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THE HARTFORD REPUBLICANcIp Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL oms or THE nm IX THE F008T8 CONOKESSIOI4LDISTRrCT Subscription 1 a year i VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1903 No5 Growing OldOught trot to mean growing weak std oriI peoplettusimaste food wbielriethtt roleCtfte6 bringsffailure to axunuate the nutrition COQ tattled in food DiacoTtryCUrcJ perfeet promotesrcncral whatDrlulldoctoredseller unto br Pierce added her whit to do WedSealrend with pain In kMnrjr ladder and llrtr for wllhdrotHtoneniicrinU1nqeIry DrR rrhlStoaf1l totheMEAT MALT 7tta IotAI t0tle AND ItrCOfIITltUCTJVI1 TatrVi Life tad Strength la Every Drop A tcknllflc combination of the wcotUIc- otulltucnU of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouIfTBlt Ky Jiwuy u till M EAT ft MALT CO LonlirUW Ky Qwt1iwIhvteeumlaedroutMeataedbhhntqe III rompotUlon andnod ot nunufactun I can ante that It It an IScuat nerve and blued tonic It atltet1A nlititf td Imitoraui ciceitlun ind It ben 111Ilrorallollrctandtweattmtewtu tnllJ L D KASfENniNE lot D LoalirlUe Collrte c ttiinucy MEAT d MALT OO Loulmvllll Ifa DAVIESS COUNTY TCaBAOWENSBORO KY Cash Capital S5OOOO- Bt kh ldr Addtl Lliblllly 15000- 0Oaal F id far C tlomtr t100000 aDpanaaDdoe by man IDInt ptla OD U depodtar- e PER caNT tr II month r or 1 per sot foriborueiwrtodi Utoent total lnuM6UUlr rasa or will tot nuther aInI T L AMDEliaOir rreUMt Bern Pnepti Tettttn Gary hi wpetwr t1IIIIIIood SOUtlH- SlnMwu pHllI- Itotr1II8IDItIIr ta Lou of MsmerY des Will HIcPo tt69 o II Boris 00 811raSDlNetbn9Mat1d- with Caen Box A4Cnts jiLitlaMGaaot0 aT LOUIS MO Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican 4 DfOR- t t BUCKDRAUGHT I 1 tONSTIPATlON- j tion hnQthlngmor- otbl a of tbo stagaIfoVcry constipated sufferer that allowing poleooone filth to remain uystem would lOOn Re t mile 1 ation invite all kind of fcontfiibru Headaches bilious and many other all moms disappear conptl- a tod bowels relieved Thed thoroughlydeans and natur manner without the omel or otMr vio catharticeCsore 1 act tio on f sal Tbedford BlackDrantrbt aJ3IIfat Tats Me n rallt I Jrorrihtl TbtrJI fJla teaaua 1 k fl to 111ft Hot l EIIIaU thll kee JIIt I 0 011cratLUn- aytta r MOB LAW SCORED President Roosevelt Com mends Gov Durbins Course And Uses it as a Text for a Force ful Discussion of Lynch ing and Mob Vio lence Generally Indianapolis Aug is Governor William T Dnrbin has received from President Roosevelt a letter commend lpgtthe ftfUtucU assumed by him with reference to mobs and lynchlngsln Indiana in which he also cxpressess his own views on lynchings and mob violence generally He points out that mob violence is merely one form of anarchy and that anarchy is the forerunner of tyranny and then vig orously urges that the penalty for crimes that induce resort to lynching shall be applied swiftly and surely by due process of the courts eo that it may be demonstrated that the law is adequate to deal with crime by free Ing It from every vestige of technical- Ity and delay- President Roosevelts letter in unto Governor Durbin follows ROOSEVELT ON ton LAW Oyster Bay N Y Aug 6 1903 My Dear Governor Durbln Permit me to thank you as an American for the admirable way in which you have vindicated the majes ty of the law by your recent action ia reference to lynching I feel that yon have made all men your debtors who believeas all farseeing men must that the weltbeta g indeed the very existence of the Republic depends upon the spirit of orderly liberty un der the law which Is Incompatible with mob violence as with any form ol despotism Ot course mob violence is simply one form of anarchy and anarchy U now as it always has been the handmaiden and forerunner ol tyranny I leel that you have not only reflected honor upon the State which for its good fortune has you O- BIts chief executive but on the whole nation It la Incumbent upon every man throughout this country not only to hold up your hands in the course you have been following but to show his realization that the mat ter Is one ol vital concern to us all All men must feel the gravest alarm over the growth of lynching in this country and especially over the hideous forms no often taken by mob violence when colored men are the victims on which occasions the mob seems lo lay most weight not on the crime bnt OB the color of the crimi nal In a certain portion of the cases the man lynched has been guilty of a crime horrible beyond descriptiona crime so horrible that as far as he hltnsell Is concerned he has forfeited the right to any kind of sympathy whatsoever The feeling of all good citizens that such a hideous crime shall not be hideously punished by mobviolence is due not in the least to sympathy for the criminal but to a very lively sense of the train of dreadful consequences which follow the course taken by the mob in exact Ing inhuman vengence lor inhuman wrong In such cases it Is well to remember that the criminal not merely sins against all humanity In an In- expIable and unpardonable fashion but sins particularly against his own race and toes them a far greater poaeiblycases the colored people throughout the land should in every possible way show their belle that they more than all others in the community are hor rifled at the commission of such a crime and are pecu iarly concerned in taking every possible measure to pre vent its recurrence and bringing the criminal to immediate justice The slightest lack of vigor either in denunciation of the crime or in bring- Ing the criminal to justice Is itself unpardonable Moreover every ef fort should be made under the law to expedlate the proceedings ol justice in the case of such an awful crime But It can not be necessary In order to accomplish this to deprive any citizen ol those fundamental rights to be heard in his own defense which are so dear to us all and Which He at the root ol our liberty It certainly ought to be possible by the proper administration of laws to secure swift vengence upon a criminal and the beat s Immediate efforts of all leg- Islators judges and citizens should be addressed to securing such reforms in our legal procedure na to leave no vestige oi excuse for those misguided men who undertake to reap vengence through violent methods Men who have been guilty ol a crime like rape or murder should be visited with swift and certain punish ment and the just effort made by courts to protect them in their rights should under no circumstances be perverted into permitting any mere technicality to avert or delay their 3 Ii K D punishment Substantial rights of the prisoner to a fair trial must be guaranteed as you have justly insist cd that they should be but subject to this guarantee the law must work swiftly and surely and all agents of the law should realize the wrong they do when they permit justice to be de layed or thwarted for technical or In sufficient reasons We must show that the law is adequate to Baal with crime by feeling it from every vestige of technicality and delay1 but the fullest recognition of- the horrorol crime and the most com plete lack of sympathy with the din inal can not In the least diminish our horror at the way In which it bas be come customary to punish these crimes and at the consequences that are already proceeding therefrom- It is inevitable that where ven gence is taken by a mob it should Ire quently light on Innocent people and the wrong In such a case to the Indi vidual Is one for which there is QO remedy But even where the real criminal is reached the wrong done by the mob to the community Itself is well nigh as great Especially la this true where the lynching is ac- cOmpanied with torture There are certain hideous sights which when once seen can never be wholly erased from the mind The mere fact of having seen them implies degrada lion This is a thousand fold strong er when Instead of merely seeing the deed the man has participated In it Whoever in any part of our country has ever taken part in lawlessly put ting to death a criminal by the dreadful torture of fire must forever after have the awlul spectacle ol his own handiwork scared into his brain and soul He can never again be the same man This matter of lynching would be a terrible thing even lilt stopped with the lynching of men guilty of the in human and hideous crime of rape but as a matter of fact lawlessness of this type never does stop and never can atop In such fashion Every violent man in the community is en couraged by every case of lynching in which the lynchers go unpunished to take the law Into his own hands whenever it suits his convenience In the same way the use ol torture by mobs In certain cases is sure to spread until it is applied more or Isss India criminately In other cases The spirit of lawlessness grows with what It feeds on and when mobs with Impunity lynch criminals for one cause they are certain to begin to lynch real or alleged criminals for other causes In the recent cases of lynching over three fourths were not for rape at all but for murder at tempted murder and even less hein ous crimes Moreover the history of recent cases show the awlul tact that when the minds of men are ha bituated to the use of torture by lawless bodies to avenge crimes of a peculiarly revolting description other lawless bodfeslllruses torture tn order to punish crane ordinary types Surely no patriot cahlall to see the tearful b rutkli ration ash debasement which the Indulgence ol such A spirit and such practices Inevitably pore tendSurely all public men all writers for the dally press all who In any way have the right to address the public should with every energy unite to denounce such crimes and support those engaged in putting tthem down As a people we claim the right to speak with peculiar emphasis for the freedom and fair treat ment ol nil men without regard to differences of race fortune creed or color We forfeit the right so to speak when we commit or condone such crimes as these ol which I speak The nation like the individual can not commit a crime with impunity If we are guilty of lawlessness and brutal violence whether our guilt consists In active participation or in mere connivance and encouragement we shall assuredly suffer later on because of what we have done The corner stone of this republic as of all tree governments is respect for an obedience to the law If we permit the law to be defied or evaded whether by rich man or poor man by theblack man or white man we are just so much weakening the bonds of our civilization and Increasing the chances of its overthrow and ol the substitution therefor of a system in which there shall be violent alterna tions of anarchy and tyranny Sincerely yours THEODORE ROOSEVELT GOV DUBBINS COMMENTS Gov Durbn speaking of President Roosevelts letter said the Associated Press last night v I naturally feel gratified over the commendatlo which the Chief Ex ecutive of the country has seen fit to bestow on my acts in connection with the trouble at Evnnsvllle and I cer tainly regard it as a great compli ment to have his approval It is not for the Executive ol the State to meet the conditions to which he refers as much as it is for the people them selves A Legislature may make laws but their enforcement lies after all with the people for whose govern ment they are made There could no reasonable complaint either of ben Executive or Courts in this State the ground of nonenforcement of law for there have been eight execution lor capital offenses during my admin istration a record in that never before equalled in this State But it is nota race problem at Evans vllle After the negro Lee was removed to Vlncennes a mob assaulted the State when it assaulted