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vtty wtwt t Lat w rW l u tnroZW bapI89QIJ f L of flCt0tL0B 1Qs tho Qrdeal pn- gf p 1pTeyent- tfW0etflWbO l winecr t o ri111 If Mrtho CoiIn qL her bU4 Mrs 4 WIne CaiqW came 4 8b0 wOQld bclRitb11aby M shwaeIIr 1tD8Vtr moUiCr wtne pee0emmernAliow WIIE rCAROUI r 0 C NAUlAR N w EN1NII TOUR Supt DeWeese Tensor Ills Trip With the Kentucky Press SsocfatfonI Many Places of lUstoric Iflterest Visited In a few btIe1paratphe I will cn- deavor to tell of my p1eunt outing with the IC P A With a delegation 1 of Welt Kentucky newspaper people I arrlvedln LexItgton July 22 We were met at the depot by Mayor Dun can tnd a teeeptlon commIttee After R abort bustnevn sessIon In the Circuit Court room the newiipa per J1eople went to the Jattern ken tuclty Asylum They were met ai the gate by Supt Redwine tewar HUlkjtnanotbet RIIJItUU official and ahow- Ojrongh the warda and over crouadl After tbla a splendid luncheon waz- iterved In the ban room of the ew AdminIstration building lathe aiternoon we were entertain d by a trolly ride Rtound the Uy- We vlllttd the Kentucky State Col lege ansi were shown through Itll finely equipped bulldlngs and beautl- ful groundsD the ntudent and ofs- ficials We then went to the Kea tacky University and were eatertall- tedbya short talk by President Jenkins The ntpaper1 came next and we were ecpted by the comuifltee to the Lefln ton Leader buIdiEE The vi5ItorI were met by the propr1tor- fr Sam J R bets and the entire office force and ahown Unosgb tile etUtodal room tbe btishleMoi ria the prei roci where Wemn4e- idayaedtUo 01 the teitder wat belag- tMted Itia printed on a new Du- ptex rerkctlng Press made at Battte Creek Mich aad Is perkp the neat equipped new pp roffice tn the StAte Each vI1tor receIved n ron venlr booklet illustratIng the Leader bulUug Refrebmenta of orAnge Ice heitrtethped tllleell and mIca roollll were served The text visit WI to ibp lorllln5 DemocrAt Here we wert received by editor W P Walton sod the members of his taft Pnvch I1aored with uOld Bourbon1 and cigar were served Jbe thIrd newspaper entertalunient was at the office ofthe Herald We weeeceLv- ed here by the edUorD h Brecken ridge hIs wile and entire corpa of as stnntll The J1dlee were presented with coronatlona and rosee and the gentlemen with souvenir matting aside AU were refreshed with 1cm ouade and clint punch The aeries of afternoon reception- stndi1 at the Lexington Brewery Autr 1Ooing t1ough the various dcp aI brewery and llbefoli 1fympUng ita product the editors repaired to their various hotels ne evening enertatntnellt was given bwJndge 75mM It Mulligan at Maxwell Place Besides the edttors there were many other guests among whom was Coy neckham Thursday morning was consumed In the regular work of the association at the Court 111111 alter whIch we went to the Reform School nine mlles out from Lexington We tMcell along beautiful shaded lance temp fields and eock farms amuflg- the latter was one owned by Augat Belmont M the IReform schoolgis- exce1tet dinner had been provided forWt 0 Late In the lerUoonwe lelt Lex- Ington arriving tn Louisville at 731 At 830 our Nurthwaut Journey be gan GoIng over the Monon road we reached ChIcago at 730 the next morning Baruhartl3ron SpIndler complimented us with a two and put half hours t1iyho ride about the city We left the Dearborn Street Station over the Oland Trunk RailwAy at 11i5 for the Noth and East We passed through Valraralso the city ofschoole South Bend notd tr Its splendid manufacturing plants and reached Battle Cf k1MIciJuly 24 at 355 p m At the depot we were met by the clty olliclat a recep tlol cop11It and a raes band and A fo tr ci- tro1l1 tho b1t C1tybcga br We fir tvllt thc PoItum real Ca pl r ande thentire process In the nasufauri of Grape Nuts and other lood products Pasiing by it two tnunense thre h I lng nll hlneplalltlwe visited the two SAnatartums one of whcbls the largest In the world Its cutoppcars In this Issue After vIsIting many other placer of Jutereaf We wesit tP the Post ravcru where ft spleudid banquet awaited us Wu then attend givenorour 3L23 B m July 25 for Niagara Fella Battle creekS Is the cleau t and Dlo enterplIaIzg cftylt baa ever i SlieBlnIUlaci 4 A In her twenty food factories rnakc 3 more thishlllg macblues traction engines and steAm pt1mpn thsin llY other city II tila world Her hoop tnUty Is unbonnde and well doiI she deceIVe the title ol the Queer City of MIchIgan At Port Huroz we left Uncle Sati dominion and passed under the St Clair river thiough the sleellned I cylindrkal tunnel olSarnls Into Can ado All the forenoon we pasEe through Southern Ontario NortH of Lake Erie We found It a level fey tIle country Inl1 Hlghslate olcultiva Ion Arriving at Niagara Falls t- t55 p m WO took the electric gorge roilwey trip down on the CanadIan f to Lewlstoll punning by the Drock mounment Croselng over th suspension bridge we retutned to the Falls on the New York side This trip affords a comp cto view of Ule rolls the whlrlplJ61 and the rapids Part of the press people took the trip on the Maid oOlie MIst IIR little boat which IItenmlt up ctose to the great falls part venfpnder the Falls cave of the winds and part spent the remainder ol the afternoon on Coat Island Leaving Niagara Pails Bt7opassing through Toronto we arrived at Kingston and tpolr a stenmer the Kingston for the St Lawrence river trip We spent the entire day un the great river teaching Montreal lit 630- p m The Thousand Islands em bellisbed and adorned with the own lae palaces of the wealthy the pee cullar tsctnatlol of shooting the raplda together snake thIs trip de llghtfti lot Us scenic beauty and pta tureaque lovelines We ate break last ut the SL Lawrence Hat and got as Introduction to a bill of lire nave orett wIth Etigileb sauce Leaving ftloutreal late In the even- Ing we arrived at Quebec at 745 am We were tact by representatives of the French uensp3pers and escorted to the citadel We found the Glbril1- I tar of America manned by only oboist Thethightort Is czocued on the river front with an immense park ofartillery hut the cannons with one xceptton were antiquated and rather relics of s put age The exception wax nu eight Inch Armstrong gnu mounted at the West end of the fort In the center or the pmde ground Is a amid cannilo cptnred from the IMlllchu sets mllltl by the British at Bunker lH Our gu1te told us the following story about the old gun Some New England pe9ple were visiting the fort when their guide poInted out the cannon explaining with no little pride that It was captured loin ua at Bun ker alii whereupon a lady of the party quickly retorted bY saying You got the gun bqt we got the hut prom the uwmit of the Jort could be seen the place where Mozstgomery fell He was kIlledby the fire from a masked bat tery near the tiver bank In attempt wlolerAfter we had completed the ronn4 of the old fortress we returned tb the Chsteau Fronteaewhee we took cabo for a rIde over the city We passed Into the upper city through the Kent tate the city on tIme heights being surrounded by n Idgh stone wall which Vas gIven to the city by the father of Queen VIctoria Duke of Kent We were driven ant to the Pidins of Abraham made hlltoftc by the biUe between the French under Montcaln1 and the English under Wolfe A strait marble shaft Inclos edby B barbed hon fence marks the apot where WolleJell at the moment of victory a century and a half ago The plain on which the battle was fought ba been preserved and the Is ono oltbo ahowplaces oftho IIQn first thitug polnod out to visitors l1a i- facturthg ado Thu matn bWhUng iii but 1ttbo thyco winge woroplaectl 8 would ho IOIO foe cab econmoatu i1OOO g csts I main bIItUIiga fIve of whIch aroot PlO ot poIo1rth ot an acre Thu place WhO OUlO to Battle Creek as to II iuu- tbe1z health io atop It fqf weeks l1t t ThIS Battle Crook Hanit1urn- etate Is ofMlchlgaa uaRra bespitals and raropail1 thuianageis i the fnatltntl- 42apaid 16aU mmoucyn feecived beyond t1o incoworatlon tQ ko turn tlovQr tc- c 0 remains of the old French wnrn are plainly visible The place where Wolfca army elirnbe4 to the plain is not so difficult of oSeent and n close Inspection or It robbed WQlfes glor IbuB achievement ol much of the romance with which Iln my boyish fancy hadclothed It Continuing our Journey through the narrow wlDillng streets we visited many places of note among which was the Wolfe and Montcalm monuments returning to the Chateau frontenac for lunch Ip the afternoon we took the trolly line for 4ont morency Falls and the Basilica of St Anne de3eanpre tne ride down the St Lawrence river Is a splendid and unbroken pon- t orania The Indelible stamp ot French dvlJlutlo the prettyviL- lageaI the undulated hills the parish churches tIi placJ of carlv historic interest the Falls of Moutmorency aU unite In making this spot one ol al moat surpassed pictureaque richness The Uontmorency river plunges over a precIpIce two bunred and fifty feet or one hundred and twentyfour feet higher than NIagara though the volume of water ts many times small 11 The old church offit AnD do- Ifanpre about seven leagttea from Quebec Is almost Infinite In tjie va- rlety of its interest SL Anne theI mother of the Blessed Virgin is the patron Saint of the DominIon and apiece or the bone of one her fingermm and II portion of one of her wrist bones gIven to the XUf are now to be seen On each side of the entrance ts a high pyramlll ofcrutches canes and va- rlous surgical appliances which have been left by those who claim to have found relief from Infirmities through the Intercession ol the patron St Anne Some of the valuable paint Ings and the historic relics In the treaSury date back to the mldllle of the sIxteenth century Nine tenths of the inhabitants of Quebec are French An signs are lu both French and EugUsh Quebecs commercial supremacy and greatness are gone but she la by far the most Interesting city In aU Canada to visit Her antique qualntneu and early ide tone associations attract thousands of tourists avery year Leaving Quebec at 745 p m we arrive at Island Pond VtlJar break fast the next morning Durlngthe morning we passed through the Gree1MonnlalI19 of Vermont the While Mountains ot New Hampshire and hnd a good vIew of Mt Washing ton Iii the Valley of the Andro- scroggin Tiver we ran a sp1r1ted race with a passenger train the Boston and Main railroad coming ott second- beat owing to the fact that we were encumbered with much the longest train Arriving In Pqrtland Me at noon we took trolly cars for Old Orchard Deach thtrtyfive miles down the coast flare we enjoyed an ocean bath aid pleasanttevenJng at B noted watering pace The next morning we emijoyed a ride on a steamer about Cases Bay passing many beautifn- 1iande adornedwith summer homee of wealthy people from alt over thl States and visiting Port McKinley now In course of construction on two adjacent falailds We had dInner at Peaks Island Ip the afternoon we were given a trolly ride to all places of Interest In Portlandby President Dow of the Express Company ae companied by Its two editors Messrs Norton and Taylor We were enter- taIned in the evening bra clam sup per at a fashionable resort tHe Casino ou the beach by the same gentle man President now la the eon of the noted Neat Dow who ted the tight which carried the day for Prohl- bltlon lu Maine fifty years sgQ We I TilE BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM Comb1ntnrontagQ pv chichbyPope- Teo on con City oflhfclilgnn It and tot away tho rOOf that thoclty hllltoSlthcrU1Ul a manu IiIJO feet In JllJgth over a ttlllth Ot a mile 1110by 111110 with tho mAin building thD- It It cost Over ball Q million doll rn and hero ore savel acres oJ floor spaco in the rb10 wossfe TlJD dinlngroom