adores Theodore Roosevelt Every mature man of action of reserve force and that power for work which revolutionizes the world admires Theodore Roosevelt Every voter young middleaged or old who believes in work In going ahead and making things go ahead takes stocks in Theodore Roosevelt Party lines are not going to hold such men especially when they have at the head ot their own ticket if they are Democrats an uncertain unknown secre tive man like Alton B Parker All through the golden days of Oc tober as the leaves fall through the hazy air the hearts and minds of the mass of voters are turning to Roose velt and vrhen the chill November day arrives the day of the national election there will be such a rush of enthusiasts to the polls as has never been seen in the land before enthusiasts of an ages degrees conditions colors religions and political affilia tions and these will strong storm the boxes with ballots for Theodore Roosevelt for President of the United States 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all of its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now know to the medical fraternity Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu tion and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it tails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J CHENKT Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con etipatiou I To California- Via scenic Colorado or true south ern Route Dally through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis to San Francisco via the Missouri pacific Ry and scenic Colorado Ele gant tourist sleeping car servlves ev ery Tuesday and Wednesday from St Louis Daily through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis to AversPills Want your moustache or beard- abeautlfulbrown or rich black Use Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountains route to true douthern route New tourist sleeping car excursions via Iron Mountains route and El Paso leave St Louis every Tuesday and Saturday The service and equip ment In strictly uptodate Round trip and low rate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Mountains or Mis souri Pacific Rv for all principal points in the east From berth reser vations and lull information address R T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky or H B Townsend G P T A St Louis Mo DESIRE OF THE VOTERS Roosevelt Will Be Elected and Re publican Policies Continued for Four Years More As election day draws near it be comes more certain that the Republi can party is going to be continued In power by the expressed desire of an immense majority of voters The people had made up their minds before the shouting and the hurrahing of the campaign began Recently under the questions of canvassing committees from both great national parties they have revealed their minds Every Republican will vote for Roosevelt no matter what local disturbances effect his ticket Many who were Democrats before 1896 will vote for Roosevelt although natural ly they say little about thefr inten tion and a very large number of in dependents have openly declared for himThe fact is that the Democratic par ty has shown inability to manage the affairs of the nation Its weakness was so conspicuously displayed when it was last in power that hosts of men became convinced that it no longer represented any branch or con tingent of the intelligent people of the United States The free silver craze of 1896 and 1900 completed the wreck of a once idolized party fetich Thousands of oldtime Democrats thousands of young men with Dem ocratic affiliations deserted the an- CIent standard and came into the life andvigor of Republicans There they remain The election in November of this year will show that the men who joined the party of honest money In 1896 and 1900 have resolved to sup port the party of honest money of national prosperity of sound virile activity in the work of international improvements of a dignified strong foreign policy of protection to American citizens at hom and abroad of equal opportunities and justice to nil without regard to race color or reli gionIt will reveal the earnest devotion of hundreds of thousands of first vot ers to the principles of Republican ismInefficiency uncertainty division in council these do not command the interest and good will of the Ameri caa people The little coterie under the wing of David B Hill In New York is going to have a great object lesson in the near future The country is safe In the hands of the Republican party Roosevelt and Fairbanks are typical Republicans Their Indorsement by an immense certainAliers What are your friends saying about you That your gray hair makes you look old And yet you are not forty Postpone this looking old HairVigorU- se Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied II Ajers Hair Vigor restored the natural color to my itray I am greatly iilcnseil It 11 nil you claim for It MRS E J VANnttcAlr Mecl1al1lcavlllo N Y 9100 a bottle J O ATKIt 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and Clerk 1411 Itiirnes Attorney Hartford VCourt convenes first Monday In each month MondayliiCourt of ClaluiR Convenes first Monday In Jar nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Olllccrs J H Wood Surveyor Cernlvo