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I f 1 i TRW i HARTFORD REFTffiLiCAi J it Fine Job Work a Specialty QFZC1A WAIl F IBEPA n II TaHOlalS CQNSQDE1TI Subscription I a year i VOL No7IHtiNDROftlIPPIED LaCbalniMbIyhandicapped Cxpeethim flu man who runs the race ofi lifo when hhdigestive nud nu tritlve organs are uallybabdlcapPed one caae hie- IItrengthIJ over tn tie other kWtkrom isad I I cJeeiaad above ill else a BOund Itomacl1 Doctor PIenes Golden ZedJca1 Discovery cures or the wgeuonnad3000 FORFIIRIT wilt be WOJUDS DZSPUNSAaV MEDICArAsso IItheyor the ttilvtJual volunteering the telU- monL1l below the writers of testimonial among th thousands whlcb they ore puUlzhlng thus pmvIn their GOldfDlhdl1dalbq with llaI IgUUts n AI1IIJ lLJtctauund0IItaaUr lIne QoI4to MdIcaI Dtoicrr I lOok tC4pedttngtrouW or laj loa oow MedicalAIvtitrto cover expense or malijug only Twentyone onecent stamps for the fortheno V Pierce Buffalo N Y Weak heartsAre du Ip In4Jgutlp Ninetyr4ne of eve one hunfr people who bays beart trouble can remember when IIw Inple Indiges cihearttraceable to but Ire the direct resull of Indl- gcslloQ All food taken Into the slomach which IaIs ci perfect dlgeUon fcrmcnts and thehUlltHatdelJLfttOMKi4tourghKodol Dgcsts What You Eat aM reUees the stomach or all neEvoui pressureIIoItI tiiIAI tze whlcll NUl kc Soc Prepared br ao DOWTT A 00 CHIOAOo MEAMALT 141 OUI TONIC AND RCOSTfi1CTIV Tren Llf Id SlretJth la Every brop Ascfgnt1flc conb1tiatJoi of the csnttaIc- oostltuttzo1 PRiME BEEP siPURE OLD MALT 4LoDbdllt Kt JIIIU17 QD- IJ AT tALTCO LoumllJc Ky- CcnttemtfrIIflJ tumlllr Met ad Mtt lrallon exg thortOblY scquIawd 11- blcornpoal1tm and i4 oL malJllflclu nil stAt that It Is alIicl blood lIc If I l o piti lIrtDd dIsestto- l R- cpcwUJ trosoittoaa- U btrficlalIh debility ou truly rD KASTEDIN t t D wInW Colkju of Jbuin- uitkAr4 c7 MALT DO Leulavill IfJI6 uu on Barf lrpmpt rot1llr2 rjb tspiaN Ins Rbcd Sutkat tmtHklZpflrctonIS2W4peunw toaOfHimerU it Wil- liahyursBThQffO 1wr- us Nan PikE 4100- LrIL6O0 f1tct OItOHO5 Nitt- iUuacII8u AiNm- l61Ki Iwf 1IIoa tGt auto LuoasA- vI1LOLP 0 I I IsYt had occasion to UtI your I IDruH oi and Poultry McdI- I cIn4 andm pluwfJ say that 1 nevu used lIIythln for itotk that gays half u I good satisfaction I heartily racom iiMIId 1 to OWMttl orllo J 8 BfLSNRSILO4rIMbezt I norO tbirOQCbSlj tob IfJllffhJ1 Weu 8JtOOkI betorpd I ivei he j bIG to cure it DrattghtC attc loultry M nnJ I etblup the torpitt liver I kcurca every tniady of s4ck i- taktjii cllrO 25 cent PoqifryMoUIno thacaover JIors3wcrkbettc1 oto slvfn milk Ifoe atti tiosh lay more II volea- nrobictn 1111 tnalcipg as much blood flesh and as outof the ImaJlcetlUJlount of food con rnmpt Buy a can front your dealer l y L Jt i 1 oL j 0 t I CALEB POWERS SPEAKS IN HIS OWN BEHALF Makes no Bid fOr Sympathy but in a Manly Way DisclIsses the Testimony Basing HisPla Solely nthe Ground of His Innocence ANA1YZESCIOSELY EVIDENCE OF COMMONWEALTH Declares that no PRO but a Lunatic WoukLEtinto a Plot tol Murdcr and Then L nd an AssassIn His Office as iPlace of Ambush GeOrgrtown Ky Atgust27Be fore nnnn11tn that filledcivery aett- nnd pocked every aisle and window am Iq tHe Chculi Court room and be fore a JUry that leaned Towarl and lItenet1 aattenttv1fas Ifthll bsd- been the fat Instead of the fourth veekol the trial to former Secretary of State Caeb Powers charged lIB an accessory before the fact to the rnur der of William Goebel argued his own case tar two hours to night In a manner at onCe lawyerlike and convincing and free lrom any unm8l1y- btdlor yrnpathy 1wo and half holirs of the time aUoed the defendant to argue for his lite iEM lJberty yet rema11 and the orgumentwl11be reaumeci t dOk 1 h 11 ta- Inl andl dtdt tzSo or per at Mi iii Jnget6bbIna isu ally dlrolIthe peake alid the jryaeverll1 brief Intervals of rest In the couree oh1l1 argument fAKitS FAVORAhUt 3PREbSI- O4strdagte ba q1Ioe4t- he pofltkalqiMien irith wmclJ tk- cse ieIupeparbyjnvolvedaud mak log several stralgbJrorwlrd Btatewen hazardo9beforefendont pad onto a dist of his case which while It wAs not fairly under way lien hewiS iflwtdpted by the adjournment of court 1w preYed his hearers very Thvora- b1y and judging lrom appearance made a faforab1e imprisslon ptn the twelve Bourbon county wen Into comnit1tedment of ommonweaJths Attorne Robert B Iranklla who will follow him tomOrrow afternoon It PoLITIcAl QUuSrIOC Afterhs prellmllllfY remarks and fto tefntTo1etiioItl- al seln r ppUtical atlllatlon In ueneU verdIct Powers said that question of his hilt or Innocence was II 9ustio4 and that tie I 1tosecut1t the jury to e ltlt but thathe did notbe UevedhtUseytd do so but to the Co tnlJj ielteyl that they would j accord him the same hearing and grant him fbet awe mptrtlal trIal that they would granta tuna from their own country ttllltCT 01 oOMfltS DJ1ATU lie then pointed out the fact thnt the deotb or WU114tn Ooelel could mean nothing but disaster to theRe publican party lit the ontest and flr- gument that he tould not have bAd a motive to procure his death thIn taking up the course ol produce adopted alter the murder he shed chit many Of the men at fir6tdiaii d with the crlm or complicity In the plot werefterwarda admitted to be guilty and argued tba the prosecq lion had from the beginning wade an error In trying to fasten the guilt upon Republican leaders and In try Ingto prove that the murder resulted trom a poll tical conspiracy NMUOWIU DOWN TO TWO Snowing that the proseutI n had now narrowed the actuII comrn1elon- of the crime dqwn to the queatioti of whether Jim Howard orHeiiry Vouto sep done It Ie Slid that there was not one wotd of testlmo111t shpw that he knew or d with Jim Howard before he slnatton or that heiknew VoutSey before Jan nary I 19 0 or spoke to him about WiUJI1 Goebel before Januaiy 29 tn4ENOVlK MANS EUM1NATE- iIn th tfrIbflhe argument the delandant Mid that he did not know- whcther Voutay and 1I w d d Taylor entered into any oipirac- and was not arguing Taylors use but woul4 kayo that to hIm He sold thit no matter wh ther Youtsey- or Howard td thi killing the man to the jury iuiknown vl Climinated trout theca e lis a thiagt dltp tled1 and that on the prOlI teliel Upon by the pxosecntlou no man of those be brought from the iuountnln corn mltted the crime- Thespea1ier had Just declared that none but a Innatle onid enter Into Ii plot and lend 6n MetTh his office for a plac oIImbuah when he ws to i 1dr t 1tI tFtiC1 i Intenupted by the adjournment of con rt Theirgitment ban been much die cussed tonight and hns been lavor- abeomrnented npon row1UiS ORCA ARCUMEHT- AUGUST 29 The argument mode by Caleb tow ers In his own behalf Is conceded to have been one of the strongest iugu mauLs made In II criminal caa In Kentucky In recent years and the att- orneYB on both sides agree that In arguing the case Mr Powers snr med auy attorney who baa beau en ggedln his defense The argument which began at 7o p tu yesterday and was cuclud eat 30ClOCk this afternoon a- i4tualIy In progress about six hours Itjui the entire argumellt the de fei1dnt was as coot aad collected as If hisntaterJyW cOie1dered remarkable when the facts olhls lougconfinenient IInrl his tteredheaIU were coeIdrred DIRECT CWJt ttHOUStt TiirdugItout the argument the dc- endant tasking in couverutlOiial tones standing with his hpnds En his coatpoctitts wOltof the time bOt be- caslonaJ1y approaching the Jt sjnien or acing the attorneys for the Corn mouwealth be emphasized lila argue meat with gestures In the entire argument there wII hardly an error In glamtnar or rhetorlcBnct at no time diLl the speaker resort to dramatic effects to aid In driving his argument home to the twelve men who were to dttlde the question of his guilt or In nocence AJrEAr TO INTflILIOECIt While he could not dismiss all of the testimony In the case covering as It does abdut Sooooo words he cover eamore of than wal handled by any Dthr lawyer In the easeaBd at no time did he Indulge In bitterness against his accuserS onhose who he said had given tales testimOny against him but relIed OIe1y JlpoII legitimate argument upon the testimony and fin appeal to the Intelllrence or the Iui whoa he asserted could not believe that he Could have been fool Ish enough to deSIre to procure the leath of William Goebel when the death of the contetalft for the Gover norehip could not operate otherwise than to the Immediate defeat ol Republican office holdets and lasting InJllry to the Republican party JUSTIC NOT SIERCY Only In the closing sentencc 0f his argument did the defendant touch up on the bitterness of his prison life and hit desires to breath the air of freedon again and when he concluded with a simple appeal for justice and not 16r mercy the eyes of scores of men and women who gazed upon him were teardlmmedCOJ11J11onwealth Attorney Prank Un In the closing of the rgumeut for the State made a cbarnct rIIUialiy- powerluJ effort ending with nn appeal for a death sentence which lie said would be to Iaw1sa Kentucky llIke the benediction of the Master upon the w ters of Galilee when He said Peace be still VOUTSEYS SLICK SCUJUJES At 9 oclock this morning Caleb Powers took up the argument which- was interrupted by the adjourrnent- ol court last night arguing that none but a lunatIc would havernade atom pact with HenryYoutsey and Jpv- ad him to uae1111Office toiommlt an uMaslaatloa There is no testimony to show that I knew of any of Voutseys slick schemes to end the contest by- killlngGoebel 01 that 1 knev 4 hie talks with DrJ6huaon and his at tempts to buya tine irom Mr Martin- I was In the nountalnsat the time Vuutsey tella you that he ape prollchedohn I Powers almost an utter stranger to him and asked him for a key to my office to let two nee groes into my omce to kilt Senator Goebel and that my brother probably to let the plot Ie hilly known handed him n key the wrong key It Is true In the presence of Vhrton Golden I never could unlustand why my r 1t1 P i J 4 brother Hue wanted Senator Goebel killed should give him the wrong key but now Col IIendrick explains that It was because lie was waiting for Jim Hownrd Golden tcUs you that my brothet told him be IUd not know to whom liC had given tbeke and then teil yod that heand John Powers weutq Can wrirdtrying to Inaugurate Xsnt ft a reas- gnabe story Anti Isut It reasonable that Goldeny who tCllS yon that he eaid U a thedgoodihingG- oebel Y was dIedL would go to Gen Collier to r bodstrit Agais tthe murder If he had really wanted to frustrate theplans he afo- otwhffheiilYcgone foWi- denHAuccehitt the prtaonorto BT- LI1tar 1 or to norne other friend or GoebelsMr Lawson If tvo men were in II conspiracy to burn your hQme and one or them concluded that hedldnt want It done Bcd went to the other conspirator to remonstrate with him Instead ot c mlng toy u bnt LI of ter the the he said ItS C1 damned good thing would you believe that he was In earnest about not wanting the crime cOmmitted 11 urn guiltless of Uu charge against me oS God Is my Judge said Powers I conclusion and appeal toyounot for mercy but for Justice for I have done no wrong Could I have foreseen that harm wonld come to Senator Goebel at the hands of the mountain men I would have cut off my right arm before I would have organized the movement- to bring them tp Frankfurt Could 1Jrn forcsec events of the future could they awing back the golden curtain and peer Into the myitezies of what La to come many mIstakes would be gC1rded against Could the citizens of Johnstown have rorseei1 that the flood would COme they could have saved their