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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4T THE IIARTFOR MuJjLKM n i Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORVAH OF THE PARIIjI THE FOURTH COmEUIOmOIHUi1 Subscription 1 a year c VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1903 No4q Wanted to be 0 HeardFrom Bufferingfromfalling of womb or lrom leucorthea reICrlptioa1 and makers of tt worldfamedmedicine would like IW to hear from such personand It will be theyofferJjoo orany CAae of the above malaJlci which can not cure 3000 FORFEIT will aim be paM if they cannot show the original signature of the individual volunteering the testi monial below and of the writers of every testimonial among the thousands publishingthniWORLDS DISPENSARY MKDICAL As EOCMTlOif Proprietors Buffalo N Y A tiuschuuttpwomsn Mrs Carrie P Usa ifaLhournof the Order of the natern star wrote ber excellence it follows Your Favorite fre rzntdycliiilcmt lor ourjtsra t1h pulti ny triodanet I Jrcdr Ue f the thur a S knew It meant two or thtee Atrf multi Tried wrenl different wlttlT remedies whateyerOnewu uUiIu11 ad who fold me that she bid 11Ifound that the teal ralue of your medicine was tetter nn thin mjr expectation and the 101Iowla newhfI favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women The Common Sense Medical Adviser sentlireAddrtsiDr MEAT MALT I AL ONIO alto lllCOHeTIIUCTIYl There1 Lite aa 5 Strength In tnf Drop A scientific combination of the cstcatial- comtltucnU of PRIME BEEF and PURR OLD MALT taulnilk Kf JituuryiJ i p M tAT IUtALT CO IxmUrUU K- yCest1tnIIiInumbs4yrair rMcaliB Mill tol tinc I III kdtualnttd with lu roxlt ol numucnn an IfJ7tft Mm tnd blood tonic II tidies it and hnlrnratei dbetuon Stat opecU tMtliai IflbeVQUS aralnoSal- 41aMIIIICDcS wills debdiry Yesri tntl- jLDKASTENfl1NEMD LocUvlUt CclVt ol Phatmwy KKXT MALT BOH LuIawII1K khll Teltt Cur jW Impntum lota of oitaxt statWftou Sfantetotrlua tlHsxtnta E4lDItni- tmalyiaBlliO Will Yipr 43rn 60 a 1eUr1MI W ru IIB I- wrS Ian UtIuI Ok toil Lucuc Air rr LOUIS Mad i DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST 00 OWENSDORO KY Cash Capital S5OOOO SteeUotdrs AddtI Lliblllty 110000 Ovirstitsi FuadforCvatomrsOO00- 0Ikta roerin nbjoet to check Costa naiLing to aefatn or cturk oat All rut bed t r snaiL liMrral raI on tam drrodu PER cEP4TSarttthaSorLrrci- torhorttodI InttrertbtcliutomedtaUlr can or welt tot further pwtlcuUn T I ASnEIMOV 1IAut Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Kepublican f Miss Ide M Snyder Treasurer of the iBIOOk17D Iiaa End Art Club 1 If women more attention to their htaIth ws would have more hippy Iwlvu mothizi end dsuhtus and II they oburvs results they wol4 that thi dodOl prescrijtt1oni do iot- d perform ths many ewse iii S Q H In consulting wlthmy druu1d hi ad- vkd MtIlru Thid ford JlukDrught and so I took It and hey every rwon thank him for III- WD jut opened up to me with tutored health n Itonly tokthrtc months to urtmeH r Wino orCardu Is tt regulntorof the meitruftl futwtions a astonishing tonlo for women It cures reS toofrequcnt irreg larand menstruation fn1l1lljf r9f the womb whites and flooding It- II hQlpful approaching woun hood pregnancy tfter thIid birth and In cbango of It ho Quently brings a dear baby to homes been barren for All have tUX bottles of Wine of taraul INEoFCARDUI LL i1ib IJll til U TURNED DOWN PROTEST OF WRONGED GIRLS FATHER Gov BeckHatn Turned Loose Eva Jacksons Seducer at the ReM quest of Political Friends and Supporters PARDON RECORD IN TilE CASE OF THOMAS II GREEN WADE Shows That the Request of John J AKeman for Joe Raleighs Pardon was Used as an After thought in Defense ENTERTAINED IN HOTEL WHILE POLITICIANS SOUGHT EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY Irankfott Ky Aug 5GovI Deckham has Bought to defend bls lca tion In pardon ori the request of the father ot the girl whom Raleigh bin tally killed for icslstlng Insulting proposals That this is purely an af ter though Is evident from the fact that he took exactly opposite action In the case of Thomas H Greenwadc Jr of Montgomery county In thin case the father of the girl made a In strong protest agalnat the pardon but It was granted all the same at the request of Gov Beckhams political ol agents and supporters Greenwade was tried at the April by 1911 term of the Montgomery Circuit Court and sentenced to serve one year in the penitentiary for the seduce tion of Miss Kva Jackson under a promise oi marriage The trial of young Greenwade who was a well mill created a st1r In I w881givengirl who cbarged him with being the lather of her child or going to the penitentiary he said that he would go to prison in A NUW WRINKLE IN IfIt NKI oaT IWhen he was brought to Frank fort to be Imprisoned a number of Montgomery county politicians accom panied him and he was entertained In I the lobby of the Capital lintel while the politicians conferred with Gov i Beckbain about pardoning him The etertalnlng of could in the hotel while appeals were made for clemency was a new wrlnkleat FrankI tort and attracted much comment Nothing was done at the time how Is ever and the young man was commit ted to the penitentiary On July it following Gov Beck ham pardoned Greenwade writing the following Indorsement upon the pardonThe Circuit Judge the Common wealth1 Attorney and nine of tbeI jury and other good citizens request the pardon of this young man Cir cumstances In the case how reasons justfylng clemency The pardon Its therefore granted The letters flied with the record do not show that there was any question of Greenwades guilt and the only reason given by the letter writers are that the family of the convict deserved sympathy as they were bumllI iated by his misfortunes One of the letters Is from Judge John K Cooper who on personal and political grounds counseled the pardon ol Goodloe Combs convicted as an cessory before the fact to the assassination of John A Rose An other Is from William Young a brother of AIHe W Young who nom inated Gov Beckhatn to succeed him self There Is also lu the record the petition of nine jurors asking a pardon for Greenwarde None of the jurors piofesa to believe that the young men was Innocent ol the crimeThe letters mentioned are presumably the baste of Gov Beckhams action In freeIng Greenwade TIIU KATHBRS IROTHSTI The following letter was reselved by Gov Beckhatn from the father ol the girl protesting against the par don and Is filed with the record lIt Sterllpg April 17 tyi Gov JCWBeckhamFrankfortKy Dear Sir We are Informed and be- lIeve that there will be an effort male to Induce you to pardon Thomas Greenwade Jr who was convicted at the present turn of the Montgomery Circuit Court and sentenced to one years Imprisonment for seduction urder the promise of marriage From what we can see and learn they are procetdlng very quietly In the matter The people of this county and especially of this neighbor hood In which Greenwade resides do enter a ptotett The papers are now being prepared hut in case a petition for pardon should be filed earlier than we anticipate would your honor be kind enough to notify us so the protest can be hurried up iil i1I trust you will take no action till we notified Yours truly JOHN R JACKSON Father of the Girl JDDOK COOIBR3 LETTER The letter ol Circuit Judge John It Cooper a friend ol Mile and William Young was as follows under the date 01 July 9 Dear Governor Thomas H Green wade who fa now serving a sentence the Frankfort penitentiary was tried at the April term of the Mont gomery Circuit Court upon the charge seduction under promise of mar riage The evidence was taken down Mr Snef my stenography reporter The evidence will show you the tact In the ease The defendants parents are good citizens ot Montgomery county They are in fact as honorable and reputable people as there are In Montgomery county feel sorry lor them Since the trial public sentiment has charged I Understand that the principal prosecut- Ing witnesses have relented and would be glad to see the young men released and that their sole object prosecuting the trial was to seethe character of the girl vindicated therefore recommend the pardon Yours truly J E COOPKR Here also it Is said the prosecuting witnesses has relented but the protest of the gills father was there on the file William Young a brother of Mile Young and a number of the Democratic State Executive Committee to Gov Beckham as follows on July 8 1931 LIX think Thomas Greenwade who now In the Frankfort penitentiary serving a sentence of one year for the seduction under promise of marriage should be pardoned and I hope you will pardon him Your friend WKUAM YOUNG This Is the whole olMr Youngs He does not give any reasons why the young man should be pardoned II Physician and Druggists Ford Strgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hilt Station Ky write We were requested by Dr G B Snlgley to send for Herbtne for the benefit of our customers We ordered three dozen In December and we are glad to say Herbine has given such satisfaction that we have duplicated this order three times and today we gave your salesman another order We beg to say DrG B Snlgley takes pleasure In recommending He- rblnesoc bottle at JrH Williams OAA TonXAeBtn lit TkIIdYIlfii30MIiBIi- Reading Blgnttin lI J- or a Ladys Lips Miss Lillian Ketuble oi Chlago declares that marriage would be no longer a failure If lablology were understood by people who wed blindly abology she declares a most 1m portant scientific study the study of character by the shape expression and texture of the lips Lablology should in Miss Kcmbles estimation be the very ABC of lovethe key to ones destiny Miss Kemble does not propose the establishment of chairs of lablology In America univer sities and colleges The selection ol professors might for a time offer diffi culties serious if not Insurmounta ble Should the professor of lablolo jy be a man or a woman The subject Is one of Interest as profound for men as It is for the gentle sex Men consider themselves excellent Judges of ladles lips They find them sources of Inestimable delight So inviting are The fleshy folds sur rounding the orifice of the month to use Miss Ktmbka own Utgu ige that men oRen find cHffiiculty In keep lug away froiuthese tempting adorn menta of the womanly face The bard of Avon spoke for all men when he wrotrIObnwrlpetnshoa Thn Ups tbose Listing Cborrles poW Men have an abiding rule In refer ence to womans lips The owner o a pretty mouth is always designated CI I r t dv ii I I and held to belIa good fellow Bitt- ft learner to this rule might disqualify men for professorships of lablology Woman could be however found in large numbers to fill the bill The class of lablology would draw crowds of students especially if the professor were young beautiful and favored with charming Ups such as Robert Greene writes oft Her llpn nro oonnra bed with dew Or like the pnrple of NarclMtii flower No trust their lAir nowlml doth wait their power Hat bj her breath her beunUes do renew The number of women with beau tlful lips is in the opinion of man kind very large but Miss Kemble emphatically declares that perfect lips are few She says It ia amply a