Frank Lowe Assessor DedaIumes lleWeese School Superintendent Hartford Hen L Davis Coroner Sulphur Springs vistlees Courts Mayis yNJnoAI Graham Narrows February 28 May 2 August 20 November la- T A Evans FordsvllloJanuary 1C May 7 August 27 November C J A Hicks lluford February 7 May 0 Aug ust 12 November 7 x W A Hone Centertown February 0 May 11 August 21 November D- I1 Wilcox Itockport February SO May 5 August 23 November 14 SXsxrtfera 5ellco Court Jno H llileun Judgo 0 K Smith City Attorney S r llurnctt Marshal Court con venes second Monday In enchmontb ReDioua Gozvcora M E Church South Services third Sunday In each mouth at 11 am and 7 p m and second Sundnyfit7ptti 1rayor nuetlug every Wednes day eveulng liar WTJMIIlor Pastor nighbeloremid fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev J II lJllrlltlttllIltltorCI Services first Sunday In each month nt 11 u m and 7 p m ilex J D Mar ned pastor s School Trustees Hartford Ins P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M locker J H D Carson Jon C lilies TowitTrusteesltownn Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk UrS J Wedding W S TlaeleyACTnylor Cocret Ceclotlea i A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No CTfl F1 A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough River lodgoNo 110 Knights of Pythlo meets every Tnoxdny night m Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A It hold regular meetings Saturday bcforoflrstSundnylu each month I 0 Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CartaELECTRIC IRON MOUNTM ROUTE Via MEMPIltC ilritr i pllpTc 1r fltQC ARK1 ftad PoJi 2 SSESiCO fr e oridiilt cavsisniIN 5 Ctocarte KlECTC LIuMVLD TRAINS 4 fu rfvtisr fforinillja Advertising Matter Etc Addnu R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pats AjL 13011 2C2 EqallaUn Ml LOUISVILLE KY A CTOWtlJJCND G P6 T AUT CT LOUIS OASTe A1Bears You Nays Always Bought thoC11 or VdIU t tW Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 r A BRIEF EXPERIENCE Of an American Tcacber in the Philippines Graphic ly Told BTOIALOO TAJA Tolerably high school September gYou will doubtles accuse me if when jotting down Alngs of real interest the capital I should appear or some mention be made of the joint high school of Dum dog and Tapaz for can one help feel ing proud when he is the honored gnest of two presidents and Is some times not often carried over muddy 3 aces In a hammock and always greeted by a tilted hat from every passing stranger or can one be bu proud of a school where pupils come Jiom barrios as far as the fame and game of the Americano has reach ed wearing a cherry smile and other light things always eager to learn+ fcmocent timid yet thirsting for knowledge Dumalog Is near a small group of mountains ou the island of Panay These mountains are rather more Jlan mere hills such as you may seem Ohio county and though small to Jook at from a disance are rather weary climbing Yesterday alter mas I with my teacher companion and my cook Jock the trail for Tapaz We found the remains ofan old time trail 2 own up in grass and weeds and only a bareloot trodden path very nar xow and slippery On each side Jrom time to time we could see through the wild tangle of bamboo and brush and vines the remains of a beautiful broad avenue of the beetle sat palm a fine contrast to the wilder growth We climbed up past ita cliffs cf II white stone mountains half hidden in fog ran down the itst slops and again passing a pretty material of clear pure water In tour hours we had crossed two rivers taaIet deep and crossed a mountain trail of 12 miles in all this time we saw only a lew ragged native huts and a few hemp Mums and a few fields of mountain rice The hemp is called abaco here milt is made from a species iof the loaana tree It Is native money in- Tapaz passing as about medlo peso mfcunch are worth about thirty five 3esos a plo1 nearly the size of a flour larret The natives weave a- very fine cloth from it md also weather kind of very fins cloth from the pine ripple or pina called plna Moth Arrived in Tapaz my cook unroll sd a piece of matting and the press dent giving me his best bedroom I welS soon in clean dry white duck ask la the custom of the country Then we talked over school mat seta andn few dozen school boys oomtntf in review we took their ones and ages Very few knew Jbelr a e- We diviced on the amount of school supplies needed which I today made requisition for The style of my lest was something of the courtesy r oJ the don with the simplicity of the niipino This morning we were furnished a ibarota for floating down the swift jpper course of the Panay river The itnjrent takes us down with ease but jl 13 almost impossible to secure a Ixxit for up stream The river runs through passes of for mountains whose narrow valleys lure been filled deep with alluvial Deposits and then when the lower teaches have cut down their bedshas been cut in deep banks of mud and sUm sometimes on one side a nar row valley of rank grass or hemp orI list and on the other sheer clUb for a ii nndrct feet On every cliff though nearly perpendicular there are many rank grasses shrubs trees aud vines and tvcs the bare semivolcanic rocks are clutched by lager roots The trip down was made in three and tme halt hours