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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f J j Ji- I THEIIARTPJIb REPTJBLiCANt- i n iTk 4 i +1- f Fine Job Worka Spe i IJYI i OFFICIU DaU OF TIE rr Tit 10U2T9 CNICL ln1cr Subscription 1 a years l I r VOL XVI HARTFORD IY FItJDAYI JULY 24 1903 ol ii SlandS AlOne Doctor Pierets Pavorite PrewHptlon nmwrt11apmi or fallinr of the wombsso Ibloo upecific and sure curing three cotnmOD of wotnEn as to war uia cIIe otto vnaIaUes which they caa not effe Tb It a renarbablq i o other medicine cure of wozsans ailment is backed by such a rsiarkab1e gurantee No polIICIIMpertiei that would warrait its makess remcu of currt on which to bale ncba remarkable offer t theYowYourInorimedkinbad tspereace with IL Vor COIlrtua monthi I- 4d constant Iwclaclle setmd too wtak to wetnrrJtblaant physic4aea but tetIved no reUC After yourravonteI did for I need II was Juol what I wanted I keptlcillnkit ncrIkPrv4 I n 4tk eltn a nbetitulj lee U 1 U Ii onlt prolitahdeaby ycrrbackroEage If conatIpstet tue Dr Pierrea P1eas eonUpaUoulllUoule 110 product tJle pill habiL- WoRtha DIVEMRY MXDCAL AsS- OCIATlON Proprietors Buffalo N Y- MEATMALT lg u T eItftlOlTmIcJn Tbt tHe a SIegtb Ia Every Drop A acIc NmbMAHe eI the taJ11I1t1I el PRIMI BEEP and 4 PURE OLDMALT Loelgyfl3c ny Jaewyu GOt WATIt WALT CO totm1le Kr- CialeaaMavini eumlae4yrer Meat md Mlt being thOTOULtdI acuatntcd with t and nods at gnanocture I c- iUthatiIIssekiiniqvitidItOdOnc i ncI tbq tavigocites etIora b pthUy Wnc6do s rvous rnllolall dauus ittrmkd wWdebIUuy YOO1f trill IDKASTENI3flE M D tolIT Colior rtarmacy Mar MALrflO ICt LouMvNIrt nMIfft- IIItf foi S4ii IOU ahd I- fsao M sfofaAatLIMs psita 8TiL We- a Ne lWu 4tO f- TiDMa w h 9 Ad- ou Wri Lusea Ave IT LOUM S M l DAYIESS000TY BINK a TRUST CO- OWENRORO KY Cash Capitol fiOOCO- 1IIhal A4 tl LIbllltr OOO- OUuareII FadIrCutemrlOQGOO- D rc ved Ibjee to Ak Coote- I io4hli o esor check out Au n be do by IDtCrtfS Juot oa UIu oIopueIltIl p PER CENTftrtIPtealtoaNltorboftrpmIi tIlbgtmtmmIIate4- 7caIowtttotsrthrpzlkilelL T L fIlUIOIfPn I I I No is the time to subscribe for The I hartford flepubIicnn iuI I1tlEDQRb b THEORI61NAL LIVER MICINE 1 I ht IAa1loiicomptoxIon dlzzneo1 bllloulnHs and a coated are common Indications of liver 4 andkIdneydiease lf Stowackani bowel os sovero i theyare fglnl inimed ato warning by but liver and troulMi Ie at the start are ThedkrdIS r fitdiadIierandalfeTktt1 neys It stirs up the tolpldliWi It to throw off Ute of fever and ltf aactaln metIft- I el eItq1en Md Ikihtb 4Maiso tit kidneys With r b I1tedlotd Dlael DraghttbqusandiOfporeOnIhavO 14 UlIe n t i low fever Many fillee live In I health have no other1 doctor than Thedlord- sDanhL Dlak It Isaiways On band tar l use to aD6merllnq and eaves evpetiiv6 of a doctor to1ll1IiMSC hlf atI SiickDrsugh- ttorthrceyuil andihava tot hsdtogo- to a doctor since I hivabesitakia it- j It I the belt tIItdtIt for tilt ifllll iT If tha mrktt lee KVIIMI kidney hultkl sitd dylficpia and other- i l8plalMIIlev A O PW as I iMaJif ltpjrb WHAT THEY SAYf About the Nominees of the Louisville Convention JUDGE IPRTT IN L1NE Belknap Expregses Thanks Bradley for the ticket 4 jiJustfce flurbam and Barnett PIease4Stronr Ticket of Representative Repib- licans It Is tot only my duty but my ptaure to upport alt the nominees o this cove ton I never had any d sire to become I candidate Wheii I msde the taotUlcemeat It was In response to the solicitations made by lilY fzIena la varlQua iartsof the State Very coon after I bearne a- tandIdite I could aeetbat wAslibe conrro ted by mel of proiIt la- theJHc1I1 or the pattYt uIthat I would have to make a Iinglebanded fight for the nomination I have con ducted an honorable dignified cam paign treated mpopponenta with abM- llate 1iirneu I recognIze each of- tbese gentlemen a capable lcadr- and worthy of the hlltheteonfide The Uun AUltultu E Wilson 1J- 1l oldline Rrpubllcan nditse1he ablest platform speakers In XeuttlcKY Col Belknap IlIa excellent h a1neai- lEan with some tip IeeInpb1Ica- 11tirs and I am satltte that ke- wquld a gcodGuyernor While I an14pi Irdefa to nfl LytMeids- In 10prellllllr1 campigajij 4 same time I have no feeling or un kindness toward those who opposed me CLIFTON J 1JtATT I desire to theky cicada 1hr8Ihont the StaJar 1e great csTheyed by promLaesnakaaprre byah4 of obligation The beat for the State and piety hal been the slogan We- have a plesdid epportnntty to win the election I shall gotaitkiIp- aigu body and soul MORRIS IBItlOf tlitecoBeI1t1oaI fiat and my nomination was maile over my protest I did not wl1au be a candidate and declared tIe ud again the lest time on the lair of t convention that I did not want the nepeinatlon I was alncefll11I zonk fa1banloyal RepnblTcaiz abonid do Ue sew o SaDLKV The ticket is very strongJopnlar- nnrepre4cntattve ol the beat citizenship ol the Stale A R uzzinii Toe choice or the coavntlta was a wire one Id Cpl lM1taap vJlI make a AIO1g candfdate A bu uealld- whlfitratlon Is needed Thde1Iber- atloes ot the convention were barmo- nlow nn4 good feeling Iievalled Tile candidates sibo did not win will aippoit tIle ticket s C M B4zETT y S Valuibter11m8 SaYJld- Slgh kitktjea o8 zt1iate fL man and cauoe several dl1tuHoftlme and when blood poEon fevelopa- sometmea t sultii1tbcIeas or liWb I lI1berJ PIa Balm anIIptJ lI heat When ipo p3kd to CU I brulsen au4burlll It cauae3 diem tolta quickly and with out maturatIon and elltaany danger ot blood poison roy sale by aU dIUgglatl W- OL4Jo 3 0 U1IpMvt tf tbl1Jld Ysi KHiBN T state SundayScilool olventlon The Thirty eghth DlutCoavea ton of beKcnjuck u d AssocfatfQn meets at Leni paIADgl nit is 19aud 2 An e strong andattractive program ha been arrsnge4 Prof Ild Exeell- of Cblcljtothe great soniper- whose aonere sung a alt over the dpnd oJI ytte most reucnrl kadereraaered in the world will lead the l lcit will be worth the trip to Jaar aad knew hIn Mr W c Piarpe1ef icsgoJ oaeIhe 1beakaownib- eetloved Sutidey School t1ork Ametica wilt be on h1i program lir each gession lie cozoeto zepresent the Iiit rnatlonal Work having recently been chosen till pmcer of that Aseoclatlon lie Is 9n attractive speaker a lovable man1 Ifacouae crAted ChiitIan MrltJary Foster Bryner another Intetnatlonal worker orworldwldeilme wlll iic with u iUI her tirat visit tl Kentucky da treat Is Its store urwoler Be aides these the very finest speakers ofthe tate will be on the prograwz4 Mach ICkool Is entitled to one dele irgate leruchonehundred or fraction i thmoleacb county to ten delegates st large aU ministers being exomclo delegates One ate plus 25 cents f rthe roundi trip has been granted blaH railroads la the State Del gates will be entertained free upon enrollment and the payment of one dollar to the Entertainment Commit tee4 I Cr leiitlala must be secure4torn your Coupty President or Secretary Names should be sent In not later than August Is to the Chairmanof- the Etitertilnment Committee NrO- R hannah Lexington For full information and progrRm address BA Pox Getleal Stcretlf1 Raez9Io- uisvifle Trust Building IiIsvIlIe Ky IG UllDiNGSI For Live Stock at Kentucky State Fair Ownsboro MaKing Great Prep aratlons forthe Big Fall attrac tiotis The preparations now la progress both at the Louisville headquarters sndat Owenbqro lucicate that the State Fair wblcb begins at Owens boo oD Scp mber 2Ut will be th- ebgest event ever attempted south Cf e Ohio river Aside from the long and splende- dlIstt Irre slHCtBeat to which has r9 ten added ike famous Dr Car vet IIId lits show sad also xacci the Pair Will bean Cduentoate lilt per on8 Interested l IalJvaStockAgdculture Ilorticul ture Mining and Household work Contracts have just been let Jar nine cattle barns with a capacity of- Soo cattle five stablea with a capacity 0t SOO I tw bnIldgC wsca- paclty300 3b5f tYO buitding with a capac1to414eo Iwlae one poultry house wIha Optcity III 5cP birds one IIIl Mal exitthU wilch- is a new feature Illb one office build lag Tlt imphitbeatre has a cipa- cttytzooeodia one of the largest in Ute UaketlltateeGrahm vreellul4- Press Maniger YourDruggistwill buy It Back Y91 assume no risk whet youbny- ckvaberlaina Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoea Remedy Your ruggist- will ehnid you mOBey If you are not MUsfied liter using It Iris every where admitted to be the mOlt suc- ceeeful remedy la use for boel complaints and the only one that never nU It II pleasant safe flni5 relic hIe AU druggistsj i m R o1atosif lespect At a meeting at Rough River Lodge No no Knight of Pythlaa ash 1d In Castle flail fIrtfxd ICy July 14th 193 the following resolutions In regard to the death otbe wife of BrotherE I Woodward were nuan Imously adopted Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythlas having iitd with aiceiest conow or the rcentber- eayement ot Bro Ernest WoodWard n the J1nt mety death of hleatl a ble young wife who departed this lIe in Hartlod Ky July 8h 191 la the very dawn of early ded life and whlIezio wOrds can alleviate the aorrooI the youalf husband1 the words9J the poetcot1vera truth we coinmenil to him that his life wiUbe better from Its associ- atioa with the pure young life that hasgone Tbt truth cam born with pier and pill- I rIL tt wbeD I soriowed moot Th bitter toba loved and lost TIIIIII tIII to baloedttIT- BEaEvoa Be It Resolved That we tender Bro Woodward our tend rest sympathy la bin Irteperable loss and la 1h15 hour of sorrow and grief we asaare hIUl our ftaternalloveand re- o1antfeJ him and blllnd commend him tpthe care of Him who doeth si- lththgslI 2that a copy ot these resqlutiollll be iunsebed Bro Woodward and the nme be spread on the records of t- heteIodIZe l AICb RH tJfliitBieran s SOensiI C AI Coin Tile BVartnMeIgino J Jghelghton AIae wrItes One of my customers hda bt4 which was sick and threw zp all food could retain noth- ingon 1tl8omlcb ilehought one bOttle of Whites Cream Veriniiuge- 115dit brought UPrl9 worm from the child Its the bou worm wedl clue hI the orlt1f Whites Cream Vertrittit la also the chlldrens ton Ic Jtitnprovos their digestion and ani JtktJloaoIJoodstren then theIr ztrvonA itykm and r storcstbem to hlt ftlthvlguf an elasticity of- atrltaiatkraLto childhood 250 at 1 II Williams J Jl PLATFORM ON WllleH COL BELKNAP S1ANtiS Denounces Dominant Democrat I Machine Rule and Appeals to Gocl Citizenship to Re Establlsb of Kentucky The platform adopted by WI Re publican State Convention IJ as lot lows = The Republicans 01 KenhtckyIC- O1vcntlot1 asiesiblcd zoakethe fot lug declaratica I I1atWedeclare UT the rIght or every quilifird citizna to a free ballc and a air count and right bf oter8- to asbonest and uderly elected laI every prrcnct thisState e an4tose cure there rights and the restoration of political and legal quality we Pledge ourselves to the nactmcnt if- 5ttch laws il wlll restore absolute electorlat freedo- mrSecondWe denounced thexIio- psptial r mchlae rule T f lnKevt icky which deoyp3eeem letters enterprise exclklaipltal rdiueauoabodies of political dveafare4 to con I trot pnblicsflairs far pdvate sent fit and encourages and protects abu e contempt and bold vlolairoa of law Ve appeal for anlreer public sentiment among all ranks ofcitIzen ship against the continuation or these evil ThirdWe Condemn the reign ci the Democratic party hate an pro acription tollowjug the destruction under Sormsotaw 01 political IIbe- rtyaud fFiallydep1Jre the factt at luthis day of zoichlne ooullitJoa the coniLheStte atelpltae4 to and hIVe becotna tooolten the theater lot the dIspI ifDemocrth paztIea activity and iorthe upholding ot pd- litical wroag and outrage tPoHit1Ve denouneeuaaasIaa UoB ad lawlessness wbether1nr- tlit or kentucky ftl deatiactlve ci- civlUzMtou a 4 all upon i1 ea- Ughtenedlntelllgeace of tkState through its legislative exeClive and judiciAl agencies to emplrernedies to establish order and punish crime within our borden Weespeciatly arraign the present Stite Chief Rzcutive for so exercising the pardoning power as to subserve political and partisan purposes with the certAin effect of encouraging crime by vIrtually rendenng crimi nail of Democratic political faIth fm- mune or punishment FifthWe condemn the present admmlstraton In Kentucky fOr In competency and grave laptoprlety lathe conduct ot public afAir lor prey lug upon Bad misappropriating pub tic motleys laying tribute upon the Irgal pay ofsotdlers enlisted fit the coUntys service for the payment of unnecessary utjtist exoTbltanr and illegal attorneys fees and we now demand such changes la the Jaw as will secure the State against almilar- wringa in the future SlxtbTh prestState admln- Ietratlon be Increased txtatlua or Ute people without trrospoadlar Increase la public benz fit and we eUeve and declare that the sate of taziatlon could bF d tdto lortfive cents aDd tha the eye ue sp TPduced on prelCDpropety veltlpus will be adeq ate or al1vurposes oCcur GO- verntnent econ niically admInistered an4 in ad Jol g pUpIUS tbcrefroin could be accurnulatedln Io u ar to to build aadpy lor a State House suitable for ptrblijiA a and conirne- nsuratewiththe dignity and weilthol the Coaimonwealth SeventhWedeuounce the pte8 Women as Well Men Are Made Miscrab1 by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upoa themild dIs- couraces and lOSCns ambition druggists cent may tell rid chc rfulneiioD disappear whe the kidneys are of ordtseued Kldnc1troobfeWb that It Is uncommon Sot a chili to born afflicted with 4eak kid neys Ifth4iid ucla ales too often II the urine scalds the flesh or U when ilia child reaches an ago when It should babl to control the pwace ti yt af1llted with bedwettlnr depend upon It cue of- the dlfflcuhy Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleaant trouble II duo to a dlseasedoondition or the kidneys and bladder ard not to I habit as supposeWomen men are made mb- crable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect cf- SwainpRoot Is soon realtred It Is sold by In fifty ono dollar Ille1 YoU have a bottle by mal- lfreealso pamphlet out order not Piom ol SwiwpItOoI log all about It Includln man of thq- tholllands of testlmenlal letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dt Kilmet Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention ths paper Dont rnnice any miataka but remember the ntlllC SwampRoot Dr Kllmers Swam Root and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle o e It system of ttainaement of tie- of tbe harltabte ntl 1II1RII12stJlutiou- o I th Staieaj bcin hfo lhhUUlalt and II tproach ttJ ourcivillastion Y condemn the ctkesnesa and Cfurarnht n to tiav btni1 practiced Lnpt1rlulumLstiI ahdlYI Plnlg or iitVii thtttwlI plie in3tItutlotl t3l1c iprtisin rnin- agetbeni by lrhtJlten wardi an bc an1wltlln 1Itd d against inhumaultytthd negig and their condlthla improved by tilt stibititu Hon of trained and capable superin- tendeuta ciii assistants jar th bru t- lIxprIeaCd aiid Iucompdtent tui ploys appotuted to their pticea as a1lttcaL revue IIghthWnappei1jo th united good citizzuahip of the Slates to aid us lie reestablishIn Kentucky a Kentucky Iudiened prorlSslv arid eekng tb bigbet pn perIty Her comm ndlng sllu3Uon bet water s sys her resources and fuLlitiea fr agr- icnItwfuJcturthg wlnlnit and caiwmerC deml dIIe laws fnctJ- rrDitlble and Impartial courts end eoiupetent and reuleu exuttvz otl- ici1t i N1ntThe Republicans now seek tt coperatiou and support or all p1stIaeIvea u enterlagtbscampdgn tore oret the State respect lurlaw the enforcement of law honest and economical government should the people by their votes commit power to them TenthWe congritu a C the peo pIe of the UlIted Stttes and Its new posselllotj upia the uftp1raihled prosperity achieved under nattoua1 Republican polities tbt have main tamed the public honor hatered industry Itimuilltet euterpits txte- nef Arilerlcani corn melee strengthernd- Americtu Inflience atJcJ ennobec cit Izenehip by giving aecuilty to la 0- sad c3ptclalIk and n uIIJltttoeY cry maciwko works astandard oCllv log and an expectation worthy 0- 1AtartHcIflllcatlol nd civic soy e W stand for thee contini uaiiosefxi81sg Republlcafl linac- cIaLeatatifl polici- esieenthWe zpress igheet appreciation of the record that President Iieodore Rooscyrit bat made In COlltJnuJngtkoegu wofkbegUt by WilllantOlfclCtnier and it bhitseU dealing 1VJtJlt e new ptolems that he has bad to lolve la his handling oftbe PhilIppine qutsU ri io his firm management of the Venzaelan crisis la his wiSe ndconrgeouR coUrse with reference to the anthracite coat strike la hid honest ffnts tomure justice td Cuba luhls zeal for the Panama canal In his VlgOl0UII demand for official purity and honesty aud puniah ment ofthe corruptanddlabnrll In his resolute stand against the closing dl Chinese ponts to out trade In the Sticetas achieved by hts practlcahf forts to euftirce thelaw agaillst un lawful cooblcadQ Il arid In the cit- ouragetheuthe lies glvenb the lay lug of a eabte acrbss the 1actficwhich- btinga Us ta closer touch with the Philippines than we were with the Joulsauaa Telr tory or with Cauror- alII when acquired Uebaa shown himself a strong executive as he Is an Ideal citizefl and we heartily and en thusiattically arein favorolhls nom luation for the prcfldencrln 190- 4S lit Memoryof Carrie Leach Beloved wtfeol EIDtbt Woodward who was born on the 29 h of Jniy 1879 andditdoii Tuesday July 8th J9 3 these lines are affectionately rItten I Mrs WoadWdd wks the daughter of Mc end Mrs S 1 toach of Beda at which pIece Ibe lived until her marriage on the sd ot Nuvmber 2912 sInce which time shoe had lived hire nab r q1lt chilotain life and pure Intnce had been recognized as a er by aU those who knew her Tbere ire some lives thdt lift up a wbole people and exalt human nature there arC other natures so rare and l tdrr that like the iodside vlo lit t1i Uplestt e may be hidden and only a holy intenre be revealed lad o the later was the DIJct of these lines To us wbo have bad the great hsp- pneM ci knotting and loving hcr- rithieis II silvays be reveltd be- cansi I she was gocd and womjUlcpd- wIUaw be holy because the wall I a Tont and while It seems cruelI ttatGod shOul take her rom us we toIone tWo to jurity and tetdernesr I She vasa member tf Washington Me1aodltt Eplscapd Church and leaves a hUsband mother ftnher and brother together with num rous relatives whose consolation IohQuld te that Cod has givn her a happier homethan any earthly power or ate- I tlon could provld and tivzt while blr I life oararth was brlgbt and happy It was a fur the i Ihimf I For tJotinLljUt1Oi- lakb j Lyons LauUvoSlIIIlInll1cd rtmedirolI IUCU11tfa1 Wilier ILl cilIumll1CU ldcel OHEMIOAL ANALVSIS Reveals That Pernna is Calcplated to Tone up the System Bestoro the Pnnc- tions and Piocur Healtli- CO SAYS PROF L J MILLER CHEMIST tPro LJ Milk bte rotee of Clicmlitryantl Dli th KIP Ichool 8rYpUlntl Mtch writes rom83Z7 N Clark ttsree t Chlea4 tit aIille 1 Ar several of say friends hero spoken to is er the fiveosb4TatdlIl ebained- throuh this UN of lcruna especially In cases of catarrh I xam11led U moat thuronghy to learti Its