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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zIm THE IIART1DRD REPUBLICAN trt fI Work I orFICln olUK or TlEP4IU IIJIB rouu CONBBESSION601ST61CL Subscription I a yearI YOLo XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1903 No9 TILE FARMER FAILSI- n health Jut as doe the dtymnn and ht fall commonly from the same cause tt stomach trouble The farm is a fannera1Uola odieeaaedend its allied organs ordlge and m tri lion are dl eased the food Imperfectly and tedeand the ooase sou of r nutrition results to phyalcal d Dr PierceG- olden Medical Discovery CUK ystomachtdigeatJonnutrition and rerleand MIImllation Sbuildsbody with BOund flesh and solid muscle GoldenMedial ddhaftwrlln Mr W T TItomt Of ndI Co Mottt1I Wont fall 1011i how Uwlkllal Iuq for the lief ae I had uI- agedd mecb and It eeemrd that the dodou- medo no good I down to wtllt to- Msrteated e wth pnuod ao4 w- nolsWea wort at aU Now wrlgh oeart 1 one hlladr and rilnd caa do a diy work Oft till knit rheveetm ended mfdl IOOdwordThe IIOle motlve for subtitutlon to to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of leas meritori- OUI redldaea lie gains lox therefore accept no subtitute for GuLleD Medical Discovery I Weak HeartsAro duo to lndlgesaon Nlnolyllfno of every eM hundred people Whohavo hurt trouble IndlfOlJotlonheart disease not organlc see not only Usouble to but see tho direct rUllltof ladi- geetlon All food taken Into the stomach wide falls of perfect digestion fcrments and sgsinsttheheartto Nait and In the colIlSOof lime that deUcate but vital organ becomes dlseued Maoichbooblawtlll IIJ t toot KodoI DT apcpsla Cur fa taut lour arceds u4 It tared m KodOl Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervosa y attain and the heart of all preseuro- 8dtlsooly SI00 Su Dolding 2K timer the tr1I- JIIu wldch uU for COa- P dby Eo O DWITT A Co OHIOAOo MEATMALIT INf Idle TONIC AND eeeNaTotJCTjY- jTheres the and Strea th la Every Drop A adtatlfe combination of the scnllalO- t1Stltumla of PRIME BEEF IePURE OLD MALT IauiniUeK Jallaari00If MAT JALT CO Lolllnllle Kr mbted Meal an Mall wnhlitInQepetiallrd It IDKASTENIIIN M D LouInWa Colkcollhannacy MCAT R MALT DO Loulavllle1Cs1 IASIr Ftdmpt loso- Yanaoof lnntenrT t ef IHIt- uJOII cap rnatcrraae- e Lots asses BYfaa Will IOff II BTlfOO FvreMe hi tlLOA a r Oae9Yakd wlr dlt Mi ft4iila IIa k1kiiLhlaItt00i tqsaetoauav3TIOtlle 0JfM 1J 9 flEDjRffs IBLACKDRAIJGHTII THE ORIGINAL MEDICINJatt IL 11 A eallow complexion dirtiness blllousneas and a tongue pro common indications of liVer andkidneydisaaes Stomachand r bowel severo IlS they are pire Immedleto by rain c but liver and kidney thoughlesspainfulatthoetartare much to curo lackDRu1thtnevet fails tbene tlfit diseased liver wMkenM kid U etra the torpid laver to throw off the of fever and If 9 e It Is a certain preventive of cholera and Bright a kidneY With kidneys re nfoltOO by Thedforde IJl3Ck DrtiJbUh llnda OfperllOll8 have a p Lathe midstdwelt immune yellow fever Many families live in health and havo no other Blackfuse in an emergency and eaves many expensive of a doctor Mullitu S c Mardt 101901 I have wed Thedfords Blackb sught lorthreeyearasndihavenuthadloaoIt It Is the bet medicine for me that IJ on the market for live and kidney troubles and dyspepsla and complaints Rev O LEWIS Ur1f U t1 ry Most IIENIOUS CRIME Fstill Darrell theLFath er of H is Neices Unborn Child state Offers Reword For Dar reUs Apprehension plots against Thorns ferry p Revolting Facts For Which Her Life Was Threatened Are Disclosed By Darrens Victim II Ettill Darrell la Arrested he will bl brought back to Oweusboro and placedon trial at theDecember term of the Davlesa dcnlt court for bill life Each chapter la the recenttrbornll berry tragedy reeks with rme the heinousness of which ha never before been equalled In the county of i5avleaa Little mtlThornesberry the moth er of an unknown bale with the hell- Ishness nf the past eight montbRua obliterated from her young mind tells a story horrible In its every de tall which not only excites the klns men of the lateThornsberry to revolt but even the brother of TtillDarrell who Is alo the ruination of a child demands that the strongest punish ment be Inflicted on him Gov Beckbam has been made acquainted with the farta In the case and County Attorney Clemente rewind eletteronTuesdayaaylng that tbeAtatehaa offued a reword of 250 for the arrest and conviction of Bstfll- Darrell In addition to Uda the brothers of the late Toni Thorllsberry who committed suicide Saturday air ternoon to end his domuUctroubletl have offered a reward of zoo A de- acriplion oHhl fugitiveIsbeltig sent broadcast over the country end every officer In city and rural terrltbry Is being notified ltUNOUS CRIUK Ed narreU sheltered his brother nanu Durell under hip own root and with his family at Knottevllle It wee there that Lillie Dartcll afterwards Mrll Thorueberry came In contact with the uncle who was to wreck her young life Until this uncle left the county she was afraid to tell of his beastly crime She told her father that last winter while returning from a party with her uncle natlu Darrell- as they were driving along the road In a buggy he ravished herThis human brute then informed the girl that he would murder her it she ever revealed what had taken place For several months She toM her lather she lived In mattel dread of the man- in consequence and was afraid not to submit to his desire When EetiliDarrell saw the delicate eohditlonwt his nelce he conceived the plan of baying Thorueberry steel her from her home and taring her to the house heretofore mentioned onDa vies street Her father would find her with Thorueberry and he would be forced to marry her The young girls story excited even the brother almost to frenzy He mAde noo secret of what Isdaughtef had told him County Attorney Clements wasglv en the ladle In the case His request for a reward was quickly granted The penalty for Darrells crime Is for ten to twenty years In the penitentiary ordeathat the discretion of the jury Mr Clements Jn the event Darrell Is arrested will exert every effort In his official powers to get the latter penal tyOwensboro Messenger Great Educational Outlook The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College of Bowling Green Ky are busily engaged tll maklllg enlargements for the largest fall enrollment of students tbe Institutions have bad since their organization If you cgntewplate ens- tering school it will pay you to write now for catalogue and Journal Address II II Cherry Bowling Green Ky MustPrbdUce tbeColn i Georgetown Ky Sept 12 Caleb Powera has received notice from lunge theItrial record until the transcript has been paid for Mr Powers fp gQlng to b his own speechto the jury lu pamphlet form at once and put It ou salts In order to get the means to pay the stenographers bill It Is his purpose to have them on sale In all the clUes of the state There has been a large demand for the full report I as showing Powers own story of this celebrated case The speech I will make pampblet ol about 2000C- 9r 25000 words WSChool Write orfullhtormaUon concern log our Law School + Address HH Cherry Bowling Green Ky INDICTED fOR PREJURYI Three Alibi Witnesses In JeUWhite Case Evident Fore warning Jim Back One of the Accused