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F 1 THEnARTFORDr REPITELICA h Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OB5AH OP THE PUff 18 TBIMWTH C0 BESSIOBdLD19TAICiSubs i iption 1 ajfear VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1903 1lvo3 Wanted to be HeardFrom suUeriofromfalling of womb or from leucorrbea who has used Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription without complete success the undersigned proprietor and Makers o r t Uketoyoaer11IaladlelblebJooofrOllFEIT will lob If elgnaturcoftnonial btlowendaleoof the writer of every teftlmonlal among the thousands pubUshlnKth81WORLDS DisriutaARY MEDICAL A WCIATION Vroprictoti Hnflalo N Y HanMhoedl hersLawithoutadoubtthegnatreinedrm 1 pcriodar 4eeveatwhleYerOlle hdbeenyortl PrcKTlpUoa M I purchtMd a package I wastrutertotlowlynewIlkFavorite Prettriptlon makei weak wcmen strong tick woven well Ac nltttlclneliichThe Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 large gu in paper covers is sent jnt on receipt of ai onecent stamps to AddressIh MET MALT THI OrAL TONIC AND PCCONSICUCTY ThulILlfe mad Strcofth la Every Drop A Kknttfic combination of the oveolUI- comtltutnh of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Loolnillc Kr Jtnairrii i QOII 51FATA MALT O UuItrUb Kr GrtkmenfiavkeeumMIrnurMatandGltpantfon Iu IIMI a w thatttkanrceln nenaatbloodtonen Imnlhl 11 pm +m- IltreautattetdednhdtOlbti al arttrulr tD KASTCNDtXE M D Loulntllc colkteof Jha1llltJ MEAT YMALT BO LLouUvllla Kf hN Pteeif IcmD9 firesJtr Imftttaef loco IIOIIIo soma Nfeuaa S4JIDItIwIt ear of Nter Ae Will oar BrIiONI1 rJg or e Mill rice droe a- aoru H 00- lpIUalaet aaNattnf Ii Ia cams AHnt 1aI1w Ira tuoaAveITLOate DAVIESS COUNTY BANK a TRUST GOO- WENSBORO KY Cash Capital S5OoooSU- ckholdinAddri Liability tSOOOO 0 r Fed far CMcm fi 100000 DtfxwIU rtMlnTtfct to cWk Oortt nothing to dtpodt or clxek out All cut tw don tr mil 101oaW on tau tpotiu i 5 PER CENT ror tl moalhrt lor t per coot furahrtetpertoda tntrmttaglalmmedull- ycn or write tor rutbcr putlcoUn T S ANBEHiOK rreU L Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Tee ubliC- unfDFORDS IDJACKDRAUGffiHE f rV MEDICINE Tbodfonli BlockDraught bas iM doctors moro than For the common fam constipationInd plalnte 1and teva bilious nest nooilaches andother Into complain U n6 other medicine la teealatceatlqhuletoe action of the kidneys ss bloodand o bowuJ itfeuLaccumulationsJ It cureI llvcT complaint Ind IOD lOW tp chilli f11 cooeupaloodllUThors ort ErndrnaIllstmoth silo for elro Newer enceyt a 8Ubiltlt te or having the ChatWioogaI I believe TKcdforo DI tkDr u M U the but medicine on earth II U forgoodfour y r I have them on foot and health with no doctor but BUck Draught A J GREN IIkwar La S M STIRRING SPEECH BY MAJOR OWENS His Address Accepting the Chair at the Republicjan Con ventlontioti A IlIAGIVIEIGEIOIT FFORT SCATCHING ARRAIGNMENT OF DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION The speech of Major W C Owens before the Republican State Conyen tWn In accepting the temporary chair anshlp gas one of the greatest ex hibitions of oratory that has ever been known in Loulevllle Displaying all the gUts of the true orator Major Owens aroused his hearers to tremendous enthusiasm Men who have attending conventions without number unite In declaring that they never heard anything to ex eel it The speech in full was as followsFellow Republicans We are sum moned In convention to meet the gravest responsibility that ever confronted any party In Kentucky On our wisdom or unwisdom hangs the hope of the future The golden gates of promise awing Invitingly open II we can come up to the height of the duty that lies before us a new era dawns for our Commonwealth That Commonwealth needs your help now as it never needed jt before Kin uky the meadow laadKeaI tucky the land we love the land that once was worthy of all love has beenI brought bswaU politics and still smaller politicians to direst straits A condition prevails within Her borders that arrest the attention shock the moral sense and amazes the- Intelllgence f civilization The outrages of 1899 and zoo ere bearing rich fruition now Life Is un safe everywhere Any Democrat of prominence or having Influential Democratic associations can in coldI est blood shoot down any Republican he pleases with absolute assurance that if by any mischance he falls to run the gauntlet of the courts he will find a friend at the Executive Man sion ready and willing to stay the band of the law and make out for ilm a complete caw of selfdefense A strenuous statement this I con cede you but the records of your State government furnish an almost mathematical demonstration of Ita awtnl truth The leaders of orga lied arson and assassination are po tent factors In the organization of theI democratic party dominate its coun ells and dictate terms to the Chief Executive of your State With bold defiance of law the public records are locked and barred against public inquiry to hIde the damning evidence ol this partnership In blood CRDRITV IN ASYLUMS Our charitable institutions that had their origin In the noblest Impulse of a brave people have been converted Into homes for ward workers and de cayed politicians whose claim that the Democratic party owes them a living has heed honored at the pub tic expense and the sacrifice of a divine charity From the halls tonne crated to human sorrow and human auflerlug comes the agonizing walls of stricken and helpless patients as they shrink in terror from brutal at tendants whose atrocities only serve to furnish amusement to those who are responsible for their official existence History doth oft repeat Itself and once again we have the burning Rome and the fiddling Nero They have not however this saturnalla of crime overlookedthe taxpayer or the public treasury We hear the Chltf Executive of your State denounce the tenders ftbe op position wing of his own party as conscienceless gratters while the lender of that opposition retorts with fcelofthepeer and the claim agent reap a rich reward TUB CALUOOM CLAIMS We see that tame Governor and a claim agent working hand in glove to take from the people 71000 1b pay for services thep bad already bound themselves in foUig to do loY 3 ooo We see that name Governor without explanation or shadow of warrant in law deliberately withhold ing from the soldier boys of your State cent of the meager pit tance ailowedOthem by the Federal government for services to their country We see the same Governor passing out over the bargain counter a full line of pardons to convicted and selfconfessed assassins on the statement of a Democratic politician that the assassins and their pals had always been trne to the principles of the Democratic party But perhapswe should not hold too lightly such a reason for execu tive clemency for no one knows bet ter than your Chief Executive how difficult It Is in this day of shifting standards to be trne to the principles of the Democratic party or in fact to determine what those principles are The bosses of the Democratic party know that it would be entirely fatal to allow that party to assemble In convention and attempt a declaration of principles BO they are content to let the faithful Calhoun with that effective instrument of political surgery known as a Democratic primary while Flannogans platform for the offices only Is a good enough plat form for the fish fry and criminal division Democracy We see judi cial officers not only on party corn mlttees but on the stump boasting- of party services rendered on the bench and actually demanding as party pay for judicial prostitution the high office of Senator in the Congress of the United States DEMOCRACY HUtirtTBD Everywhere It is the same Im State in county and in city public office Is no longer a public trust but- a private snap The trail of the ser pent Is over them all and unless the demoralization has spread to the great body of the people they cannot bopeto win in this campaign for the people of KentnrJhy know that the whole political structure from tur ret to foundation stone is malodor ous with incapacity and reeking with corruption Council then In moderation build In wisdom and the result wilt be a templt of liberty fairer than your dreams a temple dedicated to a treeI ballot and the reign or law Name BO uteri for office whose character and standing do not commend Vim to the beat thought of our People Send the trader the logroller and the com bluer to the rear remembering that the man who seeks nomination by such agenciesiis not worthy of the suffrage of a tree people For years past there has been no good reason why a man of intelligence should vote the Democratic ticket Today In Kentucky there is absolute ly no excuse for doing so What Is this twentieth century Democracy but a vain and fortunately a feeble protest against progress A dead leaf twigtbrl1lhig moaning every posting breeze the dead past it never can recall this Is mondern Democracy What young man who can think and will think would willingly bind his future to this feblsh of a day that is dead TRIDUtn TO TUft RKFUBUCAN ARTY AND PRESIDENT ROOSBVEW But our friends the enemy say that we too have rascals in our party and mores the pity so we have No honest man affects to be lieve that virtue or vice Is peculiar to any party Boodlers we have In plenty but they are the camp followers and hangerson oi the great army that marches to the strains of Repub lican music while today In Kentucky that same degenerated class own and control the Democratic party Unscrupulous freebooters do infest our ranks but mark the pre diction and watch Its fulfillment that ere the moons of another year have waxed and waned we will send them to a felons cell See to it Democrats of Kentucky that In that same period you do not rear a manu ment to yours My friends we may well congratu late ourselves that we belong to the greatest civic organization known to political history an organization that has successfully wrought the problems of the worlds busiest age The historian who undertakes to write the magic story of this western hernia phere mutt of necessity write the his tory of the Republican party He must tell of the fallloc achackle and 4 the birth of freedom amid the Game of the worlds most wondrous war He must tell of the evolution of peaceful methods from blood and carnage until the triumphs of American com coerce had become the marvel and the te1how1 and unrest had assailed the nations faith the conservative Intelligence of the people turned to the Republican party and how gloriously the victo was won and their trust lIe must tell how the queen of repub lies drove European tyranny from the queen of the Antilles then stretching out Its potent arm through the wat ers Qf the East held In Its forceful grasp an opeLklihway tot1J1 world nut all these are In the past The Republican party keeps its face to ward the sunrise of the future so that the shadows may fall behind New Issues are constantly arising but whatever emergencies may present themselves the American people may rest content that under the wise aud courageous leadership of our