contenta 1 found it ncmpozed of extneM ofllerbs and barks of mOlt Talaable me1cIns1- IualtUee combined with otiiczingredicnta delicately balanced oslenlated to tone up the system restore the fuactiona and praeera UelJth 4 Coo Iociisidct Perusa one oIthe most sk1IItu1Iyin4 sckntifkallyprprrtda- ctIcIflcs WkIGN thopublic cam use with safety ftHH PROP L J MlLtER I c j i ItL L OVER 4000 FOR HORSES FalrJFor Horses at ibestate Largest Prize List ever Offer ed at Any State Fair Ltrera of horse t1tah will b sfftnd- ed the opttunIty at OeflthO the week of September 2lit to se the1ri- csthorsealicc ever given nuder the dinectioze1a State Ftjr I The preudufu dt for theKentuccy State Far sovs that tt oo wIll be hung up In prizes for horsestIils year Tne clusslflcuttoiz Is male up rOIU the lists of uptodate horse shows and Incluilu premiums for tight harness horses for breeding piti- roadtiterp ell cartiage horses film Ily horses combiced hurller gilled siddle horeel walk trot end cnter classes hi1i tprs and ponies Also fur French Dna Pcrchrron- Frrnch I1ld German Coach Cleveland Dar Hackney and Amrlca Coacb In the heavy titcision Han4sonie Cups will be ffcred Iltr the bestlady rider beat lady driver genUeluens driving class and for team of high IIC I YIownuroadster stallion any age SIOO for aged roadster mare faoo for roadtt r stallion mare or geldlnJ200 for cotubined atliiUon mare or gelding 10 ml saddle stallion mare or geld lug Catlouge Cola be secured bJ ad dressing Secretary L D S1ioribbtr ROom IS Board of Tude loUisVille GRAHAM VnitrntzD- Press Maiaer I Constipatioll And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion hsIutil miisd h the alf DR CARlSTEDTJS GERMAN liVER POWRM- oe refunded ii lee IU1 cot piuidi- Ib ruIUI hu cuedzousan4a- wb3 SOt OUImachen a rOlftlntftllDct Ioriufcl Ky iai a Ihrlo yean lr ee- conatpitIoustd wlloftPfCT Utd upon to Latlited C Oermaa Urn- owdabicwiosmIt hid dotisircU good II give Ii a Ir ht he btwD t0 let bett at cots TbIocia Dil oil a lack CIt ws supetied to h4 hlmoiU Iredi thI- smotdrudedl bjdlyalmtnLi bow- a well mn and not nit mi neqicks 1 qIttriaI It we ii lb tltu to remit oumont7- TUS WIUCAN UARMACAt ce- BTaaalla ted Bund up the Sytem lion Josoph II lUdgowoy Socretaryt of the American AntlTreat Society wrltes the following letter train tho Grand Central IIotol St Patti Minns4 It Ii with great plcDSuro that I en doses Poruna as t1 nedifnOOC ein cOmpetent- to do all Itclaim I have loveraltlniefi of hpzhlng that cuitso com plotely and at the same time hufitla up the cyitem 4I have reO II number 01JBYI Joseph Iudgeway 1a a i t s friends and always feel that I do theme cgrylcq for lirnow how satisfactory the results InYRlably are I only wish- every family had a hattieitwould save much sicknesS and doctor b11IsJJoep- H Iudgoway Feel Bettor Than for JIn TuIMr James D Taylor Fobert IacL writes 10m at the present time entirely well I can oat anything lover could I took fivo bottles ot lemlt and ffoi yearsIand OR f rfiftccn 1tars1o Zeta reco- mmciFyor medIcifle very highly lot pleasarinand PcrunaYae I Taylor UI JoJ lilT Meal as X Vied too MrJ Wlrttchard Wolf Lake Ind writes Ilmm plcued to say that I hare been 1ri4frhalfwould fill with Sill causing zoo m 1 torJtllbourthanks to your reruna I ann now coin pletely cured and can eat anything 1 want to without any of the dlatressig symptoms I em now enjoy my me1a pro1fartmauPeruse text hu bee one year siaco I curcdandlamallOKyetsolkowi Dyspepelafa a very comUloa phaso summer catArrh A remedy that will cure cataryb of ono location will cuft it- anwbrsPcrnna e8H cMi whet ever IcWcl ThMMM a ppt afld permanent euro for catatrli lOt Ue stomach tho abovOietes testify Lyoudo notdorive poompi and satta factory results from tho nso of Peruna write at once to Dr nartman giving a 11s1ateUl D of year ease and he will be pleased to glvoY08 h1sv1uab ads ylco gratis Address Dr Ilartnsan PreJdeaC of- The lIartmaa SanllriwBColwabult RHEUMATISMttndotlior cured ARGON OIL is tIle renledy its effect is niarc1ous relieving almoat inslirnt1yry At and it you aronot satisfied your money will bo cheer runy refunded 1 OIJ Ask you Druggist 255CArgon Oil Co 136W MainLuViIIKy 4 10000 fob 7 Given AyT-o the r llclS of the LOUISVILLE HERALD and gusiugHow Many Votes Will theN xt Governor Receive 239 Grand Premiums OnlrQm l m 4o one Prcmiuzn l 2iOO house Apd lot one llPPl1umJ G00 Oldsnibi11e ttzl 23G other grand prQmiums the smallcst of which is It 5O gold iiece J1113 ncarestgues wins first pore ium of 400000 Every oldaubscriel who pnys up arrears to rIlE R1- PUBLIUAN find 125 in advance or each now subscriber vIio iS tlutt flhllOtIUt getI th Louisville Weekly Herald and Republican 1Vi3yeitr iud wilt Iu entitled to one guesi for the 1000 mtwjlmo those wio pay 100 in ud- V1CO otithQ Louisville Daily Herald six days lIt a week to six months 11111 tho Republican one year find will bo entitled to three guesses Subscribo and guesoilo it now N SSING BLANK 2a00 t1 Ii NI1n10 1 a- Postoflice State i I Enclosed find to apply onubscption to the J UISTILLE IflRALp aid the RT PUIIT104N I that the wimicr ot the racotlio next Gocrnor will receive a total voto of itfla 01 fl j i 03 1 i All ordi ahlgthd mustbpscut t tlle Uopuhlicau ti ITw 7- E r F y STc1 rp ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTYSIX T Z if fJol tr t Jt1 oJ I i THOUSAND DOLLARS 7 f i Is Cnosiderable Money still this does not Represent by a Good Deal the Enormous Amount of gflsr FARMING IMPLEMENTS BUGGIES SEEDS ETC 1 1 We have Sold and Handled in the Last 6 Months We meantogo toi ii Two Hundred Thousand by January 1 1904r I And for the next Sixty days we will devote our attention largely to BUGGIES AND f FAR Ti GON y For that Time We will Sell for Cash or Cood Notes 2 34 Farm Wagons Complete with gear Brakes 4500 and up LEATHER QUARTER BUGGIES 39OO AND UP t tJ upY iJ 1 v We are now on our third car load of BUGGIES and more coming Give us a look and our line of VEHICLES and prices will do th teat L 2 Yours for More Business I 7 KTTI LEY CiM P SLargest line Shelf and Builders Hardware Ohio County tour StoreIu n n Hartford Republican lusoed by the Ilartfora 1abUebingCompany lXOOBr ltiVID C E HMTJIFdUor rEoEraOTC- DCuc1onlS39nouch mvt 02 FRIDAY JULY 24 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOB UOVIBXOR UorrU n Dtlknap FOB UIGTKIIIKT UoraaaonJ R Wllhiijt rouTmncEicm John A Black You AVUITOB O org W welsh Ton ATTOIWET HCKEUU W M lleckller- JUD BICUETAUY or BTATI J C BjwlBht Foa Nl1La1LTLLDLLTLtdogeton McCartney FOB CoinitBioNiB or Aowcctrw George linker Fov CURE or COURT of ArPEuaJ II New Ivan JOB SUT NLLATonAlvla S Bennett Foa UEIRUKIITATIVK Dr AII Inrk Fua CiBcciT COCKT CLEEKE O Darren To the Public With this issue I assume the editor ship of TUB REPUBLICAN and in accepting thia post of honor and responsibility I realize the importance of the truet with which the Hartford Publishing Company has seen fit to honor me I hope that I shall be able to give to the readers of TUE REPUBLICAN such material as will instruct and interest them most My political principles doctrine and faith shall be Republican because I believe in the principles enunciated by that party While I shall adhere to the principle of the Republican party and continue to uphold those principles through the columns of TUE REPUB LICAN it shall also be my purpose to make THE REPUBLICAN one of the beet local newspapers in this part of the State end I earnestly solicit a continuance of public patronage RoIlltlully I B SMITH KENTUCICIANS have always ml mired ability courage and ruatilmwl in her sons and statesmen The Re publican convention at Louisville has placed before the voters of the Com monwealtha ticket exemplifying these qualities Col Morris B Belknap who heads the ticket is a successful business man who resigned the man agement of a great mercantile house armIy war a salary leas than onefourth what he earned in his buuness and faced the dangers of war and a tropical climate from a sense of duty to his country stronger than the most alluring bus mesa prospects and the yet stronger ties of home and family He is one of the few Kentucky Republicans against whom the voice of slander has not been raised even by the most violent partisans That he is brave manly and honora ble goes without saying and that his training and executive ability would save the State many thousands and put an end to the brutality in our asylums and the lawlessness in our State is conceded by many of his political opponents The Democratic taxpayers realize that with a business man of the Belknap type as Governor the charitable institutions of the State will not be suflered to remain a disgrace to the Commonwealth and a hiding place for Spanish cruelty practiced on the most helpless and pitiful of human kind that with such a Governor there will be no more 871000 fees Calhouned from out the State Treasury because of a Governors boyish attachments The convention at Louisville has passed it up to the voters of Kentucky to say whether or not the State shall have a creditablo Governor or whether the present dynasty shall continue to misgovern WE agree with Col Breckinridge of the Lexington Herald that the managers and present officers of the Democratic party are a little scant of hat width here and there that here and there they adhere to short sighted politics And we would further agree with him had he said so much that narrow hatwidth and shortsighted politics are much in evidence at Frankfort For instance how many milimeters in the circum fereuce of Governor Beckhami head