LeavesCaught Near Wlncbester B SbereffMcCordArrestsHlm on Changing Cars for PeculiarC Directionbl dlCynthlallBeel oclock this morning the Harrison of county grand Jury returned Indlct meats against Jim Back George Bowling end A C Addams for false wearing In the JettWhlte trial here last month Bench wtrenta were sent out at r30 this morning for the accused butword had doubUes ruefi- ed Jackson yesterday of the probable acllonol the grand jury The men of were seemingly warned for Back and his six yearold daughter le1tJlickllOn on the first train tills morning Sheriff MCCOrdof Vfnchesterwee notified by wire that Back had left o Jacksonexpectingto go to Virginia McCord went to the L and E Jane- tloa nears Winchester nl arrested Back as he wai preparingto transfer to III eastbound Chespcake train Back toldsheriffMcCerd hew go fag to Paris Kytoy visit his slater tilat theco6dnctor had told hiss to change cars there There was ao peeible way to go to Paris except by the way of Winchester on the vety tralnekhad leltthe con e- ductor aaldhehadao conversation with Back about the change ShertfMcCorl1broueilt back here this aRergoon Back waslocked up R ant wakept within jail premises for several hours ttoeylJlantGf1If cured an order ram Judge Osborne- alloiredbaCk to sleep at hotel tinder guard of adeputy Your corrpo dent hId A long Interview with kIl8 tonight end he discussed the Breath Itt county troubles freely Said he had started today to visit her sister et a Chesapeake and Ohio station which he had forgotton SaId he would prove his innocence Judge Harglll telegraphed tonight that he would furnish bond tomorrow ss For a bilious attack take Chamber lalna Stomach and Liver Tabletsand a quick cure Is certain For sale by JR Wllllamll m will Carry Hancock Judge W ScottMorrfaon of Owens boro nominee tor CInBIt judge JD- tblll district was In town a few bonne Monday Judge Morrison IIi well IIId favorably known alt oye the district and la confident of success He vlttItualty opened his campalga WhileD here and will work earnestly the polls close In November Judge tbyPlain dealer The Plensure of Eatlllg Persona suffering for indigestion dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Cure digests eat and rrlakthe Jltomash aweeL hlll remedy Is a never lalllng cure tor Indigestion and Dyapepsla and all complalntsaftect or membrapes of the- atomsehgor digestive trnct When you take Kodol Cure everything you oat tastesgood and every bit the nutziwent that your food contains la assemilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues o Sold by 2 Wayne Grlffin Gov Beckham says his has been business administration which le en dorsed byCaplalnCalboUIiwhokaowa business admlllistratloo when here e one All the soldier bops who ha to give up IS per cent of their pa are satisfied ittaa business adminia- tration CQnstipation M4aWsynptotns a Results of indigestion Nulsgfi nas14 by till suf 3el GERMAN liVER POWDER retasafitera ttot Musa butodtboassedaI H EJBilhck1t a mcfIloII to JUIfv- rw IM COIIPdollJ5ifltio=tetI 1 fqrS well 00 Ill ilaid eno poolI IIIII it sdtolCCTNBAMBRICANtfARMACAL co- i lerlalaYMeraO PARDONS ISSED I One Bunch of Five Democrats In Carter County Over looked aRuffiansWoman and are PardonedeC Before TrialCt Glasgow Ky Sept nGovernor P4doeso county where the records N jj the Circuit C1eIka otfitt here above a juictedby the Governor off toe 28th day for May 5901 and that before any of febaa tended to fulfill hb promse not to pardon aspene who had been convict WjbepIletterThe ieeee Aerei selertedItolis asp follower atlmeeariyla the year r9nt end about the lionof mld tllhomepo mlneboH for he Rastern tKeutackp- Raingay eompanyiaIl4 ilvcd In the or ant townoJ Wlliardr elrven tulles south be here and In tblcaUq forcibly beCromthem at 11HrDuncanmarauder she was dot faI1IdglYe1lThe little making town of WlUardcu and the enrrdandingcoelmunitywere thorougkty arroaaed aO lunch eo- WettintFAdttaft leisettding ahurrledaE call lortiu cQumty 0tBccrst e also mployed awatlormeqofthla place by popular subscription to ae+fit In the prosecution ot the cases Warrants jury etspigtwere at cttHlted aud Wr Kitchen Ad I1ardrEoKltche Tracy Kitchen ead Ortgtr Johssoa were arrested Id held gvetto the Circuit Curt these being the only eHeoftheinobthat Irastnd Mrs DnneaH retied poeiNvdyrexogniz- eAftbe March term 59nt of the Carter be Clrcllt Court the persons abve1 teemed were aU indicted I for confe3er sting sad bandlag themselves to gather which is a felony None of them ever la any way de wall nied or attempted to denytbatbe- was guilty and but for the prompt action of the GQvelllor thesebve and many more could eullyud justly been convicted The oBlyestenuet on ins circumstance evertlalmed by the defendants was that MI1J DcaB had nsedunbecomlag taUcabHt a young woman relative of some of the ae cused to W R Kitchen Is the fatherIalaw and Eno KltcbentTraFyKltaben and Ad Hardy arehll brotherI lawe oC ldianIeHrrr IVh fQraoe th JecHfzc4leaer o the machine In thlflcouty hsvingtoraomeJamct betapbaitman ethaDemocratlcCampslgafC mit end also having been a elecUon- commillflioner of tbls coapty eveg slnttttheGtxtel sew went taro effect Johnson iaa relative of Mol M Red Wine Prosecdtlng attorney for ew district trile perdoH which IB noon ie hares deal notoglve ally easen why It was granted It should be said further that Mr Ducaa had lived in thlscoamty fo rchad qbyployed eE the tlmeUse uaault corral Andaltbaughbypproceed on ins unwarrantedfa law amd aHhear dAotdinerlly the delendeuts at empt edto beeHllrcb the cherecter of Mrs granejury sari have her lndlctedt still the utterly failed to convlatttbegtpud Jury dHcc ssal1antll were gniltywithdH ezecutivyerats and hvlDglhe lafinepce of the men who tun pdmarlee and tin el- tione ec 21 years A Dyspeptla- RB Foster 358 S zd JSt Salt bayebeebothered n lion for car years tried manly doctors 011Ierblnslow tapering oft on the second have recommended It to my Ireesd a j Itll caring them too 5ocatJ H Williams m aissllstIliNTrite 11Nllei ttle pills Not Action A little girl was beard talking to her rabbit Five times five she said Six timesdz seven times seven Be- tweell times abe shook the rabbit violently llocothyfealdber mother uwh are potidolsg to rabbhf Welt papa gays replied i child ghatrabblta multiply rapids and Bunny wont do ItPhlladp- hia Inquirer w KING INDICTED vltntses Testify that lie Dls- i cussed Case Thoroughly Before TrIal i Fyntblana Ky Scpt ITheof the stage In the lRrrbon Court to day haeteenoaupl byJasper King the now widely ells 88cd Jural who cored a lire sen Iona lot Curtis Jett here leaf month wpen eleven Jurors favored the death J dayiea tlie court was In the midst a dlscaselon of the contempt pro axidingiegtiinethtm wbeuthe grand ry interrupted to report Indictments among them beIng ont sgaidet him false swearing At the afternoon session the de In the cOntempt proceedings a Banana of the case Conn tylttomcy Webster spoke for t1h- ComdamwralW sand geld that there wa8ottkesllghtcttdealre on the of the proeecutlon to unduly the ttiaiet this time II there was good reasoos tor a lWntlntl area He declared the he wanted the deeudaat to have an absolute Jmpsr and said If the remotest of of public sentlment resentment agalnet the detnd eo that Bush a trial might not had he would agree to the postponement All no