its repre sentatives as It existed in the militia I am not prepared to say it was war on the colored race but rather gener al contempt for the orderly way of enforcing the law SMALLHOUS KY Quite a crowd from here attended the dedication at South Carrollton tart SundayMr Balls and wife of Cen tertown were the guests of their par ents Mr and Mr and Mrs William Balls Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Joe Bulloch Saturday a boy Miss Fannie Davis is visiting her AuntMrs Cury Rollol Nelson Creek Mr T R Barnard retarded to her home in Louisville Sunday after two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrr Sam Morton Miss Alice Eulkerson is the guest of her sister Mrs T L Withrow Central City M R H Everly is quite sick ol malaria lever Miss Ethel Hunter returned home Monday from LaGrange and Utica where she had been visiting friends and relatives Messrs Clarence Overhuls and Har ry Bennet returned Wednesday from Madlsonvllle where they were the guests of relatives and friends and at tended the fair Mr J R Hunter and son Edmond returned Monday from a few days visit to Mrs Trnnnell Utica Ky Mrs Duch Houk who Is the gueat of he slater anticipates going to Utica this week Miss Annie Taylor is very ill of typhoid lexer Mr R P Bennet who has been quite ill Is able to be out again Mrs J C Hill who spent last week with her parents went to her home WednesdayMr Hunter and Mr 0 W Overhulswent toSouth Carrollton Sunday Little Walter Maddox Rockport who has been visiting his uncle Mr M P Maddox has returned home Master Archie Addington Is the guest of Ills sister at Heflin Miss Ida Addington has recently returned from helm where she has been visiting Messrs Jesse Cnllertson and DeWeese oi Central City are visiting in this Community- Mrs Sam Morton was the guest ol of hersister Mrs Mary Rowe Cen tertown Monday Mr V B Morton returned Tues day from a trip to Bowling Green Dysentery curd Without tho Aid of Doctor I am just up from a had spell of the flux dysentery Mr T A Pinner a well known merchant of 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 of 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 fails and is pleasant to take Farsale by J H Williams Less And Less What a summer shirtwaist doesnt show Isnt there to show NO REASON Husband Why do you refuse to go with me to the opera WlfeDecause I have no gown Husband Thats no reason Youll see others there with even less on PUTTING ON That actress puts on no airs True She puts on every little New York Press AWormKlllor JA J Montgomery Puxico Wayne Co Mo writes I have little twin girls who have been both ered with worms all their lives I tried everything to relieve them which tailed until I used Whites Cream Ver mifuge the first two does brought four worms Irom 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 meet excellent med icine Whites Cream Vermllnge is good for children It not only des troys worms It helps the child to per 250atCASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of PARDON o Colonel Felix Backed up Pleas for Part clonforJosephus FreeIWttH Tender Per- sonalMessagesi Some Uuique Letters Copied From the Official Files In- v GovetJJQrBeckhams N Office Showing How Executive Clemen cy is Secured Frankfort Ky Aug nThe par don of files the preent State admin istration are astonishing in their revelations of the motives and Influences that goto secure pardons for male factors and criminals that have any polltlcallnfluence with the persons that surround Gov Beckham To one familiar with the public records and State papers it Is amazing to read the personal and political appeals that have been made and which were accepted and have been allowed to go on record an furnishing reasons for the granting a pardons From the standpoint oi personal in timacy the most extraordinary yet discovered is in the papers accompanying the pardon ol Josephus Free which was obtained through the energy and personal political pull of Joseph Donephan Fells Augusta Ky who is a member of the military household by the title ol Colonel It is not only astonished that Col Felix should mix intimate personal and political matters with his official application for the pardon ot a con vected rapist but it is amazing that the Governor should accept these with their revelation as personal doc umentsEntirely apart from the merits oi the pardon of Josephus Free the letters of his good friend Joseph Donephan are interesting from a literary point ofviewThe letter of earliest date of Mr Felix on file is of a very confident tone He asks the pardon In writing apparently for the first time al thoungh he had mentioned it orally before and seems to entertain no doubt of the granting of It The Mount to which Col Felix urges that the Governor give the devil is Gov Mount oi Indiana with whom Oov Beckham waVlria controvery at the time over the extradition ol W 8 Taylor The first letter hollows FIRST WRITTEN APPEAL Augusta Ky April 4 My Dear GovernorI transmit herewith for your consideration an application from a pardon I have no hesitate In believing that the facts submitted will Induce you to at once give this boy his liberty I urge you to do this as the record shows clearly his Innocence and the condition ol his mother Is really precarious and the sooner her boy returns to her the sooner will her condition of mind If not oi body be relieved In case you have any doubt about the matter please wire meat my expense so I can come personally to see you II you will at once grant this merltoni ous pardon please advise me of its having been granted by telephone at my expense Now do that li you please sir This is the pardon I spoke to you of I believe Give Mount the devil The old scoundrel deserves the condemnation offill 1f nest men Hoping you are getting along all right and with warmest good wishes Sencerely your friend Joseph Donephan Felix AN ASTONISHING PUBLIC DOCUMENT The second letter on file dated May 16 breathes also a tone ol confidence in his personal Influence In fact he scolds a little at delay This is in other respects an extraordinary letter inasmuch as the writer mixes up personal ftdmlnltlon for and flatter of the Governor as a lawyer with the freest discussion of intimate personal mat ters The names ol a number of well known Kentucky ladles married and unmarried of the highest respecta bility are nentipned in the freedom of personal famillary It would be improper to print the names of these ladles so offensively dragged Into an application for a par don of a bestial criminal The letter should never have been accepted for record II Col Felixs sense ol dellca cy was deficient the Governor should have come to the rescue He should returned the letter to Col Felix and demand that applications for official action be in official communica tons The letter fellows Augusta Ky May 16 1900 My Dear GovernorI am loath toI J write your further with reference to the pardon of Joseph Freet but th physlcleans of his mother have twice telephoned me recently that her con dition is critical and in gradually growing worst tbat her life IB fast ebbing away with her chances of liv ing being lessened each day with the warm weather now upon us The noncence of the boy his long confine ment the general desire lor his par don by leading citizens ought certain ly to warrant your clemency I hope you will send him home and 11m press upon this case The granting of his pardon will be a great gratlficn to me Governor The briefs in your case at Washing ton were tent to me and Iread them closely Ircannotncebnt one outcome and that is a decision favorable to you Bradleya brief was as otrong a one for that side of the case as could have been presented but it lacks legal stamina Their position is largely untenable- I suppose yon will go to the Canted crate Reunion at Louisville I expect to be there Friends write me that socIally this aflalr will be dellghtfu I noticed you were at and I suppose was charmed to see you I have a slight recollec tlon of her having when quite young been a resident of I lost my heart there once myself and my girl has been twice married since then I spent this week in Cincinnati the special cause of my visit there being the presence of Mrs ol and her friends Mrs Miss is also there and I enjoyed seeing her again She inquired much of you Sometime when you can meet me in Cincinnati and I will arrange to make you feel your oats for a few daysAsking you to remember me cordi ally to Tady Leigh and the boys I am Sincerely yours J sum DoNrtriiAN FKIIX SHARPLY scorn TUB GOVERNOR By the time June 12 had rolled around Mr Felix began to grow iin patlentwlth the delay ol the Govenor In a curt and pointed letter he began to make demands of States Chief Executive He stated he did not deserve such treatment and accused Gov Beckham ol personal and political ingratitude at not coming to taw The following is the letter Augusta Ky June 12 1990 My Dear Governor I confess I am at a loss to understand your terat ment of me recently Certainly the friendship and consideration and sup port I have shown you would seem to merit some gratitude But we will let these observations pass You will recall with reference to the pardon I have petitioned you for that when I personally presented the ap plication to you you gave your reas ons for delay and then after reflec tion you directed your secretary to prepare the pardon at one Out of consideration for you I suggested that you might delay a short time whereupon in the presence of both Leigh and Mr Byron you voluntari ly promised to send the boy home the fore coming week Since then now some two months that promise is not fulfilled Is this fair Is it just especially when upon the seatement of a physician the greatest emergency Is shown I submit to you that I teal that I have been badly treated and i ask that you show the Innocent boy prisoner for his dying mothers sake that you are willing to manifest jus tlce and mercy The press each day gives the Intelligence that you are pardoning men convicted of the worst offenses and certainly there Is no reason why the poor persecuted boy should not be given his liberty lam writing plainly Governor I leel that I am justified and it my ef forts to free a wronged and innocent youth offend you then I can truly say that your own course in this mat ter has truly provoked such frankness on my part You have several times promised to pardon this boy Please let me know what you propose to do now Very truly yours JOSEPH DONEPHAN FRLIX The Curse of the Pardon MHL In his speech to the j ury in the Jett White case at Cynthlaua on Tuesday Commonwealths Attorney A F Byrd of Breathitt county laid bare with merciless definiteness the Influ ence of the political pardon mill at Frankfort on crime nod lawlessness in ntuckybntespecially In the county where the State is maintain ing troops now to repress assassiuo tlon Mr Byrd Is a Democrat elected as- a Democrat and spoke in this case upon his oath and upon his con science and above nil with a knowl edge ol the hideous influences that hide behind the prerogative of clem ency Here Is what he said What do such men as these care for a sentence ol life Improvement as the laws are enforced now I had rather be sentenced to life imprison ment than sentenced to serve five years Governors turn the convicts loose They go back to their crimes- o I A TRUE STORY How a Young Wife Regained Her Health and Beauty w E Birch Alton Va an extensive fruit grower of that place writes tho following letter to tho Parana Medlclno Co of Columbus Ohio Wo print tho letter In full Alton Va Juno 41000 Tho Parana ModlclnoCo Columbus Os Gentlemen Tho country IB BO flooded with patent medicines ofevery kind that aro worthless and a humbug that I for ono am glad to be