line on area Is much Jr quontUt1 iby outheru peolllo- Dwor resort and tiutt It most bono1iclul to ho big tmlutnrJnm Lincorporatod W1U3 the samelaws of tim otiur elmaritablo ImtltuUuWNo profits on As soon na the Iuimeusu now building tho vrnnlng oxpcpss urn Ir the rlilc5 of charit4bljgljccfs 0 to i fottuihim Bad his editors to be inot excellent gentlemen Portland IQ n clean and well kept city of Goooo population It contains the old nome of the poet Henry W LOt3gfellou lcd also the home of Hon lhomni 11 Reed It in a moted shipping poipt having a Line harbor and the seat of many mnufacturing1- ndustries Poverty seems to be a stranger in Maine Lea1tmg the hospitable yankees late iztheeveningwe reached Montreal Canatla at 940 a mu July jo- OarEt3y nMontreat was made ver- ypAa1t lad Intensely Interesting W I ehownto the City Han by a rdepISColUmlttee where we tac- tthecp hjayor I S Sterns his worabJpThe ayor being absent Here we were presented with souvenir Jaeges prcpred especIally for us We wete liken taken In splendid carriages accompanIed by the acting Mayor And otMr pubUcmcfab up a winding to the summit of Mt ROYAlrhere a splendid luncheon was nw lUng us The tables vere at ranged 1ong a MufI many hundred feet above the city We bad a coifm plete vIew of the entire city the rap f4s and sundry windings of the St Lawrence and before the chanspaigne had been served we coulll see the dllitant line of the Green Mo ntaiua In Vermont far to UIC Southward Mayor Sterns presided and proposed In tonsUor Edward the Seventh another for Tidy as he familiarly called lilm nnll sun another for the Kentucky Press Association Talks were made by Pres Watkins R B- Mornirigatar C E Wcoos Aldermen Sadder and Nelson and the editor of La Prese who spoke pprt of the time In French After the clone of this most emijoyable event we contln ned our observation Journey over the city There pre so many things to be seenin Montreal that only the most imoted cnn be mentionedo Among the most Interesting are DominIon Square St James Cathe- dm1 IiylucIa1 Parliament Building the giNt Victoria JUbilee Bridge acroegthi St Lawrence Statute of QuccnYfetorla Grey Nunnery the eaormous buildings of rJeGU1College and Lava UnivErsity the Grap- dCathial of Notre Dame which bas a BCU Jr apaclty of izooo and Is the moit iotcd church on the continent die Dank 01 Montreal wIth a capllal of over ir3booooo ard deposits og- gregating more lI1ui 93ooooo- oilitjerhapu the most htstorlc build log to be found in the city Is the Chateau dcRomczay built two ent- urles ago It is a low on story building on Notre Dame street oppo site tbe City lidhl It Is now In charge of the NumIsmatic and Mitt quarinu 5ociety ant It contains a vll abe and unique cdllectlon of old prints pictures coins arms and tel lsof every d crlpuoar Within Its walls at various times have been quartered Deiijamno Franklin A- mhdrat Gage Arnold Samuel Chaise Ciarlfs Carroll one of the imignersof the Declaration of Independence and- many other prsonagesofearly timea- In front of the oft Chateau Is flu old cannon which WAS lost Is the ocean at he capture of Loulsburg and was found by B wreckingverne In th- barbor of toniaburg one hundred and forty years afterward Montreal Is easJly the first city In the Colonial Umpire In commercial enterprise and wealth Its pUblic buildings are astonishingly magnificent while its unnumbered broTn stone residences ate unsurpasned We 1eftlt at 8 p Pl t9 marvel ever afterward at Its fabulous opulence and transcendent beauty We arrived at Munkoka wharrand thenxt morning at ten we began a tour of the lakes by steamer This chlp of lakes a located In the High lauds ol Ontario Unst of Gcoriau Day We spent the niternoojiond- thenexi u or1 ing irtsteaminnrouu4j- mmosr the withy low lunged island3- oftendotted with he summer homes of wealthy people of warmer climes Taking the Grand Trunk Railway agaIn at Mjiokoka wharf we arrived at Toronto at zo pm We were met by a reception committee escort eto carriages and a tour of the city begun We visited many places ol Interest and found Torontoonly see oml toMontreniln wealth and splen dot We took supper at King Edward Hotel the most magnificent perhapa6t any other one In theDoniiu lots Reluctantly taking leave of the lastofthe Canadian dies to so royally entertain us Wto turned our facea Southward and begn our homeward Journey loaded wIth may souvenirs and pleasant recollections Wtreached Chicago all 2Q p tn Sunday August 2ond spent the af- ternoonln a vIsit to Uucoln Park and other places of note RumLng ourjourne at 830 pm we reached JoulsvUle st 7 a mthe n tlyhvlng completed the grcnt est and biost enjoyable trlptbe K P ATuidevertaken JTht1 ocl tlon feel much Intepted to the citIzens of LeZIngtQIm1 Battle Cmeek Portland QueIc Molltreal and Toronto1 nor woId kbe possible to clos this short pazrative wjthout most grate I fully acknowledging the ubiforul- kindneda and ourteay shown us by the L N the Motion and the Grand Trunk Railways antheirem plo es The Grand Trunk bas linked the U S Ind Canada togther In vow nietciat Intercol1rse and hac been greatly Instrumental In developIng the proylnces of Quebec and Ontido With thl1 deepest sense of gratitude jordlI who In any way aIded tnmak tug mylong journey pleasant I remaIn truly J MDnWnESR DysontoryCurod Without tho Aid of Doctor I amJuat up from a had spell ot the flux dysentery says Mr T A Plnner well known ttterchlint of Druthmoned Tenn I used one mall 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 n doctor when this remedy Is used for no doctor can preserbe a better medicIne for bowel complaint in tiny form either for children or adults It never fails anti Is pleasant to take For sale by J H Wtlllams BusIness catiiand Journal Free Secure a position The great commercial and educational upheavAl In this country has crerted a demand for competent men and womn1nevualcd In the hthtory- of the nation tnd every person who makes the proper preparation ts ear fain to get a good position and bell offered an opportunity to advance into the highest posItions of honor aDd trust Addresa H IL Cherry President Bowling Green nuillnes College Cowling GreD Ky A Graduates Secure Positrons The graduates of the Bowling Green nustncsJ College universally secure positions Write for information Mention course wanted Address H U Cherry Bowling Green Ky S SHERIFFS SALE Dy virtue otexccutfon No 2026 B Lx directed to tao which issued from the Clerks office of theohlo Circuit Court In favor ol RT Taylor against Miles Taylor I or one of my depu- tiesL will on Monday the 7th day of september J903 between the hours of I oclec1cl7 m arid 3 oclock pm at the Court house door In Hartford OhIo county Icy expose to public sale to the hIghest and heat bidder a onthf undivided lutereSt itt the fql10wlng described property or so much thereof as zany be neccsary to satisfy PlalnUfrs debt no4 interest and costs towlt- Beginning at a stone corner to Geo Thompson Gurvey bought of Kinchen Martin thence with a line of ame N 42 poles RndlS JInks to a stone near another ofEcorpers thence W 64 poles to B stone in Jp- eMatina line theJCe with hLs 11n8 42 poles nud 7 Unks to a whfte cf k and black oak i thence with his line n 64 poles to the beginning fula lug X7 acres more or lose liefr a more ODlplete description of saute ee deed of date March zoth 1877 frOm hugh lon h anti wifeto GeO ThorUp son of recOrd Ohio County CIers office deed hook hZ page sir Also the following tract Begin nizig at B stone corner to Itfartinand Roach thence K 36 poles to B tone near time railroad thence N 21- E 36 4 poles to cheatnnr on the wagon rout thence N 78 W t9J poles to two beeches on a slough and In Roatha line thenceS 43 35 polca to the Lcgtanlng containing JOU acres For Ii mote complete descrlp Lion of same see deed of date February 8 1877 from Kinchen Martin to Gee Thompson of record Ohio County Clerks office deed book uZp1ge 104 Also tbe following tract Begin nltmg at Martins S It corner on the bank of Muddy crck near Thoump sons Mill thence West with Martins llneto the railroad thence upllal road to the creek upon the bank thence down the creek to the Iegln- nlng supposed to be 74 acres wore or less Porn more completode CCJlp lon of mine see deed tom Klncbcn MIIIUn to Geo Thompson deed book Y page 78 Also the followIng tract beginning at k jhcstnnt near the railroad thence N 78 W so poles to two benches one of Geo Tbompson8orfglnalcorners thence N 71 poles to a stone thenee- S 78 H 68 poles to a small blac gum and sycamore on the bank ofthe old bed oflUmLick Creek thence lip said creek with Its meanders to the beginning containing 28acre5 Por- a more complete description of SAme see deed frQD1KInchccn Martin to Geo ThompsoD of date 5th day of February 1879 otrccord Ohio County Clerks office deed book i page i- TERMSSale will be made qn a credit of three months bond with op proved security required bellilng lii- tercst at th rate of6 per cent pernn- nun1 from da y of tale nnd having the force and effect 91 a sale bond Witness roy hand thin 2Qthdoy pi- AugufatJ903 CM P K OWN S OC i u u j AbUT BERATiL IIi CiAo ManYWiII De Snrprlsed to Rear She Never Existed The novels of Bertha M Clay II said a publisher were very popular tu America fifteen or twenty yearn ago All the woman read them pos stoxiately They were tn quality fixed the work oftThe Duchess and Bertha artredand Do u know there neverwas a- Beithia itI Clay Dorn Thorne anti all the rest of the books that she supposed to have written were really written by Charhotte4aqtie iatrd1 EnglisH tVornan C M BIi M C CharlotteMr racmlDertha M Clay The American publisher bee fore the International copyright law went Into effect wi re not content to steal her profit merely from GhrrlottsIZd Broeme stole even fleidea publishIng her books on this oldcof the Atlantic withgmt pRyIng I per they puta lobe name on the boolea covers They claImed that I the volu us were the work of Bertha M Clay R woman who never of course existed The International copyright law a good thig It has put a stop IsI to some of the most contemptibleI and mean crinies flint the vorid evert saw I ASura CUr forblctrrhooa- Cmitigas it JOts in thc bnIcat Rfiord4todlarrhot11 La very desrabe Auyone youthatpleasure remedy In use for this dIseae I amjdDiarrhoea I ttodosestack It never fails not even In the t moat eveeaI dnercacme For sale by J U WUams DerrIckUscdtoiijtbgCisIcet1WI1ion in Pennsylvania hasjustbcen burled Uppineott who was once AaotedJlg dancer weighed 560 ponuds at t e I time 01 his detth A derrick was used In bmindlthg the casket at the grave after thIrteen men had carr1d- It there Mrs Mollie Alien of South Pork Ky says she isM puveatedjttaeka of cholera mortiua by taking Cham berlatna Stomach and Liver Tablets whett she fOlt an attack coming dn byiudlgeLtionwhAt ir needec1to clein the stornich and ward Tthe BpprotchlnK attAk- Attacki of blJlonscoU may be pre aalebyrr A Worm Killer J A J Montgomery Puxtec Wayne Co Mo Vrlte I have little twin girls who have been bothered with worms illlhetr lives I tried everything to relieve them wlIch- lailed until IaHd Whites Cream Vet broughtbumnext two doses twelve one of Uem them measuring twelve hi ekes he otherchild was only tehleved of our riledicinegood for children It not only doe perfectoh J H Williams m Boy Cured of Colic After Physicians Trontmaht HEld I Fallod My boy lour yetre old waS taken coltennd cramps In his atomch- I sent to the doctor and lie Injected- morphine but the child kept getting worse I then gave him half a teas poopfuu f Chamberlain sColIc Chol era anl DIarrhoea Remedy and In half an hour hewaa steeping and soon recoveretLF L WilkIns Shell Lake Wig Mr WUklnsta book keeper for the Shell Lake LuniberCo For sale by 1 