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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii THEc HARTFORD RiEUEJ4dNb- 4 FineJob Work SpeciaIty uriCIAL020AH or TE PAm IV i fum CCCRESIIONAL OI 12icr Subscripfion J ayea- rI t t VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY l SEPTEMBER Jl 1903 iSo8 toJf advice though if thOl1JJt surely would die 3 c AntIII bAby came In Jnuty 17 wrltei Mn Nancy Abner of tit r ul I r4ir Sievtrety ftutn ill Posh of nchet and patns untfl the IIIOIIlng y WlltD I i M oneor your NmDhetLttutthctrrtidIsce TwrcAe to Ur tteree for I4vee llhmirti I Ihovjrbt lurely I would 011 oa our phyrifuiu toll mel yourhtheryI took ve bottk Dr Pterrt Psvorte rro three of Golden MCdIcI UIcorry- I 8111 ibrn TUU of rtllttf togctbtr with your D1wOIkWak and HcTrl6mfcri ate Invitwl to consult Dr Here by letter frt anti ao obtaIn without charge or fee the advice of a s ecinlit upon llaeis a peculiar to women AU correspOndence Al strictly private and ncredly confidential Dr R V Pierce yTh to coniult Dr by letter flU II not to he confuef tth CULTs of free medical advice mude by Irresponiible pen who ore not and are profeMtonally and dltquahfied the practice of medicine Dr Pierce Parorite Prescription II a cifo and reliable cnro of regularitydriestion and ulcerrttion and cure female weAkncs PRIIH Dr Weree Common Sense Medical Adviser fa tent frte on receipt oiySendpaper covers or r mm for the cloth volume AddreM Dr ltV Platte DuffaJo N V WeaR HeartsAre ol every one hundred people who have heart trouble cansfemember when it was simple Indiges lion U a fact that all cues of heart disease not organic are not only IracMbla to but are the direct rsault of mdl ftMon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion Knmanu and Illnstthoherthe heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased NeadaO71 I had stcinac- bbouSlcin1wsslos bmi tatss I IIA4 harttrobI Mtb It I took Kaial Dypepita Curs far bout four Bonthi tal It curvJ ms Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves thIS stomach of all nervous strain and thIS hUrl of all pressure Bottmcfllr 3tOOStihtUfr2UmgsthtitaIItz Prepared bf K 0 DoWITT 00 OHIOAQO MEAT ALT N n tCOwSTPtTHS1 Strength In Every Drop of the essential PRIME BEEF and MALT Kr January if Lminllh Ky ItMoaupsc your Meat awl Mil thoroualilr aoquaioud ul nunutc1trs canI IIm blo ie onl dlcctttnv aut n xniat rroiriili joa thdIiIy IM it uuy M D OUw 4 I arimqr toulavlltc Iff San Prstr jt reittlrp Curt Pit iKpettttft Lses of RdL4d Scnlia stlsekiii ap4tcrAer WffMWinMt SttfDItttvtt U of Memoir A3 Will Mall VOUO BU Ne vccs- Cs NcA Ptci fW 6- t4xs J600 1111 DIIIJrt Wal6- tltk ioc e1I 4Jdrsa- aow 1t1til 1= C Luc STIOUIO M 4 Pirs LaU i WeVD- W Woman PflnOo erattClClaboUliunhrn0k100HI WI kit pproatNAio lnotlctdWl e 04 to try bot Ik I CxpercACtd1M rtfKf the fin mvfXh to O K foP modtte sad now I iMwtnMte WI4hIlQplbtandIbhaIItaksIteffbIdoil Fcmalo waknos dtefadered 3 klllDgoC tae wmb end a owlw not wear off They follow ft Woman to tho change of Ufo Do not wait but tako of Cordul now and avoid the trou Caidul never falls IUUcrinqWOUUU1off than U does 1YlVOhHba8ufrerIrill I IN FCARPU J r MURDERED FOR LOVE Insanfc Jealousy CaososI a Double New York Ardent Admirer Slays Wo man He Could NotiWed BUllet Then Ends His Life Domestic DiHicuties Said to Have Lead up to the Awful Crime WhlcfrWds Doubt less Premedl ted New York Sept 7llenry T Ud son tblrtynlneycnrs old shot and killed Mrs FannloPulIen thirtythree year old to day end then shot and killed htnwelf TW donbletngedy occurredut Rdtons residence The murder and suicide wifs n nun of former Mayor Franklin IMson BtSnon la said 10hnve been inennely jealous of the woman IdWtln1Lod brt- o go away with him The shooting occnned in the pres ence of Dr David O Unison sufcldta brother bee wife f tnt Henry T Ed son arid a baggage mover named Thoa Wood The families of Heury Townsend Edson and Dr Edson have lived to gether In the NinetyHtcondjtreet house for A number of months Recently Henry Townsend Bdaon had quarrelled with his wire and finally decided that he would leave her He had sent for Mrs Pullen who was a friend of the family and she came to the house not knowing what was wanted Mia Pullen and Mr Ed Bon were seated about tbe dining room table don is said to have told his wife he could not live with her any longer and said that It would be belter if they separated This ru quett wua refused by Mr Edson and the approaching trouble was quieted for the time Suddenly it Ib said Edson turned to Mrs Pulleu In the pretence of his wile anti his brother and naked bet to go Away with him to some other state whete they could be happy Mrs Pollen indignantly refused the proposal and turned away irons Ed son Dr Edaon severely reprimand ed his brother for making any such remarks and then left the room with Mrs IHsou Almost Immediately afterwards the uhootiog occurred Mm Pnllen was the wife of John Pullen an auditor of the Grand Cen tral station She had two children Mrs Pullen and Mrs Hdson bad been intimate friends for eleven yearsCorner Jackson otter an Investiga tion said The evidence from my Invcition show that the murder aud suicide were premeditated I have fond letters and other papers In Ed sons posscslon In the house that show that he had II love affair WileD asked if the love affair wasTwlth Mrs Pullen the coroner said he could not answer but spoke as if it were not Owes His Life to n Neigh bars Klndnoss Mr D P Dftugherly well known throughout Mtreer uud Summer counties W Va most likely owes hla life to the klndneasof n neighbor He was almost hopelessly afflicted with diarrhoea was attended by two phyblclans who grtve him little If any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious condition brought turn a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era Remedy which cured him In less than twentytour hours m Important to Teachers- We must respectfully ask the teachers of Kentucky to take under consid eration the educational work that is being done by the Southern NorrnarScbool and Bowling Green Business College We shall have pleasure in submitting for examination the class receptions the thor oughneas of the course of ttudy the able and liberally educated faculty the jollcy of the Institutions the new buildings and magnificent equipment as well as our special department of Pedagogy and Literature We Ask and appreciate patronage to the ex tent we merlt it We shall have pleasure in mailing oua catalogue arid Journal Mention course of study wanted Address II H Cherry r Bowling Green Ky Distressed After Eating Cured Judge W T Hnllnrd of Greens burg lU who U well luJ favorably known says Twoycarfl ago I suffer d greatly loin Indjgeaflon Al ter eating great distress would In varlbly result lasting for an bout or so and my nights were restless I concluded to try Lodol Dyspeyala Cure aud it cured mo entirely Now nry Bleep is refreshing nnd digestion perfect Soldby fc Wayne Griffiu Bros nl f c 1OOEBELS Pl CiRC- omispiclotisly Displayed In The Hand Of That Re publican Juror A DEMOCRATIC WORKER The Gpebel persecutors at Georgc town have paraded their magnanimi ty in nllowinj Caleb Powers to have one Republican on the Jury that tried him the third time for his life and the fact that this alleged Republican voted to hang Powers has been quote ed as demonstration of the prison ers guilt The frilnde til Caleb Powers have not been deceived by the pretense that one juror was A Republican ai they wero warned In advance that the Goe belltc scheme would be to plant reliable men ontte jury under the guise ot being Repnbllcaaa and they haVc had every reason to believe that the jury was n totally Goebntlte body A dny ortwe niter the jurv had been accepted and entered upon the trial oftbe case the Leader received the following letter illustrating the intense Republican of one of the 4 jurors Millersburg Ky Aug 31 1903 Editor Leader 1 have noticed in the press the picture of one Dennis Hanky said to be the lone Republic an juror In the Powers case Han ley has lived witiln two miles of this place for ten years and it Wa matter of doubt whether be Ic a Republican or not Goebels picture occupies n consplclons place In his home ann in a recent magistrates race as welt as in other political contest he openly advocated and worked for the success of the Democrats when we needed all the Republican votes we could get 1 believe the SherifPa deputies knew their men when they picked Hanley as they passed Republicans on the streets here and on the roads leading to this place and summoned Demo crats In the very sight of Republicans who were Ignored Everyone noticed It and commented on it at the time I write this to let you know exactly wBot we know and what we think may be expected of the one alleged Republican juror in the Powers trial Anything In this letter you may make public at the proper lime as I can prove what I say it it U disputed =7 The Leader does not question the right of any one to hung a picture of William Goebel upon the outer or in ncr wall that lacntlrcly a matter of taste end political effinity but It is not disposed to grow enthusiastic over the degree of Republicanism of a man who makes consplcioua display of such a portrait and hustles for Dem ocratic candidates It Is about time for the Goebeiitea to drop the fiction about even one line Republican on the infamous rowers JuryLexlngton Leader egDovourod by Worms Children often cry not from pain but front hunger although ted aburjdently The entire trouble arises from inanition their food Is not asahi Illated but devoured by worms A few days does of Whites Cream Ver mifuge will cure crying aud the child will begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise rind joy of the mother 250 at J H Williams m It There are Democratic newspapers in Iowa that claim thb Democratic party is strong on the Tariff issue There are Democratic newspapers In Iowa that will claim nnythlngrr Sioux City Journal Enter School Mention course wanted Stud for catalogue Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 4 Real Estate DO YOU W NFA J nM1 I have somo land for sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 good conditions and a bargain 135ncr s pur inflos iiortF- IfHfFtfti1C1 l f OtThi gcidL qnditign fo0 building I c If you Cantrfo buy or soil seo me s A Afd l 01 BoaieMtf Real Eslte t 1rArqnlJ r t POWERS CLOSELY WATCHED Counsel Unable to see Him Priv atelyNo Secret Conference Georgetown Ky Sept t Caleb Powers jvho wca recently condemn ed to deotb upon the charge of having conspired to bring about the death of William Gocbcl is guarded with the gjehteat vigilance at the ScOtia conn ty Jail to prevent his receiving any communication except through the Jailer or id hiVpreSence 11 Under rules prepared by Connt- yJhdgeVatcsjowtrs I is not djlowcdt- talkeven to his Attorneys except in the preaeitceoI the Jailer and alloj his mall Is opened and jead by tbd Jolter before he sees it Th rules If enforced ao directed by Judge Yates will compel the con demned man to receive bin aged mother In the presence of the Jailor y she comes from her home In KnoX cone tyto see him On account ol the rigidity of the rnles the attorneys of thecondemned- man cannot advise with him about lila caw except under cit cumstances which would do away with privacy oi the conversation Powers rctaion bin accustomed buoyancy bf spirits notwithstanding the mental strain under which he is necessarily laboring and his visitors are always received with a smile of welcome and a warm grasp ot the hand that is extended between the barred window of the steel cage Apparently the condemned man Is quite hopeful el obtaining A reversal in the court of Appeals and is pre paring to fight his case In the Circuit Court with his Accustomed vigor if it comes to trial again YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAlC INC When you taku Qroroi TnitrlMt rhll Tonlelo eanM forrnnlA I plnluljr printed na srer but lis hoirthg that It I lllroJ1lJ d Quintet la ntiuttlM form so Cure aorajr fte I Program Of Teachers meeting to be held at Narrows September 25 1903 Welcome addrssLenn Bennett Responae Win Park Nature study Kilo Herrlnp and Xois Coppoga 1030 Recets How teach connoItIvnLeca ITen 3 nttt antI CliranceBnnCtt f The Word Method uit Atldjibnses Cora Stone and Lou Hoover Our Heroes A M Acton Practfcal ExverlentJ ADtilT audi E Mitchel i2Noon ri How create interest of pupil