livea ily flight C9UIcI the dwellers at th base of MI- Pder bsve knows tbattbe flOod of nz wouid come totjftert1iyco- uld have saved themselves I could not loresee that William Goebel would be kUied and I hatno part In It Were the witneSses1 have bad summoned to this trial to con spire to rob a bank or kill a mn could I be held guilty ASKSSI5WXEJUSTZCIt I do not ask you for aympaihy 1 ask you to acquit me because lam not guilty You men know something of restraint because you have been In charge of officers during tlis trial but you canuct knew what It IS to be In a prison cell three years to BSt clafe with criminals to be gazed t by curiosity seekers and you cannot know what a verdict of acquittal would rneaO tome It would mean that once more I could walk abroad a free man and could se again Ule nceofved Ones My father pasSed iOta the spirit land a hozt time ago anamy mbtlIr Ia- h able to be prd nt lit this trlabe cause of her tnnhnlUes She isk- you lrm afar ir a Just verdict anc the acquittal of her son that her last days may be peaceful and that she may not go down to the grave die trnstitig mankind Gentlemen Ibavetaxed your p- tience too long I commit this casC to you tstlng that you will be granted the light of wisdom from above in deciding ItIt A Purgative Ploneuro If yoji ever took DeWltta Little Early Risers iot biliousness or constl patlon you know what a purgative pleasure Is These famOuS little plUiJ cleanse and liver and rid the system of aU bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sick en or weaken but give tone and strenGth to the tIASUCS and organa in- voIvc f W H Howell or houston Tex snsI 4o better pUt ca be used than Little Early Risers for constipa ton sick headache etc Sold ly Z Wayne Grmn IJz Dros ins Educational Notes The largest boq of boardIng stu dents that vill assemble at one IpointIIat Bowling Green Ky 5 Eleven hundred students enrolled last year at the Southern Normal Schoql and Bowling Green Business College 5 The Southern Normal School and Bowling GIeeu Business College sue talnM an the 1itezary antI commercial courses and la addkloulawmusicelo- cntlou au4 oratory telegraphy type writtlng railroadig and express Send for a catalogue or special couraC desired Send for catalog and Jour nal Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 0 Farm prosperity Is so abundant In Kansas and the Western States and llbor o scarce that daiiy passenger trains ore held up by the lsrmers and great Inducements ollered to the hay- elere to stop oU and goto work Clinton lad Clinton lan I hU 01 i MV1TiIN WHCOMf- I TO OEAPl- nncnse CroWd Greets HimI i at Londoil FULL OP ENTHUSIASM Republican StandardBearer Talks to the Point lmpJ1ancc of nil Uniting to Re ore Commonweaithto Its Rightful Position SAFEGUARDS NEEDED FOR ALL London Ky 29Col Morris B Belkuap the Republican nominee for Governor was the busiest man In London today and the most so ght after individual on the Laurel county fair grounds where according to the statement of Secretary n A Chliton over 7000 people paM admission to see the lair and hear Col Delknap speak It proved to be a strenuous day for Col Delknap as he was the central figure tn a denioziatration thAt proved revelation lo his friends and admirers Col Belkuap accompanied bY Hon Joseph A Craft reached London at 310 this morning on the Louisville and Nashville train after an all nlgbt1s ride and was assigned to quarters at the Riley Hotel By 7 oclock he was astir and on the street and In company withCot DilLon Congressman Vincent Borelng Judge RobertDoyd and several other representative Republicans maile the rounds of the various business houses His tour embraced all classess of people f tcari ai the hour ast the streets were thronged with excutslon fats oman parts of Laurel and a4 joining eountlCa and he met an shook buds with several hundre- leforc to ociocl the hour he was to vIsit the fair grounds HIs entrance to the grounds ealI4 for a repetition of his early morning work but on a larger scale Stand lug beside Judge Borelng Col Bel knap without moving from a space less thtn six feet square met and grasped the hands of more than 3000 people Jhe crowd surged from all parts of the grounds when his arrival became known and stood packed about him awaiting their turn to shake his hand It was a remarkable dmonstatIon participated in by not a Sew women and hundreds of voters whom excursion trains had brought from Knox clay Owsley Leslie Jsckaoi Rockcastle Whitley and Pulaski counties Tilts LOOKS ooOn To WE want to see the next GoveriioriI was the remark heard on allstdei nna Col Belkuap who had got busy hours before stod laughing and per spiring often exclaiming AU- rght boys I am glad to be w1t11 you This looks good to me- We nave been buying goodsjrom your hQnse for years Mr Belknap and we are for you Jor anything you want was a statement the Repub litan nominee was coiled upOn to acknowledge which he did In his usual happy pleasing manner At U2ooiclockj the nuounce meat was made that Cal Del nap would address the crowd from the speakers stand resulting In a stampede being mode for the racecourse falng the stand and amphitheater the latter with a seating capacity of M oo being packed to suffocation On the race course was a sea of upturned laces directed to the speakers stand on which were Beated Congressman Doming Col Dillon former State Senator Chri8ttan SteJe or Louisville Judge Black candidate for tate Treasurer Cot Belkuap Judge Robert Boyd and ColT C Williams Congresman forcing introduced Cojl Belknap as the next Governor of Kentucky aud a man who an his life ha4 been Identified with the b sineas- of tile State n gentleman and soldier TATRDRvnLOPw NT Tumultuous applause greeted Col Beflnap as he acknowledged the In ditl n His remarks were limit etO a five minute eflort with State deveopzne t his theme Col Del knap said Ladles and Gentlemen sad fe1l0wclUunll of Kentucky It gives meunbonuded pleasureto meet every one of you today you the inca of the hills and mountains the representaUve plain people ot Kentucky We ore a union for the good of Kentucky and the reestablishment of the grand old Commol wealth to lts proper ststton In the galaxy of States where rightfully belongs It has been said you who reside In the mountains and the valleys are nut of the standard that go to make up the in nor our cities but I flay to you- when we get utose together our eyes I f W a Li are ou the same level our height about the name stapderd to cqtnl though our ponition In life may appear tO you different pnd we all have the ntereiif of the good old state al heart It Is a common Interest that cannot be lightly bruhcd aside I SPltAKS TO run POINI- I will not attempt to tax your patience today by a discussion of public questions but will briefly define my attitude In this campaign I heard good advice given at the begin ningofthii campaign when the sub ject of speechrnaking was under die cusalQn and that Is If you have any thing to say say It and then stop talking I dont trdong to the class of public speakers who have doqbt ss often entertained yon with feverish flfghtn of oratory The gift was taken from me at On early age I was In the country visiting nome friends when I was a lIttle shaver and on this particular farm was an- a clent mule who persIsted In die turbing the quiet of the atmosphere by continually braying I said to Mandyan old colored woman That mule luokesrots of noise Yes replied Mandy If the old fool would only keep his mouth shut uOme bIke would not know but what he was a horse IIELlRv1iS IN ZENTUCuY I think It Is time to talk I am fI firm believer In the luturo of Kent cky In the development 6f her reo- Dources in the uphuildlng of her bus Incas Interests and I say to you my friends It Is within your power to promote her welfare to greater possibilities ThIs I blleve though I am aware much work will have to be done to accomplish thIs but Ken tucky men are luHy equal to the task For example take the tImber and coal products you are particularly famlllnr with If you bring about a condition that will exclude the investment of capital to develop these then you are the losers but If on the other hand you Invite coopera lon of capItal by the upbuildizig of your State her schools stamping out law leasnesa of whatever character by the Clevation of the judiciary above the haveIprovided a safCguard by which capt tal coming within tne borders of your State will profit Wewlll have to do It 80 that Kentucky will appear to them 1s safea finyState In the Un- Ion I have had consIderable busl ness transactlonl with you people and I propose to enlist my energies and do my utmost to bring shout these conditions it given a chance WAUMIY RNCOURAGIW When Col Belkniihad concluded many Indies crowded to the ralllng and grasped his hand proDering words of encouragement and In this they were ably onded bybundleds of the sterner sex Judge Brack fol Towed Col Belknap briefly calla attention to the present obnoxious State admInistration Col Belknap was agreeably inr- prlse tthe edt of j4is den nstzation on the reception accorde4 him It Is claimed by politicians here to have ben the largest crowd which ever assembled In London tl bear on address by a Gubernatorial candidate Col Belkuap left at mlc1 night for Sprngfield where he will be the guest ofthe Washington County Pair Association tomorrow TAFFY KY August z8A very hard rain fell here today Mr J U Davis went to Hartford Monday Several from here attended church at Antioch Sunday Dinner was served on the ground The proceeds ofthe day bring 250 raised for reo pairing the chnrch- Mr WI D Smith and three chl then Jetisk Miy and Ivy spent Monday ot J H Davis Mrs Russel of Westecfl lcl visited at John Davis Saturday and Sunday Tobacco Is beginning to ripen nicely RIPANS Tobnles Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The S ooot taktIa aoulh for utuloccIow GIUIPIYlorNo Difference f Opinion I There ma be difference of wbetherltheIon of the Tariff scheduler but car talnly ther tmn be nl difference of opinion among business mei that when this woric Is done K pu4 be done by the friends of ProtectIon Very few have forgotten the last d fort of the IemOcrAte In thIn line when alter laborious eflort the de- structlve I VIlson bill became a ow and Jmmedlntely sent the country to DewIreform cry fUf the uet campaign PoCCVlIlClndltCptiblictn It i830 the value of manuIatnret- jportcL In the Utilted Stalc1 was In round terms one billion dollars In 1900 It was over thirteei billions The noteworthy feature of this tree mendous growth Is that It occurred Ii- idefiane of the prediction of the Cob deItes who declared that our diode th crate a great manufacturing Industry in defiance 91 what theyere pleard to caIJllslnra1laws must in- Cvftably result in SailureS n Frau cisto Chronicle CroupUlluaUy the symptoms ofa common cold there Is chilliness sneezing sore throat ht skin quick pulse hoarseness dud Impeded respiration Give frequent small doses of Dallards hiorehound Syrup the hlrd will cry for It and ot the first alga 01 a cr cough apply frequently Ba- ltnniss Snow Liniment externally to the throat 50C at J II Williams pUflDEE KY Aug 2FliaIth in this cotnrnurity Is gOlt1 ot tHe writing A fine rain feU here Wednesday whlcli was needed very much The temperance meeting at Sulphur Spritigs closed Mollday and the lady preachers arC here iary1ng onl service In the Masonic HnUIFarmers Rte busy 1s11sOOutcr or Rochester were k our town- Tuesday on busineset i For Sale AScholorsbtp In Bryant and Strat I tOI Business College Apply to this officeJ Constipation Aa4al1aymtms and R iuft of Inc tJt sUon- UHIeWt I rievs4 by the s aS- OB OARISTEDT1S- GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mousy LiMlebwhy sot you P wr IIJ H Ifktnsvromlnntmetcrrtct rrpoconiupatloo LlnrOwduT tr1bP tnJ1 few oLdtturooc eI to tn4 hIeU cvr thIa bodily Umttllao fe Ii cow wclJ 11 aod UIIItdnalll suthortud to rsfua4yourmouqTfln H1WC1L tc Oum r1idII IrrelegI tDcorpomtecl Theres I becumberIlanae increased and nip wifs vqlce Is neV- er head to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good Service and gentlemanly competition CIP NOWhlNManr JD gfc4d For ItI fi nel t IssSs4si tSI MraLSchnC1der24O9ThIrtyoeventZ PIao Chicago IlL writes I I Altet taking several remtft1H without result I began In Jsnuary remedyPeranaHad palpItation of the henri cold lianUs and foci tomato weakness no 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Company ixooaroiUYiD V E rXTJIMMEdUor orCEEZCC-C =o 1 MMM3nouah = VM C2 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET ton Oorxniio nOHUIN D HELIi JTA1 FOR LUVTTVAXT OoVEBSon J D WIIMOYT FOB TicittmiB JOHN A UIAVK FOil ACDITOB ULORGi W1 UKLMI1 FOB ATTonxcr GIXIBAL WIX uncuxnt FOB StCBtiiBvor STATE J CNPEiailT FOB STATI BUMBUTIXDEX- TLIVIKGMTON McCAKTKET Foa CouMowioirn orAosiccLTrni GEORGE IIAUEO FOB CLEBK or Corer or AITEAU JJI AlnVJIAX FOil CIBCUIT Jcnov W NCOTT 31OUKINOVFO- BCoMUOSWEALTB ATTUBXET 31 L II AVRI FoaaATKSENATOar ALVIN IIEM3ETT FOB JtirnisisTATivi DR A D 1M1IU FOB CIBCCIT COVBT CLUE Eo U DAKltASH Diver a nicklo in the slot and draw out a Democratic judge and juryBelknap MCCHESNKYB latest in polities is to r Lave all the editors of Republican newspapers arrested and thereby stop their publication IF editors publish the facts about the official acts of Beckham and Supt McChesnoy their correspondents are assaulted whipped and arrested IF a Republican newspaper pub lubes anything about any of the men on the Democratic ticket that die credits them in the eyes of the voters warrants of arrest are issued for the editors of such papers COLONEL Belknap has boon in various parts of the State within the past week in the interest of his can didacy and he has received encour agement on every hand Business men regardless of politics declare they are lor him- CONVICTED by purjured testimony paid for in pelf and found guilty by solid Democratic juries has been the fate of Caleb Powers charged with conspiracy to assassinate Goebel They are not Republicans who for a price swear away the life or liberty- of any one OUR nominees for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney are W Scott Morrison of Owensboro and M L Heavrin of Hartford two strong and competent men We will make it warm for their oppo nents Birkhead and Ringo on November 3rd- BECxDAUS futilo effort to juggle with the pardon records in his vain attempt to compare his record with that of former Governors Bradley and Brown does not relieve the bur der of explaining why he pardoned Jo Raleigh the murderer and would be rapist of a fourteenyearold girl simply because he was a Democrat IION M L HEAVKIN who was nominated last Tuesday at Owensbo i ro for Commonwealths Attorney is a man of unquestioned integrity and the finest legal attainments Ho is courteous and aflable never wanting in loyalty to his friends The Sixth district never had a better opportu nity to secure the services of an able and efficient attorney He 3ashrewd and skillful campaigner and should he bo defeated the man who does it will know he has had a race IK another column appears the his tory of a young wifes disgrace im portuned by a villian whoso duty it was as one of the Seven Hills Chau tauqua police to protect and guard from harm or danger guests at that entertainment How often is pure innocent womanhood led into paths of the blackest sin and the brilliancy of the fondest jewel of a father hus bandor brother darkened and completely destroyed by a scoundrelwho wins her confidence and unmerited friendship I Intended to vote the Democratic ticket iliclurwt u prominent man today but af tor the rotten rrrdlct ITechanged my mind I dont boiler there wee ever any coutplrary to kill Uocbcl and dont believe that Towers hadunthlng do with OoetcT death I dont believe be deserve to be hanged timid IU It U claimed It the Republican art elected thb fall It will mean Justice tor the alleged coniplraton Im going to vote for the He jmbllcoLi Padueah Sun Brother you voice the sentiment of many of the but and purest men of the Democratic party scores of whom will noteay so much as you but will do just what you declare you intend to dovoto for the Republicans W SCOTT MonnisoK of Owensbo TO who is the candidate of tho liber al intelligent thinking voters of the Sixth Judicial district said in ac cepting the nomination Tuesday I will do nothing in my canvass which will not be in Keeping with the high H HH HH HHn HrHHHHfH HHHH DEATH FW POWERS i Crowning Infamy Reached at Last Prisoner Adjudg ed Guilty by the Jury at 1120 Saturday Morning THE VICTIM WAS UNMOVED BY HIS TERRIBLE FATE lOWe the jury find the defendant gullty end fix his punishment at death With these words uttered by the Scott Circuit Clerk the crowning act in the diabolical political conspiracy to hang Powers and damn the Republican party was consummated at Georgetown at 1120 Saturday morning The jury trying Caleb Powers for conspiracy In the assassination of Senator Goebel after being in consultation four hours and twenty mirfutes filed Into the court room at 1117 Powers eat perfectly quiet luring thesedramatic proceedings andhls face presented a study as the verdict was being read He was the picture of despair and disappointment but there was no trace of fear and he seemed absolutely unawed At its close a calm smile was perceptible on his face As the jury was being polled the prisoner turned his head lent over and chatted earnestly with his counsel Immediately alter the verdict was read your correspondent ap proached George Wyatt foreman of the ry and asked him to relate the details ot how the verdict was reached- 1Ve have agreed not to tell how the balloting was or any of the proceedings In thejury room Will you say whether there was any division on the question of guilt was asked We dont care tadlscusslt was his laconic reply Immediately after the polling and dismissal ot the jury many per sons in the court room gathered about the condemned man and offer ed their hands In sympathy and words of encouragement but he seemed to be less perturbed than most of those who called to sympa thize As he left the court room to go back to prison a large number followed him for some distance but no sort of demonstration either of disapproval or approval marked any stage of the proceedings from the time the verdict was announced till the prison doors closed on the prisoner An interview was sought with Powers before he len the court room but he declined to talk at that time H11 H 1 t a1 ttt II i II I t tt t IIIII III t1 office to which I aspire n The people of the district have a splendid op portunity to elevate a man to the judgeship who is not only eminently qualified but a high toned intelli gent gentleman If fitness has anything whatever to do with the selec tion of a Circuit Judge in this die trict Morrisons majority will be overwhelming REPUBLICANS are informed by Democratic newspapers that only a small per cent of them are quali fied for jury service in the State of Kentucky According to a Demo cratic view of what is required of a man to be a qualified juror this has been clearly demonstrated for Dem ocratic officers scrupulously avoid summoning any man of Republican principles for jury service Tho law says if you are a citizen twentyone years old a housekeeper sober temperate discreet and of good demeanor jurylincivil case When you think of it just right are there not about as many Republicans who are sober temperate discreet and of good de meanor as there are Democrats CALEB POWERS was by a jury of twelve partisan Democrats found guilty of the charge of conspiring to kill William Goebel a Democratand his punishment was fixed at hanging until dead Curtis Jett was recent ly by a jury of twelve Democrats found guilty ofkilling J B Marcum a Republican and his punishment was fixed at confinement in the peni tentiary for life There is no pre tense that Powers fired the shot that killed Goebel for he was at Louisville when Goebel was killed at Frankfort The only charge against him is that he knew that Goebel was to be killed Thus two Democratic juries that tried him and Jett said by their verdicts that it is a greater offense to know that a man is to be killed if that man isa Democrat than it is to kill a man if that man is a Republican RENDER KY Sept 2Mr J L Miller of Cloverport was here last Saturday Mr Nicholas Barrass Sr of Tay lor Mines was here last Saturday Mr R B Harwood ol Louisville was in town last week Miss Vaden Fentress returned Tues day alter visiting in Paducah a week Wm Reid of Taylor Mines was In Render Saturday Mrs B E Dollow oi East Body Pa Is visiting her sister Mrs P K Salsburg here at this writing Mr Robert McDowell left for Her rln 111 last Saturday night Prof V M Mosley attended the Teachers Institute at Hartford last weekMr Hywell Jones was in Central City one day last week Andrew Mercer has returned from Indiana alter three months absence Mr W D tacBlkinney of Central City was in town last week Mrs Katie Campbell of Paducah is the guest of Mrs Simon Jones at this writingIsaac Oser was in Louisville last weekMisses Myrtle Hines and Mabel Maddox of Rockport Mayme Baldwin of Owensboro and Flora Haynes of Fordsville vlsltld in thin city last week Mr E A Foster of Central City was here Saturday Mr James Espy was in Beaver Dam last Friday FisherIMessrs Joe James and Chas Car gal were in Hartford Sunday Mr Tom Stiersman was in Central City Sunday- L E Herrel and Simon Stephens were in Hartford Monday Mr and Mrs L L Moore oi WInslow Arizona are visiting Mr and 3Irs P K Salsburg this week Messrs Simon Jones and George T TInsley were In Hartford Saturday Miss Anyce Swain of Beaver Dam is the guest of Mrs W H Stanley at this writing Mr Simon Jones was in Owensboro Tnesdav Mr Will Napier of Central City was here Monday Nicholas Barrass Jr oi Taylor Mines was here Sunday I Willie Evans returned Monday night to his home in Bloomington Illafter three months visit here with relativesMr S Spencer went to Central City Wednesday Mr John Daugherty of Hartshorn Indian Territory is visiting his sis ter Mrs R J Engleby at this writ ingMr George Barnes Jr oi Beaver Dam was in Render last week Born to the wife of Mr G B Roll a boyChas E Smith of Morgantown was here Tuesday on business for J A Tanner Co AH Democratic Jurors Mr E T Franks in discussing the convicting of Caleb Powers has the following to say Twelve Democratic jurors tried James Howard twice Twelve Democratic jurors tried Garnet Ripley Twelve Democratic jurors tried Berry Howard Twelve Democratic jurors tried Caleb Powers three times Seven juries all selected from Bourbon Scott and Franklin counties and not a single Republican Brown Democrat or Gold Democrat on any oi them The fact that these things can happen seven times I think ought to convince any honest man that neither life nor property Is safe in the hands of the gang that is murdering Caleb Powers Notice in Bankruptcy In the IDatrlct Court ol the United Statue tor tbe Western DUtrlet ot Kentucky Oweniboro Division In the matter ot Leon L Iatter BODV Bankrupt In Bankruptcy To the creditors oi Leon L Patter son ot