revcltloa KUbo the lips are too thick or too thin some looking like a square cut face a mere porthole for food and an ex port hole for talk while others ap pear weak anti Infantile And again Dame Nature lion made the lips too severe angular con temptuous bitter hard or too mild charactetlitic luslpM And so on through the entire Up catalog cat eporyI 1 wlthjmany scientists and others whose favorite themes are pryslognomyIt two fleshy folds sur 1orare ineffectually of character and may be read with the same ease and interest as the latest book by one inltated into the mysteries or the Up language These for Instance are the infallible signs for youth to study if they would shun an unhappy alliance and find the road to connubial bliss Miss Kemble is good enough to give some Important signs to lovers If the lips of your sweetheart border a large and generous mouth the lady is warmhearted and affectionate and as a wife would be gentle loving devoted and truthful But It the largeness and generosity ofthe mouth be too pronounced Its possessor ia set down AS coarse in nature and un desirable as a mate A small mouth with tightly drawn lips indicates marked sellcontrol with occasional fits of ill temperent not a bad com bination says Miss K liable as oc casional clouds often make sunshine all the brighter ThosHlps which develop fullness in the center indi cate rtfined love Miss Kemble lets us no further for the moment into the secrets of lablology She has direct ed attention to the science Lovers have given close study to ladles lips but it remained for Miss Kemble to emphasize the sclentfic aspects of womanly lips and opens another avenue for womans activities Profess ors lablology will now no doubt be heard of and in some Instances at least obtain a large clientage with out reference at sex age or even previous conditions of aervltndeBx Boy Cured of Colic After Phy siciansTreatment Had Failed My boy four years old was taken with colic and cramps In his stomach I sent for the doctor and be injected morphine but the child kept getting worse I then gave him half a teaspoonful oi Chamberlain sCollc Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half an honr hewas sleeping and soon recovered F L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr WilkIns Is book keeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by J IL Williams Job Lots Her Specialt- yHeIf I shoulderask you for just one little kiss would you refuse tntSheWell I guess yes Im riot running a retail department Phila delphia Inquirer The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht- rfllnlr nerd I rlntlMintdeaths are caused b- jItheart disease pneumonia heal or apoplex are often the resur of kidney disease II kidney trouble Is allowed to advance tht ildneypolsoned ilood vil vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of tho kidneys and a cure ii obtained quickest by m proper treatment ol the kidneys If you ar feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing II and overcomes thai unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manyIextraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollai sized bottles You may Kyfl have a sample bottle of this wonderful new die coveryand a book that = toils all about it both nonuotawunpRoct sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer It Binghamton N Y When writing men reading this generous olfer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember SwampRoot Dr Kilmers 1SwampRoot and the addross Binghamton N Yon every bottle L 0 PRIZE LOVE LETTER Mllwankee Girl Wins 10 for at Ideal Production of That Kind Miss Anne Evans of this city knows how to write a love letter Asa result of a competition she hits re celved a 10 prize for having turned in the Ideal love letter4Itreade My Dearart My love letter what anml say to you Why that tonight I am rIchrich with a womans whole opulence the joyof giving i Att my childhoods gladness nll oTfagIrrs lender secret drciml o the unfolding mystery of life all of a womans yearning potentialities for Sacrifice all these I coin into the new shining gold ol my love from mines In depths unguessed unfair omed save by you and given not In spendthrift recklessness but with jealous care that every bit of iU preeIlousncss may come to you hYes Im jeaousnot ol your love for me but of my love for you Because unspeakable dear as your love Is to me that is my life my lovd for you I think that must be atia gift to woman and even that I give yon Good nightNew York Sun Dysontory Cured Without thaI Aid of Doctor I am just up from a had spell ol the flux dysentery says air T AI Pinner a well known merchant of Drummoned Tenn I used ore I small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Was cured without having a doctor I consider it the best cholera medicine In thejyotld There Is no need 01 employing a doctor when this remedy Is used for no doctor can prescrbe a better medicine for bowel complaint In any form either for children or adults It never falls and is pleasant to take For sale by IH Williams RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A good prescription t For mankind rh1i cent pocket enough for luunloceiuloua rue family bottle CO ceuta contains a supply for a year All draggUU pelt then In Memory of Mrs Sarah Haynes On the evening of the aoth ol July 1903 tKe death angel visited the community of Haynesvllle and claimed for Its own Mrs Sarah Haynes wife olj H Haynes Mrs Haynes had been sick for a long time confined to her bed for many weeks yet she bore her sufferings with the gretest pa tience always having a kind word for everyone and seemed at all times to be submissive to her Masters will and ready to answer His call at any mo ment She died not in her bloom of wo manhood but had reached the age of eightyone and past She was a woo man of high aspiration although many privileges and acts of charity were denied her she murmqred not and her talk and steps were always for good and for the betterment of humanityTo her was only to love her just one week before she passed away she called her children and grand children around her bed and when they assembled there she said to them You are all here excepting two These two being her oldest granddaughter and her husband She then said I havent long to stay In this world nod I would love to see them one more time These ar rived later in the day She then said You are all here now and became perfectly satisfied She knew every one until the very fast In that home is a vacancy that can never be filled around the fireside there Is nn empty choir a chair that was filled by one who always greeted every one with a smile and lovelng ttords Words are to feeble to ex prerfs our sorrow by the death of this dear one It Is hard indeed for us to i give up the thought that we have no grandmother here oa earth But there Is a blessed thought left us that there Is one who doeth all things well and that grandma Is only sleep lag and shall sleep until the angel sounds the trumpet that time shall be no more then ttth the angels and all blessed of God twll1 be permitted to walk the golden streets of the New Jerusalem Let us weep not but look onward and upward knowing that she Is free from burning diseases and blighting poisons forevermore and strive harder to live for Jesus EG that when the great judgment morn shall dawn we will be permitted to sit at the right haul of God where sorrow and pain ate no more A LOVING GnANDDAUGUTltllII TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Ink lnirvllvo nromo quinine Tablets All rtrjmnlMH refund tho money lilt falla to cure K W drove tltf nuturo In on ach boa SAc II Short 80000 Boston Mass Aug 8Iu a lette from Montreal the treasurer Allen nor the Preachers Aid Society of Ncw England Conference Methodist Eps copal Church hOB confessed he was s defaulter to the amount of more that eighty thousand dollars of the socle 1 J j J 2 rc THOUSANDS OF FAIR WOMEN HERALD PRAISES FOR PERUNA Catarrhal Dyspepsia andNervous Prostration Makes Invtilldsor More Women Than All Other Diseases Combined Systemic catarrh causes nervousness poor appetite tired feelings leruna cures catarrh wherever located LETTEBS FBO1X VOMEK Miss Anna Prcscott Letter Miss Anna 1rcscott In a letter from 210 South Seventh street Minneapolis Minn writes I was completely used up last fall myappetite had tailed and licIt weak and tIred all the time My druggist advised mo to try Peruna and the relief I experienced slEet taking one bottle was truly wonderful- II continued Its use for live weeks madam glad to say that my complete restoration to health was a happy trydendsAnas i atys funds Allen has been treasurer of the society for twelve years He left home a week ago and the first heard of him was the letter to a clergyman Allen said be lost the money in speculation and requests the minister to notify the members of his family and officers of the society ol his confession 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 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 disease Is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and i Diarrhoea Remedy There is no loss ol time when It is used as one or two doses of it will cute any ordinary at tack It never falls not even in the most severe and dangerous case For I sale by J H Williams CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Killing Mosquitoes by Music How to get rid of the pestiferous moiqulto is a question which is just now giving a good many people much serious concern The latest plan we believe is to exterminate it with mu sic which Is being tried with more or less success by an experimenter Brookllne Mass His theory is thai- a certain mrislcal note paralyzes the i r Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion l Itulnttl removed by the ute il DR- GERMAN CARLSTEDTS LIVER POWDER Money refunded II you ao not elected with result ha cured thousand why not you 1 Slackn a prominent nervhantel togafel n or ytar frpiq- esaatlpetloe and litdjjesUon Illd was prevaute 11000 tO try Dr GrinC u1 bad dons rezt lood thbtkendru a will uan don us 1II11e dnetraII U FS ifltkti4 In b1mIIlBU II wUlCOIt you only Z3 cents alld Ibould It po BTOMUwtur the dnntn u tuiboriud 1- 4IIlull4Our mow TUB AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO- t BvtnaTlHc Sod I I wwwwwwuFeruna a Tin FrUnd to Women Mist Korcnoo Allan a beautiful Chi cago girl writes tho following from 73 WaltonViacot As a tonlo for a worn out system Pcruna stands at tho hoed in my esti matlon Its efTocta are trnly wonderful In rejuvenating the cntlro oyitcm I keep it on band all tho time and never havo that tired fooling as a tow doses always makes mo fool llko a different woman Florence Allan Fornna will bo found to effect an Im mediate and lasting curo In all canes of It acts and thodlseasromuoousmemIbrance RHEUMATISMand cured ARGON is tho remedy its effect is marvelous relieving instantly it and are not satisfied money will be cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c Argon 136 Louisviile Ky pests Upon hearing it the insects plunge lifeless upod the Instrument plan seems simple enough and It is a wonder no one ever thought of it before Any person whose neighbors