Leva R Miller Reading how teachJ Hoovery History Oscar Shnltz and Alex BoBwell i Recitation Kilo Rerflrow i 3oRecess Penmanship Dona Westerfield Recitation Lula Petty Spelling best method of teaching Stella Daniel and Hatty Sanders Is professional spirit on the decline Wm Park and Ethlyn Joncu General discussion by teachers All teachers are urged to be present anti respond The Public is invited to attend also teachers in adjoining districts LRNA MitLnn Se yiS OaSTOaXADUll thelbs Xml Yot Hams Aiwats Btt Blnatutsi c7MAGMIKY Sept 4 School at this place began Monday Moses Coppage teacher A number of our folks attended the dtfkiiUon jcrvicea 04 Narrows Sunday Mr J HMlllcra family was called to the bedside of Mrs Pulllan mother of hrs MlllerT last week All but Mrs Miller have returned Miss Lena Miller entertained a few at her friends Sunday nitertionn Watermelon eating wan the math event Those present were as fol lows Messrs Alllc Wlmsatt Alfred JJrown Protua Drown Delmer Uvana C Th Coleman Willie lc Alltn Willie Taul Misses Eva Morton Effie Wlmsolt B ftha Drown Virta Wright Sallle Johnson nnd Lena and Vera Miller Mr Robert Qnisenbery of Owecs boro has been visiting his fatherin law Mr Wish Copp3j e r d B or criXABwi Alsas BngJt ot thlctlJm A Worthy Institution- The Southern Normal SChOOl oi Bowling Green Kentucky Is an in stitution worthy 01 the entire c nfl denci add support of the public It hie talfed huitdrcdi of persons who are today upldtprr enviable portion j Catalog anti lull luformatloi seut on request Mention courses wanted Addres H U Cherry Buslncu Man ager npwllnrj Green Ky Dffi Early Risers Thcfamvua little pills i k I T L I je Tt HOT I rM hesney Could Rt Stand j Alleged Exposure By Herald I Both Correspondent and Arrested for Libel Iitor Ky SepttGeorge Btaff correspondent of the fptusvillc Hciald wan arrested here tXtMuoruing on acbrrge of criminal SuperET JJe waniultreaD1itrroin Llvlngstorf county McChesneyer borne nnd a similar one was lent to Jefferson county for Editor Young R Alll ou of the IletaldSThe charge Is that thcpartles false ly published a statement to the effect that McCheaney now the Democratic nominee for Secretary of state is us- Ing the funds of the school depart went tp prosecute his canvass Bond 01 890 was fixed and the case is to be hearth at SnfUhland September 3 It has been known for some time that publications of exposure in the State Administration had deeply lrrl tated State officials and they hare ben promising such steps In retails tion The Blagging of Herald correspond ents iu the State House offices and the hiding of public records have had I sach a disasterous effect in the cam palgu that the reliable Democratic courts of the State arc to be worked to suppress furtbeifexposures c 21 Yoars A Dyspoptia R H Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Like Cltv writer 1I have been bthered vrith digpepsia or indlges tionfor 21 years tried many doctors vi tih relief recently I got a bottle of Kerbln One botu cured me I am nw tiperJnjj oil on the second I have recommended it to my friends it is curing them too 500 atJ H Williams m sarrh9 Pleasure of Eating Peuosfl rufferfiig lorindIstlo1 dspopfla o oUci aiomuch trouble Wllf7nd Ut t Kvlol Dysponsl Cure digests wkat 701 eat nod niaisa the simush sweet 1nis remedy is a- 1Ver falling cure lot Indiestlon n d pma espaidi trl or meUlbreao the jUnnch ct ditefttive tract When you takj Kcdoli DjBpeptlt Cure everything you eat ttateo good nbd every bit ot thenuttlment tbt your fod ctrfI Mseffltlated c d to propiiated by the blood and tissues Sold by Z Wayne Griffin st DeaTneas Cannot bo Curocl by local applications as they cannot ranch diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deaf ness 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 tumbling sound or imperfect hear leg and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the resulted unlessthe Inflauiatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cctarrh Cure Send circulars free F J Cherry Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best Minuter Well Johnny and what do you think oi the story of the Gar den of Eden The Judges SonI think Adam should have applied for a rEstrainer at being ousted from the garden on the ground that he was ex that he Ate the apple under unifue Influ ence and that the serpent wl18an accessory before tire fact In the alleged oflense Life Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion Mnofately removed br the use of OR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mosey refunded It yon are not pleated with retultt hai cure l tb9Uadl Py oofJou Itickttt a prominent ntrduatcl MoreinAel Ky is I iu ycrI irp- ouUpationinI DJ nllIoII and wit lLtva 50041JisgarsitUnl on cut WII IU 1tokrd hnttIf cur u p1 m- unostdiudettoi iUmutts its us floW a well man pot usc an If fllcted to this manoer It will coot you ol1r 53 uoSo Ilhehimilt II WO SO the U1It ntond you ooey THl AMERICAN PHARMACAL co Evaa vtll lad 1 i J L S MESS EDEN Women Barred From the Military CalP at West Point NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BEMADE i Bmnhfort XySpt 3 Adjnt iTt Gh MUtIny to day received military orders from Gen Dates commander of the department of the lakes which will cause a feminine rebellion In Kentucky and contiguous territory Per weekadnd weeks the fair women of the suite have been planning far Inore lliriimi uqutLJlm lg the UKys Jn blue at the encampment nt West Point Hundieds of parties were being made upaud the little city at the month of Salt river was the Meccn toward tvhlch all eyca were turned Gen Bates order upset nil calcula tioai on this score It is iu the plain est anti moot positive terms and iato this effect that women are not to be- nuiowedin the camp At ntiy time for any purpose Thacauip Includes the entire 28000 acres aud consequently the woman who had made up their mind tohavea grand time while watching their heroes ylay the mimic game of war will have to stay at home S i For a blHoua attack take Chamber lalas Stomach and Liver Tablet and a quick cure io certain For oale by J H Williams n- iSI i S Free America There is nothing so good that it may Jot be spoiled The freest coun try is the one free from trash We owe a great deal to immigration but Immigration owes equally as much to us However much we owe to immI- gration we owe more to ourselves asa nation the greatest of nations When America is wade the dump for the political garbage of Europe and Asia it is a serious infringement on her freedom No one expects Awed ca to have a spotless population yet every true cillzstr wants her to have one as near spotless as possible America does not need immigration but immigration needs America that is tbe decent sort of Immigrants dq The anarchist the revolutionist and IhV ftaBitriSf IhwMjrtsakTir need afar warmer climate than our latitude af fords It means more to be a oUlz a of the Ucltfd States thaA oi any other na tier a on the foe of the globe hence it requires uorc brains to be a goad due A poverrinicnt of tlia people by tlie people and tQr the people is necessari ly strong or weak good or bad according to the populace Why have we had financial panics and general hard times administration Intermingled with those of prosperity It Is due to the floating vote which makes things Interesting a trifle too Interesting at times This floating ballot Is the most dangerous that con fronts the nation today It haD the largest influence on our It rules the United States Sometimes It moves in the right direction 13 it did in the last two national cam paigns but it has no consistency it is not staple in mind it represents the unintelligent voter who is o die grace to the ballot The man who considers his vote an asset and pro ceeds to peddle it to the highest bid der mid iliad he has not far to go to market The man who gets tired of thlngri no matter how good they Are The roan who want a change The man who if by any cbnncc he got In to Paradise would get tired afruouot onous joy find organize an expedition to hades just for a change His st ante Majesty wonltf be puzzled to tell which way snch a mm will vote Nobody knows He dont know hum self He does not Vote for principle He generally wanto a change and some chnge In his packet The ballotbox Is an Institution herein citizens record their principles and sentiments If a citizen has no principles or sentiments to record whafclafm has he to a ballot It is dangerous to entrust power to incompetent or careless hanls yet we allow the floating voter the same power in government as the real citi zen Politicians ore ofrdld ol him because he has a vote Aud they do riot want to lose It The more power vested Inthe peo pIe the more responsibility attached to the Willot nod the higher the require merits of citizenship When a foreign emigrant lands in the United States it is but a matter ol a few mouths un til he is a giving an equal voice in the government with thp establish cd citizen though in the vast ma joritv of cases be has not even h yd Ian eleirrtitaty IctKTyce of the of 1 r c cT the issue at take Nil irHllzatlonshould I nct be a mrtt t o u Sit of iHH de velopment of th9 Mftral in tijCTtlpn of cttizenibtp If ctrzecah4j were more dfurstelf cfc3f fmoe roiM h 4 freer country The citizens who h vt country welfare at heart 1bhI IK majority and wt should a I obnttnuation tf prosperity P j I Cnmpbeliin Yellow Jacket t Stomach Trouble I 1 have bcetj troubled with my IIIDprecnfitld laca A few dys ago I Was jnduced to buy a box of Cham Lerlinf aforschbau4LLvrTSbirts 1 h tllhnIt II a nut deal better IT 1bl1 have soy trouble with your atQII1A h tty n box of these Tahlete You are certain to be pleated with the result Price 25 cents Pprsule by J II Williams Tefchcr Why JLnv I thought yin knee YOI il hie Johnny +I dont kbpw the names of the Ictteri nor the way they come but when I Me the alphabet all to gelherl know It fast enoughBos ton Transcript 1 Pioticc From now until UK JIrt diy of Or tofisr 1903 wo will rcceivi ceaeJ bids on thcjowcr room of the Mson ic building at Dundee Oulp county Ky For pnrtic uinrd or further in formation apply to oYJ Wynnznnin E G KIRBV DRJ UlIIAxW2rL Com E PMOORE J Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick j pulse hbaraehees and impeded respi ration Give frequent small doses of Ballarfia HortLonod SY 1pfbe cn1ldI will cry fur it mil it Ue fret sign ol ft croupy cough apply frfqupntly Bal i ilardas Snow Liniment extcruily to the throat Sac afj H Williams OAa 1 aXABean tia 9T1loKtndYalHlieAlws1sBOJd- I BJguauro Tl f K5o5Uo 81111 olfurnilure GIVEN AWAYn If you want to bo tho lucky person ypufr goods ftoin uwrfrom how until the end of the year nud got a gueegtit tlio length of timo tho BIG I CANDLE will burn Tho uctInumbclolI ox act number of hours tho can dlo will burn gets the Furni gotsOnoand a guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may bo tho lucky party This is I open to all cash oustomors Come to soc us and got4nore for your money than you are I fibred elsewhere I CARSON CO HARTFORD KY I I ROUGH RIVER I I TELEPHONE COMPANY IKIVinroHATEl I iTffik being cheap and necessary patronize home folks where you cau buy your own phones I and build your own lines and be n- I talking distance with the whole coun tynnd business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense ii say so We connect with all In pnrticuII Hartford Ky If2asal CATARRHI In all Its stags there ehould be clcaullncta I Elys Cream Balm do i04bo tbt diseased mcmbrans I Iicarvcatanbes4thivresway nutcklv cum Dnlm It placed Into the nostrils spread ever tho metubnmo and Ii absorbed RtlletU lot moObto and a cnre foUotm It Is not dryingdoes net produce encezlnx Large Sue DO cent at Drug ttitsorbymai Trial 810 19 cents bycui ELY BUQT1IERS M Warren BUcct Kevr York P NfcRVOUS PROSTRATION CURED BY PERUNA ir flat Pponton Chief Department Publicity and Promotion of Rational Export Exposition writcat- Phlladolphla Doe 20 1809 Tho Fortran Modlclno Co Columbus O parotmuch rundown condition I suffered particularly tram atnrrhof thostomach aggravated DO doubt by tho responsibil tiles and worrlmont Incident to tho ox doltatfoii of a great international oxpo sition What I ato distressed moandI would lie awake at night thrashing over If I may rico that expression tha affairs of tho previous day My family physician Bald I had nervous prostration east recommended a tea voyso Igradually grew worse A kind Mend whom I