criminal cases are to atthrjlovealber cOUtt Judge eontlnne the contempt rose the February term The indictment against King for i awtadag has been wldeley rile day The indictment ip nor malicious pad knowingly wearl gfalseli will while being ez as to hie qualifications as a jnror ONR OP TJIR DRTJtCTIVns The testimony before the grand was wdUe down IS each wltntss testified sad this testimony became apart nCthepublic records when It ac companied the Indictment whlchwas banded to the Clerk la open court The moat sea88t1onal testimony thus brought out le that of J E Dickey which mayor may not have aring on tile perjury case The meragrandnm of Mr Dickeys tests moray contains the statement In sub stares that Mr Dlekey says that dating the time the JeUWhlte jury 1 betas made up I was In a closet behind John Dickey saloon when three mew came out about three or four feet from me One of them remarked We have one of our men the jury Another said I think not The first man said Yee I saw him only this morlllng pad called the name of King I Dickey understood one of theJpalties refer to King uolle of our detec tlvII Nothing has been learned ae to the Identity of the three yards and they cannot be connected with sing DISCUSSION DHrORS Till AL The Comsnoawealth had one or more witwaeaes before the grand jury who sale they remembered Istlnctly that King paid on oath that he had not ezpttesed au opinion TwO wt neasel sap King discussed the case tboroughly with them and said In efted They had better not get me on that jury or I will hang Jett sure Mayor J T Loll related that King told him on tbe night later ea a Juror that be had n goodezcn for not serving and he servlagocthe jury thenext day juror testified to hearing Kings denhter say to bear tbat she had some mosey for him Mlle King de juryYarrest bnt avethe Ssoo oudbl sureties eog bT L Terry J1 Mormall J WeRenakero iC TODXiJe- antM liIhd YN Aire uses 8eIItN fikut+ r or IIiaofs paperqcomplain =that the gad around habit le becoming so- I l1ronlc among some women that pretty sooltt e baby will have to be bontla the night In order to find Its mother rat home II Kentackythe babyfiedadtarotber always at home aHdolten keepethefather there whoa he would Ukcto exchange views on I4 toNvjth the village statesmsna It Wilt Surprise youtry It It la the above air other s orcatarhiadlaworth Its weight I gold Rlys Cream Balm does all that II claimed for ltB W Sperry Hartford Conn My sore was r mlctcd with catarrh lie used Elys Cream Balm and that e disaKreeableeatarrh all Mt himJ- t PID1 ttad Arcola II- Ihr e Balm doe pot Irritate or canse ylneezlmg Sold bgdrnggiste at5ncte- ei or mailed by Ely Brothers S6 War nnBh New York haI stood s ti iDoes this of q Spa ncwsa every fIIGrOft Twilight on the Farm The dew came down and shadows gather tn the field and lane Low Inthe west a band of black gives promises unto rain It Is the twlllgtit hour and glvenroer to calm and rest It brings to homes benediction and la blest rThe boys come In and bathe theft faces at the coollllg well Afar and taint then near and sweet tinkles the load cows bell It Is the hour and stars are starting from the deep High heavens heralds sent to watch that men may The father comes a man of many yearsoC toll and care Who smiles to see the candle in the aelf same window there I It Is the and with the farm work amplydone He feels a poor mans joy to think the food Is won Then an dt down to eat the evenln meals and far away A wagon rumbles out the neighbor s name who loves delay It Is the twlllgbt hour and free Crom days unending quest Rbrlogs to home a benediction and Is bleet C W Stevenson In Chicago Inter Ocean s A Rocord Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been la I use for over thirty score during- which time many million bottles sold and used It has Ion hen the standard and main reliance the of croup In of homes yet during all this time 110 cast bas ever been to the manufacturers In which It failed to elect a cure When given all soon ns the child becomes boaea or even a soon as the appears It will prevent the attack It II pleas i ant to toke many children like I- tn contains no opium or other harm s confidently to R bahy RA toannr1nlt For hale by J H Williams m Why Tell th Truth Senator Blackburn aught toper suade Gov Deckl1fW tote1 the rut Ull calhounlng pf too Stale out nl yz blackmsll onlheCivI11V I claim until Blackburn called hia a r tendon to It pled IUvlew the employment of Thparpson to collect IL Ivlwiashil elalpr ate plea to blackmallthe Spate Trees Hry was leldf with the cab the chief blackmailer Then wagworked in- oR an agreement to eoilect all toe claim underUle lmltaU a madrby low se toCQ8t wkick- COet meat not el0eld f3IoeeoiI any Balm A contract was IHtade with CIboau om this bneeeI wltk a- provisloa that It was Hot to be k bar to getting more If would paps a saw tJ Itbat They got tlteJaw duly to havCJthe if9aae ret coatrack already made Thatla bow th Stste was blackmatl ed out ofabout tiooo Now Gov Beckhaz says that the llmltationof f3OOO applied to each ckf that the ClvU War claim was made up of many 1313000 one lareach dead The bunco btialnes depends Ion technicalities It la a pity the Governor does trot try the simple art of tetling the trutb It doesnt hurt honest men e Dovourod by Worms Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although led abundently The entire trouble arises from food is pot aastln IUAted but d vo red by worms A few days i1oe ofWJtite Cream Vcr mlfuge will core crying and the cbild will begin to thrlvea once very Globe oi tile Future An American ball goae aroulld die world in fittyfive dage and If he tit d- e pot missed stloat atYokOham wows have done It In fortyelght days Cash Capital II000a- toekhotdr Addtl libility SSOOOO epoaIta eeodved ratl d to thick OoA- enowta to dpott ueltMk ru6 J11todos br maIL Iata+N pooI4 en one dpootIa t tilt U monsW I1 u 1 P pet raweotIoutto4IoIolJ- aaotwtlbf4rrrWrWra tu T J U4I1USON pee UG Praise Peru na as a Cure and of Catarrhal Disorders Mies 811zabgth Ulor No Q Bassett- etrept AtbapyNY wrltosi I have always dreaded the fall andwlhler Because of my when catarrhal trpuble 1Veq1do q dckly derdop lfJffJ aptJre WlflcItswould take o drive awAY Iam lace l have taken Peruaa llenot have airytea sos to albla pny gore Lat fallw4e Yffered with my old io lPtrv a and la sIndays since that fUmeI lIoJ have been at all uWet Ot cold wea erI tdea dose tit twe ofper- wna iH wHTlJlat of IgIadlyiadonkjaMn4Wmc JeeT Saranao Lake N npfAdmlralDeweyIs Peruna la the most valuable of anYnmed that I have ever used for PJfl6b1Cehla ftf I cheerfully rec OBIIIHIHIIa a certain cure if used WaDewey1ft heat Qerbtng a popular JoIBtladwrttell a tang drive Is lbe country and being too tlJrwIY cladI a bAJdeldwhkh not seem ti + a udeal of and trylAMltspent t b r a firm IrllI ln meJand1notonly advise Itsnsd friesda hYR have JwFal f several befle tqZve to tbOle tile IfIlla ns b buy end breve noticed wltlHHlt IlWt chief has 6een Irkrdtlai R Cashing To neglect asold l to chronic catarrh won u oHlllaconra the nrM ayadptpmaot oaaektag cold be i hostel atonceJcgin the afsol Perun bottle and ywith out avtngany fd s feet- elja14h1 ct ta oIrtip elaaost sure to ena1a U d second of 3e fussy UTeric takJl1 every UmeOI1e chronic e an an- known seue If do ntia- M at once Ar H maBt giving a