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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I IFineJobWork a Specialty n OFFICIAL OHAK OF THE PARTY IN JHE FOUSTB CONRESIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year IlVOLXrV IllA1tTFO1U KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 1901 iioii rz Topsplurvg uia1bpyfather of the man The man docJ hiWildsI oom of nightIntogurdleM of time and physical ueceMltlcs a pleasure of his a V business of hla pleas ure In fact he ef fectually reverses the of natural liv ing The rcxult la physical iMbllit generally Introduced weak stomach The foot he eata does not nourIsh him be cause the stomach anti its amclatul organs ore not able to extract the nour ishment from the food Hence ths body Is under noui IslieU and disease de velops in one form IfJr cr another Pr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures dieoascs of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It urea through the ttomaih iliscasus which originate in a diseased condition organsIenceheart weak nerves and otlicr form of csllc4wcnkness I lad en Iroublnl with mUrth c4 the tttnuch mil hurt tmulitr wrllt Mr W D Merchant of TrUrr burj Ctirlnti Co Itnn a- 81h4 doctored K tome time Without rtllcC thou I Uvtn la lAb Dr Ilcrctn roMtn Med k31 Dbairrry I lank ttven trtllrn Dffon I hrriu la la It I weI4 114 pound i ad new I neigh 176 I am milking itradiljr aaj lest I a well man I fnlyoumaaf Ilianki Dr Pierce a rlouant Feuds euro ecu stionM lO YAllb L UEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY nlIILIKpvrlat miration ftltrtt U rtilbrtluni ERNEST WOO DWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW II KfVoMlt KY Will IrMtkht nfw Ion In nil th conrtunl Ioa Irt fttANwet lrnptell hfIIft1ll ntla 0 litemrettuted- to tlmIltl 11 1Iohk- C Ow 1 WILSONtHARTFORD KY Fprcllntt ntl ii VITrO to rollrrtloiu mal lK iMtriHti ASkM4 Nuurt IoMk let Ohio tonIjr lime north ill piUirniMt 0 E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW tnmtiui PLY 1I11U n hU iirutiMlvn In nil the mart nt Ohio HDI a ljulnlnirruaiitl end inrt o- fHIcIi APIIHAU AtUnthm Klrni to nil tniaptnwd to hi irarv line In IAtta orncvln courthooi F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW II HIT MIUII KY 4wIllinUtlm In ti ruqrta of Uhlo musty ned ol AppmN rrnrnpt attention irlrni tn nil tutlfHxM ciitriittMt In hU rare om In llrntlit uIlIing J Eo DAVIDSON Attorney nt Law IIAUTKOUD KY Will pmrtk htpfifwdon In Ohio end adjoin Bfrmuntkii HpiTlnlnltrntlon tlTO tacit tntsee flr1to his care S l ItO BY ATTOKMEYJlT LAW FflhiJIIPE 5LETtltKY r Will prnftl his lrolu In nil th cnnrU ol Ohloaniin li lnlnitcf iinllniniiroiirtorA 111 pwlal attention tyeu to tullKtlna JOHN P MORTON- ATfOKNEYATLAW iiurrnitii KV- HwrlalnttMitlonKlrrn tn nil ImiilnrMrntriiit 4 to hU rare amy In cvBtthnnM O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AI LAII1AUTFORD KY WlllnrnctlvbUtinilMuilon In nit tile court ot Ohio nml nlilnlnir ronnllc Himliilnltontlon will lir Klrvn to nil linMniM cntnilwl to cure CollKtlona n iwtlalljr E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wlllprartlrahln prntnwton In itO the court at Kentucky I nttrntlnn H n tn roUwtlnnn fttleinint ol ilMJ ntn mtntm rnnil rn M nnil rrimiml practice Offlw npulaltt Irlltln block J S It WEDDINGAnO- RNEUSuCCUNSEUORalUlW HARTFORD KY Will prnrtlce hla protnmlon In nil Ibe court of Ohio nnd niljolnlHK ninntlra unit the Court or Ap pwiK Imnint Attention rlrun tn Ml bnilnnw entreated to hlmr Offlw In IttrrnufAii tolMliR =R IL W3DDING Attorney at Taw HARTFORD KY C tliuconitiotthloC Southern Railway TbrooKh ItI lit UMt IIoulhfta StHtw IKEflUOKYT1NESSEE SOlid VIR GINIA N6rtliHpLINAGEOR GIA and MISSJfIm r I Ilh 4S SIlk Three llalljr Train lletwwn lool hit Tllle and Kliwrvntlon Chair Cnn TlnlenTe nnifittrrlTe IxmlnrlllpfroniBeTenlh 4 Htreet licboVxonnectlnit with train nl the IllUole alnIIlDllroa4 and L H 4 lit La 1111 T Forlnformatlonnddrwa t 1AWBtoon P kT A 213 4th Aye IxialiTlIte I II TATLOI AuUtnnt a I ALonljTll F 4 gloaATul A 1l Millers Financial Statement OfOliic Ccttrity Amount of Debt January I 1808 to to to 835000 Amountpaliltodote17000tmotint Amount duo Sinking Fund inrlllOl 5000 Total Reduction 24000 Amount unpaid January 1 002to to to 11000 ftS WHAT THE RECORDS SAY asrt liulobtednoasiul judged by tho Ohio Fiscal Court Order hook No1 p 348 OS3000804O- hio County Bonds sold Doc 20 08 ttOOOQpO Balance duo County for 1898 tax as shown Shoriil8 Settlement Jan 8 18097 508853 Amount of Bonds that should have been issued and sold2491147AIUO- UIIL of Bonds sold iee2008 3000000 Bonds paid January 21 1Sf0OO001O- fl1S paid October 10 1 QUO 500000 Bonds paid December 22 WOO 200000 Total Amount paid1200000Bal- ance due on Bonds January 1 19011800000 Amountduu for Iron Trestle on Hartford lovoo 155000 Balance duuiShorifr as shown by Settlemot January 10 1101 Book No2 p MO 23123 Total indebtedness Jan 10 19tH1978123 Amt of Tax collected for OSOO and 1000 8 191300 Aint of Tax collected for 05 00 and 1807 7973522 Excess of Taxcollected for 98991900 over 95 96 97220844Ai- nt paid out on orders of J P tiller as Count Judge for 09 and HJOO2020Ai-A lI1t paid out on orders of Jno P Morton as County Judge for 90 and 07 150377 Millers excess over Morton 51670 A man that likes this sort of tiling this is the sort of thing that he likes Hospy JNO H THOMAS Chmn Hop Ex Com Minutes Of the Huford Mngisteiia District Teachers Asssoclalioii The teachers of the Oufoid Magis terial District met in Beda school house September 21 1901 and the house was called t order by Vicl President W It Orson Devotional exercises were conduct ed In H very impressive m inner by the Vice PnMdetit Then the body proa e ed to elect a Secretary lifter which the piornra was rendered The fist rnljrct Purposes of the Association was introduced by I 0 Stewart He made seveml interest ing n marks hut doesnt think it j should be compulsory The discus I slon Wits continued by U II GUIs j I C Park urn Cliloe Shown It was decided that the purpose in to make ready tenchtrs The Mlljrct cl Physiology was ably disciiistd byj D Sttwrt inwhicb be Nay IUpils nhoulJ not be allowed to est between meats Pleasures ii teaching were next presented by Inianna lfoid An interesting paper on the troub lea of Teaching WHO presented by B H un Iii followed by n general discus ior Next was a wen delivered decla mation by Miss Chloe Shown after which wcnijaurcod to meet at I pui At I oclock the house was called to order by the Vice President and loll culled by the Secretary the teachers answering roll call with qtiothlior In the absence of Mr C W Mo ely Penmanship was dttcussed by the HSi latlon An txctllent essay on puccualltv wall tent by Miss L ota Patton tot lored by general remarks by the Vice Prwident Why thould we have a longer turn of schools was distrusted by Shadrach Greci IK thinks the term ate 01I long now unless some way can be piorsdrd to get the pupils to Httecd A general discussion followed in which many good point were brought out iti reference to extending the term one of which was that wed i not wish o be Uhind otr Niith i ern and Wetttnt Statex I III the hbseuce ci Misses Florence I Kownn and AUK Ilelden the subject of regular attendance was umitted I Iii the nltcnce Messrs Ilollirook and Turutr the su jctof truthfulness in children was discussed by the association in which they say it Is not n natural tendency for chiMren to be untruthful but depends upon their envhoiieLts and excitement under vivlil iniaglnatloi Next Miss lit nie Anderson Deliver ed an excellent Uclnuatlon entitled MemoryThe rltm being rendered a mo tion was made to auburn but ailing to meet with a ticoud the mutton was ton Next A motion was mtde and CAI ned that we express our sppreciation to the ond PeoPle of Bcta for the hospitality shown us especially in the way ala od dinner on ti ground A Itsijeet wag then placed before the aiBocIation aa to whether we ofIthe teachers ncte divided After discuscloa the association adjourns 0ILOUAMNA DSCyI Thoiftians of the most U- and distressing cues of piles have I been curtd by TaWers Duct eye Pile Ointment It never faila to Price 50 ct In bottles tubes 75 cts J II Williams m rInnlt 1 t Millet In lime t ni Blw Huh Tonic Uite 4ntMnt tn 4w liMriir pr1Mr WH ral prirvnti rbllln DsMiod tlMril Parer AetJi tlD tlii liter IMM op tlMVMB fetter than aioai l ntBl IMtaM OMUMm me ArvMdc try It At ling h4o McuiiitlMliatUMi Y 6 Ior till Iresh cots or wcund4 in either the human ukjtct or In ani tuils nl n ilrocsiiiR Ballardi Liniment is excellent while for sore on corking horace especially if sior to heal or suppurating its healing tllahUeiare uncqunled Price 2 S- eta arid 50 els J II Williams r The Old Man of the Sea- i Vs oil remember of the story ol tlt oxpcrlene of Sintad the Sailor tile Od Man of the Sea As loon a Slnbid would grapple with his adver sary in one form the Old Man change ii to something else wauldI rrlam his grip The the American piople in grappling with our active and tenacious Free i 6lmllarlf1ndid not go considering that the very men who drew up the Constitution initiated our Protective system Then for years our ears were dinned denunciations of the robber Tariff nnd the FreeTraders well nigh wept over the oppression ot 70000000 of consumers in the United States who were mulcted in great sums by the robber Tar iff But the 70000000 01 consumers went on producing com modities fur eftch other to consume they worked stevllly away at the em wasithey comlortH a which were made possible by their high wages lhay laid up moTley in the bank and altogether presented n mnst prosperousand contented aspect They uturly refused to believe that they were bring robbed and deiran led Si then cntne another Free Trade change and now we lire told that Pro tection was all very well in its place that undoubtedly nt the beginning when the country was young and our Industries infant it did very well but tnt now it has outlived house fulness This argument hits rov worn a little thin amlit is abnut time for Another FreeTrade lightning change What it will be next time tic one can foretell but it is sale o u iiYOU W ANT M CI NE Y For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps ill GUARANTEED S I uUEj THE BESTri lIlly Biilo Tics Coilwire Gruto Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Ct11 on MEGnI7 MrcMh Cot I MoIIonry Ky sly that it sIll avail as IIUIRS those which have gone before The Attic can p ople have tried both Protection and P e Trade and that being the case Fee Trade might as well give up the fcttuggle A very little of it goes A very long way and we hnd ecoutfh to lat for a long time when Cleveland and Vison held the reins Drznris lots of eppctite fl tllen Cl and nausea are al bnnutttd with dyspcpsa or indigestion Herbini cta1eWIlHiins m Teachers