have a piano and a sedulous daughter who practlcesone I twothree or stags ragtime or Jerusalem does not need to told the baleful Influence of music If theI performance of the Trolley Car Gallop on the piano or the passionate vocalizing of Ob Promise Mel can exert the effect which it shows upon the tough human organ ism how much more lataHt might prove to so fragile creature a mosquito However there some rather se rious objections to the Brookline method and nervous persons may regard the remedy as worse than the disease Human endurance Is 01I bytplayerspopular airs and it would be stag gering to humanity to say of the insect when the mosquito killing musicians got fairly to work The fear is entcttalned that this pro cess would stimulate the composition of Dew music to bring In the fatal note We have enough of the tone thanclllB On the whole the Brookline should bedls coUraged Ss annoying aa is the mosquito pest it is much to be pre I furred to the torture that would follow I the general of the proposed remeily JJx i a IWhat It Says I platform docs protcellCnII successfully Insist on good wages improII say The says it has en nbkd labor to secure good wages and proIltuctious r Ir wwwwrwPeruon Hakes You Foci LUre 0Kew 1ereoa Miss Marie Coats popularyoung wo manof Appleton WU andTrcsWeat oC 1 the Appletoa Young I dleaClubwrttMt Wbea that languid tired feelteg cornea over you and your food no lectastes good and small annoyance krt tate you Pcruna will make you fedTBke another person inside ot a week f I have now used It for three seasons and find it very valuable and elSoftol ous1I1s Mario Costa yoncionotdortvopromptandcatfafactory write atonco to llnttmon giving a full statement ofyour case and ho wilt bo pleased to give you his valuablo ad yfee gratis Address Dr Ilartman President of Hartman Sonlterlum Columbus 0 OIL almost Try it you your lk Oil Co W Main The that be of powerful nearly are nothing alredy plan adoptloa platform Dr exhibit weakness when they bange the text oi the platform Ja ewkr to satisfy themselves with the amtof fault they are able to find with It Slox City Journal WatchForaChlii However slight at this time of year and in this climate it is the forerun ncr of malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chili Herbine by its prompt stimulative action on the lives drives the malarial germs ort of the system purifies the blood tones tip the system and restores health soc at J H Williams Wanted to Know MotherYes Freddy Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy and wealthy and wise Freddy Whats that mamma a new kind of breakfast foodNew York HeraldiNasal CATARRH In all tta stages theta braid bo elcanline- MElji Cream Balm eieanseseoothendbeaatlt It ones caturh sad drives away a told la the head oufrkI vreBalm la placed late the MitrU sfeseM cv Uw SiBmSrsaa sad la absorbed KtlWUto1 modtato sad a euro follovft It U sot drjtogdoe Botprodoeoinoetbic wIG Size 50 cents at Dreg ilttior by mall Trill Size U cent by malL EMT I1ROTUEKS M Warren Street Now Tort THE NewYork ISTIIE Clipper Grtaifsf Thiatricil Paper in America 3 Alt in tIns hiaaaon lngIntbuAMU8MENT WORLD Cannot afford to bo without It tJPUBLISHED WEEKLY S4 PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 10 CENTS For Sole partsj I tSAMPJUE COPY FREE Addreaa NEW YORK CLIPPER j ow VprK City Ji Jl Hartford Republican bead bjr tb Hartford IubllnblngCompanjrIN- OOSrOJUYID C E 8HIT11EdltorT27LSPgI02ST- DCumbrlotan 34- xve igh n1CozFRIDAY AUGUST 14 REPUBLICAN TICKET Foa OorimiOR MorrU D Belknap Faa LlIUTtXAICT OOTEBXOBJ n VIIhOJt FOB TaUll1uaJobo A Jllack FOB ACDiron 0org W Welsh FOB ATTOHXM Ots BAtW M Becknr FOB flKCSHABr or BTATBJ C Speight FOB Sl1ruL TINDIC1LhIDgtoD McCartney FOB COUUIMIOCEB or lctLTtnEOeorge- nattr Foa CLCBK or COVET or ApriiM J 1I1iew man Foa 8UTE BIIUTorll S Dennett You KrrBMKHTATivie Dr A ft 1ark FOB CJBCVIT CouaT CLIBCB 0 ITarrsM 1 MOST of the latter day Democratic leaues are suffering from a chronic at tack of death IF the Democrat party in Ken tucky cant afford a platform why not use a epringboard TUB Democrats it they would pnt their heads together and try nigh- agree on a platform consisting of one word and that word be Object WHEN a man gets his mental far ulties to working oft just right it is just as natural for Lira to bo a Repub lican as it is for the dewdrops to in fueo now lifo into a parched plant A PKOMINEOT Democrat recently remarked that a financial panic would insure Democratic success Yes and Democratic success would insure a financial panic The rule will work both ways you see YOUR Uncle Grover Cleveland has a now baby boy at his home A de lightful task has the exProeident of naming the boy Wonder if ho wont be named William Jennings Bryan Cleveland IT is not well to look with favor upon Democracy when she wants of fice She is sugar and spice and ev erything nico during the campaign but nfterwarda she bites like a ser pent and stings like sitting down on knitting work IF you are interested in selecting a competent man to fill the office of Circuit Judge and another to fill the vacancy which has long existed in the office of Commonwealths Attor ney you should attend the Republic an convention which will be held hero August 29th HE Beckham has brought law and order out of a condition of an arcby and has dedicated every power of his high office to the enforcement of the laws and the protection of life and property in every portion o the State Ohio county Democrati- platform c The writer of the above is distinctively now specie of the genus homo A chemical analysis of hl system would show a tough substance resembling steers hide for an outside covering while in the interior would be found only gall IT will not bo forgotten that Capt B J Ewen the principal witness against Jett and White and who is being vilified by Judge Hargis Sher ing Callahan and their hIredattor neys in an attempt to discredit his testimony was at the time Marcurn was killed a deputy sheriff under Sheriff Callahan and his appointment to that position had boon ratified by Judge Hargis If he is of bad char acter why did these selfsame men choose him as a deputy sheriff It must be that he did not have that badcharacter or he was selected to do dirty and illegal work and if the latter bo tho accepted opinion the log ical and easy conclusion is that Judge Hargis and Sheriff Callahan are just such officers as may be guilty of schemes to secure murder arson and purjury He was their chosen depu ty and in addition was selected by Judge Hargis to make a pretended search for the aemasi- oBECKIIAMS PARDON The Democratic papers of the State are making a desperate effort to con vince the public that Governor BeckI hams action in pardoning Joe Raleigh the would be rapist and mur derer of an innocent little girlshould be condoned and excused Their great cat plea for condonation Is that the father of the murdered girlconsented that Rale Lbmightbe pardoned From the following letter written by Daniel Aikman whom you will observe is the father of the murdered girl see if you can infer any con Bent to tho pardon of Raleigh nrn hBrancu Dwathltt Co Kj Mr llMkbao You are now the lorornor of tilt grand old Commonwealth and I believe you neon to act fair and honoruhly with each and arery althea 110 provnlt Jot Italelgn mardrrrd my little girl and bla own plea drunkenm+ lie win undoubtedly not very drDuk for he WI eightytour atepe from tile girl cud iii soon M nhe fen he ran for safety Now Mr Ilwkham I fIt you w a Jmt cad honorable Governor to keep Joe lla WKU In rton 1 could have notion ban Ureiln of Ignen to thin jtltlon to bow you that If you nhould entertain the Idea of par doping Hitlelgb that It would not Lv nppror ed by nil Now If there to a jxtltlon prevented to you Igned by one of the Alktnaniyou may know thut their name hale twen forged I re liiuln moat rmpeclfully Daniel Alkinan It is not and can not bo successful I xt ly or truthfully denied that this par doned criminal attempted a criminal assault on this innocent girl and when she resisted was shot down in coldI blood yet Governor Beckham on the recommendation of Judges Hargis and Rcdwine turned this wretch from out the penitentiary to pry again upon pure innocent woman hood Tho records are against you Mr Beckham and Mr Leigh your Private Secretary who comes out in a personal statement trying to defend your action The following letter from Jas G Stillman is selfexplanatory and the real reason why Beckham pa doned Raloigba good Democrat Brenthltt CorKy Mr lOT of Kyt take time to drop you a few line to let you know that lam one of the neckham men end a good Democrat and itannch to the party Ther pro eight of ni all brothen and all DenocraU All are your IriendaDd their name ahLIa9am EdJlm and Jerry which I writing you word and It there Ic nay hope for you to pardon Joelab nolelgh we would like forT U to do the same that U U yon canr They hare coat you a remon trance against 111 by their nab leading Be publicans bore In our district Pont yon pay nor spend no time with no neb Help uc If you can In thin COM we are all your friend and naletgbe fe the name and all fire good Democrat It you can help ue now U your time And Governor if yon cant help M now dont think hard of each letters and yourt1 will dose by eaylng Joe 0 Stillman to J T W Beckbntn GOT Thl 30th day of Dec 150- 0Eight brothers in this family all Democrats and all pleading to a Democratic Governor to help a Dem ocrat out of troubled DURELLE CHOSEN CHAIRMAN At a mooting of the Republican State Central Committee at Louis ville Tuesday August 11 Judge George DuRolle was chosen chair man of the Campaign and Adver tising Committee Tho other members of the Commit tee selected are C C Mingrel and John A Stratton of Louisville D C Edwards of London and T S Kirk of Paintaville It was decided that Republican headquarters during the coming campaign should be at Louisville- WIIITESYILLE KY August loA crowd of young folks from here attended the camp meeting Sunday at YeTvlngton Misses Margurette Marks of Hart ford and Alma Ford Fordsvllle were the guests of Mr P H Haffey an family Saturday and Sunday Rev J T Ratcllfi filled his regular appointment here at the Baptist church Sunday Mrs LivIa Cecil and Miss Mary H Wedding attended the Cbautanqna TuesdayMisses Carrie McCarty and Lizzie Hays returned home Sunday after a weeks visit to friends In Knottsvllle Miss Annie McBrady Is spending this week at the Chantauqua Mr P McBrady went to Owens bore yesterday IMr and Mrs William Johnson Terry Haute Ind returned home refsa ves Mr James Lowe Hartford visited Ithe family of Mr George Holland Sat urday and Sunday The work on the new Christian church is progressing nicely- FORDSVILLE KY August toMr John Miller went to Central City Sunday night Mr Willie Casteel is on the sick list this week Misses Minnie and Marlah Bratc er Mamye Tones and Corda Marti Messrs John Miles Loran Whittle Bob Duff and Blazer Hedden were the guests of Miss Lena Smith Sunday Mr Olllc Hull and little son Iris attended the Chautauqua at Owens boro Saturday and Sunday Miss Dora Halderman entertained Tuesday evening In honor of her birthday The Fordsvllle string ban furnished music and