bad known In Ohio recommended Peruntu Though skeptical I finally yielded to his ad vice After using ono bottle I waS much improved and with tho fifth botUo came complete recovery I seal perfect health todayend owe cvcry ghgfoPcruca II seaVery truly yours i IIAL P DENTON If you do not derive prompt and sails factory results from tho nso of Parana write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to givo you his vAluablo ad- vIce froo S S Address Dr Ilartman president ot The nartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Illinois Central LW OF INTEREST T- OStockholders 1 Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meeting at Chicago I Plum DAMMtabiNMy WWiy tlflU tbexrpclor oat1 title or Itot holttilatch IlllnuLi Utttvai BsOro4 voponf nlir U brid At Its of leM faCbl Hgo lljlnlon Wcflnradnjr October 21 11lC toH u tWf noon to twrratt prsoalhttuadenu otnatJ meeting tjn win 1 Wosil ti i ni if of ooo or more Iflhow4ntralkiIruttfl4jw COUIIMUU at Uw dtwa fel battmw on rnca Jay Hpt mbor 9 Vfl wka h of tnn npr a tlckit tnnbllng him or bfr1 to travel over 1110 Company Unw front ttui station on tba IlllnoU Central railroad naanal to bin or her registored addraw to Chlcnjto and return sash ticket to b good to tbe onrncy to Chicago only dnrlng ibo four days Immediately pncpodlnff and tho day ofth meotlng and fqr thtl return Journey from Chicago only on the day of tba ttcetlngnnd tbe tout dayS Immtdlatcly following whoa proprtly cotinternigned tusil sthm4 durlllg boislno- ihouristhot Into aty betwJn Snm nod 5 p- dIIQ thy iifflw til tin Assistant Secretary Mr W O Emm In Chicago Wh ticket buy b obtained l y not holder ot stock rrgl tcrc l at abore on Application in writing to the rrect dent of the Company In Cblmgo Kncb applica lion mustIteto the fpllnama and pddrru ot the itookbolder oiactl u given Iu LU or hot wrtlfl aU of itock togetbe with tbe nniSbcr and df ofuh tcrtfflenti No lAoro than casper too JIll carrlrtt froo Iu rpipecttn any ooo holding ol Stock as rcglnttKnl on tbjrtjooluot the Company A 0 it trciTAlr 57a t a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take luxnUvo Driiuio ijulnn Tublftn All OrusKtstn rtfniid tbo amnfy It It fulls to rare E W lror iiljraatart In on each box SOc BMSESS COUNTY BMIK TRUST 00 OVENSBOnO KY Cash Capital 85OOOOSl- ocVhold r Addtl Lltblllly 0000 Q uaraot fund ferCattomorf S 100000 IViwiltj roortTM rbJect to hack Corta nottuns to d jodt or elwek oat All caa be done br InUrwt rnld on tlnuodrpoflu IS PER CENTfortJtoont1uortreroafor- boftCrpCriOdL rnteousbeasunueustiy- uor writ torOnto parUnlar- T II VNDEUSOY IVctlJnt Cumberland K TELEPHONE AN- Dlolographi Co hneorporated Thereo nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber laud Telephone himy residence and place at business My business has increased and my wifes voice Is ncv er heard to jrim ie about the Tele phone Yours for good service end gentlemanly conipetition- C P HOWLIM Manr = For Sale A Schnlorship In Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply to this office rrr= u I Groves Tos4eSss Ctell Tome has toed the test 25 years Average Annual Sales ever One and a HeM Million bottles esthis record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed vltb every bottle Is a Ten Cent packOf Groves mock Root Liver PlUs I L S 1 Hartford Republican luuedbytE DntUurd 1ubllehtngfvmpnqg- pxconrOru sDl C E NIl1TIL Edttor Tassrrrorya Ctamltulwzsd 39 aua a1Vr I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 REPUBLICIAN TICIET Von GOYJDIf- OIiMOnnlli n rtELJI AP- FonLisvic nTOorEnxo- nJ n WILiHTT POD TnAeenE- JOUN A LILtCll- Foa ADDITO- EOEOBOC W WELBII FOR ATTOnlET OEICEU- LWIH nECILIIER Von HZCIIETRYOr STAG J C81EIOnr Von HUTE SVFEBtxTEYDr- nfLITINONTO E McCArtT ET- r Ton Covateetosen or AonlttLTcB- rGEOnOE BAKERF- oRCLSnKOFCorn T or ArrsA- LJu11EWlLt i- IUILa0AD COteYwlonEn Third Dtetrle- tlABARTNILEU Von pawl JCDO- Ew HCOTT3lOnRI80N lion CoauoxwaLLrne AtonxEY- M L LEAvItlk FOB STATE HeEUOL- ALTIIN HJUVSlal FOB REPBLLBTATI- EBB A D 1Aitlt- Fon C scar COJDT CLUE Eo G DAnHASH Lion DAY WM fittingly celebrate ed in every nook and corner ot the great Republic Monday A sun who would juggle with hu man life for political capital is unfit to rule over a colony of Mexican tegreagersVAnIou8 persons have been accused of writing llcckbKms Winchester speech but so far no confession or arreata have boon made Tun killing of young Phillips at Deanfield Tuesday makes a total of five men who have met violent deaths at the hands of their fellowmen here is Ohio county this year TOE National Government has paid off Kentuckys State debt in allowing old war claims and the gang at Frankfort who are claiming credit for this stole 870000 of it and pro muted it to a grafter by tau name of Calhoun minus fo large lump which was slougedof into the present Democratic campaign fund As an illustration of Democratio consistency up in Ohio we see Tom Johnson with no fixed principles the nominee for Governor John H Clark R pronounced gold bug the nominee for United bites Senator both of whom are running on the Chicago platform by and with the consent ot the celebrated wind jam mor of the Platte DEoKoAM read the same speech t Winchester Saturday that he read at various places over the State when he WM a candidate for the nomina tion except that he had made some minor changes and slight alterations Ho defended his notorious pardon record and the Calhoun swindle by attempting to show that other men have done worse 1 believe tLet Jutt andlrhlte ore guilty of the murder of Ioreumlllllreotbitt county and II elated 1 won not pardon them nkbuw Thopeople of Ohio county who hoard Beckham make a similar prom iso at the Fair Ground hero three years ago and have kept track of the vast number of political pardons he has granted to murderers and assassins since know with what sincerity this last promise is made TUREE years ago Crippa Beckham said hero at the Fair Ground that he would not pardon any man convicted by a Jury of twelve honest men at a fair trial Not wishing to have a suit for criminal libel filed against us In Breathitt county we will merely suggest that Crlpps may have lost his manuscript and becoming embar mated accideutly and unintentionally prevaricated Hoc raising is quito an Industry here In Hartford Largo numbers of the lazy rooters are always is evi dence on the streets and a colony of the more aristocratic hM headlluar- ters In the court house yard If the town trustees would levy an income tax on them or sell the hog franchise of the city it would ho a permanent svurco of much needed additional revenue Hartford has long been noted for Its hospitality and hogs u GUFFY DENIES STATEMENTS OF PROFESSIONAL BLACKMAILERS Persons who watched the proceed lag in the recent trial of Caleb Powers were shocked and dumbfounded by the unwarranted attack the star Youtaoy and various newspapers of the twobyIour blackmailing type made upon our tormer felJowcitizcn- Estill D Guff and our honored Judge of the Court of Appeals the Hon B L D Guny The following is a statement con cerning the Youtsey affidavit which baa been publishod by Democratic Pltspapers that were fully conversant with its falsity they kno unless they are wholly ignorant ofmatters and occurrences out side of the coun ty that Judge Gufly Is not in Lndi ann he is the Republicnn nominee for Represontative in Butler county The statement is Theeeldarlt which Youtegy madwabea- yeaeked for by row 1I at the tnetauce 01- EaUU n OBayof Louterala Federal oclal sad tLe old et eon of the then Cldet Juetfee D L n OUIf1atfl or Frankfort but pow of Indiana Tonteey sayi that Gulf came to tbeyun to see Powers o iorore Informed btm and totd him that Ube could secure lurh an ndult from blm Touber that he Puwere couhi l4Cure from the Appellate Court a roTfItl1 of the lUe sentence and n new trial The nllate rfad tr a toes time to give It and did eo only upon engeee- tlonelat ble bl1ltbrutLor 3J4Crwwiordof- Newport and upon the dgolog of the agree meat ly Puwer wahing II trutb or taJtT and prom lollto liner loUt rT8eb tb Jlutlle Estill Gully sayS llIlUImuch a the Dtllocratle preeconttn ne to reter to the Toutle nmdBvlt IU- IhuloK been procured by the eon of an Appellate Judge I ask you to puklleh this state ment I never advl or uggeooted the making of any amdsvtt or statement by routeey The maklllr ot an natdavlt or statement by him concerning Power or the UOtbel murder won never mentfonud by any Poe In toy presence nor uggeootecl or men Uoned by me to any one r knew nothing ot the allldayit haTlog been made or fOlium rIde until r road of It In YouteY1 ttlmoI- IJ In the recent trial of Power ETILL D OrrrT- Loaltlle September T What citizen of Ohio county or in the Stato as for the matter ot that who doubts for one moment the truthfulness of this signed statement of Estill Gully He WM our former neighbor associate and friend having for years practiced law at the Hart ford bar It is a clear case ot a con coated scheme ot certain newspapers to do these honorable citizens an irreparable injury- TAYLOR MINES KY Sept STaylor Mines knocks tot admittance Into your worthy circle trusting that her entrance may not retard the interest but may prove few e11clal to the RUPUDrICA1rS many readers Work at this place has not teen vety good for the lest month Monday which was Labor dap was highly enjoyed by the miners Mesdames D P Hudson and Mur ray Hudson have returned from a vis- It In Owensboro AIr Hardy Williams wife and Cam fly country visited her parents Mr and Mrs Nicholas Barrass Sunday LIttle Master Maurice Mitchell Bar raga visited his grandparents Dr J J Mitchell and wife Beaver Dam last wceltIthe country Sunday torr B F Hudson made a flyIng trip to Louisville last week Mesdames Nicholas Barraso and Georgc Smith have returned from a weeks visit In Indiana Miss Jessie Mitchell Beaver Dam was the guest of her sister Mrs E G Darrass last week Miss babel Bran also was u visitor In our town Mat week Qnlte a crowd of young people from Bever Dam were out Sunday after noon lnlpecthg the mines Mrs Laura Miles and bliss Mattie Martin visited relatives near Horton SundayMr G BurraSJ Is out of town this week Messrs Harvey and Cecil Hocker were pleasant callers In our town last weekat least two young lady visit ors say they were The society event of our town this season was the grand ball given at the hotel Saturday evening Quite a crowd from adjoining towns were In attendance and an enjoyable time reo portedMr John Smith la very low with typhoid fever at this writing Mrs William Porter Is also quite ill with the same malady Mr James Southard Is convalescing after a very painful illness Mrs Charlotte Taylor Is visiting relatives In Owensboro Mr Michell Roach and wife visited In the country Sunday Mr Dovlln Morgantown was the guest of his daughter Mrs Joe McKenney a few days last week Mr Ellis Iudbon and wife will move from our midst this week to locate In Indiana We regret their de partureThe school at this place Is progress- Ing nicely under the direction ot ProC Robert Miller The Bible Union which meets eVe ery Sunday evening ts doing some very profitable work ANOTlmn CORRESPONDENT Mr Oscar Brown of Render was here last Sunday Miss Mary Dell WIlling spent Sunday afternoon hs Render Mr Will Reid Is on the sick list at this writing Mr Harry Thlnes has returned from Indiana after quite a long absence Miss Minnie Martou from Header son la visiting relatives In Taylor MinesMrs Thompson and daughter Miss Addle from Rosine are visiting In Taylor Mines There wal a party given at Mr John Barnes Monday night Messrs Claude Turnes and Jim Hudson made a flying trip to Beaver Dam Tuesday night 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 I t THE MAN WITH THE GREEN SPECTACLES Why do the Heathen Rage and the People Imagine a Vain Thing For nearly three years the people In n great measure regardless of poll tics have been remonstrating against what they thought a great Injustice In the trials of those aceuaaed of the assassination of Mr Goebel The people thought the trIal juries In these cases should not be selected with regard to political affiliations altogether The people ot Kentucky have a strong presentiment for jnR tree The great mass of the people laying aside the queatlon of the gulll- nr innocence of the accused desired that justice be given them and they wanted It done In such a way that there should be no doubt about the good intention of