ablo to say Ihavo found ono that ia everything and more than la claimed for It My wife was very much run down and out of sorts in ovary way Bho had a polvlo disorder which loft her very weak nervous and no appotlto at alL Ono day I happened to be at my fathers store 8 A Birch Corosvlllo Alb county Va and noticed your modi clno ho had thoro for salo thought it might help my wife so I brought a bottlo of It homo and within a week eho commenced to oat and now ebjo Is hungry nil tho tlmo and not halt the modlelno has boon taken Wo both agree that Itboats any modlelno to bring on an appotlto and to put tho nervea In good shape that we havo ovor had any thing to do with Wo had our family doctor to give her modlelno and ho did all bo could but sho did not Improvo the and diseased almost it and you not satisfied your money cheer fully refunded West Main St a un feeling free of those for which they have been pardoned- If you sentence these men to life they will be pardoned and they will go back to Jackson to hunt down like dogs those who have testified against them II you are Men who have been convicted oi crimes as black as the murder of James B Marcum have been pordoned 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 of the foulest crimes men without conscience are turned loose upon society to continue their careers Turn these men loose upon the stricken county which has been the scene of their violation of the law and you will force the good citizens of that county either to go into exile to sacrifice their property to give up hbme oi childhood to flee in terror from that land of their birth the land in which they have a God given right to live or you will force them to the other alternative that ol banding themselves together to take up arms and go to lair of the assassins and those who hire them hud exterminate the whole lot Hang them and you will strike terror not only in the heart of those who hire murder done those who employs ruffians to shoot the lite out of men they wish to putout oi their way Louisville Indeed La Montt By the way old manI what became of that pipe of peaccI you had In your Indian cozy cornet Laraoyne Why my wife threw It at me when I came home late last night e For Sale t A Scholorshlp in Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply to this officeI lot Bho has con sumption In her tam fly and oho was In Bufh bad shape so run down nervous weak and could not ea that I had begun to got very uneasy but your medicine mido an entirely now woman of her Iboliovo sho oats and fools better now than ebo has for years f 7 have not the slightest doubt but I that your medlclno has saved her front a long spell ot sickness U nothing more All my fatally had begun to get uneasy but ot course she did not know it and I have only just told her of It since she has Improved so much ItI f Mre with itIV B Birch Fruit Grower Attorn Alb county VacJf you do not derivapoinptitmt satl tabtory results from tho nso of Pcruna Wto atonce to Dr giving a j U statement of your case and ho will l Ixj pleased to glvo you his valuabload IMdrcss Dr President el- Sanitarium Columbus O i RHEUMATISM c other ills produced by kidnoys can bo 111curedmarvelous relieving instantly Try it are will bo Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO f 130 Louisville Ky Imprisonment youbad guilty their HeraldS Peace Hartman Hartman t HOW YOU CAN TELL You can by examining the labol on your paper toll just how much you aro indebted 1 to us on your subscription ac count When you find how much that is wont you make 4 Our hearts glad by calling and settling same It may boa small amount but hundreds of small amounts will help us Como early For wo need tho money indeed wo do A Question of Time liDo your neighbors aiugthe latest songs of the day asked the land lord I shouldnt object to that an swered the sadeyed tenant their specialty is the latest songs of the night Washington St- arConstipation t And all symptoms andt ly Results of Indigestion iiWtuUlf rtmtred by till UM IIJOR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mon eqc4ltlt y vor oat you P I- IMr6 D t sctet4promlomtmerddMot tioaedout4ddirauaereyrdoryuratJtat emtIet t lurp a s- r eeqsly llmentsidrIDIt Dow well us It afalItwulemroeOnly wi ur the dninUt U uUMtuM toeeroad Ow IIIOD THD AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO Unan1 led 5 a 1 I Hartford Republican Iunedbylbe UarUord rDbnehingCompanyt- aconroaATzD c Eo HHITJIEdllor T rzzrxso2rsrc- Combo=land 34 nouZh v FRIDAY AUGUST 21 REPUBLICAN TICKET Foa OouRloRMonla D Delk1l0l- 10R UrVTanAKT OOURMOIIJ n Wllhoyt 08 TRue nRJob1l A Black Foa DITODoCOrge W Welsh Von ATTORJlU OnllRAIJW M tletkocr ron aECUTART or STATE1 C ptlgbt FOR 811IERI TJJlDEJlTLITlag ton McCartney- Pon COMLIer10RLn OF AORIctLTtREOeo Baker Fop CURE or CoUT or ArrsAIRJ IL Newman Eon axis areATOaAble e Bennett Pea ltrpRrerCTAT1TSDr A D nark Poa QRCrtT COURT CLIIREE O Barnes IT is only a matter of time until Jett and White will be back in busti flees at the old stand IT is reported that Caleb Powers may ask to be allowed to argue bis own case before the jury at Georgetown whore he IS now being tried for a third time for complicity in the murder of Goebel WIlL Judge Hargis Able Young or some other member of the Democratic State Central Committee fur nish this office with a copy of the State Democratic platform upon which Beckham Etc are running this year A sxurE juror a cousin to one of the attorneys for Jett again saved Jett from the gallows It is the gen oral improsaion that this juror as one is the former trial at Jackson had been tampered with by the apostle Hargis or some of his cohorts Cu sous things are suffered to be done in the courts of the State as now constituted Cor MORRIS D BELKNAP Republican nominee for Governor made a tour through Eastern Kentucky this week In the interest of his candidacy He received encouragement on every hand business men regardless of pol itlCS assured him of their support Too much Calhounism Hargisism Graft anti Pardon they say in the eckham administration Dora a party that is too cowardly to enunciate some principle or adopt a platform upon which it bases its claim to the suffrage of the people merit the support of anyone This is the status of the Democratic party in Kentucky It has not set forth a single act that it approves or con demns It dots not even approve the administration of Governor Beck ham yet ho Beckham is out asking a reelection at the hands of the same party which failed to indorse or approve of a single thing he has done while in office IJECRIIAMa lDdorsement on the pardon of Curtis Jett to be issued im mediatey after the election 1IIHe made out a good case of self defense 2lilt may have been a case of mistaken identity owing to the striking resemblance of WhIte and Jett 3 Then he proved by my committee man Judge Hargis that he was on the street at the time the shot was fir edand therefore did not commit the crime 4 Possibly he was suffer Ing from immotional insanity at the time he dId the killing and is no murderer at heart 5 He is a good Democrat and hIS victim a Republican I therefore grant him a full and free pardon rIlCuRT JmT and Tom White were by a jury of twelve men sentenced to life imprisonment in the penitentiary for the assassination of J B Marcum The jury stood elev en to one infavor of inflicting the death penalty on Jett These two l18SIl88inB have both been pardoned by Governor Deckham for crimes they had committed before they murdered Marcum It is now in order for Beckham to pardon them again with in the near future that they may continue to assist Judge HargIs in exter urinating all opposition to Harglslsm the apostle of latter day Democracy is Breathitt county and Eastern Ken tucky NEVER had the Republicans the independent voters and the liberal Democrats of the Sixth Judicial District a greater opportunity to per form a distinguished public service The Judiciary of the State has fallen into disrepute and the present weak and grossly incompetent State admin istratlon bar completely engulfed it in the slough of polluted political corruption The soulless Democratic machine which dominates the party in Kentucky gives the nominations to molt as a reward for dirty political rascality and you dont have to go fur to find a nominee for Circuit Judge who is so frightfully incompe tent that the men who are responsible for his nomination will not men tion his name only in a confiden tial way When the Republicans meet in Owensboro on September I they should and will nominate a man who is recommended to this responsible position by his ability in togrity competency and merit If men of this character are nominated for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney they will be trl- umphantly elected in November Cynthlanaand Georgetown Trials Newspaper defenders of Goebellsm liken Jett and White redhauded murderers by protesslou tried for the assassination of James fl Marcum to Caleb Powers a brave scholarly Christian gentleman on trial for com pllclty In au alleged conspiracy to assassinate William Goebel Beyond the fact that Goebel and Marcum were victims of assassins there Is no point of similarity between the Cynthlana and Georgetown trialsCaleb Powers was 30 or 40 miles away when the murder of Goebel was committed and conceding practically everything that the State claims the charges against him In connection with that crime are not as heinous as those hurled Into the teeth of Judge Hargis and Sheriff Callahan by the Commonwealths Attorneys who pros ecuted the assassins of James B Mar cumThe assassin of Goebel Is undoubtedly In the penitentiary today sere log a life sentence as the assassins of llarcum will be In due time It not re leased on pardons and there the aim lIarlty between the two cases ends When the whole power of the State of Kentucky from the Judges on the bench down to the petty Sheriffs who pack juries with vIcious partisans backed by the greatest corruption und ever available for a criminal prosecution Is used to hunt down md punish the men who procured the assassination of James B Mar cum as well as the vile wretches who lid their bidding and not until then can our Goebellte contemporaries claim that the same avenging spirit has dominated the prosecutions grow- Ing out of these two monument- alKentnckycrlmuLexlngton Leader S S- SMALLIIOUSE KY Aug J9Messr R P BallOwen Williams and wife and Miss Southard Rockport attended church at Equs11 ty Sunday Rev R Curtis and wife Rockport were In this neighborhood Sunday Mr and Mrs David Luck and son Matanzas were the guests of Mrs Joe Bullock Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Ball Rockport are the guests of Mr R II Evenly who Is very ill of typhoid fever Miss Debbie Taylor who has been quite ill of typhoid fever for the past two weeks Is Jut little better Mr Alva Calloway Is quite ill Gordon Howell who has been quite ill for several days Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Mat Allen have returned from a visit to relatives tn Breckenridge county Mr and Mrs C EOverton are vis- Iting Mr Overtons mother In Breck enrldge county this week Mrs Dud Allen Is spending this week with her father Mr Isaac Cum mings of the Hopewell neighbor hood who Is very sick Mr M D Maddox attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro last week Messrs J C Hill and Lewis Fnl- ker60n returned Saturday from a visit to Mr Hills sister Mrs Graves at SacramentoMr Porter and Miss Altha Addington visited Miss Althas home Saturday and Sunday Mr J R Hunter and wife were In Rockport Monday THREE FORKS KY Aug 17Mr Nat Howard Mor- gantown was here last week The protracted meeting at Mt Zion closed last Sunday Mr Mat Beekham of Oklahoma Is