those present opent an enjoyable evening Mr Horace Harl of Dsvlson wa in town Saturday Miss Lena Smith and little sister Allie will leave Wednesday to attend the Seven Hill Chautauqua at Owens boroMrs Ellis Loyd Plttsburg Pa Is here on an extended visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs J L DavIson Mr Albert Hayes of Memphis Tenn who has beep visiting friends here has returned home Mr and Mrs Remus Burcb of Shreve visited Mr and Mrs R L Godsey last week Mr Henry Martin went to Owens bojo Saturday Miss Ethel Allen is visiting her grandparents Mr rind Mrs Raley at loslne Mrs Alt Clark of Jefiersonvllle Ind Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs H D SmithJJINGO KY August toThe little baby of Mr and Mrs Hardin Minton of Jingo died Thursday and was burled Fri day Mr D D Schroeder Jingo left for Louisville where he will get em ployments In a store NOTICE All porsons that arc now on our list of correspondents are requested to write us a lowI items each week or as often as once in two weeks Please lotus have somethingrfrom each of you next weeks to 4 bto BELKNAPS CANVASS lit Will Make a Personal Canvass i of the State of Kentucky This Fall Louisville Aug tiCol Morris B Belknap has returned mom his trip East greatly Improved In health and announced that he will open his cam palgn AS Republican nominee for Governor at Munfordsvllle the first week in September- Col BelknAp will make a personal canvass of the state lie has been Everytor lican ticket Col Belknap will prove a leader hard to down for he will receive the solid support of the Re publican party and the votes of hun dreds and thousands of disgruntled Democrats all over the stateas well ak of thousands of men who want a good business administration Col Belknap will be aided in his campaign by some of the best speak em and foremost politicians in th state and will certainly conduct one of the most active successful cam patgna In the history of Kentucky TAFFY KY August IsWe are having some fine weather now The recent rains have helped the crops wonderfully Mr Less Lake lost a fine mare Friday night Mr John Smith had a nice heifer to get killed last week by a tailing tree Mr and Mrs Morgan Ashly went to Hartford last Friday Misses Doreua and Mary Crowe who have been vlstUng friends and relatives near here returned to their home at Masouville last Tuesday Born the wife of Mr Jack Funk a fine girl Born to the wile of W D Smith a fine girl The protracted meeting Is still in progress at Mt Moriab Mrs Tex Gray and family spent Sunday at Mr J H Davis Uncle Bell Smith is very low at this writingSeveral from Adabnrg attended church at Mt Morlah Sunday Mr George Early went to Mt Her mon last Saturday alter another load of benches When you want a physic that t cerd use Stomach and Liver Tablets For sal byJH Williams MAGAN KY August tMr Ewen Alfard of Owensboro Is visiting hIs aunt Mrs Jas Clements Mss Oma Baker Narrows spent Sunday with Misses Lena and Vera Miller Mr and Mrs J H Miller have re turned from Hancock county where they madea short visit to relatives A number of our young folks at tended the ice cream supper at Mar ulna Chapel Saturday night All re report a good time Mr E K Moseley and Miss Mb ale Russell were married at Pleasant 11111 church Sunday afternoon Rev F D Baugbn officiating Quite a large crowd was present We wish them a long happy and successful lifeMr Sharp who has been sick so long ia no better Miss Lena Miller will begin school August 31 at Beech Valley proheveryonenI us Messrs Ewen Alford and Jas Clements called at J H Millets Monday afternoon Mrs F D Baughu and children and Miss Lena Miller will start to Owensboro Thursday to attend the Chantauqua a few days edt Mrs Mollle Allen of South Forks Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbns by taking Cham berlaina Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually ceased by indigestion and these Tablets are just what la needed to clean the stomach and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be pre byTMATANZAS KY August loIt now bids fair to be one of the most excellent crop years that we have had for sometime The people in general are busily I engaged ot bailing hay A fine crop ol which was harvested some weeks agoThe ice cream supper given by Mr F J Jenny Saturday evening was f very much enjoyed by all The West Point Cornet Band entertained the folks with some excellent music Misses Myrtle Render and Meckle Hocker have returned home after spending several days with our peG pie Mr A B Tichenor and wile spent Sunday with friends at Centertown Mr Claude Myres of Render spent Sunday with friends In this commu pity Mr and Mrs J C Bennett went to Smallhoua Sunday to see their niece Miss Annie Taylor who Is sick ol ty fever Mr J1 A Tichenor went to Hart ford Saturday Mr E A Carter began his school at Goshen Monday consistinglof Gerdle Tichenor and Messrs Herber- Coffman Claude Myren Everet- Smith and Roy Tichenor spent Sun day afternoon gathering ferns and admiring the rocks cliffs and other beauties of nature all report a pleasant afternoon r BEDA KY August aHealth In this community is good Mr Hosea Shown went to Owens bore Monday returning Tuesday Mr Edgar Boelun of Sutherland visited relatives near here Saturday and Sunday The entertainment given by the Beda Ametuer Theatrical Club last Friday night was a success The proceeds are to be used in painting the school house The musical given at Mr Fielden Bennetts recently for the young peo pie waa highly enjoyed Rev Robt Bennett filled his regular appointment at Mt Hermon Sat urday and Sunday The Beda and Buford ball teams diamondeSaturday resulting in a score of fifteen to eleven in favor of Beda Mr R P Bennett of Smnllbons visited the family of Mr WC Ben fMrOwensboro spent Friday night with relatives here- t Mr Azro Rowan and son Mastar Ney went to Heflin Wednesday- Dr Stewart attended the Medical Association at Hartford Wednesday afternoon Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose left Saturday morning for Yelvington to attend the holiness camp meeting Mr and Mrs Wilson Bennett of Andersonvllle attended meeting at Mt Hereon Sunday Mrs Lee Cblnn of Hartford and Mrs W C Ashley spent Friday night with their parents Mr and Mrs S A Bennett Miss Louanna Ford of Beaver Dam spent Friday night with Mrs Warren Bennett Byrd Condemns Pardons In his argument to the Jury that is trying Jett and White A F Byrd a Democrat said What do such men as these for a sentence of life Imprisonment hasto fiveIconvicego scene o their crimes feeling free to commit others a atrocious as those for which they have been pardoned If you sentence these men to life Imprisonment they will be pardoned and they will go back to Jackson to hunt down like dogs those who have testified against them If you ore going to refuse to hang them you had as well turn them loose now Men who have been convicted of crimes as black as the murder ol James B Marcum have been pardon ed and are being pardoned to go back to the communities from which they were sent and to strike terror to the hearts of lawabiding citizens This is constantly being done Men guilty of the foulest crimes men without conscience are turned loose upon society continue their career LIVERMORE KY August ttMr James Qulgg 1 g on the sick list this week Mrs Worth Tlchenor la sick at this writingRev Glvana who has been sick for quite a while Is improving slowly Mr T R Barnard it away this week on business Revs T M Morton mad C WI Freeman closed a very successful meeting at Nalleys schoolhouse Sunday night which resulted In many conversions and twenty additions to the church Quite a number of our citizens are attending the Chautauqua at Owens boro this week Miss Mary Freeman Is attending the Teachers Institute at Calhcon this week Misses Mamie Hackett and Katie Geary have returned home after quite an extended visit In Indiana The engineer at the Geneva Coop erage Companys Mill who was scalded last week In taking the man head out of abollerdied tbii morning Miss Eaton of Islandvisit ed Mrs Bnsklll last week Mr Otha Abby has moved family to our town and has assumed the management of Livermore Flour MillsMr Hackett of Arkadelpba Ark Is at home on a visit Mr Andy Rowe and family of Lock NO5 upper Green river are visiting friend and relatives here Messrs C R Campbell and Wayne Stevens of Hartford passed through on town this evening en route to Point PleasantMessrs Sam Bllbro and Harve Con rill of Matanzas were In town one at day last week Misses Eva and Trlphena Llndley visited Miss Edith Tichenor Thurs day and Friday Several of our young people attended the picnic in the grove below town Saturday afternoon and report quite a nice time Mr Buckley onr efficient town marshal is having the streets worked the and put In fine condition p the YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAI INO WhD you take GroTta Tfutelrai Chill Tonic be retieotanttlcM form Ko Cora Ho Jnj etc Ill i t l r rI NOTEStOne hundred persons were killed as the result of a tunnel accident on the underground railway in Paris A plan is on foot to take 500000 negroes from the south to the East within the next three years in order to form a colony The Government crop reports give the condition of corn on August t as 797 and spring wheat as 671 The winter wheat crop is estimated at 4 1 o 000000 bushels- A bicyclist who found the Presi dents carriage in his way near Christchurch lit Oyster Bay Indulged in profane and abusive language and was hushtled away by the secret service men Elvis H Porter defeated candidate for the Democratic nomination Mayor of Bowling Green togeth with four defeated candidates for the Council has filled a notice contesting the primary alleging that it was u fairBy order of President Roosev Lieutenant Commander Pldelio S Carter of the navy found guilty by a general canrtnmrtlal of negligence of navigation and sentenced to dleml reprimandedf Cashier John R Brown ol the Union Banking Company of Circle yule 0 Is missing and his books show a shortage which may reach J 75000 When the safe was broken open It was found to contain but 45g Brown was for years one of the mo prominent men in the town Among the marvelous adaptations of electricity to purpose of everyday life is the use of X rays in tanning What it has till now taken four months at least to accomplish soaking in chemical solutions mlg it is said be done in twenty minutes by their exposure to the Xrays Before Secretary of War Root leaves for London to sit on the Alaskan Commission he will place his resign tion as Secretary In the hands of the President He desires to return to his law practice In New York Should it be deemed necessary to appoint his successor at once it is said thee the place wilt be tendered to Judge William H Taft NARROWS KY youngeup a s Midfas w ay and Miss Dona Westerfield A S Smith and Miss Eva Gentry Theo Westerfield and Miss Mabel Sharp Albert Sanders and Miss Fanny Bew ley Cyrus Sharp and Miss Moll je Carneham Way Sanders and Miss NinnleNeaterfieldDtCNesterfieand y and Miss Alma Gentry R A Wester field and Miss Sallle Carnehan Or villa Smith and Rosco Bewley Estray Notice Taken up by W F Wright one roan steer about