the trial court lIas this been done In these trials When the first jury was empanneled- my Republican neighbors I wpa n Democrat then had a good deal to say about It but I tried to explain that the witnesses were Republicans yet of course I felt the force of the criticism The next trial developed the same state of affairs I remained silent In the third and lat trial of Powers he made the mistake of his life when he addressed the jury to his own be half It was no accident that jury was Democratic It was a condition studiously and laboriously wrought out and no judge but one so perversely blinded by political prejudice as to preclude the possibility of jus tine In his court would ever have allowed such a condition to exist In his jurisdiction It Is a travesty on jus tlce Say what you please about the mountain tends they are bad enough but nothing that has ever happened In the great Commonwealth of Ken tacky not the mountain county fends not the assAssination of Goebel- or of Marcum has done more to bring the fair name of the Commonwealth Into disrepute than has that series of farces known as the trials of the con spiratora In the assassination of Gee bel And now my reader that prod Igy of Intellectual prowess and moral stamina comes out with an explana tlon that Is remarkable for nothing It not for its stupidity Hear his explanation Only about fifty per cent of the Republicans of Kentucky are eligible for jurors Now kind reader you know why these juries have been selected from the ranks of the Democrat party Is the explanation not a little tardy How much of criticism would have been avoided had this explanation been madeand acceptedbefore The Individual who essays to dls cuss n question whether from the rostrum or through the press should do so In the light and fear of the Ie- sponslblllty that inheres In such die cusslons The politician or the editor eta tlewllpuper hits no license not II- Ccordld the minister of the gospel It Is very different to discuss the probe lent of Kentucky politics as that prob Ism presents Itself todoy without ones being unconsciously swayed by prejudice And my reviewer gets himself In a predicament by tryIng to defend the indefensible He ventures to defend a condition that the very elect have balked at Had that explanation been offered In the heat of debate provoked by some thrust of the enemy It would be more tolerable but for a man to sit down Dud coolly and calculatingly pen for publication such bosh simply taxes credulity Itself Fellow Republican st that explanation be true you or your neighbor Republic an Is not legally tit to serve on a juryMy reviewer asks the question are not Republicans to be believed No not as Republicans simply The question shows the modns operandi of his judgment No man Is entitled to belief simply because he Is a Republican or a Democrat ShaU we believe anything the self confessed perjlJler Youtsey sweats Campbell said of him is his closing speech In the Powers case he Is a liar a scoundrel and a convict And yet you continue to parade him before the public In these long drawn out trials soc lled as the star witness of the prosecution When and where and how will this matter end When will that defunct conglomeration of contradictions and absurdities that calls Itself the Demo crat party cease to endeavor to foist itself on the public by exciting the prejudices of the masses Let It be noted how signally my reviewer falln to answer my question yet he makes a pretense ot answer- Ing It The question was Would you be willing If you were In the place of the accused to be tried by a Jury of your political enemies And he sea wers by saying Yes I would be willing to be tried by 11 Kentucky jury Artful dodger I Answer my question the only question that covers the case It you will but you dare not My reviewer says what I said anent the trials In progress at Georgetown Is so near the truth that he feels EvidentlyIbeing a wee germ that ogles amor ously at the application of a little truth Thus do WI sometimes find lying around In some remote corner ot our mentality some dormant bent or intellect that we did not know we possessed which properly Cultivated would work wonders In our moral Imptgvement The symptom augurs well for you brother you should try to develop It RJtPt18LICAK Powers Assassins Heaven alone knows why but a price hIS ever been levied ou human achievementSavagery hRs slowly given way to modern clvlllrntlon but nt what a sacrifice or great and honorable ten man Uvcs the careful student of hlll tory only knows From the noble selfsacrlfice of the Immortal Hannibal to the savage assassination ot the saintly Louis XVI the calender of lives sacrificed to political hatredand greed comprises the most Illustrious names that have adorned the pages tf history We are willing to Incur the censure of the vulgar by declaiming thatsociety at Its best Is but a kind ot refined savagery In which the bra tat instincts of Its members break out periodically Into there excesses that characterizes the civilization ot the middle age- sThedtatb sentence passed upon Caleb Powers whose only crime was his election to the office of Secretary of State of Kentucky Is the latestilI- lustraUon of the crude state of clvllt zatlon The Dreyfus of Kentucky might Powers well be called Us case went not alone to the twelve Ig norant and blinded partisans who were selected as jurors because ot theIr known predilections to hang him but It went before the intelligence of mankind the verdict of which Is well known The assassin of Senator Goebel with blood drip ping from his hands and conscience and doubtless with promises of executive clemencies that time will verity was brought forth from a felons cell to swear away falsely the life of one of the bravest and noblest of Ken tuckys cItizens I do not recall a recent Instance In whIch a man charged with grave crime was supported by popular opln Ion and popular contributions for his defense except the well known Drey fus case and everyone la familiar with the fearful Infamy with which aU nations looked upon Prance be cause of it- Republlcansof Kentuckyaye men of Kentuckyremember that Democ racy will come to the polls this fall with the gnl1tlctis blond of Caleb Powers dripping from their Meet them there SnAMaocKI Call for Convention At a regular meeting of the Repub lican Committee for the Cromwell Magisterial District It was ordered that a delegated convention be hd at Rosine on Monday September J1 1903 at oclock p m for the pur pore of nominating B candidate for Constable to be voted for at the November election 1903 and It was further ordered that the Republicans meet In Willi convention In each of the voting precincts on Sntnrdy the 19th day of September r93 at I oclock p m for the purpose of elect- Ing delegates to atttnd said district convention and each ot said precincts shall be entitled to the following delegate vote in said convention viz- Rocca 9 Horse Branch y Select 5 and CromwellSCE Ronv Chmn E E RoaEas Secy- SMALLHOUS KY Sept SMlss Debbie Taylor and Mrs Alva Calloway whose Illness has been reported are slowly Improv lug Mr S J Hawkins and family Hartford attended the Rhsoclatlon at Lone Star Sunday Mr and Mrs C E Overton and several others attended the association Mr and Mrs Robed Hunter and Miss Maggie Hunter returned Sun day from a visit of several days to Mrs James S Trunnell Utica Ky Misses Ethel Hunter and Katie Hawkins attended the protracted meeting at New Hope Muhlenberg county Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs S T Hunter were the guests of Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo Mrs G W White Is quite sick L D Hunter La hayingchills- Raleod From Tho DoadAr C W Landis Porter for the Oriental Hotel Bhanute Kan says I knew what It was to suffer With neuralgia In deed I did and I ota bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised rom the dead I tried to get some more but before I had deposed or my bottle I was cur ed entlrlly I am tellen de truth too z5c 500 and roo at J H Williams m t OASTOrtABears tluBle Klyd You Hare Al1ajs gllt- Bptlll8 1lJfA Cheap Home Seekers Excursions On September r5th we will sell round trip tickets to points on the I C R R In Mississippi and Loulsl sun at rate of 11200 limited of October 6th for return Also on same date and with dame limits round trip trIp tickets will be sold to points In Louisiana and Texas all the Southern Pacific Ryeast of Hudson Texas att rate of 1500 On October 20th tickets will be sold sold at same rates to same points as above limited to Novenrnber rith for rdurnS D VANMETER- U 1fiiJ I N t5bi r L OHIO COUNTY FAIRHartford Kentucky 1 POUR DAYS September 30 October 1 2 Sc 3 It is the intention of the New Management to make this the most attractive FAIR in Wcsternrj Kentucky If the Company is willing to help Ohio county by liberal Premiums it is your dutYas a good cit izen to lend encouragement by your presence each days No such Band of Music was ever brought to Hartford as the one now engaged It will be worth ii 1 going miles to hear t j All Premiums in FIQrat Hall have been doubled over last year and many new ones added t 1 A number of Special Premiums have been offered by loading Ohio county citizens A list jfisame will appear soon No intoxicating drinks will be allowed pn the ground and the best of order preserved iiThe Track is going to be in the pink of condition i i BALD KNOB KY Editor Republican The Republi cans of this place ar very much chat ed at the nomination of Scott Morrl son for Judge and M L Heavrln for Commonwealths Attorney The Re publicans of this section are anxious to have the people of the district given a chance to show by their votes whether they desire partisanship and corruption In the administration ot law or honeaty ROd Impartiality Perhaps no district In the State has bad a better illustration of Democratic Incompetence and corruption than the 6th Judicial District CrlnUnal prosecutions have become a farce end n mockery In contract with this the Republl can party offers the people o1 the district a lawyer and a gentleman for Judge and a faithful and efficient prosecutor forCommonwealths Attorney No one questions the abIlity or integrity of W Scott Morrison and Demerats and Republicans alike In this community and county kIIow that Hon M JHeavrln made one of the best prosecutors the county ever hadWe believe that the people of tbe district and state lire disgusted with political trials by parhan Juries of the ease with whtcn gamblers whisky peddlers and laplats frees It they are Democrats and of the still more astonishing ease with whlch the accused are sentenced to be hung If they are Re publicansr And while the Circuit Court Is given a much needed change the Re publicans must not forget E GBar rass for Clerk of said Court The Re publicans her arc enthulnitlc for the ticket from Belknllp down A BALDttlf08DHR Tho Gonulno vs Gounterfolts The genine le always better than counterfeit but truth oHbls statement Is never more forcibly realzcd er more thoroughly appreciated that when you compare the genuine De Witts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless sub sUtutea that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shrevepore La says After using numerous other reme dies without benefit one box of De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve cured me II For blind bleeding itching and protruding plies no remedy Is equal t DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne GrUHn m MATANZAS KY Sept 9The late crops In thl part are needing rain very much Misses Eva and Jessie Robertson of Heflin are visiting their aunt Mrs J W Tichenor Miss Mabel Tichenor after spend tag a week with her patents return ed to Providence The entertainment given by Mia L Ura Maddox Saturday evening was highly enjoyed Rev D J K Maddox and wife of Providence are spending a few days In this neighborhood Rev Casebler tilled hisregular appointment at this place Sunday Quite nnmberlrom this place at tended the association at Tone Star Sunday Messrt Alrx Rhoads and Claude Myers of Render were with us Sun day OLATON LY Sept 6A protracted meeting Is In progress here conducted by Bros Brlston and RatcUffe Mrs James lIyrroiof West Point Ky Is visiting her uncle Mr J A Myers of this place Mrs Prfshe of Louisville has returned home Mr Rommey Duff went tp Hartford FridayMr Kern Gfaffiegoing to Ouenr boro Thursday where he has accepted a position M