How many milimelera in its contents Grave questions for scientists The person sending in the first correct guess will got a chromo TUB death of Pope Leo has called forth expressions of sympathy and condolence from all Christendom without regard to religion or race Religious tolerance is one of the greatest bletsmga of the present time and the unification of religion is to be hoped from the future The death of the August Pontiff was another proof of Lis goodness and greatness for an evil man or a weak man does not face Eternity with the steady courage and faith of a Leo OUR ideal woman is not the Boston woman who is all head and feet without any other characteristic worthy of note nor the northwest ern woman with Teutonic accent who is like a Mulligal calfbeef to the heels Our ideal woman is a Ken tucky woman of whom even the an gels are jealous WE would be pleased to call the attention of our readers to some parts of the Democratic platform on which Beckham etc stand But it has not been reduced to writing and we are unable to find any Democrat that can tellus one word ofit Wu TINO FANG erelwhile Chinese Poo Bah in America has fallen from grace in his native land and is now only a sort of an assistant secretary in a second rate department Truly a piophet is not without honor save iu his own country A party without a platforn is like a ship without a rudder sure to foun der on some rock of destruction and be swallowed up by the hungry wa ters UNCLE Grover Cleveland has no time to be a candidate for President for he has a continuous job at catch ing fish and rocking the cradle THIS is the season of the year when mountainclimbing Jeruselum ponies get it in the neck RENDER KY Mr and Mrs E L Myers went to Louisville last Saturday Miss Vaden Fentress Is visiting friends and relatives In Central City and Island at this writing Miss Cardia May left Saturday for Lenton Ind her future home Mrs Hallle Cargal and children left last Thurday for Apollo Pa where she will reside for the future as her husband Mr Joe Cargal has charge of an electric plant there Mr and Mrs W J Sloan arrived here last Thursday from Herrin 111 to visit relatives Mrs M H Collins of Hartford was the guest of her sister Mrs Me Dowell Fair of this city last week Ma George Fox returned to his home in Hopkins county last Wed nesdayMrs McDowell Fair visited In Hartford last week Messrs Will Reid and Arthur Bak er of Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday Mr Chas Cargal left Thursday for Apollo Pa where he has accepted a positionMr Jnennlngs left Frleay IllinoisMrs Waltrip of Beaver Dam visited friends here last week Mr George T Tlnsley is on the sick list at this writing Prof V M Moseley and Miss EtW Ball of Kirk were united In the holy bonds of matrimony last Wednesday I They both stand In the highest circles of society and we all wish jot them a long and prosperous life Mr Alba Lara of Central City vis- Ited friends here last Spnday Miss Effie Hughes of Central City is visiting friends here at this writ ingMr J H Brown went to Louisville Sunday on business and returned Wednesday Mr W H Richardson of Louis vllle was here Monday on business Mr and Mrs Chas Stern of Cen tral City were here Sunday Mr J S Spence went to Central City Saturday night and returned I MondayMessrs Will Boone and John Carr went to Nelson Sunday Mr G M Stokes of Lezern was here Sunday- Mr Tom Todd of Louisville was in town Monday Mr W S Vick oi Owensboro was here Monday Miss Nellie Smith of Central City Is visiting relatives here at this writ lagMessrs Cleve Her and Wallace Ri Icy of Hartford were Intbls city SundayJudson Rowe was in Rockport Sun dayMr Ruford Robertson has resigned his position for the C C I Co at McHenry as clerk Mr Otha Ashby has resigned his position as clerk for S J Tfchenof and will move to Livermore Messrs Chester Loney and Verle Bishop went to Central City Sunday Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh thatContaln Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole aystem when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is possiblyderiveCure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mer Dctlngdirectly buyinglIallsgenuine It is taken Internally and JCheneyperbottleHalls Family Pills are the best Women Gamblers Win 12000 The largest gambling place In Houston was put out of buslnesstem porarily by two women recently They appeared at the gambling house at to oclock The place was crowd ed and they made a stir Theybegan operations at the crap tables playing with success They then staked gold pieces of which they seemed to have an unlimited quantity on roulette quitting the game about 400 to the goodThey ended up at faro playing the Hitalt Alter an hours play they had won all the money In sight breaking the bank and causing the proprietor to close down for the night They won in execs of 12000 at faro After putting the bank out of business the woman left the place and were driven to the Grand Central Station were they board a train westbound At the hotel where they stopped they registered as Lavinia Jayne Chicago and Louisa Dulcet San Franclsco bnt the names are believed to be ficti tious At the teachers examination held atFordavllle last Friday and Saturday there were fifteen applicants for certi ficates to teach Six secured first class five secondclass one third class cer tlficates and three failed entirely You can for 190 get the REPUBLICAN one year and the LOUISVILLE DAILY HER ALD six days in a week for six months and have three guesses at the 10000 given away in prizes these two pa pers are actually worth 300 Subscribe now and get them for 110 off and have tlirep chances to get a slice of the 10000 No man or woman In the state will hesitate to speak well ol Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets af ter once trying them They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion For tale by all druggists m SCHROADER SCHOOLHOUSE- July 20 The late rains have done much damage to the farmers in this sectionMiss Minnie Scbroader was badly burned by the explosion of a bucket ol apples that were set on the fire to tookMr Late Wright of near Horton was here Monday on business The picnic given hare last Saturday seemed to be highly appreciated by all presentMr Schroader and wife visit ed relatives here last Sunday Mr John S Wright who has been working in Illinois for tome time will return home the first of next monthMisses Ada and Ida Snell of near Horton were the guests of Mrs C A- Mines last Sunday YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC When you take OroTrt Tasteless drill Tonic be cause the formula U plainly printed ou erer hot tit showing that It U aimply Iron flail Quinine In atastolea farm Mo Caro No 1uj yte J p Liver Pills l Thats whatyou need some thing to cure your lUous I gooddigestion liver pills he cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative Aii- d2iiu I Want moiitirh or bunt r betotuol brownorrlchblaekr Thence II BUCKINGHAMS DYE Whiskers I 1 I wi w P aM- NARROWS KY July srRecent rains have been beneficial to crops although some C destroyed1Bro last Sunday Mr Nattle Boswell who has been ill ol typhoid fever Is convalescent The Methodist church at Narrows will be dedicated the first Sunday in September Dinner will be served on I the ground Everyone Is invited Mesrra Reginald Bennett rind E P Moore attested the quarterly meeting at Patesvllle last Saturday and Sun dayMr CUience Bennett visited Mes rs Canon and Willie Park last Sunday Several from Narrows attended church at Huffs Creek last Sunday afternoonThere will be an ice cream supper given at Narrows next Saturday night for the benefit of the Methodist church at that place Miss Verna Boswell went to visit relatives near Louisville last Friday Health in this community is good at presentMr Shutz oi Select was in town Monday rFor a Irzy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bll ions attacks For sale by all drug gist m 1CASTORIIA Bears the- Signature of Cures Sciatica Rtv W L Riley L L D Oia New York writer Alter tendays of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism under various tieat menU I was Induced to try Ballarda Snow liniment the first application giving my first relief and the ttcond entire relief I can give It urjquall tied recommendation as 50 and too at J II Williams m 4fEP BARNES BRO e 47 bt FAMOUS4i4 HighClassb41 Staver B IIii TIThese Vehicles stand alone in this market as to j Jj quality workmanship and material Wo have been J t7 distributors of Buggies for quite a number of years bf Jj and our experience is certainly worth a great deal tC1 when it comes to selecting the Vehicles that are best WOtC1tradot4= C1 a wo- C1 know that a look from a man who needs a Buggy 2 will result in a sale I t Buggy Harness = f ijf s4 We aro showing an attractive line of this roods at l = very moderate prices Elegant sot of Hames Rndt q Collar Harness at 850 A Singlestrap S n beauty 1000 A Doubled and Stiched Sot with t41 flexible Saddle a corker 1000 and a regular f15 JJ Sot for 1250 g + Buggy Whips and Lap RobesEL 1Vhips from 10c to 76o each Lap Robes from tJ ts1igt4 r btiWand47 Xbs1 C1 pease to this market is much less b1 lK n i ItL t4Qcangtve btd94H wheels Como to Beaver Dam whore you can got EaA i your moneys worth in anything you have to buy 61 C1 baEI J Beaver Dam Kentucky bet 1 e k H i i fiF4Y hhF M4 Ff F4fi 1 1 f M ttf4fi 44 Mt4t li ++ FAIRS CUTPRICES July means to us a time of cutting in all departments Much goods that are just now seasonable must be closed out this month