two years old mark ed nnderblt in left ear valued by Milton Black at twentyfive dollars Subscribed and sworn to by W F Wright and Milton Black B F HUDSON J P O C This August 4th 1903 Said W F Right lives about seven miles from Hartford and on the Rosine and Hartford toad about one half mile from Horton on Elm Lick Creek on the old Marton farm SettCountyI M S Ragland Clerk of the Ohio County Conrt do certify that the for giving estray notice was this day reo corded in my office Given under my band this the ql day ol August 903IM S Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that ca not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable- In any business transactions and finan dally able to carry out any oblige lions made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood systemIper bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best CJ wQu SIfOOR X t1a treat Uie yTto Kind You HIM Altart Bout 1ofOLATON KY August 12 Woik hoB commenced the Iron bridge to be constructed across Caney creek at this place Mixa Clara White of Lovlsvllle Is visiting her uncle Mr B L White thU writing Miss Maggie Mitchell Narrows visited her parents here Saturday and Sunday The Chautnaquu is all the talk they that havent gone before went todayThose who went to tbe ice cream supper at Cane Run church report a pleasant time School is progressing nicely under management of Prof 1 J Hoover Miss Iva Bo well of Narrows was guest of MIssRffi Mitchell Sat FMrCrowlty LI who have teen visiting in this commvglr tJr omev have 9 e S 9Je It utPI 14 trei5 yAr My Hair I had a very icvfcre sickness that look off all my hair 1 pur chased a bottle 0 Ayera Hair Vigor and It brought all my hair back U nQulon Mtrsellles Ill One thing is ccrtain Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow This Is because it is a hair food It feeds the hair and the hair grows thats all there Is to it It stops falling of the hair too and always restores color to gray hair sits s bottle All drwutt OIif your drngfillt annM supply you- er send fie and we will apnea you a forth tie rare and Rhe the name or7OWIM ollfee Address AkIat CO Lowell Mw GOVERNORDURBIN Rockport Ind Journal Strongly Commands Gov Durbin for SurrenderdGov Taylor Governor Durblns desires now to pose before the people as the great defender of flaw end order hoping thereby to escape the odium that attaches to his administration through athis violation of article of four of the constitution of the United States which reads follows A person charged In any state with treason felony or auy other crime who ehel- flee from Justice and be found in an other state shall on demand of the ex frohtn up be removed to the state having jurisdic lion ot the crime Let the governor begin at once to practice the Rood things he Is preachlejj through the press of the country and show the faith he would have as believe la I him by kicking the scoundrels Taylor and Finely from beneath protecting mantle and send back to Kentucky to stand trial for the assassination for Governor Goe betRockport Democrat Governor Goebel When and h whom was Win Goebel the murder given the title ol Governor Cer thinly not by the people of Kentucky Governor Taylor and the whole Re publican ticket received certificates of their election from a Democratic returning board stating that they bad been elected by the people of Kentucky Murderer Goebel alter hav Ing stolen the nomina ton for gayer nor from his own party was at this e head of the mob trying to rob the Republican of the state offices they held by as good title as the people of that state could confer when he was killed by some unknown person Since then the motto ot the decluded and bloodthirsty Goebelitea has been as one of their number declared l hang Taylor and damn the Republl can party They know Governor r Taylor had nothing to do with the killing of the unprinclpaled scsundrel who was trying to rob him of his office and all this hue and cry about the as sasslnatlon by Republicans is made and kept up only to draw attention from the cussedness of Goebel and his band of anarchist Yes the constitu lion says that any person who shan flee from justice and be found In another state shall on demand ot the er ecntlve authority of the state from which be fled be delivered up c But this is not that kind of a cas Iromba and perecutlonnot only robbed olhls office but driven from his home This is the reaaonand all the world except the nonpolitical reform editor ol the hine ilk knows it The supreme court of the United States has decided that from the decision of the governor In such a case there Is no appeal Gov sustaInIin the land and is in tall accord with justice and right If he were to pre mlt Governor Taylor to be turned over to that bloodthlrst gang of rob bers to be tried by a judge and a jury unworthythe ALEXANDER KY August trOwing to the absence of the Presiding Elder Rev Rushing the quarterly meeting at Mt Hermon was called In until September the firstMrs Alex Barnttt Hartford who ia spending the summer wth her mother Mrs R A Anderson on ac count of bad health Is getting along nicely Miss Stella Tanner left Monday for Owensboro to attend the Chautau quaMisses Myrtle and Ethel Moreland No Creek were the guests of Miss Clara Webb Sunday Mr James Baird and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Warden Bennett Beda Mr George Lashbrook Masouville visited relatives in this neighbor hood SundayIMr A W Mills and wile visited Mr Mills sister Mrs John Jones McIIenry Sunday Mr Edgar Bean Owctuboro and Miss Belva McCarmlck No Creek were the guests of Mrs Elda Ward riday night and Saturday LaturdayI 1 etP BARNES BROtS HANDLES THE FAMOUS j HigH dass g = Staver Buggies i i bf3 c 4i workmanship and material We have been J distributord of Bviggus for quito n number of years 4i nndpur oxpiricncn in certainly worth n great deal y i 1 when it comes to selecting tho Vehicles that aro best g adapted to tho needs and wants of this trade Wo I i 65eg Tj arc big values for tho trade 5 Wo invite a dose inspection of this lino and wo t know that n look from n man who needs n I Cj will result in a salebtS Buggy Harness i andtv4 1Vo are showing an attractive lino of this goods at E a 5J 41 beauty 1000 A Doubled and Stiched Sot with i S flexible Saddle a corker 1000 and a afar Sliiiu Set for 1250yb jJj41 50c to 100 each Ib 5 um41 These goods are math right at homo and the ox 4t ponso of golfing them to this market is much less fc than au other firstclan Wagon consequently wtyt can give you the best Wagon sold for less money lit cisn1 ItcfiABROSw tW wasa sMr n AT- o t HARTFORD KY Dv o FOUR DAYS o cF i 5he 4 t OHIO IP COUNTY II tw FAIR J Sept 30 Oct 1 2 and 3T1r t The celebrated Louisville Newsboys Randwill 1 r furnish music during the Fair tt Good Premiums offered for fallSpeed Rings each Day ti I Good Running Good Trotting and Pacing for j Good Premiums It yo t JuresFair Grounds have been improved and beauti 1 fied until they are the most beautiful in the SttezThe Farmers are especially invited to comp a dJ spend a day with their friends Send for Catalogue to Rowan Holbrook Pros dent or S T Stevens Secretary V 1 t Something New lw I AutomoBlle Racer1 a Second Day t t i i athes and Children Free FirstDayFar i i d 1 J iI i W rrn 4 t Weather SpecilsWhats the use in worrying and complain ing about the hot weather It does no good The better way is to attend Pair Cos SALE OF HOT WEATHER SPECIALS SPECIAL NO 116 dozen Mens Ex- tn Portal Negligee Shirts our regular 75c qualityI nt 50c- lt 9 SPECIAL NO2 10 dozen Ladies Bleach Vests tuped neck and arm holesmost houses sell thom for 15cour special pricc 3 for 25e SPECIAL NOatO dozen Ladies Fine Sheer IIandkerchiofstho kind that usually soIl for 20eour price is W- eSPECIAL NO 4Our remnant stock of liens Straw IGtts Somo sold for 75c 1 and I50tOur special prico on all 6Oc iGoodsne g fc Ihoso that sold for ICic and 20e lOc It will certainly pay you to investigate the bargains we are offering through our entire house All of our Summer Goods must move at some price We cordially invite you to come to this great MOVING SALE The Bargain yIs++++++++1 ++++++++ Mfifi e Best Factory 5e Best Calico 5c Good Bleach 5e lions Black Clay Worsted Suits 2GOaizcs 35 to Youths Clay Wonted Suits 250sizes to 19 Boys Suits nil wool nicely made 150 Mens and Youths fonts at very low prices Nico Shoes 1Ianlflton Brown 125 Wo carry n gonoml lino of Clothing Dry Goods Shoes ihtts Carpets lltrttin6s Trunks and rolescoPes Come paid for Feathers Ginseng and Yollowroot Yours for trade- lII 1 t OA TOnXAiptn th IIprvo r I t no YOU WANT A fARM L I have some land for sale acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good Conditions and n bargain t 136 acres four miles north ti4 ofHartford for 800 good 4 ac9tidition Good building j y+ If you want to buy or sol1 rssea 1110 I fiSaA Anderson V Dealer In Real Estate ItntrrFOnD KY S 1 OAI1OAr1 BBesaMBeaFi6satw+ of t ta 4M t44 4fit41IF P F Md Some Hot AugustPrices 42 14 pricesnrot Sam Bach ctJtReal Estate 70 In A OO Suit 01 Furniture GIVEN AWAY IIfyou want to bo the lucky buy your goods from us from 1ow until the end of the year and get n guess at the length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact number of hours or the ono guessing tho nearest to the ox act number of hours the candle will burn gets the Furniture Each dollar spent gets Ono Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may be the lucky party This is open to all cash customers I Como to see us and got I for money than you ar offered elsewhere ARSON COr HARfbpRDj KY t y AL IIbIJIIP dc tf1I Hartford RepubUcan tFRIDAY AUGUST 14 Read Davlcs9 Co Bk Tr Co ad tCity Restaurant for the nicest Can Hartford Try our nice Souproc per bow- at City Restaurant Soda Water LemonAde aud Coco Cola at City Restaurant City Restaurant for good things teat o during Circuit Court MYi What delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Get a mess of nice reah Flllh at City Restaurant when In Hartford We are making cloaing out price- on all aammer goods CARsoN Co AU Ladles Mlsaes and Chlldrens Slippers atredtfced prices ECONOMY DRY Goons STORR Get your meals when In Hartford at City Restaurant Every thing first class Guess on the big candle and perhaps you will get the 50 suit of far nUure CARSON CotMrs J A Park who hRS been seriously sick for the past week Istreported to be slowly Improving WANTUDGood white girl to do house work for small family Ad dress lock box 3r Hartford Ky ttDr D W Ring Osteopath Is at W O Hardwicks Call U needing treatment Consultation and Exam nation free 41ttMrs Charles Rosson who lives near Shreve sustained severe and palnul Injuries by being thrown from a horse Monday SheriU Keown reports that his re cetpts for taxes during the month of July put exceeded more than twice as much as for the month of July 19 2tl Subscribe for TUB RErUSLCAN and The Louisville Weekly Herald and get a guess at a slice of the 1oooo given away in prIzescAU Carters Pure Apple Vinegar Fresh Meats Bacon Hams Lard ccouatsntly on hand at W H Moons Meat Market Religious scrlces conducted by Rev n W Coakley and members of the Y M C Awere held at the almsbouse last Sunday afternoon