glocery clerk Mr J A Myers went to Pordsvlte Thursday v HORTON KY Sept 9 L T Barnard nutfOI was here Friday Mrs Julia Wedding and daughter Mrs Clarence Keown IlRrltrrd were the guests of Mrs JillJrtl Hoover week Rev J B Boiling of Beater lastI was In town last week School commenced the Stet of I j4 I t i Mt c J Mother II My mother wu troubled wltb eoesumpton for many years At lilt she was given up to Then she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and wuspecdlly cured D P Jolly Avoca N Y No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is the best thing you can take Its too risky to walt wltil you have consump tion If you are coughing teday et a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once- eweekeerllcNctl Allrtyylete t met your doctor Iltblrl take It- t do ear yea not Yake U UD dont lAke IL its know Lea L w1b TERFOwilting 10 XIIo gust with an average enrollment The Ice cream sapper at Hickory church Saturday night was a very en joyable aflair The proceeds f35oo go toward the erection of Ii new church Oscar Gaddle of McHenry visited here last week- Aloazojiawea and family of Ma gan have recently moved Into our midst Born to the wile of Thad Barnard a girl James AwtU was In Beaver Dam Friday Wlllic Daniel Randall Moore and Miss Rosa Maples ure on the sick list Notice to Trustees Election notices have been sent to aU the dlEtrlct In the county It for asp reason they fall to reach the trustees by September 2 they are directed to post written notice of election for Saturday October 3 and to hold the election on that day In compliance with section 72 common school law J M DEWsESE S C S RENDER RY Sept 9W S Vlck Owensboro was here last week George Long Heaver Dam was ThursdayI was hero last week on business D W Gwynn wes la St Charles lone day last week Oscar Brown has returned from In dlaca alter six menthe stay Jas G Kelly left Wednesday for Illinois Will Pair of Hertford toes here Friday Miss Lizzle liocker returned Friday from AevLr where she has been visiting relatives Mr and Mrs S B lilacs visited In Hortonlast Saturday and Sun oy Mr end Mrs John Frauds visited In Leltchfield Saturday Simon Jones was In Centrpl City Sunday Miss Anye Swain has returned to her In Beaver Darn alter visiting her sister Mrs W H Stanley Master Rhea Chapman left Sunday for Herrin Ill I Mrs J R Reed of Herrin Ill at rived Sunday to visit her mother Mrs Gwynn Harry Briggs Louisville was here MondayMiss Lucie James Is visiting friends In Hodgensvllle this week Ernest Massie Ed Senn and T R Todd Louisville were here this week on business Mt and Mrs John F Rocker have returned from Beaver where they were the guests oCrelaUveLJ Roscoe Barnard has gone to Lex- Ington where he will enter school Miss Lottie Medealf Central City Is the guest of Mr and Mra John Medcalf Charles Layton Rockpott was here last Saturday Dr H BInuls and J n Fielden weleJnRockpolt last Thursday Several from here will attend the Sioux lndlen ban game at Central City Saturday Mlss1fary Vernon left Wednesday Unton Intl I Ac Successful Wheat un 1 Ti And Timothy Growing g t 1growingsitatosthe use of Highgmde Commercial ertilizo EverY farmer will agree that ho cant aflurd tO sow wheat without Fertilizer All ngreo that it improves the limothy crop ivery materially Now the only question to bodecided is what brand of goods to buy What brand of Fertilizers have tboon sold successfully to tit fitrmonJ for the longest term of enrs What brand does the most successful Wheat and 11Grossthese questions and if wo meet with successful contradiction will stand aside and Soy nothing It is the Iiorso ShoorBrand of Fertilizers that has been sold to you andamong lyou for twenty years It is the horse Shoo Brand that ttmany of our largest Wheat producers have used year of tel year Why do they stick to these goods so closolyI Because they got full value for their money Why is it that nil Fertilizer ngontB tell you I that their goods are ns good as Horse Shoo goods1 Because they know that Iltirso Shoo Fertilizers are aU right and tlloro js nono bettor Consider thoso facts from n business and wo boliovo will not bo it wBrandfollowing prices 80ct 100e 120 130 160 and 165kper hundred pounds r- nr Superior Wheat Drills r- 1Vo introduced thIs Drill in this territory four years ago and it has become the favorite with nU farmers who have lsoon it operate jn the fiold If you grow wheat you rood 1- I Y Drill that will sow your wheat and fertilizer at the sanlo time Wo have it Their cost in comparison to their sore ice isvery maU Investigate this Drill and you are sure to buy ono I Eo PBARNESoHeave Dam Kentucky I ALEXANDER KY Sept 7 Mr Elda War Is erecting e new dwelling house I Mr Bveret Ellis left Sunday for Bu ford where ha will teach the fall school Mr Melvin Stewart Beaver On visitedrelatives In this neighborhood Jast week Born to the wUeof Mr II A Baird a boy Septeulber 2 Born to the wife of Mr JlfIerson Travis a girl September z Mrs John Hudson of near Hart ford visited her alater in law Mrs Jasper Patton Sunday Miss Willie Simmons Hartford was the guest of Miss Cora Bennett Sunday Mr and Mrs A M Barnett went to Owensboro to visit relatives and to meet their little daughter Norenn who has been visiting In Michigan Miss Maymee Shown apart Sunday with her sister Mrs Willie Chamber lain of Beds Mr Peter Shown and wife visited Mrs Showns niece JIIre Addis Mar tin Hasonville Saturday and Sun day Mr Hudson Lawberg ot I1l1aols Is visiting the family of Mr John Stowers v OA If3 OnXABear thethe f bid You Have Bet it- Blgnature AfYle7 of J1 1 1tJl t1 r l FORDSYILLE KY bliss Mary Wedding Whitesvllle visited frlepda and relatives here last w week 0 Mr and Mrs J N Cole oj Dundee visited Mr and Mrs Murry SUdum Sunday Mr Lon Rogers of Marion visit ed Miss Jessie Reynolds hat week Mlsp Ragland of RlcheUeu- Is the guest ot Mrs John Broderick Dr Rogers of Askins was In town Saturday Misses Bertha end Myrtle Truman were the guests of their cousin Miss Artie Smith Saturday and Sunday and Irs Wallace Grovels and IMr son of Bowling Green are the of Mrs Florence Quinn Miss Cora IIuql1a left Monday for Georgetown to attend college Mlssea Daisy Coppage Minnie Jones and Dora IIulderman were the guests of Miss Lena Smith Sunday j Mr Lon Johnson of Marton Is the 1guest of hia mother Mrs Johnson Miss Flora Tilfotd left Thursday for Lorette where she goes to College ttendj I Mr LlI his come to Mlle to makehis home j 1Miss Bessie Noel of Whlteavllle was the guest of Mrs r S Mason jFriday and Saturday WANTED Good white girl to do iJ1 house work for Qmall family Address lock box 3r Hartford Ky tf n i2 t Vi t SEPTEMBERbSS H SPECIALS a Wo havo boon fortunato enough to pick up three hundred Mens fine Percal and Madras Cloth Shirts tits kind that usually sell for 75c some with and some without collars ev eryone a big bargain Ev eryone the latest styles Our Special Price Is 39c Childrens School Suits We aro well fixed to supply the boys with Suits and Pants Inspect our lino get our prices and wo will do the rest Childs Suits pants coat and vest SUQ to 500 Youths Suits long panta from 250 to 750 Childs School Pnntg to 1- 5years60c to 100 SpecinlI prices in Childrens Childrins School Hilts Shoes Etc Wo cordially invite you to como and inspect tour liuu bifore buying elsewhere Trade at the Bargain Center f S Q t Ve r3crnjI E R Williams Paradise was a very pleasant caller at thin office yea terJiy 1Mlllnery opening Saturday Septem the Economy Dry Goods Store Dr A S Yewell Osteopath Ex amination and Consultation reeRoom 12 Commercial Hotel A T Nail who has been confined to his room on account of stomache trouble for several dayaIs Improving We have just received 50 dozen mens odd pants Can furnish them from soc to jf6 This is the place to get trousers CARSON Co U S District Attorney Thatcher of Louisville was In Hartford the first of this week representing the Governments Interest In an action In the County court Uncle William Foreman brought to this office yesterday a small egg that was found on the Inside ol aI medium sized egg by his daughterln law Mrs L P Forema- nWANrnoeverybody to look at our line of Ladles Tailor Made Skirts ranging in price from 150 to 10 Our 250 Shirt Is exceptionally goodI value ECONOMY STOBK We will receive this week an unlimited quantity of dress goods and trimmings also clothing for men and boys hats and capplrt fact everythlug necessary to supply an up to date store CARSON Co Cicero Maxwell Camp NO5 Sons ol Veterans will hold a special meet jng at the court house in Hartford on SaturdayS ptember t2at two oclock p m All charter members are earn estly requested to be present BAN S ClIANBEHlAIN Cspt For sale a 6o acre farm adjoining Beer Dam for 16oq A fine farm In goqd condition Good buildings all kinds of fruits One ef the nicest farms in Ohio county S A AMDERSOH Real Estate Agent STRAYRD From Hartford about cowIyears j ed nice smooth horns was giving milk Any Information leading to her recovery be rewarded Call lion or address this office or JM Centertown Ky We have just received the largest and bese assortment of MllUery goods every brought to Hartford We have- goods from Indianapolis St Louis t Cincinnati and Louisville markets so you may be sure of getting just what you want at very lowest prices i at the Economy Dry Goods Store Wilt Mltchel colored was arrested at West Point by the town marshal i Tuesday charged willi stealing a i= L i watch at McHenry The marsha bronght him back to Mcllenry aod turned him over to Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keown who brought him to Hartford and lodged him in jail Wednesday Married September at the resl deuce ofJudge R R Wedding In Hartford Miss Ineze Cummins to Mr W J Young both of Spring Lick Graysou county These young people are popular society people whet they live and Tux RKFUOLICAN wishes them a long and happy life Rev J C Pete performed the ceremony In a very solumn and impressive manner I A Social Evening The first social event of the autumn was given by Misses Laura and Lydc Morton at the elegant home of Mr and Mr S A Anderson on Wash ington street Tuesday evening Sep tember 8 1903 Mr and Mrs An derson are noted for their social hose pitality while the young ladies have on many occasions demonstrated the excellent manner In which they can entertain and the Porch Party wasI no exception to the rule The evening was spent In playing Flinch Caroms Muggins and other games Ices and a variety ofI fruits were served All present were delighted with the evenings entertainment and declared It superb ab ovo neqe ad malaIThe Invited guests present were Misses Mary Bennett Maggie MaruI Isabel Cox Martine Bennett Bernice Miller Ida Park Elizabeth Sanderfnr Fannie Cox Mabel Hubbard Florence Morton and Llllle Thomas Messrs Ira Bean E E Birkhead Sam Cox Clarence Field Arch Iewj Is P C Miller and Chas GriffiuI WAISTEDChickens Eggs Sweet and Irish Potatoes at the New Cash Grocery Highest Market price paidcN BEDA KYtSept 9The protracted meetings which is 11 progress at the M E Church Is being conducted by RevISc R D Bennett and J A Den ettIRev J T Rushing Owensboro I who has been assisting In the protracted meeting left Saturday forc New Bethel where be quarterly meetl gISchool opened at this place Monday with a good attendance Walter Parks who has been clerk lag for J B Foster Hartford has re- Turned home to attend school Welter Parks and Miss Ethyl Ben nett visited friends near Maxwell Sat e urday and Sunday i Miss Stella Tanner who Is teach lag school at Sarvls Hill visited her mother Saturday Miss Mettle Pirtle and Mr Tabor of near Hartford visited the family oi V M Stewart last weekcMiss Georgia Carson la visiting her aunt Mrs Nancy Fos terMrs Bcttle liar who has been vis iting her daughter Mrs Rowan Greer has returned to her home In Owenaboro Misses Anna Bennett and Mary Liles went to Hartford Tuesday alterI noon Notice From now until the first day of October 1903 we will receive sealed bids on the lower room of theJJaSea Ic building at Dundee Ohio county Ky For particulars or further in formation apply to J A WSTBHFIBU c mDRE P Moots J I to LIVERMORE KY Sept 9The Livermore Graded School began Monday The attendance was very large Tbe Ice cream supper given on Saturday evening for the benefit oi the t B Church was quite a success Miss Lucy Sullivan of South Car ollton has returned home after a I Visit of several days to relatives at this place- Miss Lottie Lashbrook