l1i11htatetn l 9Urcaa cad he wW bepl8M to live you his valaallle- ad i lce gratis Address Dr Hartman PreId rat of TheUuean altertom Columbus Ohio Groves TCistelessCbiDTODicIthe test2S yea Verase wM OVWo HrPiWw- bttks recOrd merit MlW t No CInJNo ywkJa Iir Cicaw rawuvriWhen twilight sleepc twlIIghthours Remarkablo treatment thousand reported ctoupycodgh aaDoesnJDeckbam about Becahamnohin4knewniihI- elniw 8lseltbsrn Pbil 93ckksmlmme4 fatelybad- somebodyelse Governor Capt4Calhaaa ofcoJlectloPllj conpensatlop fbe- Legiplature Wykc- onnlving JeglttaUrerat separate1yd ofgTbedelensetsraortbyothc lnenitlonlhelr thenTrotthtg DIYIESS COUIITY- BIIIKIrTRUSYCOa KYeOranepFadfoeCrlonanliGat00G- h ertorhorfrprlod HEALTHY WOMEN Preventative extrme- Ilabllltyledatchnld tkankMteaayMat waseempJetelycuredand poaedtoMerdamp aoetetyottosasaotgrgAi settled- ortayJYRgy aadwdhcIcquld reiviIerLua ftiesAWwjerer1t thecoldUsuretopaaiaw ee- tarrhwhfchiasuaMn rlaerableIfPeruseusA wouldbopractlsaUy notdarivepreaaptad teryfaaelNtromithrareeLPerusa- write der BehrlllK Straits Is completed the globe can probably b circled In thirtydays Then thCats wilt e tall of people breaking records It will be a new amusementtfOrtlte rich without the annoyance FnbHtittC8ver people on feet whieh Is a tNet drawback to aatemobitisgjTpeeewilt be enthu Masts Who wlllIsjr wpgesa on how manytimes theyeaa ptaroaad In a year deMflaAfeaealpmirpctlona will will be arraegn4IspsplalJraius wr tared And Apec alvMegwers engaged The p1y 2n4rn1 gra wltpapers hill have Jtgrealer z slnceit will an- aoascegteatiutfrgatipP9lworld races NpthI pupcror J form of spat- panbe imaglt1e4uatt1 we can pit two mete agIiJ nateach other I OwesHlstLIfetoa Neigh bgrsKlpdness 7- drD4rDeughFityawell known lercera Summer ti counties W Va iefeet + UkeJy owes hie life to tile kindness of a neighbor Hewan eimebthbpelesely afflicted 9Hfw attended by two physicians who gave him little If any when a neighbor learning ofbls seriousaonfUIPA brought him a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera Remedy which cured him In less tbantw ntyloI r hours m- D da TOnTABean o lts tied Yili Has haul Bttgl- tRgaetu T It rOCURBACOLDJNONBDAY Tate Iozaava Strum Qlnlne Tablet All dregglate retead M IIIPDQ N ltor to cure Ii- wOroveesignatureIspaeac bozo2k C m J rland TE LEPH ONE AND Tolograph CO tocorporated Theres nothing the matter with z bus neea Tihaveithe Camber landTelephoneln ipyyreefdenceend badnessLaaincreased er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yoursfor good service and ltentietuanJf competition CP NOW 1M Mau1rJ For Sale A Scholarship In Bryant and Sttat etoq Business College Apply to this office 8 I t PJleI a CyrIKaiGl0y you Nt Ip A Hartford Republican IAued by the Hartford Vnb11 Comp aDr ixeonroBAVED C Eo fjUITIIMHEdlior TES rPI0I7JiO C=berlonOHH31noh uvrMH2FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOB OoTlMon nOltltIN D UELHNAP FOR tiirrcKixr Gortniton J B WILI10YT FOB TUUICIKR JOHN A BLACK You ACDITOO HEOBOE WWELSH FOR ATTORtr OixiiuL W llEtKKEB FOB Bianrriuior STATE j c SPEIGHT FOR STATE SrrT1UNTENDENT LIVINGSTONE VARTNEY FOR Coiiumioil or AOBICCLTCBE OEOBGE MAKER You CUBa or OOCBT or ArrciUi JHNEWMANHA- ILBOIO COMHWHOSM Third 11trlc- tADAIITNILER FOB CIRCUIT Jcrai W SCOTT MOJIBISON FOR COYYONWLLTDe ATTORNEY St L IIEAVniN FOB STATE BIIUTOH ALVIN SBENNETT Von RarBElEIfT1nEI DR A D 1ABK FOR CIBCUIT COCBT CLIBK E 0 BABRANS HANO Powers irBeckhams slogan in this campaignIREPUBLICAN prosperity and BeI publican victories go hand in hand and our people willbe slow to make a change TOE town trustees have ordained that the hog must go His exit from the streets is set for October 1st by ordinance This is a step in the right direction and in aid of better health better streets and cleanliness SOME 22calibre Democratic spell binders and editors have unearthed a mares next in the fact that W B Belknap Co accidentally con signed some fire arms to a Texas customer as wagons many years ago Col Belknap was a volunteer soldier in Cuba at the time aud his assail ants know of course that he was not responsible for the mistake The incident shows how desperate the gang is growing But where was Cripps when Calhoun consigned 872000 of the soldiers money to his pockets ONE man killed and three or four others badly wounded in Ohio coun ty last Saturday night is the strongest possible argument against the lax administration of the law A great many Democrats admit that their party is unfit to meet the necessities of our National life but are Demo crats in State and county elections The same incompetency and criminal recklessness that caused National disaster in 1896 causes situations like those in Breathitt and Ohio counties That which is bad for the whole country is bad for a part TUE writer docs not believe that death is sent upon those we love in order to reform us The justiceof human law and the mercy of Divine law alike oppose itj but that good things spring from sickness and sor row is demonstrated each day In the pursuit of wealth or fame or pow er we grow like Cain to feel that we arenotour brothers keeper and the envy greed and malice of our weak human nature assert themselves but the blight of diseases and the touch of Death make the whole world kin and dark looks and revengeful thoughts flea away as we enter the chamber of affliction while love and kindness cast their spell over and around us Such assertions of ourI higher Nature verify the poets claim that There It no tack ot klndneM In thla world ot cure Only In our blindness Wo gather thorns for 1I01IerolI How W SCOTT MOBBISON the Republican nominee for Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial District was in Hartford this week seeing our people in behalt of his candidacy Mr Morrison is one of the best lawyers in this district and ranks among the best lawyers of the State His standing as a gentleman and as a lawyer is unquestioned and the indications are very favorable for his election to the office of Circuit Judge at the coming November election and should ho be elected the people of this district will have a Judge to be proud ofone who will administer the law to the rich and poor alike regardless of poll ticegiving equal justice to all parties While Mr Morrison has always been a Republican he has always been consistent in his views on political questions and his standing among the lawyers is the very best He will not only carry the strength of the entire Republican party but will add hundreds of Democrats who have already enlisted under his banner Mr M L Heavrin the Republican nom moo for Commonwealths Attorney in the Cth judicial district is very popu lar with the people and electedwo of will have one of the best prosecuting attorneys in the State Ho has a large acquaintance all over the entire district and will add much strength to the ticket With Mr Morrison as Judge Mr Heavrin as Common wealths Attorney the people of this district will have officers who will be an honor to the State- WIIITESVILLE y KY Sept I6A crowd of young folks attended the protracted meeting at Ralphs Chapel Sunday night Miss Carrie McCarty Is visiting her sister Mrs Will Miller at Lewisport this week Mr Frank Brooks of Owensboro spent Sunday here with his parents Mr James Lowe of Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday In this