You can not afford to miss the Opt portuulty of having a chance to get a slice of the 10000 given away See our proposition In another column When you trade with Carson Co tIwill burn Theres 5o In it AU lAwus and thin Summer Dress Good at a greatly reduced price Some at coat and some at below cost EcoNoMY Day Goons STORR The Ice Cream Supper tSchroad ers grove near Sebroaders school house Saturday evening August 29th promise to be a pleasant and enjoyable occasion See our samples for Ladles Tailor made snits Rain and Dust Coats We take your measure and have them made to order ECONOMY DRY Goons STORK rLostA ring containing about seven keys one ordinary door keyS five small keys indpdtag a straight key and a key toPiO box No 35E Finder will return to this office and receive reward Mrs Mamie Richmond Misa Lacy King Mr and Mrs Estll Tichenor Calhoun visited Mrs It J Hudson Saturday and Sunday who has been seriously III for some time but Is now slowly ImprovingEWANTHDEverybody to buy their Millinery Goods at the Economy Dry Goods Store We will sell you a hat at your own price to make room orE oar lamrnoth fall line bias SARAU CoWKS SMITU Hon Wm C P Breeklnrldge has accepted the Invitation of Superlu tendent DeWeese to deliver an address at the Common School Graduation exercises ou August 27th This will be a rare and no teacher can of ford to mla ItJAt her home near Beaver Dam Mrs R D Oldham Bled last Saturday after several weeks confinement of typhoid lever Funeral service s were conducted by Rev Mrs Woos tY at the Presbyterian church Hartford after which Interment too place at Oakwood cemetery Why not do your trading with Car son Co and get a guess on the candle We give a guess for every t spent la cash or good countrY produce We are going to give a50 suit of Furniture to the one who guesses the number of hours or near eat number of hours the big candle will bunk JHiL I wont makes makeeand hull disclHcS bent sad Is among theItw genulna incur of recovery In rickety and bone pqgYwrlatnd pSSC01T New York I sac dl dmkarla- r i hj h 4 t U HHHHHHHfHnfh i PERSONAL MENTION E f ttiQaQ aaiiliil l F P Moore Dundee was In town Monday Bob lIee Rockport was In town Monday 1D L Sharp Taffy was In the city Tuesday David Gwyun Render was lu tow Tuesday Fielder Acton Roslne was In town Tuesday Joe Park Clear Run was l n towri yesterday Cullle Acton Dundee was In town Wednesday P L Wood Ceralvo was In town Wednesdays W M Rowe Centertown was here WednesdayArval CeutertowD was here Wednesday John Robertson Shreve was In town Friday P II Birdwell Matanzas was In town Friday Robert Matthews Ceralvo was In town Friday Dr J S Smith McHenry was In town Tuesday J M Rogers Cromwell was In town Tuesday Taylor Murphy Shrevel was In town Tuesday P A Moxley No Creek was In Tuesday John Roue Centertown was In town Tuesday Stanford R Brown Rchol was In own Monday G M Maddox Rockport was in town Monday B L Klmbly Ceralvo was ID town Saturday Ray Addington Smallhous wan InI town Saturday William Bolton Ceralvo was in Saturday LeRoy Condor Narrows was In town yesterday W S Dean Dundee was In ther Wednesday Sam Davidson Barretts Ferry was In town Tuesday Mike Crahan Horse Branch was In town Tuesday Dr J D MaddOx Rockport was is town Tuesday J P Vincent Centertown was InI the city yesterday Robert Fulkerson Smallhous was In town Saturday Delmer Williams Beaver Dam was In town Wednesday D F Calbert Centertown was In city Wednesday E J Leach Beds called to see us while In town Friday A E Ellis City made as a veryI pleasant call TuesdajIMorton King City attended the hautauqua yesterday Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dam was In town Tuesday Dr A D Park called to see us while In town Monday J D York Roslne called to see U8 while In town Wednesday John Park Clear Run called to see while 18 town yesterday Wm Sehroader lingo called to- us while la town Saturday W T Bishop Ceralvo called to see us while In town Frldap W S Carter Centertown called to us while In town Friday L P Downs Livermore called to see us while In town FridayIS S Cox went to Owensboro Saturday and returned Sunday Amos Decker Centertown called to see us while is town Tuesday Allen Ktngr Westerfield called toI us while In town Tuesday Rosco Williams Ceralvo called to see us while In town Tuesday Sherman Condlct Heflin called to us while In town Monday Wm Park Barretts Ferry called to see us while la tows Friday Louia Fulkerson Smallhous called to see us while In town Monday C Lee Warden Centertown called to see us while In town Saturday WS Hill Ceralvo made us a pleasant call while la town fiaeadaq WIlliam Brown Centertnwn called to see us while In town Wednesday J E Ashby Robkport made us a pleasant call while in town Tuesdays R Tinsley of the Washington neighborhood was tn town Monday kDavid Smith Taffy made us a pleasant call while tntown yesterday A W Rosa of the Central Grove neighborhood was In town Tuesday J C Wilson Roxey made us a pleasant call while Ia town yesterday Miss Edith Carson attended the Chautauqua It Owensboro yesterday Dr W M Warden Centertown called tu see us wblleln town Tnes day Alex Grigsby and wifeof the Concord neighborhood was In town Tues day Header bn Stearsman Matanzas caned to see us while do town Pri day L W Tichenor Matadzas tRevto see us while In town Satur J M Halloway Roslne made us pleasant call while in town Mon day Mrs A n Riley visited her par ir u1ttltMf oi F 1I cuts nt Livermore the first of the week n E Blrkhead attended the Chan Jtanqua at Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Travis Davis Beaver Dam made us a very pleasant call while la tow Monday Mrs Kate Davis Owensboro I visiting In Hartford and Centertow- this week Marshal RF Stevens of McHen ry caned to ace us while is town WednesdayDownie Ilocker and little son Beaver Dam caned 10 see uq while town Tuesday R L Pirtle llaweaville Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs F W Pir tie near tows Rev G HIawrettce Smallhous made uaa very pleasant call while In tOwn yerterdny Moorman Flower Central City visited the family of J W Ford th first of the week Mlsses Lula and Stella Tanner are attending the Seven Hilla Chnutau qua at Owens60JQ thle week Jn PlfUe and family of Ver ssilleL will arrive Monday to be the guests oftbe amity P W Plitle- Arcn Lewis J F Vickers and j R Phlppa attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Mi ant Mrs C n Morrison Miss Kettle Reynolds and Miss Carrie Warner attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro yesterday Itaq J A Park was called home Saturday from his duties In the rave nqe service at Caneyvllle to be with his wife who has been very Ill Shelby Taylor of Crowley La made us a pleasant call while In town Monday Ile and his family will spend about two weeks visiting rela and friends nand near Beaver Dam and Hartford Mrs Arinella Irving and daughter of batonrogue La will arrive here Monday and will be the guests of the family of F SVPiffle Mrs Irving ts salster of MrPlrtle attd has been awayirom here for fifty years Mrs C P Keotin Mrs Clarence Keown Miss Mary Keown Miss Can sle Riley Miss Zelia Nail Mr A I Nan and Chester Keown attended the Seven Hills Chautauqua at Owens lastlFriday Saturday and Sunday Wt have some big bargains to oiler- n summer clothing CARSOK Co Marriage license Issued since our last report C D Roberts LQnls yule u to Armlnta Lake Wes- tefield age 17 Richard Bray Ada burg age 32 to Isomlttle Hamilton fdalurg age 16 John Amos Central City age 28 to Tenna Taylor Central City age 24 W P James Cromwell age so to Unnle Watt Cromwell age 23 C C Jones Cen tertown age 26 to Samantha Jones Centertown age rs E K Moeley Megan age 2r to Minnie Russell Magnn age 2t A C James Horse Branch age 23 to Mary Wilson White Run age r8 Herman Brack In Cleaton Ky age 18 tO Daisy Cox Rockport age 16 William Park Barrette Ferry age 27 to Lellli M CampJIenderson Ky age z8- r It Death of WG Hardwick Tuesday morning Just before the noon hour the cold hand of death claimed as Its own our felloor townsman W G Hardwick Mr Hardwick bad been seriously Ill or several weeks of complication of troubles which baffled all eftolts that medical aid could offer to restore thqslrlcken one to health and the end came not unexpected though the citizens of our town anxloualy hoped that their friend would be restored again to health A loving wife a little daughter three brothers and friends numbered by his acquaintance are left to mourn the loss ot the departed one Funeral services were conducted by Rev E WCoakley assisted bYthe members of the Masonic fraternity of which Mr Hardwick was a member were held at the Baptist churc iWed- nesday at two oclock p m after which interment conducted accord tagto f be ancient rites of the Mason c fra tookplace at oelswood Cemetery a TbePoVers Trial The third of Caleb Powers for alleged compliancy In the assassins of Wm Goebel lass been In progress at Georgetown for the past ten days Little Interest Is beIng manifested In the proceedings as there are some days lag fewer than fifty people tn the court house during the day As heretolorea Democratic Jury has been empanneled to hear the evl deuce and In the accustomed way render a verdict Henry Youtsey was brought tato court from the penitentiary to testify against Powers and will probably take the witness stand today It Is expected that he will as In the How and ease tell how he pointed Goebel out to Howard and watched him take aim then left the room and heard from without the shot fired This Is only conjecture for he may change his story altogether hTlie trial will not end before the lasto next week and perhaps not then w Notice I will hold an examination to se lest appointees to the Normal depart went of the Agricultural and Me cbanlcal College on August 28th last day of Institute There are yet three vacancies The examination will be owpetltlye Very truly J M DnWJutsg S C S of ti i I t Constipation IDocs your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your lived Ayers Pills are 1Jivec pills They cure constipation headache dyspepsia 925c AlI drugglrW 4 beuWulbroBUCKINGHAMS DYE6le11tara- e eI O e a OS e PH a Co Mw H PARKCAMP lOne of Ohio Countys Most Popular Teachers Weds Henderson Belle Ceremony Took Place at Chautauqua Grounds Owens WednesdayEve enlng at 8 PM On Wednesday evening at theI Chautauqua grounds at Owensboro was consumated a pretty romance of courtship and love In which one of Ohio countys favorite sons and one of Henderson countys most accom pllshed daughters were the principal 4 actorsA lifelong friendship gradually ripened Into love and on Wednesday I Miss Lelia M Camp became the happy I bride of Prof William Park 4 Rev T J Ratcllf in a beautiful and Impressive manner performed the ceremony which started two lives out 4 on a new and proplclous journey 4 Prof Park was born and reared on a farm near Barretts Perry and spent his boyhood days In performing the ordlnaryduUeJ of farm life and at tending the district school Long before j he attained his majority he found himself a teacher In the public schools After teaching and attend II lug school for several years he completed his education at Winchester College He now ranks