Point Pleasant in the County oi Ohio and District aforesaid bank raptNotice Is hereby given that on the nth day of August A D19o3 the said Leon L Patterson was duly ad judicated bankrupt and that the fire meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of J A Dean in Owens bow Kentucky on the 1 9th day of September A D 1903 at a p m at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting- J A DUN Referee in Bankruptcy September 2 190- 3Dovoqrod by Worms Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundently The entire trouble arises from Inaultlon their food is not assim plated but devoured by worms A few days does of Whites Cream Ver mifuge will cure crying and the child will begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and joy of the mother 25c at J H Williams m A SENSATION Prominent Baptist Min ister Files a Suitfor- Divorce The Wife Tells a Horrible Story of Her Shame Accuses Chautauqua Policeman Margin of Compassing Her Ruin by Fear of ExpoS urea Owensboro Ky Sept tOne ol the most sensational suits ever lust tuted in the Davless circuit court was filed In the office ol the circuit clerk Tuesday afternoon The suit was in stituted by Rev W H Ferguson a Baptist minister asking to be grant ed an absolutely divorce from his wife Mrs Clarle Ferguson and thereby hangs a tale It tells of a womanvs downfall ofa wifes shame and a gW f strlcked husband bemoaning tfie that had been so cruet to him In the petition filed by Mr Fergu son allegations sensational in the ex treme are made Mrs Ferguson is accused of being untrue to her marriage vows and R Hargin is named as co respondentThe as told by the woman is shocking in its every detail and the cowardly and brutal conduct of a man In uniform is disclosed to the world They were married the i8th of last September and the honeymoon was spent at Brushy Fork for it was there he took her among his relatives and friends and the members ol his church who love their minister Since their marriage and until a few days ago they lived happily together trusting Implicit one In the other When the Chautauqua meeting was held Rev Ferguson routed a tent on the groamds and there he camped with his beautiful young wife A few days before the Chautauqua closed Rev Ferguson was called to Whites vlllelo fill the pulpit of a fellow min ister He was gone several days and during his absence Mrs Ferguson be came acquitted with C E Scott one ot the Chautauqua policemen They soon became quite friendly and Scott was frequent visitor to Ferguson tent She said howeverthat there was noth ing wrong In her relationship with 8cottuntll one evening he embraced and kissed herjwlthout her permission Unknown to her Hargin who was al so a policeman and wore a uniform was standing just outside of the tent and was a witness to Scotts actions Rtfslilng Into the tent he displayed his badge of authority and Mrs Fer guson said in her confession to her husband made her an improper pro posal She at first refused to have anything to say to him but he then threatened to take her to headquarters She begged him to leave her but he stubbornly refused and after more threats of arrest and exposure she compliedwith his demands The next day Mr Ferguson returned from Whltesvllle and rejoined his wile When she met him she held a rubber ball in her hand and playfully struck him with it He asked her where she got It and she replied that she found it The same afternoon the preacher and his wife were seated in front of the Methodist building when they were joined by another minister Seeing the ball in her hand he remarked that he saw the policeman give it to her and in a jesting way told Mr Fer guson to keep his eye upou the man with a badge When left alone with his wife Mr Ferguson upbraided her for telling him of alsehood as where she got the ball With that she began to cry and to his wonder and amazement confess ed to him all that bad happened dtir ing his absence He couldnt believe it land with tears streaming down her face she again told him the story of her shame They gave up the tent and left the park at once Going back to his home at Brushy Fork he called the members of his church to gether and told them everything Alter the meeting of the church accompanied by several staunch friends Mr came to Owens boro He brought his wife with him and they both went directly to the office of his attorney He made known his mission and the papers were prepared and there in the presence of the attorney the wife again made the confession detailed above She told what a loving and devoted husband he had been to her and how happy they had once been During burtat II his heart would break With a farewell glance fit the wo man from whom he was soon to sep arate forever the minister left the office and returned to his country home there to try and forget his great misfortune and the woman who had proved false to him Tho Ploasuro of Eating Indigestiondyspepsia will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomash sweet This remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia and all complaints aflect ing the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodols Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes good and yourfoodpropriated by the blood and tissues Sold by Z Wayne Griffin t j I T5fe 1 f R I OHIO COUNTY FAIRr- A f Hartford Kentucky T FOUR DAYSf T September 30 October 12 Sc 3 t It is the intention of the New Management to make this the most attractive FAIR in Western Kentucky v If the Company is willing to help Ohio county by liberal Premiums it is your duty as a good ciix izen to lend encouragement by your presence each day r 4 No such Band of Music was ever brought to Hartford as the one now engaged It will be worth going miles to hear 4 U 1 All Premiums in Floral Hall have been doubled over last year and many new ones added v rjti- A number of Special Premiums have been offered by leading Ohio county citizens A listofJ 1 sawn will appear soon v xt No intoxicating drinks will be allowed on the ground and the best of order preserved i The Track is going to be in the pink of condition t or i TIE BIG STATE fAIR Will Draw Thousands to Ow ensboro September the 21st to 26th 20000 In Cash Premiums and Many of the ConntrysBest Amusement Shows Free LOW RAILROAD RATES The biggest state fair ever held South of the Ohio river will beopened at Owensboro the hustling little Western Kentucky City on Monday September list lasting throughout the week Cash premiums amount ton to over 20000 will be distribut ed for the best exhibits of agricultural products mining products and livestock fowls pigeons hares and the hand work of the woman of Ken tucky or of sister States There will be the finest free amusement show that the country affords for fair pur poses including many feats ot daring never before seen In this State In fact the State Fair will be 01I most on the proportions of a great exposition and those who win pre mums may well feel proud of theI honor besides the financial benefits derived SOME OF run IREMICMS 5400 for Beef Cattle 1600 for Dairy Cattle 4200 for Horses 3oo for Mules and Jack stock 1200 for Swine 1300 for Sheep 1000 for Poultry Pigeons and Belgian Hairs 750 for Womans Department 4000 for Other Exhibits SOME OP TUB FREE ATTRACTIONS The Famous Dr Carve Broncho Johns Wild West Show High Diving Bicycle Rider Harnessed Ostrich Race Horse Racing No Better Foot Ball for State Championship Exhibition of Educated Horses Champion CakeWalker ot the World Kurkamps Fine Military Band ConcertsDate Schryer the World reo nowed high diver will appear every afternoon In his wonderful high dive bicycle act the first time every presented In the State He rides down a steep Incline 60 feet above ground at the lower end Jumps from his wheel and dives into a shallow tank 103 feet from the bases of the chute This is one of the most thrilling and dangerous teats enacted by any per son This attraction alone is worth twice the price of the admission to the pairs 1 Stomach Troublo I bave been troubled with my stomach for the past four years II says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield MassitA few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Cham berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a greet deal better Ifyou have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by l H Wllliamn 9 CENTERTOWN KY Mrs E V Phipps wife of Rev E V Phipps died August 28 aged 73 The Infant child of Mr Arthur Williams is improving slowly Luther Collins and slster Miss Naunlc visited friends in McHenry Tuesday and Wednesday Mr W J Htflln has exchanged his house and lot to Mr F M Allen lor sonic land In the country Our school under the management ol J H Wood and H II Divls began Monday with a Inrge enrollment 21 Years A Dyspoptla R H Poster 318 S 2d St Snlt Lake City writes 1 have been bothered with dlxpepsla or indiges tion for 21 years tried many doctors wtlh relief recently I got a bottle of Hetbln One bottle cried me 10m nosy t+ of on the hicond have recommended it to my friend II curing them too 500 at J H Williams x m t u Half Sick IC 1 first used Ayers Sarsaparilla in the fall of Since then 1 have taken it every spring as a blood purifying and nerve strengthenln S T Jones Wichita Kans If you feel run down are easily tired if your nerves are weak and your blood is thinlhen begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine Ayers Sarsaparill- aIts a regular nerve lifter a perfect blood builder UNKXIU AIKORW Ait year doctor whit he thinks ol Aft a Strut IK knew alt about Ibis rand farallr mtdietn follow bU adrk aad ewWn10 aa00LowellYen FRIEDALAND KY Sept zHealth la good in this communityMiss Doyle of Leltchfield Is visiting friends In this community this week The Immediate famly of Mrs Ellen Miller gave her a surprise birthday dinner last Sunday Qultea crowd form this place have been attending the protracted meet ing at Olaton this week which Is be lug conducted bv Revs Brlstow and Ratcliffe i Mr J A St Clair family have the mumps Dr J A Sandbach has dismissed his school at Salem this week on the account of scarlet fever Mrs Nancy Ford who has been suffering sometime with cancer ot the nose Is no betterIMrs lorinda Lewis and Miss Sarah Smith of Louisville are visiting relatives in this community Mrs J A Sandbach returned home from Caneyvllle last Wednesday where she was called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs V T Geary For n bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by J II Williams m Excerslon Rates I C R R On account Labor Carnival Street Fair Louisville Ky Round trip tickets will be sold as follows September 7th limited to September 8th for re turn S34f September I2th 16th and igth 3 40 for round trip limit one day from date of sale On account colored Fair at Lexing too Ky September 8th to 12th round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Lexington Ky and return for 5 80 Tickets on sale September 8th to 12th limited to September 14th for return On account Horse Show Louisville Ky September the 28th to October 3rd 1913 round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville for 315 tickets on sale September a8th and 3nth andOctober 2nd limited to October 4th for return- S B VAnMBTER Agt Doafnoss Cannot bo Curod by local applications as they cannot raach diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deaf wise and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucuous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rambling sound or Imperfect hear- Ing and when It la entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the Inflamatlon can be taken out audthls tube restored to Its normal condition hearing ylll be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous servicesWe give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hells Catarrh Cure Send circulars free F J Cherry Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c HaU8 FagillyPilis are the beat r s O r 4t y If Its BargainsIYOU ARE LOOKING FORICall atMy Store tt ij i I ill 1I mlil i ill M II e 11 Prices as Follows i I lIons Black Clay Worsted Suits 260 sizes 35 to 42 Nice allwool Suits nil colors 5125 sizes 35 to 12f J I Youths black Clay Worsted Suitsr S250 sizes 11 to 10 r w t Boys nilwool Suits 1130sizes Gto 14 Mens black wool Pants 100 Youths same 100tSHOES HamiltonBrown guaranteed every pair zMen s Fine Sunday Shoes 125 Womens Fino Shoes 125 Big line of Boys nnd Girls School Shoestho low priced y youBig Trunks Telescopes Satchels and Com i I alliona Best Blench at 5c Best Factory nt 5e Best Cnl tGoodst Sam Bach r Hartford Ky r W j- r M 1 Sq st4 E P BARNES BRO bb t5 IC1 i HANDLES THE FAMOUS hI 4q E3 kh I I i HighsClass Ia J1 LtV I J JStaver Buggies tfrSA- M 4 These Vehicles stand alone in this market as to O beenIt 1 a years li4i and our experience is certainly worth n great deal = 1 when it comes to selecting the VehiclesYl t are best f t adapted to the needs and We fir jcnn soIl you Buggies at 4500 5000 6000 05 aud DOOO Everyone arc big valus fortho trade ar It n Wo invite a close inspection of this line and wo u qqggY r j I qq i s g Buggy Harness g A V Wo aro showing an attractive lino of this goods a- tl 7 gory moderate prices Elegant sot of Hames and 5 c 25 Collnr Harness at 850 A Singlestrap Sotaiya41 bcauty1O00 A Doubled anc et with flexible Saddle a corker 1000 and n regular 15lJj Set for 1250 g s J Bu Whl s and La Robes J JIiq rreaWhipsJ 50c to 100 each o tt t 8 Wagons f- i SWo nro the solo distributors of OLD HICK t i and PEIyNESSEE WAGONS for this territryE 1 4i These goods are made right at home and the i ponso of getting them to this market is much leav i wet4i j R money f 1 41 than you would have to pay for ordinary Wagons jWo all sizes in stock with both low end r4Q4 moneys in anything you have to buy flEe P BAR1TE BBO f 6f llBeaver Damr Kentucky Zs a tt I w t 1 p II sG SPECALSI Our Special Price i839c Childrens School Suits We are well fixed to supply the boys with Suits anti Pants Inspect our lino got our prices and wo will do the rest Childs Suitspants coat find vest 150 to 500 Youths Suits long prtn =front 250 to 750 Childs School PantsG to 15 yeanJ5pc to 100 Special + Prices jn Ohilrcns Hosiery Childrhis School lIntS Shoos Etc Wo cordially imite you to and our before Trade at the Bargain Center Hartford Republican FRIDAY SUPTItMnERoJ RestaurantISchool orders taken lit Par Co Fresh Oyttera at City Restaurant Get your meals at City Reetaarant- Jtead Daviesa Co Dk Tr Co ad Oysters Plsh Celeryat City Rest taurant Freah Oysters lIervrd In any style at City Restaurant Soda Water Lemonade Coco eolo 0 at City Restaurant biyt What nice Ice Cream and Stlcrbert rat City Restaurant Complete line Prleemeyer tal and winter ShOts at Fair Cos Fair Cos new fall Suits ere the latest prices to stilt everybody Nicest tine or Cakes and Crackers In HarUonl atCity Restaurant City Restaurant most up to date i plea la Uarttford Can and see Carson Co are having a new ad dltlon built to theIr store building The new Methodist parsonage on Walnut street Is nearing completion Dig variety chlldrena Shoes Shoes from 5oc to 125 pair at Pair Cos IAbargain la mens Percal Shirts regular Soe klnll39c at Pair j Coat hung Plants Everyfanner knows that some plants grow better than others may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and thets stron And that s the way with children They are like young plants Same o6dsame home care but some grow big stayI Scotts Emulsiotr offers an 1 1sYway out of the difficulty ss often means starvation not because of lack I of od but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion reallyfe and gives the child i strength Whatever thecause of and failure to grow fintd l I send foe free pIe sBett 409Irrl New Vorl r dr nrne ace aadl0ot611arY5M6 1 1 If lui1tJJl o llavo boon enough to pickup threo hundred Mons fine Porcal and Madras Cloth Shirts the kind that usually sell for 75c sonic with and some without collars ev eryono a big bargain Ev eryono the latest styles come inspect lne buying olsowlioro same weakness fortunate I Childrens school Rosethe regu lar 25e varletYISc a pair at Fair I Cos Get yourmeals county court day at- City Restaurant Everything upto date Boys school Pantsall wOQllrom 6 to r5 years for 50c pair at Pair Cos McCalla Patters the new fan style at Pair Coaroc and ISC None higher OSTROPAfUvDr D W King Is at Mro Loa Cotunc Examination and Consultation free tf Fh Cos merrfine Show for fall are ready for you The Victor none better wade Dr A S YeweU Osteopatb Ex amlnatlon and Consultation freeRoom 12 Commercial Hotel Tent Wand of Mogantown has ac ceplell a position on the typorraphl Cal force of the Herald We want a lot of Eggs Hams But ter Bacon and Feathers CARSON Co WANTEDGood white girl to do house work for small family Address lock box 31 Hartford Ky U We still havea small quantity of thin goods which we are closing out at very thin prices CARSON Co The Waldo Shlrtaanll Overalls are positively the best made Bought direct trom the factory ECONOMY SToUt When you trade with Carson Co ask for a ticket so you can guess on the number ot houre the big candle will burn Theres so In It Bay the Waldo Shirts the beat made They never rip Large through the houlders and arm holes and extra long See them at the Economy Store We h v opened up zoo cases of new Shoes for school wear and aU kinds of rough service Let us sell you your fall shoes CARSON Co Notice to Teac ers of HarUord Mag Isterbal QietdctDistrict meeting has been c1l1 ng from 1ourth Saturday la September toThird Saturday In October on accoat of State pair RaAdlsg Circle leookeare ataaq ot floe JM IXWJtX92 S C S STRAYRDPrOm Hartford about three weeks ago one pale red cop five years old medium slz unmark givinggher recovery wiilbe rewarded Can on or ddres this office or J M Bishop Centertown Ky The flouring mill belonging to- Weaterfield Brottlere at ileaaant Ridge was destroyed by fire Tuesday L L w 1 night between ten and eleven oclock They had just purchased end stored In the mitt about I Soo bushels of wheat which was also burned Tbe origin of the ffrels unknown and the loss sustained Is estimated ftt 114 S with no insurance Henry Kinks store house building at Westerfield and contents consist- Ing ot about 3000 worth ot goods was destroyed by fire Wednesday night It Is believed that the housc was set on fire by tin Incendiary aud bloodhounds were Immediately lIent for and vigorous seaach wasP made but so far no one has been detected but parties are under suspicion an arrests may follow Judge Settle of Court of Appeals In an opinion Wednesday refused t modify the judgment of the Ohio Cir cult Court rendered at the recent Aug oat termgranting a mandatory lnjnnc flan against the Rough River Tele phone Company in favor of the Cam berland Telephone Company which judgment directed the Home Com pang to move certalnol Its poles on the streets of Hartford which come In contact with the CUmberlands linesPERSONAL It I t f f f I f MENTION Qj vttr t J P Sanderur went to Owen ro Friday n J Abby Centertown was ere TuesdayJ Clear Run Will In town Wednesday Henry Leach Cromwell was In town Friday D P Tichenor Beaver Dam was town Tuesday W H Davis Sunnydale was In town Wedttesday Faq G W Martin Baizetown was In the city yesterday Uncle Sam Rhoades Westerfield was In town Tuesday Amos Shown Beds called to see us while In town Saturday Roy Cox Nuckles Me1ean county was In town Wednesday Simon Jones Render called to see us while In town Saturday W R Bean Dundee called to see us while in town Saturday Mr Luther Rogers Select called to see UI while In town PrldayIW G Ward No Creek called to see us while in town Monday V M Stewart Beds made us a pleasant call while in town Monday GW Rowe Centertown made us- a pleasant call while la town Wednesday L P Downs Livermore made us a pleasant call while In town Wednes dayJJ W Tichenor Point Pleasant called to see us while In town Mon day MIlS Hattie Barnett la visiting the family oCCapt W J Boner near Kat taws G T Tinsley Render made us a very pleasant can wblle la town Sa- tunay Harrison Austin Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call white In town MondayH Chapman Taffy made us quite a pleasant call while In town Tuesday J M Bishop Centedown wade us- a very pleasant aft while In town Wednesday Willard Moaeley Pleasant RidgeI wade us quite a pleasantcall white la town Saturday Misses Laura Morton end Llule- Sanderlur visited at Pleasaut Ridge Saturday and Sunday Col C M Barnett cynehome Mon day from Louisville to spend several days with his family Messrs E A Field Joe Miller and Owen Wallap Dartford visited la Beaver Darn last SundayIbliss Minnie Mcintyrereturned lastI Friday from R two weeks visit to friend and relatlvesat Evansville Mrs JEDavidson and little daugb ter llzbeth who have been visit relatives at Horse Branch returned home Tgesday S A Park returned Wednesday after an absence ot several days on a business trip to Paducak and points on the Tenuet8Ce river M L lIeavrln returned Sunday Crom Louisville where he had been at the bedside of his aister Mrs Mary Raley who has been very low of typhoid fever- HeberMatthews editor of the Her aId leaves tomorrow morning for Louisville to be present at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association of which he Is a member J MDeWeeae R B Martin Sam Phillips n M Woodward cl P KeOwnc R Campbell YS Rag jaJld TR Black J BDodson A F Stanley and S A Anderson Hart ford and J H Roberts Fordsvllle and John Blair Jtford Simon Jones Render and Nicholas Barras Taylor Mines attendedtke Republican Judi- claldistrict tQwell8boro Tuesday CUJACer when in need of Any thing ip his lineHe can furnisha burial outfiton short notice at a very moderate price c IJ I fAITHUSSSPOUSE Leaves family at Calhoon to 00oWest he Said nut a Letter From Former Pretty Servant Girl IndIcates He May be In CincInnatI Owensboro Ky Sept IIf Mr H O Schroeter lately of Calhoon can be located he will In aU probe chargedIty at Calhoon last week telling them to look alter his photograph gallery soughot a new location He promised when begot well established In the Wee that he would geed for his family Mr Schroeter bade his wife children a fond farewell the first par of last week and came to Owensboro- enroute as he said to Colorado Only a day Or so alter he left a lette came addraacd to him bearing a Cincinnati post mark The address was in the handwriting ofa woman and the wife at once became suspt clans Her grounds were wen founded for when she opened the letter and read the contents It proved to be from a lady who wasforuerly In her employ u a howe girt Unless Schroeter has provrd false to this lady he has lied to his wile and has gone to Cincinnati to join the former house girl and marry her The chagrined wile at once consult ed an attorney over the troubles He advised her to swear out an attach went for alimony against the prober tyof her husband His lawful wire will eventually sue for a divorce Schroeter has conducted a floating photographic gallery on Greed river for the lit seven yara He worked at his vocation at Livermore Hart fordand