of Owens Toro Is visiting relatives here Miss VanCleave of Hopklnsvllle who has been visiting Miss MattIe Edmunds for the last fortnight has etnrned home Meade Powell who has been visit- Ing his slater Mrs G A Hlllsman tell Tuesday for his home in St louisHenry Austin a farmer living near town met with quite a pelnlul but not serious accident Saturday while returning home with a load of lam ber He was descending a hill end losing his footing he fell under the wheel the hind wheel striking him on the shoulder and side of head J F Smith went to Owensbpro to purchase goods Tuesday Rev T M Morton filled his ap pointment at Utica last Sunday Mrs FLyverae Is In Cincinnati purchasing her fall stock of millinery The Sir Alfred Hennen is OB the ways at this place for repairs Capt J J Hennen la here sageriateudlog the work Mosaic BmeLol Owensboro have rented the two tobacco factories at this place bejoaglng to S W Rowan for the ensnlng year and we are glad to welcome them or their representa tive again as they have proven to be very popular with the tobacco raising farmers as well as with the people In generalMessrs AlexRowan and Rol Riley ot Hartford were In town Monday Charles Thomasaon Jr returned to Lexington Monday to reenter the State College Dr Orion N Cox retulnedthll I y 1 hi I1 C morning from Diamond Springs where he has been for several weeks recuperating He will resume his medical studies at the Hospital Cot lege of Medicine in Louisville Jau nary the ist Mr Will Morton of Ceralvo win town last week Col Btlknap Responds- In an interview Col Morris Belkua Republican nomineesor Governs reviews Beckbams statement wltb refference to the question of pardons He said MrBeckhamln opening his car palgn has seen fit to go into tbe question of pardons He has made a declaration and a promise and dc mands Ishan do the likewise Heaps clfically promises that hewlit not parI don Jett and White and by Implication promises that he wilt not pardon Powers Howard and Yontsey I shall not under any circumstance enter Into competition with Mr Beck ham in the making of promises He has made such promises before and has broken them Whea he was candidate three years ago under exactly similar circumstances In the most solemn way be promised the State that he woald never pardon any man convicted of murder by e fair juryHe made that promise on the stump and broke it In the office I hope In aomelnstancts at least he was justified In breaking it He ought never to have made It The law and the charity of human nature Intend the prerogative of exeiclsea In case where justice otherwise would fall But Mr Beckham has broken his promise so olten in fact as well aa spirit that there Is nothing left of and now he makes a new one in Its placeFor myself I will make no prom ire aa to how I will decide any case until I have read the record and heard the facts No decent candidate for a Jndgeshlp will promise before he Is elected how he will decide a particular case The granting or refusol of a pardon is fn part a judicial act But I will promise this sad the promise shall be kept If I am elect Governor of Kentucky and any application for pardon Is made to me will give it the fullest consideration matter what the condition race religion or politics of the ap plicant If I believe It to be a proper for pardon and my conscience approves it I will issue the pardon I will not pardon Powers or any one else for a political reason Proud Is I should be to be elected Governor af Ibis Commonwealth I would nthI r loose n to feel that II rod staked the life or liberty of even the meanest of my fellow cltizens oa i game of political ambition That Is all I have to say on the subject said Col Belknap when be red concluded Idont see how I nld say more or less- WIIITESYILLE KY Sept 9It Is very dry and dusty here and we are needing rain very badly Mrs C O Clements and Mrs Floyd of Knottsvllle visited rela here Sunday Mr and MrS D L Jackson and little daughter Mary Lee went to Dwensboro lest week Mr and Mrs Lawrence Stinnett ire visiting in Calhoon this week Misses Martha Klttlnger and Mary H Wedding and Mrs Livia Cecil rr urned last week from their trip to Cincinnati Mrs Francis McCarty of Owens Toro Is visiting friends here Misses Habit and Snyder ol Owens boro were the guests of Miss Florence llmmons Sunday Mr Claude Morton of Owensboro was in town Sunday Mrs Hines and daughter of Owens ioro are the guests of Mr Thomas Ilckeys family Mr Ion Crowe McHenry was the pest of Messrs Frank and Silas Bell Sunday Miss Stella Wedding returned home last week after a visit to friends and relatives In Owensboro Estill Mosley and Nannie Evans and Willie Coleman hand Music Nrel were married In Owensboro last week The entertainment Saturday night vas very successful The public school has begun work yltb Prof C M Crowe assisted by dies Patterson as teachers The Catholic school has also opened up and conducted by the Sisters of Parity A crowd of young folks went to Providence to church Sunday night Miss Mary Weddtfcg has returned from a visit to Fordsvllle Born to Mr and Mrs Hamilton a twelve pound boy- MlaeeallamUton and Ola Howard returned to Betheletu Academy Mon day to enter school Miss Ophelia McBrady returned home Sunday from a visit to Knotts vllle Miss Mary Wedding spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Nave of Phllpot Mr and Mrs Moore ol Deanfield Wets the gnus of Mrs Moores par tats Sunday The party given by Mrs James Williams Saturday night was well at tendedvMiss Clara Early and mother are visiting at Pellvllle this week Mr Jesse Strother begun his school Monday Mrs Sarah Hale returned home Saturday from a visit to Reynolds Station she was accompanied by her granddaughter Miss Settle Owen f r It 3 PERSONAL MENTION II t HH Mlenr Brown McHeniy was in the city Monday L P Bennett Beaver Dam was In town Monday R T Taylor Beaver Dam was lu town Monday Byron Barnes Beaver Dam was lu town Monday- M J Williams Ceralvo was In town Monday Marion Faught McHenry was lu town Monday Howard Panght McHenry was In town Monday W S Gains Pordavllle was In town Saturday- S P McKenney Cromwell was In town Saturday Rev E W Cook of Beda was In town Wednesday Sheriff Cal P Keown WitS In Leltcbfield Tuesday James Galloway Centertown was In the city Monday Tom Black is attending the Eliza bethtowrr fair this week S M James Select called to lei us while In town Monday John Blair Buford called at this office while in town Saturday J M Rogers Cromwell called to see us while in town Monday- W C Smith McHenry called to see us while in town Monday C K Reneer Centertown called to see us while in town Friday- R L Boyd Horse Branch cane to see us while In town Monday Noah Skaggs Dundee called at this office while In town Monday Shelby Ashby Matanzaa called at this office while in town Monday William Anltmlre Render called to see us while in town Saturday- D W Kimmel Ceralvo called at this office while in town Monday David Gwynn Render called at this office while in town Saturday William Hersch Narrrows called at this office while in town Friday W P Coots Sunny dale called al- Ibis office while In town Tuesday S W Tichenor PL Pleasant made us a pleasant call while in town Mon day v V M StewaVt Beda made us a- very pleasant call while in town Mon ray Dr J J Mitchell Beaver Dam war I pleasant caller at this office Wednesday R P Miller of Owensboro Is biting relatives near Hartford this week Rev E D Maddox Ceatertown Called at this office while In town Friday ReV D J K Maddox Rockport made us a pleasant call while in town Monday Morris Reynolds Render made us- a very pleasant call while in town Saturday Will Fair ol the firm of Fair Cola in Louisville this week buying fall goods for his firm Henry Shaver Beaver Dam was a a very pleasant call at tjila office whle In town Monday Marvin Miller who is located In West Central Texasis visiting friends and relatives here this week H G Barrau Republican Candl date for Circuit Court Clerk called to see us while in town Saturday Capt AB Stanley who has been visiting his son Dr A F Stanley here returned to his home at Wysoz Tuesday J B Foster who has been In Louisville for several months as excursion boat inspector has returned home rorI the season Misses Zella Nail and Bell Wocrnei rod Messrs Chester Keown and Lea lie Cooper visited Miss Pora Bell at leasant Ridge F M Joplin and sou Paul and laughter Miss Marelou Crawley A visited relatives In Hartford the first of the week BUFORD KY Sept yB F Graves returned last week from Louisiana after u months stay with relatives Mlse1 Abble Bell returned home Sat inlay after a few days visit here Mr Chester Keown and Miss Zeus Nail Hartford passed through our town Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim Garret Owenes boro are visiting Mrs Garrets par enta Mr and Mrs R R Cnndfff WN Blair returned to Owensborr Monday Oar school began Monday with A E Ellis teacher Dr C E Cottrell spent last Thurs lay night with Mrs Isabel Morgan- at MaxwellMrs Pate and little daugh ter Georgia of Darnells creek spent Sunday with Judge Ben Newton and wife Roy Richardson and Walter Blah attended services at Mt Hermon Sue day night A large crowd from here attended quarterly meeting at New Bethel Sunday Mrs B F Graves and Mrs San Holbrook have been on the sick list Miss Virgie Graves of Louisville will spend the winter here and at tead school Mr and Mrs R L Paris Hartford spent Sunday In our town 4 i J- uooo i t f Sick Headache i Food doesnt digest well i Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your j yers Pllls arc liver pills they sure dyspepsia biliousness 25c All drnaafab Went your mouiUcho or bMta a bwuUful brown or blukT Then we BUCKINGHAMS DYE9ttr WD o P MALL A tKIL- LED AT DEANFIELD Marshal John Guess Kills gene Phillipps After Being Severe ly Wounded Late Tuesday afternoon Eugene PhllHppa went to the blacksmith ahc of Chas Thornton In Deanfield and became Involved in a fight with Thornton The fight came up ove Thornton saying that he was a friend of Guess Phillipps struck Thorntor over the bead with a hammer Thornton swore out a writ for Phil llppa and placed it in the hands of John Guess to beserved Philipps In company with Bill Phillipps and Jaki Newton was overtaken by Guest about one half of a mile out of Dean fieldGuess told Phillipps to consider him sell under arrest whereupon rhllllpps fired both barrels of a doublebarrel ed shotgun at him the charge taking effect In his right leg about two inch es above the knee Guess fell to the ground and drew his revolver He fired five shots at Phllllppsonly one ol which took effect hitting him in the left side and ranging upward Inflict ing a mortal wound from which he died in about forty minutes Guess was taken to the hospital at Ofvncnaborb by a special train from Louisville He is in a dangerous con dition Newton and Hill Phllllppa have both given up but as they took no part In the unfortunate incident they will be released Eugene Phillipps came from a good family and bore a good name aside from the fact that he sometimes drank too much He was under the influence of liquor at the time of his tragic death Big time at Central City Next Saturday Manager May of the Central City Bnsc Ball Clubbelieves In giving the eople good attractions regardless of expenses and for that reason he has secured at a large expencc the Genuine Sioux Indian Base Ball Club of Spokane Washington play against his team next Saturday September sthf 230 prm The Indians are now enroate to California where they close their sea 80n December tot If you wont to man not afrald of Lx Jaw and hear him give some of- his heathen war yells when his fellow i raves are on the bases dont fall toe at the game Arrangements being made to accommodate large crowds 10 be on hand and see a good game vhlch starts at 230 sharp You should call on A C Taylor the Undertaker when in need of any thing in his line He can urnish a burial outfit on short notice at a very moderato price Ab Aolls Luck- A special from Bowling Green says A S Anil a dreggist at Auburn Ky and formerly ot SulphurSprings Ohio county has come Into posses slop of an estate In England valued at 1000000 fFurious Free Fist Fight Sue Paton and Manda Nan two colored women of Haytl met In the street in front of the drug store of Dr Sean Wednesday and engaged Iri the Jscussion of a social matter of miner importance As the discussion In Teased In Interest and the earnest neSt of the disputants