as early in August our fall stock will begin to come in These cut prices mean much to you as what you save on one purchase will help you make another Cut Prices in Wash Goods Scotch Lawns worth5c4c Polka Dot Organdies worth71c6cSheer Fancy Organdies worth1210100Fi- neFigured Dimities worth 15c1210F- aney Vhito Goods worth 160100Bl- ack Lawns worth 15c lOc Cut Prices in Millinery Wo never carry Millinery from ono season to anoth or Wo make tho prices tho people do the rest Fivedollar Mats to closo for 260- Twodollarandalmlf Hats to closo for 160 Twodollar Hats to closo for 125 s Onedulhirand a half Hats to closo for 100 All beautifully and tastefully trimmed Cut Prices in Slippers Iricsmoyors Patent Vici Oxfords regular price 250200Ent-iro lino of Strap Kid Oxfords regu lar price 225 175 Misses White and Black Kid Slippers regular price 160 100 liens Low Cut Oxfords regular price ii 150 f5 T 125 Mons Fine Vici Low Outs rcSulc- ere200JriCO ptfJm f i Besides these special pliesso are offoring big attractions through our entire house Visit us during July and so will convince you that by paying cash we will savo you 25 per cent on all purchases The Bargain Center Is OttlF+fi+4++ t3t+41l4htitftiM+ F+ Some Hot July Pricesy Best F ctory5cBest Calico 5c Good Bleach 5c ions Black Clay Worsted Suits 260 sizes 35 to 42 Youths Clay Worsted Suits 250izes 14 to 19 Boys Suits all wool nicely made 150 Mon s and Youths Pants at very low prices Nice Shoes HamiltonBrown 125 Wo carry a general lino of Clothing Dry Goods ShoosJ Hats Carpets lliittlu band Telescopes Corn around We will save you money Highest market prices paid for Feathers Ginseng and Yellowroot Yours for trade Sam Bach Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 24 W W Wheeler Wilson Mason FruIt Jars at Carson Bros Read Daview Co Bk Tr Co ad Hot and cold lunches at City Res taurant Everything good to eat at City Res tauranti Gross Williams will sell you a Sew- Ing Machine from 5 up See him Ice Cream Soda Water Lemoaade and Coco a at City Restaurant Carson Co have the house the eyods and their prices suit the trade Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Company GROSS WILUAIIS Agti Disease takes no summer vacationIf u need flesh and strength u- sScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send tot lree WIIIpl ChesyuYak4o1 c 00 r o n For all kinds of Sewing Mchlne repairs needles ect call on Gross Wil llama The Hartford Carding machine commence carding on the 15th of July Bring on your wool z Dr J S Coleman who has been quite ill at his home at Beaver Dam is reported to be no better Albert Westerfield and Miss Daia Duke Sunnydale were married In Tennessee one day last week We want your Meat Lard Chick ens Eggs mad in fact anything yo have to sell CAUON Co Mrs B D Oldham Beaver Dam Is quite Ill of typhoid fever She has had the dreaded disease once before Try a Wheeler Wilson NO9 and be convinced GROSS WILLIAMS Agt Ice Cream Ices Phosphates C Cola and Dr Pepper and all kinds of coot drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store Dr D W Ring Osteopath is at W G Hardwlcks Call II needing treatment Consultation and Exam I nation free 4itf IWeare clslng out our 250 silk lity I CARSOK Co Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sageCakea and Crackcr4 just received at City Restaurant A I Nail who Is with the Cumberland In IlliTelephone Company note arrived Tnesday to visit his par ents and friends in Hartford You can not afford to mIss the Opt portunity of having achance to get a slice of the 10000 given away See our proposition in another column Subscribe for TUB REPUBLICAN and The Louisville Weekly Herald and get a guess at a slice of the 10000 given away in prizes Carson Co still have a few bun dIes of remnants Come in and get one or more before they are gone CARSON Co Anyone wanting a good allaround buggy will do well to call oa Barnard Iler Hartford Ky For further Information call at Barnards stable or liars saddle shop 495 Faculty of West Kentucky Semina ry and Terchcrs Training School Beaver Dam for the next scholastic year is as follows MM Fanghend er Pres A P Taylor Vice Pies Mrs A P Taylor Intermediate Dept Miss Dora E Gibson Primary Deptt Wednesday morning Judge and Mrs J S Glenn were called to the bedside of their daughter Miss JessieC who is visiting in Rockport Ind It Is reported that she has scarlet fever and a severe attack of tonsillitis Dr E W Ford the ncI companied themII Remember that we are to have nothing to do with deciding the guessing contest Judge Miller hasI the key to the ballot box that con tains the guesses and he with other disinterested parties who may be named will decide who Is the lucky one alter the candle has burned CARSON CoIMr J M DeWeese Mr and Mrs F L Felix together with their son Master Douglass left Tnesday for the Kentucky Press Association at Lex ington and will on the 25 leave that place for an extended trip through the Northern and Eastern part of the United States and Southern Canada embracing Chicago Niagara Falls Montreal Quebec Lake Muskoka and the White Mountains Mr He bet Mathews accompanied the party as far as Lexington The death of Mr Thos Tayjor last Sunday morning at five minutes past four was quite a surprise to many citizens though it was known by the citizens here that kls sickness was thought to be ItalI Mr Taylors remains were interred at the Milton Taylor burying ground- S inday eve alter an impressive serv ice by the Rev J C Petrie Uncle TommIe as he was familiarly called by his friends was a zealous Chris tiara and TUB REPUBLICAN extends its sympathy to his bereaved wife and relatives I 0 R Tinsley Badly Hurt Lest Monday morning Mr O R Tinsley of Beda was dangerously jaded by a pole used in chaining ties on a wagon which Mr Tinsley was driving at the time The wagon was going down bill when the chain around the ties broke and the pole stuck Mr Tinsley on the head and face inflicting serious wounds Mr Tinsley wra carried to his home and physicians at once summoned but the patient did not regain con tcionsaeM until late Monday evening KTlait account Mr Tlnsley was do lug well considering the gravity of l his Injuries BEDAKY Rev Harnard Caneyvllle preached at the C P Church Sunday Mlsa Blanch Greer spent Monday with Miss MaryParks I Mr W J Parks went to Hartford Tuesday Miss LydIa Ward who has heed visiting friends and relatives in Mc Lean county has returned home Mr V G Stewart and family of the Shlnkle Chapel neighborhood have moved into Mr L B Tlchenors house Mr L Br Tichenor and family Hartford visited Mr W C Ambrose and family Saturday and Sunday Childrens Day exercises will be 1held at the M E Church Sunday TichenotMr Clifton Shown Fordsvllle vis ited his brother Mr Hosea Shown this week Owensboroyand Mrs Ned Shown Missy Olive Carson Georgia Bell and Mr Morgan of Hartford through our town Saturday atteraoa- n en route to Pleasant Ridge to Miss Bells parents Miss Lillie Cantrlll and Mr James Tanner No Creek attended the ping lag at Mt Hermon afternoon NEW BANK At Calhoon Ohio County Boy Gdshieroco CALHOOHC KY July 20 Calhoon is to have a uew bank in the near future The capital stock has already been subscribed Mr JH Miller is to be president and Prof C H EHls is to be the cashier They have rent ed a building from II Clay Beckba who isalso one of the stockholders The name ol the bank will be these Calhoon Deposits bank It will begin about the first of October It will baveacal1ltalstockofrSCO u R PU lICANS HARMON oUsI Louisville Convention Greatest Assem blage That Ever Met In the State for any Party Barnett Owens Yerkes and Bradley for Harmony Personality of tho Strong Ticket Named The good sense the good judgment and the good nature of the Republi cans of Kentucky made themselves known when the splendid body of their representatives met In the Louis ville convention It was the finest political assemblage In point of nnm bersand personnel that has ever met In the State for any party It had upon its face the virile marks of youth courage and energy The young men of the State seem to have come ont to show that their hope and purpose lies in the regeneration of State Government through the hands the the Republican party The keynote of harmony was struck Immediately alter the assemblage The brief address oi Col C MDar forecast the feeling of every Republican present it was a signal of determination of the convention- to nominate a strong and acceptable ticket which it did The strong and masterly opening speech of temporary Chairman Owens which outlined the views and purposes of the party was followed by the electric speech of former Gov Bradley asking for harmony and promising loyalty to of the nominees of the convention It was timely and tel ling Republicans had heard so much of irreconcilable dissensions that they received the pledge of loy alto with an enthusiasm that broke over all bonds The resolution IntrOducedby Gov Bradley indorsing President ROse velt was pasted with a whirlwind 01I accllamation that showed the united temper of Kentucky Republicans The fine speech of the Hon John W Yerkes was along similar lines of har mony and devotion to the purposes 01I the party rather than to the desires of individuals Every speech tended to cement the party more firmly The Republican convention made deep impression upon those who saw It It was a magnificent body 01I representative men one of which the State has every reason to be proud Cot Morris B Belknap nominee fori Governor is a merchant of character and capacity and public spirited citi zen who has been