great President their rights will be duly safeguarded alike against the zeal of the mob and the greed of the pluto cratMen of Kentucky we have our work to do Here is the heart of his imperial republic and republic copse crated to thecauseof free government + free government has ceased to exist It is ours to reassert that ancient right to recall the honored to the seat of honor to reestablish the dominionb of the law In this holy we not invoke and aid of those un seen forces that are ever working to shape to divine ends our rough hgwn human purposes Stand with us then Oh ye Lord of Hosts Ye God of Battles while we name for this people sore afflicted of their rules a ticket worthy of the best days of the republic a ticket that shall come gladly up to the supreme needs of the hour i a ticket for which every Republican can work and every patriot can vote Not OvorWlso There Is an old allegorical picture of a girl seared at a grasshopper but In the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This Is paralleled by the man who spends a large sum of money building a cyclone cellar but neglects to provide his family with a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a In safeguard against bowel complaint whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one This remedy is everywhere recognized at by the most prompt anti reliable media cine in use of these diseases For sale by all druggist m Kindly Take Notice that Elys Liquid Cream Balm la of great benefit to those saner from nasal catarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselvcp by spray Ing Liquid Cream Balm differs inform bps not medicinally from the be Cream Balm that has stood for years at the bead ot remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price Including a spraying t bel is 75 etc Sold by druggist and mall ed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York White Hall as Public Park Gen Cassias M Clay before his death made a writing by which he gave his home White Hall to the United States The document bears a later date than his will and was not ed Sound until a day or two ago It reads as followamNovember 22 1902Known to all men that I the undersigned give and hereby convey to the United States of America White Hall and 300 acres more or less bounded by the land given by me to my children udeadsuch regulations as the Congress shall make I hereby appoint Robert Curtis Stockton my executor for carrying out these I have not time to JSignedname and seal ot CASSICS M CLAY This strange request of the dead statesman and soldier will come asaquite a surprise and will in all proba blllty be contested by his heirs Of course nothing can be said as to theaaction that will be taken by Congress A Sure Cure for Diarrhoea Coming as It does In the busiest season when a man can least afford to lose time a sure and quick cure for In diarrhoea Is very desirable Anyone who has given It a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasure remedy in use for this diseaseh is Chamberlains Colic Diarrhoea Remedy There is no loss oi time when It is used as one or two doses of It will cure any ordinary at tack It never falls not even In the most severe and dangerous case For sale by all Druggists m tDeannlg o Jr= h iSEfSTOR II VII UTLEl I D Machineslinti a Candidate to Succeed Himself 11CARDrryResentsOrderforCon Vention Instead of Primary AssertjiTbe Thing Is Rnn by ren WIt WJsh to b sorgan = Izc the Democratic Party Eddyvllle Ky July 3aN W Utlythe Democrat State Senator rom the Third district todny issued a card bitterly attactlng his opponents and formaIy stating that he is not a candidate tor renomination Senator Utley evidently feels tha be Isa victim of the machine as e the outsetof his card he says that he Is not a candidate because the peo pie have been denied a primary where he says he would have gladly met myopponents The Senator states that there Is a political rinG In control not of the people but by corrupt- argaining of the State political machine In charge of our party here which I have refused and shall reo fuse taserve Senator UMey defends a primary as against n convention and claims that the lIC eme is disorganized the DemocratlcipartyThe Senator Utleyj Isrnn by disorganizes Everyman of them has a bolting record The card In full is as follows To the Democrats of Lyon county Finding that there Is a general rals understanding as to my attitude In the Senatorial contest I male the following statemeutII am not a candidate and have tot been since it was determined last spring that the people should be de nled a primary election in which to make their nomination for that office- PfeOaUedfa prfldwonldhaJbeen glad to go before that way to have met my oppon entsJClBut there Is a political ring in con trol not by choice ot the people but corrupt bargaining of the State politIcal machine in charge pf our party here which I have refused and shall refuse to serve who long ago discoveredand declared as witness statements of Mark BoaghterSlnJdng Fund Smith John Keys and Abe Thompson that 11 the people met In primary they would support mr and they therefore decided that should defeated in a convention since hIsJ the smallest county 10 the district So they got together andI called the farcical affair to beheld inn Cerulean where the professionals expect to hold complete away The State Committee order a State primary to nominate State officers The judicial committee held a prl mary to nominate aClrcnlt Judge But the same men with one exception composing also the Senatorial com mlttee decreed that in the Senatorial matter the people could not be defeat of their rights in a primary They concluded also that the people would ake themselves heard In a convene tlon So they called for a thing un heard of- They say a primary would be ex pensive Yet in this thing the voter votes for only one other words in this county It would cost five times labor that a primary would cost in Calloway fourteen times as much 1 yetilt is claimed that a primary would be too expensive and this thing is cheap The scheme Is to disorganize the- emocratic party and then control I speak deUberate1i The thing ran by Every man them has n bolting record Abe Thompsons conduct as a bolter is no rodeos John Keyes Is a past master the alt of fighting Democrats Sinking Fund Smith turned a white feather In 99 In the tact of the enemy lifter the election cast reproach upon the martyred Goebel and the contest board They are running a lot of bolters Mr Gresham was under the log cabin 97 while Mr Grasty whom the ring Is pledged to nominate once dis tinguished himself by bolting the nominee who had beaten him and for County Clerk against im J writethis not merely to fault but toput the people on guard Mr J W Gilbert the Calloway candidate is a good Democrat But the ring expects to throw him overboard and nominate a bolter a wan of their own Ilk So I should say let- he people rally to Mr Gilbert Let least a Democrat be nominated rebuke the corrupt machine that fur and let the banner be in the hands of a man who has never made war upon it 1aORIGIN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY Reminiscences of the First lia- ttonal Convention at Pitts 10burg in 1856 I By the untiring efforts mainly of lion Salmon P Chase of Ohio a convention of earnest men appose to slavery In the territories of th United States was called and met in JUtsburc Pa on the twentysecond day of February 1856 noted as the birthday of George Washington There came together on that day some 600 or more men from the Northern States below Mason and Dixons line While the conveutio- was not as large as the recent grea Republican convention held in Lonls ville it was for those days a large convention and composed ol me who had resolved that as tar as la shouktconvention elected for its presiding officer Hon Francis P Blair Sr from Maryland later a member of the Democratic party The conven tlon proceeded them to organize th National Republican patty of th United States and made the call for National Republican Convention to be held in Philadelphia in mite fol lowing which second convention met and nominated Gen John C Fremont for president and the Hon W L Dayton of New Jersey for Vice Pres- Ident At the election the Republl cans of Kentucky put a full Republi can electoral ticket In the field which received 313 viva voce votes as the law of the State then directed I have the orlgional papers in reo garb to the proceedings at Pittsburg February 22 j8s but not Rosy of ac cesfijtoday so trust to my memory which may be not exact as to some minor matters But it must be remembered that there were State Republican patties voting in Mas sachusetts Iowa and other Northern States as early as 1854 Senator Hoar says he voted the Republican local fiticketh t Bryant did the sartuFln BIT note others still In Iowa and sonic other Slate But the convention of February 22 1856 in Plttsburg organized the National Republican Partythe nations party Of the 750 memders of the conven lion at Plttsbnrg In 1856 there ate yet living sonic ten or twelve persons Horace Greely then at his best was there Joshua R Giddings and many others now famous as statesmen politicians and soldiers were there I well remember Old Frank Blair as he was called on leaving for his home at Sliver Spring In Mry land sayIngtlMyyoutlg deadI do you know we have started a mover ment today that will C slavery onto the United States and make this A treat uatlou before the end of the century I will not see it accom pushed but you likely will Francis P Blair Sr was regarded- as a very sharp and shrewd political manager but he would seem to be entitled to a good deal of fame as a prophet likewise only ranking a little below Malachal and the older onee I knew also Isreal Washburn Jr well and can only suppose his biog replier was not 09 well read as he might have been for certainly Gov Washburn knew all about the Pitts burg convention and what it did It was my good fortune to know of the Immense work done by Salmon P Chase by letter and personal appeal in bringing together the men who at Pittsbnrg organized the National Republican Patty and if my mew ory is not to much at fault it Is well that the real history of the Republican party should be correctly written at least for Kentucky The fact that the Pittsburj convention was the authority that called the National Republican Convention that met in Phlladelpla In June 1856 naming as its nominees John C Fre mont and W L Dayton is conclu Rive proof that the party was organize on February 22 1856 and named the same day Under the leadership of Cassius M Clay George D Blakey Edgar Newham of Louisville and others the 313 Republcans voted as members of the Nation Republican Party viva voce for the Fremont and Dayton electors Let us not for get it WAS named on George Wash ingtons birthday and it was the sug gestion of Salmon P Chase that It be done February 22 1856 J WC Watch For a ChilltHowever slight at and In this climate it is the forerunner of malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Herbine by its prompt stimulative action on the lives drives