visiting his brother P H Deckham Miss Mattie Lawrence of Lawrence Bend visited her sister Mrs Mary Liles Saturday and Sunday Messrs R LLtles Rosine and W N Miller Rozey were the guests of Houston Ltles family a few days last weekMr W S Chapman visited his daughter at Morgantown a few days last week Mr W R Phillips and wife of Coles Bend visited Mr John Hills family at Martlnsvllle last Sunday Mr Harry A Wise Is visiting his brother D T Wise In Nashville Mrs Chas Phillips Is very sick FORDSVILLE KY August I8Mrs Alfred Hudson of Hartford visited her father Mr W R Jones of near here the first of the weekMrs Alice jones has gone to Missouri on an extended visit to her sons Quite a crowd from this place at tended the Chautauqua this week Mrs Roy Armendt of Narrows visited her parennts here last week Miss Artie Smith spent Sunday afternoon In the country Mr Bob DufJol Narrows was In town last Sunday John H Smith and family spent last week In Owensboro Miss Daisy Ragland of Rosine Is visiting the Misses Gains this week Mr John Mills came up from Can tral City Sunday Mr Jake Holdermau and wife who have been visiting Mr Holdermans mother will return In a short time to their home In Arizona S p YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INQ When you take trove a Taeteiee Chill Tonic be cane the formula I plainly printed on ever bottle showing that It I IUlply iron and Quinine In ntntelees form No Cure No lay5c WILL GET HIM YET Byrd Not Satisfied With Jett VerdIct But Thinks lie Can Hang HIm For Cockrill Murder Cyuthlana Ky Aug 2oCyntht ana has assumed her usual quietude Curtis Jett and Tom White were both removed from here Saturday The soldiers have resumed their citizens clothing most of the people have quit talking about the verdict and accept It now as n matter of course It would be useless to ray that they are not satllfied for fully 90 per cent of the people here were strongly lu favor 101 a venict of hanging The Commonwealths Attorneys says that they will try Jett at the regular term fur the alleged kllling of James Cockrill They seem to think there Is no doubt about the legality of trying him pending the appeal In the case just tried Mr Byrd said he- was not satisfied with the verdict In this case but he had n stronger case against Jett for the killing of Cockrtll He says there are three eyewltnesses to the killing and also says a motive can be proved MATANZAS KY August r8Mr Anthany Wood ward and wile of Missouri have been spending some days with friends and relatives In this neighborhood Mr H A Denting of Jamestown N Y was here a few days since Mr Deurlng Is connected with au oil speculating company and has visited points In the southern part of the State and has taken leases which he thinks will likely be profitable Mr S W Bilbro attended the Chautauqua Tuesday and Wednesday Mr and Mrs S A Bratcher entertained number of their friends Sun dayMr A D Tlchenor and family Mr Wm Brown and family and Mr Woodward and wile spent Saturday at fishing Quite a party from this neIghbor hood attended the Chautauqua Sat urday and Sunday HORTON KY Aug J9Mrs Charles Young St Louis Is the guest of her father Dr I H Hommons Rev McKay filled his regular appointment at Bethel Sunday Messrs Clayton Hocker and James Black of Cromwell were In our com munlty last week on business G D Wilson Roslue was In town Saturday W W Park was In Beaver Dam SaturdayMiss Lee of Hendersou county Is visiting Mr L W Lee Mr Joseph Griffin Is on the sick listRev McKay Rosine was the guest of Mr Will Duke Sunday Mr Melvin Liles Mrs Ollie Dar nard and Mrs Willie Liles of Taylor Mines attended services at Bethel church Sunday Born to the wife of Albert Austin August 2 a boy Born to Mr and Mrs Alonzo Aus tin August 11 a girl Mr Albert Crabtree of Beaver Dam visited In our midst Sunday Mr James Tweddell was In Heaver Dam Saturday Miss Fannie Black left Sunday for her uncles Mr John Felix of near Hamlins Chapel where she will reo side In the future CERALVO KY August 18Nr Meriwether Rich ardson Rlchardaville visited this his old come last week Miss Minnie McIntyre will visit friends here Friday and Saturday Miss Jessie and Pearl Norris visited friends and relatives In Central City last week Mr Preston Brown of Missouri was here some day ago Mrs Mertle Brown wife ofJames L Brown of near here died Sunday and was burled Monday at Provl deuce The Public school at the Coleman schoolhouse began Monday Eugene Ktmmel teacher FORT NIAGARA DOINGS MR EDITOR The weather Is great with large days full of sunshine and silvery clouds and sweet flowers and cool fresh breezes from lake and rev er that would delight Old Paw him self and Invoke jealousy of the Gods of other cllmesbut next winter Well thats another story Of the vast stream of people to see our great Niagara a few drift down to see the Old Fort and French Barracks of Colonial times On Saturdays and sometimes Sun days we have baseball on the parade and we beat all amateur teams we stack up against August third was a Civic Celebration over In Canada and yacht racing on the lake July J4th to 20th we took au ex cursion tn force to Detroit Mich where there was much parading In honor of San Juan Hill and a grand military tournament for the benefit of the society of the army of Santiago de Cuba There were hundreds of thousands to see the parade and from five to ten or more thousand people paid fifty cents apiece to see the grand military tournament They got their moneys worth too for Buffalo Bills Show Is tame corn pared to the cossack drill and barer back exercises of the crack troop of the Second Calvery Their troop Rud sobre drill was also fine Then the Ninth Infantry composlt company gave some fine military movements and calisthenics The Twentyfirst Battery of Field Artillery did some stunts of driv- Ing and firing blank shellsActou Front Acton Rear etcthat gave a flavor of real war and caused the un Initiated to start at each valley About one a m of the 18th July a rain and wind storm blew down near ly half our tents and gave ns a reminder of the good old times to the Philippines during the rainy reason But you are tired dear reader and so I bid you adlar J C D BRIEF NOTES It Is estimated that 20000 vererans of the G A R are attending the thlrtvseventh annual encampment which began Monday In San Fran ciscoA Pennsylvania minister unable to find a house to rent has given up his pastorate alleging that the Lord has taken that plan of showing him that he should go elsewhere Four prisoners escaped from the Lawrenceburg jail Monday morning by sawing the locks off the prison doors One of them Henry Thomas a negro was recaptured A young woman Is dead one young man insane and two men and two women are missing the result of a picnic In California The cause of the catastrophe Is 1 mystery The highest wage In the world Is 78 3o a minute for a day ot six hours It Is received by the Czar of Russia and It Is doubtful II many people would care to thread his way amid plots and dynamite bombs even for the wage An excellent complexion wash Ice made by taking a quart of amonia half a gill of vitrol a hodul of axle grease two cups of gasoline and a dozen clothes pius Give the clothes pins to the church and pour the rest of the smear on the dog The Panama canal treaty has been unanimously rejected by the Comm bran Senate and a feeling of depres sion seems to exist throughout the Isthmus Fears of a secession move ment are expressed Under the Isthmian Canal Act the President of the United States Is authorIzed to make the necessary treaties fora canal with Costa Rica and Nlcargua Notice From now until the first day of October J903 we will receive sealed bids on the lower room of the Mason is building at Dundee Ohio county Ky For particulars or further In formation apply to J A WESTltRFmrD E G KIRBY DR J H MAXWELL E P 1 Corn J MOORENotice All persons havIng books belong Ing to the Ohio County Teachers LI brary are urged to bring them to my office on or before August 25 It Is very necessary this be done Truly J M DEWEESE Sc S 5 p ResolutIons WmtREAS In accord to the Dlvlne will one of our Sunday School has been called from her labors In our school and- NIIEREAS A vacant seat Is left to remind us that nevermore will we be permitted to enjoy the pleasant greet lug the affable and lovable nature of Bertha Cox In our Sunday School In our social gatherings and In the home of of her therefore we offer the following resolutionsIrat That though we deeply de plore the loss of our departed friend and coworker whose youthful life was just blooming Into womanhood yet we submit feeling that our loss Is her gain 2nd That we extend to the bereave ed family our tenderest sympathy In their sad bereavement and commend them to HIm In whose hands the des tiny of all people and nature hangs 3rd That while we will ever cheer Ish the memory of Bertha yet we humbly bow to the will of Him who doeth all things well 4th That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Sun day School and a copy sent to the family of the deceased and also copies furnished the county papers for publicationS MRS C M TAYLOR LAURA COLEMAN lcom I OLATON KY August 19Farmers are busy now breaking wheat ground and pulling tobacco suckers The crop of worms so far have been light Dr Chas Felix has returned home from Indiana where he has been visiting for sometime Mr Ollie Daft spent Sunday In Grayson county spendIngMrs George Frlsh of Louisville Is visiting her sister Mrs N B White RENFROW KY Mr Homer Batten has moved Into H M Aliens house R M Young has begun to rebuild his house which was burned some weeks ago- Granvil and Leonard Morris went to Butler county last Sunday H C Crowder has moved to Baize town II T Crowder went to Horse Branch last Saturday Mrs Jqe Hudson and children are visiting C H Hudson this week TO D TROIT AND NIAGARA I Leaving McHenry ou the J4th of July we went Immediately to Louisville where at j30 next morning we boarded an elegantly decorated special for Detroit passing through a coun try Of great agriculture resources and immense oil fields we arrived at Detroit the metropolis of Michigan at 830 p m There we were met by an Epworth League Committee and assigned homes The next morning we began feast- Ing our eyes on the beautiful city which had donned Its loveliest garb to do honor to the zealous band of work ers the Epworth League together with gay decorations for the Santiago soldiers who had the good fortune to be holding a reunion at the same place We found Detroit a city of model homes wide well paved streets generally lined with beautiful shade trees and at night brilliantly illuminated with electricity But the man Ifold charm of Detroit lies lu her river and lake resorts The pleasure seekI ers leaving the noisy city soon burled themselves In green fields aDd shady highways as they ascended Detroit river to Lake St Clair passed around Belle Isle Park which Is nn Island of seven hundred acres In the Detrult river being the finest natural park belonging to any American city down to Bois Blank Path In the huge Columbia and many other short trips of equal grandeur such as the St Clair Flats better known as the Venice of America the historical Put InBay all go to make the modern visitor feel like his summer days had passed In a dream After spending a week In Detroit sightseeing and at tending the Fpwerth League Convention we left on Monday for Niagara Falls to view the grand and plctur esque creations of Gods great handl workArriving at the Falls we stood at the most southern point of Goat Is land and saw the limpid water divide to take Its course around the Island Seemingly It could not resist the In vitation to plunge Into the slanting river bed with Its huge bowlders stand- Ing firm and solid