grew more en bnsiastlc a crowd gradually assem led partly through curiosity and rattly through an insatiable thirst or enlightenment The debate grew warm and the atmosphere hanged from an effulgent beaming bright to a pale blue tint The discussion grew warmer and the themometera in adjacent build nga ran up to 117 in the hade and a light tincture of sulphur fumes was lisernable in the air When the dispute grew warmest each of the debat ors attempted to carry her point by pulling the wool over thF eyes of icr adversary The spectators could see only a writhing seething mass oi iiuuanlty enveloped In dust occasion ally casting off meteoric showers ot nlscellaneons wearing apparel and prehistoric chunks of profanity At this critical moment Dr Jesse Bean appeared on the setae With his characteristic galantry be Immediate ly threw himself between the bellger enta aud by almost superhuruu efforts succeeded in stopping the fight He then passed around the hat among the spectators and collected thirty cents with which to bay arnica for the wounded As there waft no en- coret the meeting adjourned I RENFROW KY I Sept 9 Clerus Kendoll Is able to be out again Mr W H Dougherty has gone to the mines to work and will move his family soon A Gardner has moved Into the house vacated by Mr Daugh erty Pete Hoaklna has moved to Unto Ind Fl d rr J tWe want to See You i 1 WeHTreatYonRight iWe know you dont like to be pulled and fjf passedt r T turned over to the proprietor simply because v t you do not find exactly what you want and T you dont want some little whippersnapper T i n clerk to insist upon you takingivhat you fT i dont want You have doubtless been o through this ordeal and vowed you would Tr never go into that store again Youre right S You dont have to If you will come to our TiT r storo you will not havo to encounter any ofe t Or 7 this disagreeable experience o CLOTHING s Shouldstand on its merits and a firstclass house always has a largo enough as rsortment for a man to bo suited without hav j +c i something forced upon him which ho for over dislikes Como our wayl If wo cannot possibly suit you wo will treat you kindly if just tho same Ono thing is certain if wo i cannot fit a man with a Suit Trousers or any fthing olso in our lino nobody in Hartford can And furthermore if you do not find that our prices are right dont spend a cent Itt CARSONt eaCO t HARTFORD KENT- UCKYACTAYLOR J f t Undertaker I have just received n full line of Coffins Caskets and Robes my Hearse isof the latest pattorn and strictly uptodate I have procured the services of Mr Wallaco Duncan an experienced Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and dressing a specialty My House is open day and night Calls answered on short notice Ae Ce TAYLOR Hartford Ky If Its BargainsYOU ARE LOOKING FOR j Call atMyStore- s Quickert i rn M II 1 Prices as Follows Mens Black Clay Worsted Suits 260sizes 35 to 42 Nice allwool Suits all colors 425sizcs 35 to 42 Youths black Clay Worsted Suits 260 sizes 14 to lOi Boys allwool Suits f150sizes 6 to 14 Mens blarjfc wool Pants 100 Youths same 100 SHOES HamiltonBrown guaranteed every pair j Mens Fine Sunday Shoes 125 Womens Fine Shoos f125 Big lino of Boys and Girls School Shoestho low prices will astonish you Big line of Hats Trunks Telescopes Satchels and Com panions Best Bleach at 5c Best Factory at 5c Best Cal ico at 5c Everything olso usually kept in a firstclass Dry Goods store as cheap as the cheapest r Sam Bach Hartford Ky 7 l0 c c II 11 it i iIt Har for l Republican FRIDAY S1ilTEMBHR C Min tes Ohio CountJ Teach ers Institute Crtrcd from Itweek PouttbPbyo1og Value otby J A 3nabch He thInks labaratory work phond be bad In order to YO the pupil the en icla d tareotIs- j A Dnflaud Dr GOOIleY bEIng absent tbr 8uject8 wtlre omitted Health of ThacLr lIad Pupil wae- dlscl1ssOO by B W Pattertiot He gave some good advice on the vent latlon ofthe school room Noon After athgng and come remarks by Instructor on the Value of Children attending ScbTool promptly the regular work was taken up- riratCompoattlen and Rhetoric Beginning n H Davis A most Interesting paper on letter writing was red by MIllS Mile Flelden OIlS A P Taylor thinks composition ahonld have a place o the dally program The Instructor and Miss Dora Glb Lou then gave the teachers the bene fit of their way of correcting written work Recess The Instructor then took up Figures of sphSecondWriting Mrs Mary hal loway Introduced the subjtct by glv Ing a talk on how best Taught to Be ginners What System do You Pre ferl was discussed by Everett Smith Beseems to favor the vertical system- S H Turner next gave his views for preferring the tlnnt system J W Oddl being ablent his s1bject Is the T4cncy toward Vertical or Slant VritIng was dIscussed In a genera way Miss Cora Storms gave her method of conducting a class The Instructor then gave us a few points on teaching writing The subject Is the Demand for good PenmanshIp Increasing or Decreasing and WhY WM thoroughl discussed by Charles Mosley Prom observation he cornea to the conduc Ion that It is incrensthg Prof MM Paughender believes that WilY also After Prof 0 M Shultz had given the audleuce an Invitation to a water melon feast the body wan dismissed to meet at 8jo a m Thureday Institute wan caned to order Thursday August 27 I93 St 830 a m by Supt fleWeese Devotional Exercises were conduct ed by Dr Durnelt of Franklin Each pue answered to toll call by giving his favorite quotation The Iuptuetor then extended his congratulations to the graduating class FlrstGeography Otlll Recitation In Geography WItS conducted by Instructor with the Institute acting as a clirasSecondReolutfoms The follow lug committee was nppothtcd on general resoluttonsf Messrs R H Miller M M Paughender M D Maddox J U Wood n W Petter son MlllliCS Dora GIbson and Fannie Render Mr Ozna Shultz then made a motion to have a committee appointed on memorial resolutions The follow- Ing were appointed Messrs Ozun Shultz S E Turner Ww Park Misses X1iry Bennett and Allie Flelden ThirdNature Study A most interesting paper was road by Miss DQraGflson on iEtbet1c side Profe O M Shultz and T J Morton being absent their subjects were olUltttdIValue of Field Excursions how Conducted waS ably discussed by Prof M M Paughender lie would lay aside the old time spelling bee and supply It with field excursions The subject was continued by Moses Coppage and Prof S C Stevens We were next entertained by the Instructor lie thinks obrvutloa to be of more importance than read IUIrFourlhLlterature The subjtW- illi Introduced by V M Mosley Miss Mollie ll Tunlltall being ab OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood 1 All 1100 the blood In your body passe through your kidneys once every three minutes The kidneys are your blood purifiers they fIII tar out the wute or ImpurlllOllln the blood II they arc sick Qr out of order thay fall to do their work Pains acbaaandrhou- matmim come from ex eus of uric acid In the nOllecl1dkidneytj Kidney troutLe causes quick or unlteady thouihIhoyoverworkIng In pmming thick kIdney poisoned blood througim veIns and arteries It used to be consIdered that only urinary kidneysbut beginningmlslakebyKilmersSwampRoot soon realized It stands the lighut for Its wondeffulourc of the moet dtstreaatng catoa and Is sold on its merits by aU druggtts In filly JCnt and onfloodollar sl 4 S You may have aSumple bottle by mail IIUIOM fir IDI Roo free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble jiention this paper when writing Dr Khmer coB1nghamton N Y Don I make any mistaKe tit remember the name SwampRct Dr Kmlmer- aswanipRoot and tlac addrOlll Elnghamlon- N Y on every bottle n f 11111III sent Mrs Julia Weddthgiead an ex- ceUent paper on bet sUbje Sbuud Teachers Itcad FtctioflIft hrpaper she pointed out lcrV1wtJtor favor lug It Noon Alter singing RDd calling of the roll R W Pattersosfurthet dlccuaa Sad UteratunHe 4bt1d have us teach It In a gen rnl wlt1 tkare not bdnS time o Jutroduce it Ill a epa tate udy It was tiara contluned by the Instructor lIe advises us to get the liildren 10t 1nthe good authors bY presenting their picture l ud tllc1l giving thMnbtt of their 5 writings lie altoatatd that hI would not rat mtICb fl iloa- Flthnlatp A pnpr on the Velneof BIQJnphywu road by Wrtee ShowL It wag then ron tinned by W S Which should be taught first History of 1 Nttlon or State was thor oughty dlcnlsffi hy LuJau J Frcncb and Itugenc Kimmel They think It Impossible to teach the history of the state without a knowledge of the his tory of the nation Relatlonol American t9 Gencral- IIlatory was taken up by Prof A P Tslor Ho thinks tMY are very closely eqisnecteti Recess Mr WUsou one of Ohio countyS former teachers gave uo quite an interesting talk Prof C II Bm being present he- was called for hie gave us an enterS taming talk on the Value of Nature Study History was then continued by ozul1Shulz od a Ki vltdge of History Requisite toGood Citllenshlp- He stated his views In a very beautlI ful and fascinating way- A H nllll save us an excellent talk On Hero Woih1p Prof O r Shult belug abeent- his subject Relation of Travel to the Study of Geography sad History was thoroughly discussed by trof I SlIfasDn General discussion on How tq Teach Current History was lw by Instructor He would have us tell the children about the important things thet arc happeeidg every day and not shut them up In the school house and make them think that what Is InI their text beok isall that Is to be learned The programbethg completed the Institute was aJOurned to meet at 830 a Zn PId1y Institute wauilled to orderFrldy- August aS 9D3 at 830 a mby Supt DeWeese DevotionalRxerclses Were conduct cd by Dr Burnet- tFrstReport ofCommlttees The Committee on Memorial Resolutidps reported as followr Whereas It hath pleased Almighty God In hIs wise providence to reo move from among us our coworkers In the field of education In the per sons of Misses Florence Rowan Ploy Murphy and Mr D P Mosl y and transplanted their pure splrUs Into heavenly gardens to weave dlldem of purest ray erene Be It Resolved J That In the death ol MIa Rowan the teachers of Ohio countyhiaVa lost one of their brlrht est and nobleet characters oue 01 their most zealous workers and one ol noble aspirations and strong personal InfluencesResolved a That In the death oh Mr Mosley we sutaln the loasol aL faithful and upright young man of well roUnded character and lasting Iuflnencc Resolved 3 That lu the death of Miss Ploy Mprpby one of our most efficient workers has been called to her reward and in her death a power has gone flom our midst Resolved That we consider lhelr deaths the dispensation of Gods I providence and strive to practice their noble deeds emulate their true char acters and faithfully serve the great Master whom our friends delighted to serve that when our summons shall tome we may jolu them Resolved That we extend our heartfdlt sympathy toUrs relatives ol the deceased RMolveh That these tokens of tIfJ teem be spread upon time minutes of our Institute and they shall be published In each of our county papers 0z1t4 Smzvzv- zMAv DJtmnTT I ArUR Fzwnuu pm- WoPMU S R TURNKu J The committc on Resolutions re potted the following which was adoptedOhio Teachers Institntr- hlartlurdKy Alg38 J03 Whereas The recent extinguish meat of practically all of the States debt renders It uhnecessary to set asjde sets of the SrncRevenue tot Sinking Fund purpote as provIded In present apportionment und Whereas The present school fund Is inadequate to the demnando of the system only five months term being maintained amid at extremely low salaries therefore be It Resolved r That lUll the aenee- of this Institute that the coming Gen eral Assembly houII enact a lawso changing the apportionment tbat at least ct be transferred froni the Sinking Fund to the School Pund 2 That we consider the May ex Iuluatlon s useless anl urge our Dext General Assembly to bollllh the same 3 That we are In Savor of I law granting the County Board 1zau laers the rlrht1o hoW special exam limations under the direction of State Superintendent 4 That we believe nil exawlus- tion questions TO State Dlprom shoald be printed and umade public- S That we are lu favor Jaw ompejilag time FIscal Court clench county to coutrlbnt each year n IlU- fficllnt sum of money to defrn the spetwed of izercisca of Common choo graduates 6 That we favor an amendment to the law whereby the week of the Institute