vicinity Miss Bernyce Pope of Owensboro Is visiting friends and relatives here this week Mr Fred Lltsey and wife of Fords vllle spent Sunday here wlth rela fives Rev T J Ratcllff filled his regular appointment here Sunday at the Baptist church Mr and Mrs D L Jackson and little daughter Mary Lee spent Sun day at Yelvlngton with relatives Mr and Mrs Clarence Street and Mr and Mrs Elmer Harrison of Habit spent Sunday with their parents Mr A P Brooks Mrs Dr Bragg and daughter of Dallas Tex returned homesaturday after a two weeks visit to the families of Messrs William and George Hol landMiss Alberta BIrkhead has returned home after a visit to friends andrelatives at Masonvllle The protracted meeting atthe Baptist church will begin the first Sunday In October Messrs Elmer Haynes W R and J S Knox John McBrady Jo Bartlett John Sapp and Austin Ramsey attended the big base ball game at Owcnsboro Sunday Mrs A D Mattingly Is on the sick listMiss Temp Peak is very low with consumptionMr Haffey has received his stock of millinery goods Mr and Mrs D to Jackson went to Owensboro Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Jo Compton of Phil pot spent Sunday with Mrs Comp tons parents Mr and Mrs W L Miller t Everybody Is going to attend the State Fair next week Mrs P H Haffey and Mrs Willis Colder made a short visit to Mrs Colder brother Mr June Litsey of MaganMrs R A Jackson Owensboro spent Tuesday with her parents Dr and Mrs Dllns Haynes Mr and Mrs G W Mullen Owens boro are the guests of their son Mr C M Mullen this week Miss Martha Mlttlnger entertained a few of her friends last week with a danceMessrs Klncheloe and Buckler of Calhoon were here last week Mr Onls Hickey returned Tuesday from a visit to his brother at Browns Valley LIVERMORE KY Sept 16Ed L Williams of Owensboro district agent of the New York Life Insurance Company was In town several days last week Mrs W F Ginim of Owensboro is visiting relatives at this place The many friends ot Rev G H Givens will be pleased to learn that he Is fast regaining his health George Wilson sold his farm lying about four miles below to James Hes ton consideration 3500 Trunnel Hackett have sold their business interests here to Barnard Ross Tichenor The new firm will take possession the last of this monthMr A M Hackett left last week for Milwaukee Wis to be gone several days Mrs J W Carter Owensboro Is visiting Mrs R A Hackett- R B Williams has gone to Dawson Springs where he will remain until his health is improved Murdered in Kentucky Boonevllle Ky SeptWhile In the act of resenting an Insult to his newly wedded wife Jason Isaacs 26 years of age was shot and killed In Owsley county by Harry Cralk and Green Strong who had known the man all his life Isaacs resided near this place and was on his way home at night when he was accosted by Cralk and Strong The men talked for a few minutes and when about to part Isaacs invit ed the two men to spend the night with him at his home In reply It isI said that they made a proposition in regard to Isaacs wife which he re sented Isaacs repaired to the house of a friend and told the inmates what had transpired and procured a shot = gun Meanwhile Craik and Strong had taken a circuitous route In order to intercept Isaac on his way home and upon meeting both opened fire Isaacs returned it without effect and received a mortal wound Neighbors heard the shooting and going to the locality found Isaacs lying on the ground They picked him up and carried him home but he died on the way A sheriffs posse Is on the trail of his murderers Who is She The complete woman the woman who can always and everywhere do a womans work Learning accomplishments of every kind expertness In or hockey will not excuse awomans Ignorance the training of children and servo ants and the good governments gen 8 rally of her home NO CHANGE OF VENUE Motion Finally Overruled by Judge Osborne Six Jurors Ac cepted Cynthlann Ky Sept I5After hearing many witnesses testify as to the sentiment against Curtis Jett in Harrison county as exhibited in the popular clamor against Juror Jasper Zing who would not agree to a death sentence in the Marcum murder trial Judge Osborne this afternoon over ruled the motion of the defense for a change of venue stating that he be lieved from the testimony offered that there was nothing to prevent the de Pendant from securing as fair a trail in Harrison county as enywhere else In the state The selection of the jury was begun and six men were finally accepted and one temporarily accepted when the regular panel was exhausted The court then announced that fifty names would tie drawn from the wheel to complete the panel and the Indications are that the formation of the jury will be complete by noon to morrow Very few talesmen stated that they had formed or expressed opinions as to the guilt of the accused in the Cockrlll case- Commonwealths Attorney Byrd will state the case and the Introduc Lion of testimony will then begin At present it seems that Jett will stand trial with only one attorney to defend him Mr J I Blanton who has made many motions for a continuance said tonight that has associates could not be present and that he would fight the case single handed As it is unusual for a case of such magni tude to be handled by one attorney the fact that Mr Blanton is to be un aided will lend added interest to the trial Mr Blanton is an able lawyer and will ho doubt make a strong fight If he sticks to his determina don not to retain additional counsel If there is only one attorney for the defense throughout the case there will be only one argument On each side instead of four as in the Jett White case A F Byrd will argue the case for the Commonwealth DUNDEE KY Sept 14Mrs Jas V Shrouls is in Louisville this week Mr G J Bean was in our town last weekMr John Wilkins of near here has gone to Narrows to work riles Marry Dever ofJingo was in our town last week having some den tal work done Messrs J C Crawford and T C Bean went to Rochester with the bloodhounds last week QMr T N Grigsby Is in Horse BranchCol S R Dent of Wtchfield was In town the first of the week Mr Leslie Powers is on the sick list this week The social given by Mrs Alice Wilson was enjoyed by all Mr Wm Schneider and family vis ited relatives at Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J N Cole and Mrs Betty Cole their fathers at Horse Branch Saturday and Sunday- A fine rain fell here last week which was needed very much Mrs Dr Catermls of Grayson county was in our neighborhood last weekMr Ala Wimsatt of Narrows was in townSundayDr was at Hartford last weekOur Sunday Sohool has closed for this season Farmers are very busy now cutting tobacco and baling hay Misses Effie Bean Mattie Bean and Laura Johnston attended the party at Mr Robert Duffs Saturday night Mr Henry Cummings and wile went to Jingo Sunday- T F Crawford left for Island last weekMr Fred Pirtle was in town this week Tho Gonulno vs Counterfoils The genine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly realized er more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine De Witts Witch H zel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless substitutes that are on the market W S saysAfter dies without benefit one box of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding itching and pro trading piles no