to which It must be dashed with great force dashing the water from fifteen to twenty feet high On It goes down the rocky decent rushing past the Three Sister Islands on and on till you feel your pulse beat with great emotion as It plunges over the high precipice and tall In Its rocky bed below The facnatlon of the Falls Is beyond the telling as you stand and listen to the mighty rush and roar of of the water remlndlngone of au ape proachlng storm and the nevertobe forgotten colors from chalky white to various shades of green and the mist towering high above the Fa11s like some huge engine displaying Its mighty strength In sending up vast volumes of great white smoke Nor is all this the only object Gf Interest lu this bewitching scenery for when the sun has reached a certain height beautiful rainbows flash In the sun ligbtvelling the mist from the green and turbid water of the Niagara which seemingly Is resting alter It has fallen tn Its rocky bed Peacefully It glides until It reaches the Erie bridge where the whirlpool rapids begin Here the visitor has an excellent opportunity to view the rapids from Niagara to Llwlston by means of an electric railway near the waters edge- Leaving Niagara Falls we confined our Jonrney to Toronto the religious city taking a tallyho ride of two hours over the city One Is convinced that tt has its just title from the many magnificent houses of wore shipLeaving Toronto at 4 p m on the steamer Toronto we were soon far out on lake Ontario watching the scudding vessels cut through the shimmering water making a single track like a wide silver rlbbon Soon the scene shined the monarch of the day was bidding us good bye before laying down In his watery couch A long band of dim blue clouds stretch ed across the far away horIzon while the crimson the scarlet the blue and burning gold were there with all their glorious tlntlngs together we stood and saw the king of the day die and when the first stars appeared In the zenith above we retired for the flow and ebb of tide to walt sweet music through our dreams On awakening the next morning we found ourselves In the great St 11wrence river amid the Thousand Islands the beauties of which constitute an attraction rival fag any scenery found I any other river lien the pretty palaces with their green lawns dotted with bright flow ers of every huethe rose the geranium and molt all snlilhcrn flrwera seem to be perfectly at home In this cool northern cllmatf Leaving the steamer It Alexandria Bay we em barked on a little yacht the Copt Vlsgt for a three hours cruise among the Island passing through the Lost Channel KIt Needles Eye and many others of great attraction We had full view of all the beautiful castles pretty cottages quaint little foot bridges made of Interwoven hranchu of trees and Islands win their rocky walls covered with dark green moss- Leaving Alexandria Bay we dlpllt cd for home feeling that He who ere ated all things created these wonderful sights for the gladness of ills fellow belnglland IIIm el- I VnBDAsnnv VIOLA PJR1rE Lost Hair U My hair came out by the hand ful and the hairs began to creep In I tried Ayers Hair Vigor and It stopped the hair from com Ing out and restored the color Mrs hl D Gray No Salem Mass Theres l pleasure in offering such a preparation as Aycrs Hair Vigor It gives to all who use it such satisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in usIng such an old and reliable prepara tion stoo a hotel All nnllJ If yar druggist cannot Fpb you end UI one dollar Iud we wl 8you a the or your nearutexfreuoaRce AddllN u Mae SHERIFFS SAEI- By virtue of Execution No 2027B- II directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of Jefferson Bard against C V Cambron I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 7th day of September 193 between the hours at J oclock p m and 3 octock pmat the Court House door InUart ford Ohio countyKy uposeto pub lie sale to the highest and beat bidder the following property or so much thereof all way be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costs to wit Beginning at Bud Sapps NW corner thence E with John Neigh borss line to the corner of Eliza Paul and J C Neighbors thence a South course with Walter MldkllTs line to Frank Coppages corner thence W with his line to Henry Felixs line thence N with said line to Bud Sapps cornerthence wltu said line to J CNelghbors lInethence to the be gInning containing 60 acres more or less Less to acres oil the side next adjoining Prank Coppage See deed book No 22 page 247 Ohio County Clerks Officeor a better description levied upon as the property of C V Cambron nee Clark- TERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing In terest at the rate of 6 percent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this loth day O f August r93ICAL P KROWN S O C Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last r5 years and believe him perfectly honorable In any business transactions and finan dally able to carry out any obllga 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 and mucous serfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 7SC per bottle Sold by all Druggists Hells Family Pills are the test I OAT nABean the BIpa1Iltct pills IlAd Yoa Bm AhI1r1 Bright Call for Convention Pursuant to the call of thr Sixth Judicial District Committee the Re publicans of Ohio county are called to meet In Mass Convention at hartf- ord Ky on Saturday August 29 r903 at one oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to at tend a convention to be held at Ow ensboro Ky September r 1903 at one oclock p m for the purpose of nominating candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney All persons of whatever political affiliation who are Interested In the selection of competent men to fill these offices are Invited to attend NICIIOLAS BARRASS Chmn- J M DEWnnSE Secy- When you want a physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and certain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by J H Williams ALEXANDER KY Miss Ira Mills who has been sick for the past few weeks Is slowly 1m provingMr Patton and wife visited their daughter Mrs Noble Dodson Hopkins county last week Messrs Haden Webb and James Tanner Misses Myrtle and Ethel Moreland attended the Chautauqua at Owensdoro Saturday Mrs Lonnie Davis No Creek spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Rids Ward Mr Charley Wooldrldge Mayson vllle visited In this neighborhood Sunday Mrs Amanda Moseley Is visiting her brother Mr Jasper Patton Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablets are just what Is needed to clean the stomach and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be pre vented In the same wnyFor sale by J H Williams a i- o E P BARNES BRO t t HANDLES THE FAMOUS HighaJClassC t4 1 i Staver BuggiesQ lr Theso Vehicles stand alono in this mnrkot ns to It 4 quality workmanship null material We have boon distributors of Buggies for quito it numbor of years t4 and our oxptrionct it certainly worth a great deal W when it comes to selecting tho Volucloa that nru best t-t4t adapted to the needs and wants of this trade tiVo 1- Jt 4 cnn soil you Buggies at 1500 5000 0000 and UOOO Everyone arc big values for the tradej 4 Vo invite a close inspection of this lino and wo tknow that a look from n mall who needs a Buggy 4 will result in a sale l Buggy Harness it I We are shaving an attractivo line of this goods at I- t4 4 very moderato prices Elegant sot of Humes and 4 Collar Harness at 850 A Singlostmp Seta beauty1000 A Doubled and Stiched Sot with i 15trfi t Buggy Whips and Lap Robes E f4 Whips from lOc to 75c each Lap Robes from h It fiOc to 100 each t G Wagons 4 We are the solo distributors of OLD IIIGKORY null TENNESSEE WAGONS for this territory t These goods arc made right at homo and tho ox 4i ponso of thorn to this market is much less 1 tn than anyother flrstclnss Wagon consequently wo tq call give you the best Wagon sold for less money b1 EIntn wheels Como to Beaver Dam whore you cnn got it your moneys worth in anything you have to buy t1b1Beaver Dam Kentucky tM M I 4 l 2IT HARTFORD KY o FOUR DAYS o 15he OHIOi1 COUNTY FAIR Sept 30 Oct 1 9 2 and 3 The celebrated Louisville Newsboys Band will furnishmusic during the Fair Good Premiums offered fr all Farm Products Speed Rings each Day Good Running Good Trotting and Pacing for Good Premiums A number of SpeCial attractions will be the feat ures each dayIFair Grounds have been improved and beautified until they are the most beautiful in the StAte The Farmers are especially invited to come and spend a day with their friends Send for Catalogue to Rowan Holbrook Presi dentor S T Stevens Secretary Something New Automobile Race Second Day Ladies and Children Free First Day D 1TS Last Chance on Summer Goods I Following our usual custom wo have inaugurated big i 4 VINDUP SALE on our Sun mor Merchandise All of those aro great bargains Many arc lower titan factory prices tolay Our him is to close out our entire stock o odds and onus romnnnts otc before our fill stock arrives Wash Goods Fancy Itlltured Organdies 37- cPulka Dot Iawne se Scotch L wnn- Pigured 4C Dlntttlea Ioe Solid color Orgnudles loe Sheer India Linens lac- UxtrR IndiA Linens r5c and 20 White Piques rsc and 2SC White Welts 2oc Entire Line 2OC Mercerized GlnghaulI rsc Shoe Department t Gxford Tlc sold for 2 SO now 2 Pat Leather Strap Slippers now S2 Pat tip Oxfords sold for S2 now Sr 3S All out 150 Oxlords now 120 Hntlre line Sr 25 Oxfords now r oo- Chlldrene Oxfords 5 to S at Sot 9 to r3 75C13s to t at t Mea lowcut Sboea lormer price 2 now I 15o Good quality Low cut shoes ioo The Bargain Centrr Is A5OOO8JIo1tifii1Luri GIVEN AWAY If you wInt to bo the lucky person buy your goods from us from now until the end of the year and got n guess nt the length of limo the BIG CANDLE will burn Tho first porn to guess the exact number of hours or the ono guessing thu nearest to the ox act number of hours the canl 1dlo will burn gets the Furni Iuch dollar spout gets Ono Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may ho tho lucky party This is upon to nIlcnah customers Come to see us anti got moro for your money than you are ondbred elsewh- ereCARSON co HARTFORD KY Real EstateFARM DO YOU I have some land for sale 78acros near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good v conditiOi1 s and a bargain 135 tlcros four miles north of Hartford for 800 In ggod condition Good building c If you want to buy or soil seo mo S A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate HARTFORD KY Notice I will hold an examination to select appointees to the Normal depart went of the Agricultural and Mechanical College on August 28th 1p last day of Institute There are yet three vacancies The examination will be competitive Very truly J M DnWaJtSR S C S I Clothing Department Childs Odd Pants 5oc Boys Sultllpantscoat vest S2 5O Mens an wool Suits 14 and up Mens serge Coats and Vellta S2 up Mens Cotton Pants 5oc Call1limere Pants r up Corduroy Punta 150 Boys School Paula 5oc Boys odd Coats SI np Lace CurtainsSP- ECIALSExtremely showy 3 J yards by 47 Inches wide extra deep border In large floral designs with covered ground In floral branch ef recta prince 200 Extra wide net center with set de signs heavy artistic border In comb nation floral stripe and openwork ef Sects very striking overtock edges 3 4 yards long6o In wide price Srso Curtain Scrims 5c to roc per yd Curtain Poles toe Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST u Read Davlesa Co Bk Tr Co ad City Restaurant for the nicest Can dies In Hartford Try our nice Soup roc per bowl at City Restaurant Soda Water Lemonade and Coco Cola at City Restaurant My What delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Get a mess of nice fresh Fish at City Restaurant when is Hartford We have some big bargains to oUer In summer clothing CARSON Co An Ladles Misses and Chlldrens Slippers at reduced prices ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORn We are making closing out prices on all summer goods CARSON CO Get your meals when In Hartford at City Restaurant livery thing first class Guess on the big candle and per haps you will get the Iso suit of far ntture CARSON Co OSTItOlATJIDr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf WANTED Good white Rill to do house work for small family Ad dress lock box 3t Hartford Ky tf Mrs Sarah Colllus Smith will leave Monday for Louisville St Louis and Cincinnati to purchase her Jail stock of goods AU Carters Pure Apple Vinegar Fresh Meats Bacon lIamJard c constanly on hand at W H Moores Meat Market All Lawns and thin Summer Drees Goods at a greatly reduced price Some at cost and some at below cost ECONOMY DRY GOODS STOUt When you trade with Carson Co ask for a ticket so you can guess on the number oj hours the big candle will burn Theres 50 In It We like best to can SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so emphatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor lug appetite of giving now strength to the tissues especially to the nerves Its action is that of a medicineSeaitor free Chemists 4ogrtlreulStreet IhwVkI soc + ool aUdnJaUtaj Cicero Igleheart Dawson Is vlllit big In Hartford this week Capt W T Ellis Owensboro Is attending court here this week Miss Olive Carson went to Louis vllle Saturday to make an extended visit Miss Edith Carson returned yester Jay after a weeks stay at the Chau tauqua at Owensboro Countyfand taken charge of the county work See our samples for Ladles Tailor made suits Rain and Dust Coats We take your measure and have them made to order ECONOMY DRY Goons STORE At the singing contest at the Central Grove picnic recently the Hick ory Hill singing class won first prize a beauttful parlor lamp and Mr A T Bishop won the prize offered for the best solo singer- WANTEDEyerybody to buy their MIllinery Goods at the Economy Dry Goods Store We will sell you a hat at your own price to make room for our mammoth fall line Mas SARAU CtJIIINS SMITII Why not do your trading with Car son Co and get a guess on the candle We give a guess for every r spent In cash or good country pro duce We are going to give a E50 suit of Furniture to the one who guesses the number of hours or near eat number of hours the big candle will burn Call on A C Taylor for anything in the Under takers line Coffins any size or style furnished at a reasonable price His nice funeral car at your service any hour Marriage LIcense William Reynolds age 2r Select to Iva Leach age r6 Cromwell R P Baize age 21 Render to Datzy D Davis age 17 Sulphur Springs Otis S Hoover age 2i No Creek to Pearl A GoU age 17 No Creek Hills Baize age 3r Select to Pan nie James age 21 Select Robert M Duncan age 28 Lnzerne- to Ina Johnson age 21 Pordsville S P lulkerson age 22 Echolsto Francis Decker age IS 1c1iols INTERURBAN RAILROAD Engineers RunnIng a line From Henderson to Hartford Engineer Stewart and six others accompanying him all In the employ of the Henderson and Hartford Interur ban railway promoters arrived In the city Sunday to began a preliminary survey of the route of the road be tween this city and Green river says the Henderson Gleaner Two lIen derson men were added to the force thus the party now on the line be tween here and Green river numbers nine souls Sunday afternoon Col- E G Sebree and Engineer Stewart drove out several miles along the line ot the proposed survey In order to locate a starting point on Fifth street and ron first an air line to a designated point on Green river They will then run two other parallel lines In or der to discover the easiest grades The work will be thoroughly done and then a report made Col Sebree Informs the Gleaner that the route from Hartford to Green river hRS been located and the right of way secured On being asked If he really believed the road would be built he replied I can not under stand why so much money Is being expended In surveys J there Is any doubt of Its building The road will prove one of vast ben cfit not only to every farm along the line but of Immense benefit to Henderson Certainly Henderson should encourage Its building In every practical way In her power ROCKPORT KY Miss Gracie Stokes Greenvllle le- the guest of friends here Miss Lillie ChlsenhaU has returned home alter a six weeks visit to her mother Mrs Kate Chlsehall at McHenry Mr and Mrs John Duncan of- Greenpille were the guests or helr parenta Mr and Mrs D Duncan last week Miss Lt11ie Henelerle le visiting at OwensboroMr Mrs M J Reid have ree turned home aftera visit to friends at HartfordMr Mrs HaUl Tichenor oj Calhoun were the guest of their parents Mr and Mrs D TlcherIor last week Dr A D Park attended court at Hartford this week MraD P Glbbe sad children are la Owensboro Misses Alace Reid Burnice Haden Lillie Hendrte Grace Stokes Ada Hendrte and Mist Bishop of Sturgis and Mrs Anna attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro this week Miss Cora Reid Is very ill with typhoid fever Mrs 81D Dempsy ot Stur gis are the guests of Mrs Pierce and family this week Mrs Kate Chlsenhan and son Mc Henry were the guests of Mrs Chirenballe sister Mta Sam Maples this week Miss Jessie Chevan of Beaver Dam le the guest of her uncle Harry WaddleMr Maples and family were the guests of Mr Maples parents near Hartford this week Mrs ClaraDeWittis theguestofhec mother Mrs Layton at Livermore f f f f f f f H PERSONAL MENTION t1 1itttt 1t11tl1tt1aa t J M Rowe Centertown was here TuesdayWm Centertown was here Tuesday C K Reneer Centertown was here TuesdayClarencE Asbby McHenry was In town Friday P B Bidwell Matanzas was In town Friday B F Calbert Centertown was here Tuesday Amos Decker Centertown was here Tuesday Charley Bullock Ceralvo was In town Tuesday W T Bishop Ceralvo was In town Tuesday W F Coffman Matanzas was In town Saturday Wll Bishop Ceralvo was lu town Tuesday C G Kimbley Ceralvo was In town Tuesday Willie Park Clear Run was In town Tuesday C D Wallace Cromwell was In town yesterday Warren Lindley Pt Pleasant was In town Friday O B Bosklt Centertown was in TuesdayIDr J D Maddox Rockport was In town Tuesday A B Tichenor Matanzas was In town Wednesday James Chancellor Centertown was In the city Wednesday W C Overton Echols called to see us while In town Tuesday A T Bishop Render called to see us while In town Tuesday T C Bean Dundee called to see us while lu town Saturday J B Herndon McHenry called to see us while In town Friday Joe James Centertown called to see us while In the city Tuesday W C Smith McHenry called to see us while In town Friday Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd Horse Branch was In town Tuesday A J Harris Pordsvllle called to see us while In town Monday R E Eudaley Ceralvo called to see us while In town Tuesday Jesse Everty Ceralvo called at this office whlle In town Tuesday J n Miller Sunnydale called to see us while In town Saturday E W ROss Centertown called to see us while In town Saturday Mr Hudson Balzetown called to see WI while In town Monday Ernest Rhoads Centertowu called to see us while In town Tuesday Blumer Renfrow Narrows caned to see us while In town Saturday Herman Render Centertown called to see us while In town Saturday Tilden Taylor Matanzas Caned to to see us while In town Saturday A Henderson Pordsville made us pleasant call while lu town Monday L C Taylor Matanzas made us a pleasant call while In town Friday P L Wood Ceralvo made us a pleasant call while In town Tuesday F A Shaver Beds made us a very pleasantcall while In town Monday Raleigh Godsey Pordsvllle called at this office while In town Monday Mr and Mrs W C Smith McHen ry visited Mrs Mary E Taylor Mon dayDr A D Park Rockport made us- a pleasant can while In town Mon day Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines called to see us while In town Satur dayA R Mitchell Pordsvllle made us a pleasant call white In town Mon dayS A Bratcher MatanZs made us a pleasant call while In town Saturday J R York Rosins made us a pleasant call while to town Wednesday Miss Hazel Tappin South Carroll ton Is visiting Miss Ida Park this week Hmmet Render Matanzas made us- a pleasant can while In town wed nesday Ham T Maddox Ctralvo made us a pleasant can while In town Wed nesday Esq G W Martin Balzetown made us a pleasant while call In tovn MondayG Rowe Centertown made us a very pleasant call while In town Tuesday J B Blankenshlp Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call while In towp yesterday SherlffCaI P Keown attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Willie Woodward Beaver Dam called at this office while In town Wednesday W H Render Livermore mode us a very pleasant call while it town Wednesday Mrs J W Raley Louisville sister of U L Heavrin city is quite It o1 typhoid fever Mick NaU agent for I C R R- CoMcHeury called to see us while In town Monday Attorneys J E Davidson and R R courtrat Balzetown Mrs W R Fowlkes ot Centre Miss arrived Tuesday to be the guest of her fatherMr A W Davidson for several days Misses ma and Zelpah Taylor of the Liberty neighborhood were the guests of their cousIn Mrs Mary IL Taylor yesterday Miss Ida Park city Miss Hazel Tappin South Carrollton and Mr Sherman Park city made us a very pleasant call Tuesday Mrs S K Cox Miss Florence White Miss Bessie Morton Mrs Lee Chinn Miss Bernice Miller Mrs W S Tinsley and P C Miller attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro Sun day r You should call on A- Ce Taylor the Undertaker when in need of any thing jn his line He can furnish burial outfit on short notice at a very moderate price DARING ROBBERY Aged Man Held up at James Youngers Show And 30 TakenMay Lose his Mind Over it lilt Sterling Ky Aug 19A dar Ing robber has just come to light I here John Helton of Aarons Run this county a ninety year old farmer had 30 In green backs taken from him In James Youngers Wild West Show while It was here He procured the money from a bank to play on a gambling game but when he return ed to the game the money was taken from him and on penalty of death he pledged never to reveal It He nearly went crazy and divulged his mlsfortunednrlng steep No clue to the theif has been found though officers tracked him to Lexington Heltoae friends fear he will lose his reason over the loss of aU his money i LIVERMORE KY Augustl r9Mr and Mrs John Massie have returned from Owens boro where they have been visiting for the last week Miss Sadie Rice Ur and Mrs D H Quigg Mr and Mrs W H Newton and family S W Rowan Misses Martha Simmons Kathallne Lyvres G S Hicks and family attended the Chautauqua at Oweusboro last week Dr and Mrs P DeWtt of Rock port Ky are visiting relatives at this place Mrs W H Hinkle and grandchU then of Paducah who have been via sting the family of C B Edmunds have returned home Dr H J Beard R I Carman S T Kenklns and C A Shaver attended the Chautauqua Wednesday The steamer Charlie Curlin which has been the Calhoou and Livermore packet for the last six months has been told to New Orleans parties the Kallsta wilt take her place Rev Geo H Givan who has been lit for several weeks with a compllc Lion of diseases Is still Improving Miss Sarah Hart oj Owensboro who has been visiting Rev Givan returned home Monday accompanied by Prol W P Stevens Ur and Mrs W H Caiman and son Walter of Leitch field are visit- Ing friends here this week Mr and Mrs Jas Henneger of Spring Lick are visiting their sons Will and Grover this week The corporate limits of the town of Livermore have been