the malarial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system and restores health soc at J II Williams Oil THF HUSTLE is the Queen City of the Pen nyrile Owensboro Wilt Demonstrate What She can do with a Big Attraction at the StateFair The enterprising busInewJmenof theirplaulleto make it clear ihat th3 State Ialrdaring the Reel ot1 September ait Is going to Lea greater success even than was expcr ienced last year In Louisville They arc already thawing that atn entert nature of it may be This at least lathe opinion of the roundy takeeevery carry to a ancccsaful conclusion The following local committee have been placed in charge there Advisory CommitteeDr J G LeeeEntertainment Committee W 0 Archer J W McCulloch and L B FrederickDuring August about 25000 handsome State Fair Posters wilt be hung most of them of course in Western Kentucky counties Secretary L B Shropshire at the headquarters in the Board of Trade Building Louisville Is dally reedy ing scores of letters from the biggest live stock men In this State and In the United States announcing their intention to compete for the 20000 Leah prizes that will be distributed Several new big amusement attest tions will bY announced in a week or two State Fair Association By Graham Vreeland Cured Paralysis W8 Bally P O True Texas sulTeringfive BdlanlSnowright I have also used It for sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work 350 SOC and too bottle at J H Williams m CONGRESSMAN LIVINGSTON ISays Poruna is a Splendid Ca iarrhal IIII Tonic COLONEL L 1 tlVXSGBTOM Qfimember of the Com j mlttoooa Appropriation In the Hotuq aAtlantaI I take pleasure la JoInIng wit recemaeadleaPeruna 4catarrbcuroCol L I LMatot KMifM Catarrh Cured Attsp rAll phases of catarrh state bechronfcJ aro promptly and permanently cured Itla through Ita operation upon tho ncr votw system that Pornna bu attained inch a world wldo reputation aa a sure and reliable remedy for all phaeeai ot JMrMontreal Canada writes Mtt O1 Porunala certainly a great catarrl remedy it cured mo of catarrh of tho head and I gladly Indorse It CanadJana are peculiarly emitted with thIS dUoaso and for years tho doctors bavo tried toy overcome it with cllxira powders on pllld but Peruna hassolved the qucatto estabUshed MorlpJIffactory results from tho two of Pcrona ptultbo pleased to glvo you his Ttloablo ads Tlco froo- Addreea Dr nartman President of eUaatman Sanitarium Oolambag01 THE i i Clipperfi PaperInAll persona ipi thlgth happen AMUSEMENT WORLD fPtlojfotof world FREEAddrwnew YcrK CltyV RHEUMATISMand other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its oflectis marvelous relieving almost instantlYrlryit andi it you aro not satisfied ydUr1 money will bo cheerJi fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c Argon Oil Co 136 W Main Louisville Ky 10000 to be Given AwayTo the readers of tho LOUISVILLE HERALD and inagmndgucsing How Many Votes Will the Next Governor Receive 239 Grand Premiums i Ono Premium andllot ono Premium 050 Oldsmobilo and 230 other grand premiums tho smallest of which is a 500 gold piece Tho nearest guess wins first premium of 400000 REPUBLICANwho pays that amount gets tho Louisville Her old Republican olio year and will bo entitled to ono guess for 4000 or those who pay 190 in ad vance got tho Louisville Daily Herald six days in a week for six months and tho Republican ono year and guessdoitGNRSSING BLANK Dnto t Name V v Postolfico State i Enclosed find to on sub OI to he LOUISVILLE IIJItALDand thbREPUBLiCAN I guess that tho winner of tho tacotho next governor will receive a total vote of riItt All orders mid guesses ri1l1 t bo sent to the Rcpublicahr I ii n L I z i Hartford Republican hauel by th Jll1rtlord Vnbtlblug Comp oy- t conroUAr- ot E SIITJIEdUor=ncc ssoxvsa Cute 10111 Jog Tough Zlvos 33 FRIDAY AUGUST 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET eon OorenranOrel D DlkD81 Yon LU VTI1NAtT GOTUJORJ n WilhoIt- OR TntutenlJohn A1IIM FOR AtNTOROeorlt W Wpb You ATTOaxet OceanusW St Dakaer- Fot snuor SunJ C apelght- Fot StrRR11TUDUrLlnllgttoli McCartney Foe COYNIeeLOIEB or AottcVLTTDLOeOrg- oDoku Eon CLUJ or CoCDr or errnreeJ 1L Newman olltunSlluToRAlrll 8 DelinoU Fan JEr IInuuluDr A D Park Iot OIt vIT CoURT CunE O naTroas now YOU CAN TELL tlYoule labol on your pnpelJ toll just how much you are indebted to u8 on your subscription ac count When you find how much that is wont you make our hearts glad by calling and ttling same It may bo tt small amount but hundreds of small amounts will help us Como early For we need the money indeed we do CAUDIxAL Sarto WM chosen Pope at Rome on the seventh ballot August Hb after a four days seaion of the Cl1rdinllls Ills title will be Pius 1- JuvuE Robbins refused to direct the Sherif of Scott county to eum mops nn equal number of Republicans and Democrats of the two hundred won from which the jury to try Caleb Powers Till bo DrAwn TilE shade of the sago of Monti cetlo ccrtaiuly has the laugh on the individual who failed to saok his head in stump waver before ho wrote those resolutions promulgated bya handful of Democrats who were attending courthero Nnn day WHEN Judge Miller wile a candi date for reelection he told the peo pIe thJlt there would retrain unpaid of the bonded indebtedness of Ohio county on January i 1902 only 811000 The Democratic convene tiou composed of seventylire or a hundred that re oluted hero Monday said that there is now on August 3 1108 11500 unpaid How about it any way are you all just lyin about it or is some part of what some one has said about it true if so what part is true Do the tax payera indorse and commend the action of Governor lcckbam in his working hand in glove With C C Calhoun to take from the people 8i1000 as pay for services they had already bound themselves in writing to do forS3000 thus drawing from the treasury 868 OOOmore for services than they had al readyagreed to do the work for A con vention of lees than a 100 Democrats which assembled here Monday purports to indorse the action of these two gentlemen in their successfulat temp to loot the treasury of 868000 It is up to you tax payera of the coun ty Rod State to indorse or condemn such action What say you which will you doYv IN the trial of Jolt a17d Wbite the lroathitt county accused assassins r lge Oaborue rules out all evidence LlJjltng to show who hired or induced thum to do the kIlling This perhaps is proper notwithstanding it is rumored that Judge Ifargis knows more about the real reason why Jett shot Marcum than he would like for every one to know It Is however quite a contrast with the rulings of Judge CJntrill in the trial ofpersons charged with assassinating Goebel m those trials any evidence lending to cast reflection on any Republican was permitted to be fully brought out before the jury Of course if Judge Osborne is right Judge Cantrill was wrong and it Judge Cnntritl was right JudgeOaborne is wrong Take care of your henchmen geuiemen and strike a blow nt your opponents ut every opportunity even if you have to bring the Judiciary of tho State to shameless prostitution TAE DIassembled bore Monday among other things said We commend to the people of Kentucky the present State administration of which Governor Ileckbam ie the had We would respectfully ask if you commend toI the people the dark and beclouded pardon record of Governor Deckham Who in advance of his succession to the oflice raid Iwill not lardon any nlan convicted by a jury of twelve men at a fair trial Do you gentlemen indorse and commend to tho people the pardon of Joe the would he rapist and the convictedt murderer of a fourteenyenrold girlI Do the fathers of our fair daughters of the county and State indorso the action of any Governor who would turn from out the penitentiary a rub Tian abrute that has assaulted some 8 ones daughter with intent to destroy her virtue and her fair nameand that innocent little girl having reeentedI such assault is at the hands of this ruffian and brute murdered in cold bleed CONORESSMAN Rhea 88YSIIWO have got something to do this year in Kentucky and after we attend to it there will be plenty of time to attend to other matters You are right Mr Rhea we people of Kentucky the Republican party and the host of independent voters who are going to cast their votes for our ticket this fall are charged with the work of redeeming the State from its present domiu Ion of machine rule which destroys freedom fetters enterprise and handi caps industry and enables selfperpetrating bodies of political adventures to control public affairs for private benefit We are charged with roc- la1D1iDg the State from the present incompetent and excessively partisan administration as shown by Governor Deckhams so exorcising the pardoning power as to eubserve political and partisan purposes which pocouragea crime by virtually rendering crimi Hale of Democratic political faith immune from punishment It is the Republican party supported by the independent voters to whom the pea pIe are looking for deliverance from the present misrule and misgovernment nORTON KY August 3A good many attended the picnic at Cooks Han Saturday Quite R number of our citizens at tended Circuit Court In Hartford this week Those oa the sick list are Mrs CheU Patton Miss Lillian Rock and L P Mlles G B Wilson of Rosine was the guest ot Mr Shelby Rock Tuesday Mr Simon Mara of Wysoxt was the guest of Mrs C A Hines Mon dayA nuwber from here wlll attend the picnic at Central Grove Saturday Quite a crowd of young people con gregated at Mr K MDanlels SunI day Messrs James Patton Evert Griffin and Wm Daniel were In Hartford Saturday FORDSVILLE KY There was a large crowd attended the association here last Wednesday and Thursday Mr Fulton Smith attended church at Narrows Sunday Miss Lulo Acton of Sulphur Springs visited the family of C C Miller last week Miss Nannle Jones who has been confined to her Lcd all spring and summer Is slowly Improving Miss Fannie Matthews oCVanzant- Is visiting relatives in town Miss Marlah Bratcher entertained a few of her friends last Thursday even- Ing Those present were Misses Julia King of Dudee Mayme Jones and Lena Smith Messrs John Mlles Willie Casteel and Elazer Hedden Several from the Narrows attended the association here last Thursday Mr I J Hoover of Olaton was In town last Thursday Mrs W R Joses and Mrs N B Smith were the guests o1 Mrs Loren zo Hut Sunday Mrs BeUe Kirby has atrlvtd from the Indian Territory to visit tier par eats Mr and Mrs A Hale whom she has not seen for nineteen years Miss Emma Wright of St Louts Mo le visiting her sister Mrs Anna Matthews Miss JalIaKing of Dundee was In town ThursdayIMr Pate Miles went to Louisville Sunday Franchise Sold Henderson Ky August 3A few days ago Mayor J H Powell sold the franchise pruvldlng for the entrance of an Interurban railway Into this city This ranchlsewas sold at pub tic auction and was bought by E G Sebree for the sum of 100 subject to the approval of the common council From present Indications the Interurban railway from Hartford to Header son Is on assured success although there are a few minor details yet to be arranged A School