active in all public enterprises He was for years con nected with the Louisville Legion and tbfbeginningWar he entered the army with the Legion first as Lieutenant Colonel but was promoted and at the close oi the War had attained the rank oi Colonel Mr Belknap presents a fine personal appearance and is ad mired by his home people in Louis ville and by vast vast numbers throughout the State regardlea of political affiliation Ibis a strong candidate and together with the retof the ticket will win ic November J B Wlllhoyte of Ashland is known to the politicians of the entire state and has a wide personal act qualntence in the northeastern section He has a considerable reputa tion as a campaigner and Is what Is known as a good fellow John A Black the candidate for treasure lives at Barbourevllle He Is a banker and a man of means a good speaker and an approachable manGeorge W Welsh the candidate for auditor is also a banker and a wealthy man He has never taken any conspicuous part In politics and is not known beyond his section In the state J C Speight the nominee for secretary of state was formerly a Democratic state senator He reps ed to vote for Blackburn for senator when Deboe was elected He sup Demonrpatty He Is a man of considerable ability and has some following among the Democrats in the First district W M Beckner Winchester can- dldate for attorney general was form erly a Democrat and has held nutner1 OUB official positions His position billtparty many years ago and in 18961 he left it and has remained away He is a man eta high order of ability sad is reputed to be very wealthy George Baker candidate for com mission of agriculture labor and sta tistics is a practical miner and very prominent In the Kentucky MIne- Workers union He Is secretary and treasure of the order and lives at Greenville Livingston McCartneythe nominee for Superintendent of Public inrtruc tlon Is from Henderson county H- Is e Superintendent of city schools a Henderson Had formerly been Su perintendent of city schools at kinsvllle for seven years He Is om oi the leading educators ol the State has always been an active Republican J IL Newman candidate for dark of the court of appeals halls from J Monroe county He was a deputy sheriff At eighteen and was elected- co uty attorney at twentyone He Is now In the revenue service under Collector Franks He is a hustler and H good speaker and very popular In the section of the state where he han lived HHHHUHf f HH f H rfPERSONAL MENTION J1 i t Bob Her Rokport was in town Monday PM Allen Centertown was here Monday F M Hoover Buford was here Tuesday R J Daniel Beaver Dura was here MondayAmos Decker Ceralvo was In town Monday W H Morrlp Ceralvo was in town Tuesday Lon Barnard Ceralvo was in town Monday WRoss Centeribwn was here Monday iti Dock Davis Beda Vas in town Tuesday S T Cook Arnold was In town Monday Mk W Barnard Beda was here Monday T Jj Shields Select was here TuesdayBooth Swain Ccntertown was here Monday Ernie Curtis Ceralvo was in town Mo 3iy t I Josh Wilson Frentis was in town Friday Jesse Hudson Beda was in town Saturday S2 M James Select was in town Wednesday Winson Smith Select was in towJI Wednesday f 6 M J Williams Ceralvo was in town Monday R T Taylor Beaver pam was here Monday CC Maddox Rockport was in town Monday RoberJ Nelson Bnford was In the city Tuesday T M Hatcher Centertown wasln town Monday 4 1L L Fulkerson Rockport was In town Tuesday Bud Allen Smallhouse was in Mondays c Lee Warden Centertown was- here Monday Abe Schapero Fordsvllle was in town Tuesday J M Porter Beaver Dam was In town IJQHday Of F E Acker Livermore was in town Monday- R F Stevens McHenry was in town Monday G M Maddox Rockport was in town Tuesday M F Klmbly Ceralvo was in town Monday D B Rhoads Beaver Dam was in town Monday S P Taylor Beaver Dam was in town Monday Alvin Ashby Rockport was in town Tuesday D C Black made us a very pleas ant call Friday J W Simpson Mataczas called to see us Monday Harve Condit Matauzis was in town Saturday lEsq T A Evans1 Fordsvllle was in town Friday Judge E P Rogers McHenry was in town Mondy- CharlesUrown Centertown was in the city Monday James Bennett Smallhous was In town Wednesday Rev Dr Bennet Utica was in town Wednesday v Rosco Williams Ceralvo was in the city Tuesday iDr C W belle Olaton visited in Hartford Sunday Esq W A Rone Centertown was In the city Monday Dr W M Warden Centertown waaJn town Monday I Miss Harbison Sfaelbyville rvlsUed in Hartford last week Chester Llndley Point Pleasant was IB town Saturday P I Jenny Matanzas called to see us while in Town Monday- C P Morris Ceralvo called to see us while in town Monday r Misses Ira andStella Milts Beda caliedat the office Saturday JT Davis Sulpliut Springs calk- ed to see us while in tows Saturday JB Maddox Point Pleasant call fed to see us while in town Monday- H D Hays Louisville visited at M L1 Heavrina Sunday and Monday Mrs Emma Fjilkerson Ceralvo MondaysRev D J K Maddox Rockport iladto see us white in town Mono day Mrs Eliza Gate1 Sulphur Springs made us a pleasant call while in town Monday Henry Shaver Beaver Dam mat- t us a very pleasant call while in town tSaturday teo Louisville Wednesday after spending several days with us Mr and Mrs Thomas Petrie after a two weeks visit tri Hartlord re turned Frdtf to ther home atBrazll IndCol and Mrs I S R Wedding vIs- It last Sunday their sister Mrs R A Ilnrrrison who Ives near Sulphur Springs dipt J W Johnson of Shelby daughterMrethe first oi the week Mrs Thomas Mullen of Paducah and her sister Mrs P JonesCeralvo visited their father Mr R1 Her here the first of the week J J McHenry wife and son ol Louisville arrived Saturday to be the guests of Mrs Jennie T McHenry and other relatives and friends for several days Miss Jessie Henvrln Louisville and Mrs DrC W Heavrln Owens boro arrived Saturday to be the guests ol Mr and Mrs M L Heavrln for several days Miss Louise Macy of Lexington who has been the guest of Mrs Dr A F Stanley for several days too gethes with Mrs Stanley left Tues Hopklnsvl1teS A Anderson wife and daughter and Mrs John G Keownlelt yesterday for Dawson Mr Auder son will retnrn today but Mrs An derson anddanghter and Mrs Keown will remain several days Charlie Griffin arrived in Hartford Wednesday to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Griffin Charlie has been away about two and a hall years He went first to Crowley La but his business as electrician has taken him to several parts of the Sunny South He will remain with us abort two we- eksPeculiar To ItselfIn what it is pud what itdOC lathing the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of oil humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole system is true only of Hood SarsaparillaNo other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost TWM troubled with tcrofuU and came peer losing my eretigbL Pot four months I could not wee to do anything After taking two botUea of Uoodt Seraullla I could tee walknd when I tattoo eight heroes I could see AI well a eyer Sows A Hiiaa TON Withers N C Hoods Saraaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise Real Estate DO you WANT A FARM I have some land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargaip 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good Condition Good building fcc Ono dwelling house and storehouse in Prentis for 500 011 good location and a good BargainIf want to buy or soil see mo S AT Anderson Dealer in Real Estate IIAUTFOKD KY BRIEF NOTES The I kid of California lemons and oranges fur the anson ol 19034 is cs tlmated at 35000 carloads the bl f gest crop on record The United States gunboat Callao is chasing a band of Chinese pIrates who captured aimember of the Callnos clew and held him for ranson Two masked men robbed a party of Indiana fishermen ol about 200 In- money and several watches and other articles at a camp near Rochester jKY total gold production oi the world from the discovery of America by Columbus to the year 1900 is according to the report of the United I States Mint in round numbers 9811000000 Pure gold of this value would weigh about 15272 tons and and occupy a space equal to 27039 cubic feet Graplcally this amount could be represented by a solid circa lar tower of gold 20 feet In diameter and 86 feet high The total yearly worldptoductlon of gold since J9x would increase the height of such tower about 3 feet each year In a general fight in front of al schoolhouse in Breathitt county Mack Howard White and Jim Barrett col ored were wounded and fames Vires a schoolboy was struck by a stray bullett while clttlng at his desk A detail of militiamen crested the participants In the fight and those who were not too seriously wounded were lodged in jail at Jackson The trouble originated over a game ol cards The civil authorities made no attempt to arrest the two who were engaged in the shooting The special grand jary at Jackson lest Tuesday retnrned an indictment against Gardner Plumtner charging him with attempting to bribe B J Ewen to leave the country or swear falsely in the Jelt White case Indictments also were returned against Joe Crawford and Ed Tharp charging them with burning Ewens hotel An effort was made to implicate dge Hargla and sheriff Callabam in the bribery case but the evidence against them was not sufficient in the judg meat of the jurors to justify an indict ment The grand jury probably will complete its investigation on Thurs day A small home in Jackson was destroyed by fireMonday night but it has not been established that the blaze was not of incendiary