Meeting The following is n proglam of th cachets meeting of Butord Majister tit to be held at the Chapmnn schoolhouse October 19 19 i 930 Opening exercises OrganIz- e lion What we learned from our lust i meeting General discussion What are the leading incentives to a good schoolS n Turner Are artificial incentives beneficial Florence Row rind folo sed by general discussion Hoo dlnclpllne a cltoolW R Carson Recitation Ls tn Patton Noon eluotrII low often should they be held Chloe Shown Primary workfl II Kilts Personal chaructiriatics of a teacher C W Ho ely How to deal with lovt lick clsesW S Yuung PUt poses ol punishment J D Stewart Sttppllmentary work Iguana Pool Essay Politeness IStnle Anderson IrlwaryvI tust Reading Gilbert Ho brook I Essay Neatness Mrs Hendrle Rae itation Allie Pieldei- I IOUANA PORD 1 IICULOR SHOWN Com- B H ELLIS J eRoosevelt on Protection J 1lIeJe again we have got to reineni sberthat our fist duty is to oCr owni people and yet tint we can best get justice by doing justice We must cortinue that has been so brilliantly furcetslul in the past and so frhape our ectnomy S stem as to give tveryI advantage so the skill energy and in telligence ol our farmers merchants manufacturers and wage workers and yet we must alto remember in deal- Ing with other nations that benefit mutt be given when bentfiu are taught IIIt is not I ottible to dograatiz as toI the exact way of attaining this end for the exact conditions cannot beI foretold In the run one of our cntlOU11tythrough treaty or by direct legislation it may at least in certain cases become advantageous tosuppUuitnt our prertent policy by asjstemol benefit and obligation VlcePresi dent Rost veil in Minute ols speech Whites Cieam Vermifuge U a I highly valuable preparation capable from the promptitude of its action of clearing the system In a few hours of every worm Price 25 eta J H Williams m THE HOME GOLD CUREm An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Dosos No Weakening of theNorves A Pleasant and Positive Cure for the Habit It is lUWgtntlally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poif on c and nerves completely shattered byoperiodical or use ot Inlo Icating Hquil9 it quires an antidote e capable nt fetitrolzlng nnd tradicat fog this polsou and drstrojing the craying lor inioxatauts Sufltrers may now cute themselves at without publicity or lots cf time fromt business by this wonderful howe Cold Cure which has been perfected after ninny jeors ofclose ttudy and treatment of inebriates The faith fill use according to directions of this vcocderlul dirxvery is positively guaranlf t i to nie I lie nut obstinate case no matter how hard n drinker Our rtcnrds ibr w the m rvtloui trnnsformnlinn ol thciiMnds of Drunk arda into sober Industrious and up tight melt Wivts cure your huh rd II Chil dren cure ur ball This run liedy p cfic for thi di efe onlyanti IK so skillfully devised nod prrptrrd t that it in tbi iiuuhly tduhle end lrcnt Ui the tirte FO that it can he IY filvcn in a cup i tea or ct fhe wiih out the krwIeslC t ol the prr cm ink ing it Thou indi of rtrtinkHrda have cute themselves with this tlreepst rtrntdy antI aft many mure r n IIIlavlntheir knowledge in roflfe or tea antiI believe todty tht difcuitiriird I drinking of their own Ires WIll IoRnot w it D not be diludetl hv inrcut and lr sling impruVtllltnlI Drive out the disease ot once end Hr ti nil tme The The Home CIaCure 14 fold lot ihe exttttielr w piic ti One Dollar thus l1IcCtTtl within reach ri cvmbody ment more flectniV than other cot n nor 26 ro 51 Pull dircctioni IoC i cotnxinv cb luck e Spfciil al vice by f killed pbifcicii n8 when re- tqiet d without extra charge Stnt prepaid to any part of the world on recvir t alone dollar Address Drpt I Edwin n 011cc Company 2330 and 2332 Market street PhhadeiiihiarAll correspondents ential I p THE BROKEN TOWEL When I think of the towel The oldfishioned tiwel That used to hang near the printir house coor x I can think of noroly In those days ot shoddy That could hammer oqt iron to wear as it wale TIIt devil who used It The tramp who abused it The cemp who got at it when these two were gone The makeup and foreman The editor psorniaii eHach nibbed fpme grim ofTwhile they put n hNpon In over and uuder It was blacker than thunder Haider than poverty rougher titan pinOn the roller suspended It was never banded And flipped on the wall like a banner of tin It grew licudcr and rougher Aad blacker and rougher And daily troc on a more inkier hue Until one windy motnlng Without any warning It fell on the floor and was bio en Ii two New York Sun Toe most ftibburn Crises of Bron chitis succumb lo Bnllards fort bound S rup Pile 25 and 50 cts J II Williams m NYure can oily fted the lime of- IC with ihe Ji ol eaten which is di ge ted Herbiue will re invigorate a week tt mach and so improve diges tion as to insure the natural bloom of hire ti Price 50 cts J H Williams n Mr Atkinson on Hides Mr JUvMid Atkinaun must have played at the good old game ol hare and hounds when be was a beIInd it looks very much as trough Mr Atkinson had usually keen the hare aud thus had become on adapt at twUtlng and turuicg and doubling on nis tracks in order to etcape the Loutida Ihe habit still clings as a mental attribute and Qords sonic in terestiug and on the whole amusing situations when Mr Atkiroon ot temps to discuss economic questions When this gcntktuan recently ap peared before the Industrial Commis sion be attimpttd to discuss the Tar Ifl on hides aud nQlimtd that the duty hides was putting a check upon our leather miicuftciurirg iidustry because It increased the price oi hides lIe was risked Ifit were m t true that when the former duty on hides was removed the price cf foreign bides In American market increased by h amount cf the duty Mr Atkin son admitted that such was the case but he said You willof course see that thntiDcreosad the purchasing o jrcr of the rnenbo sold the hides nod they could buy more jcodsof ItS in exchange There would be the bertfit Uulottiinately they did not sug guesttd one of the Commissioners Uulorlunalely they did not ad mitted Mr Atkinson and tben he went ofT Into along explanation of how in order to make these South American producers of hides buy more goods of us we should admit a lot of other South American products free and then apparently without any conception of the argumentative citcle around which be hal been tray lIng Mr Atkinson went on to point at the evils of the Protective systems he saw them thus illustrating once more the fret that In the Fret Trade mind theory has the right of way and that facts must get of the My Family Doctor Plir Jslmid II Jin 14 19 I MtFtrit lily 8011 have used joir Crwru fifltm in my aitllj fr rine venr and it lisa bccrme my fim ily d co for colds in the head I II tins it freely can my chilDen It is a Go Wnd tn children as they ire troul Ini more rr lets Y nrs rejiy J KIMDILL Judge for yourte1 A trial size cane had tar the amtll sum ot 10 cts Kupplinl by drupgisti or mailed by Illy Brothers 56 Wane St New vrk Pull fizt 5 ets Resolutions of Respect Whena 0 Sri tuibei 6 9II at he city of Bafliln N Y Prbldent Win McKinle who was nn htuotecf mher f thin urHrr was aismsi CO111I1lInler Theitlitc be It retolved by Rough iver Ie Nt ito Koights ol thinsTW we cosdrtnu In un meat red tertucthii nets tl the a sasln d that Wol have no Avujds itrong irougb with which tp voice cur utter huiror At this cilme against goverr icut aid civilization IIVe deLOUoce anarchy in all it fjims nr cull upon our Inv raaki u enact such leiI1 ton as will tend tn tree cur country Irani its deadly teaching1 He it rrsoUrd That we point with tC t tie roMc qlailitso mind ord htiit s cxeniIfid in tte lift of Y ITlR Fh OR FEEBLE VjMENIFind rcrnna to be an CnfalllnB and Prompt Remedy and Itself their restores normal regular IRoxa Tylor prcsUsnt of f t i pralio of F n aa aocca weak fceily nePJMIIi Dr Hartrain treat QKMeab street JW ba lowingDuring rut I flesh strength vattl I In to perform Ink prpely I tried different rsnrdCM flatlly Pernna njuIod tp KM II mo itremcih I aant speak hlhlaUtO titles mr r ductor William Dawn Corps 4S Womans Relief Carps trrltea letter to Dr Uutman from Central avenue Minneapolis finn1 A monthi health seemed to break down at Iliad worked fornearlyHlrwflef3nd nature mo wasltrueto those dependent upon gentle spirit in biave Christian spirit in which faced death shining examples of highest teachings of Order it fuitber resolved a page of minute book 01 Lodge beset apart these resolutions n copy be furnished each of county papers T J MORTON C M NBTT I Com J S GUIKN J A copy Attest JNO B WILSON K of It S A nation rebult may almost be of what been done under ROUGH RIVLR- TELEPHONE COMPANY U11RPOU T Talk being chtnl1 1jshould patronz home folks I where buy your phones build your II 0ell in talking distance with whole business polils generally only a reasonable to Rough River Telephone Company or they be at whole expense II so connect with In dependent Companies particu on A E Hattf rdKy Wlspea1taInrestorer saYI- II take pleasure acknowledg- Ing the curative powers Peruna Asa nerve tonic a gentle stimulator to a slug gish system as appetizer and restorer lost strength and vitality wornout women It Is very superior I find It is splendid as a preventatlve catching cold and whenever I feel used I take a dose or two and It never falls relieve meTired Women Depression of nervous system during heat of summer months Is a fertile source of blood Impurities That tired feeling which ia natural resnlt of depressing effect ot weather disappears when Piinna Is taken Thousands dally testifying priceless benefit General lassitude dull heavy sensations continued tired feelings with Irregular appetite and sometimes loss sleep Peruna meets every Indl cation proves to be perfectly adapted to all varied peculiarities Peruna Invigorates the Isystem rejuvenates the feelings the appetite and produces sleep riot the 1111 Wll 4f and Chicago ute the year gradually lost and was ablo tnf and was tran new life sad too Mrs Trea and Con Mo tha fol lowing 2119 tow ago my all onca hard too hard limply refoiedtosuataii any who weie him his life and the be ore the our Be That the this for and that the for publication BA the description has Mr McKluleys dminlstration IKCC you you can own and own and be the coin ty and by paying rent the will the you say We all For lays call Pate and nerve She great In of an ot ot for up to the the the the warm quickly are to Its ot rw I45I4akitb715tw longer 1 lost my a pIt mjr sleep was flUtil Md I fount ra1lCrom tho rtucrlptton of my Ha Soy nl at Ue LImbers HertoldJII of the wondtrftrflpjifeJr had ro Mlrcd ram me to- ry it I stntfor Itaweek hicngoforthe stoond bottle I 9lMr WiiIetel7 re stored As a tonic and j ff0 ffvlgora tor It has no equjf tt