L Williams PRUNA NECESSARY TO TUE HOME a r4ttc rom OuurrnDWI WhIte or North CU UDa I1 Congressman Oeorgo IonQ White o toUow1aglcUoIQt tho great omnhcurePcninlu I Uoua of Reprosentatlve JJiOtOeailemeqIarn l2Ot6 than saNs fled with and Ilnfllt ts tell zceI1caf remedy for the grip aadca- frn I have use4 It la my faI1and UJey all Iota ma In retDJIIJtstll It 3 aacrcelknt remedy to Veryrrspcctfulyaeorg White I Mrs Nsnno WaUsco Tull1re Cal Predont oi the Western Baptist ftrU4oi t 11f100article tn my medicine ehc1t It La twenty taodicIno In one anti h iUotAlII cured every slcknora thatjias born f- zray homno for fivo years I cotisidor Ito epoofa vi1uO to woak1 women as I uljdfseasoboalthrMru NanntoWaflace I- Ifyou do notdorlvo prOptalul saUs factory results train tim use ci PornnaJ givingfnflstitewutoyqurcaaud be pleased gift JqG hie valuable sdJ tae gratis Addree Jt Hartnian 1ffSJQcntf c I UuComaA Gaultarlum g1omJQkLkt I iiifi 1llitIEo- p INTEREST T- OStockholders Free Transportation to Attend the Anlual Meeting at Chlcngo Public Iot1co jlierellt iriren that the nn1ar- annnl rUn 01 tta Itodhlo ollho Ulloot- CeotYOr nolo J 1 1noT 1t101 yo liI oUllt oZ- Sces L CIIIIIlI L OLtOD odhcoda October n1Lwllt wtLO Qelock no ye prmt icoriIttandeat eahi mUog there IIIO Ljuei2 tu unch bOIke of 011 flyinON- hA of tbe capital uotJc Of thu Jlltnou Ccinttal- lIoUroad Covrttny tti rttIiterl Ot tlln boqs ot fIle mplID1ot the doaeofbntncoa ToedaT flepUwber t mou wbo 11 or IUo8 a tldctn- llbllng hun or lIer to trn3 trIo over tblt- CompaoyIIDlfllrotlllbo8lUUOU on the UUnola Oetltl1illldIA1I neoet to bJa 01 her regIateid aidtOe tbCOlcao and retUrD wch ttckstto Ita- good for tbefoSrney tobIcago wl7 duflng tile four dare Imwcd1atlj proceeding cnd died otth mouungnad tortboro l1tD IfU1Dlljroin Chicago l1I1 on tho das of thqmeotlngand tb tour dose tzumedlatoly lollowiDS whMi lOfIrl7- COllntenlg lId und etnthpod during bulo- bounitbatlltto coy botruOn 00 m tIIId G p rnIa jOe once nUb Aeststant Secretarj Mr W Q DrlleD11I Chlcago4 Such ticket oiaj be- obtaIne4 by Dbr bolder or atoet flglaielf M bon on IIppllelltl ol lu rILIngto thIflIIl dent ot Ut Compllll1lD Chl4g gcbappl1c tJon uutItnte tOo f1illDmlfnDdoddrell4ol the tockholdr exactly as 1vonXo his or her ccrtIS eaO olltod toset ltrwillI tltt buntb 1 lud- drcte of ouch rcrtitl ate No aore tban OIlC ar laD wilt eatried tree Ilirtlptcnq nn101l ufIA 5 CASTORIAFor Wants anti Childrea Tb khiYu Han Always B itD- earathe d8IpattUQor TOCUREAcoLDINON DAY Take taxntlvo llromo Qulolnu Tablet All drtiggaS refund tOo ntwey If It faIla to core LIV Oroyel algoattue In On each bot Zc 1ooEeprn iBETiS TMC C-44P13JzJjJPeilllttl lor1ltflnftJ 1fW1qiBfT1nt2OtIOflNd teacher etb one a pectalld Iii Ole line Orndute of this oUoe prierro4- bj buohiece Itqueo We ore now lo our oel homnllllttlt cQtner StlCond ind WLtnqt street thQ anus ottO best armaged ec000l bllldior lit he South Individual loatractlon Itchoolla iccelon- afl tbeyor IftaJta CAn enter ot oar tim Visitors alwlallWelcome E 3 WJUUJlT Jnet RHEUMATISMarid Qthor ill produd by diseased kidneys can bo cured AI13ON OIL is the rom Yjits effect is marve1ouio1ioviiig aImos instantly Try it and it you ate not satisfied your nol1ey will bo cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 5Qc ARGON OIL C01 130 West Main St Louisville Ky T s rjt Hartford Republican luued by the nartfurd IubnehlagVompany ITCOnroaASaDtCo E HIITIIEdUorazrrrzoz sec CumtoTlnradcS3aRo-uah V ZzFRIDAY AUGUST ail REPUBLICAN TICKETI FOil OoullollJoIorrli U Dltnap Fun LnanCUT OonalollJ It Irllboyt Foil TneaxcaeaJohdA sleek Faa AVDttoaOeorge W welxb- Foa AT7oanar UUEJULW J1nknu ron BlearTAnr or BTATnJ C Ipelsbt- FOIISUrERJIIUIIDItIlTtvlnpton MCCnrtnry FOR COIIWIBIIOJlla or AORlrrLTtDltGeOrgll- JIRklt Fog cuu or Coon or ArruPJ II New milD FoaDTATX8tIlAtonAbte 8Dennett FOil RnraEeesTATITEDr A D rAtk- Ioa QDCVIT Coca CLlIuE O Diane- Ginr I e Pretty girls The beauti ful girlel Cant wo keep some of them here DID you over notico how the tem perature seta when tho Ohio county teachers visit Hartford IT may bo poesibto that Mr Clove lauti will walk the floor a good deal during tho next few months but It will not be occasi ned by worry overI the Democratic nomination in 1904 A NEW Republican weekly nowe paper has been establisbod at Marion Crittenden cQunty Mr A C Bell is the proprietor and editor Judging from Its political merits success is 18 cured MrCl1arIJo Ford porcheeedo lore bug Jand harnwe from R W Newton text week tor tta500ETCboDge Tho aforesaid horse buggy and harness will look like thirty cents if its owner tries to keep pace with Ed Barrnsa until November 3 TILE teachors of Ohio county stand for all that is best in the countys citizenship at present and are its sponsors for the future They are an earnest and devoted assembly of workers in a good cause May they meet with us next year AND now they say the Hon Craps Ckham has an eye on the United States benatorahip from Kentucky in the event ho wins the Gov ernorship this MI In as much as the babbling of goeee le said to have saved Rome Craps might be ot some service in the U S Senate DoKSNT it seem a little strange that when a Republican is tried for assassination Democratic judge will admit eVidence incriminating another Republican lender and that when a Democrat le triett for tho same olIe1so all evidence reflecting on lead ing Democrats is ruled out EVERY Republican who possibly can do so should attend the Mass Convention hero Saturday and help name a candidate for Judge and Commonwealths Attorney All good citizens who feel that the Democratic candidates are unqualified should be there The weakness of llirkhead is conceded by his own party and with proper effort his defeat is assured Como and bring your neighbor with you THERE is a kind of creature elther man nor women Slthrr brute nor bursa but of a mans ago and sex that delights in making love to every fifteen or sixteen year old Miss he meets This creaturo seeks to excuse his unmanly conduct by saying ho is only in fun eJand that kisses leave no scars The kiss of such a creature may not leave a scar but it leaves a stain and brands tho giver as a cad Respect for womanhood is a condition precedent to real manhood Macs hsa been said through the Democratic papers all over the State about Col Belknaps money referr log to it as elknals barrel Blk naps boodle etc We are not advised ns the amount of money Col Belknap has or as to whether ho pro poses to expend a barrel during the coming campaign or not but we wouMrrespectfully ask If it is not more legitimate and commendable in a man running for office to travel over the Slate at his own expense even it that bea bnrreli than it is to travel and campaign nt the expense of the State There Ba roan on the Democrat ticket running for Secretary of State by the name of McChesnoy who is now Iuperin- tondent of Public Instruction that did this very thing The records of the Treasurers office show that he drew from the treasury his salary as Superintendent of Public Instruction and traveling exp nsC8 during the en tIre time that ho was making his can vase for the nomination for that office Which is the more Jigitimatepay your own expenses or bum the Slate Treasury for it Which does the lCoplo approve fondle did you sayl Barrel did some one echo You dont need either it you are a Democratic State officer BE NOT DECEIVED It seems that there are a few editors of Democratic country newspapers scattered over the State who think or pretend to believe that eVe cry Democrat who has renounced his w 1 tY J J u 1overlican party have been kicked out of he Democrat party fat nonqualll cation or lack ofpol1lJeal merit and are branded by such editors as young monks or persons of a low degree of excellenceSuch as these are un warranted uncalled for misleading andare misrepresentations of tho many eminent gentlemen who were formerly Democrats and many of whom have stood at the very head of the once proud emocraUc party but who arenow in empathy withwork for and vote the Republican ticket Ifj per chance the Republican party nominates on its ticket a man who hu ever affiliated in any WRY with the Democratic party he is denounced as a renegade Democrat and the fact that thousands of the beet men who ever belonged to the Democratic party in Kentucky have within the last low yearssevered their connection with that party and are either independett in their political bellefor have found a howe in principle and belief with the Republican party is completely lost sight ofor intentionally disregarded The independent voter is not forgotten by these diverters of the truth they are spoken of in the same connection and in the same terms as are those who have gone only a step farther and have come out fully on the side of Rep bhcaniem and are in tho ranks ns Republicans Oh yo windjammers you deceive no one by youra attacks on such men as Brown Owen and our candidates Buckner Speigbt and McCartney and the host of other honorable gentle men who have it ever they were in wayseveredtheir you represent SMALLilQS KY August abDr W P Bennett Utica Ky preached as able and In terestlng sermon at SmaUbons church Sunday to an attentive audience Rev Edgar D Maddox and wifeI Centertown attended church here SundayMr O Hunter who Is teaching school near Cromwell Is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs S T Hun terM D Maddox and sister Miss Uma Messrs W C Overhula and Owen Hunter are attending the Institute at Hartford this week Mr W T Howell and wire Mr John Barnard and wife Mrs Lou Igteheart and several others from Smallhous attended the association at Nelson Creek Quite a crowd from here will attend the Baptist Association at Independence church this week Miss Nellie Robertson and little cousin Tommie Barnett Owensboro are the guests of Miss Robertsous parents Mr and Mrs Joe W Robertson Mr and Mrs Harry Everly will move to Rockport Tuesday Alva Calloway Poster Howell and Miss Debbie Taylor are still very ill of typhoid fever Mr R H Everly and Master Gor don Howell are convalescent Mr Herman Barnard who has been engaged In the telephone business for some time was In our midst several days last week the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs George W Barnard Mr A DL Hunt Evansville was here several days last week the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs H D HuntMiss Tussle Ewing Central City Is the guest oilier cousins Misses Arab and Lula Withrow Miss Alice Fulkerson has returned from a visit of two weeks to her sls ter Mr T L Withrow Central City Messrs S T Hunter and O W Overhuts went to Hartford today Mr Tom Harris was In South Car- rollton Monday Mrs Fannie Stevens and little son of near Cromwell spent Friday night with their aunt Mrs P B Taylor Mr and Mrs Sam Morton were the guests of Mrs John Klrtly Saturday night and Sunday Masters Berry Ray and Charlie Hawkins Hartleord spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives here 71L19T SRO 8B- eet1 thethe Kird You Ilan Nwart Bought lilgutan T ctIEminently Qualified The Southern School the leading educationall journal of the State speaks lu compllmentary terms of our candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction It sdyal- Prof LivIngston McCartney Suo- perlntendentol the Henderson schools Is the ReP hUcan nominee for State Superintendent Public Instruction Mr McClirtner Is thoroughly educate ed and ts one of the most progressive young edu atora In the State besides his Ilterarygaallflcatlona and a wIde experience in pl1blle school affairs he Is abundantlY endowed with a rare quality of common sense a thing so much needed by anyone who at tempts to administer the affairs of the State office Ifelected Mr McCartney will make a flue