With Prestige The Southern Normal School needs no introduction to the public It has been In constantand successful opere atlon for the last twentyeight years and has won an enviable reputation for thorough and practical work It operates the School of Law Music Elecutlon Oratory Pedagogy Pre paratory County Certificate State Certificate Junior Scientific Senior Scientific and Classic Course Any one contemplating taking any of these Courses should write for a handsome Catalog and Illustrated Journal Mention Course wanted Address H H Cherry General Mane ager Bowling Green KentuckyI JUSadDeatbIMegan August30ne of the saddest deaths which ever occurred was that of Mr D P Moseley lr who died near Cleo Okla July r 1903 Uls death was caused by pneumonia and yellow Jaundice lie had been away from his home about three months when he became Ill and died before any of his relatives could reach him He was the son of Mr and Mrs D P Mosely of Magnu and was about twentyfive years of age lIe was one of Ohio countys most efficient teachers HIs death was 1 r a great shock to his family relatives and friends The bereaved family have the heartfeltaympathy ofa large circle oC friends In the death of their beloved one who had just entered a bright young manhood only to pass through the portals of the beautiful beyondL ALEXANDER KY Aug 3The recent rain has been quite a help to the crops Misses LizzIe and Robbie Hays who have been visiting their uncle Mr A C Ellis left Thursday for their home at Whltesvllle Mr James IAEhley visited In Ow eusboro lnct week Mrs A C mils visited her son Prof C H Ellis In Calhoun last week MISt Belle Sbowa left Saturday for the Union neighborhood where she will teach the tall school Messrs Sam Ems and Fred Anderson spent Thursday and Friday i- Whiteaville Mr Morten King Hartford was la this neighborhood Sunday Mr Warren Ward and family spent Sunday on No Creek J Mrs A W Mills and daughter Mlle Ira were the guests of Mrs Warren Mills near Beds Monday The corner stone of the M h Churchat No Creek was laid Mon day Quite a large number were pres eat ROCKPORT KY Miss Josle Iam la the guest of her aunt Mrs M E Tichenor at Evans yule Mrs Prank Hudson of Evansville arrived last week to spend the Bummer with her mother Mrs Jane Ful kerson near here Mrs M K Tichenor formerly of this city returned Sunday morning- to her home In Evansville after visit of three weeks to relatives an friends In Ohio county Miss Dettle Davis of Sturgis Is here the guest of Miss Ada Hendrie Miss Same Hunt of Smallhons has returned to her home after a visit to Mrs Mable Waddle and other friends and relatives here Mrs Mary Ruby bas returned hom after a visit of two weeks to relative- at Cromwell Marshal L H Bristow and wile at tended the Old Polka Reunion at- Caneyvllle Saturday TAFFY KY Aag3We had quite a storm In this vicinity Sunday evening but no serious damage was done Misses Lorena and Mary Crowe of- Mnsonvllle are visiting friends an relatives In this neighborhood Messrs Ashley Funk had a nice day and a large crowd ot their barbecue Saturday Avery Interesting game of ball was played last Saturday evening near here between the Mt Mortah and De da boys the former being victorious Mr and Mrs John Davis Misses Annie Davie Lorena and Mary Crow and Mr Arthur Davis spent Sunday night with Mr and Mrs Floyd Davis Mr Floyd Davis went to Hartford last Friday Uncle Bill Smith Is quite sick at this writing A protracted meeting is In progress- at lItMorlah A big dinner will be given at AntI- och the 4th Sunday In Augaat for the benefit of the church Rev Robert Brandon will preac at Union Grove the 3rd Sunday In AugustSeveral from this place attended church at Bells Ran Sunday Telegraph Operators Wanted Never In the history of the countr has there heeD anything like the present demand for Railroad and Commercal Telegraph Operators The different Telegraph Companres and Railroads are having great dlf- ficulty at this time In securing proficient qualified and competent operators Supt J L Kolloroha of the National School of Telegraphy Bowl lug Green Kentucky bas on file In his office recent letters and telegrams for more operators than there are students In actual attendance This school has never yet tailed to locate every student Immediately upon grad nation Anyone desiring to take a thorough course In Telegraphy should not fall to write for Catalog and full particulars Address H H Cheny General Manager Bowling Green Kentucky Musot Damn a Democrat In the Breathltt county cases on trial before Judge Osborne of CynI thlaaa every question tending toIuncover who was behlned Jett and White the active assassins of Mar cum Is propertly ruled out This doubtless Is proper notwlthstandlng the general rumor existing that Judge Hargis was Interesting In them It Is bowever In startling contrast tothe rulings predated In by Judge Cantryll In the Goebel prosecutions under which the prosecution went merrily fishing for any sort of scandal F that would tend to hang Taylorand damn the Republican party II 01 course It Judge Osborne Is right JudgeCantrlll was wrong and U judge Cantrlll was right Judge Osborne Is wrongIt rather curious though that whether mistaken or not whether right or wrong nothing Is permitted before toa Democrat who belongs to the machine and has Influence Ifjett and White should happen to be convicted of Marcums murder the State will be curious to see whether Warden Eph LlIlard will treat them with such Bdmlrb1e justice RS will land them to confer with Gov DeckI ham all to the propriety of waking R confessionas Youtsey did And will the Governor encourage the confession Or will he with that eagle brain of his figure It out that the kllltng of Marcum was reckless handing o1 a gun and merely man slaughter Louisville Herald BRIEF NOTES A woman committed suicide l New York because her parents ob jetted to her appearance on the stage One of the biggest land swindles that has ever been attempted la Ken tucky has been unearthed In Breathitt county The third trial of Caleb Powers charged with complicity In the murder of Goebel was caned la the Scott Cit cult court Monday with epeclaJJudge- Robbins on the bench Jag Wilkinson a pharmacist mltted suicide with a revolvere- Wytheville t Vs white attending a farewell breakfast given lu honor o his sister who was to be married William Hampton a young whit e farmer of Asotln county Washington who assaulted and murdered the elev en year old daughter of the Sheriff o the county was lynched et midnight Three hundred Inmates of St Joseph sanitarian and retreat a Catholic institution near Poht Jervis N V + were forced to flee from the building owing to cloudburst which did con siderable damage Charles Sauftey an elghtpeuyear old boy committed suicide at his home In Stanford It ts sold that the act was caused by the fact that his mother had married a second time A petition Is being circulated In Jdnow serving a sentence In the Federal prison at Atlanta The petition be personally presented to reldent t Roosevelt The hel s of a wealthy New York grocer have received a check for E3 o oweyearsa and that the debt had preyed ou her conscience so that she could not sleep FRIEDALANDKY The ladles of this community wtl give an Ice cream supper at Cane Run Saturday night August 8 for the benefit of the church Mr Clarence Harper who has been pasdt no ter Mrs G E Sandbach Elijah Iloov er end W S Sandbacl1 attended th picnic at Caneyvltle last Saturday Rev U D Burch and wife 01 Shreve visited their daughter Mrs Elbert Ford of this place last Setae day and Sunday 1Mr and Mrs Andy Kelpers n Louisville who have been visiting relatives In this community hCJDeIMr and Mrs Cicero Taylor Select visited Mr Thomas Sanders and fam Sundays of Caney yule Is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs J 0 Sandbach at thIs place ofhare Thompson slater Mrs Gertrud e Miller this weeek MATANZAS KYIAugust 3The Quarterly meeting quiteyplace The people of this place have been very busily engaged for the last two weeks In tearing away their old church which will be replaced by III new and very up todate one Misses Myrtle Render and reckel Rocker are visiting Misses Nellie and Mable Tichenor this week 1 Mrs J W Tichenor who has been sick for some time Is slowly Improv lug The young men of West Point have organized a cornet band and are proceeding very nicely tn their work le Mr and Mrs Wm Brown of Provl- dence spent Saturday and Sunday In this community Mrs Charlotte Tichenor of Matan zas la visiting her daughter Mrse Wm Brown School at Matanzss began Monday under the Instruction of Everett A Smith Messrs Iris and Claudia Render Monday for a pleasure trip to the Nlagra 1 calls Miss Willie Tichenor was the guest RSundayHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O We the undersigned have known J Cheney for the last t5 years and believe him perfectly honorable day lu sup buslnesstransactlol18 and or- clally able to carry out any obl1ga- tlons made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo 0- Walding Klnnan Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous serfacea of the systema TI8Umonlals sent free per bottle Sold by all Druggists 7ScI e Halls Family Pills are the best 11rltt- I r CERALVO KY The public school here began Monday MIls Onus Maddox teacher Mrs P A Mutter and family spent last week with relatives neat Sacra mento Mr Thomas Richardson who has spent several weeks with his son C R Richardson returned to his home near Hendricks Sunday Mrs Nola Mullen Paducah Is spending some time with her sister Mrs Jones Mrs T R Barnard Livermore Is MortonaAugust t a boy CENTERTOWN KY Prof T S Woodward Danville Is visiting in the community Mr Eden Bishop and children 01 Beaver Dam spent Saturday andSun day here with the family of Mr Rob Inson Ashby Mr William McLean near here while hauling Umber fell and broke e rib Our convention passed off so quiet Iy we had nearly forgotten It but we- r are all peace and harmony and are for the ticket from Bennett to Delkuap Notice I take this occasion to thank m devordaughter and for their sympathy tome In my bereavement MRS NANCV CANON Oloton Ky RENDER KY August 4Mr J H Brown I went to Beaver Dam Tuesday on Business Dr and Mrs H B Iunia went to- Lonlsvllle last Wednesday Mr and Mrs O M Stoclcvs ed to Luzerae last Wednesday Hr George Barnes Jr of Beaver Dam was In this city Tuesday on Baelnesa Mr Elias Wilson of Echols was MonltoyI of Central City was here last Friday Mr Walter Neighbors of Fort Fat ten N Y la visiting life brothers P L and J L Neighbors at this writing Misses Nettle and Alice Williams o Rockport were the guests of M and Mrs E S Reid lest Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hymelt Jones returned Tuea- day from Central City end Island where she has been visiting relatlve and friends Jr W L Neel went to Glisten p last week on business Mrs R B Easton Is visiting In- GllstrapButier county Here are a few that went to Air- dda from Render last Sunday ThorpeeTlcbenor fatyJane Vernon Om Milliard les ale Dowellj Messrs George Barnes Nicholas Darrasa Judson Rowe Arthur Dakar Tom Chinn Joe James 1and Peter Burton W