will be given to the teacher In stU cases where the school Is in session before tire Institute Is heM Whereas Is the Act ol the Legis aturs of Kcntncky granting a tax of mills on each hundred dollars worth of property Iii thcStste to tndow the Stitt Cuiivgeof Kentncky mld In the wmirda of the Act to make tIme Normal d rtmetlte1lctlv and Whereas Said Normal depudment meat Is not properly equIpped with effecUe teachers of a sufiloieut number to tech properly and train time number of pupils who have attended In the pait crud who would attend at the resent It suitable Instructions were finished lu that department thereforc b lt Resolved t That wethe teachers of Ohio courty In Institute assembled do hereby petition the Board of Trustees hi the State College and especially our Representative to see that the Normal dertwent gets its due share of the prcpeda of the above- mentioned tax sud thereby give tu the teachers and the pupils of the State what was clearly meant both by the letter and the spirit of the law grauting the State endowment Whereas A Stats Summer School for the training of teacher has beeD- organlled at the State College of Ken tuck and a term orab sks baa teeD finished and WhereaS SaW school cannot be tnade effective without additional means sod recognfzlnz the great need of such a school for teachers therefore be It Resolved I That we the teach rs of Ohio county In Institute assembled do heraby petition the next IegisIature of the State through our Reprlllcntative and Senator to en dow said Summer School with a substantIal annual appropriation in order that the teachers of the State may have suitable facUlties of their own for summer work 2 That we the teachers of Ohio couuty hearUlynpprove of the course that our worthy Superintendent hAS taken lu regurd to Common School graduates and feel that he Is worthy of the highest praise for his noble efforts put forth Inthe work 3 That we appreciate the able and efficient manner lu which Prof Gao V Chapman has conducted the work ofeur Institute 4 That we ere exceedingly grate hat to the cltlzeDe of Hiutord for their koapitable entertainment of the teachers while In their midst S That we gtetiy enjoyed Rev Burnetts lecture to the graduateo and Seal that we received sound Instruction from hhd 6 That we extend our thank to the Bean Orchestra uda1 others who hau coctributed to our cuter tainnient while in attilldlac at the Institute t Sosdmtory The sut4sct was discussed by Instructor Prol T J Morton then addressed the audience ThlrdMI Lon Hoover being Ab sent her subject Proper way of Se curing a School was discussed by W R Carson Professional Courtesies were han dIed by A c Crowder lIe thinks they are Increasing Prof C H JUlia then gave the teachers an interesting talk FourthDistribution of blauko The iollowing Is the officers appoint ed by the Superintendent to hold the Teachers A so6laUon 1mm each Magis trrlal District UaztfordPro1 bI 21 Paughendr President MIss Fannie Render See retaryCromwellH C Crowder prllSl dent Miss Maggie Paxtpn Senretary Sulphur SprlngsJ ADuft iteEi dent iss Lou Hoovtr SQCretar- rPonlavUleCharies Mousy PraI dent MIllS Irene WhlttlnghlllSeere tat yCDufordA 2 Kills rHldenl Miss MIle Flelden Secretar- yCentectownJohn n Wood Pies dent Miss OmB Maddox Secretary RockportM D Maddox PfCI deut Mitia Mattie Robertson Secretary The business all being completed the body ws Vjourned J M DgWusit Ch mn- Bmursi SUOWN Seey ow A Remarkable Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy ha a runiarhable record It has been In use I r over thirty years during hlch time many mllliou bottles have been bold and used it lute long ben tile standard and main reliance In the treatment of croup In thousands of homes yet during all this time no case has ever IflCt reported to the manufacturers In which It flIed to flect n cure When given n coon a the chuldbocomes hoarse or even o- nou as the croupy cough appear It will ptevent the attack It la pleas nut to take many children like It It contains rio oplulU or othfr hum ml substunce and mriay be given as- corilldently to R baby as to an adult For sale by J H WIlliams m- uCASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought lSlbItlturOQf c THf BIG STAT fAIR Will Draw Thousands to Ow ensboro September the 2lstto26ThS 20000 In Cash Premiums and Many of the Countrys nest Amusement Shows Free LOW RAILROAD RATES The biggest tate fair over held South ofthe Oblo river will be opened at Owensboro the hustling little Western Kentucky City on Monday September 2Jst lasting throughout the week Cash premiums amount Iou to over pooo will be distribtt ed for tHe best exhibits of agricultural proInctB mining products ncJ livestock fowli pigeona harCloAn i the hand wor of Ute woman of Ket1- 1cky or of sllIr State ThWe wtl I be the finest free nzusenmlrt ani that the countryaorda tot LIr rrpcs iaiuicg mny ks t iarti never btorc seen In this SIMS Iu fact the Stat lafrtn be at most UD thor3portfe IN gllit upoeltloll end those who win re- duma may kei pteaI of th bOn It bcJu t3i fioanCC41 btntfil derived ICrK 01 TIJE l I= s 5 450 for B1C5ttli zGno for Dairy CaIti 4200 for Horses i 800 for Mules and Jachatock 1200 for Swine X3OO for Sheep IrooBelgian hairs 750 for WomausDepartment 4000 for Other ExhibIts SOMJt OP Tun FRail 41T1tACTIO 9 The FAmous Dr Carve Droncho Johns WILd Veat Show High Diving Bicycle Rider Harnessed Ostrich Racehorse Racing No Bettem Foot Ball for State ChnponshIp Exhibition of 8dicat Utses Champion Cake Wijkr ox the World Kurkamps Pln Military Danli Concerts Date Devil Schrltr tha world reo- npwntd high diver will appear every afternoon In his wonder 1 high bicy clelct thetirflt time ever presented In the state lie rides down II steep Incline 6o feet above ground at the lower end jumps roar bll4 wheel and diva Into n shallow snk p3 feet troth tIme base of the chuTIfone of the most thrilling anti dtnger omm lentsever enacted by tiny person This attraction alone Is wotth the price of ndttllllslon t thl Pair All rail roads entering OwensborcI have granted a rate of 2S cents extra for the round trip The L IL St I will run excur sloan from Loulllvtlle to Oyeusboro and return on Tusclay Thurada3p and Friday leaving Louisv1liet 7 a 1114 and IIrrlvlny at OwcusborbtI t so o m Returning the trnlli eaves Owensbolo at 6 p lit and reachem Louisville at p mu His Lifo Saved by Charn er- lalns Colic Cholora and DlarrhooaRomody rtliB 14 flyer n well known r qf this town saybe bell eveshaW- I berlalns Colic Cholera and DlrTltder Remedy aavcd his life last sttmmqr- lie bad been sick lot a monthtli what time doctors call bilious aysen- tery could I4 nottIng to do liinAny good until lie tried this remedyH gave him Immediate rllItf uyf D- T rittle merchant HancockMd For sale by J II W1IlIams mu Save Jor warships and coaMing raft American shipyards wpuhinOwS 1 be abablutely idle find S H WJmJ CAST RIA For Infants and OhildrenU7 The nd Yoi H ave Always Bout Bears jVkT I for OlBf Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMC CtAU OP N WEW 0 C1W t ir a LiP sa kind of work Is sufficient to keep the shipyards just about pnelourth em ploye What oily Is It therefore to contend that the proper way to create and American merchant fleet- S to buy our ships from the ubsi- dlzed cheap wage yards of Europe Boston Journal A Purgative Pleasure LittleIand liver and rid the system 1pleasure wIthout prodncln unp1eas They do not gripe sick but give tone and to the tissues and organs in volved W H howell oT Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by Z Wayne Grffin Dma m- uRIANSTabnles Doctors find A good prescription For mankind nec canktr Allo-I TIlt bel tMj uOa- tITuchers UQP- Ilr11rr Meet1g- T chera or tie Btrtsrd MaVt8terl- alDlitrktsrn wjul6tcd to meet IU As- sothtionI lit East View 4urday I Otober ICI93I- e I Opening RrerellOloo4 il Carson How to Improve Children Personal Appearance lmper ifyule Moreland Reclt3tlouMayme Shown Would you forbid Ute use of Tobai co on the Play OroundNannle- Mosley First Days TeachlngT W Strat tan RGeaa RecitationMaclie Park- S what Grade should Azlthtnetie- te IntroduredCova Henry Is the first days TeachIng an Inducement to make Teaching a Pro lesslonJobn Hamilton Method of Aoslgnlng LessonsC K Carson Noou- RLCItttlonMatUe Mosley Rohersal of ThantltlJpsleW R Carson How to Secure Respect of Pupils Mile Pigiden- Disdpln In thefkbool RoomA n Ellis Rioe Would a foresight of your first school have checked yru In prsuit of a certlfiaateStellaTccrinerPersonal the School RoornMex Porter Paper Own SelectionNoro Clark Each teacher should use nil means toward uenclngp3trons a1I chll- dreus presenc also speeches DJd recitations from same would add much to the completion of tire program A H llrtls Vs Pres- S flt The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle All It rule a mmmli will feel well 4at1s- fied tI he call hubhl aronn4 on crutches two or three weeks alter aprsiimlimg bhtnklt arid It Is t1u4lly- tvo ur thrccnmonttmabefoxe he has fully JCClJvcrtd This lit mtn nuneceasmiry- luas uf t I nil fllr fri tnn icIIsa In which holluulalnl Ptiti Haiit has bceulrl1ptl QflI lrmiyiipllted a complete cure ls htc 1I IIected in- 1so thsn RwetksLU and In sonic CllletlwlthlIthTtI Fr dl J I W1lltn m- uA Growing Instit tion TheBowlhl Oritr fltOmitlv4w Cul- lege owlllll Gren Krntuky t- inraint Ild lttSIt t3J1U1Ce this year IslarycrthcI ii ham vex benI btlor allli thr csr a ctne I 1 hHI I tC fvedufliciert aomtmrue t 1II 1 rrtotlr tic1i2w IIC The graultiace of tblll ClIfOle rio totthicwlatever in leXPIC r Irmro1I t Vain i iji trill infrirlll4tlofl H111 on reo- SlItst AhiI5 II 11 Cherry Gn- eiil tnlgtr Bicv1iig Green Ken tucky 1 t J ci L oIhlo hv W Z r To Cure a Cold in One Day Tcto Laritive Bromo Quinine TCtS- t Seven Mlnktn hoKes sold In post 13 months This Signature Ltsr Si n UA Q 1DoYouTake QUIDIDtl i kt 10 to I you do If you are a victim of mnJlUln Dont Do It It DnnltorouD- Wljl aJlnltlt will nr Ztjdarl hut It t04V06- tl4uI lItJyII f- tIWRBNE r t I Is puroty vegotablo nsti nisolmitolygmmnranteed to euro U1larl headache blllou8nUl6 and all stomnzmcb kldul anti liver Owlln1ntD TRY IT TODAYSSO Cents n flottlo All DrutfttsG ForSalebyJ HWIlIIams Hartford ICy rrtughes Chill Tonic PAATAUEhi- tiw tti ttlome W Qanint Cn1at arsino THE OLD PuLIAnLES vpr till 0 L I no I LOOKI A STITCH IN TIME 1aTd Uogbei Toni tatNl- eamant t4olli0 tlprtnK VrTert Dmmgu NiiI M1i35r14i tire tct on tUltrt9 si pl- bJIo EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC I fs well ItS It Sure Cure for Chills and Fevers Malarial Fever8Swamp1cveI8 and nmousFevtrfl Just thllt you need at this Season rUEK flU rtllltt laxativo Nervous Sedative Splondld Tonic CtJARANTEl- Try it O6n1 take any Sutstituete All Drugists SOc 1 Bottles n UCCRSSWORTII KNOWIN- Forr its lu thflt1rhproe- Iugba Too e grit rnwiy lvr rlill 155 llA1artal iver e nine Chili arl1 and Fall Cln F pnEPhRRD BY ROBINSONPETTIT COMPANY U flihTKt- LOUISVILLE KY 1 Wi I I leesJ1Machme Works OWENSBORO KY j We ttre ngente fOT thtt CHANDLERTAYLOR- I COSeIcout1thhed and Automatic Engines and llui1cl5 Also the nroVl1 ionralo Eugil16W 91 Headquarters fori1I kiudof mill suppJiO WI make n specialty Qf HAMMERIN SVWS We I Bj1ry in stock Bu1titg Hosoynckil1g of nil kinds S6 Shafting Haiger anti Pulloys Pipes ittid Fittings 01 all 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II time lending Commercial School In Kentucky 2 Its cb ICS Qf ltuctl are thorough and systemaUc 3 slventomonth innedIateiy upon graduation 4 We pay students ral1rl d fare to houiaville- 5 We refund upon cent ot tuition paid to us If the pupliisnot thoroughly satisfiedS r DWrUotor Elegant Catalogue and Spoolal flhaoountp +++ +4 +co++++44SH +4 +1m It44 + itIiI 1 + II 3J4i4tjm VVORMSJ 51- ASONS JXFor 20 Years llaL d U Worm 1emdIsB- QXi willBY AtaXI XJaCGGXSTEI1I- ep3rOd by fAMEa F BAL1ARD ItJ Ls- For Sale by J WillllamsHartford Ky S r 4It 4t l It lit n r 1nr9 tI Cures Clfp IIWo Eay O1 oVory J box 25cx1 31 2f QS1Ivrzir1 11 tIUllllifT C n nuir- miBAIETT Slt1ITtJ ATTORNEYS AT LAvU- MIrFolD KYi- IL1 rmtktbrprfIou ID KILt 011r1 of- Apimia4wcIft1IlMIr CMP Uoihscttua 111 IL0 IMlrtll uS Orim- ivIal anti ILt061 rtt 1e lpenLIIk once In RtCLSLIC4mI lIIIIA JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW IlARTFOnD KY 14iciIftttenUoa gtya tu ritleeUonnakisgf- ttjItrIet tc wo Ntatr LutIleIor Ohio rOQa- IT 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