officer and the public school forces will have a head which Is worthy of the great cause he repre seats fYOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK IMO WheD ronlakoOroyeTatieuChUIToni be cause tbeformula ii plnlnl prtntedonererhot tie bowing that It IulmpIyIron and Uul910e In ateeteleetotm NoCalvhulny TAYLORS AffIDAVIT READ I POWERS TRIAL Deposed Governor Makes Spen clffc Denials of all statementseT Connecting Him With S the Murder of Sen ator Goebel Ile Brands Henry Youtseys Story as FalsesGeorgetown Ky Aug atThe deposition ot W S Tayluf who all the Republican nominee was elected Governor of Kentucky ttt November Iggg and given the certificate of eleeI flea by the Board of Election Com mls810ners composed of three Democ ratic leaders end who was deprived of the office by s Democratic Leglala tare Indicted by ft Democratic grand jury for the murder oJ Wllllnm Goe bel and compelled to go into exile to avoid being tried by a Democratic Jury and condemned to death fry the same Influences through which he was robbed of office was read as testimony for the defense In the Caleb Powers trial today and forced an interesting feature of the case The deposlttlon was taken lit lndl- napoliajulyst 1903 and contains Ira questions and answers covering filtytwo typewritten pages and cons prlslng approximately 12000 words Only filtyone ot the questions andt answers were read today the hours of adjournment Interrupting the read Ins The remaining questions an answers wilt be read at the forenoon season tomorrow TELL OF TIIE CAMPAIGN The deponent after stating that heI was the Republican candidate for the Governorship teUs of the circumstances of the campaign and of the Intense Interest and bitterness which harac- tetlzep It He tells of his electio- sad inauguration and of the con test which was Inaugurated by th defeated candidate The deponent deScribed the procedure of the con test and states that Vie Inter erected himself In a movement look to the bringing of witnesses from all parts of the State to pass resolutions at Frankfort and to petition the Leg islature not to take partisan action In settling the contest He says that he gave WH 125 to defray the expense of bring Ing men from Jackson county en that ha advised with Caleb Power- about summoning men from aU puts of the State to attend a great meeting at the State capital to exe else tt possible n mortal Influence upon the Legislature and for no othe purpose He says that afetr Power- left Frankfort to bring men from h section of the State It was deeldedth It would be best not to hold the meet lug but that a telegram sent to Pa ers to Inform him of this aas not delivered and that Powers brought the monntalp men to Frankfort on Jan ary 25 under the Impression that the meeting would be held and learnin that It had been declared off seek the home lie stated that he had noth- Ing to with the retention of a sma 11 number of the mountain l1en et Frankfort and dId not know wit at character of men were reti11aed NO INTENTION TO HARM GORDEr The deponent stated emphattcally that he never Intended or suspected at any time that any persona summoned to Frankort would offer vl fence to Democrats or seek to kill IrIn harm Senator Goebel or members of the Legislature He denies that hC- entered into any plot or arrangement with any persons to procure the death of Wlllilam qoebel or that he ha any knowledge or Information the Goebel was to be killed The depot eat denies each and every statement of Wharton Golden Hear Youtsey W H Culton Frank Cec and other star witnesses who quotod him it Incriminating statement tell lurid tales of offering pardons sums of money and military escorts t0 any persons who would murder Gee bel and says that he believes that but for the assassination of Goebql he would be Governor of Kentucky today DENIES YODTSEYS STORY The former Governor brands as e falsehood the story of Youtsey tbat he dictated n letter of Jim Howliro requested him to come to Frankort o January 30 and says he never met Howard till February 1900 He flay that Caleb Powers did not at any time speak to him about bringIng about the murder of Goebel and did not introduce Prank Cecil to him and tha he had no conversation with Cecil relative to the assassination of Goe bel or upon axy other subject The deponent says further that h e never told Luke Hamilton that dote one ought to start trouble In the Leg Islature and that the executive chair was behind the Republicans lie says he never heard Youtsey mention Dr Johnson as a dead shot who was willing to kill Goebel and never told Youtsey or Golden at any time that Goebel must be kIlled or the Repub Ilcana would be robbed lie savs that the only time he mw Ynutse- at the Executive Mansion was o- Januray ay and that Youtsey on that occasion violently denonni M Ute ac ties of the Democrats In the Berry Van Meter contest and said that they ought to be shot Taylor corroborates Powers as to the purpose of the defendants visIt to Loulsvlle on January 30 the tiny of the tragedy and that he knows nothing to con ect Powers with any plot The deposition Includes a copy of certificates of election asGov of Kentucky Is signed by W Ellis Charles D Poyntz and WIPryor the three Democrats composed the Election Commission that canvassed the returnuI BRIEF NOTES Senator Hanna Is suffering from a re attack of Illness at his home In Cleveland end will be compelled- to retire temporarily fromm business end other engagements In order to handle increased foreIgn traffic the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Combany will establish a steamship line between Pensacota- PIa and nnmerous parts of European counties At Danvllle III Tuesday Wlnfteld Baker formerly of Kentucky was convicted ofnsssultto murder Sheriff Whitlock during the recent race troubles He was senteced toa term of from on to fourteen gears At Cincinnati Monday Judge Cald well decided to admit Mrs Annie Op penheirner to ban In the sum of gio coo It Is expected that she will be able to gIve bond but she will not be allowed to leave the State of Ohio The number of Kentucky militiamen who will parttclpate In the corning army maneuvers ot West Point will be In the neighborhood of J350 Adjt Gen Murry hAs forwarded a list the companies to Gen Dates IA heavy cloudburst occurred at BigIhours flooding farms and houses and driving many portions to refuge is trees and housetops One person was drowned At Vleltz the damage amounted to Soooo Secretary Root has placed In the Presidents hands his resIgnation and Gov William H Taft of the Philip asnSecretary of War Gen Luke Wright PhiliptTaft According to aorta which have reached Lexington the lawless element In Jackson Is asserting Itself since the military force was reduced A reign of terror la said to have existed In the town Sunday night The operationJhe fearful of a serious outbreak thesdefense completed is the Caleb Povers trial et Georgetown willrbegun at 9 morn The will consume twen expectedratternoonsJudge Robbins will liver his Instructions to the Jury anwCounty Attorney Webster In Lexlng ton yesterday slued the rumors of JcttaMr Webster dented that each was hit BgIJF French JeUs an June Jett a brother of the prisoner visited the jail and held a lops con fereoce with the convicted murderer 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 t5 years hoaorabloe any business transactions and finan dally able to carry out any oblige tlons made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug stets Toledo O Watding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale O liftertand mucous serlaces of the system Tastlmonlals sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists IIHall Family Pills are the best OA OnJAHess tulqlIlad Yet Hate 1SBoo- ttIIpatun 11 Act WIIiTESVILLE KY August g6Mr Reuben Miller Jr OwenBboro is visiting his uncle Mr Will Holland Drr J 0 Strothere Is attending the Institute at Owensboro thIs week Miss Stella Wedding ta visiting ref atlvC8n Owen8boro- Miss Zula Evans of Otaeasboro Is- IJ visiting relatives here Miss Mary C Wedding Js visiting- s her mother In Hartford Mesars W11le Brooks and Roy Holland and Miss Marie Wed h1g at tended the camp meeting at8Iphri- t Springs Sunday Miss Zula Boatman Is visiting her cousin Miss Bertha Nave of Phllpot Mr Walla Wedding returned to his home In Louisville Friday Mrs Olivia Cccjl and Martha Kit tenser will leave Thursday to spend a few days In Louisville and Cincinnati Mrs Thomas Hlcky has returned from Owensboro where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Bert Ford She was accompanied by hereslster Mrs Taylor IsYcernStomach and Liver Tablets For sale by J H Williams t lHOT R SlDfI The cussedness of Goebel and the lawlessness of TaylorIleraldAu 19 1903 There Is a remarkable trial in pro gress In the State of Kentucky today Remarkable for the fact that while the evidence adduced In that trial has been placed before the public several times the gnilt or Innocence of the socalled consplator In the Goebel assassination Is accepted or rejected according as one Is a Democrat or Republican So nearly universally true Is it that anything like R fair trIal of the accused at best Is reu tiered ImpossIble How necessary then la It that those vested with the grave responsibility of meting out justice to the accused guilty or Innocent should sacredly andzealously guard against every possibility of political prejudice and rancor predominating In those trials And one reading what the wrlted under the above caption has said about Kentucky justice andI unacquainted with the facts In the case would suppose that everything has been done that could be done toI Insure equal and exact juetlce to those accused of the heinous murder of Sea ator Goebel But alas I How are we unecelved by a little of the history of these trials Call It Kentucky justice If you will but to my mind It Is the consummation of one of the most damnable plots that ever dls graced the record of any Judicial pro ceeding In the Commonwealth I shall not review the history of the causes that led up to the assassination of Senator Goebel It Is sufficIent to say that despite the much boasted fact that the Democrats had enacted a law which would remove every element of chance from elections W S Taylor was elected Governor of Kentucky and was awarded the certificate of election by the Board ot Democratic CommlasloneraThis have been the end of the matter but not so Senator Goe bel the defeated Democrat candidate prevailed upon by a horde of unprln clpled politicians by whom he was surrounded canvassed the Legtsla lure and learned that tfle office of Governor of the great State of Ken tacky was his for the asking Then It was that the form of contest was Instituted At that time I was a Democrat and In close sympathy with the masscsot the party and I believe that had the question of contest been submitted to a Democratic vote nine tenths of the party would have voted against It and the finding ot that August tribunal called the Ken tacky legislature What IntellJgent Democrat has It not caused to bang his head In shame But enough The Issue Is Kentucky Justice Was that justice operative In the trials of Powers and Howard If so God save us from Kentucky jnrtlce or rather the honorable writers con ceptlon of It The writer under the caption le a keen critic a close oh server of men and things ht has had an extensive experience with juries o1dthe average jury and how difficult It theiraminds Now I submit s plain question to the writer which will admit no susa bedlIeve that anybody charged with corn plldty la the Goebel assassination oflhishigh that opposing candidate would not venture late joint debate Supposing yourself In the place ot W S Taylor would you be willing to- submit to