including one stop for Jt drink of cocoanut water and a lit tie of the cider of the cocoanut tree tailed tuba Thials tje native drink costing sat clacker sofa cent a glass or MnetltuB nothing at all Yours J C B Sheriffs Sale By virtnre of Execution No 2154 duteted to me which issued from ifte Clerks clke of Ohio Circuit court Ia ItyTof J K Smith against 12 T Y1r 4 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 Hnrtford Ohio county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may he necessary to satisfy Plalntiflsdebt interest and cost towit a tract ol laud being and lying In Ohio county and bounded ns follows Beginning at the N E corner of J no F Furger son survey sweetgum dogwood and poplar thence W16J poles to 2 hickories and beech thence N 5 poles thence N 62 E 41 poles to 2 blackoaks and hickory thence N 4 W 55 poles to n wbiteoalt sweetgum and blackoak S Ecorner of Thomas Rowes survey thence E 160 poles to 3 beeches and 2 sweetgums said Rowes S E corner thence S 66 poles to the beginning contalnig acres more or less There is excep patrt lying on the N side of the Ceralvo road supposed to be 5 acres levied upon as the property of E T Allen TERMS Sale will be made on credit of 3 months bond with approv ed security required bearing interest- at the rate of 6 pel cent per annum from day ol sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 19th day October 1904 CAT P KEOWN Sherifl O C By CHKSTER KCOWN D S 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 tm a teacher In our town L G BROWN Granger O The Calm does not irritates orcause sneezing Sold by druggists at 500 or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 War ren St New York RENDER Nov tMessrs L E Harrelland Scutt Smith and Dr Innes attended the speaking at Hartford last week Coleman Tappan returned home from Salt Lake City Utah last week where he had been stationed for the past 3 years in the U S Army 22nd Field Artillery He received istclass gunnres medal Henry Lord of Columbus Ohio was here on business last week testing the new motor Mr Lord represents the Jeffery Electric Mfg Co of Co lumbusMiss Ida Snell has returned from Horton after n two weeks visit Will Lee Fisher Is all smiles It is a boy another Republican Miss Bertha Tatum 5vas the guest of Miss Iizze Mercer last week Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfield was here on buslnees last Friday Mr sad Mrs Jesse Davis of Shaw nectown III are visiting here atthis writing J P Stevens City marshal of Beaver Dam was here on business last Friday Clell Smith Of Bartlettd precinct candidate for jailer was here lastI SaturdayMessrs E K and P B Burton returned from Herrin Ill last SaturI dayMrs Lula Williams returned to her rome in Providence last Saturday after a two weeks visit amongst rela tives Mrs Martin Moore of Central City is the guest of Mrs P K Saleburg at this writingIMr and Mrs Will James of Beaver Dam were here last Saturday Mrs G M Stokes of Jaeonvllle is the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Cargal at this writingIMejsrs Jno Sanders and Geo Edwards were in Echols on business SaturJaycMr and Mrs Jno Boone visited in Ceralvo last Sunday andreturned yesterday G L Miller of Cloverport was here on business yesterdaySe Marion Tipton was here on business last week I P J Quinton of Paducah was here yesterday on business a Win Fair of Hartford was thea guest of his brother Me D Fair last Sunday Alfred Nance was In Beaver Dam 1Iesterrlrw 11Dryesterday R D Burton is ou the sick list at this wriUngbStarling Centers formerly of thisg place but now of Llflton Ind met his death last week In mine No2 by fllnte Jailing on him killing him al aI FGLYM ImolQmltmost instantly He leaves a widow ed mother two brothers and a sister- a Herbert Myers left for EdgewaterI Col last week where he gone his health G A Barnes of Beaver Dam was here on business yesterday- T R Todd of Louisville vas here ofon business yesterday- J K Perkins of Owenoboro was here on business yesterday Simon Stephens postmaster was In Hartford today on business One week more until the election so every good Republican be on duty see that the thing is well done sSheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2160 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of Ohio Circuit Court In favor ol Fordsvlllo Banking Company against William Zichery J W Moore and D M Matthews I rr one of my Deputies will on Mon day the 7th day of November ly 4 I between the hours of I oclock p m and 4 oclock p m at the courthouse i door in Hartford Ohio county IKy expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following proper ty or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt I interest and cost towlt A house and lot in Fordsville and bounded as I follows On the N by F M Win frey on the E by W S Gains on I the S by Main St on the W Winfrey St levied upon as the byI erty of D M Matthews TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approv ed security required bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sileand having the force and effect of n sale bondIWitness my hand this 19th day of October 1904ICAr P KEOVN Sheriff O C i By CLAKKNCH KRONVN D S ow What do You Want Vote for Roosevelt and Fairbanks and elect a Republican congress- If