extended so as to Increase the population about 200 Miss Maggie May of Central City Is visiting her sister Mrs W H Hazard Mr H O Schrreter Is at our land- Ing with his Floating Studio Mr and Mrs Jas Hunter and Mrs Welsh pf Louisville are visiting Mrs FLyvres Otto Pressor heading sawyer at Ackers Milt got his hand so badly mangled by the saw thAt his fore fin ger had to be amputated A suit has been filed In the McLean Circuit Court by the opposition to the graded school to enjoin the collection oj tax to maintain the proposed grad ed echooll IUs expected there will be a lively contestas quite a number or the enterprising and influential cit hens are determined to have a good school at any cost The Ohio oU representatives are prospecting here for oil MIss Lucy Hall of Alabama Is via sting frlenda here this week Prof M D Maddox was In town Monday Mr Dick Busklll and wife visited Mr A J Busklll last week Misses Mary Llndlcy and Willie Tlchenot of Point Pleasant are visit- Ing Mtsa EdlthTlchenor this week Mr Everett Tichenor of Center town visited Worth Tichenor last week Mr Hubert Cottman of Coffman was In town Friday Messrs Ernie Morton S M Dex ter and Claude Myers were In town Tuesday Mrs Dr B F Tichenor of Center town is visiting friends In and near Livermore this week Mr Rot Atherton was in town to day Miss Bessie Atherton of near Llvla visited Miss Audrie Hackett several days Iaslweek r your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills wilt clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 25c Alt drurelt WaD tour moutehe or beard beuutul bro nor rich blckI Term e II BUCKINGIIAMS DYEfor tho ors I 00O+urnM e e pHAlLaCOH SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 2026 B II directed to me which Issued from the Clerks omen of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of RT Taylor against Miles Taylor I or one of my depu ties will on Monday the 7th day or September 2933 between the hours oj t oclock p m and 3 oclock p m at theCourt House door In Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to pubilc sale to the highest anti best bidder a onehalf undlvldcd Interest In the following described property or so much thereof os may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt and interest and costs towlt- Beginning at a atone corner to Geo Thompson survey bought of Kinchen Martin thence with a line of same N 42 poles and 7J4 links to a stone near another of his corners thence W 64 poles to a stone In Jas Martins line thence with his line S 42 poles and 734 links to a white oak and black oak thence with his line E 64 poles to the beginning contain Ing 17 acres more or less For a- more complete description of same see deed of date March 20th 1877 from Hugh Roach and wife to Geo Thompson of record Ohio Connty Clerks office deed book Z page 222 Also the following tract Begin ping It a stone corner to Martin and Roach thence E 363 poles to a stone near the railroad thence N 21- R 36 45 poles to chestnut on the wagon road thence N 78 W 49yf poles to two beeches on a slough and In Roachs line thence S 43 35 poles to the beginning containing 1o3 acres For a more complete d scrlp- tlou of same see deed of date February 8 1877 from Kinchen Martin to Geo Thompson of record Ohio County Clerks office deed book Z page too Also the following tract Beginning at MarUns S n corner ou the bank of Muddy creek near Thomp sons Mill thence West with Martins line to the railroad thence up said road to the creek upon the bank thence down the creek to the beginning supposed to be 7 f acres more or less For a more complete de scription of same see deed from Kinchen Martin to Geo Thompson deed book Y page 78 Also the following tract beginning at a chestuut near the railroad thence N 78 W 50 poles to two benches one of Geo Thompsons original corners thence N 77 poles to a stone thence S 78 n 68 poles to a small black gum and sycamore on the bank of the old bed of HIm Lick Creek thence up said creek with Its meanders to the beginning containing 28 acres For a more complete description of same see deed from Klnchecu Martin to Geo Thompson of date 5th day of February 187901 record Ohio County Clerks office deed book r page r 4 TERMSSale wilt be made on a- credit of three months bond with BP proved security required bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day or rate and having the force and effect or a sale bond Witness my hand this 20th day of August 1903 CAr P KnOWN S O C Dr A S Yewell Osteopathic Physician Hours 9 to 12 a m and from I to 4 p m Room 22 New Commercial Hotel Female troubles and chronic diseases a specialty Consultation and examination free 24t Resolutions on the Death of WG lIardwlckH- ARTJ10RD Long No 675 F A M HARTFORD Ky August z2 2903 Whereas It has pleased the Suo- premeArchltcct of the unlverselu Ills allwlse providence to take from us our dear brother William Graves Hardwick who was our worthy effi cleat and beloved Secretary be It Resolved First That In the death of Bro Hardwick Hartford lodge No 675 has lost one oj Its moat faithful and sincere members and a capable and devout Secretary his wife a true and loving husband his daugh ter a kind and indulgent father his church a useful and consistent member his community an honorable and upright man and his country a loyal citzen Second That we extend to the be reaved family our deepest sympathy and mutually mourn with them the deep loss we have all sustained Third That we wear the usual badge or mourning for thirty days and that the secretarys desk be drap ed lu mourning for the game period of time Fourth That we have these resolu tlons spread upon our records pub liahed la the county papers and a copy presented to the Masonic Home Journal and to the family of the de ceased ROWAN IJOIIROOK I J P Mir tER G B LIEENs Corn n w FORD Master I MMWIN DEAN Secy pro tern ACTAYLOR Undertaker I havo just received a full line of Collins Caskets and Robes my Hearse is of tho latest pattern and strictly uptodate I have procured the services of Mr Wallace Duncan an experienced Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and dressing a specialty My House is open day and night Calls answered on short notice BARGAINS TO BURN Hundreds ill every Department piled high on every tllblo and on every shelf ill every show case and show window Today tomorrow next week and all through the month of August things will be at foyer heat and prices the lowest over known All through the season wo have tried to bo generous but now wo will bo extravagant This is not a sale of odds and ends and shopworn goods but the brightest and newest Merchandiso of HJ03 Notice below a few of the many wonderful Bargains to bo had during this great sale RedHot Bargains Calico1icBroBleached Cotton 40 AII5cent Latvns 3io- AIlScent Lvns 51c- A1110cent Lativns8c1111- 2Ic Lavns 10c All l6cent Lawns + i2c All 20cont Lawns 15c All 20cont Dimities 15c All 26cent Organdies 2oc All 30cent Organdies22cAll 25cent Straw Hats 15c All 50cent Straw Hats35cAll 75cont Straw Hats 50e All 1 Straw Hatstr 760 All 150 Straw Hats JHOO lions SuitsJ 285to 350 All 1000 Suits 750 All 1250 Suits 90O- All 1350 and 15 Suits r iooor All 5 Shoes 375 All 450 Shoes 345 All 350 Shoes 285 All 300 Shoes 215 All 250 Shoes 195 All 2 Shoes- 165 All 150 Shoes L25 h These sttmo Bargain Prices prevail all over our immense stock of Merchandise You should seo our goods and got our prices before buying We bought tremendously heavy and make theso prices in order to clear out our immense stock now on hand to make room for our Fall Goods rhoY are Bargains novvr before offered Call and bo convinced Economy Dry Goods Store Hartford Kentucky Some Hot August Pri es Best Factory 5ri Best Calico 5c Good Bleach 5c ions Black Clay Worsted Suits 2G0sizes 35 to 42 Youths Clay Worsted Suits 250sizes 14 t9J9 Boys Suits all VQol nicely made 160 Ion8 nmrYuth8 Pants at very loW prices Nice Shoes HamiltonDrown 125 Wo carry a generol lino of Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Carpets Mattinss trunks and Telescopes Como around Wo will savo you monoy Highest market prices paid for Feathers Ginseng and Yollowroot Yours for trndo Sam Bach All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE Atr THIS OFFICE y Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST Z FOR BETTER SCHOOLS Prof McCartney Nominee for Superintendent of Public Instruction Comes Out In Strong Letter of Acceptance Henderson Ky Aug i7The Hon C M Barnett Chairman Re publican State Central Committee Louisville KyDear Sir The now Inatlon for Seperlntendent of Public Inntiuctlon having been given to me by the unanimous vote of the Repub- lIcan State Convention held In the city of Louisville in July I wish to express to you and through you to the Republican voters of Kentucky my appreciation of the high honor that has been conlerrcd upon me As the nomination came to me entire ly unsolicited I esteem the honor of it so much the more It Is with a sense ot the great Im portance ol the office and of the cry- Ing need of Kentucky for better schools that I accept the nomination and If elected I shall put forth every effort to bring the educational later ests of this Commonwealth Into the enjoyment of their full development The laborer and the man ot means have equal rights in seeking the best school privileges for their children but under present conditions they do not have equal opportunities The common schools and the higher that tutlons of learning that are supported by the State should be so Improved that a child from the humblest home in Kentucky can have all the educa tional advantages that the child of fortune can buy Good public schools are an index of the life of the com munlty In which they ore found end when we contemplate crime rampant and education languishing side by side In certain portions of the State and see the jaltimlde larger and stronger while the school houses fall Into decay we can but Impeach the inefficiency and Insincerity of the Democratic patty in dealing with this problemHaving been reared in the public schools and having spent my adult life as teacher and superintendent in them I come before the voters of Kentucky distinctly as a public school man axd I have on abiding and Implicit confidence in these schools II liberally lowered and their Interests wisely admlnluttted to lift the State out of the reach of lawless ness and to place Itn people upon a plane oi thrift and prosperity- Of the many reforms that the peo pie of Kentucky are demanding in the management ol the schools of the Statethere Is not splice to treat in de tail but the time Is ripe for a itrocg forward movement for better trained teachers longer terms and better at tendance in the rural districts the de velopment of district libraries the fostering of a State University equal to the best and a firm independent stand on the textbook question by which the best school books can be provided at the lowest prices obtalna ble under open competition- It elected I will labor lor all of these Improvements in the schools ol the State and will endeavor to make my administration mark the dawn of a new day for the children of Kentucky My record as superintendent of the schools of Henderson and Hop klnsvllle during the last eight years laaccessible to all and wilt show that I have been absolutely independent on the textbook question recom mending such books ns seemed best suited to the classes and that I have been active and earnest In all move ments for the betterment ot the schools of the State and particularly of the city under my charge Very respectfully yours- L1vxNcsTo McCAnranv The Democratic way of counting votes and estimating majorities reminds us of the way old negro dlvld DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news I Dapers Is sure to of the wonderful I cures mado by Dr Kilmers SwampRoct the great kidney remsdyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century die covered after ci nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kllmers Swamp Root Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how Is find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and vend your address to KtimerCoBInghamlon J regular fifty cent and liver years byDr druggistsDontthe t name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN a42 cd the fish A iiaugliff nanEUsht ii figgers a figger an all de bes fish be long to dls ole nljfger The Demo crotselectlon bosses make it read this WAYitA republicans a rascal and a nlggerr CUED nnd nil the office be long to us tI Yellow Jacket V Physician and Druggists drugfirmwrite We were requested by Dr G B Suigley to send Jar Hetblne for the benefit of our customers We ordered three dozen in December and we nre ilad to say Uerblne has given such satisfaction 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 soc bottle at J H Williams Pointed Paragraphs- A babys first attempt to walk is a trial balance On the road to prosperity there lire no barrel houses Silence may be golden but all mutes are not millionaires Its no sign that stocks are feverish because they absorb water freely Some men are prond of their mis deeds and ashamed of their virtues A father may disinherit his chll dren bnt he cant disinherit the law yersA man could talk almost as well as a woman if he had time to practice- It takes a genius to be a financier without being the possessor of any fit nances If a poor girl has hair of the spun gold variety folks say it louks like streaked molasses candy The man who admits that he Is sentimental made the mistake of his life in not having been born a woman If theres one thing that disgusts a girl more than another it is to have a young man ask it she will permit him to kiss her Chicago News Curod Paralysis W S Bally P O True Texas sufferingftvewhen I was persuaded to use Dullard Snow Liniment which cured her all right I have also used it for sores host bites and skin eruptions It does the work 250 50C and SIOO bottle at J H Williams m Mr Cleveland attitude toward the nomination reminds us of n certain young widow She was greatly be rieved over the death of her husband and for a long time she decared I shall never marry again A year passed and she modified her statement I wonder if there isnt some man in the world whom could afford to marry Another year passed and a bowlegged cowdrover popped the fatal question Blushingly she replied Yes dearbut this Is so sudden Kindly take notice that Elys Li quid Cream Bnlm is of great benefit to those who suffers from nasal ca tarrh who cannot inhale freelly through the nose but muet treat them selves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medical ly from the Cream Balm that has stoodfor years at the head of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price including spraying tube Is 75 cts Sold by druggists anti mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York You Should Attend the Southern- Normal School Because It Has Established reputation unexcelled facilities magnlficient building reas onable rates faculty of specialists modern methods splendid equipments moral surroundings thorough course large library complete organ zatlon Christian students body healthy location fixed policy Cata logue and full Information sent on re quest Mention course wanted Ad drew M H Cherry Bowling Green Ky A Sure Curo 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 Dlarthoea Remedy There Is no loss of 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 J H Williams Growing School The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College of Bowling Green Ky are enjoying unprecednted success The attend ance during the coming year promises to be fully thirty per cent larger than any former year Send or catalogue and Journal Address H iI Cherry Bowling Green Ky Not OverWise There is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared ot 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 of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaint whose victims outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one This remedy is everywhere recognized at the most prompt anti reliable medi cine in use of these dlnenses For ale by I H Williams RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A good prescription For mankind- The C cwnt packet tnouxli for nnunl ownnloru The fnnIIi bottl M ntl mntulhi a nojily tut u jenr All drnggtoU tliew T VEDY000Y1S GOING To the State Fair at Owens boro Next Month And see the Great Exhibits for Which 20000 Cash Prizes Will be Given The great Kentucky State Fair easily the biggest In the South sonly five weeks oil and as September 21 approaches the interest Increases rapidly The enterprising cltv of Owensboro is on the hustle as It has not been before in years and there is going to be a show that no citizen of Kentucky can aflord to miss Many of the States exhibits lor the St Louis Exposition will first be seen at the Suite Fair at Owensboro next month and the fact that many of the prize winning exhibits will be sent to the Worlds Fair next year will prove an additional Incentive to everyone Cash amounting to more than 20000 will be distributed in prizes for all kinds of stock farm and mineral pro ducts household work and exhibits Send to L B Shropshire Secretary Board of Trade Building Louisville for catalogue or information A Boy Cured of Colic After Phy sicians Treatment Had Failed My boy four years old was taken with colic and cramps in his stomach Isent for the doctor and he injected morphine but the child kept getting worse I then gave him half a teaspoonful of Chamberlain sCollc Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half an hour he was sleeping and soon recoveredF L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilkins is book keeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by J IL Williams Pay up your subscription to THE REPUBLICAN andone year in advance and 25cts ad ditional and get The LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HER ALD one year and make a guess at the number of votes the next Governor of Ken tuck will receive you maybe the lucky one ifyou make the nearest guess you get 11 000 in cash 238 other pre miums ranging from 500 up to 410001it cost you noth ing additional to guess why not do it today Tn Great Demand The graduates of the Bowling Green Buslnes College are in great demand They are to be found everywhere holding position of honors and profit Any one Interested In securing a practical business education should write for catalogue and full informa tlon Address H H Cherry Bowl- Ing Green Ky Cardinal Gibbons who was reedy ed In private audience by Pope Plus X has been charged by the pontiff to carry the apostolic benediction to America e S Just Possible WillieSay pa why is a girl called miss PaShe is probably so called my son because she is unable to hit any thing she throws at Chicago News The Exception- The Englishman I understand you Americans elect all your rulers by ballotThe American Yes all bnt our wives Just For Fun eVeTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Jniatlrs llroiao Quinine Tuliletn All druKplnU retand the money lilt falls to cure K W Urorev signature In an each box 25c l 5It appears that there are other men besides Mr Cleveland who are not seeking the nomination but will ac cept it if the people insist One of these runs a newspaperat Lincoln NebraskaYellow Jacket Estray Notice Taken up by W F Wright one roan steer about two years old mark ed underblt 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 road about one half mile from Horton on Him Lick Creek on the old Marton farm tCountyI M S Ragland Clerk of the Ohio County Court do certify that the for giving estray notice was this day re corded in my office 4thdayM S RAGLAND C 0 C C ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IXCOirolATKD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rongh River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense It you say so We connect with all In particulara Hartford Ky IiInnnd innilo under supervision Allow deceive All Counterfeits Imitations ami Jnstasprood nrc bub Experiments that trlilo with and endanger the health Infanta and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla Is a harmless enhetltuto for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops Slid Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opltim Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its gtiarautccv destroys Worms nnd allriys FevcHshnoBS1 It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Toothing TroUbles cures Constipation awl Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature I The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years tHt MHIIUY TtlT MIW T0 em- I I Hughes Chill Tonic PALATABLE Btttii thai Cattatl led Qiinici Certain no arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE LOOKI A ilMianti P EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC- As welt as a Sure Cure Chills and Fevers Malarial FevereSwamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just you need at this season inroFvii Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE Try it Dont take any Sntstitnete All Druggists SOc 1 Bottles SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING Forty yenr UctefS la the South prom Ilnghe TunIc a great remedj for Cblllf and eli Malarial Yeyu I Hprlng Malarial I Massey Business ge LOUISVILLE KY 1 li the leading School in 2 Its courses of study and 3 A written contract backed by a special deposit of 100000 is given to In positions paying less than 4500 month Immediately upon graduation pay students railroad to Louisville 5 refund graduation every cent of tuition paid to us If pupil Is Writ for 1t1ltaDt and Special DUcount 9 4 + + ti t I I11 lNewYork Clipper 18 PaperInpersona In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD i Cannot afford to bo without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 10 CENTS For Solo by all Newsdealers In all paste of the SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK CLIPPER York City WatqhForaChlll However slight at this time of and In this climate It is the forerun ntio malaria A disposition yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Herbinc by prompt stimulative action on the lives drives the malarial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones np the system and re stores health soc at J H Williams For Couatlpatlon Laxallro S an Meal foi ladltiandchlldrtDailtlipleiuanttotakeanapcr rcetl1 bannle HALF HATES T- OBaltimore Md B SWACC- OUNT Southern Grand L- odgeIOOP Tltkotn will bo Hold for nil train September 18th19th 20th Good returning to September 28th With privilege of txtentlon to 1913 VMtlbnlMl Dully 3Solid Concbot nnd Iilnlng Com Drnwlng Hlwpr and ObMrratlon Cnni STOPOVERS I 3 I Pit k anti Oakland Md I Yorrntm tlniv of train lOwplnir rr rtrrat- Ionttccttil uu your uvanwt tlrkut Aitent or 1I lrV I 3ictnrl7 Urnrlll loulrLffrn Cltulnnntl Ohio bRa been his sonal slnco its pcrIno ono to you In of It of CNTU eOHMNT THE worm Train Itooin IAt I STITCH IN TIME ATM nine HuRhw Chlll Tonic nut taken la rarljr and Fall preTtnt Chills ngn and Fe vets Acts on the Ilrr tone up the iitem for what PREPARED BY ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY aCcoSt 0RATSO LOUISVILLE KY ftU t411Mtt 5R- rASONS WHY You should take Counv at the Coll It Commercial Kentucky are thorough 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