a trial such as he knows hei would get a trial at the hands ot a jury his political haters What wonder that the Governor o Indiana refuses to honor Beckhams requisitions Yea Kentucky justice Indeedwas there ever anythln2 like It But I deny that there Is anything that savors ot Kentucky jutttlce In the trials of Powers and Howard I these trials guilty or Innocent the re was but one thing that could happen the accused would be found guilty There was no element of chance left No only have these men been forced to trial before a Democratic Judge and a Democratic jury whose instructions have been corrected and whose verdlcta have been reserved but they have been convicted chiefly on the evidence of men upon whose evidence I should refuge to convict a aheep killing dog There Is fur Instance It E Yua- tay the most uncouscioned liar that ever disgraced the witness stand Today he tries to sweAr away the lives of three ofhis peers TolUor row he says Its aU a hoax he dId It only tp pacify thE livIng brother o- fhemaa he contrived to have assassl ttered He makes a confession he gives 1 sworn statement that the con Session is false and then swears the sworn statement away Confronted with any ot his Innumerable contra dictions he complacently replies That was my defense With Youtsey and Notlkllto do the swearing And a Democratic jury to weigh the testimony the Democrats woltld surely hang Taylor and damn the Republican party Governor Durbin Is ILdeed a very very obstinate man not to qurrender Taylor to the Kentucky Democrats In tact I harlI ace why Taylor does not volunler to walk over and put his held III the sacrificial haltrr and not foil dhitl laudable desire cf the I DetuocratS One would havethought Dizzy 4 Then your liver Isnt a It well You suffer from biliousness constipation Ayers PIlls act directly on the liver 4 For 60 have been = the Standard Iamily Pill Small doses cure AltdrurgIGN- antroormomteChem t3 4 vtdbsauralw 0 BUCKINGHAMS DYE8oro = Ie N eo e U e eeMtt= if that filching from Governor Taylor the greet office he had spent aU his d means to wIn would have satisfied the 1 Dentncrats but not so they would drive him Into exile they would taunt and jeer and persecute his fatal lytlll they could not live tn the 1 1 State Such Is Taylors experience with Kentucky justice and now the 1 writer wants him to conic back face 1 Youtsey Noka Campbell a Democratic Jury and the and the writer calls that Kentucky Justice Yes Mr Taylor II you have not I already halt a surfeit of Kentucky I justice come back put you head In a Democratic noose and thug devote the brief span of time that Is yours to a contemplation of the felicities of Kentucky justice AS Interpreted by Kentucky Democracy for she is unique tn all the features that com pose her She Imitated cannot be None durst move In that charmed lrIele but she RRPUDLtCAN PARDON OF JOE RALEIGH Incentive to Crime Which a Pati san Exercise of the Padoning Power by Becknam has Produced Women and Girls of the Coun try Should be Protected It le bad enough to have Judges with character too leebleto enforce the law but It le simply II hopeless and a helpless condition when our Circuit Judges Inportnne weak Governors for pardons for men who should have been has rather than Imprisoned The Judge Cooper who makes a plea for pardon on the ground that the convict belongs to the Democratic partyaud the Governor granted It No community In the world can get along In that sort of style Does anybody suppose that a Judge blind enough to write that sort of a letter judge enough to mete out the same law to Democrat and Republican Does anybody believe that n Governor mild enough to grant such a request as that Is strong enough to be Gnvernor- of anything but a faction The man was pardoned not because there was a doubt of his guilt not because tits punIshment did not fit the crime but because his family voted the Democratic ticket Had his family voted the Republican ticket does anybody reckon he would haic got a pardon Joe Raleigh meets a little girl on the highway and makes AU lnilecent proposal to her She fled and he shoots her down Was there ever a better case for a mob Had It been a civilized community there would have been a mob and Raleigh would have got the fate his lust and rage fairly earned The court and the jury dIsgraced themselves when they did not fetch In a verdict of death The fellow went to the penitentiary John Young Brown was asked to pardon him He refused William O Bradley was asked to pardon him lIe reo fused Here came government by mendacity is old Krntncky The journals of the two Houses of the Legislature were made to tie and thus the man the people elected Governor was forced to give his office to the governfJudges petition for the pardon of this worse than murderer The poor girl Is dead In her bloody grave Nobody pleads for her The outrage law fa- not half vindicated end here crimes thenGovernor does what he Is told to do The pardon Is granted and It goes fourth that It Is not much of a crime to Insult and murdet a fonrteen year old gIrl on the highway In Breathitt county I cant make any thing else out of that Raleigh pardon A time will come when the people of Kentucky will go Into the reform business and wilt rebuke the action or Beckham In pardoning Joe Ra leigh And this Is an excellent year for It Every voter ought to pass on that ice Raleigh perdpn There was not In either penitentiary a case less deserve big a pardon lie Is the very last man Tom Bramlett or Luke Black burn wouldbeve pardoned and both would have seen him hafged first Every little girl that travels the high way Is Interested In the rights to uk the manhood of Kentuck rebuke thIs political pardon No other Governor Kentucky ever had would have pardoned Joe Raleigh SAVOYARD TilE cLGAr4Mtso ANn IIEALINU- ODRE Ipa- CATARRHfA ELYS CREAM BALM Eaey nud pll1laqUo nee Contalne no In- iUNoae drug ei It GiveJlenel at once nMt rcno1inwgt+ Allay Inae matiom URIa Rn- dIroleta the CATARRH coo a HEAD 11IlDbrRne t t I Eq P BARNES BROe E tl lj HANDLES lHI FAMOUS ti t HighC1ass44 4 Stayer Buggie 11 rx 1u 0 fheso Vohicles stand alone in this ntnrkot ns to t44 qun1it workmanship and mntorin1 Vo have been ttlistributon3 of Buggi1for quito n numbor of years 41 anti Iur ox1n is r worth n great deal twhen it comes tosolecting the Vehicles that are Lost I oft to the needs and wants of this trade We t toftr 41 lVo invite t close inllpcclion of this lino ntlll wo tknow that a lookfrom n mm lio needs n Buggy Ci willresult in n sale ft zBuggy Harness a- We ls are showing im attrnctie lino of this goods ot 1 very moderato prices Elogant sot of Humes amid t4 Collar Harness It 850 A Singlestrap Sota zFntf Sot for 1260 tCi n uggy Whips and LapRobest44 Gft4 to t ofiwagans t41 If Ci Wo arc tllo solo distributors of OLD HICKORY tJ apd TENNESSEE WAGONS for this territory Ci These goodS are rondo rsplit nt Name nnd fife ox tofi of potting thorn to this market is much less t1t3 than any other firstclnss Wagon cons ql1ontly wo ron piva you the beat Wagon sold for III money t Wagonsn41 wheels Como to BenyoI Darn hero you can got t41 your moneys worth in anything you havo to buy t t iiCi ti Beaver Dam Kentuckyt = re AT HARTFORD KY v FOUR DAYSa OnIOH I 0fIf COUNTY 1 FAIR lItf 1 ty J J Sept 30 Oct t 2 and 3 l 1 r y The celebrated Louisville Newsboys Band will furnish music during the Fair t Good Premiums offered for all ProductsrSpeed Rings each Day Good Running Good Trotting and PacillJjfor Good Premiums A number of Special attractions will be the features each day Fair Grounds have beerfled until they are the most beautiful in the StatejThe Farmers are especially invited to come and w pend it dc1Y with thQir friends Send for Catalogue to Rowan Holbroolt PresJ dent or S T Stevens Secretary O y r omething N wf Automobile Ra + Second Day Ladles and Children Free First Oaye k r- r M f Last Chance on1 Summer Goodsw t bigVINDUPtlso are groat bargain jIuny uro lower than factory prices today Our aim is to close out our entire stockof odds and ends remnant otc before our fall stock arrivesI Wash Goods Fancy Figured Organdies J7C Polka Dot Lawns sc Scotch Lawns 4C Figured Dimities IOC- I Solid color Organdies toe Sheer India Linens toe Extra India Linens r5c and zoC White PJqnea r5c sail z5c White Welts 2CC Entire Line zee Mercerized Ginghams ISC Shoo Department Uzfurd TIes Bo14 for t SO now z Put Leather Strap Slippers now 2Pat tip Oxfords sold for f2 now 135 All our 150 Oxfords now i 20 y Entire line fI 25 Oxfords now i oo Childrens Oxfords 5 to 8 it soc 9 to- M 75c 131 to I at fi Mea Lowest SKow Sol wet price 3 now ISO Good quality Lowcut Shoes ioo y Be Bargain Center Is A5OOO8llh1otFllrnuIure GIVEN AWAY j If you want to bo tho lucky porsqii buy your goods from j us from now until tho curl ofI thqyenr and got a guess at j length of thno tho BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess tho exact I number of hours or tho ono guessing the nearest to the exj net number of hours the cnnI dIp will burn gets tho Furniture Each dollar spent gets Ono Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may bo tho lucky party This is roper to all cash customers Como to see us and got more for your mono thnn you arc oflbred elsew- hereCARSONCO HARTFORD KY Real Estate i DO YOU WANT A fARM I have some land for sale V 70 acres near Palo for 700 Mood b i 1- r northofr conditions and a bargain 135 acres foul e north 6f Hartford for 800 In good corfdition Good building Ac Ii cIfyou want to buy or sell see mo f f S A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate HARTFORD KY v Notice I will hold an examination to se lcctappolntees to the Normal depart Vmeatol the Agricultural and Me r chanlcol College on August 28th fastday of Institute There are yet x three vacancies The exiunltjiiflon i wlljbe competitive Very truly v J M DEWltlisa S C S 1 Clothing Department Childs Odd Pants Sac Boys Suits pantflcoar vest 2 5 Mens all wool Suits 4 and u P Mens serge Coats and Veata 12 u P Mens Cotton Pants Sac Cassimere Pants 1 n Corduroy Pants ISQ Boys School Pants SOC Boys odd Coats Ci un Lace curtains t SPECIALS Extremely showy 3J yards by 47 Inches wide extra deep border In large floral designs with covered ground in floral branch ef fects prlace Ioo Extra wide net center with set de signs heavy artlatlcborder In comb nation floral stripe and openwork ef lects very striking overlook edges 3Ji yards tong6o In wideprlce iso Curtain Scrims 50 to 200 per yd Curtain Poles ioc AX Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 28 Read Devices Co Bk Tr Co ad Mrs E V Is very sick at- her howl eOcenlertown Mrs F L Felix who has been quite ill for several days Is improv Ing Mr A C Taylor has established an undertakers business In the Red Front building OSTEOPATHY Dr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Comas Examination and Consultation free tf Mr list I Park has been quite 111 with an attack of malarial fever but Is now Improving Mr Tom Goodall has moved from Centertown to McHenry where he has secured work in the mines Charlie Griffin who has been very 111 at his lathers home for several days isable to be out again We want a lot of Eggs Rams But ter Bacon and Feathers CARSON Co WANTEDGood white girl to do house work for small family Ad dress lock box 31 Hartford Ky tf We still have a small quantity of thin goods which we are closing out at very thin prices CARSON Co Mr S M Wlleoulwas called home from the Institute Tuesday on account of the serious illness of his wile J S M Rbyal Reynolds was corn pelled to leave the Institute MOnday on account qi the serious illness of his wife Teachersfom all sections of coun ty are In town this week and It Is a common remark that they Ian the finest looking body that has