Guilds up the nerves and gfftt ttrvitgth to the circulation Nfyfbl woman should be without Ftoruna Health and Iloauty book wrlttea especially for women by Dr Hartman contains much invaluable advice to ailing women sent free k y addressing The Ioruna Medicine CoColuinbuo Hughes Chill TQrtic 1tt1z1eBe- tterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Anenic TIIGOLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC Uwrilntn uw arelor CIIILIS 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Pictures EACH PACE IS EQUAL TO FOW OKDIURY MAGAZINE PAGES IsiderIt already has 340000 SUbSCribers anti tnls nunnier IS constantly mcrcaawg A Live Agent Wanted In Every Community Most Liberal Terms Subscription Price SiOO a Year Ten Cents a Copy Send Ten Cents for a sample copy and we will send you an elegant i engraving M by 2S Inches in size Landseers famous painting Defiance or Stag at Bay Mention this offer when you write Address WOMANS HOME COMPANION Springfield Ohio itLs Aep 4 I Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 LOS ROil ElL 111 n- rCC=CO = o h =Uv1 = i I until frldaiii by tlit Hartford fat Cojnnrptrattd titiridttHirtfordpiJtiffleimewdclassiiiillrajtttr 2 I have lone 1113 best to understand my duty i State affairs I cant iniIi dorse Mr Taylors I and to vote for f would be to Yerkcsi 44 j the wintcrJ lawlessness P P II r CREED OF TilE COMBINE i The candidate making machine that assembled in Hartford on the 41 bofMarch incorporated into its plat I form the moat vicious and partizan 4principles that were ever embodied in the platform of any political organ l I zation and before the shades of eve had gathered around this ho fcubpocus baud they were enjoining their lieutenants and fieldmen that i there was no politics in it1 that this campaign was to be conducted along nonpolitical lines else there was not a ray of hope for a single member I ofthe combined output and under these instructions the present Democratic canvass has been and is till be madeThat praised and lauded to the stars the men at Frankfort who actuallyrebelled against the verdict ot the people reized the offices which had been denied them bytbe people and drove from the State men who had received the certificate of election and had been legally and constitu I tionally inducted into effice appro priated 100000 to Lllug Taylor an damn the Republican party and rah ed a standing army at an enormous expense 8100000 to guard the man usurping authority as chief executive This hocuspocus com r blue of varied political complexion declared that this form of government was wise conservation and to the peoples interest They further de cared that they indorsed the pardon ing ot a convicted king of the gamblers fraternity and competion was desirable in that vice Alas and alackl these fellows ar theiIa Iin Its quite only thing to do the people of this c aunty are dead hard against tbe contest the robbing of the rightfully cnitul d officials the positions given them by the eover eign voter The fact that Mr liingo who aided in calling the contest 1chairman of tbislItmCe trust and combine should encourage and inspire every Republican to do his full rf duty and teach these men to jand reaped the will of the Republicans beware of the intrigues of this combine that took into its realms a political nondeEcript in preference to a loyal and genuine Demo crat They are for greed and gain and will sever each otbera heads for selfpromotion beware of them a p BILL4atb Combine Candidate Trust that pu out a machinized coteire of officec seekers on the 4thof March S hard was its candidate for Clerl- puehed on hie opposition to the Two t Weeks Pay Bill that this com bine called the auumtd editor to the 1 rescue of the enemy of labor to offer an explandum and enjoin a denial for Mr T J Smith and his conduct in the legislature ot 94 The man who thinks that the miners of thu county are a set of ignoramuses uneducated unlearned and not posted on legislation apertaining to their in terests moet ehamefully deceives him self or else he is inveloped in the gloom of blind ignorance The ruin eri Union makes it a part of its duty 1tourge proper legislation for the or ganized labor and it is never derelict- to duty When measures relating to the miners interest are pending in i legislative hulls tbe organization oJ Mine Workers is represented by its best and ablest men In a labored effort to deceive the laboring men of this county on T J Smiths record the assumed editor revels in the super fluity of untruth and falsehood Under the caption A Word to the La boring Men he says Mr Smith I too well known to tbf labor lag JIthin county to um mgr drfmw from the Manlcri but mainllng tbe IrleudI blp whlcti lunnr ol the miner und their lr1 mlrhuTu iXH wd lor him It In due themtthat It 1iiId once for ull that at no Jjlaw hn T J Nmltli ever Toted agalnit or t OrlOd utijr t oKwkii pay bill or othe- rlnaure In the Intrrmt ol the laboring man It is surprising indeed that men of FOnfo will allow themselves to beguiled into the defense of a man with suchrecord on the Twot i a Weeks Pay Bill as Mr T J Smitht The attumed edVor shuts his eyes likejthe bull dog grasps falsehood it to his bosom and swears by the gods that created him that it is the truth ti During the session of the Kentucky iDleyintroduced ment of laborers in this Stale This bill provided that eight hours should I t constitute a days work and at the tnd of every two weeks the laboring men were to receive their pay in lawful moneyof the country Before this bill could be entered on the house journal for passage a majority of members bad to vote in its theI House Journal for 94 pages 403 45 reads R3 follows Mr DIckson from the Committee on Judiciary to whom tbe same had been recommitted reported II B 83 entitledA to regulate the payment laborers in this State With the expression of opinion that said bill should not pass The question being taken on order- Ing said bill to be read the third time the opinion of the committee to the contrary notnithstaning it was de elded in the negative The yeas and nays being required thereon by Messrs Finley and Mo gan were as follows viz IhThose who vctsd in the affirmative were Bertram B T Birkhead Wm Bowman R A Carpenter as- A Bonyers Mason Cope L J Box J G Breech W P Burry Lafayette Dnnbrr Charles Finley J G Fri r nhhJ W Graham John D Hardin R E Hawes H K Hay N T Hop kins A D James W O Wright Kelley T S Kirk Frank I UnevJlle W H Kyons J H McConnell J W Morgan W C Taylor W S TIngley F F Wallace R P Warren Charles F Weaver W C Webb M E Wheeeler C W White Jonas D WUvnJ4 Thoe who voted in the negative wereE Balnbrtdge W W Biker Thos M Field George W Follts William Krlegar J H L psley WJ tB1e J C W BECKHAM W M Becltotr B F Bennett Hanson Bar ing Keictoa Bight E D Britcoe foal Button A H CrarUon Nerge Clark F M Clement J V Cren shaw C A Denny E M Dickson J W Dinning Hart Gibson H tno oilngdJtmes A Hammon Thos H Hanks W O Head Harvey Helm A T Hobbs O P Hogan Murray H Hub ard R E Johnson J C B royce Joan M Letterle Walter Mat thews S W Mays Joseph P Nuck ols I M Qoigley J F Rennick J N Saunders C L Seatcy 1 T J SMITH 1rII A Spalding J W A D Thompson A C Tompkis S V Trimble S B Vance 51 So said bill was rejected IIritor very pertinently says It was never put upon its passage before the House of which Mr Smith was a member Of course it was not the above vote shows that T J Smith voted to kill the bill before it was pu on Us passage Before a bill is putI ISon its passage recorded in the e Journal the law requires that it bread e THREE times and when the time came for the third Mr jsyo deny it Mr Smith The tutuaied editor presumes to say that Mr Finle was a corporation attorney and that this bill was against the interest of the miners Were this hypothetical dreamer correct in his deductions why should the miners be so highly I in favor of the passage of this bill This flabigaated necessity will de outta nial when he knew he was stabbing Proceedingt o says Afterward bowrrr when tbM Julu rn In tW coat did want a bill paee4 In their In Umt tby emIoyed cooawl nod hid inch a bill a tb y uttprnmrwl hqp and wot It op to the Hepoblkttti uw Wr ot tM lnd lu tare Irom tnl coaDtr Mr JornnKln aith pe latrotbad a mawrit7 and the bill could bye been toIthey now profm no much trtn Mtlp tkl It pnklkan Iepre ntatlre merely lntrodoeedtthe bill but neyer celled It up or to KtVtV It pU KfK This statement is most uncompro mieingly false and pregnant with deception House Journal 1000 page 123 shows that Mr Jarnagin introduced House bill No 64tlAn act IcIb amend an not entitled an act to regu late the pay of laborers in this Com upro read the third time and passed the housepo 053605 inclusive House ed Journal 1000 This bill was referred to the Senate for passage by law where it met its death at the hands of a Democratic Senate see Senate D Journal 1000 1717 From the IN foregoing facts it will readily be seen o oolyintentiooally n c in the case to mislead the voters of I his countybut was knowingly and in B- cntlonnlly endeavoring to injure a Republican officialIContinuing he says While Mr r Hmith was in the legislature ho cast every vote given him on these mat ore in aid of the Union laborers ofa his State Dear reader allow not our prejudice to rule your better th- udgment Does not the recordabove quoted carry satisfactory conviction for with it that the statements ID the Herald of Wednesday aro glaringly otMrto meet him on the stump whichwas declined prove that the language of it the auumcd editor is false mid nih leading Mr Smith kuows that hs against the laboring man s InteretI and is therefore two cowardly to meet his opponent on tho stump hence he has called upon an irresponsible jour ual to defend that which he dares not defend Tho House Journal is a public record and ought to be found in both tbe Circuit Clerks and County Clerks offices but since this matter hRS come up neither office contains oftLls journal but we have secured one from a neighboriug county and if Mr Smith has forgotten what he did in the legislature ho can refresh his memory by Cdlliog at this office and examining more cisely the House Journal of 94- SMOKED L OUT AT LAST- r Under a c ustaut fire of tmtb and clinching argument with facts Jas P Miller is smoked out ot his retreat of no politics in it1 iu an article in NYedntsdays Herald extending through more tban two column Ii U highly gratifying to us to hear from the Judge abd wo now hope to n- Iorm the public as to the countys ex act standing but let it be known in LlOASJant didnot look through smoked glasses either W hit we have raid heretofore is true and Judges labored i lengthy loud reply does not contra diet our argument First he accounts for his 35000 indebtedness by citing to tbe fact that the current expenses for the year 98 had to be paid nod this