origin Sixteen lizards hat1sedln the pock et of Mr Charles Collett of the Brls towineighborhood while he was are ranging to play a joke and furnish the members of his family with Im portant Information concernlngllzard ology says the Bowling Green Times Journal While working in his to bacco patch Mr Collett struck a lizard nest There were sixteen eggs and he placed then in his trousers intend ing to show them to the women folks and children at home When he went to supper he forgot all about the eggs and being fatigued from a bard days work retired earl The eggs remained In hiStiou6er pockets and that night every one of them hatched When Mr Caliett put on his panU next morning end put his hand in his pocket there was something doing and it was done quickly IvI Notice Oa Friday July 31 193 I will hold a competitive examination a- Hartfordfor t the pdtpose of selecting beneficiaries to the A DL College at Lexington The appointment to I both the normal and collegiate departments will be made on above I date J M DnWEnsu S C S I Hair PallsI I ell tried Ayers Hair Vigor to I I Onehalf IllIAyers Hair Vigor Is certainly the most eco nomical preparation of its kind on the market A wayItit to stop falling of the hair make the hair grow grayhair yousendrothonameotyourJ U AYKll CO LoWCIJ1due n 5000 il lf mimr GIVEN AWAY Ifyou want to bo the lucky person buy your goods from us from now until the end of tho year and cta guQss at tho length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess tho exact number of hours or the onb guessing the nearest to the ox act number of hours the can dlo will burn gets tho Furniture Each dollar spent gots One Dollars worth of gpods and a guess It costs you nothing to guess and you maybe the lucky party T This is open to all cash customers Como to seo us and g6t more for your money than you are offered elsewhere CARSON CO4 HARTFORD KY Notice All parties indebted to tht firm of R B Childs Sons Roalae Ky are requested to see me and settl- esJeelther by payment of cash or secured note at once and save trouble and cost I have only a limited time In which to settle up this business and It is necessary that you attend to It at once Very truly- R L BOYD DS Horse Branch Ky At One HaV the Co- stLido Coffee tW HltW trqigth and socalledDulk coffee at the same price Is not to be com pawithLiealnqualityw hi ft air tight sealed package Y SPECIAL JULV SALES AT tThe Economy Dry Goods Store tHARTFOHD KENTUCKY Wo are going to make special prices during these two months If you need 2 anything in tho Dry Goods lino it will pay you to look at our goods Our lines tof toncent Lawns aro Sheer beautiful 1d absolutely fast colors Dont fail rto seo these and also our Linen Batists soft Persian Mulls sheer White Organ T dies Paris Muslins Etc Woolen Dress Goodsa nico lino of brilliant lustres black and tart Voiles Everything in uptodate Dress Goods i Our Utiderweiar L me frsbrim full Ladoics Taped Lowiieck Vests 6c Splendid values at lOCoNico ii Lilo Vests 15c 20c 25c and SIlk Vests 75c and 100 rt- P Lace Stripe Hosiery for Ladies Misses and Children Also a complete assort A 1 mbnt of Gents Underwear Dont fail to look through this department whoirin tneed of for yourself your children or your husband thoesatid Slippers 0 tP Everything now uptodate you will find right hero A full line of A E Slippers for and Misses Groat values in Mens Shoes both high and low y cut fail ti see thorn When it comes to Shoes wo are right lIat homo This lino is a specialty with us Weve got THE stock and all the different lasts 44 and sizes And the prices are much below the values Latest MillirteryS This Do tartmont we keep fresh and full until the first of August receiving now Aeii full lino of Misses and Childrons lIntsprices from SOc up rimmed Hats r+ from 50e up Dont Fail to visit tho Economy Store for Millinery bargains Tho public credits us with being the leaders in this lineH THE ECO3STO3VIY STORE f Hartford Republican FRIDIW JULY 24 PROGRAM OHIO COUtTY INSTITUTE To be Held in Hartford 4th gust 24 25 26 27 and 28 1903 9OOj Opening ExercisesRev B W Coakley Orgau1zton Enroll vieut Address by Instrnctor SOON J 30 The Pupl1J Early Influences O M Shultz 2 Later Influences that determine his destiny Panghner 2 TeacherJ Necessary Ttalhg PaperFannele Render 2 Personal habltsM D Maddox Recess 2403 Personal appearance In the school room PaperLouanna Ford 4 Executive abUltyWm Park Spelling r CGmparfttve value of old and new methodsBirch ShIelds General discussion 2 Best mtlhod of teaching PapexBelle Shown 3 Spelling Bee A A Brown Ar thnrn Brown DiacritIcal Marks U B Taylor G W Chapman Gene Ml Dlseusalou 8oo p m Social Session TUESDAY MORINO Devotional ExercisesRev if C Petrie 830 In answering roll call eadh teacher will state In one sentence his reasonS for teaching ReadingI Primary lessons Dora Gibson 3 Methods of assigning lesions S W Crowe 3 Supplemen tary rradlng O M Shultz 4 Method Of Conducting recltatloti L1- Sandelur fit Recess- S Study ol tbe Old Oaken Duck et by Institute conducted b1 Instructor 6 Use of County Library W SlIUt 7 Appropriate lltera ture for teacherS A P Taylor 8 Necessity for the early formatIon of the xeadlng habit U W Patterson Noon TUSDAV AFTERNOON I 3s Arithmetic J To what extent should Arithmetic be taught If at all In first and second gradesPper- MabellIubbard 2 Comparative val ue of mental Arfthmetlc F Leonard Sandefur 3 Business Methods Jesse Rock Clarence Allen 4 Practical illustration of rules of Mensuration John lI Wood General discussion led by Instructor Recess 300j GrammarIOn what grades should language lessons be intioduc- ad Dora Gibson z Pilinary Gram mar Mary Bennett 3 Should one text be followed In teachhlg advanced Grammar Marvin Black General dlscustionTUESnEV EVENING 8oo LectureGea W Chapman WEDNESDAY NO1t1UG- 83o Devotional Exercls sJudge J P MIller Physiology and HygIenei Hygiene Necessity of early ttroduct- ion Robt H Miller 2 Should teachers use tobacco Oiti Shultz W R Cnrson 4 PpysI 1 Culture In the common schools How best taught V M Moseley 4 Cleanl- inessandjeuera tieltk son8 O M Shuttz RcesS 1030 6 Physiology Value of J A Sanbbach 7 PracIca1experi snents I A Duff S Disease Germs Dr D n Godsey 9 Health 01- tCAchtrntld pupils U W Patterson General discussion Noon WEDNEsDIY AITJtRNOON I3O Composition and Rhetorit- I Beginning Composition n H Davis a Letter writing Paper Mile Pielden 3 Should Composition be taught Incidentally or should it have a place on the program Mrs A P Taylor Figures of speech Geo W Chapman Recess 3oo Penmanship How be s t tauglat to beginners Mrs Mary Hot loway What hour Is best for proc lice S P McKenney 3 What system do you prefer Everet Smith 4 Is the tendency towards vertical or slant writing John W Odell Gen eral discussion by Charlie ltloselerW- JtDNRSDAV EVENING Programme to be supplied TllVRSDAV UOIU4IN- G83o Devotional exercises O M Shultz Roll call to be answered by quotation from an lAinerican author Nature lStudy I The JEstheUc side Dora Gibson z ItS utility O M Shultz 3 Suggestions Icr arpus lag Interest In the study of Nature In the common schools T 5 Morton General dlscuslo led hy Instructor Recess rO30 What place has Literature In the COnln1f1ll schnlM William Park Should teachers felt fiction WmMc- Candless and Millie H Tutmtall General dlllCulitilun led by H W Psi terson Value IIf fled rxrrcIc hw conducted Ftlnder NinT- JIURSDAV APTEkNOON- I 30 HistoryValue of Biography Paper Mayme Shown Discussion William S Taylor 2 Wblch should be taught first history of a nation or State Lucian J French Eugene Kimmel 3 Relation of American to general History A P Taylor 4 A knowledge of history requisite to good citizenship Ozua Shultz 5 Hero Warship Recess 300 Relation of travel to the study olGeography and History O MI Shultl How to teach current histo fi ry General discussion led by In atructorT- UtJRSDAV VJtAINO Commencement exercIses of Common School Graduates FRIDAY UORNrNL3 Devotional exerclsesGeorge W ChapmanAs review of the weeks work each teacher will answer roll call by stating some ay In which he lies been benefited by the Institute Proper way oj securing a school Paper Lou Hoover Discussion Clias Crowder Professional courte ales H C Crowdtr Discussion J- E Davidson Recess Io30 Discussion of District Organization and Reading Circle Work Noon YIDM AV2RNOO- Nzo Trizeea JIour GeneraI4Ls- cuseton oftuatee dutIes by trust bIJ J8 enn audDthtrIbut1onp uleto port of CossrnLttee IisseIIeofli Business Adjournment J M DRWEESn SO C p Vory Remarkable Curo of Dlarrhooa About six years ago for the first time In WI life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas I got temporary relief but it came back again and again and for six long years I have suffered snore misery and agony than I can tell It was worse than death My husband spent hun dreds of dollars for physicians prescriptions and treatment without avail Finally we moved to Bosqud county our present home and one day I happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been cured by It The case was so similar to my own that I concluded to try the reme ky The result was wonderful I could hardly realIZe that I was well again or believe It could be so after having suffered so Tong but that one bottle of medicine costing but a Jew cents cured me For sale by all druggists m r RopUlslvo Features Blackheads pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common among women especially girls ata certain age destroying beauty disfiguring and making repulsive features which would othe wise