remedy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Grim m CENTERTOWN KY Sept IsMrsi Will Stewart and Nova Swain visited the family of Rev Hiram Brown near Providence this weekS R James wile and daughter of Point Pleasant spent last Sunday with the family of S M James here Alvin Rowe and wife have return ed from the East where they made a of mer CchandiseMiss Pearl Iglehart of West Point visited friends and relatives here this weekMrs T R Klncbelo and Mrs L W TIchenor of West Point visited relatives here last week Infant of H B Ashby died last Friday morning after several weeks sickness Several of our citizens attended Jeralvo Lodge last Saturday evening and received the Eastern Star degree The following named persons took part in the ceremony Rev B V Phipps F M Allen and wife Mrs L G Morton and daughter C K Reneer wife and daughter J A Vin cent and wife W H Hocker and wife H H Davis and wife L H James and S M Dexter F M Allen made business trip to South Carrollton this week MAGAN KY Sept T4We have had a fine rain and every one was glad to see It Mrs J Miller has returned from Patesvllle where she has been at the bedside ot her mother and sister J D Ralph passed through Satur day enroute to Hartford Little Roosevelt Morgan Is sick at this writing Mrs Sallie Brown has typhoid fever JMlsses Effie Frank and Ida Marshall of Hardlnsfmrg visited Misses Lena and Vera Miller last week Miss Osceola Miller celebrated her sixteenth birthday September 7 with 4 pound supper and all present had an enjoyable time Those present were Messes Ed Duke and With Renfrow Dundee Allle Wimsatt and John Ba leer Narrows Frank and John Ham ilton and Owen and Bernard Hickey Tatty Tom and Jos Turnham Sunny dale Estlll Ward and Scott Ambrose Misses Vera and Lena Miller Rifle Frank and Ida Marshall Hardtna burg Bva and George Martin and Liz zle Wade and a number ol others the writer failed to get Mr and Mrs Hayden Westerfield of Pordsville visited J H Miller Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs A R Renlrow and daughter Grace spent Sunday at J H Miller Mr Asher Newby Breskenrldge county is visiting his sister Mrs J D Taul r SHERIFFS SALE I By virtue executions No 2054 2057 2056 and 2055 B ir directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in fa vor of Den D Ringo against Helfrich Lumber Manufacturing Company I or one of my deputies will on Mon day the 5th day of October 1903 between the hours of i oclock p m and 3 p m at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky ex pose to public tale to the highest and best bidder the following or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and cost towit All the saw log timber tie timber and growing timber of every kind and description whatever which will measure sixteen Inches or overacrosa the stump three feet from the ground now standing upon the following de scribed land towit A certain tract of land in Ohio county Kentucky on the Hartford and Leltchfied road about three miles north olllartford being the same land sold by R M Walker to Alex Ben nett and bounded on the North by the lands of Alf Carter on the East by the lands of Elijah Morris on the South by the lands of Albert Davis and F L Felix and on the West by the lands of B F Snllenger contain ing two hundred and sixteen acres more or less Also levied same upon about 132 black oak and white oak saw logs cut and lying upon said land Levied upon all the foregoing as the proper ty of the defendant Helfrlch Lumber Manufacturing Company by going upon said land and posting notices of this levy and giving notice thereof to occupant of said land and notifying H P Taylor Esq attorney for said defendant of this levy defendant haying no agent in this county and tak ing into possession the 132 saw logs aforesaidThis is made subject to levy of executions No 2057 for 16040 and execution No 2054 for 40 and No 2055 for fl9 45 In this same action In testimony whereof witness my hand this 9th day of September 1903 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By COKSTSR KKOWU DS Real Estate DO YOU WANT A FARM adjoiningBeavor fine farm in goodcondition Good buildings all kinds of fruits One of tho nicest countyI sale 70 acres near Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good I conditions and a bargain 135 acres four miles north f Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building iIfcomeS Anderson s Dealer in Real Estate l HAKTFORD KY s t 1 DEDA Ky Sept 14 The protracted meeting which was in progress at the M ij church closed last Thursday night with about six conversions and recla mations I Jilt Ix nnle Hoover Owensboro who has been visiting friends and relatives In this nelghborhoodreturn ed home Monday Mr Harvy Axton Owensborot spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrt Wayne Stevens near Hartford I Rev Bared will preach at the C P church Sunday a mJMrs Mollie Jones Paducah who is visiting her sister Mrs William Woodward Hartford was mixing with her many friends at this place Monday and Tuesday Mr W C Bennett and family vis Ited relatives at Andersonvllle Satur day night end Sunday Misses Mattte and Martine Bennett HarUordattended services at MtHer1 man SundayIMrs Julia Haycraft who has been visiting her sister Mrs Anne Kerns returned to her home In Louisville Tuesday j AI Senator McCreary says that If the I founders of the Republican party now in their graves could come to earth they would not rccoganlze as their work the present Republican party Several of the founders of the party are still alive and healthfully sup porting the party of Lincoln Grant blane and Garfield What If the vent erated dead of old time respectable I Democracy awoke to look on the little rickety Beckham machine Herald OneMinuteCoughCureFor NEW YORKS i Favorite Humorist J Wm Will Lecture at the MIlCYI House Tuesday Night I September 22 Few lecturers have beon more fUt erlngly received than Mr Macy In he Bast He has lectured 316 times n New York City 62 times in Phlla lelphla and 340 times In Brooklyn platform experience extends back wenty years and those who hear him will enjoy a literary treat The Detroit Free Press says Mr Macy is a royal entertainer and the uidlence Is his the Instant he ape pears The press of New Englandand = anlda commend his work in the highest terms Gallon A CTaylor for anything in the Under takers lino Coffins any size or style furnished at a reasonable price His nice funeral car at your service any hour Call for Convention- At a regular meeting of the Rrpnb Bean Committee for the Cromwell Magisterial District It was ordered that a delegated convention be held it Roslne on Monday Septomber 21 1903 at i oclock p m for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for Constable to be voted for at the No vember election 1903 and It was farther ordered that the Republicans feel who once to have New from sold at The of fine ING of the of Mole tons and which you of many 300 SPECIAL This Suit is made of Union Mills black and white and is equal Suits in and t9 in style to bo 500 SPECIAL This is a beautiful It is not nec to much about this knows popularly of green this season This is same quality other people ask for 650 SPECIAL This is a dark blue Stratton Thibbot that shouldmeet tho demand a stylish Suit at a small cost This is a you dont find day Bo tho first to select and get