you want the honor and dignity of the country upheld- If you want present prosperous conditions continuediIf you want the affairs of govern ment administered intelligently and economically If you want the books kept open and dishonesty punished wherever found If you want grasping monopolies i repressed and forced to obey the lawIf you want justiceladminlstered to rich and poor alike If you want a hungry horde of Democratic looters kept out of office If you want such tricksters as D B Hill given no place in the cabi netIf you want illegal trusts rebuked for contributing to the DemocraticI campaign fund If you want corrupt Tammany not I to be given a chance to raid the nat- Ional treasury If you want the Tammany grafting not to fasten Its clutch on ev InIf you want a Democratic nonentity weak tool of tricky politicians keptI of the Presidential chair If you want the nation to retain its lead among the world powers as I aIpeace promoter If you want firmness displayed j when firmness will protect American and property Interest j In short If you want everything i that a good patriotic citizen should I went vote for Roosevelt nnd FairIand elect a Republican ress I I CENTERTOWN Nov IT H Benton Is at home I aln after spending n week in Louis i llt A 1MN1hNF11SMMY ville on business- L C Morton has returned from his visit to the Worlds Fair Henry II Davis and daughter Miss Fannie of Beaver Dam visited the family of H H Davis here last Sunday and Monday C K Reneer Render came down to see his family Surday returning Monday K H JAmes is In Hartford this week on business Mrs L P Drake is visiting her parents In Meade county this week Jesse Hill and Karl Davis went to II ntlord last Sunday Mrs O B Bosket has recovered from her recent Illness and is able to be in school again BU1forIis erecting n new bulldln on Mill St G W McCarthy Is preparing to build a house on Cherry St A protracted meeting Is belnjr held here by Revs Boggcss and Drake rr Can You Figure 200GjVen Awvay 10 CUSTOM KI5S OK Carson COltJ HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast 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 gUts First nearest Guess 5000 SecondII IC 2500 lhirdIC 1000 FourthIC IC 500 Next 55 Guesses each 200 11000 I Total 2000 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 Congressional contest The con- tcstwitl be decided according to the decision ot the election com missioners who will meet nt Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out after 4 oclock on election day Begin now The more tickets the better your chances CAKSOK Co Inc DR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF SIRJ tuypainlnalu ruutlalrn l j i luliaiUS I j t CLOAK and FUR- s TALK r It is no longer a question as to where you shall buy The place reads CAISON CO We have the correct styles at the correct prices We have all of the newest weaves and all the newest E cuts at the lowest prices Infants Cloaks SI to 85 Misses Cloaks 1 to 750Ir Ladies Cloaks and Coats 3 to 815 Ladies Furs SI tot 8 You will miss it if you dont come to CARSON Co for yur winter Wraps 4 t Carson Q Co i i 1NCOHPOHATKD Hartford Kentucky 4 I 4 BOSWWOIUDS PAIR HOUTE 4INATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS 1111111 Louisana Purchase Exposition ENiIiIE NEW jHnilload IWAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application t IY Scnd10c Silver for 1 of the Worlds hair MarchJ ItreenUvntloiiH itc cull on any Tlrkit AKHII ur nd ilnwuO P JIctUltTV Ofiri Pan+ Aff nt i Cltirliumtl Ohio or It N IlIIOWN nltAIIuuUvllleKy tit M Worlds Fair Short Line f SOUTHERN RfllLWflY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST f Fastostand Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules I Leave Louisville IOO n m daily A lnjjySolid t sleepers lull Southern Knilwny Stan dard Dining Car through without clinr o- Leave Louisville 1015 p in daily Arrive St Louia 72 a in daily Slid train of vostibulcti free re dining chair cars and eloopern Norchange of cars cnroute All trains nmku close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wulingli Suburban service direct to the Worlds hair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from Louisville Ky 513 good returning until Dec 1501 811 sixty days 10 good returning 15 days 7 Conch excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive during October and November Good seven days P E CAIW Pwioiigcr and Ticket Agent ICy gelltjtl8- I eengcr Agent 231 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G U AMKV Assistant General Passenger Agent St Leaks Mo v F X Rea1 ESTATE 135 acres 4 miles north ol Hartford In good state of cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport In good condition good lulld ings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 40 acres 3J miles from Sulphur Springs 32500 145 acres zj4 miles west of Hartford fine land good improvements 300000- A house and 2 acres of ground adjoining Hartford 375iOO 83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good buildIings 15 acres hill land 166000 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartfordin fine state oft l dvaoJ t All the above lands are bRrgainsITitles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY J C3 A 19 TOaa I A BDiiaHSignature fI L