CalhootS He has two sons nearly grown His wife Is about forty years of age and II an anugdally attractive woman They were always highly thought of at Calhoon and Livermore The young lady was em ployed by them about a year ago She too is a pretty woman She Is about twentythree years of age Schroeter has for the past three or tour yeara lapeat the winter season with his photograph gallery at Hart ford and has during that time made many warm friends who wen be grectly shocked to learn of his us faithfulness to his famil- yStatement Receipts and expenditures of Ohio County Institute held In Hartford August 2428 2903- Amonot or moray recItdnrooOpo W Chapman lnetnctor41300D- ene Shown Serretaq 1000 Printing lrosram 1600 Plano 600 Rr Dnroettruing lecture 600 Prlntlugerolnb programs 100- lrnndlingplano 200- Id 4 1- 6Prlndeg eraacates of ttad8llte 15 wrungpsprrotseeretorr r6- Aeeage to Dreckenridgo J0 Dean Orebet a a 600 Wash Uatan 1IIIIItor 600 Foster lamp 16 Canon lamp 2- Kerooea zo Total r00AS Amount for ULrar7U86J 10 DIIWllllu e C s Jake Rowe Arrested Cemmoawealtlsa Attorney J Edwin Rowe was found at the cornerol Filth and Frederica streets last night la a drunken condition The patrol wagI on was called and he was takeR toI the holdover When searched he had hypodermic syringe and a knife In his pockets He will be tried In po lice court this mornlngOweasboro Messenger ALEXANDER The Quarterly meeting held at Mt Hermon Tuesday was protracted In to a serle of meetings conducted by Presiding Elder Rev Rushing and pastor Rev R D Bennett Miss Stella Tanner began her school aUhe SalVia IIIU schoolhouse Monday Mr W W Mann Morgantown visited his aunt Mrs A W Mills this week Messrs Sommers Barnett Ernest r Stewart and Lonnie Patterson attended the singing at Red Hill Sunday Mr Rufus Ashley Browns Valley visited relatives lu this neighborhold- lIonday and Tuesday Misses Cora and Edna Belindt vIs- Ited relatives nearHorton zuday Little Miss Mayne bray Chicago Ill Is visiting her aunt Mrs AM BarnettMr Ward and wile No Creek visited Mrs Wards parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Bennett Sunday Misses Lydia ant Stella Ward left Tuesday to enter college of Wit mont Ky BEDA KY Sept 3Quarterly Meeting convened at the M n Church Tuesday and Wednesday Quite a number of young people from this place attended the singing convention at Red Hill Sunday YrS L Beard Bad wife vlllte- dMrB M Bennett and family last Thursday Mr Azro Rowan and family have moved to their farm near Heflin Miss Oma Ashby Browns Valley visited Miss Vivian Bennett Monday and Tuesday Mrs R T TweddeU and little granddaughter Hartford spent Tues day with Mrs Ellen Mr Lindsey Bennett len Saturday for Smallhoue where lie goes to visit his son Mr RP Bennett Tie asclipel at this place will begin Jit h 1H 7 Monday with Prof W R Carson Instructor and Mrs Burnyce Dodson asslatent Mrs Bettle Iter Qwenaboro fit ViII ltiag her daughter Mra Cattle Greer Mrs Burnyce Dodson and sister went to Hartford last weeki Itr L D Tichenor and sons Or villa and Atbin ot near Hartford are visiting Mr W C Ambrose this week Call on A C Taylor for anything in the Under takers line Coffins any size or style furnished at a reasonable price His nice funeral car at your service any hour FORDSVIUEKY Sept 2Mrs C C Mlllcr is vJs Ming her parents et Vanzant LouisvilletWas Nannle Jones walt the guest of SaturdayrOar school opened Monday Aug nat31 with a large attendance Mrs Edele Piland end Mrs Fanny Loyd lest last Friday for Louisville where they wilt met Mrs Ellis Loyd who they wilt accompany home to Plttsbnrg where they will spend the winterMisses Aitie and Lena Smith and Mamle Jones attended the dedication at Narrow Sunday Mrs Ion Johnson and little daugh ter of Marion are visiting Mrs Bet tie Johnson this week Miss Annie Opines returned Mon day from a visit to friends at Nar rows Mrs Sam Dishman of Bowling Green and Miss Ellen Sutton ot- Owenaboro were the guests of Mrs Meg Smith and Mrs Fred Cooper a few days last week Misses Mamie Jouea and Lena Smith were the guests of Miss Corda Martin Saturday night Mr Many Stldam wile and chll then were the guests of Mr rand Mrs J N Cole of Dundee Sunday night Miss Dora Halderman visited friends at Narrows Saturday and Sun day Marrledat the brides home Sunday evening August 30 Mr WIllie Ford to Miss Amble Truman Mr Ford is a young man of sterling worth while MIlS Truman Is a most lovable and accomplsbedyonng1aday The New MasonIc Temple toullvlllea new theater The New Masonic Temple was opened last week and the beauty and complete appartmentaof the building attract ed wide comment A splendid list of attractions ls booked for this winter and our people who visit the city should not fall to spend an evening at the New Masonic Temple- MATANZAS KYI Sept tThe new church building will be completed In R short while Mr Ira Nall Island was here Saturday trying to get the trace of a per son who broke Into his house and stole an overcoat a dress oat and vest n watch and some other articles Mrs A B Tichenor Is sIck at this writing Mr S A Bratcher while working at his mill some days ago was very badly scalded but Is now able to be at work Several from this place attended the singing convention at Red Hill Sunday AU report a pleasant day Yesers L C and T H raylor left Monday to engage In a log job near TaffyMiss Willie Tichenor who has been visiting friends In Livermore has returned home School at this place was resumed Monday after a weeks vacation tom NoticeI From now UDUJ the first day of Oc tober1903 we will receive sealed bids on the tower room of the Masen- Ie building at Dundee Ohio county Ky For particulars or further Information apply to J A WUrIUlFIRtD- no G KIRBY Da J H MAxwgu- E Pr MOORS eo BRIEF NOTES A farmer reding near Otesgo Mlch killed daughter through a mistake Ills snnoungedthat the American cOtton crop for the season of 190203 amounted to ro727SS6 bales against 1o68o68o last year Henry P KeevU of St Louls whoa month ago killed the girl to whom he had been secretly mauled committed suicide last night wIth the same revolver Secretary of the treasure Shaw yes terday vIsited the Worlds Pair grounds at St Louie It is expected that he will appoint a disbursing GeverameatapPJopriation Fout masked men broke into the county Jail at Iudlanopotla Neb and attempted taw off the locks of the steel cage occupied by Charles M McMillon awaiting trial on a charge of murder The Jailer thwarted their plans Because she would not leave st Louis with him WlltlamSchlltker shot his wife and killed himself While looking for the wounded man two police officpra shot and severely wounded each other each thinking he was firing ou thefugitlve p AEPUDUCAN CONVENTION Elect Delegates to OwensbOro District Convention Resolutions ArraignIng the Pres ent Partisan Incompetent AdmInistratIon Adopted The Republicans of Ohio county as sembled In Mass Convention at the Court House In HarUor4 on Satur day August 29 for the purpose of electing delegates to attend the Sixth Judicial District Convention which convened at Owensboro Ky Tues day September Ito nominate can dldatcs for Commonwealths Attorney and Circuit Judge P LSandelur was elected Chair man and R R Riley was chosen Sec retary The following named persons were selected as commltttC on resolutions viz James DeWeese C Raley MS Ragland A S Bennett and S A Anderson who reported the following resolutions which were unauimously adopted by the convention We the Republicans of Oho coun ty In convention assembled agree upon the following declarations Resolved r That we approve the can of this convention z That We Indorse the wise and patriotic administration of President Roosevelt 3 That we denounce the present Democratic State Administration for the shameful and Infamous manner In which It has preyed upon the public treasury 4 That weregard the present occupant of the Executive Mansion as a wholly irresponsible young man whose reckless juggling with pardons has turned loose upon society the rapist and assasin and rendered life and property less secure In the State than ever before S That we denounce the cowardly treatment by the Democratic ollgar chy at Franklortot newspaper correspondents and ethera Who have at tempted to exercise the right guaran teed them by the constitution of u amlnlng the public records 6 That we denounce the barter and sale of Indictments and mal admints- tration of law in the Sixth Judicial District for the past twelve years y That we favor the elevation of men to judicial positions who can use above partisan politica and who are qualified administer the law with jtfstlce and Impartiality 8 That we Invite alt good citizens Irrespective of party otnliations to unite with us In naming and electing to the offices of Circuit Judge and Commonwealths AttorneY men who are competent and qualified to fill them q That the following named gentleman be and are hereby appointed delegates to attend the District Cou ventlonat Owensboro Tuesday Sept tember tviz TH BtackRRRlley W M Awtry R L Boyd Dr A P Stanley M S Rlgland A B Stan ley F L Sandelur N Barrage J E Davldaon c P Keows J M De eA S BeuntttS A Anderson Simon Jones IC Malt E JL Woodward M1 HMvrlB J S R Wedding R R WeddlugCRaley J FAtten Jno MHudsonWSGalnes S O Kcownt J A Park C M BuIS nett C E Smith S A Park C It Campbell Ed Stewart D F GIbbs and II D Smith An alternate delee gates all other good Republicans There beIng no further business convention adjourned P L SANDFaa Chmn R R Runy Secy The Genulno vs Gountorfelts The Keulne Is always better than a counterfeit but the truth oftJl1l state went Is never more forcibly realized er more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine D- eWltts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless substitutes that are onthe market W S Lcdbetterot Shrevepore LL gays After uslpg numerous other reme tree without benefit one box of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cared me For blind bleeding itching and pro truding plies no remedy Is equal to DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Grlmn m Koala Dyspepsia Guru- maestri what yts eat SELECT KY Sept 2 Rev W H Jenkins of Central City has bees conducting a protraced meeting at the Cbrlatlati4 church here which has resulted with seven additions to the church Mr EdJoaes has moved into ou tonrMrJohn Whalen and wlfeLogaas pot were in our town Sunday Wr G w Martin is preparing to build a 0iew residence ou his farm Liver Pills Thats what you thing tQ cure y urbilious ness and give you a good digestion A arc liver pllls They cure con= biliousness Gently laxative AltdiuIU Want your uoutehs or braid a buWII1 brown or bla1t t Than I KIHGHAMSDYE Whiskers b M1 DwoYi 0 e NU bar NuW N NY ACTAYLOR Undertaker I have just received n full line of Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse is of tho latest pattern and strictly uptodate I httiva procured tho services of Mr Wallace Duncan anexporionced Undortakor and Emblilmer Washing layingout and dressing a specialty My House is open daY and night Calls answered on short notice AC TAYLOR Hartford K- yBURNBARGAINS TO I Hundreds ill every Department piled high on every table and on ovary shelf ill every show case and show vindow Today tomorrow next week and all through the month of August things will be at fever heat and prices the lowest ever known All through the season we have tried to Le generous but now we will be extravagant This is not a sale of odds and ands and shopvorn goods but the brightest and newest Merchandise oCiD 3 Notice below a few of tho many wonderful