a rare 750 SPECIAL Two in this line One is a and the other is a Either of these will please you if you want a stylish Suit at a small cost They cant bo beat at price meet in mass convention in each of the voting precincts on Saturday the 19th day of September 19 3 at I Vclock p m for the purpose of elect- Ing delegates to attend said district convention and each ol said precincts shall be entitled to the following del egate vote In said conventlpn viz t Rosine 9 Horse Branch 7 Select 5 and Cromwell 8 C E RALY Chmn E B ROOBR9 A BreathI A bad breath means a bad +I a bad digestion a I bad liver Ayers Pills are I liver pills They cure constipation biliousness dys pepsin Me All druggist w moucliebeorberdabMRarW bnwBortlebbUtkT Tbnai- BUCKINGHAMS DYE tq kern ACTAYLORUndertaker i I 1 have just received n full lino of Collins Caskets and Robes Hearse is of the latest pattern and uptodate I have procured services of Mr Wallace Duncan an Undertaker and Embalmer Washing layingout and a specialty My House is open day and night Calls answered on short notice A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY 21 NEW STYLES TO SELECT FROM a 21 ALL LAST YEARS GOODS AT CUT PRICES We have just received our FALL and confident that men appreciate finetTailoring Style and Quality in their Clothes will at recognize the benefits be from our immense stock We TWENTYONE to select besides many last years goods=good as newthat will be greatly reduced prices very height TAILOR is selfevident while the materials are finest ChiviotsCassimcro Thibbots unfinished Chiviots unfinished Below are a few of our Specials will ei1 give a idea our Styles and Bargains tho Cassimere tomost 500 equal tho best Must bo seen appreciated greenmixed Cassimero essary talk Everybody the great the 750 beautiful 850 for nice bargain every bargain Specials Notherwood greenmixed Cassimoro nice the Secy Bad stomach headache WMKeene my strictly the experienced dressing CLOTHING derived Styles grades Cassimeres slight quality Douglas 1250 SPECIALiWo have two Specials in this line Ono is an American Woolen Cos olive unfinished Chiviot The other is a brown mixedunfinished Cassimoro These nro extra bargains and are sure to be appreciated 1000 SPECIALS Two Specials in this lino Ono is a fancy olive mixed Melton the other an Elgin silk mixed Cassimor They aro both beautiful 1250 styles that should plcaso the most fastidious buyer f 800 SPECIAL Two special styles in this which you shbuldseo before 1 paying 1000 for tho same goods olsowhoro Orio is a dark y brown standard fancy Melton The other is a Charles Rivor Mills fancy olive Melton iBIG SPECIAL T A 1000 Worsted Suit for 750 Everybody knows that the black Worsted is always popular This is a beautiful imported black French Worsted which wo are offering at a great big bargain See this and be convinced pf the groat Bargains we are offering you I The Coots to all the Suits described above are made with finest French acing inside seems all piped All tho pock r ets are faced with silicia Tho Goats are well padded thoroughly shrunk and well shaped Tho Pants in all tho bettor grades are made with the patent French extension waistband The Suits aro all cut by the latest Eastern pattern and are guaranteed perfect as to fit finish and fabric This advertisement carries with it no exaggerations of values A personal examination is all that is necessary to con vince you that they are Bargains not to be found elsewhere 15he Economy Dry Goods StQreJ THE OHIO COUNTY FAIRjHartford Kentucky J POUR DAYS j September 30 October 1 2 Sc 31 I It is the intention of the New Management to make this the most attractive FAIR K rIfzen to lend encouragement by your presence each day No such Band of Music was ever brought toflartford as the one now engaged It will be worth I joing miles to hear I All Premiums in Floral Hall have been doubled over last year and many new ones lidded t I i A number of Special Premiums have boon offered by leading Ohio county citizens list ot I ame will appear soon j VH x 1 I 0 v ij tNo intoxicating Brinks will be allowed on the ground andlhe best of order preserved r t t i The Track is going to be in the Jpink of condition r f Ii C 1 3 j I I 1 1 1 t r- 1ITITT t aA lcfo Y i ia i r the Owensboro Pants Fact ry FIre SaleI You can buy good heavy cotton worsted Pants at 50c heavy lined jeans Pants at 50e fine corduroy Pants at 150 all oool Casslmele Pants 15 the 4 finest eassimee and worsted patterns ever made in this factory at 150 175 and 82 These goods sell at clothing houses at 3 to 500 per pair j i A few hundred pairs of heavy eottoDnde Pants at 25c per pair boys knee Pants at lOc to 500 for Pants sold elsewhere at 25e to 125 per pair1 i tSui TAILORING DEPARTMENT4 ts made to order 81000 and up Pants made to order lIjo to 350 for Pants you would pay a tailo 500 to 1000 per pair Also a small lot of Pants slightly damaged by water at prices too low to mention Factory Where Fire Eaf3t Main St Two Squares Occurred 717 iEe Main FactoryOWENSBOR0 KENTUCKY v 4Q t I jix I 1 = E You are Invited to Attendu paIr X Costi4J fl FALL OPENINGt1 01 = 11 4 DRY F i bf GOODS b1 r j = AND = 44 44 43 Millinery i ON 5fI 44 Ii = Saturday1 iI Sept 19 e 1 WE WILL SHOW YOU THE NEWEST = = THINGS IN DRESS GOODS SILKS VEL 4i VETS READYMADE SKIRTS COTTON fi and WOOLEN WAIST GOODS PRINTS GINGHAMS MILLINERY CLOTHING SHOES NOTIONS ETC YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVrlED TO VISIS US 4i fi t44 la H 44 qf I J e rA It fi t1 s o i S A5O8uh1o1Furnh1uie lIVEN AWAY If you want to bo the lucky person buy your goods from us from now until the end of the year and got a guess at the length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact b 0 number of hours or the one guessing the nearest to tho exact number of hours the can dIe will burn gots the Furni turn Each dollar spout gets y Ono Dollars worth of goods and a guess It costs you nothing to guess and may bo the lucky party This is open to all cash clstomers- Como to see us and got moro for money than you are offered elsewhere LCARSON CO rt HAZTFORD KY Ii Cheap Home Seekers Excursions On September Istb we will sell v round trip tlclretl to points ou the I- J eC R R In Miselaslppi toulal ana Rt rate of tz oo limited oj Onto ber 6th for return Also on same date sad with same ilmits rol11d trip trip tickets will besllcfto points In l Loulelaua and Texas on the Soutb rn- I t Pacific Ry east of Hudson Ten at Y rate ofr5oo-r 7 On October 20th ticketa will be sold t old at same rateR to slme points as above limited to Novenwber nth for t return S BVANMgrtla- w I Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER i8 Visit City Restaurant Fresh Oyrtera at City Reataarant Get your meals at City Restaurant I Read Davlene Co Bk Tr Co ad Oysters Flab Celeryit City Restaurant Fresh Oysters served In any style at City Restaurant SOfT CORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhere The springs blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthylwne marrow and healthy spleen are full offat- Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood iS thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not feeds the blood making organs but gives them strength to do I their proper works send for empleI SCOTT a sowxrchi4oy4t strew ian ANeWYCliJ- tlQCaa4Iool New fan woolen Walstlngs