S Vlck of Owensboro wa here Monday on Business Sloaneburn were In Beaver Dam last Saturday Mr Simon Jones west to Hartford Monday Miss Ida Hendrix of Louisville Is the guest of Miss Lucy James at tbta writing Mr Len McGavock of Cloverport- was here Monday Searcy Gentry and Clarence Bus kill left Saturday for Marlon m- Messrs G M Stocks and Valentine Cool left Sunday for Linton- Thd Mr Larence Hendrix of Rockport was In this city Friday on bnstness Mr R E Chapman Is visiting Mrs R E Chapman at Lebanon Junction at this writing Miss Ethel Thorp Is visiting friends n Greenville this week Messrs E A Foster and W D McElhlmy of Central City were here Tuesday on Business lot the C C CoMr Clyde Rowe has returned t Herrin m- Ed Bailey visited his parents la Central CIty last Sunday Mr James Penman of Brazil hid visiting relatives here et this writ lag Estray Notice Taken up by W F Wright one toga steer about two years old mark underblr In left ear valued byf Milton Black at twentyfive dollars Subscribed and sworn to by W F Wright end Milton Black B F HUDSON P O C This August 4th 193ISaid WP Right lives about seven miles from Hartford and on the G oslne and Hartford road about one JlckICreekSdConntyI M S Ragland Clerk of the Ohio County Court do certify that the forgiving eetray notice was this day reo corded In myoffiee Given under my hand thlll the 4th of Augrst 1903 M S RAOTAND C O C C of NOTICE All persons that are now OU our list correspondents are requested to wliw us a few by toms each week or its orlon once in two wceks Please us lhlno something from ouch ofyou next week A t 4i lNII 4Cy r vr1 t 1 it t trr 0 1ft J rt f CoughingI U I ate ivenuto die with Itoat once am now healthC Ys B hart man Glbbstown N Its too risky playing with your cough The first thing you know It wIll be down deep In your lungs and the play will be over Be gin early with Ayers Chevy Pectoral and stop the cough Ttra drat rtes SOc SI All et+plds- Oonsalt r f doolor tr es sts taU l4 It e pits 0 LaetilliAtNsneuwllWit kJto1rt lull CIVIL DOCKET AUGUST TERM 1903 4P5050 vs King a 1Dnlze3947 P R Kelly e vs Ed Davidson 5rt6 It T Crowe vs Sam Keown 5119 R T Taylor vs C D Chick 5120 B D Ringo vslleltrlck Mlg Co JRD DAY AUGUST 5 SU3 N E Moseley vs Ed Davidson c 5130 Gaylon Taylor vs EVAnavl11- ePkCo 5147 Home In Co vs C R Campben ts5tS7 R J Daniel vs H H Jarvis 5t62 M E Jarvis vs R J Daniel 4TH DAY AUH1ST 6 5176 Leila R Dehaven vs Jell Board 5184 Roland Newton vs I C R R Co 5186 Isabelle Rnley vs Same 5188 C L Warden vs In lana Lumber Co 5189 W R hoover vs ICRRCo STIt DAY ACGUIT 7 SI74 Klee Pierce vs Central Coal Iron Co 0 5195 W H Davison vs Jo Gentry Larger5199 Lula Hoover vs I eRR Co 5204 Caleb Wilson vs Sawa 6TU DAY AUGUST 8 5206 Mary J Herdla vs Desafiel Coal Co 5207 A E jotlyn vs Central Coal Iron Co 5213 C A Kelly vsICRRCo 5214 Daniel Vaughn VII I C R R Co 52x8 Goo W Reddish vaT J Smith nx 7TU DAY AUGUST 10 5219 Henry M Elliott vs I C R R Co 522J Allis Richards vs I C R R Co 5224 A F Stanley vs RT Jler c 5226 Floyd Murphy vs I C R R Co 5227 Mary Murphy vs I C R R Co STU DAY AUGUST U 5228 J B McDaniel vs I C R R Co- B 5231 Fred Tatum vs R I Paris e 5233 D L Sharp vs R L Parlll Amos Decker vs C G Kimbley Secure a Good PosItron A commendable feature of the Bowl lug Green Business College Bowling Green Kentucky is that It not only glues Its students a thorough and practical education but also secures for them pleasant and profitable em ployment upon graduation Anyone contemplating taking a Commercial Coarse should write lot Catalog and fun particulars Address IL H Cher ry General Manager Bowling Green Kentucky Mrs Mollie Allen of South Ky sage she has prevented ofcholera morbus by taking berlalns Stomach and Liver Table when she felt ea attack coming on ysre what Is needed to clean the stomac and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of blllons colic may be pre vented In the same way For sale by moMAGAN KY August 3Mlss Lena R Miller of Megan entertained Saturday evening In honor of Ira WImsstt and sister Pearlof Oweosboro The Dundee string bAnd tarnished music and those present spent an enjoyable evening Those present were Misses Julia King louisville Pearl Wins Owensboto Effie Wimsatt Bet Rertlrowrlyrtle Snyderand slater Dundee Pronla King Hartford Ida and Dora Wright Mogan Eddie and Nora Lttsey Whltesvllle Minnie Lena and Vera Miller Ira Wtmsolt Owensboro Ivan Renfrew Owensboro Frank raham JImmie Turnhsm and James fiEpuke and Torn Tnrnhpm Jpmt SlBakerWillie Taul Megan Alice Wlweatt NarrowsdldaughterLcnslsterof Oweosboro were the guests Mt Allis and Miss Effie Winteatt their cousins at Dundee 1mlldlain to act always use bamberloln Stomach and Liver Tablets For solo all drugglatsm YOU KNOW TICKING branleataetelees L Q 4 E P0 BARNES 8 BRO0 rAftHANDLES THE FAMOUS 9q El lC1ass14 ElEl tf t01S aver Buggtes 6 fib These Vehicles Stand alone in this market as tot qun1it workmanship null material 1Ve have boon El istribuwlj of Hugghi for quito a nuttlbor uf YOUIS t1 and nur oxplriencl k certainly worth a great heal fi when it comes to selecting the Vehicles that arc est t= adapted to the needs and wants of this trade We 1- it eau sell you Buggies at J50n 5000 6000 65 tit and UOOO Everyone are big values = 1Vo iuvito n UIOSO inspcdion of this lineElf4 know that a look from t num who nerds will result in a soloElt3a14 Harness E tIE- ltI Collar Harness nt X860 A Single strn p Seta El Ci beauty1O00 A Doubled and Sttched Sot with El flexible Saddle to corker 1000 nndIt regular 16 4q Set for 1260 El 41 El Buggy Whips and Lap Robes = Whips from lOc to i6c each Lap Robes from = c fiOe to 100 each tt 41Wagons41 = We are the solo distributors of OLD HICKORY t41 territoryThose t41 E 441 of them to this market is much less fl tECi1Vo carry aU sizes in stock with both low and thigh Jn wheols Como to Beaver Daub where you can got l j tf1IidI E PISEARNE BROy f I tit ts Beaver Dam Hentuclty G i t i v S T HA TFO D KYy FOUR DAYS 0 r one i 4 OHIO COUNTY4to FAIR st3 Oct 1 2 and 3 The celebrated Louisville Newsboys Band will furnish music during the Fair Good Premiums offered for all Farm ProductsfSpeed Rings each Day Good Running Good Trotting and Pacing for Good Premiums A number of Special attractions will be the feat uses each day Fair Grounds have been improved and bcautiluntil they are the most beautiful in the Stat Th Farmers0 arc especially invited to comoand 0 a day with their frIends Sendfor Catalogue to Rowan Holbrook Pros r or S T Stevens Secretary s tr Something Newf Automobile Race I Second Dayn adles and Children Free FirSt Day a 7 i 4iiM tri 1 F4b M3 FbM 1 + t 4b1Fbh i afi 01 Weurm + Weather Specials Whats the use in worrying and complain ing about the hot weather It does no good The bettor way is to attend Fair Cos SALE OF HOT WEATHER SPECIALS I SPECIAL NO i15 dozen Mens Ex tra Porcal Negligee Shirts our regular 76c quality I at 50c I SPECIAL NO2 10 dozen Ladies Bleach Vests taped neck and arm holes most houses sell them for 15dour special price 3 for 25c SPECIAL NO31U dozen Ladies Fino Sheer Handkerchiefs tho kind that usually sell for 20cour price is b- OcSPECIAL NO 4Our remnant stock of lions Straw Hats Some sold for 75c 81 and 150 Our special prico on all 50c SPECIAL NO S Entire line of Wash Goods that sold for 12ic Oc Thoso that sold for i Tic Go Those that sold for loc and 20c Qa lOc iItwill certainly pay you to investigate the bargains we are offering through our entire house All of our Summer Goods must at some price Wo cordially invite moveicomoto this great MOVING SALE The Bargain It- II Center IsC 4 +++t++++++++ Some Hot August Prices Best Factory 5c BestCalico Self I Good Bleach 5c Mens Black Clay Worsted Sits 3G0sizes 39 to 42 Youths Clay Worsted Suie 260 sizea 14 to 10 J Boys Suits all wool nicely made 160r Mona and Youths Pants at very low prides Nico Shoes HamiltonBrown 125 We carry general line of Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Carpets Battings Trunks and Telescopes Como around Wo will save you monoy Highest market prices paid for Feathors Ginseng and Yollowroot 4 Yours for tr- adeSamBacK Real EstateFARM m you illiavo some land for sale 70 ncres ear Palo for 700 bargainI ur miles north I of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions aiid bargain I 135 acres four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building ScOno houso and Storehouse in Prontis for f500 1 a location and a good r bargain If you want to buy or sell seo mo t S A Anderson J Dealer In Rpal Estate HARTFORD KY t oA mvoaaac AH But y Till Lfsd Yea HaR IIItRJt Iitepl flld lra Y- t i t i a 1 n U5OOO mWlfmmmm GIVEN AWAY If you WRut to be the lucky person buy your goods from us from now until the end of tho car and get a guess at this length of time tho BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact number of hours or tho one guessing tho nearest to tho ox act number of hours the candle will burn gets the Furni taro Each dollar spent gots Ono Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may bo tho lucky party This is open to all cash customers Come to see us and got more for your money than you are offered elsewhere CARSON CO1 HARTFORD KY Hartford Republican iFRIDAY AUGUST 7 j Mason Fruit Jars at Carson Bros Read Davlcaa Co Dk Tr Co ad I Thin Coa Coats at thin prices at Carson New Ribbons New Laces New Col lars at Fairs City Restaurant for the nicest Can I dies in Hartford I Try our nice Soup loc per bowl at City Restaurant Soda Water lemonade und Coco Cola at City Restaurant I Fairs New Fall Shoes are here All new lasts late toe etc Those too vesta at Fairs are what you pay 150 for elsewhere City Reetanfant for good things to eat daring Circuit Court My What delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Get a mess of nice Iresh Fish at City Restaurant when In Hartford Fairs remnant sale ot Embroider lea and Wash Goods la creating a stir Get your meals when in Hartford at City Restaurant Every thing first class Three hundred pairs of Ladles and Misses Oxfords at a greatly reduced i price at Carson Cos We never get too Chickens Eggs Feathers and HamsJCAasoN Co Special sale of ladles 150 and lOC Handkerchiefs at Fairs Choice toe tor a few days We have a nice lot of hot weatherI Pants to close out at reduced CARSON Co All Ladles Misses and Children1 Slippers at reduced prices ECONOMY DRY GOODS STOUt W H Moore at Hartford Meat Market will pay In cub trom 150 to 200 per dozen for spring chick ens aatcDr D W King Osteopath is at W G Hardwicks Call U needing treatment Consultation and Exam a nation free 4Ufa Subscribe for TUB REPUBLICAN and The Louisville Weekly Herald and get a gags et a Slice of the f10000 given away In prizes AU Carters Pure Apple Fresh Meats Bacon Hams JardIi c constantly on hand at W H Moores Meat Market Miss Ora Weller daughter ol J TtWeller former resident of Ohio coun ty Is very low with typhoid fever at her home In Chtvlngton ColoAll Lawns and thin Summer Dress Goods at a greatly reduced price Some at cost and some at below cost ECONOMY DaY GOODS SrelluJJ rYouIportunity of having a chance to get a slice of the 10000 given away See