assem bled here In years Wa have just opansdup 100 cases of new Shoes fox school wear and all jcnds ofjougn aeryjcc Let us serf you your fall shoes 1 CAHSK Co Ts UPPO RI SCOTTS EMULSION Nine u abridge tocarry the wakened and lUrvtd tyiUra along antH It un lad firm support In ordinary food Send tot lie ample NLtfprYork r I Visit CltJRestaurant School orders taken at Fulr Co Fresh Oyrters at City Restaurant T I Get your meals at City Restaurant Special prices to school teachers at Fair Co- LadlesVEatsthe regular 150 quell ty toe at Pair Gos Soda Water Lemonade CococoloI c at City Restaurant teachers should visit Fair ISchool good solid shoe Myl What nice Ice Cream and Sherbert at City Restaurant I Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers I in Hartford at City Restaurant The correct style In Mens Hats for laU wear are at Fair Cos City Restaurant most uptodateI place in Harttford Call and see For a nice Handkerchief Shirts Collars Ties etc yea should call on Fair Co Lady school teachers should have a pair of Fair Cos extensionsole shoes for tAll wear z5cPare toe Our ioc Handkerchiefs are 50 at Fair Cos Gentlemens regular 250 half hose are 15C Ladles 350 black and white lace stripe hose are 15Fat Pall Cds New line Shirt Waist Sets Watch Guards Broach Pins Cuff end Collar Buttons Watch Fobs etc at Fair Cos The Waldo Shirts and Overalls are positively the best made Bought di rect from the factory ECONOMY STOHP MIssLeoa Bennett was stricken with nervous prostrrtlon Tuesday Bud wasI compelled to return to her home Fordsville When you trade with Carson Co ask for a ticket so yon can guess on the number ol hours the big candle will burn Theree5o In ItIParties wanting Ice delivered on Sunday must gtt it from the wagon In the forenoon as we do not deliver Ice in the afternoon ABRanv Dabney Martin member of the firm oi C Y Martin Co tobacco nlsts at Greenville died at Louisville yesterday and will be burled at GreeaI vllle today Miss Ora Weller who has been is very alck at the home of her father Mr JT Wellerfat Chlvlngton Cot is improving and her ultimate recov ery is hoped for Buy the Waldo Shirts the best made They never rip Large through the shoulders and arm holesI abd extra long See them at Economy Store J The sale ofthe saw mill and plant A to Copt S K Cox for 355500 by the Trustee In the Phlppa Collins bankruptcy ease has been confirmed by the Federal Court JW Odell Robt Herald and wife were hurriedly summoned home irom the institute Monday to be at the bed aide of J D Beatty who is reported dangerously ill at his home at JonesII Station v Quite a number of the teaches while attending the Institute this week have called to see us and say 1rt1BLICANagain all of yon we are proud to HeIyou Marriage License d The fallowing persons have wed since our list Issue Silas E HoheimerBeaver Damsge 19 to Minnie A Keown Beaver Dam age 18 James E Gldcomb Wysox age 23 to Minnie P Williams Wysox age 19 t John Wilson White Run age Sato M E Daniel White Run age 18 Jasper C Hocker Preutls age 26 to Julia A Frizzell Prentls age 26 C Owen Vandlver Horse Branch age 18 to a Cordie E Keown Horse Broach nge 16 You should call on A C Taylor the Undertak cr when in need of any thing in hisline He can furnish a burial outfit on short notice at a very moderate price 4cALEXANDER KY The Ice cream supper at the rest I dence ol Mrs Amanda Barnett Satur day night was highly enjoyed by all who attended Miss Dena Hudson Bed received the five dollarrlng as a reward for being the most popular lady present Mrs Q H Ellis Calhooo Is visiting her motherinlaw Mrs A C Ellis Little Miss Norene Barnett Is visit tug her annk In Michigan Master Bennle Landrnm Calhoon visited the family of Mr A C Ellis last week Miss Stella Tanner returned dome J from a visit In Owenaboro Saturday Mr Edgar Rusael Owensboro was in the neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Mrs Thurlough Ashley Owens boro Is visiting her fatber ln law Mr James Ashley forTennessee I Mr aadMra JohnStowera are visit ing relatives in Indiana this week M TEACHERS INSTITUTE w Ohio Connty Teachers Assembled in Institute Capacity for a Five Days Term At 930 Monday morning there con vened at the court house a repreaen tatlvd body of Kentucky manhood and womanhood under whooe care and guidance the boys and girls of Ohio county have been placed for the ensuing live months Superlntendent schools la present Inthe capacity of Instructor which duty he has per focmed admirably and to the satislac tlon of all SuptJames DeWeeseby virtue of his office became President of the Institute Tit Is assisted by Prof M M Faughender principal oi the Beaver Dam Seminary as Vice President Miss Belle Shown one of the conn tys most accomplished teachers was selected as Secretary She Is assisted by her sister Miss Maymce Shown Each days program has been ably and thoroughly discussed by the teachers and Prof Chapman the Instruc torMonday night the teachers enjoyed- a social entertainment tarnished by the citizens of Hartford which con sisted of an elaborate ice cream sup perTuesday night Prof Chapmande livered a brief lecture on the subject ol Teething The weather oWn excessively warm but all present istened attentively and seemed sorry when Prof Chapmans eloquent words ceasedWednesday afternoon the teachers hospitalityofthe form of a treat to twentyfive large watermelons- Wednesday night the common school graduating class consisting ol eleven young men came out with appropriate and well delivered finales The name andvstibject oi each re as follows W S Hill Mont calm and WolfeIt Owen Hunter SpanishAmerican War T Wade Stratton Neglect of Little Things Ottle Kimbley Our Past and Fn ture Clarence Allen Application and Perseverance Alex Boswell General Grant I J Hoover Road to Success It Clarence Ben Essential Characteristics oi Young Men Willie S Taylor U Grant Garfield Brown Nathan Hale Oscar Shuttz Heights Yet to Climbs Last night the vast crowd that ass mbled to hear Col W C P Breck enridge was very much disappointed by reason of his failure to arrive Col Breckenridge missed the early morn train from Lexington to Louis ville which made it Impossible for him to reach here In time to speak splendid program was however arranged and all present spent a pleasant evenening Supt DeWeese received the follow- Ing telegratrufrom Col Breckenridge yesterday at noon Lexington Ky August 27 1903 Supt J M DeWeese Hartford Ky Missed Southern Chesapeake de Could not connect at Louis ile W C PVBRECKKNRIDOB The f011gwlag teachers are enrolled Louana Ford Nora Clark belle Shown Maggie Paxton Cora Storms Willie Lee Allen Lena Miller Sallie Lena Bennett Lou Hoover LnlaActon Hattie Sanders Stella Kittle Stahr May E Roses Nettle RogerStella TannerOma Mad weEdnaUudBonMyrtle Moreland Stella Mills Mettle Mose ley Llllle Patterson Irene Whltting hill Mary Bennett Flora Gary Ella Herring Maymee Shown Allle Field en Mattie Tlchenor Sarah PIrtle Nannie Moseley Annie Hboge Maldle Park Mrs A P Taylor Mrs Mary Holloway Mrs Cova Henry Garfield Brown E A Carter James Barnes Fred Townsendi W 8 Taylor H B Maddox Alex Boswelt O Hunter W S Hill O M Shultz Seth Moseley Clarence Ben nett Blumer Renfrew Wm R Car son H If Eavls C K Carson L M Sandefur G W White R H Miller A C Porter E A Smith Jesse Rock Clarence James Oscar Shultz E W Patterson T W Strat- ton Clarence DeWeese S Ev Turner- C B Allen L J French A P Taylor V M Moseley Chas DeWeese F L Sandefur Lennle Rowe Birch Shields S M Wlson Mack Cook Moses Coppage A E Hula 0 N Stewart M M Faug ender C A King AG Moxley Lonnle Leach J Hoover J E Davidson H C Crowder Marvin Black W C Over ults Ottle Kimbley E W Klmmel John Hamilton J W Odell H E Taylor J A Duff J E Mitchell A M Acton J A Sandbacb Charles Crowder Urey Howard Arthur Miles T J Edge A A Brown JJ D Maddox R D Head Ozna Shultz WW Park S W Crowe Nora Clark Fannie Render Charles Mosley JII Wood Nettle Sulser Rosa Berryman ft D Robertson Mattie Robertson Ethelyn Jones Maggie Davidson and S M Royal The Institute will adjourn this af ternoon Was Not Whipped LlvermOreKy Aug zeeThe Com munity Is greatly Incensed over the unwarranted report concerning the horsewhipping oi Louis P Chapman Mrs JQe Bonhomme Saturday afternoon The woman was the member of a traveling vaudeville company The 1 company consisted ot the woman husband and two negro men It orlg rated In Owensboto The ten woo near the boarding hone of Chapman He anrt and sevcra other young men noticed the shadows on thetent walls at night They salt the negroes dressed in the sam apartment with the woman and shi and her husband went to the board ing house and confronted Chapman with the charge oi making remarks about her She was thwarted In her attempt to strike him with a whip Ilehe was on the back porch washing his face Chapman Is a highly respected young man and his friends are resenting the Insinuating reports concerning him fll PERSONAL MENTION rttr I sV V Y KffTYYYYIIfYIII J B Denis Prentla was In towh FridayJ Kimbly Ceralvo was in town Friday John Park Clear Run was in town Saturday BH Stewart Manda was in town Saturday x W S Carter Center town waft In town yesterday Mr Kltt C Byres Frledaland was In town Monday Ben Chamberlain No Creek was In the city yesterday R Davis Beda called to nee us wbllq In town yesterday- J T Allen Rosine called to see us while In town Saturday W S Tlnsley returned Tuesday after a few days stay at Dawson- J W TlchenorPt Pleasant called to see us while In town Saturday W F Howard Ralph was a very pleasant caller while In town Mon day Rowan Holbrook went to Louis ville Wednesday and returned yester dayMiss Margaret Duncan Is visiting the family of Mr and MrsF L Felix Nicholas Barraea Taylpr Mines made us a Pleasant call while In town Saturday MT L Heavrln Is in Louisville this week at the bedside oi his sister Mrs Mary Raley Rev T J Acton Sulphur Springs wade us a very pleasant call while In town Monday Miss1 Hattie Barnett left yesterday for Knttawa to visit the family of Capt WJStolie Dr Alex Foster Morganfield has Been visiting his father Mr Wm Porter for several days Mr and Mrs Wm Park Barretts Ferry are the guests of Mr and itrs- B W Patterson this week Mrs J B Foster who has been In bad health for sometime wcntto Daw son Sunday to spend several days Prof 0 V Wilson an old Ohio county boy now teaching In Texas left for his Western home Wednesday- Mr and Mrs A C Ellis returned Wednesday Irom a few days visit to their son B S Ellis who lives in Davieso county- J H B Carson of the firm of Car sea Co accompanied by his wife wilt leave Monday for Cincinnati and St Louis to purchase his fall stock of goods Mr and Mrs Will Spurrier and family ot Whlteavllle visited Mrs Spurriers father Mr J W Stevens and her sister Mrs Joseph Ford of Beaver Dam this week Call on A C Taylor for anything in the Under takers line Coffins any size or style furnished ai a reasonable price His nice funeral car at your service any hour Notice From now until the first day oi Oc aledbidsic building at Dundee Ohio county Ky For particulars or further In oriu tlonapply to j JAWlisrnnvzELDs E G Kianv I t Com- E Dn J VT MAXWELL P MOORB y FORDSVILLE KY Aug2sMr Murry Johnson of Qwensboro Is here on a visit to friends and relatives Mr Arthur Whalen of Vanzant was in town Saturday Miss Emma Miller and brother went to Whlteavllle Sunday MrJ C Lawrence Was in town Saturday Mn Henry Marlow who was severe ly cut with a knife by his sisterin law Emma Guess la no better Mldses Marlah Bratcher Lena Smith and Mamie tones Messrs Murry Johnson Dee Dehouen and Jas per Roberts attended the picnic at Cloverport lest Thursday Quite a party from here attended meeting at Sulphur Springs Sunday DK and Mrs McCarty went to Cloverport Thursday N Mr W R Jones who has