added to the t 30000 bond issue would make a total of 835000 By the same process of reasoning we could easily prove the countys debt at prtseut including current expeasesto be about 28000 but the current expenses should cut figure in this matter whatever Secondly he fails to explain how it was that the county floated 30000 worth of bonds on the 26ib of DeI cember 1898 aud on the 21st of Jan uary 1899 bought back 15000 of these bonds If this 85000 was not obtained from this surpeifluous bond issue with which this first 5000 bonds were purchased will the Judge kindly explain where be got this amount From these facts it is clear that the real indebtedness was 825 000 which fact the Judge admits to be correct At the clcsa lof business for 1900 accorming to the Commis siooers settlement with the Sheriff settlement book No 2 p 146 the county hadnot a cent in its treasury or sinking fund but a deficit oi 23123 and substantiate this statement we give tbe records viz CCTtI M S Ragland Clerk of the Ohio haveIor 1900 in the Ohio County Clerks Officce Sheriffs settlement Pok No 2 page 46 and I do hereby certUy that said settlement shows a balance due S T Sheriff of Ohio County Jan nary 10 1911 of 131 23 offM S RAGLAND C O C C By U G RAcr ND D C Excluding this 5000 obtained by the sale of the superfluous bonds on y 7000 of the bond issue has been refunded whereas the over on the Judges card leads one to conclude that 24000 has been paid The card on first page over John H Thomas name is a correct statement f the matters at issue In Judget Millers forced publication At the opening ef the bide Mr Iorpbee rrprHwnted Itudoiph Co and held theest beet bid and rcqiHnted that If at any timejfor any Muse IlarrU t Co failed to with an that ci write hie people at once 1toodctof the bond While 1 conducted thU cur rnpondnre In pernon I cotmulted tbe mem ber of the conimlcclon when opportunity offered or I thought It oeowiary The correspondence that effected he sale of the bonds was dictated bya Mr Heavrin County Attorney his stenographer Mr A D Buskill written on bis typewriter on bisletc terheads and signed by J P Miller Mr Miller signed the correspondence ut did not write it as we slated last n week bo tried it once and failedt Had tbe Jud n not been afraid of his record he would have met his opponents n the stump where these questions li could have been thoroughly vcntilats A man that can harmonize this statement SlJCCE THE AUDITION OP TIlE CHICAGO PLATFJIIM BY niB stEIncItArw1890 AND TIlE HKAFFIUMATION tirHATIC IARTY IN KENTUCKY I HAVE FEN AND AM NOW A DEMOCRAT Asee UNDERSTAND TIlE ThINGS NECEESA Y TO CONSTITUTE PAHTY APYILIAa TION ARE FIRST ALLEGIANCE TOW PARTY PLATPOIIM AND SECOND 81ooirr OF PARTY NoMINEES With the following a You will dindRail Road Robed a Bank or thecome I am a Populist still I amYI everything the Populists have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomination orHfice Can harmonize the overon Judgeof Millers card with the record though is fake from beginning to end 1 51MR T J SMITH Democratic tim tnee fr Clinty Curt Clerk while a member of the Kentucky lluiio if KiprcFonia ives in 18lvoied H niiet the Two U ceks ly B IIwtrhiti was intrudiivetl hr the btuefit ot the lumen The House Journal for that year contains a record of his vote A copy ot ibid Journal fur each year is Juruiahed the clerks of the Cuuuty and Circuit Courts and becomes per uinout records of these offices Just now when tire people are iutvrested in Mr Smiths legislative record tire nmurkabc fact exists that a copy ot tiuit Jlurinil cannot be fuiiud inciih erct tlipa iffiits fire ctrks tit thtee courts are Republicans anti could have of course no purpose in secreting these record However copies of this Journal are obtainable elsewhere THE indebeluesa of tbe county which our friend the Judge his heirs arid asiiguspolitically speaking are attributing to Judgo Mortons administration was contracted previous to the adoption of the present Cun ititution in 1890 As a matter of course that was under Democratic rule as Judge Morton was the fint Republican Judge elected in the coun ty It is certainly a pity that this honorable Judge cant get hold of the tiuth somewhere The people ought to have the facts plain and simple Why dont Democratic brethren preach wholesome gospel Echo It wont doTM BEING hard pressed the candidate for Clerk on the combined candidate making trust ticket was forced to call ou our friend AG Denton for one of the biggest in store and by the way it was a whopper This feeble and dilapidated journalist and scribe actually asserts that T J Smith voted for and supported heart ily tbe miners two weeks pay bill When every miner in the county knows it to be a malicious misrepre sentation of tire facts When A Go gets started he closes his eyes and goes for the biggest in stock THAT Democratic U S Senators dabate has been called oil Cantrill said had it not been fur his rulings in court that there would uotbe a Dem ocratic official at Frankfort today therefore the party owed him the Senatorship Wheeler virtually said McKinley was a curse to the Uuited States and for this feeling against the honored dead he ought to be pro moled to the U S Senate We may have a word to say about this laterlIE military commander of the Democratic party has grown derelict to duty he should be courtmartialed convicted and banished from the cau cus room He has laid aside his war materials and assassination which is a most grievous fault and an unpard ouable sin The gods of passion par tizan bias and assassination ought to take him into a court of inquiry und hang him after due process ot law to the south end of the North pole WHILE Judge Miller was offering his apology in A Q BentonV journal Wednesday for misrepresent ing the county financial standing ou the back of his card ho ought to have explained why he indicted every man that voted fur Yerkes as an assassin This is a grievous blunder that the Judge should not have made A ooiD Demociat met an old roos er in his backyard the other day arid iked the old bird to crow once for the success of the combine ticket old ccck refused Ill never say ckadoodle for that combine so elp me diner and the controversy ended TIrE Democratic combine have ben smoked out finally The csruni editor and Judge Miller consumed lot of space in the Herald trying to prove that black is white and the converse But they simply get deeper in the mire NOTWITHSTANDING fact that tire people of the county are advised touching the issues envolved in this campaign J P Miller and the as- mrmed editor presumed to further en ghten Judge why not go ou the TirE minor Democratic candidates are concluding that there is no hope fur them and it is generally under ood that they are retiring irom the campaign Its only a question of me any way n JUDGE MILLER and MrSmith play their cards well in tbe convention Can they do so this fall will they be ble to trap the people as Mr Rowan as trapped by the Judges confession f March 47 JUDOR MILLER you stated in your explandum Wednesday that you d not claim honor for floating the bonds May we ask why you put at false statement on the back of card TilE head of tbe Democratic ticket published a card iu the Hartford erald previous to the convention would be mind explaining the import his fourth of March confession MIt SMITH that hero of 61 with out a rtc rd pleads guilty to the charge Ihat he never smelt hdluni powder save as a impfollower and a straggler Tl at ton bull REIIIDLICANS beware oi the prowling combiuo output that is uowin festing the bunhp Bn on the look out least they sinb you in the back with falsehood THE Republican bo8 liavo been chasing tire officeseckei combine so close since the campaign opened that they rqueclcd Wednrwluy TIE hud ol tho Dcmrcralic ticket is admirably equipped to lead this combine concern since he is all aorta of a fellow WILL tho Judge and his lord Mr T J Smith advise the public wiry they will not meet their opponents on the stump I SEE Thomas respects to Miller on his ficability and that financiil statement in another column DOES tho Judge claim to be the entire Fiscal Court aud County At torney 1 Catarrh Cannot bo Cured With loal applications as they can not reach tbe seat of the disease Catanh is a blood or constitutional disia e and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies ILtUr CaUrth Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls CaUrth Cure Inot a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the but phyiicUns In this couctry fr years and is n regular ptescrlpfoi It is composed ot the best tonics knon fuuhirtd xith tru best blood purifier acting direction tbe mccaus snrfitei The perfrct combination ot the two ingredients i what plO luces such wondettut results in curing catarrh Send for testimon ials tree F J Cheney Co Totdo 0 Sold by druzgitts price 7JC Halls Family Pills are tbe best To Con Coi lpnllon Forever er5GItLOSTIn the neighborhood o Fordsvllle a deed or a tract of land lying in the vicinity of Magiin Ohio county Said deed was wade byj B nnd Miry Cannon to John P Caraioi Finder please return annie to me at Hartford Ky 7tf JI S RAGIAND C O C C When jnu cam ot sleep for cough mr it is hardly necessary that any one should ttlt you that you need II few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy lo allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep potsible It is good Try it For sale by Z Wayne Giiffin Bio u- sa RENDER KY October I Mr Lincoln Pateofthis city visited liiendsat Central City last Sunday Mr J L Rowe and wife are vIsi- ting friends and relatives in Leltch field this week Mr Judson Rowe visited friends and relatives and attended the ball game at Ltitcbfield last Sunday There was quite n nice crowd from Render attended the bill game at Leitcbficld Inst Sunday Mr Charlie Uattet field and family of Clovctpoit are visiting Mr Peter Lauder and wife of this city thin weekMrs Dr H B Inn s of this city is visiting friends and relatives at COSL1PTONDo for a single moment that- ConsUmption will ever strike tyou a sudden I blow It does not come that wayIt creeps Its way along First you think It a little eoldnothing but a II ttle hacking cough then a little loss In weight a harder cough then the fever and the night sweats Better stop the disease creepingBetter today You can do it with AYflrlPIIillr l 111 The pressure on the chest is lifted that feel ing of suffocation is re moved and you are cur ed IOU can stop that little cold with a 25 cent bottle harder coughs will need a 50 cent size if its on the lungs the one dollar size will be most economical i AyersCirerr7IntnuaiogitnowinmyownfniryyortyyeanagoIfee1uzeft MiDrtntmlAoI4re BAD BLOOD EiAD C6HNIXNN The skin It the teat of an almost cud less variety of diseases they are known by various names but are nU due te Ute sam