ant propoaitiod In another columBI See our samples for Ladles Tailor side anlts Rain and Dust Coats We take your measare and have them t- tltade to order ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE s- 4VANrItnBpeiybgdy to buy their- QllillnuyGooda sells Economy Dry Goods Store We will sell yoa a hat at your own price to mile room for our mammoth tell line MRS SARAH COUIKS SMITU of LostA ring containing about nfivekey and a key to P O box No 35 Finder will return to this office and receive rewardsA C Taylor our i genial LiveryI man recently purchased a complete line of new uptodate undertakers goods including a ijoo tuners car t- He will occupy what is known as the Red Front on Market Street and will open np for business about August rsZThe citizens of Hartford were sur prised and amazed yesterday when n covered wagon with one horse hitched to It drove into town and stopped near the court house square and five Cherokee Indians alighted two woo men one man and two little ones MIss Willie Hocker has gone to Cor bin Ky to spend a few weeks with her sister Mrs Oscar Bishop and while there will assist Capt Bishop a- In the bank His brother Chester Bishop who is his assistant Cashier being In Ohio county visiting his parents and friends Remember that we are to have nothing to do with deciding the guessing contest Judge Miller has the key to the ballot box that eon trios the guesses and be with other disinterested parties who may be named will decide why Is the lucky one alter the candle has bunted CARSQtf lit CO t MothersarI4 WORD IH MOrMeW8 BMl WHEN Manama MI tnrtHT ANN lit THE MONTHS THAT MIrINPOE THAT- TMN SOOTTS EMULSION auPPLINa TWO mxriiA mnttmajH AND oumBMMiMr ao Htctmmtmr roil THE nturu of MOTH MOTHSIjMO CHILD Seed tarfraample SCOTT BOWNE CberiU 4HJ Purl N York Soc radnAoI tUdroczk IGilbert C podsou oldest son of J B Dodson who has been at home re cently on a furlough sailed from San Francisco California August i 1903 r with the third Squadron of izth U S Cav for the PbllUpplne Islands on the U S Army Transport Sherman Tblpis his second trip across the Pacific Ocean People will hunt for bargains and I that Is what you get when you Invest In our Remnant goods A customer has Just reported that he got nine dresses three shirts and many other j useful articles out of a single bnndlc that cost him sixtylive cents This is the kind of bargains we offer you CARSON lit Co We have the premium list and catalog of the Great Ohio County Fair t be held at Hartford September 30 to October 3 inclusive completed ready for dlatrldutlon The premium list has been greatly enlarged so as to in clude most every product It Indus triona husbandry more liberal and valuable premiums have also been of lered for articles herefore Included in the list Under the management of the new company the fair grounds are being beautified and repaired in an uptodate style They expect to make the present seasonS enter tainment one of the most enjoyable and attractive of any fair in the state See their ad in another column Dr A S YewelJ Osteopathic Physician Hours 9 to 12 a m and from i to 4 p m Room 12 New Commercial Hotel Female troubles and chronic diseases a specialty Consultation and examination free 24t JETT WHITE TRIAL 1 In Defense Completes Its Evidence Ewen Tells Same Story as Before The defense in the Jett White trial us which has been in progress at Cyn thlana for the past ten dogs closed us its evidence yesterday and before the of the week Jett and Whites us fate will be with the jury There was a stronger case made out- gainst these alleged Breathitt county at Ills than at the former trial at Jackson A number of new witnesses were introduced who swore that they saw Jett go Into the Court House where Marcum waa shot Immediately be the shooting and saw him come out at a side door a few minutes after Marcum tell mortally wounded Captain Ewen told the same story he told at Jackson that he coos standing In the Court House door talking to Marcum when a shot rang ut and Marcum fell he turned his head and looked down the hall and saw Jett advancing toward Marcum with pistol clasped in both bandsthen ran to save his own life and as be to away heard another shot fired took effect la Marcuma head He did not Me Jett shoot either time to ut saw him with pistol in band and n a position to shoot to The defendantjett and his witnesses testified that he was on the street near to Court House when Marcum was shot This evidence however coos- uccessfully to rebutted and there seems fltyTbe Convention The Democratic convention that as ambled here Monday was composed to about seventyfive Democrats of the county of whom the greater p live here and had come In to here the first day ol Circuit Court They convened about two oclock and proceeded to elect Mr J B WIl on chairman and Heber Matthews A speech was then had by Mr J Edwin Rowe of about an hours length In which he said that flag of our country Is but a dirty filthy rag if it waves over a people each of who are not as freeand posses all the rights and privileges of a cltl of the United States A rousing speech some one said and we think so too It should arouse the indig nation of every true patriotic citizen At the close of Rowes hour of vili ficatlon and condemnation of Rcpub licans a series of resolutions were read and adopted la which they say they renew their allegiance- to Democracy as defined by Thomas Jefferson in his first Inaugural address Jeflerson defined Democracy teeing in favor of elections by the a people and absolute acquisence in the decision of the majority The public will not be deceived by such Demagoguery as this The will 1 of a majority of the people has been too recently overthrown for them to regard this majority rue declaration with much slncerelty The convention completed its work by nominating C E Ford of Fords vllle for Circuit Court Clerk and M D Maddox of Smallhous for Repre an seutatlve Correspondents Wanted We want a regular correspondent at us each of the following places We expenses of mailing communica dons and furnish Tun REPUBLICAN free Write us If you desire the place Beaver Dam Trisler Nar rowsBuford Taylor Mines Wysox Dundee Horse Branch and Roe- lnecataeTOtexa Jeant Ikea ssri Bssgdd rtl J 8rY a I 7 n j PERSONAL MENTION H fI H H C 0 Klmbly Ceralvo was in town FridayJ Bishop Centertown was here Tuesday Bob Ward No Creek was in town Wednesday 1D Holloway Rosin was in town Friday H A Wedding Adnburg was In town Saturday Shelby Wallace No Creek was 1 town Saturday Larkin Wllllamo Centcrtown wa here Saturday A aH C Leach Beaver Dam was In town Tuesday C L Brown Centertown was In town Tuesday W0 Kirk called taBeeu while In town Monday Ffiq G S FItzhugh Dundee was la town Tuesday JyHC Llndley Pt Pleasant was Jn townTaesday C 11 Warden Centertown was here Wednesday Along o Brnnce Smallhdus was in town Wednesday- Dr J S Smith McIIenry was in town Wednesday Ilez Ward No Creek was In town Wednesday Rev Jf A Bennett Beda wwi In town Wednesday Rev J C Cantrlll No Creek was in town Saturday 4Capt A J3 Stanley Wysox was in town Wednesday- Dr Wm Warden Centertown was the city Tuesday JH Davis Tony called to see us while in town Tuesday W S Hill Ceralvo called to see us while la town Saturday- H Or Owen Olaton called to see while In town Monday Is EtATSmlthi Ceralvo called to see D while in town Saturday V M Stewart Beds called to see while In town SaturdaysiT H Boyd Centertown called to see while In tows MoudayWI Nathaniel Motley Trisler called to see us while in town Tuesday I A C Park Clear Run called tovi see us while ia town Monday M Simon Jones Retider called at this office while Ja town Monday Clarence Hill Ceralvo called to see us while in town Monday L A Kimmel Ceralvo called to see us while in town Monday M ji Williams Ceralvo called to the see us while in town 1 londaytoErleAaderson Owensboro attended Circuit Court Monday Attorney C W Masse Owensboro attended court here Wednesday the Wlllam bullock Smalhouse called see ual while in town SMsee us while in town Monday Allen Busklll Smallhouse called and see us while in town Monday rls William Chancellor Ceralvo called and see uA while In town Monday Esq GiW Martin Select called see us while in town Tuesday C RCampbeH returned Monday few orn 1 ftnjlaya stay at Dawson J DrJohnsonSulphur Springs tu a pleasant yesterday H B Taylor Beaver Dam called two see us a while In town Monday Floyd Davis Taffy made us a very Hall while la town Friday Louis Fnlkerson Smallhous called ily to Seem while in town Mondayto Attorney D B Rhoads Beaverth Dam attended court here this week Jas Chancellor Ceralvo make us aw1 pleasant call while in town Monday for Nicholas Barrasaj Taylor Mines vldayBenona Stevens Beaver Dam call tydayProf A P Taylor Beaver Dam called to see us while In town Monday 1 at A W Mils of the Alexander neighborhood called to see us Tues dayJMr and Mrs J W Elsler Narrows our called to set us while In town Wednesday WMi Baugh Taylor Mineswas very pleasant caller while in town Monday f Ben S Ch mberlln No Creek made us a pleasAnt call while in town and uesdaythtown attended Circuit Court here Tuesday Copt Wfirtman Bvansvllle Ind a attended court here Mpnday endto Tuesday Miss Fannie Cox who has been on extended visit at Elkton returned yesterday Joe B Sandefnr Beaver Dam made n very pleasant call while la town Wednesday x Thurman Taylor Beaver Damto made us a very pleasant call while luM town Friday Mrs M L Heavrin will attend the Seven Hills Chautanqua at Owens Heboro next week Miss Stella Mills of the Alexander neighborhood made us a pleasant call Wednesday 1 Master Roy Heavdn will go tojfi rl- nv t- X747 a t so t t SPECIALAUGUSTSALESATf e a We are going to make special prices during this month If You nSer- ianything in the Dry Goods line it will pay you to look nt our goods Our liner rIadies Paris Muslins Etc Woolen Dress Goodsa nice line of brilliant lustres + black and tan Voiles Everything in uptodate Dress Goods jL + Our Underwear Line Nicelinoj Stripe Hosiery for Ladies Misses and Children Also a complete assort tLco Gents Underwear Dont fail to look through this department when in Underwear whether for yourself your children or your husband t Shoes arid SlippersJJ Everything that is now and uptodato will find here A full line of IfiJJ is a specialty with us VVovo got THE stock und tell tho different lasts yland sizes And the prices are much below the values f Latest Millinery fThis Department we keep fresh and full until tho first of August receiving new goods weekly Wo can furnish you with the very latest things in this lino A J 1 full line of Misses and Childrens Hatsprices from 50c up Trimmed Hats from 500 up Dont Fail to visit the Economy Store for Millinery bargains Tho public credits us with being tho loaders in this line THE ECONOMY STORE ft tie 8 V Jt Louisville Monday to have his eyes treated by a specialist Miss Cassle Felts Franklin Ky visiting the family of Mr end Mrs D Rlngo this week Misses Bertie and Sudye Little of City are visiting Misses nee c and Florence Morton S A Park returned Monday from a business trip to Bowling Green Morgantown and