as one of the first among the splendid corpse of teachers In Ohio county Miss Camp la a belle of many and varied accomplishments She was graduated from Cloverport High School with first honors in he class I afterwards having taught two years In that Institution She Is now an acknowledged society leader lu Hen derson City which place has for 1Withman who has won her heart andI handMay their pathway down llfea rog ged journey be crossed by only enough clouds to cause them to more fully enjoy the sunshine Is the wish of Tug RHPUnI1CANI Correspondents Wanted We want a regular correspondent at each of the following places We pay expenses of nlalllng communlca tlons arid furnish Tan RnrunI1CAN free Wllte us If you desire the place De ver Dam TrisleJ Nar rowsButor Ta orMlpeswyaox- tDubdee orSliJrnch and Roslne bDrPhysician Hours 9 to 2 a us and from I to 4 p m Room i2 New Commercial Hotel Female troubles and chronicv diseases a specialty Consultation and examination free 24t RENDER KY August t1Mrs Sue Graves and son Lewis returned to Frankfort after a two weeks visit here with her Brother Dr U B main Simon Stephens returned Sunday from Louisville and Central City after six weeks visit Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keowu of IIartfordwas here last Wednesday on legal business Attorney W H Barnes and B DE Rlugo of Hartford were hero last week on business Mr Earnest Massie of Loulavllle was is this dry Monday J Mr Simon Jones was In Central City lest Sunday Messrs E A Foster and Albert Christian of Central City were here Wedncsdayon business Mr J W Baker Is visiting In Bardswell at this writing Miss Nellie Smith of Central City Is the guest of relatives here at this writing Mr and Mrs P K Salsburg reoj turned Monday from Central City where they have beet visiting rela lives MraCLSalsburgof Central Cltpla visiting bet son P K Salsburg at this writing Mr R n Chapmam and eenRoy and Vernon Cooper left Friday for lIerrln Ill Mr H L Myres has resigned his position as bookkeeper for the C C I Co and H H Harper of McHenry succeeds him Mr lolyres will go In to the general mercantile business at Island Mr J n Barnes was in Beaver Dam Tuesday Quite a number from here attend ed court at Hartford this week In the Klee Pierce case vs Central Cpal lit Iron COW J and Frank Rowe and Ernest Tweedell were In Rockport a while Saturday Mr Byron Barnes of Beaver Dam was here Tuesdey on business Mr and Mrs Owen Williams ofI l H a Curs RnyIflin Afoul the Cost- Wo are going to havo a clearance of summer stocks Every dollars worth mustgo and oursacrflico prices will make thorn nwvo on the double quick Fall Goods will soon bo pressing summer goods hardiEvery day will soon begin to bring noW arrivals which must tako the place now occupiott by the remainder of our summer stocks If prices slashed to the very quick will vacate tho fables thoy shall bo vacated rho cost or former price cuts no figuro Every articlo is of superior quality but they arc sum mor goods So tho buyer who wants to tianext years wants and secure a bargainof the first water had bettor speak quickly Such snaps us i those will not remain lotlg on our counters Hero are some of our moving prices 3 u u kY tiuw W IN WASH GOODSt5e Lawns novI 40- 8e Lawns now 5c tOe LnllS now 8c- 123c Lawns novp lOca15c Lawns now Ilie20c Lawns notv 1Ic 25e Organdie low 18c STRAW HATS 25c Straw Hats now H 18c 50c Straw Hats nowt35c75c Straw Hats now 50e 100 Straw Hilts now75c150 Straw Hats now100OXFORDS AND SOUTHERNTIESJ100 Oxfords now 75iL25 Oxfords now 100 150 Oxfords now 1qo 200 Oxfords now 150 260 Oxfords n wI 175 MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING b00 Suits now 360 700 Suits now 500 1000 Suits now 700 1260 Suits now 1000 1500 Suits uowl1dO S t Dont fail to visit us during the month of August Carson CO t Hartford Kentucky Rockport were the guests of Mr and Mrs n g Reid here last week The ttpys here crossed bats at- Leltch6eJd last Sunday the scores stood 5 and r In favor of our bops Sloan did the pitching and Robb Palok and Walter Blackburn did the rest The game wentoff quietly no quarrelling and the boys received the best treatment by LeltchGetd boys plaredThesay that the Ieltchfield- oys are most lurely free hearted and will doalll our power t give the boys a good time when they come to McHenryngust 23rd Mf and MrS Clyde Rrowe had a- isitor to call at their home to remain with them for a while bftheway Its Iopound boy Rev J C Hughes of Louisville preached herein the Baptist church Sunday to an attentive audience Mlsss Lucye James Ida May Henry and Lena Tichenor Ethel Thorp Mea rs Joe Smith George Barnes Anther Hakes and NIcholas Barrnss Jr spent Sunday afternoon at high View near Cromwell Mr Alex Rifoada visited friends la Central City Sunday Mr George T Tnsleyl8 on the k list at this wrIting Call for Convention Pursuant to the call of the Sixth udlclal District Committee the Re publlcaus o Ohio county are called to meet la Mass conveptlol1 at Hartford Ky on Saturday August 29 1903 atone oclock p mIOt the purpose o selecting delegateS to at end n convention to Abe held at OW- ensoro Ky September I 19113 atone ocloclc p m for thg purpose of nominating candidates for Circuit- Judge and Commonwealths Attorney persons of whatever political affiliation who are Interested is the selection of cOmpetent men to fill these offices are Invited to attend NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn- J M DRWUHSn Sec 1 Resolutions of Respect At a regular meeting of Rough River Lodge No xzo Knights of Pythll18 held In Castle Hall on Tuesday August 4 5903 the following resolutions we unanimously adopted WunanAs Rough River Lodge No tio has heard with profound sorrow of the death of Miss Jessie A Glenn eldest daughter of our worthy brother J S Glenn therefore be It RnsorvnD That Rough River Lodgq No 110 K of P tender to our beloved brother and his family our sincere sympathy In this dark hour of their sad bereavment That we feel helpless to comfort or console them and can only remind them that while It may seem hard that God abould call her away from them they i iO n should remember how good He was f to bless them with the sweet spirit that Is gone and as the shattered fragments of a broken vase still hold wIthin themselves the odor and fra granceof flowers long since decayed goodIwho personified them all That a copy of these resolutions be tarnished our brother J S Glenn and n copy spread upon the minutes ol our lodge W S TINSLEY JOON B WnSoK Corn EnnsT WOODWARD A copy AUNt nM WOODWARD ZofLSHO- RTONrKY Maas Mattie Rock returned to her WednesdayMr visited 118 Hartford Wednesday HartlfOrd 1 at this writing Nothing Is more certain today than that public sentiment Is overwhelmingly opposed to any meddling what ever with tlae tariff Republicans are tar from being the only persons up holding this view It Is shared by virtually the entire commercial and Industrial Interests of the country It would be an it Jmayr tariff a perfod of n pled prosJpetit Is clearly th York Commercial Advertiser HALF HATES TOr i Baltimore Md 1BACCOUN- TSouthern Grand Lodge IOOPm 4 l Tlckote will be told for na unto September 18th19th 20th Good returning to September aSth With privilege of extention to October 3 r9o3 3 DarrEle 3loUman Drawtag doom alnpr and ObllOnatfoD Car STOP OVERS IleerlortllitLake Pat antOakland Md Yorratutamaoftralasleeping ear reecrra tlooeetccallnnronrnosrnt tlckrt AlInt or addrew VI McVrrlr Uoavml taeeuges AgeutClaclunutl OGIa 1 Z e Via l i I i 3 r Ir f 1 t HartfordRe pubIIcarH FRIDAY AUGUST 14 T VOMEt S WORK To be Exhibited at the state Fair in Owensboro Prizes Amounting to 750 are Offered aDd There Will be Some Fine Displays True to the reputation which Ken tucklans have long 8111CC established- for gallantry towards their women lolks the Executive Committee ol the Stat Far haS certan1y dealt most generously wltbtbem lu award ngthe Premium list lo Ui Worn na Department Not only are the premiums the largest offered by any State In the Union 750 having been alloted tcI this one department but so wide their scope u d tii d Their purpose to reach every clals that one maybe well repaid by a careftil study of theista The pracflcable scnslbie woman 01 our rural or mountain SECtions from whOse sturdy looms come the beauti ful woven counterpanes and arttJc rag carpets whooe merits are being more and more appreciated the deli fingered art workers of our clUes with their filmy laces gad eziuialte em- Ibroldertes are alt remembered Ir whatever direction ones talent may lIe she will find In this catalogue an incentive to eXhibit her stwork Not alone In needlework either for that road which Is said to lead most directly to a mans heattthe culinary hIghway Is quite gen r ously provided br Breads Cake Preserves Jelltea pickles aU arc there with abundant scope for tht display of ones skill In many direction Another strUting feature to which attention 8hould be called ii th Sweepstake Premium ollerect as all In dncement to exhibit as many different artlc1esln each class as one maybl able To the one who receives the largest number ol premiums In any class special ple limflB Of 10 Is ayvarded making it worth one white tqcnteraagreat a varIety asposslble Nor are the chUdren T g tt tor there Is a special list forthemrwhere they may exhibit their best dresser I dolls their raffia work scolloping 0 nay other handicraft lu which they may excel To anyone who nay feel Intercst ed the Secretory ot the Association Mr L B Shropshire Board oTrad e Building Louisville Ky will gladly LImallIt Is earnestly hoped that the women of our State may find boUt pleasure and profit In making their department a success Assassin Kills His Own SOn Greenville Tex Aug JoA double tragedy was euactcd east of here which has robbed a homeofa son and lather J M Robertson wealthy frtner for manyyur kaEharbored a grudge agalnstlhls ne4gbbbrCharlea lIeder son Last night RobertaoD firedhlJ pistol at I1endersons house not knowing that his own son was In the house playing with Hendersons boy Robertson dltFnot know that oneo I his bullets had killed his own oil spring until the neighbor brought the corpse to Robertsons doorHen derson after depositing the burden shot Robertson dead Henderponls under bond Two valuable trotting horses wen buried to death In a fire which threat ened for a time to destroy the stables of the Empire City trotting track I An Effectual Quietus HeWhy we havent even to extol the virtues of men to prove the In ferlorlty of Women The very fall- Ings of womankind prove the point No woman for example has a sense of humor SheShe hasnt Then Why Is It that all bits of bright repartee are called SaUleaNew York Times Cu rod Paralysis v a p OTlne Texaa sufferingfivewhen I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow LIniment which cured her all right I have also used It for sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work 25 = Soc and 100 bottle at J II Williams m Wants a WIfe Ladles It you wish a good kind husband write to me I ama man 40 years old 5 feet zo inches A widower by death I am a farmer very industrious nobad hadIta I can give good reference Fwisl a lady from 3S to 4S years old Address Box No 