Bargains to boo had duringthis great sale RedHot Bargains Calico 4c Brown Cotton I 4ie i Bleached CottOn a4c J All 5cent Lavus t 3c All 8cent Iawns51cA111-0cent Lawns 8c All 12 0 Lawns lOc Alll5cent Ll1wns f2c All 20cent Lawns 15c All 2OCcnt DImIties n 15c A1125cent Organdies i 1 20c A1l3Ocont Organdies 22i All 25cunt Straw Hats d5c All 50cent Straw Hats 35c All 75cent Straw Hats 50c All 1 Straw HatsiH 7tti All 150 Straw Hats 100 Mens Suits 285 to 350 All 1000 Suits 750 All 1250 Suits 900 All 1350 and 15 SuitS i10op All 5 Shoos i 375f All 450 Shoos 345 All 350 8hoes285 tAll 300 Shoes t 245 An 60 Shoes 195 roO A112 Shoes 1G5 All 160Shoes 125 These same Bargain Prices pxivail all over our immol o ofAlerchandisa You should see our Dods and of oUr prices boforo buying Wo bought tremondOlslyJlc avy- and make these prices ill order to clear out our immense now oil hand to mslkoro mfrour Fall Goods rmf are Bargains never boforoo ottQrod Call slid be convinced I f EconomyDry GoodsStore Hertford Kentucky Real Estate DO YOU WANT A fARM I have some land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and n bargain 1al acres four miles north goodcondition Ol r If you want to buyorsoll seo m- oS AU Anderson Dealer in RealEatatoD- ARTFORD KY Raised From Tho Dead C W Landis Porter for the Oriental Hotel hanute Kan says I knew what It was to suffer with neuralgia In deed I did and I got a bottle of Dallards Snow Liniment and I was raised tram the dead I tried to get some more but before I- bad deposed of my bottle I was curled entlrlly I am tellen de truth 25C SOC and IIIODRt J II- Williams In- A w A A SOQOSllhl 01 Furniture GIVENAWAYIf person buy your goods from us from now until the end of the year and got a guess at the length of time tlto13I0 CANDLE will burn a111o first person to guess tltoxactwr number of hours or ono guessing the nearest to the ox act number of hours trio can dIe will burn gets the Furni turo Each dollar spoilt gets One Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you maybytlto customersIfor your money than you aro oflorell elsewh- ereCARSON co HARTFORD KY I DeWIUswash tents For IlIts 6uraer sereee tl- x eo I J1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 Minutes Ohio Count Teach ersiInsituIe1 The Ohio Connty Teachers That tnlelmet In Hartford Ky August 24 1903 House called to order by Supt Deweese1In absence of Rev E W Coak ley Prof W P Dickey of George town conducted the devotional exer cises by reading those very familiar but encouraging words found In the 23rd Psalm Election of officers was next In or d r Prof M M Faughender was elected Vice President and Belle SHown Secretary Thenwhile the body had a Jew minutes recess the teachers were enrolled After the house was again called to order the Instructor Prof Geo W Chapman addressed the au dunce In a very Interesting and Im pressive manner He desires to Im press on the minds of us teachers the great Importanceof leading our pupils to form high Ideals Prof W P Dickey then made a talk in the Interest tef the Georgetown college Noon FirstThe Pupil Prof O M Shultz addressed the teachers on the subject of First Impressions He wishes to stamp on our minds the importance of making the first im presslonsin an attractive and useful way and learn about the childs early Impressions so il they are not good to try to turn them from the wrong to to the right Later Influences that determine his Destiny was next discussed by Prof M il Faughender He thinks the best way to lead a child in the right is to set the best example by your own conduct and by leading It to aim ways to reachup1 forwhatis obeye It Our Instructor then gave us a very attractive talk in which ire stated that he believed there is a live spark for the good in every child and it may some day be a burning blaze if it baa a teacher that is capable of reaching and feedlnglt with thebltd of love and help that It requires Second The Teacher M D Mad dox addressed the audience on the sub ject of Personal Habits He believes If we train the child In the way It should go the teacher must be a per fect mbdel afall times High Education was next discussed by A P Taylor He thThk81f it be possible lCttbe teacher baveihe benefit of a high education Miss Fannie Render read a very In teresting paper on the Teachers Preparation She stated ttift she believed it to be wrong to have more than one grade of teachers as it deprives eo many bright minds of the best In struction Reces- sNtxtMlssLoutlna Ford read a vet attractive paper on Personal Appear ance Intheschool room Wm Park stated on the subject of Executive Ability that system Is the secret of good government I 8 Ma son continued the subject He says we must first learn to govern sell and also to be sympathetic Two methods of governing love and fear was next discussed by the Instructor 1Iebelieveswe can rule by love if wenever disable It B W Patterson thinks love and feature in separable and that physical punishment is sometimes a quicker and bet ter than loving them to death FourthSpelling The Comparlt Ive Value of Old and Ne1 Methods was introduced by Burch Shields He believes the written method Is the only essential one A A Brown asked tobe excused on the subject of the Spelling Bee It was then handled by Clarence Ben nett He stated that a review of every four or five weeksJ good to break the mouotomy and also instructive if conducted in the proper manner The subject Diacritical Marks was thoroughly discussed by H IL Taylor and the Instructor The program being finished the body was dismissed to meet again at 8 p m- Institute was called to order Tues day morning August 25 1903 by Supt DeWeese Rev J C Petrle being absent Prof O M Shtiliz con ducted devotional exercises Apportunity wall then given for announcements Roll called and each one answered by giving his reasons for teaching Minutes were then read nil approved FirstReading The subject of Pilmary Reading was cleaily and Im pressively discussed by Miss Dora Gibson She favors the word and sentence method W R Carson thinks we should adopt such plans as will meet the apr proval of the parents that they may giVe us thelrald1 OznsJ Shl1tzrbIe inOpposition tor thewbro and sen tence method He calls it only a neV fad that will soon cease to exist RecessMr Wilson next addressed the aridlendeon the subjectSchools- in TexasReading was then continued by E W Patterson He also favors the word and sentence method Moses Coppage thinks some inky use that method but he cannot Next frof O M Shullz pointed out the many benefits to be derived front a good system of Supplementa ry Reading The following is a sys tem that be once used Form an agreement for each one to read so much of such boots as he may have and thentake time fto dlscnsa whit has been red dnrlrig thtrtlme for recitation Toilet the material tie would have ehch one to buy as many books es they can and then they way exchange He thinks rending In the only channel by which we may lead the rising generation to higher life What Place bai Literature in the Common Schools was then discussed by Sour Wilson He believes the hellugs of the child are cultivated by the study systematic HteratnrcJand by this means we may bring tears to their eyes rather than blood to their backsTo what extent should Arithmetic be taught it at all In first and see ondygrades was handled by IS Ma son He thinks it can be taught sue cessfully in those grades Noon After singing and calling of the roll Methods of Assigning tessonli was Introduced by 8W Crowe HJ stated that It is necessary to been good judge of both the pupil and the subject to be assigned in order to as sign the work properly Our In structor would assign lessons to suit the majority of the class Methods of conducting the glass was next taken up by L M Saudc fur M M Faughender would have us be very careful in drawing out the thought contained in the printed page and also to take careful care of the backward pupils rather than the more apt ones We were next enter tai ed by our Instructor on the same1 subjectSecondThe study of the Old taken Bucket was omitted for the Star Spangled Banner After this was discussed the Instructor gave us a talk on reading which was enjjbyed by all Recess Use of the County Library was ably discussed by VVS Hill A P Thy lor then Ravens Sonic good advice on Appropriate Literature for Teachers Necessity for the Early Formation ofthVReaillngHablt waa well ban dledby E W Patterson lIe be Hives training in the reading habit to be as essential to the 1benfal faculties as food istotbe pHyislcal body Our Instructor thinks if we train the ng thinasso aa to form a habit of readlngJgblMUeraKre twill pre vent manyfcrWes MvM Faughen der then gave uff some gctIadvIce ar- to our using the library Thirdthnnm The subject o When to lutrodnceLangiiage Lessons was taken np by M sDbra Gibson Shewould hegira with conversational language its soon as they enter school PipW6hPrfmary Gramdaf Was next read1 Dy MTsslIary Bennett Marvin Black would follow one text book In teaching advanced grammar After this the Institute was honored with II talk by Prof C H Ellis one of Ohio countys former teachers lIe would have us teach the pupil correct Ian guage by example Afterd few remarks by the Instructor the body was adjourned to meet at 830 a m Wednesday Institute was called to order b Supt DeWeese August 26 1903 In the absence ot Judge J P fIller Prof Chapman conducted devotional exer clses Next rollTvaa called there being seventyeight members present and thirtyfive absent Minutes were thenread and approved The regularwoikWBS taken up first noticing and discussing a model program for the dally work in school which was arranged by M D Mad dox The Instructor placed the subject of correcting language of pupils before the Institute for discussion P L Sandefur would correct the mistake of the pupil us soon as they are made if possible I Our Instructor thengave us Exhort talk on the colmuon errors in the use of our language SecondArithmetic F L Sande fur discussed the comparative value of Mental Arithmetic He thinks it should precede the other work but continue all through it Jesse Rock a Clarence Allen were called on to discuss Business Methods Practical Illustrations of the rules Mensuration were ably discussed by Prof 0 M Shnltz and the In structor Third Hygiene Necessity of Early Instruction by R II Miller He would have us teach the child to form good habits early in Ilkas that Is the onlyway in which they may preServe their health Should Teachers tisfc Tobacco was taken up by W L Carson and Oina Shultz Mr Canoudoes not usefto bacco on the school ground and d bt allow his bnplls to use It MrShultz thinks that many things indulged in by the teachers are more Injurious than using tobacco and permits the use of It on the school grouna if they are in the habiVot dung itin other places V M Moseley talked to us onthe the subject of Physical ltre in the common school He advises that we give them plenty of time to exercise the muscles and encourage thrra to take in a good and profitable manner Prof O M Shultz gave us a talk on How to Conduct Lessons In Phal ology so as to make them most bene ficial to the pupil lIe thinks to have a strong mind they must havea strong body and he would have the lesson in Physiology so conducted as to give them a clear understanding of how they should takeNatures remedy Continued next week IIO1TOtI KY August SScverll from here at tended church services at Liberty Sunday Messrs Ernest GriffirrEM DtiT iel and Granvil Patton were in Hart ford Mol dsy Cleve Austin of McHenry visited in