cause arM and other poisons in IM blood that irritate nod luterfere tin proper action of the skin To have a smooth soft skin free from all eruptions the blood must be kept pure anti healthy Tire many preparations arsenic anil potash and the large of face and lotions generally tired in this claw of diseases cover up for n abort time but cannot remove manently the ugly blotches and tire red disfiguring pimples Etornal vlffHanao I tire price of a aoautlful complexionw- hen such remcdie are relied on Mr II T atiobr 1704 Lucas Anoue Bt tool Ma aZhler ti afflicted lor Nil with N701r eruption oa her lace which rrUtfJ all iiulrotnt wit Uku to two nletninl hUh iprtnf but rtctlnd no btne 01 a tJlclnt wet prwertlwJ but mtn- hfdlbtrroMloa oot aaad the ruuUSunhlWededdN boltiti cured her eorlcolr and left hr akin perirctly smooth flOTM seventeen yeses old a sigu ot the etitilng ever returned S S S is a positiCiunfillng cure for the worst It is the of all blood purifier and the only one guaranteed purely vegetable Bad blood makes b complexions ssspurifies and tavigo rates old and makes new rich blood that nourishes the body and keeps the kIn active and healthy and iu proper condition to part carrying off the impurities from body U you have Earma Salt Rheum r orasls or our skin it rough ant pimply send for our book on Blood arid Sltln and write our phJaI- ciani about Our cue No charge whatever for this service SWIFT irCCIFIC COMPANY JUNTA QA REPUBLICAN TICKET for Itrlrutlh-AII N UCXNCTT For CounlJ Jmlxr ION ItOUlKN For CnanlJ Cnnrl Clerk TtN KAeiI4M For County AHoenry 31 IIIMVKIX For Mirrlll eI I K iHir- rnrKrliuol hu rrlntrnilrnl- JIMIH 1EnLa- Elr Jntlrr TIIUMAK II IllAfK Kor AcecorI- IIANIt Mini For rvsynr JOHN II VIMIII toe Inriinrr Itp I ItAVII IZimSTIIATin- KOHIIK IlaIIUortrd Irtnlrlrt IIHO W MMITINCroMwMl Dtolritt JOHN 11I1IIIuIlalburlalflOlltI- I C 11InordIIIltIotrktH- II MAI4ii5ltafurd Dlitrltt W I ItrMiKlt HH Oriitrttown IHtrlft II J VIIXOXlliMkK rt IHiltltl 4Mrt111 JBIIOMR ALInN lUrtferd IltrkJ II IIKH Tromirril lltitrfet T W Wt1lIlIlTM ll her oflflItlIHtrle- Y JI IIRATrllRBronhrHU his AIIKS Mifotil IHtrUt- WM triIANCKIUHI4Vntrrtu UltrlrtI- IBNHY KIIIIINHIIN llurkiKirt PUIrirt =Frankloit at th s xritinK Mr II Ii Harper tf Rendtr went to Ltitchficld last Sunday List night Mr Uotial M Uvtrlyif Render while running tbe erectile Dynamo fctjrtid Is put in the client breaker the fl nir broke through wIth him hutting Uiui very bid Mr nIl crly seems to think tht the bone in one of his lower limbs Is cracked Mr Everly hm many friends here who give him their henitet sympathy and regret this terrible accident Last Sundry there wa II good Interesting lAme ol baseball between Ken ler nnd the elioiR team 01 Leltchfield nut Render deletcd them agaIn ihi score for Render flood 9 fur Ltltcli field 7 This inaHrs three MrHftht heats for Render 1itcher for Ltllclc field Mr Still Hunter wlo Is an up todate pitcher and cant be brat In this communit Struck out by Hunter 8 juiirx and Matheny pitcl ers for Render Mutheiiy pitchnl kreat frail fur 3 Innings rtrucr out by James 3 by Mathe iy 4 total 7 Te Render base ball club can ltuy ton that they rrctivrd good treitmen while in Ltitcbfield and will fuithci say that they are pet ceaWe anti racy to get along with and any tune th 1 the Letchfi ld toys come to Rentlir we wilt use all tiTottf to treat them right and furthermore we do give our special friendship lo Mestra Warren T Stone Still hurter I T and T B Layman JUDSON CamoNoar Dying For three days and nights I ant feied agony untold from an attack ol cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther I clerk of the district court Ccnterville Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried H dozen different medi nines but ell to no purpose I sent lor n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Dianhoea Remedy and three OJCB relieved me entirely I went to sleep find did not awake for eight hours Oa Awakening o few hours ago I felt ro gratified that the first work I do on going to tbe offie Is lo write to the manulictureraol this remedy and viler them my grate rut thl irK and say God bless you rod the pendid medicine yon make This reimdy is or sale by Z Vane Griffin Bio m Fur sprain swellings and lame ous there is nothing no good a ChmbrrWirn Pain D lm Try it rr sale by Z Wayne Griffin k Bfo r T- Thet Economy I Dry Goods Store + + s- sEi I tnko thU inoanii of nnuuunving to tho public that I Ifavo decided to naino my store II ItCol J +F lins old stand tho ECONOMY DRY GOODS E STORK I think this fits tho caso and expresses j tho full meaning of my business intend to niako j it a matter of ECONOMY with everybody tot j tmdo with mo I expect to buy goods with tho idea of ECONOMY in mind and soIl thom at such close profits as to make every purchase a f 4I stloko of ECONOMY with the customer In 4 44 filet ECONOMY will bo tho password hero nil over tho store You will find that to really practice tsl ECONOMY in buying Dry Goods it will ho do 3 4i cidedly to your advantage to trade with 1110 In I ithis connection wish to say that my I t New Fall and Winter Stock 4sf is Now on and comprises the very latest in all tho novelties 1s tIt Dry Goods and Notion line mind tho cost tst is ECONOMY Dress Goods in all tho 1 sl popular shades and qualities with trimming and I every accessory Ladies and Gents Furnish tings of every description and of tho most modern Landscrviceablo designs In filet everything that Zi comes in tho line of Dry Goods and under tho + head of ECONOMY In regard to Millinery I sIi wish to sty that I think I will be able to outdo findf4 3- iI4 I ask is a trial to convince you that j2 t The Economy Dry 4 I E Coods Store cfIi tho jlaco to trade Give us a call and let mo help you save money on your Fall and Winter + purchases Yours for Economy A t Mrs Sara Collins Smith BELOW COSTr I have opciuul upa full lino of Dry Goods and Groceries recently bought at tho assineos salo of Ralph it I lino and 4 goodsIfor cash liolou I quote you a fov bargains Good Calico at 4C per yard Go tel Cra h at 4 pr yard Good Table Lnen at sue Per yard Good Table Llntn White at 300 OutingCohyard Go tel CRlpet Warp at 15 per pound Jens at cse and 180 polrMissesto roo Also a complete line of Collar Ties Hair plnspelia IRibbons and Laces ol every description The stock Is new and complete in every particular Also have a complete line c4 Plain and Fancy Dress Goods lists and Cups Boys sod MensrClothing ALL will be closed out at R bargain CLOTHING Good Suit of Clothes for f6io A pod pair of Pants from t 2 25 GROCURIBS I have e cnupleU line of Groceries to le closed out cheap Remember tho plac01 IL Beans old stand Como and my bargains Respectfully JNO G11 KEOWN Hartford Ky New Livery and feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times Tho most polito attention given customers and the kindest andWAGONSFERTILIZER JTERMSSTRICTLYCASHju SUCCESSOR TO KEOWN TAYLOR EILrtrorc1 O12ttLO37 AW BOOM TO MANKIND P D TABLETS BUCKEYE aUz n gctt2rr1 on a 1I Z aIIuc PILE Ii CUREIA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERFrL PILES WITHOUT PAsCURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES eo CENTS r JAMES FBA1URD Solo Piofrietor 310 Korth iIaq Street SJ ours MOS ipppppppp4prpppp- gj j t 2 iC C Ir E A General Invitation a Al tCome in and lot us hisper the IJ prices in your ears They are so jM 1 It low its impossible to hear them at fore the outside We have a com aJfr Plete line of Fall Wearables that jft J6 are second to none in Ohio county aaWhat ear Showing af a Thlttj eight Inch Venetian a stylish Dress Goods strictly tIC a all wool at 5 c- PHtyfour aInch Broadclifi all the popular shades at 7Sc Fottytwo Inch black Ptbble Cloth all right for Skirts or Coat Snitsat secs Tblrt eight lnch all wco Melrose Cloth all shades a pop P War teller at Bib line ol 6scILadies Kid I Lidles Black Cat Hose I jc equal to a 250 hose Ladles Fleeced Ribbed Vest asc Childrens Ribbed Vests roc and apeaPretty line plain and fancy Outing loc Fancy dark Ginghams 6c tt toe It illPllncyGod Canton Flannel 50 Heavy Brown Damwtlc sc Plaid Shirting Cottons jc t5et and Staple Dry Goods ill 3 aOur Millinery Department aI a weaIs all hustle these days We keep busy from itbe fact that show TUB STOCK we give TUB STYLUS and we make OWE aLOW PRiCE to everybody If you want the LATEST crea lions in headwear visit HEADQUARTERS a f j 4- e a a ala a Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 Illinois Contral RailroadTime Table Kw tiro fIOr4 UkUf Heel lIb DM r 1100 at sees Mnrlti Rnntid wth pred NultrdWar 1oi21dallITaN nwlordsapm No Ml du 74Tp- NItlrrd111pr Xo in di apN aal rtelgata Ho IN dMTMn NcSIM dao ttr p n- Bn VuurriiARit GUNS GUNSS- hotGuns Rifles Target Guns I Ammunition Etc CARSON BROSGrocorymon II artlord Ky arwwe mp ea t1w- In ttm lot ydn na UMF TK N Hot coflee at Singer Office Hot lunch at Singer Office Read the Hartford College ad Extra select Oysters at SngerOf t flea Nicest Candles In tttbe Sing er Office I Mr Martin the Jeweler will repair I byour pistols I Hot buttered Popcora Where At the Singer Office I Hot peanuts ted hot peanuts at the Singer office I Oystets rash oysters served In any style at the Singer Office C R Martin jeweler nod watch 1 z maker oUWIIIIanis drug store Just received new silks and flannels for shirt waists at Carson Gos For fresh oyitaa and fih during I r the Fair call at the Singer Office I Dra OB Heavrln and R McCarty I Orensboro are attending the fair I Mrs Bell Tabor attended the con 1 Terence at Bowling Green last week Eiq Wnl Awtry and son Horse Branch called to see us Wednesday Have received a splendid Itnrcandles for the Pair at the Singer Of fice Mr and Mrs J L Roger Green ville are visiting relatives near Crom I well If ygW want a goal shotgun at a reasonable price go to Griffins drugstore r Dr H A Carson Dentist hum 1ffidcRnex dojr V to Carson v 4toisec I M Mrs Julia Williams Owensboro Is visiting Mr F W Plrtles family near townIDont forget to pay your dues to TUB REPUBLICAN while attending theI lair thlweek For your pocketbooks sake buy your new silk or flannel waists from Carson Co Miss Annie Belle Rowe Grctnvllle is visiting Mrs Henry Fields sad is attending the lair Dr C M Ueavrin and family Owensbora are viiitlng the doctors brother Mr M L Heavrln Say goodbye to your spring suit fall is here to stay fto will hay a splendid snit here CARSON Co Clothes do not make the man but one about 10 suit helps mightily CARSON Co Yon must have queer legs if you tall to find what you want hers In fall trowten CARSON Co Shotguns from the cheapest to the best at Griffins drug store Every bncgnatahteed Call and set them Mr D L Smith Owenstero has beta confined to his room for some tins with typhoid fever He is con valescent however The Ohio County Pair is unusually good this year