67 Kuightatown lad Tile Magic Egg Take Rome water and I1losolveln It lIB much common salt as It will take up With this brine half fill a tallI glass then fill up the remaining spaCe with plain water pouring It carefully down the sIde of the glais from a spoon to break It sfallPut on egg into another glass of common water It will sink the bottom but If It Is put into the glass contain- Ing the brine itwill sink through the plain water onlyancl float upon that portion which IaMuraIed with saft S PT MCHESNEY H G6 D tHEPOT IN SAL R1ES How Hardworking Democrats Wer Kept out of a Good Clerkship in the Bureau of Public in struction SOME NICE GRAFTS IN THE COMMONWEALTHS FUNDS Unauthorized Allowances for Extra Clerks lathe Office vhll canyassfng for the Nomlnatlonfor Secretary of State I j I BREEZY PEOCftATIC GOSSIP RIFE AT FRANKFORT Frankloit Ky Aug JOWhenI the Hon Harry V McCheaney wa Inducted Into office as State Superln tendent of Public Instruction In 19 It was under the provisions ofa stat ute dening hisduties and dellgnat- Ing his salary at 25oo per annum The pame 6tatute also provided for the employment or three clerks deli slgnated as cefclerk firstclerk secOnd eterk Thiralary of the chief clerk Is fixed at r500 that of tbe first clerk 1000 and the secon clerk at 8ye rly With an ey strictly to business Mr McChesney appointed his wife to the position o first clerk In the office at a salary of toooBen Watt late candidate before the recent primary forth nom natIon to scceed hIs chief was give the berth of chief clerk at fl500 while Joe 0 Ratter waa made aecon clerk at f8o At the time of Mrs McChesneys appointment no e d1seipolntmeni was expressed In the ktrausofthe nepoUsm eUt In thtselec UOU Ita5 freely claimed that the appointment ahould have gone to somegood Democratic voter rOl wltJJln the rnnd file of the party w1oseunstIptedeffoxta for paty sue cess at the poiia demanded Just recog nltlon UvldeuUy Superintendent McCh uyeatrtalned different views and Iapaalble that at that time I entertained noambitlon tol b Seen taust4 tie poettlon hein now seeking at the hands of the Den- cratle voters NOT nVEN TUR STORK JNTnRRUJTS GRAFT Be that as It may Mrs McChesm was Installed as first clerk and ac cordingto the official record School Fund account contingent expenses on file in the office of the Auditor of State abe has not failed to draw the monthly stipend ot 8333 from June 1903 to luly J9Q3 in sickness and In IJealtJ even during the month of January and February J902 at which time the stotk visited the McChesnc y home and croWned it with happiness The salary 08333 waS paid with uncealng renaIty on the presentation oJ upenntendent McChesneYs war t forthe same Itis alteg d by attaches and offi j about the State House th4it 1ngkNrn 14chea iey was a conilderable portion ot the tine from theofliceyet there Is no tlon In the salary roll for such ab senees The following La a correct samtJle copy of the monthly salary roll for the Superittendentn office as Is on file In the Auditors office which beginning with June xoo coutinuc s witu unvarying regularity to July 1903 IL V McChesney S P I 2083 3 1 3MraHVMcChesney I BeuWatt 12500 I J O Rutter 7083 Total 4464 9 UNAOR1ZED UfCBRSH OP HXllUfS it It was possible some time early I I- ii902 that Superintendent McCttesneV decided to succeed the lion John Ca belt Brecklnrldge Hill as Secretary of State and forthwith began to plan his campaign To tusks a successful canvass for such au office Uis gonera ally necessary to visit each cotwty In the State JJ9 In number for the put pose of theetIng the constituency MChesney started on his carnpalgzI tour levln his office In charge of Clerks Watts and Rutter and at the same tlwe or late possibly an additional 1nersc In the salary list la shown byibe tecbrd Doubtless the buainessotthe office needed attention which Mr McChesuey by teas on ofhia canvass for a politIcal office was uuble t9r nder as the pay roll of August at J907 shows three addl L- tional names hot on the regular roll I The names and amount are Alma B urge 243J9 Amos Gtlffith 286t wlnWdrawn on that date also Iebuary 28 March 3t April 3d May 30 and June 30 The statute very plainly and ex pUcltly provides for the employment of only three clerks or assistants and provides the amount of salary each shall receive yet here are Sound additional clerks though It Is not stated by whose authority employed It Is taken fox granted however Mr Mc Chesney Is responsible for the entire smatter CANVASS AT EXFES1 OV SThT1 mlnaotlon of Secretary of State S perln tendent MeCheaney continued to draw his salary and railroad and tray cling expennc RS provided for the Superlntendc of Public Instruction while inspecting the schools of the State which Mr UcChesney was as- aiduously engaged in vlsltlngj whle booming hscandldacy for another office The records show that Mr and mmceddawh1gesum 243J9 respectively June 1900 and have con tlnued to draw such amounts monthly to the present time amounting JJ754 72 nAWorm Killer Puxlcodlittle twin girls who have been bothered with worms nil their liven I tried everything to relieve them which tailed antU I used Whites Cream Ver mlluge the first two does bought foqr worms horn one of them the uext two doses twelve one of them them measuring twelve Inches the other child wasouly reUeved of four worms It Is a moat excellent med lame Whites Cream Vermliuge1s good for children It not oely des troys worms It belps the chUdlto per Ieect growth wards off sickness 25- eatj II Williams ma DMob Attacks JiH- Hillaboro 0 Aug 8As mob broke Into the jail thlslmornlng about two oclock to lynch Maynard Hud yson a negro charged lthattempt tO assalt a twelveyearold white girl Thursday night but Sailed to find the prisoner It developed that theSher I l had secretly removed Hudson and taken him to the Ross county jan at Chillicothe tot safe keeping 11 Things Have Cbanged Things have changed In the past quarter of a century says the editor of the Waynesburg Messenger Threescore years ago the 5yerage b y would go out on Sunday cUmb J1 tree mulberriesl ofgreeuappies and salt The next oringtkiibother Iphis troubteias casmi and be waa made to swallow hall a bottle ofPx ya- veriniluge quarterof apou4pIep nonis salts and wu turned lOose In the cow pasture until supper time when he would come infor a square meal aU right Now II a boy corn plains of having a stitch In Ms side he has appendicitis and is hustled ofi to a hospital starved within an inch of his life hU 8 dozen surgeons each take a whack at him with pearthandled knives amI he Is turndover to his frlendllor nu dertakerEx Not OverWlso There Is an old allegorical picture ofa girl seared ata granabopperbu t in the act of heedlessly treadlngona snake This Is paralleled by the mat who spends a large sum of inoney building a cyclone cellar but neglects to provide bin familyI with a bottle oCChamberlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea RenfedyallQ safeguard against bowel complaint whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one This remedy La everywhere recognized at the most prompt antI reliable tnOdi clue In use of these diseases hoE sale by J H Williams t t Haunted by Vision St Marys W Va Aug 8lIorIrUied at having had to assist In they executing of a negrp W G haa made several attempts at suicide last winter he was apponted guard n the State penitentlaryiatMunds vlUe and soon alterwar4twu calle I1Iegro hasIA beengathe night he Is haunted by visions of pIfThursdaytempt placing the muzzleot aiBbo- tcun C against his left breast As hi puUed the trigger however thegun TIItV I Hughes Chin Tonic PALATAUL1 Bitter than talomal Iud Qtlnit Ccnlar5o arsenic THE OLD RUAULE A ChtJdron Have Bought Bears Over EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC welt a Chins and Fevers Malarial FeversSwamp Fevers 8ndBUloup Fevers you tMs lEVER Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE TT Dont take Sabstituete Mi Druggists Bottks SUCOESSWORTH KNOWINGI PoTty years uln the South proT- 1IIIgbe TOnic areat retnf1y for all Ualartal Fnn The You I of r we eapv I STITCH IN TIME Save biDe tabllD flprlng RDd Fall ChIll IIlId Acta the tone the 4ptem As Sure Cure for Just what need season EELS Mild any SOc Thlll and DY UroRrOUTJ Trip To the Naliollal Encampment G A R San Cat From Kentucly Points Louisville Hon erson St Louis It R Louisville R Missouri Pacific lty Denver Rio Grande R R Rio Graiulo Western ltv Southern Pacif ic Ry rhroug1i Lullinan Tourist Sleepers for SI11 Francisco leave August Oth 830 p m Round trip from Louisville hav been made permitting those that go with the Headquarters train to spend one day In Denver one day In Colorado Springs ot day hi Salt ratreCftytaud the schedule is prepared to permit I- tda1l1ghHldethrodch UseRocky ntalnsWhel1 Denver Is reached takethe patty through all or the principal streets aad Interest In this wonderful city Ane supper the tlimergtfdelSs parka and other placea ot highelaee amnseuienti cnb- eVIIIted aad leepei1vil1 belo conenlent to the wheretbcl can be occupied for the EIght The day and evenlngatColorado can be spent In sightseeing The principal points oflrit rest this place among which are Pikes Peak Manlton Grand Caverns Garden of the Gpds Rainbow Falls Cave of the Winds Ute Pass and the Cog Road amply repay those taking the trip And are a revelation to those who have only read of thesOnatural wOnders They must be seen to realize their wonderful beauty and tllagnltule Club Rates HARTFORD RJolUnrICAN and eitlior of tilo following pupers tim price indicated Louisville lierald125Lo- uisville Post Daily 325 Yellow Jacket 125 z American chard Farm andrI ROUGH niVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY coRrOflATrn I Talk being cheapand necessary you Iihould patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and bulidyour own lines and Ie In alking distance with the whole coun y and business fen aUy by only paying a reaaonable r to the hRlv i Telephone Company hey will be at the expense If- ou say We connect with all Independent Companies For jarticu- ets call on S Stevens Manager Hartford Ky You can for 190 got theY one yom and the UrSVI1JLE DAT LY ER Llsix days in a week fort six mOlithsancl have three UC1SC3 at the 10000 given ubscribe ZIOV and get thorn 110 off and have three- hances to got a slice of the 10000 I For CouNfJpftIloi tolksitidclililrenCIIJ larnleeuliuerallcircuinatiii wi 1 flcu2lX H m iJJ CASTOR For Infants and Always theI Signature In- i Use For Thirty Yea- rsCSTORIA Cllnn r r LOOK A llugbes C111I Tonic I tAlte- plenMflt pTTIDt JIfDgue Mlarlftl Ye- YCX on ller up as at IT it 1 PREPARED ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY A Pefect Francisco Aug 1722 Nashville R will Louisvillo 535O- Arrangements so as Mo the- eeinaDenverearwill depot Spiags at at or so T REPUBLICAN 1 IIpers Kind am nrls Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- Dlelcgraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with nbusineas I have the Camber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My busllicss has Increased nod my wlfes voice Is neve- er heard to grumble about the Tele phone 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