been vlsltlnghls daughter Mrs Ida Huff of Sulphur Springs has returned home MamleJoneaer were thegnests of Miss Daisy Cop pare Friday afternoon v BIG POULTRY PRIZES t e Thousand Dollars in Cash Will be Distributed at the State Fairw Also Fine prizes for Belgian Hares and the Greatest Pigeon Show Ever Held in the South The Poultry and Belgian Hares and Pigeon shows at the Kentucky State Pair In Owensboro the week of September zest will be the largest over held South of the Ohio river Mr John H Good is Superintendent of the Poultry Department and Mr Stanley Sale ol the Pigeon Department The services of Mr Theodore Howes ol Indianapolis Ind have been secured as judge oi the Poultry Department He Is an expert judge of standardbred Poultry The total amount of premiums for the Department is 1000 as follows Breeding pen first 300 second froo Single birds first 206 Second lop Breeding pons must be made In separate entry There will ben spe cial building for Poultry Pigeon sand Belgian Hares All breeders should makean effort to show their birds and hares as It will be best In honor and In advertisement to win in such competitionMr has arranged for a Pigeon show that Is attracting n tlonalinter eat Remember that a dozen of the very finest amusement attractions have been secured from the State Fair and that they are free to all who enter the gates of the Fair GroundsFor Information and for cola logues entry blanks etc address Secretary L B Shropshire Room 25 board and trade Building Louisville Ky h o A aa oniA Ba the1le Kind YOU HlTI Always BOdgM U1Ize 111 1- Gt AI LIVERMORE KY August z6Mr E F Busklll ol Marshal Tex Is visiting his par eats Mr and Mrs AJ Buskill this week J N Nail wife and son Raymond Visited the family of Worth Tichenpr Sunday Mr Elwood Ross visited his broth er J P Ross Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Freeman Is on an ex tended visit at Bowling Green Miss 1 Hardlnf oi wensboro will visit Mrs D H Quigg this weekMr Mack Owen of Arkansas is visiting friends here this week Miss Emma Morton of Centertown la visiting Rev T M Morton Miss Mary May of Central City Is visiting her sister Mrs W J Haz ard Miss VanCleave of Hop klnsvllle Is visiting Miss Mattie Ed mtiuda Mr Minor Hocker and family vis- Ited Mr G S Hicks Sunday Mr W L Edmunds who has been In bad health for several years died at the home of his sister Mrs W A Peary on the 24th lust Rev Geo H Glvan who has been ill for some time has gone to Big Cllfty to visit his brother His lam Sly accompanied him E O Smith leaves for Fowler Ind tomorrow to visit relatives Surgeon B W Brown of the U S Marine Hospital Service stationed at Evans vllle Ind called on Dr Beard last week Dr Beard served with him while In the service f Mrs A B Riley who has been ill iqr the past three weeks Is much Im proved Dr Harrison Is atlswl1eslt Is a boy Married at the brides home Mon day evening August 24 1903 Mr Robert Moore to Miss Sadie Rice Immediately after the ceremory the bride and groom left for the North west where they expect to make their future home Mr Moore Is a young man of sterling worth while Miss Rice Is a most lovable and accom pUshed young lady ol rare attainments The people of Llvermore regret to give Miss Rice up but the good wishes of her many friends here follow her wherever she maychoose her future home GrayHair r1 have used Ayers Heir Vigor for over thlrry years It has kept my tc Jp free dandruff and has my hair from turn ing grayMrs F ASoule a There is this peculiar thing about Aycrs Hair VigorIt is a hair fopdj not a dye Your hair not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless But gradually the old color comes backall the rich dark color it used to have The hair stops falling toot tlM a M4U All enlllde- If your drucglil Cannot au ply you lend ut one do IIr anti wo will upraa you a bottle Ilo namo rearoelraor your neareit Addreaa J 0 AYIt CO Lowell Mau- I y w 1 1 ACTAYLOR 1 Undertaker i I have just received a full lino of Coflins Caskote i and Robes my Hearse isof tho latest pattern and strictly uptodate I havo procured the services of Mr Wallace Duncan Undortakort f and Embalmor Washing laying out and dressing 1 a specialty My House is open day andnight Calls answered on short notice A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky r W Dont m JI lSI1 We are going to havo a clearance of summer stocksrEvery dollars worth must go and our sacrftico prices will make thorn move on tho double quick Fall Goods will soon bo pressing summer goods hard Every day will soon begin to bring now arrivals which must take the placo now occupied by tho re mainder of our summer stocks If prices slashed to the very quick will vacate the tables they shall bo vacated The cost or former pried cuts no figure r Every article is of superior quality but they aro summer goods So tho buyer who wants to anticipate next years wants and secure a bargain of tho first i water had better streak quickly Such snaps as t these will not romam on our counters HereIif aro some of our moving prices a II M ftMMAWMiWASH GOODS i I 5o Lawns now 4chr 8c Lawns now lOc Lawns now 8c J 1 12ic Lawns now s lOc 16c Lawns nowj lie 20c Lawns frets14c25c Organdies now 18c STRAW HATS 25c Straw IIah18c50-cStraw Hats now f ftBo 750 Straw Hats now i jl50c 100 Straw Hats now ii7Gc i 150 Straw Ilatsnow flOO It OXFORDS AND SOUTHERN TIES i 100 Oxfords now 75 125 Oxfords now100150 Oxfords now flOO 200 Oxfords now 150 250 Oxfords nOwI175 qMENS50QSuitsJnow viui 360 700 Suitsnow n 600 1000 Suits now 700 1250 Suits now 1000 1600 Suits n0oci 1100 Dont fail to visit us during tho month of August Carson C6- r o Hartford Kentucky r x Some Hot- August T TL Prices Best Factory y 5c r Best CalicOI I 5c Good BiNleach tI 5cI Icons Black Clay Worsted Sjuita 260 sizes 35 to 42 Youths Clay Worsted Suits 250r46esi4 toU Boys Suits all wool trice made 100 Mond and YouthtNice Shoes HamiltonBrown 125 Wo carry a general lino of Clothing Dry Goods Shoesrt Hats Carpets Mattings Trunks and Telescopes l f omot around Wo will save you monoy Highestanarkpt prices paid for Feathers Ginseng lid Yollowrobt Ir I Yours for trade SaiiiBacht All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE XT THIS OFFICEr IS r or BOTH ASSASSINS TURNED LOOSE BY BECKHAM Discovery Just Made that Jett and White had Been X lefts ed From Prisoit- Oii Par ot1s Shortly Before the Recent Epidemic of As sassit1atiot1 WHITE KILLED A MAN THIRTY DAYS LATER BECKHAMSuREASONSFOR PARDONI1G lltRGIS BOYS I I I I J I I I l I A1XJIJXLkL lJJJ J I uas JETrf The rel1sona set out In written petition and for by many good and theI cltlzens of l3reatbltt county fy clemency toward this Granted J C BJCKDAM Governort rtt1 ftH ttf1ittttttTI ff2 The Louisvlfle Herald to which every lawabldlng citizen of Kentuiky owes a debt of gratitude for unearth- Ing the shocking pardon record of Guy Dtekhnm to spite of threatened physicnl vlolece to its reporters and shnmclel uppresIou and mutilation of official files to prevent exposure has j ut made the tucovery that Toth White the partner of Curtis Jdtln the assa33innUon Industry In Breathiett county bad been in the penitentiary and been turned loose on a pardon tsauedby Gay Btckham A abort while ago the Herald dls covered that Goy Be3khim had p doned CurttaJett roma jail sentence 01 one yqftr ned now It 18 learued horn the pardon records on file In the office of the Secrctary of State that Gov lieciham turned loose Toni White from the penitentiary after be Jnie convicted or a term of out year Both ofluaea were miHchm shooting and wounding and both short enough to have been served out without the Intervention of the pardoning power- WhItewBs convicted at the Septern bet term 1900 at theClscult Court oJ Perry county which adjoins Breath itt county and pardoned December 13 1900 The case was held up In the court longwhIleafter the trial and aPa result Whlt Berved only a- very short term In the penitentiary Commonwealths attotii y A P Byrd of Breathitt county1 when th r matter wna brought to hili attention alCynthlana bythe LouISville Herald correspondent identifIed the Ton White pardouf4byGov Beckham as the same Torn White convected orthi murder of James L Marcun Mr Byrd further stated that about thlrty days otter White returned home Iron the penitentiary he and his brother killed a nice to Dreathltt county Mr Byrd said that they were both tried for the offense and acquitted on a plea of selfdelense which Is gener any easy to estabUst when the victim Ie dead The Louisville Heralds discovery theretore teatabliahed the fact that prlsoidoorssent them home with bloody hands to continue their careers of crime culminating In the assassination 01 James B Marcum WUlTIIS rARDON There Ia only one paper on file as a Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble KIdney trouble preys upon the mind dIs- courages and lessens ambitlon1 beauty vlioir and checrfulne cr- dtappearwien the kId nays are out of order or diseased Kidney trolblo hu prevatentthalli tQr a Child to be born Iaffilcied wIth weak kid neys lithe child urln ales to often If 1 urine acaida the fleA or If when the chlhI T reaches an age when It hould be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted wllh bedwettinr depend U the cause of difficulty lskl4ney trouble and the firs atep should the treatment of these tmpoflsalrrgns 1JthunplsnF tukidneysmost people suppoe Women s well as men are made mIs- erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same greal remedy 0 ofSwompRootby druggIsts In fifty cent and one dollar atcea You may hive aPTJ4ft45-nple bOtile by mall tree also paplilet toil I10rM ci- Ing all about It including many of th recelynfrorrCo Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper remem1ierthe BlnchamtonIiI fTOMWIiT lThe statementa within ol the jurors Who convicted this man and the County Attorney who prosecuted him show dearly that the man LantItled to clew ency anda pardon Is therefore granted I C W BUcZUMX I A I UHTtU H t t H record oIthe granting oUhe pardon from the penitentiary of Tom White This paper La a petition from the COunty attorney of Perry county where the malicious shooUng wa done and the jury which tried the mae The term ofthe petition of the Jury are extremely Isiteriatlug in the1t- lIubatantt The chief rcuon why thejnryuked for the pardon won bt cause he was said to beol gcol hint ly and because hewaathechlef sup port ola widowed mother The excuseJorthenzaUdoua shootf lug Is extreniely amusing In its termi Thejut sas that evdnce adduced veloped1hIi Ufi 1itn had been noprevJous gtween Whl and Mack Comb the wounded man The jury In deocriblug the crime com witted by White nayn that two men one of them Combs were throwingI sWnetI at each othcr and one of these rocks actually touched the hat qi White and ctmr near hit ting him hti deliberately drew his re- uolver and maliciously shot dt Cowbs with Intents to kill The jury and County Attorney rn- teUlng ol this Seems to thluk It un ncces9uytooll r excuse to GOT Beckham In palliation of this reckless coo of a revolver The petition of Gov Beckhsm signed by W C Bveraole the County Attorney and the twelve jurors follows To HIS EzcellenCyJ C W Beckham Governor ol th Comrnowealth of Kentucky I Vet the uDder i citizens of Prey ouuty Kyr who were trial jurors In the trial of the case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Thomas White charged with the crime olmaliclous shooting at one Jack Combs and who was convicted and sentenced to the Btate penitent ary at Frankfort Ky It thoseptem her term 1900 of the Perry Circuit Court bribe term of one year and W c nversole the regular County Attorney for Perry county who war present and prosecuted In said trial would most respectfully ask execulivi clemency In