and today and tomor row promise to be more Interesting and a larger crowd will be In attendance than hu bees for quite a long while Everybody coming tomor lOW You CanL- eadaHerseto water but you cant make him drink You cant make him eat either You can stuff food in to a thin mans stomach but that doesnt make him use it Scotts Emulsion can make him use it How By mak ing him hungry of course Scotts Emulsion makes a thin bodyhungryallovef Thought a thin body was naturally hun gry didnt you Well it isnt A thin body isasieepnot workinggone on a skike It doesnt try to use its food Scotts Emulsion wakes it- upputs It to work again makingnew flesh Thats the way to get Send for free sample SCOTT I1OWNEIChODllolOi4GIpwt St NY to s Mr Jessie Wright and Mil Lau Roach Magan were quitely marrl at tbe home of the bride Mr J I Roach Tuesday evening E W Jacksons Mammoth Pbot0 tent will be at Dundee Oct 21 Pic tures in all sizes as cheap as the cheapest as gold as the best See the stock of new Guns at Gr fins drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid variety of different makes every one guaranteed Orval son of Mr and Mrs T F Crowder Mandn died tbe 5th lost i of dlptberla the remains were Interred rt Mt Pleasant cemetery the 6th Dr E W Ford and Mr J M Mat tingly were In Owensboro Wednesda and Thursday looking after the lute- eat of the Rough River Telephone ond The hunting season is now at ha and if you want a good reliable gun oi any kind call at Griffins drng store A large variety at prices that will make them sell Mrs Sara Collins Smith Invites the attention of the public to The Economy Dry Goods Store at R T Collins old stand Call and see ber goods it will pay you Miss Zana Barnett stenographer for the Owensboro Buggy Co Owen x ro Ky will arrive in town today to visit the family of her uncle Mr Alex Barnett and attend the Pair Mrs Wm Foster Beaver De died Wednesday morning of stomach trouble Interment took place at the Carson graveyard near Beds yesterday morning Mrs Poster was nea seventy years old and a most estitn- ble Christian enjoying a wide circle of friends Ifyou want tho best goods at reasonable prices call on CARSON BROS who now have on hand a full supply of Apples Oranges Bananas Pooches Pears Lettuce Celery Fresh Oysters and in fact everything usual ly kept in a firstclass Grocery Store WEDDING AND JARNAGIN Arouse the Voters of Fordsville With Patriotic Appeals for Party Success EDITOR REPUBLICAN Judge R R Wedding and lion R C Jarnagin made two stirring speeches to a large crowd of voters here Saturday Tbe speaking bad only been announced a few days and many of tbe country people failed to learn of the appoint meat Nevertheless quite a crowd ol enthusiastic citizens greeted the speakersJudge Weddings speech was asp cially interesting and tall of logical reasoning He said It was agreed by all Democrats as well as R pub licans that McKinley policy was the best for the country and yet these fellows ask the people to elect them and change the policy of the government The Judge paid his respect to Judge Miller and his record and when he had concluded his tribute to Miller there was not a greasy spot left- Judge Wedding urged that It was the duty of all Republicans to otand out boldly for the present Republican ticket and be sure to go out and vote early end forever bury the Democrat ic bossesMr speech was interest ing and lull of Republicanism He reviewed the history of the Dem cratic party in Kentucky and the outrageous contest both speeches were well received and Fordsville will do tbe proper thing on the 5th of November Trusting hoping and prn ing that the people all over tbe coon ty may hear Judge Weddings earnest plea for success of tbe entire ticket and the downfall of the decayed d generated Democracy Hurrah for the boys that Ire not afraid to defend their principles ONE OP Tim BOYS Pordvllle Sept 30 Schroeter the Photographer- Here we are at Hartford and will re main until February the tat 192 andwill endeavor to please the public better U possible than we ever have before We are making nit the very latest and uptodate photos tbat ate made at the leading galleries in the large cities and nt prices as reasonable as possible We are making cabinet photos at 1 sorer dozen or MX fur t Kodak photos 60 cents per dtzan and photo buttons 35 cents forth e first one ten cents each for all add j tlonal ones Corns and see our button frames and watch charms lire p are fine and cheaper than ever i xti r Strayed One black and white spotted sow large white spot on back of neck marked crop and split in right c atto and nnderblt in left Information leading to her recovery rewarded SAH T BARNETT Hartford Ky Notice to Farmers To the farmers of Ohio county1 have the best seed cleaner ever I Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dim for 16 50 I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or me at Beaver Dam KyW STHVUNS 9131 September 9 1901 r THOMASf CHASES MILLER TO THE WALL WITH FACTS FIGURESit Knocks Him Out In the First Round Shows the Judge up in Ills True Light Ills Statements False Misleadingr Hartford Ky Oct 3 1901 Sometime ago in order to futthe his interest as n candidate for County Judge my old friend and lellowcltl zen Jas P Miller brought out a purporting to give a financial statement of Ohio county I was acting clerk of the Ohio Fiscal Court at the time the county Jttfads were authorized and sold and wrote all the order of that court in regard to that trans perbapsIcon ditlon of the county then Mr Miller and when I saw his card I was amused at his reckless and profligate disre recordmol the Fiscal Court fend copied from the record the statements on my card I did MrMiller tbe fairness to put his- r statement on my card along with circulationsOur statements difler widely but lor tunately the record from which my statement Is taken is a public one and every voter In Ohio county who entertains any d9ubs about which on of us Is correct In this matter is urged to tome to the County Court Clerks office and consult the record I could not conceive a steer way to treat a political opponent who had made a false and misleading public statement than to put his statement and my cor rection on the same card and give them circulation and let the people who nave access to the record determine from tbe record whose statement is correct Mr Miller devotes two columns of a recent Issue of the Hartford Herald to my card without refuting a single titetuent ol mine or calling uroll the people to examine the record of the Fiscal Court for themselves Mr Miller says I failed to lnfwrm the court how many bonds should have been issued Perhaps I did but I knew the presiding officer of that court WAS slow to take advice of his clerk and in fact of the members ol his court for those who have been connected with that court know that the Judge Is the whole show till he runs up against something solid when he calls upon the County Attorney to help him over But it is easy otf hoods were sold than necessary by calling attention to the fact that twen t3 six days after the bonds were sold bonds to the amount of 5000 were told oft If this amount was not ac lastly paid out of proceeds of the bond tale it was lu sight and bonds to th mount of 25000 only should have been issued MrMiller objects to my adding 1550 lot building iron trestle on levee to the Indebtedness of tbe county Again Mr Miller mis represents This debt while payable out of levy of 1911 was conttacted before the levy of the present year was made and is no more chargable to the revenues of this year then any part of the county bonds which might fall due this year And while on this subject I find by examining the con theothe contract price was only 1300 but when Judge Miller who was appointed a commissioner to receive the work reported and had allowed to the theyextra 1250 went I do not know perhaps the Judge does I care nothing lor Mr Millers brief ee generously capitalizes but willex plain why I went to Judge Miller an told him he should support the Republican ticket I hove always taker an enthusiastic interest in the succew of my party and whenever I found a voter ate seemed undecided about his future political course I have tried to Induce him to join fortunes with tbe Republican patty Mr Millers politics at that time was generally considered an uncertain quantity He bad been elected County Judge as a Populist usitln candidate and the Populist patty had disbanded Mr Miller was an officeholder without a patty and wanted to be reflected I knew that he bad been a loyal Repnb lican and had voted for the negro can dldate Asbury and I insisted that he could regain the fellowship of the Re publicans but tbe Judge decided bis chances were best with the Demo crats dislike to debate these mattes with Mr Miller since be has declined debate them with his opponent Mr Rogers However the truth I BEEN told JNO fl THOMAS CERALYO KY Miss May Wood Yost Ky is vis Ming friends and relatives here CityaOur school is progressing nicely with Mr G W White teachers Rev C W Shugart attended con ference at Bowling Green last week Mr Milton Parks and family spent Tuesday here Mr Marlon Ashby and Miss Carrie Get the Most Out of Your FoodY- ou dont and cant If your stomach la weak A weak stomach does not dl gcst all that la ordinarily taken into k It gets tired easily and what It fails to digest la Among tlio signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of nor vous headache and disagreeable belch ing I have taken Hoods Sarsaparllla at different times Jar stomach troubles and a run down condition of the ajratem and navo been greatly bcncOted by Ita use I would not be without It In my family I am trou weak atom ach auseaandrindHoods Sarinparllla Invaluable Eo 13 HICKUIN WChtsler Pa Hoods Sarsaparilla- and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the digestive system Hill were quietly married last Tues dayMr Welsie Rowe is conducting a singing class here Mr Richard O Bennett oi neat Fridayd zen Mr Marvin Klmbley of the steam er Crescent City spent Sunday here Mrs Bertha Morton Is on the sick list Mr Ed Fogle living across the river died very suddenly the 29th Louis A new remedy for blliousnesa is now on sale at Z Wayne Griffin Broa drug stale It Is called Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack If given as soon as tbe first Indication of the disease appears Price 35 cents per box Sample free r Tax Payers Jfoticel We now need the Stateeand County by you and you will greatly oblige us by paying same at once as we MUST have your tax eSt Respectfully STSTEVENSjSOC L When you have no appetite do not relish your fcod and feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam plea free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store m egWe are agents for Swltta Coa Pine Raw Bone Meal This gosds stands