our community Saturday andSuni dayMessrs Tom Hines and Oliver Aflhby were in Rosirie Saturday Mr Addis Martin of Beaver Dam visited here Saturday and Sunday A O Morgan of Evansvllle was in town last week Mr James TweddeH wes In Beaver Dam Saturday- Dr L 11 Hamtnonu was in hart ford Monday Mr William Boswell sold to parties at McHenry one mare Considers tion 110 Mr Charles Wright was In Bcavei Dam Friday Messrs Fred Patton and James Daniel were in Hartford Saturday Mr Henry Ashby and family are at Mr Ashbys mothers near Jingo who is dangeiously ill Mr William Thomas ot Beaver Dam was In our community last week Mr Elijah Hoover and son Hubert were in Beaver Dam Friday The picnic at this place last Satur day passed oil pleasantly for all The Prow Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel well satis fled II he can hobble around on crutches two or three weeks after spraining his ankle and it Is usually two or three month3 before he has fat ly recovered This is an unnecessary loss of time for In many cases In which Chamberlains Pain Balm has been promptly and freely applied a complete cure has been effected in less than a weeks time and In some cases within three days For Sale by J H Williams m Blue Island 111 Jan 14 1971 Messrs Ely Bros I have used your Cream Balm in my family for nine years and it has become my family doctor for colds in the head I use It reCtyon my children It Is a Godsend to children Yours respectfully J KIMDAU Messrs Ely Bros I suffered greatly with catarrh and tried differ lent remedies without effect Alter Using one bottle of your Cream Balm- f Hound relief and I cannot praise too highly such n remedy Miss Cora Willard Albany N V M Courses of Study The following courses of study an given by the Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business College EnglUihTeachersState Teachers En- gineering Preparatory Scientific Classic Elocution Law Vocal Music Instrumental Music Business Shorthand Typewriting and Telegraphy Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky His Life Saved by Chamber lains Colic Cholera and DlarrhooaRorriody B L Byer a well known cooper of this town says he believes Cham berlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer He had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysen ltery could get nothing todohlm any good until he tried this remedy It saraBTt For sale by J H Williams m Doing a Great Educational Work The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky are doing a great work in preparing young people to fill various positions of usefulness Write for catalogues Address H II Cherry Business Manager Bowling- Green Ky Owes His Lifo to a Neigh bors Kindness Mr D P Daugherty well known throughout Mercer and Summer counties W Va most likely owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor He was almost hopelessly afflicted with diarrhoea was attended by two physicians who gave him little If any when a neighbor of his Serious condition brought him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era Remedy which cured him in less than twentyfour hours m CJASTOHJADIRt the sfIC pitS Kid Yr Hue AlW3JS Botht SCHROADER SCHOOL iIOiJSE Augoat 2SMr Jim Only and family of near Tally Pare visiting rel atives here this week I Mr Jacob Young who has boen working in Hancock county for sev eral months has returned home Mr D D Schroader hall returned home from a visit at Louisville Mr Philip Fillock who his been sick for several weeks is Improving Distressed After Eating Cured Judge W T Hbllard of Gireeni rabl1knownfered greatly hour indigestion Af tar eating great would in varlbly result lasting for an hour or 80 and my nights were restless I concluded to try Lodol Dyspeysia Cure and it cured me entirely Now my sleep Is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by Z Wayne Grlffln Bros m YdUKNOW WHAT YOU ARE T k- INO WSen you Inko IroTea Ta tclM tblll TOnic bei buttlehdlonttittlHK orm No Care So Iuj Kc IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and vlifcli 1m91CtJll I uso for over 3O years lirw liorno the nlpimhiro ot InfhncyI Coiintcrfelts Imitations and JiisliistiocMl IJHC Experiments tlmt trlllo with and cudringcr tlio liJnltli of Xufauts and CUUdrcnExi orlcnco ngalnat Expcrhnut What is CASTORA Ci torla Is ia harmless stibstliuto Castor Oil Pare gone Drops mid Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant contains neither Opium fllorpliino nor Narcotlo substance Its ngo is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevorlshncfis It cures Diarrhoea Iud Wind Colic It rclfoVSs fToeUiinff Troubles cures Constipation niidTlatiiloWcy It rasmUacs 1I1e Food regulates St nuich and Bowels rrlvtak licalthy anti natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Slathers Friend CrUtUINE CAST 0R A ALWAYS Boors tho Signature of I The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMt CIHMUK COMMIT tf tuOv TCIT HIW TOOK CltT 1 r 1w Tuii SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 2026 B 11 directed to tae which Issued Irotn the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of RTTaylor egalnst Miles Taylor I or one of ray depU- ties will on Monday the 7th day of September 1963 between the hbnrs of t oclock p m and pclockp in at the Court House door In Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public Bile to the highest and beet bidder a onehalf undivided Interest In the following described property orso much thereof as may be 1i HtytosAtlsfy PlalntlfTa debt and fnttfeit and costn toWlt- Beginning ata stone corner to Geo Thompson survey bought of Kinchen Martin thence with a line of aameN sspaWa and tHj links4 to a stone near another of hfs corneVa thence V7 64 poles to a atone In MartrsU thence with hts ilneS 42 poles and 7 M links to a whleok and block oak thence with his line- E 64 poles to the beginning contain 17 acres more or Ices Per a more complete description ol same see deed of date March joth 1877 from Hugh Ri ach and wife to Geo Thomp non of record Ohio County Clerks office deed book Z page xii Also the following tract Begin ning at a stone corner to Martin and Roach thence B36 to a stone near the railroad thence N 21 E 36 45 poles to chestnut on the wagon roal thence N 78 W 49g poles to two beeches on a slough and in Roachs line thence S 43 35 poles to the beginning containing acres For a more complete descrip of same see deed of date February 8J877 from Klnchea Martin to Geo Thompson of record Ohio County Clerks office deed book Z page 104 Also the following tract Begin nlng at Martins S IL corner on the bank of Muddy creek near Thomp sons Mill thence West with Martins line to the railroad thence up said road to the creek upon the bank thence down the creek 10 tIme begin ning supposed to be 75 acres more or less Fora more complete description of same see deed from Klnchen Mattln to Geo Thompson aeedbookYpage78 Also the following tract beginning at a chestunt near the railroad thence N 78 W 50 poles to two benches one of Geo Thompsons original corners thence N 77 poles toil stone thence S78 n68poles to a small black gum and sycamore on the bank of the old bed of Elm EtckCreek thence up said creek with its meanders to the beginning containing 28 acres For a morecomplete description of same see deed from Kinchecn Martin to Geo Thompson of date 5th day of February 1879 of record Ohio County Clerks office deed book I page 114 TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at therate of 6 per cent per annum from day of rale and having the force and efIedohsafebond Witness my hand this 20thday ol August 1933 CAP Ksowfc SOC 8 Rorrtarknblo Rbcord Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable1 recbrd It has been in fase lor over thirty years during1 which time many million bottles have been sold and used It hat long hen the standard and main reliance in the treatment of croup in thousands Ot homes yet during alt this time no case has ever been reported to the manufacturers In which it failed to eflect a cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven as roon os the croupy cough appears it will prevent attack It is pleasant to lake many children like it It contains no opium or other harm ful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to au alult For sale by J H Williams rim and lifts bcoii uindo mulct bin per I Bonnl upcnlalou slnco Ita Allow no one todeceive All arc for It other the I lug poles zo4 tion ROUGH RIVER I TELEPHONECOMPANY I I IXOOBFOBATSD J Talk being cheap antI necessary should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and your own lines nnd be in- talkThg distance with the whole noun ty aud business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will beat the whole expense II you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky I SHEfilFFS SAUl By virtue oi Execution No 20278 it directed to me which ironed fror j the Clerks office ol the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of Jefferson Board against C V Cambrou I crone cit my deputies will on Monday the 7t1- day of September 1903 between the oclockIpmat lie sale to the highest and best bidder the following property or so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt lnttlul and Costb to wit Beginning at Bud Sapps NW corner thenceE with John Neigh boras line to the corner ol Eliza Paul and JT C Neighbors thence kS6uttf cOurse with Walter Mldkiffa line to Prank Coppages cOrner tfienceW with his Hue to Henry Felixs line thence N with said line to Bud SappH c6rnerthedce with said line to CNelghborn lInethence to the be ginning containing 60 acres more or less Less 10 acres ofl the side next adjoining Frank Coppage See deed book No 22 page 247 Ohio County Clerks Office for a better description levied upon as the property ol C V Cambron nee Clark TERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with ap provedsecurlty required bearing in terest at tbe rate of 6 percent per annum IromMay of sale and having the force and eflect ol a sale bond Witness my hand this 2otb day o August 1933 CAt P KnOWN S O C Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it uow To Find Out yourWllor wonderful more sediment sri tllng Indicates an unhealthy condi lion cl the kidneys If stains linen Is evidence of kidney rouble too frequent desire to pass 11 or In the back also Hadderareoutof DoThere knowledge so often expressed tMt Dr Swamp fulfllheverywishback kidneys Ilyer bladder and triabllllYfounpleasanttieceulty UfTeIdurIngordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon wonderful thebestYou may have a sample bottle cl this discovery and a book tells about II both sent bymalAddrcsl or It your It pain is nom of BwnSnlbocl I C Co Binghamton N Y When writing men paperDontIhe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers and the address Blrhamton- Yoncvorybottie 1 6FM To Cure a Cold in One Dcty rake LaXative ttromo Quinine Tablets Seven MSen tciee sold to oat 13 mOnth This signature L 4In ttti a oYouT2QuIDiD Its 10 to 1 you do it you are a victim of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit It will euro rnalarlo but it loaves almost iloadly uttr tiI- Ttt5HERBNE t is purely and absolutely cmvrantoed to euro malaria rJih llUnisnjsc und all etomaub kltlno and lvor caioplnlats TRY IT TODAY 50 Coats B Bottle All nrvfljlats For Sale by jm Willlmps Hartford o Ky Hughes Chill TonicI PALATA OLE EattJi UM CiinDi ltd druttf CtsUln ot itseue THE OLD RELIABLE LOOKI feTCH TIME nine Hngbr Ctni Tonic Unit plraiant tnkrn witly IIIrlnjf prvnt 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