Rochester Mrs Charlie Sanders Cook Evans le Ind visited Col and Mrs C Barnett Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Dr E B Pendletonand Miss Hattie Barnett left yesterday to attend the Seven Hills Chautanqua at OwensboroOtis an Ohio county boy who has been at Kentwood La lot past year called to see us while in Tuesday Col C M Barnett arrived from Louisville Sunday to be with his fam- Ily and attend Circuit Court during present term Mrs I H White Charleston Mo- a visiting her parents Mr and Mrs K Cox She was accompanied by son Sammie Messrs Kale Neel and Newt Norris Misses Della May and Bettie Nor Whltesvllle visited relatives in near town last week Mrs J W Rally of Louisville who has been visiting her brother MLHeavrln and family for the past days returned home yesterday Miss Norma Miller who has been visiting friends and relatives In the Cromwell neighborhood for the past weeks returned home Wednes dayMrs Dr C M Heavrin who has been visiting M L Heavrin and tam forthe past two weeks returned her home at Owensboro the first of weekMlsa Heavrin of Loulsvlle has been visiting friends and rel In Hartford and Beaver Dam the past few weeks left yesterday for Central City where she will friends and then return to her Chester Bishop one of Ohio coun s acompllahed young men is tlng a few weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs John Bishop Chester is assistant Cashlerlu a bank CorbinfCardof ThanKs Beaver Dam Ky July 28 1963 We take this method of expressing sincere thanks to our many neighbors and friends who so faith tully assisted ne during the long illness of our daughter Annie who died some time ago While she bore her affliction with patience yet those who have sickness death need the help of fjlenda we were remembered by ours to lastWe e they may never have to bear what we have borne yet if they should we hope to be able to lend a helping hand as freely as they did us J B and JOANNA BLANEBNsnir Y M C A Notes At a meeting of the County Com mittee of Young Mens Christian As sociation on July 31 fgpjMr Felix Lake of Shelby vllle Ky was elected the secretaryship of the County Y C A to begin work about the tell of August Mr Lake is a brother of John Lake who la so well and favorably known to the Association has had twoyeua experience In association work and we are certainly very JorfunaleTn5ecuiriiffhiBervlce Mr Lake succeeds Prof E W Pat terson who has so faithfully and ably lled the position for the past three months We are loathe to give up the service of Mr Patterson but we are looking forward to the same good work and cooperation in the future we have had in the past We hope Mr Lake may have the hearty cooperation of Christian pea ple of our county in the prosecution of the association work Truly T J MORTON County Prea Taylor Mines Y M C A Bible Class meets every Sunday night All men Invited to take part Narrows Y M C At Bible Close meets on Wednesday nights We ere at present meeting at the homes of the young men who compose the class In the Shultz neighborhood All young men are invited to take part in this study B W P Temperance Camp Meeting There will be a Temperance Camp Meeting held at Sulphur Springs be ginning August isth and continuing to the 23rd A fine array of talent has been provided and will have dif ferent speakers each day both gentlemen and ladles Wit wisdom and good cheer will make this a time to be enjoyed and long remembered Good water good speeches good singing good company everything good and everybody Invited to attend t7a9TOZ3 =a- La iiw The klsdd Yell Baro lfwn Be gbt- fMgotaro i Court Notes Circuit Court began here Monday with iron W T Owen presiding for three weeks term with an unusually large docket There is no grand jury at this term and the following are names of the gentlemen who compose the ptltjttry John Blair M J Reid L F Bennettt W R Chapman Thomas Williams J C Mason Robt BBurtoa MBean C R WadeNS Duke A M Barnett Bud Sharp Eugene Maddox Hut Sinnett G S Hamilton John D Johnson W H White F W PIrtle Black Leach Sam Morton EP Stevens W P Leach A H Roes and J C Park The famous SchleltzbanmBoatner Commonwealth case was set for trial at this term by special order It was not tried however by reason of the absence of Commonwealth witnesses The cases set on Tuesdays docket were disposed of as follows W E Grinstead va King Baize dismiss ed P R Kelley c vs Ed David sqn continued H T Crowe vs Sam Keown continued R T Taylor vs C D Chick continued B D Rln go vs Helfrlck MIg Co tried jtfdg mentoi 12500 for plaintiff Wednesdays docket was disposed of as followslN E Moseley vs Ed Ceylon Taylor va Eva vnre Bowling Green Pk Co dismissed Home Ins Co vs C R Campbell submitted to the court R J Daniel vs M E Jarvis contin pfd M E Jarvis vs RJ J Daniel continued I WHITESYILLE KY We are having some fine rains now which are very beneficial to the cropsMiss Anna May Cecil or Owens boro is the guest of Mr and Mrs J HWhcntly this week Mrs Livia Cecil and daughter Harley and Mlos Mary H Wedding attended the association at Fordsvllle last week The Misses Yates of Rochester who have been visiting the Misses Rhodes for several weeks will return totheir home Tuesday Misses Lizzie and Robbie Hayes re turned home last week after a few weeks visit to relatives in gafttotd A Bad BreathI + r i A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pllls They cure con lIysjpJSe All drujjUU I Vmtjotjimooiutba or beard banttlaj brown or ue- BUCKINGHAMS I DYEOK 3hara- w enI Dpn DI N6 a 01 WM M Miss Essie Smith Owensboro re turned home Monday alter a few weeks visit here to relatives Messrs Frank Brooks j M Day and B A Ramsey Owensboro came up Saturday and returned Monday Miss Abble William Owensboro who has been visiting here for some time returned home Monday Mlsss Dora Rhodes gave o party Monday eve in honor of her guests the Misses Yates Rochester Ky Messrs Lawrence Rhodes K Cooms Herbert and Harry Medcalf of Knottsvllle were In town Sunday Miss Bernie Neel Lexington Is visiting relatives here Miss Gladys HIckey returned to her home at Beaver Valley Saturday accompanied by her aunt Miss Ger trude lucky A crowd ofyoung folks spent a few days a Tar Springs last week Miss Anna Hlcky attended the as soclatlon at Fordsvllle last week Mears J O Strothers RP Wedding W W Wedding and Jno Me Brady went to Owsnsboro last week The hay ride to Miss Edna Wrk heads party Saturday night was en joyed by all those who went A crowd of young folks are going to attend the camp meeting at Yet vington Sunday The Editors Accomplishments To inn a newspaper all a fellow Lisa to do Is to be able toWrite poems Discuss the tariff and money question Umpire a base ball game Report a wedding Saw wood- Describe a fire so that the leaderfl will shed their wraps Make a dollar to do the work of tenShine at a dance V Measure Calico Abuse the liquor habit Test whisky r l Subscribe to charity Go without meals Attack free sUverrDefend bimetalllsm Sneer at robbery Wear diamonds i e1OverlookAppraise babies Delight the pumpkin raisers Minister to the afflicted Heal the disgruntled Fight to a finish Set type Mold opinions Sweep the office Speak at prayer meetings Stand in with everybody andevery thing Nowata I T Advertiser t THE NeWYorkOlipper Greatest Theatrical In AmericaAll lreone I ina9ntho the bapprt AMUSEMENT WORLD iPUBLI81fiD8INQLK COPY 10 CENTS 4 For Salo by all Of N tw o word rs In all parts SAMPLE COPY FREE AjjUrow HSW YORK CLIPPBR yj n ow vllf ILr 1 c 4 Hartford RepublIcan FRIDAY AUGUST 7 DEATh BY TORTURE Japanese Sailor Confesses a Fiendish Crime Opens Ills Victims Arteries and Compels HIm to Walk Un tll lie Dies From Loss ot stood New York August 3NokltukalI- toblno a Japancse sailor on the schooner llaguno which brought phosphate rock to a factory near Rah way N J killed a fellow sailor Rita In a most un1Ulual manner He confessed that after cuttthg the ateri- es In Kitoa wrist with his knife he forced him to walk until he dropped dead from loss of blood In his con fesslon he Mid We hail fights many fights We were made or enemies Ten times 20 times I have ten near him on ship when I could have used my I kr e I did not Why Oh there w time enough There was much I vhed to say to him I waited r Whcn we came to the pier we flnizbI our work Then the Captain cay I can go ashore I ask Klto to come He says yes anti se take a little walk We go Into the country I take out my knife and say Kito- I you know I hav waited This Is tne time He put out his hand to push rue and I draw my knife across his wrst so lIe try to hold his wrist with his other band so the blood will not come I take that other arm tight this way so he cannot use It Then I say KiLo let us walk He tries to fight with me but I am stronger and so we walk Yes we walk a long way and each time I see more rd in tic dust of our path I say KUo you remember this word you snld mta you nmember that Dy and by lIe grows so weak he Is near lolling but I do not let him I hold him up and say Kito I will help your Kito you t1Jn1t walk more Rlto you shall walk until you die He Is a brave man lie fights rue ugain but now he Is so weak as a child lIe staggers many times By and by there Is not so much blood He has It not He groans Then there Is a noise in his throat I know that noise I say Kito that Ia enough and I drop him Then I walk until n man finds me Policeman Walling Is the man who found him and took him before Justice Stugg who colUwltted him to the county jail In New Brunswick The other men of the clew arc de tamed as witnesses to the quarrels on shipboard Kitoa body lies In the morgueDyeontoryCurod Without the Aid of Doctor I am just up from a had spell ol the flux dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a well known merchant ot- Drnmmoned Tenu I used one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIarrhoea Remedy and was cured without having a doctor I consider it the best cholera medicine In the world There Is no need oi employing a doctor when this remedy Is used for no doctor can prescrbe a better medicine or bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults It never Calls and Is pleasant to take Pot sale by all druggist Prosperity and Wan Street There are a good many people down East who are worrying because q the great decline In the prices 01- C cks and the unsatisfactory state of togs on the stock market They r 11 that not many years ago the buiness ot the country responded quickly to the conditions prevailing In Wall street and they seem to think this the natural and Inevitable condition of things The whole thing reminds of Lord OverWork Weakens You rIdneysV- ahltby Eldneys sake Impure looa- iIAiSI throughYourmyourtJlood let cut the waste or Impurillesln the blood It they are sIck or out cI order they tail to do their work L Pains aches and rheo- matlm come from ex thebloodkIdney trouble MIIliKIdney trouble causu quick or unsteady heart beatand rnai e one feel as though they had heart trouble because the Is b kldncypolSurinarytroublex nearlyallnthg In kidney crouble 4 m1takebyKllmcrSWAmpRoot Itsvondcrfuland 13 sold on its merlta by alidruggl3tinhifty cent and onedollar jz- cs k You may