the analysis by Prof W A Scovall of Lexington 1 90 per ton Better than anything else sold Why not buy the best CARSON Co It Happened In a Drug Storo One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a bread of cough medicine that I did not have in stocksays Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist of On tario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough prep station I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recommend andethat she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the conrse of a day or two the lady came back In company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle oi Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recommendation for tbe remedy Tbe remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recommendations oft people who have been cnrged by Its use It is for sale by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m PUBLIC SPEAKING The Republican candidates for the various county offices to bo filled at tho November 1901 election will address atdthe following times places Hartford Monday Oct 7 at r p m Beda Monday Oct 7 at night Belts Run Church Tuesday Oct 8 at night t Oct NarroeaTbursdapOctloetnightTrfeter Fbrdsvllle Saturday Oct 12 a- ttpm Voters of all political par ties arc requested to como out and hear tho questions involv ing tho interests of Ohiocoun ty discussed The Democratic candidates are respectfully invited to attend JNO H TnoMAsChmn S A ANDERSON SECV ASK CATARRH I Druggistfor fry WtIMIAS AGDEIYOlTM Relief at onre It tisanes loothM and heals the dleeowd membrane It Cora catarrh and drive nwnr a rolil In tb EADIprotect thl Uembran IlMton the titattt of I TI IImlI Full size Soc trialdalocitor br mall B4YBRUT11ERaaetrarrenetraLNrYortAStormy The desperate straits of the Demo erotic candidates to defend their lade Hartford CollegeBusiness Institute HARTFORD rcy CefemiC We t iW Jt t COLLEGIATE TEACHERS PREPARATORY COMMER CIAL MUSIC LAW lJ1SdtaS i TUITION PER TERM OF TEN WEEKS8 OO TUITION FOR TWO TERMS IN ADVANCE 1500 BOARD PER WEEK 200 NECESSARY EXPENSE FOR FIVE MONTHS 5501 t t a SECOND TERM BEGINS NOVEMBER 4 1901 CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS BEGIN DECEMBER 20 1901 END DECEMER 30 1901 THIRD TERM BEGINS JANURARY 13 1902 FOURTH TERM BEGINS MARCH 24 1902 B11sirtess DepartrrlerttThis Department is one of tbe strongest of our School It is by far better now than ever before at this season DUhe year Students are constantly entering this work and penning It successfully You may enter at any time and getclasses to suit you We continue the entire year so you need not fear falling to get through on time We would advise every young person to take a business course in some school far by so doing you m ty come In tonck with the business world and meet successfully all tbe demands of the day We give the moat practical work that- can be had and learn onr students to transact business from actual experience Our graduates are thoroughly qual- Ified to bold good positions as bookkeepers or stenographers We aid our students in getting work to suit them There are always positions for the competent Let the students do their part and we will do ours then success will surely follow For Catalogue or further information address tho President Vice President or any member of the Faculty 1ti MORTON Pres 0 M SHULTZ Vice Pres R H HRNKINS Sectj and Treast t11 lST ltiGLCyCL2tit1tG11 Music Teacher Piano and Harmony I Tuition per Term of ten weeks 1000 I ftnslble records is Illustrated by the following Illtempered Interview re ported by Mr Wm Bryant of Render Mr Smith Billy what la that gd dd lie they have been telling on me about voting against thfe1 Two Weeks Pay Bill Mr BryantI dont know only what I have seen In TUB HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Mr SmlthThat is a damned lie sad everything in that paper is a gd dd lie Mr BryantThere was a crowd here the other night to hear that question discussed Mr SmlthBtlllyou know that it was agreed that we were not to stump the county in debate Mr BryantI have not seen tbe Herald but saw the reported agree ment only in the REPUBLICAN and you say that everything in tbat paper is a damned lie Mr SmlthuIn see you at the fair In the afternoon I I t t I A Medicine for Old People I Revi Geo Gay Greenwich KM h put 83 yeas o age sails I am a eiceUtet health for a man rtJunntJnltn t w else will and gins itrtngth and vital ity eYeD to one o my age old loldier writes Mr Coo Watsono1 Newton and I have bees agreatuRererfrom nervousness vertigo have coeatdyrable m aeyJor mtdlelnranddoctors bat with so naiad thawed lima of weak Nemneand Mt Nervine ybum3 d rates Iwo ao Otrr M sanely eciSol my se eeqIIJ Qf would neD myowncMldttntUme Nenlne sad It hcl fromthe List and now Iam perfectly Bold by all Druubta on Quarant Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind EVERYBODY STORE Our buyers have returned from the markets andour enormous stocks of Falland Wintormorchandiso are beginning inspectionto everybody to visit us and tako one look at tho largest and lowestpricedstock of General Merchandise in tho Green River Country Wo wish to call your SPECIAL attention to our SHOESHundreds will testify to the merits of the Shoes wo sell but for tho benefit of those who have not tested their lasting qualities and enjoyed their elegant appearance and good fooling to the wearer we direct this talk Our entire lino ofJShoes are bought direct from first hands There is no mid dlemans profit to pay They are made strictly according to our own orders consequently you get a shoo especially adapted to the wants and needs of tho trade wo say we can give you a bettor shoo for tho same money other as you for them we know positively that wo can do it and mean exactly what wo say Onr mens lino runs in prises as follows k Witco or CoirhToo125W- ide or Coin Too 150 Any stylo a great line 2 225 The Wearers of the age 250 Fashions Latest Production at 3 and 350- I Enamel and Patent Calf 450 I Buells Celebrated Bootees Our sales on this Bootee have increased yearly since its introduction to the trade and we can truthfully say that there is nothing made that is FO comfortable to wear or lasts as long Vido too Calf 4Coin too T3ox Calf Tipped S450 OUR LADIES SHOES Are right up to the minute in stylo Their lasting qualities are much improved Can give you thick or thin soles as III you like at prices that talk StylishKidyouhalfcan see for yourself E P BARNES BRQ Be ver DaD1 3 0 n TIIO Kind You Haro Always Bought nml whfcli Las been In use for over 30 years has bonio the signature of mill has beenmadounder Ills per InfluicytAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of luflmts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA k Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is IMeasant It I contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic 1mu1stumee Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea anti WindI Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates time Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep- l The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend 1 tj GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 7 Scars tho Signature of I 7lThe KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CKNTAUN COMMNV TT MUNHAV tUtET NCW VOMK CItY I i L r l 4 1 r THE =AMERICAN INYESTIVfENT COMPANY Imcorpo rated CAPITAL STOCK S 25XXX 00 RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 c AMOUNT PAID CfOPON HOLDERS 200XKX 00 Address all correspondence SOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY I GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS FIELD c2 SONco = rcnO13 ===O =C TRANSFER LINEtVr== r== A ==A == A= BARTFORD i YA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE I VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED u n 11 BUSI11C lUS l bitolit ly nrfwuiry to the young man orjrounR IB wunmn whi wool win mnnt In life Thin bc4ng eon eded It U ot Unit lmiortam to Kt your training ut the rrbool that utandi In the Tery front rank She gryant B gtralton Easiness College o cv = C c= II imoJtIEE1lliTELIo SIIOIITiIiI Q Vnrn riiwrlctuvil tom hrrn pitch one n rwlalli In blllo fluid nutviKit tlitii nrhoil are prpfrrrrd liy liunlunK IIOUHII VrltfIorn liciiotitiil Imulc radnntCD Innit ittfl nil OTIT the 1nltnl NUtpa It Mlllbo uinllpdlrrc There lire other atioul than ours but none that can oCr oar la tilitlon SB ASTHMA cune FREE I i Asthmalono Holioi and Permanent Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL tvitiTi TOFU NAJII AM AIIIHIESS IIAIMY t CHAINEDi FOR TEN KlrUiKtmtlmonliiliilrom ioiTnpylnitirnm Brings Instant YEARS I There Is nothing like Asthrualen It brings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when nil else Sails The Rev Q F Wells of Villa Ridge HI says Your trial bottle oi Asth malene received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel tot the good derived from It I was a slave chained with putrid sore thiott and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertise ment for the cure ol this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoVen yourselves but resolved to give it n trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ot the Cong Bnai Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an HayFevertroubles whith combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully analj zed we can state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER J9JDGentlemen I write this tettiraonlnl from n sense of duty having tested the wonderful tfftct of your Asthninlpne for tie cure of Asthma My wife has been ffilxttd with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on J30th street New Yok I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmnltne My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very nvm nctctd a radical improvement Alter using one bottle her Asthma bad dlMjpeared and she Is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can comiMrrtly rccotuniend the medicine to all who are tffl cted with this ilUtrcsstrg dueute YJWG respectfully O D PHELPS M D DrTaft Droll Medicine Co Feb 5 191 num11ftuchased your fullciz bottle aol I nut cv r grateful I have family of children and for tlx years was unable to work I am now in the fourI health line am doing bunintsi every day This testimony you can Buch use ofas you see fit Home address 235 Rivington Mreet j S RAPHAEL 67 East 129th St New York CityIE Trial Bottlo Sent Absolutely Froo on Rocolpt of PostalI Donotdelay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS1 MEDICINE CO1 79 East I3jth St N Y City c- I i Sold by DruggistsI S o Jj MARCH THE 4TH 1901 Since the Adoption of the Chi cago Platform in96 I Have Been and am Now a Democrat July 19 1900I am a Populist I am for Everything the Populist Have Advocated I IJcDi1t l