earattractlve and refined In dlcate that the liver Is out of order An occasional dose of Herblnc will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy cam plexlop Soc atj II WIlliams W FRiEDAtAND KY July ISFarmers are about through threshing wheat and plowing corn Crops are looking well Mr W S Sandbach attended the Grayson county Teachers Institute last week Miss Blanch St Clair of this place Is In Hartford taking music Dr J A Sandbach attended the picnic at Whiteavilie Saturday and reports showers and a pleasant time Singing at Cane Run Is progressing nicely under the leadership of Prof G J Christian Rev J H Eznbry filled his regular appointment at ShUo last Sunday DrJ A Sandbach 1 visiting Mrs Geary ntCaneyvlUe this week Quite number of our young peo pIe attended the Rosine picnic and ball the 11 lnst Mr W B White Ind fni1ly of Olatou visited uncle Mr Chancy Christian of this place last Saturday and Sunday School began at White Oak last Monday with Miss Lou Hoover teacher Messrs lames and Robert Ford of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives at this place this week II Choler Ibfanturn This has tong been regarded as one of the most dangerous and fatal dla eases to which Infants are subject It can be cvred liowever when properly treated that Is necessary Is to give Chamberlains Colrc Cholera and Dlarftoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure Is certain For sale by aU drug gists m In Memory Of Mrs Rachel Ewe who was called from this world of sorrow and trouble on the 19th day of June to dwell with the angels above She had been slckonejeut and wuconf- ined to her bed six months Her death was caused by a complIcation of diseases and old age Shewas seven tythree years old and was orn In Olucow Scotland In 1830 She had been InAplcriu for ftfty years and shortly sftCr her arrvslt thIs coun try she Joined t the fprClbyterlan church of which she waa a member 50 years and always lIved a true and devoted christian tile She was gentle and kind to everybody and was always delighted to have her grand children wIth her and It always pleased her to hve young people to cU to see her She was The mother- of eleven children of wblcti lxolI- ht1II ale living three gli sandthrcC bys Os of her sons she has not stehlllr sixtin years who Is In the Wellt she ha flItyone grandchild Yen and nIneteen grcatgrandchUdren and II Inrgeclrcle ofniends and ida tlves to uontn her loss Rev J C CarptnLr oCRockport her pastor heM fuuAl services In the Preby- terlan Church at Mdflenry alter which her remains were entered In the Render cernetary to await the comelng oC the judgemel1t when she expect to see aU of her sorrowing friends and relatives presentIIIIII DEDTH IN THE CHAIR Knapp The Woman Murder er Must Pay Extreme Penalty illS FRIGHTFUL RECORD Hamilton 0 July i8Alfred A Knapp was convicted olmurder In the first degree for the murder or his wife Hannah by n jury In Judge Beldins court here The verdlctJwasreported at 73o the Jury having been out since 5 oclock yesterday To the surprise of every body there was no recommendation for mercy and the fwous crimInal rnnstgo to the death chair Thejury stood ten for convlcUoli without mercy gdd two for conviction with mercy being unanimous Lu their verdict of guilty Repeated ballots were taken and shortly after 7 oclk It wasP found that an agree meat had been reached Knapp was brought Into court there were but few spectators present and no excite merit Knapp took his seat quietly and did not appear alarmed When the verdict was returned he did not show any sign of emotion or make any comment Knapp was taken back to the jaunt once andSberif- fBisdortwillallw no ontsldera to see him The result of the tnlaTl Is accepted with great sit facUoit by the public l HIS CRIME On P brirary co Knapp conesedin 9nJuneman ru lumber yard InClnclti- OnA guatl18 t killed 4jIk- er on Walnut Street q cictnntiO- aAngust 71894 I killeduiy wife Jeanle Xttapp under the canal bticie tLiberty street and threw bet In tf- tCnai In CincInnati UI Julr I5l I killed Ida Gephardt iu md On December 2932 Ikliled my will Hannah Knapp In Hamilton and threw her body Into the zfver out by Llrsdenwald This Is te ruth The Perfect Liv rModicino Mrs rI AjoUey Noble O T- wrtte9 I have used lIerblPl for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend as the most perfect liver medicine Bnt the IreatcsrbloOl1 purifier It IS a meiit and accolBpUsbe aU that Canjsotfindthe liver is In perfect order for one of absofptlonHerblvels a most efficient liver regulator 5oc at J II Williams m WILD REPORT Tells of Plot to Lyucti Jett and White Jackson Ky July i6Charl s J Little special bailiff for the liars ison Circuit Court Js busy serving summons on witnesses to appear before Judge J J Osbore at Cynthiana to testify Iq the case of the Common wealth aainst Curtis jett and Tom White charged with theassasshsOtion- ofJ B Marcum There are about fifty wUn aeJi to side A large lumber Dr new wit nesses are to be summoned It tieing the Intention of the defense to trsand prove that IL J Ewen who testified that he saw Jett fire the second hot cannot be blteved Attorney i P French has been to Cynthlana con suiting with local attorneys there about the Jury It baa come t01he- Hargllies here that If the jury In Hat neon county Is hung by on mRn as It was here the b1an wilt belyncbed The report says there basecIFtorg- aulzatl n going OI vtr theSt4te by which people ate grelng to t to Cyssthlana and bang the welt I case justice Is miscarried Judge Ilargis refuses to believe the report and says he will continue his effort to eave Jett and White from the gallows It was reported here today that one pl the men had madea lull conteaat n to the Jailer of Payette countY but judge Hargis Is Informed that thIS 11s not true xbu41i Chot srtd TIio Kim You IIiw Always Bought and Isrs been n I j in ISO for over 30 years has borno tho sigmutiiro of atAll Counterfeits Imitations nm1 Justnsgol uro bri- Exierlmncnts that trifle with nndeiidairger health of lnfunts and OhUllrenExpcrlcnco ngniullt E lcrlll1ontI What is CASTORIAnst- oria hi n lrntmlcss substitute for Castor on gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is llcasnut lb contains neither Opium ntorphlno nor NnxcoLio substance Its ago gttruiiuteC It destroys Vormufl and allays EcvorIsbaess IPcures Dlarrhron and Wind Colic relieves Tc curos Constipation- zinti Flatulency assiniilatos tho regulates and Dowels giiiIg healthy and natural sleep Tlio CItlldrcns lnuac albo 1IothclI FricirU GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS soars th or Kind You Have Always BoUght I In Use FrQver 30 YearS el Icwua SOWPNT TaIlT 1w VO aa enY nrUDD Hughes Chill Tonic CPALATADLE- Bttttftblft C irmI aid Qainine tobismnm aunt THE OLD RgUAULE EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As as a Sure Cure for and Fevers Malarial PevenSwsmp Futts and Bilious lrevers Just what you need this season IT IyR IttS Mild LaxatIveNerveus Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE it Dont take any Sutstittlct All Druggists SOc Bottles SUCCESSWORTH KNOWINCI Fort 3ar aalathe South proJ1- IusheTonIcagieatrerne4 for t loll alld all Millarial Fenra n TO CURE A COLD ONE DAY Takr rasaun Dromo QuI1n TIets All drnitglat tbIDOlle1111t lallA to ear in- v Iron Iisnalure In on each bnx k For Sate A Scholorshlp In Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply tr this officer Club Rates HARTFORD RPtnLIcAN ad either of tim followingpnpol8 at tlio price indicated Louisville Herald12hLo- uisville Post Daily 325 Yellow jacket 125 American Farm and Orchard 110 ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY ISeOIPOIATID Talk being cheap and aary you should patronize bomd folks you can buy your ow1pbOne ud build your own lines arid talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent Q the Rough River Telephone Company or they will nt the whole expense ii you Bay 80 We connect with dependent Companies For particulars can on s T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- Dfelcgmpl Co incorporated Thenia nothing the matter with my business I have the Cqmber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wUes voice tp never heard 10 gnunbl ont the Tele phone Yours Corgoolservlse and gentlemanly C p NOWhINManr p S JI DiIaP4asseft H Tisglr mad- Err unjfttcauit tooruch heat iWkt phAll wi eat all iIloarT- Js wUtsoat moat ibati keep us trOIiI- lAaf hi thbist sfssmmsr triM Wh1 Foctot course lughed 8sasy 1I IorCif riea2b8cisbermsi the otrinth of meat without the heat IJ t Sleek Isftny w1a vlllcb ahrl has bcn utado mtllr Ills 80nnlsltpcrvlhm tlneo Its JlcrIAJloVtlo OflOtOLeCChO you In tiro pnro other i1t8 It It Footi tito Stomach Signaturo The reland be be I S LOOKI A STITCh IN TIME SaTlS nla IIzgle ChIll Tonli tuti- pIasant taka In eafl Spring aod Fall- preenta ChUt Ooal1l aDs MalaIaII Tlra Acts on tbe lSvr toni utte4- jtem welt ChUb at Try 1 IN where is In PREPARED BY ROBINSQNPETTIT COMPANY CnonOTKP LOUISVILLE KY I Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah EP cific Coast DOUBLE DAILY SCRVIC CrtELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Point In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Mails aa CataELECTRIC LIGTED TRAINS u isrthi IstsmUa Unrtlll Ltt Elm UlnIR T G MATTHEWS Tn Pan Ajl ho 20J Erldle IIr LODIITILLI U H C TOWNSEND G r6T saT ST LOUIS Fl RSTTE SEASON B1OSWSEA SHORE EXCURSION TO Atlantic City Cape May Sea Isle City Ro1- 1Oboth and other Atlantic Coast ResoI t- 8Thursday July 30 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