hays a ofreetrollbleMenllonCo Binghamton ti YrD- oIC makci any mistake but remember the name wampRt Dr KIlmer BInghamtonny Dundrearys famed conundrum Why does a dog waggle his tall The answer will be remembered by p all who every saw the play Our b American Cousint Because the dog in bigger than the tall If the tail l were bigger than the dog the tall vonld wngle the dog Time was when Wall Street was i the dog and the remainder of the countrys buslneJ8 was Un caudal ap- pendag Therelore the tail waggled A tihcncvef Wall otreet caused It to do so The tall has however grown bigger than the dog nd the contortions of the latter which ere caused by dyspepsia reaultiug from audi gtstcd stcutltles affect It not useA whit JIIUl the energetic and breezy president ot the Great Northern railA way has just returned to St Paul from an outing lu the East and he is sun cheerily optimistic alter having noted conditions In Wall street at short mngeHe says the people of the great Northwest arenot worrying about doings Iu Wall Street They are too buzy harvesting the record breaking crops getting out lumber I and developing the mining Interests which have added so uiuch to the wealth ofthat section of the country It Is rather novel one must admit to see the people of the country show tag so little concern over Wall Street manipulations The bulls and bedraI have been having an exciting setto In that arena but the public refuse to become paulcstrlcken There Is too much legitimate business In the way of Industry and commerce to engage their attention and theantlca itt Wall Street are Ignored Stocks up or downand lust nowfor a tInseI thy have been seeking the bottom atI a lively ratebut trade moves onI steadily and prosperously No better evidence could be given of healthy soundness in the prevailing coudlI tlonsj and It means a continuance or the prosperity which has blessed usI for some 1easIThe tall has grown too big for the dog to waggle Speculation In stocks Is no iou er a potent factor In business couditious The enormous de velopment of the country baa taken capital Into legitimate channels which offer safer and more profitable investment than the turbulent arena Ofatock manipulation Sound bnsl- neso enterprises find plenty of money while the stock speculators find It hard to borrowEx e S Boy Cured of CollcAftar Physicians Treatmont Had Failed My boy tour years old was taken with colic and damps In his stomach I sent for the dcctok and lie Injected morphine but the child kept gettIng worse I then gave him half a teas puonfulol Chamberlain ColIc Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy and In hall an honr hewaa sleeping and soon recoveretlF L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilkins Is book keeper for the Shell Luke LumbEr Co For sale byall druggists in- RENFROW II KY August 3Mt T M Keown died the 2r2d of July age elghtythree years The cause ol his death was ageMr Fletcher Morris baby Is quite sick at this writing Mrs Della Baize Is very sick at this writing Mr Park Daughertys wile who hu been sick toy quite a while Ls no better Mr H P Allen and family with George Thomas and family went to Chlldrens Day at Hopewell the Fourth Sunday Mr Homer I3arten has moved his sawmill near this place and wlll be gin to saw next week H T Crowder went to Dundee this week Physician and Druggists Ford Strgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky write We were requested by Dr GD Suigley to send Jor Uerblne for the benefit of our customers We ordered three dozen In December and we are glad to say Herblne has given such satlslactlon that we have duplicated this order three times and today we gave your salesman another order We beg to say Dr G B Snlgley takes pleasure In recommending Her blue Sot bottle at r H Williams CASTOR IA Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought BearS the BlguautOOr p RIPANSTabnlcs Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent tacket noughtor oulIl oixaetons aeipilyfor5 In Memory Of Elton EUzabet1 the darling babe of Mr and Mrs MannIe Ward who departed this lIfe July the 25th age one year eight months and seven daysNow dear parents 1 do not ask that you dry yours tears for they often relieve our sad hearts As much as Uetl1 In you put away your sad fee jugs and live for your remaining loved one Remember your baby Is In heaven and try to be thankful that her little Sect wilt nevermore know any stormy paths or uneven ways of life No harm can come to her there she Is safe forevermore Think of what she enjoys and forget u what you have to endure To be patient under n heavy cxoaa Is no small raise to bCcOntente Is more but toe cheerful in the highest pltc1of christian fortitude I send some inus entitled My Darlings Shoes 001 bl tlh llttk Ice tbtcnn teyer FO rtray- orthelitUe hOe art napls III rayclot hid away- eomOtluee talc oDe III my hand torgwtttna tnl lace Jl I Ii little llaltworn hot not halt IorF- cnougb tot ine- Dd nil ft elite 1111 a i of bitter loe4 and Inlp A s ihari ac whea year ego It tnt IllS heart III twain Oh IIttio fret that weary not I walt Sot tbtlllilo more tor I QW drUflng OlIb the tide stud they have reMhed the ihor- aI hUe the bllllding teurdrupa wit thteIltUes- hoee co old I try trruUflttfnd then I lay them down again but atway- turntdCa3r God blee the little loot that now co snretj cannot stray nd whit I tbns am mtandtng I IIlmoet seem toe Lhe titUs rorn Itld me Joot Belt ned to be- 1ht little ieee uplifted with Its lolt and tender eye tb w1 niIbt have known that loot was born ellaradlo roach y prm out fondly but they daol the flupt3 chair For theres nothing of toy denieS but the- shosbnerdtowear Oh the blttereetot partlugeannot bedooo away Until Inwt mdllrll1f where tIlet can newer stray When I no toot nm driftIng upon the Ioklojlf tide Unt with him aafelytunded op the other sido- t patient heart whfle wettiu tbcee the shining way For the little feet In thlgoldfD etreet can never go atray- I4TRIit 4- A Worm Killer J A 3 Montgomery Puxiccr Wayne Co Mo writes I have little twin girls who have been bothered with worms all their lives I tried everything tu relieve them which tailed until I used Whites Cream Vcr mllugej the first two does brought four worms horn one of them the next two doses twelve one of them them measuring twelve Inches the other child was only relieved of four worms It Is a most excellent med icine Whites Cream Vermifuge Is good for chlliren It not only des troys worms It helps the child to per tect growth wards oil sickness scat J H Williams m ray up your subscription to rUE RElJILICAX and one year in advance and 25cts ad litional find get The LOUIS VILLE WEEKLY HERALD ono year and make a guess at the number of votes the next Governor of Ken tucky will receive you may he thu lucky one ifyou make the nearest guess you get 4000 in cash 238 other pro miums ranging from 500 up to 1000 it cost you noth ing additional to guess why not do it today TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tate IRIathe Itromo Quinine Tablets 1- drOi tot rrlonll the money lilt fails to cure J- w Ouyoa signature n on each box k- S S S For Sale A Scholorshlp lit Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply to this office 5 I GOODLOE COMBS Dies Suddenly at Cynthlanl of Appendicitis CyntbIBnaAugIGoodloeComb8- ohe of the witnesses for the defend ants In the Jett and White case now on trial died this morning at Mrs McKinleys boarding house alter a brief mneslI with appendicitis He was taken suddenly Ill Friday afternoon and the doctors worked with him aU night and until death came at 6 oclock this morning Combs was one of the most expert rifle and pistol shots In the mountains of Eastern Kentucky He was sentenced to the penitentiary for llle for the assassination of John Rose at Clay City but was pardoned bykv ernor Beckham Combs ws the man who was sent by Judge Redwine to escort a squad a soldiers through the mountains at night to capture an unwilling witness for the State at the Jackson trial and who on nearing the home oC the man wanted ran out In front of the sol dler fired on his pistol and yelled at the top of his voice thus warning and permitting the man to escape In the dark Constipation And aU symptom and Results of Indigestion 1ktI t1 reond brU us If- OR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER IKon pleqc4ItbbY DOt OS- PfrE II 1Jc5ttsprouInenterthnto JtanileCOlllllpatiou Vowda wtiom It tad doD rut good gays Ir wia be btPD to teal- WItC It ouc rouleg with RUes as Ha euwuwpJe4w5p4 h Curfd ci thta 1110 drc bodli allml1lU is now a well non and doe eu D nedidne It poersaictsdithImauner1veitIt pT9Ts U we u the tlnlfr II vIeCd3od to rIiadvourxaoaevThU PUARMACAL CO- UvuavtSk tad The Kind You Ilav Mway Bought anl vIiIch bRA lecn In use for over 30 years bus borne the signature ot has been matte under lila FCr 4rand supervision since Its Inthucy- V no ono to lecelvo you In thin All Counterfeits Imitations nml Justugootl nro but ExlOrIitiCflt3 that trifle with nail endanger the health ot- Infl1nts and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA tlastorla Is n Itarinless substitute for Castor on Paro- goric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Plenaflt It contuins neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago Is Uti guarnutco It destroys Vonu5- nntl allays Feverishness It cures Dlnrrlloon and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flntulcucy Xt nnslmLlates tire Iood regulates the Stomach anti Dowels giving healthy and natural sloop The Ohildrens PanaceaTho llotllcr FrIend CE1UINE CATORIA ALWAYS Dears the SIgnature of ci r Q The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years tMC CINU eOH fWUNC stCtIT 11W C0C em = S 17 I LOOK A STITCH tN TIME HUgnLsjI TODICllntflolltabDIUfllllf1prlngiioHaII PALATABLE prwente chill Deun the iIr tomes lip thelira Acts tnBetter tha CaortI sri QoiJIine THE OLD nULtADLEItlm EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well Ils a Sure Cute for Chills and Fevers Malarial FeversSwamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what you need at thi5eason IT lIVER UlS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic rEJ TOlt Don t take any Sutstituc M1 Drngglsts SOc 1 Bottles PREPARED BY SUCCESSWORTH Forty yenre euueee In the 5oathprovee17OBINSONPETTIT COMPA1Yll- ngheTonicagToatrenedy for Ch119nICO9ILtTSDIand n1iMnlarial FeveN I LOUISVILLE iC- YA Perfect Trip ro the National Encampment G A R- 8ap Francisco Cat Aug 1722 From Kentucky Points Louisville Henderson st Louis R R IouisyillQ Nashville R R Missouri Pacific Ry Doiivei Rio Grando R R Rio Grando Western Ry southern Pacif ic Ry rlhrough Luliman Totirit Sleepers for San Francisco will leave Louisville August 9th 830 pm Round trip from Louiville 535O- Arrangements have been made permitting those that go with the headquarters train to spend one day In Denver one day In Colorado Springs one d y In Salt Lake City and the schedule Is so prepared as to permit a daylight ride through the Rocky Mountains When Denver Is reached the Seelqg Denver car will take the 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