behalrof the said Thomas White for the following reasons FrstBcause said Thomas White belongs to a respectable family and that his mother Is a widowed lady and 1Ilmost wholly without other sup portthan theusaIsiauce rendered her by hereon ThOD1- asSecondDecause at the time said White fled the shot Jack Combs1 the said Combs ivaa throwing rocks at amother msltj to wit Thomas Strong who was tandfng by and very near one rock bruthed Whites hat and eamenearbitUagiiirnandlthai previous to this time White showed no fight norgave anyinsult toward said Combs or onyonee1ae Therefore we ask that he be par doned restored to his eltizentihlp and allowed to return to his home and tobls widowed mother According to statement made by Private Secretary Xelgh a few days Ilgo the GovernolJo basses his reason for granting pardons on Information gatkeredfrom papersoatfileus ttC- ord of the cue The above petition Is the only paper onifile Lu thIs cue It the Governor based his reasons for granting a pardon to Torn White on the above paper It Is not believed that his Ideas or Information on the cases wereextremely clear Gov Beckham In his endorsement setting forth his reasons for pardon Ing White aaya that th statement of the jury show clearly that white Is eu tltkdto executive clemency Prom this It Is to be inferred that Gov Deckhamlsof the opinion that any man of reputed good family Is entl tied to executive clemency because be- I shoots at a rain with Intent to kilt him because this man ls- tl towlagrocks rt another man The following bLef statement oh Gov- Bcckbatn h on reecrd The rtatementrrwlthn of the JU ran who convktM this man and the County attorney who posrcutw him bow clearly that the wan Is entitled to clemency and tl pafdon Is there loT rented 13 C W D8cI1IA- rjIrrTs PAflION The tIente for which Gov Beck ham pardoned Curtis Jett was one closely similar to that of Tom White 011 February u IqOa JeU was cone vktod in the Rreatliiett Circuit Court of the offense of malicious shecting and wounding HIs sentence woe fixed at six months In Jail and a fine oaoo II he could notpay the 2OO- or any part of It he was to have added to the siz months sentence one dIgs confinement for each dollar he couldnot pay lIe served about tWf and a ht months and WDS pardoned by Gov Deckhnm There Is also In this case only one paperon file In the record and that is a petition written In the handwrlt tug of Thomas T Cope of fackson who has been shown to have been 80 successful in the procuring of par ilons for his clients from Gay Beck ham The petition says that he Is an orphan and he la so poorthat he would be unable to pay a cent of the aoo fine According to this he would have bad tolservelmore than a year Injall had he not been pardoned Thepotltlon sets few orno reasons for asking the pardon and among the thirty nawes attached to It those of the Curtis Jett and Whites ate to be found with lDarked frequency Got Beckham sets fourth his reason for pardoning Iett as foUows tiThe reasons setout In the within petition and vouched for by many rood and reliable cltlz ns of Breath itt county Justify clemeflcy toward this boy Granted lJ C W BECKUAM The two boys whom Gov beckhanz saw fit topardon were thus turned oae4ripanthe comunlty toga back Jtknowledgec rnor White to klll a innu and be ac- qnllled fond Jettto kill J B Hat cl1m cit he rsbtst of While r Physician and Druggists drnghmrlte We were requested by DrG hSnlgley to send borfierbineforthae- nefitb of our customers We Q1defc three dozen 1n December and we are tad to say Herblne has given such r ittataction that we have duotlcata his one three tier aad toJs wt t ave your salesman another order 8nilletikesLine II obottleat r H Williams T1raiySend for pcIal catalogue of the roUoual School of Telegraphy Ev ly worthy graduate secures a position Ikildreas II n Cherry Bowl ng Green Kr Cured Paralysis Ws Pat14 P O TILU Texu safferfngfivewhen I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Liniment which cured her all right I have also used It for sores mst bites and akin eruptions It does the work 2SCSOC and 100 bottle at J H Williams m SHERIFFS SAE1 By virtue of Execution No 2o27Bc Ix directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of Jefferson Board against C V Catubron I or one 01- wy deputies will on Monday the 7th day of September 1903 between the hours of I oclock p m and j oclock pmat the Court House door In Hartford OhIo county Ky expose to pub lIc sale to the highest and boat bidder the following property or so much thereof at may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest andcosts to wit Beginning Ilt Bud Sapps NW corner thence E with John Neigh borss line to the corner of EUza Paul and 5 C Neighbors thence a South course with Walter Midkiffs line to Lrank Coppages corner thence W with his line to Henry Pelixs line thence N with Bald line to Bud Sapps cornerthence with said line to J CNelghbora Unethence to the be ginning containing 6o acres more or teas Less zo acres oU the side next adjoiIng Frank Coppage See deed ConstIpation Afld aft symptoms and Reultsof Indigestion WNI4bIkPSDA i i j GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money LefuadId U you rot irlej- wKb tuullat ha cared tbousin4- b7 DCI leO 1IIiAloINo ftuatoci Ou 11tb tJi- en vi wijJsd to 554 t4mulI cd U DOJIaPOD re alllcled lq th mtncrt IIutatU COOl ICC nli 54 ctra aM abo I If I a7 the tlis tDlhoriw4 tectSt1I4 yocti TIll AMERICAN PtIAutACAL CO Usate ta W I PrcparaIbnfoeA sUnMtln theForxlartdflciula PromcissswiPestconllnsnelller thunMorphine nuraaI- 4tJ IJUrSltfllZlf1C JS4 IbtntMpr rl-rg I lIon Sour Slonwhfliantiocr WrmsCotwulsionsFcwnshncssd facSimile SnoIurt o- 1gw yorn tj cwT CGPV or WRAPPER I i r Hughes Chill Tonic PALATABLE Btttll ttas C21cmll snQtrIi Ccttas te 3rstac- p u t n DI AD For Rnd of tIrtuIC As wen Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Malarial Fevers and Bilious Fevers Just what you need this season lOOR fttS Mild Tonic Try it Dont take any All SOc KNOWIN FortreO ievceiin thSouthpro- egb Tonic a greet rtmJr Sor Chili aDJ fill WalariI Fn i I It 10 on a IT j 1 H UY 4 u J I RY I the School In 2 courree ot atudy and 4 innth upon pay ItuJenta railroad fare to We refund upon grad atloo every cent tuition paid U the f r pupil te satisOi- dt writ tJI nee wilt be made on apIprovednum Sioux day of8ale and hvng force and eflect of a sale bond hand this 20th day a August X93 CAr P KnowN S 0 c oplaturmfaIn the act of on a snake This Is by the man moneybuildingneglects provide his family with a bottle of Colic Cholera and as a against bowel whose victims those the cyclone a hundred oue This remedy Is at tbe J1ost prompt anti reliable nedl c In use ol these dleafcs For sale by JH Williams a isOJL Stlrha AiWa 8ortt lRfPA1SDoctors find A good For mankind II cent IIMbt II enough tot ooual oeMiloo uplrrorrNotice r ken up by WF Wright one roan st r years old mark byMJnODto by w F Wright antI Milton Black D P HUDSON J P O This August 4th I93 Said W Right UveA about seven wiles from Hartford and on the toslue and Hartford rood about otie half mile tram Horton on Him the old bldrtnn form State of County of t JCounty1v1ng e tray notice was this daremy olilce Given under my hand this tht 4ui day of Augrat 1903 S C 0 C C- aj r CASTord Children = Have 1Away Eughi- r I I I Signature f I gse ForOver Thirty Yea- rsCASTM IWI IrtP C04 ern 1 1i LOOKI TIME 13 aIILo IIOKbt bJ1 takto earl nod riiI- pesTenti crui DtJgDf aDd Mtiartit F Ier eta tb 11r totiM 111 th- eItew EXCELLENT NERAL TONIC as FeversSwamp at Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid GUARANTEE Sastituete Druggists Bottles tiUCCESsWORTH ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY KYI 4oJMtU 14 H a 1 5R- EASONS c You should at the JI II Massey Business Co11ee LOUISVILLE L It koding Commercial Kentucky Its are iyatematla gteaIImmediately gtaduatlo- nt 4 WI Loulnill- et 9 of to us not for aDdSJ4tolal UtUUttI tt11i4441ttlt 1ClerkCambron Clar- kTERMSSale sI IheI WltnCLqmy NotOverWlso heedlessly treading paralleled to Chamberlain Remedy safeguard complaint outnumber of to everywhere recognized OJWfllXtldTfiHai1 prescription Th Estray outJWo ucrbe4 811dsWQrn Cg r on Ohioc In M RAGLAND Infants The Kind Yon Bears the In flY U1ni ASTITCIIIN TkIp- realAnti PREPARED lurCOnouUIJ LOUISVILLE WHY SalL- eCoure thorough thor9ughly zzanscQto ntCOUD- f Diarrhoea IIck- Creeh Cumberland TELEPHONE ANn Co ItDeorporatIICumber with land Telephone in my residence an4 place business My business baa Increased and ray wttca voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Vours for good service and gentlemanly competition 1P NOWhIN Manr M ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY ItJCO rOUTJD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folkr where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be iq talking distance with the whole county and busineR generally by only paying Q reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Conlplluy or they wilt be lit the whole expentle U you say so We connect with all In parllcntanHartfold Ky n For Sale A SdlorithIp In Bryant nud Strate ton Business Colle e Apply 11 this office 7 Watch For a ChilL However 1I bt atthlR time of yea- rndthtiiRriimap j Itln tbe orelIln ncr oftuftlafla A dIpoItion to cfveliivcncniCatefdre by ttstromptitltIIumntiv rUon oit lives dtlvC I the lltl1erman uUt of tile system4it4tLihs the bled tones Ip t e jiijrl r sturts hpalth Sc at J U WBlimmstt L AClubIlvIlonr Riithttrx UUI1k oither or tire fllWiilgpilper8- ta tile pJico 6uisillo Hemld12hLotiisiiiIl Post DaB 325Y- CUOW Jacket 1 25 Anoiicitj FIIIn miLOr chIlIC 110 4 n r To Cure a CoW in One Day Take LXat1Ve Broino Quinfne iaiets Seven lrafl boxes s id hi peat 13 moatba signature WTxrawiT PH l- DoYT oJi11I- slOtolyou do it t arc a vitinr of malaria DonlDo It ltti Dangerous ulmlt It will rUIT IURllrln lint I ii VI IWcrn tlUAIlly attur OITlota- IDl Fr 11 r A JJJi 1 4 la4I- s puroly vegtublo RIIII nbeultitolyjtuarantood to CUrE mllrll I1Il4aclll blflouspoai- and aU stomach kidney anti liver oorplamnt TRY IT TODAY SO Cntu Bottle All Dru f ForSaloby JH Williams H rHcrr1t Kr Q M Jl CREAM 1- VERMIFUCEzott qaur nitI For 20 Years Has Le III WorMRr ilf roXt aT JXaXa D11UGGXIIXI rrrpred If 411 JAMES F BALLARD St Loul8 For Sale by J H Wilillams Ilartlord IC- yt Y tLees ftiachine Works IiOWENSBORO Y We agents for the CHAN DLFIVl YLOlt 3COS solfcolltailled and Autlflatir Engiiius anti faImake n specialty of HAMMERING SAVS We JIcarry in slock Bolting Hobo Pack111 of all kinds 11 Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Iipe ittid Ftirgs ill of nU kinds Valves of all kinds JJ 8 We CaII supply your WahltOh1 short notiec Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingy- rreddc11 fJft at Hartford Roipy I Lees Machine Worksp OWENSBORO KYIliItCaiCilaaaiCac M onutrleJts E u NICK MICHEl WIF UAi a r III SOLE OWiEUSlc IltO1llIlTOR A OF I D ffWU8 RO MONUMENTAL lORIS i xIo make the ork that plottc If you wtnt n MONUMENT that will IaLaiit1 not 4 fade got our prices rndwe gumlnh the reit lit j MISCUEL BARKHAUS R tI Iris 1117 Aileu HI OneItRlrlllnrll N IOioflIce OWENSBORO I 1NTUOKYo- I ti HALF HATES T- OBaltim9re Md VIAIBaca SWACCOUNT I Southern Grand Lodge I IOOPIITickets will blnIl for nil Ualll September 20th Good returning td September 28thtc With privilege tXtention to October 3 293 1 I 3 3r1I STOPOVERS Whlagton II Co Iltkfralt 1nkt- Vitk arid Oekliud MI1 Yr rill time ot hnln 11lnl rnr rtetvnsPois cie call on YOllr nenrst tIcket angeJrniCiueIs1ntI WHITES o Qsny n lire t l I I tixu j I ilgood I l8thI9th I I I I V V W Via ST I LOWS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah IRtI Pacific Coast 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