rbpose to fei1cc Ones Baulcvarcl Step for iriy- Nrc iiriiitic ri or Office1 TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY 1 have heretofore in response to certain friends of mine made what conceived to bo a clear and explicit statement of my political position Lest there should hO any misapprehension however in the mind of any man on this subject I will add to what I have already stated that since the abop tion of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National Convention in 1896 and the reaffirmation of this Plat form by the Democratic party in Kentucky I have been and am now a Democrat As I understand the things nec essary to constitute party affiliation in this country are first allegiance to party nlatform and second support of party nominees- I had supposed that my political position as here defined was clearly understood by my friends in this county and I trust that there can be no longer any room for misapprehen sion on this subject If nominated for County JiUgo by the Democratic Con vention which meets in Hartford next Moiday I expect tO be nominated as a Democrat and shall ask the nomination- as a Democrat 1 shall submit to the action of that Con vention und cheerfully support its nominees whoever thoy may be on tIll Democratic Platform which that Convention will adopt Very respectfully March 1 1901 1 P MILLER Judge Millers Democracy ii being seriously questioned bymany just now arid well might it be too fur during the 07 campaign ha told va rious Republicans that ho was just as gnoda Republican as anybody and at the same time he was tailing under the Populist fusion banner It is quite true that on the 4th of March last be published tigneJ statement that he was and had been a Democrat since JU had endowed all the platforms and supported all the nominees Guebel included The card speaks for ileell it is quoted above and should have the atten tion of every citizen Below we give a letter in lull which was written in answer to an inquiry last yen u to whether or not he had deeerted the Populist party It is self explanatory 1C1 j1 tQQ- Mu T F CKOWDKK MAXIU KyDeaISil Yours to hand and contents noted I am glad to hear from you I am not surprised at anything that you may hear about me you will likely hear between now find the election that I have stolen a Rail Road robed a bank or raped the Queen of Eng land anything that will discredit mo in the eyes of my friends but let it come I am a Populist Still and will pay no at tention to these slanders I mn very busy taking care of the business the people of Ohio county have placed in my hands and have no time to fool away with those who would slander me i am for everything the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomina tion Or Office lam for r Mr Bryan foPresidcnt because he- wn lOminated by the regular Populist convention on a Populist platfom and if the Democrats and Free Silver Repub licans get on our Platform we cant help it but they cant run us off we got there first I would bo glad to see you and talk this matter over but it would take mo all day to writo you about it I hope you know me and there are oth ers that know me and you will hear even worse things titan have yet been said but I am a Populist I inn trying to do right Jive my respects to 1113 friends if I have any J P MILLER If any man can read these letters and say of a truth I know Judge Miller is a Democrat or that he is a Populist we will take ofl our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would steal a railroad or that he was guilty of having robed a bank or tliat he would ever attempt to rape the Queen ot England The only charge that had been preferred against him at that time was that he had joined his for tunes with the Democratic party He declared himself to be a Demo crat in the convention held at the court house during the early part of July which appointed delegates to time Lexington convention anti we so reported him to the public This was all that was saidof him which seems to have slandered him VlmtI Slander him to call him a Democrat You see what he said it is not our saying its bis own language Ho was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to his mental stomach that it revolted against it and actual y emitted the above letter as a result of the nausea It will puzzle the wisest to harmonize these manuscripts We cant do it Its your gentle reader to have and to hold fix it for yourself A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that ho likes Sour Stomach After I WM Induced la try CA8CA BETH I will neierbe without thorn ID the bouta Mr liver WM In a rerf bid shape and 07 bud ached and I bed itomaca traubla Now iloce Uk lot Cmcarett I tool aDO Mr wife baa alto used them with tWDOflclal ronulti for our stomach Jus Kiixuuxa an Congrew St Bt Louis ito CANDY CATHARTIC TMADIHMH RSOKTIIIIO DoGoodCURE CONSTIPATION 14Ii R7 Cp7 hiU1 ilti I Twb tI MOTOIAC Sold and rnrmnl ed by ill drug gUu to C1JKE Tobacco a DROPSY vegetableBeinedlea manr thousand own eUd hopsisi In tel sly at team iwo4kiro or all Pmptoml rd SrLLWU10I Curo Rheumatism or Catarrh through tho Blood Costs 4 Nothing to Try Would ycu like to gi t lid ol that chronic rheumatism uriotiinsve ca tarrh forevei TLcn tke H boll I Botanic Blood Balm wnlch has cured thnu and of hopslexs cases that hat1 resitted doctors and potent meritcim trrntratnt Brtanic Iltnod Bnlm li P B cures through the Wood hv destroying the potion which catise thi Hwlul cches in t c bHen j int shoulder blades tind back bwoller ulandH hawking spitting had birntli Impaired hinting tIC thus mikltg n pet fret cure botanic IKood Bilm thnjoughly tested lor 3 years Com oedtfpuro boUntc Dvugs Per fectly safe to tike h oM und young Dtupglsts 1 Trial treatment free hy writing Blood hInt Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and tree medi eel advice given until cured Dont give up hope but try B B B which makes the blood pure anti IK hand hiiMfl up the all inn ijin tdM body H R n maktu the b ul ted giving the shin the rich glov of per feet hnilth III We tin j t nd ihit theiVreMil came to his Vnlh Iritu hexit dilute ctustd bDI t Inking Rtickj1 Mour tnin Tei m de by Minion Mtdicine Co 3c Ask your druggbt ru Tennysrn cnuld tike n worthless fhtct of taper write a jo m on it and mike it wutth 15 ooo thats genius Vind rbilt could write a few wo ds o a sheet ol paper and make il worth fSoooooo thatri capital The Unit el Sttes cn tike nn ounce nnd a qitaiter of gold aid stamp upon it an eagle and make it worth zo tints money A mechanic can Uke metr tat worth 5 anti mike It Into watch springs woth 5000 thtt skill A merchant cm take nn article worth 75cand sellit forji as tliat8 bust floss A dichdigger woiku ten hour a day ItnnlIHu several ncnrr ons ol enrth lor 3 thats libor The prii tr can write a chrck fur l000 and it would not be worth a dime lats tough Kx I M kes niMmfalon peif ct henthv blool fiim marcles strong nttvcs Quietens the hr in makes anti cups you well Iteat medicine KicV Mountain Tea 35c Ak your rilUV klt m OASZOnXABemtheitsKIsdYNHaisAlw18aIgtl Blgnatoro 1IJo-t IInrrrlh UIIh iriIubrToutFeTrrx llrtt r than ruloincl and Julitlne CUD tale nn Arxitruir linKrnntfrU try it At limit KUtn Cc nud 5iuOtottii 37IW tt pith ye htbe ratii lb- DrttI5IsCIoIrrLtlIlsiT 13 feuetfle drrtorLt Iln Q iOTOZitstrkUl rSror tTii ltltk OaIbeaurnlw4tS Open our ports freely to what we cannot produce at home and U nothing else That is consistent Republicanism Mr Babcock We shall bear no more ot Protec tion In the future Irom those who used it as a political watchword It has been worn out and cast aside Easton Pa Call A little encouragement goes a go d ways with most anybody alter repeat ed drubbings hut how can the tdltot of any paper forget the awful lewoi I 18931897 especially with Mich i picture belore him as present condi tions adir KiloratoTonr Huweu Will Ciucareta lernerIOcZCThe Hawaiian womans club at Honolnla debated the question It it better to take Rreky Mountain Tea hot or cold Either way it magni fies your pleasure Ask your diug gist m OAS XXtX4Beau theItsKISS Y Ilati Msi i4JgtI Signature 1ot THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltionAt most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Tie Irrkkedlnj aimmlK Ii orrr hut th world ttom an just the sent nil It hi rail otvws To ham thl newn feat an It In promptly Ann Impartially all that son hare to do U to loot la thotolQBiBiol Tbp ThmlraWek Edition 01 the Now York World blsb romw to thetab scriber IM those n ymr The ThrireoWwk World dlllgmne a npab lUher 01 tint new lii given It rirrnlntlon ehe- rrerihe English language U eIuikclaDd yua 6lInt it- The ThriceaWick World rrgnlnr talincrlji lion price U only 100 pir year We oBrr thl DDc aalr l uewtpuiMT nod TIIK Ilicrriiiicjix to cvthrr onuymir for tM prt IolnInCASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the rfSttZZr suJ4uest6j dlI Are you ntrvoto Arc you completely exhausted Do you every month ofthtsewine of Cardui cum Do appreciate what perfect health would ofCarduJIud It Nervous strain lots of sleep menstrualdISOtII meaatnW owlntotroublczome I ThislThere Is nothing like It to help C05boaJyby 1000000 cured women LouisIlLwoman by reason of my use of Win of Cardui and Tticdfords Black DrughtI ddmOTT uePlrtmOI ne CbllDoorra MI4Io Clue CoUiltUnoce on I 130 YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney TrouSIc Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know f the wonderful made Kilmers SwampRoot the treat kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the teenth century covered ader years of LrDrneat kidney and der specialist and Is curinllamebles and Bright s Disease which taVorst form ol kidney trouble Dr Kilmer SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but Iyou have kid ney liver or bladder trovble It found the remedy need II has been letted In so many ways In hospital woik In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successfu In every case that a special arrangement hu been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by also a bock telling more about SwampRoot and to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous oiler In this paper and send your address to Dr KllmerCoBEng hamton N Y The cures nine dis biad will Just you man how regular fifty cent and llonot i uupn ot dollar sizes sold by good druggists GHIGHESTERS ENGUS- HPENNYROJAL PILLS 0IO cO o fGod by Pr be are all 1t 1 uAsio74te sear lwasrlibi IadleDrugrtttet- isiIetiItImta sesuais In III s4- JoisC UIwc WI e1t vfth blue rlttuw- 1sI no other U redairerou ibtS- SAlInflauflI intInlan Sin 1 11tIIIItv rod FnrLelIra Trail iirrrcur msurlasert-o bylntLCHiOK atKn cii Mto L oo SJOO SUn ttruxrr IJIIUl PA- HiU IkU f rr II tTu1rr Irl md VlrToi lilt If T quit toUuco CIM 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