at Fall Cos Pair Co are showing their new ball Shoes Sheriff C P Keown Is III of a throat trouble Fairs mlllnery opening Saturday You are Invited The Election Comml88loners name precinct officers today Born to Mr and Mrs A C Taylor on the nth lust a girl Soda Water Lewonade Cococol- oc at City Restaurant New line white and fancy Oxfords for waists at Fair Cos Myl What nice Ice Cream and Sherbert at City Restaurant New Readytowear Shirtsthe latest stylesat Fair Cos Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers In Hartford at City Restanrant New line all wool Zebellne for Shirts or Suits at Fair Cos- Millinery opening at Fair Cos Saturday Everybody invited J Williams Macy et the courthouse next xtTuesday night City Restaurant mOlt np date place la Harttford Call Bad see Attend our Opening Saturday Sep tember 19 CARSON CO B A Fields hu accepted a poe lion la Mr James H Williams drug store Chllda Norlolke SultaU wool and beauties from 15o to 3 5o at Fair Cos The prettiest Millinery will be seen at Fair Cos Saturday Dont laU to come Sometimes you find It hard to select It suit It will not be so If you come here CARSON CO Beautiful Pean de Sol and Taffeta Silks for making the new box coats at Fair Cos- O8TzorATBYDr D Wing Is at Mrs Lou COlllna Examination and Consultation free tl Clothes do not make the man but one of Our zo aulti helps mightily CARSON Co Dr A S Yewell Osteopath Hx- amlnatlon and ConsultatlonfreeRoom 12 Commercial Hotel Come and see the New Goods Sat urday September79 CARSON Co The Floating Studio will be at Hartford September 28 and will remain until January r tt Why dont you bring us your But ter Eggs Bacon Peaches d CARSON Co Reserved seat tickets 100dacy lecture Tuesday night the 22nd are on sale at Wlllkms drug store Rev E M Crowe will preachat the Methodiat church la Hartford Sunday morning and evening If you want to pay to for a Pall Suit we will show you an eyeopener for that price CAUON Co We want you to attend our Open lug Saturday September 19 ARSON Co Mr C H Neal and Mies Annie Andrews both of Morgantown were married In Hartford Monday evenldg Mr Henry Black of the Hamlin Chapel neighborhood Is quite Ill but his physlclansHhe Is doing as well as could be expected We will be disappointed If you dont attend our Opening next Saturday September the 19th CARSON Co Mr R T CoUfDS baa purchased ud moved Into the resldesceproper tq formerly occupied byCo W H Moore ou Unloustrret Many a man would blush If the boleti la his sacks were seen We have boleproefaockt CARSON Co Remrmbirthat we wilt sell all Per cals at 1ocasd a11CHcoea at 4C Sat urday the 19th bat day only- CARabU Co We have lt received cases of Blue Prints which willran 4oyda to the bolt it 100 This will not last long Ityou went abolt some at once CARSON Co Supt JM DeWesee began his aB- aual vli1Uo the various schools of the county Mouday lie will be out about ten weeks Ernest Woodward will look after his office during his absence e H e iHPERSONAL MENTION- rir tJ2 t rtI 2 t t II t t t t t t a I t t w H Barnes was In Rosine Mon dayS S Cox was In Leltchfield Sun dayM L Heavrin went to Rockpol t Tuesday Sheriff C P Keowq was In Owens born Monday R B Martin was In lexington Va this week Mr J C Ralph Megan was In town yesterday Dr J S Smith McHenry wu In town Wednesday Dr S D Taylor Braver Dam was In town WedaesdaYjJdlaa was fu town Tuesday Mrs C M Barnett visited In Louis I vllle last week returning Friday C W Morgan Maxwell called to see us while la town Monday Mr W S Tlasley visited friends at No Creek Monday and Tuesday Mr Mac Falraad family Render visited relatives Is Hartford Monday G B Likens attended the Bankers Association at Hopklnsvllle Monday J Z Smith Centertown was a caller at this office while In town Tues day Mr J F Vickers and family are I visiting relatives at Sacramento thus weeks J A Cheek Fordsvllle made us a very pleasant can while 111 town Sat urdAY Mr and Mr A L Hudson visited Mrs Hudsons parents at Pordsvlile SundaytMr H W Smith of Ceralvo via iced his sick son Mr C B Smith Tuesday G B Smith Taffy was a pleuaut caller at thin office while In town Tuesday Mrs Alex Rowan and Mlsa Fannie Cox went to Nuckles Saturday re turning Sunday Judge W Scott Morrlsoa Repub Ucan candidate for Circuit Judge was la town this week Mrs Smith and Miss Mattie Cooper McHenry were pleasant calm ers at this office Saturday Mrs Haldy Casebier visited relatives la the Point Pleasant neighborhood Saturday sad Sunday Mr and Mrs John Blair oj Buford were very pleasant callers at TUB REPUBLICAN office Wednesday Mr and Mrs W H Barnes and son Master Glenn are visiting the formers parents near town Miss Olive Carson hu gone to Rockport lad where she has accepted a position as milliner Miss Ida Park Is visiting friends In- Daviesa county this week and will ati tend the State Pair at Owensboro Miss Mamle Jones of FordsvUlels visiting her alsterMrs A L Hudson and will remain until after the fair Judge J S Glenn Ben D Ringd and ErnestWoodward were in Owens boro on legal business the first of the weekMr W D Moore left Tuesday for Nashville where he goes to enter the employ of the Cumberland Telephone Company Mrs H W Rolph who has been visiting Car mother Mrs Jennie Mc Henry for several days returned to her home In Louisville Sunday Mrs P A Paul of Doulphan Mo accompanied by her daughter Mrs Mary Jones of Paducah la visiting the letters Mater Mrs W T Wood wardP C Nlller left Tuesday for Crowley La where higoes to accept a mercantile position He la a clean manly young man and OUr best wishes go with him We arepleased to announce the marriageol Alvin M Johnston to Miss Fanny Fern Stephens Mr John atoula a very worthy and ambitions young man He taught school In this county for seven years then en tered the service of the Metropolitan Insurance Co of New York at Ow euaboroXy alter two years of work he was given charge of the Northern Iudlaaa District which he still holds with much credit Miss Stephens Is formerly from Nashville She Is au accomplished lady loved by all who know her and carrles sunshine to an she meets Mr and Mrs Johnston wilt spend some time visiting relatives and friends In this county then they a will leave for their home at Columbia City Ind We wish for them a long and heppppite In the good old Booster Btate You should call on A C Taylor the Undertaker when in need of any thing in his line He can furnish a burial outfit on short notice at a very moderate price lion B T Franks of Owensboro has accepted an Invitation of the Cain palga Committee To speak at the Court House October 13th Mr Franks le aneloquent and earnest Republican and should have a large crowd Candidalos for GQvornors oaf Thursday October 1 at th Ohio County Fair The manager of the Ohio County Fair have extended an invitation to Col Morris Belknap the Republican can didato for Governor to attend the Fair hero Thursday October 1 Col Belknap has signified to Col C M Barnett his acceptance and the second day of the Fair wIll be Belknap Day Gov Beckham has also been invited and is expected willII J body in Ohio and adjoining counties to meet the opposing candidates for Governor 1 New Bank at Rockport The business men uJ Rockport feel Ing the need of better banking faclll ties there met tnesday and organized the Rockport DeposltBank with frs 00aoo capital The Board of Dlrec tore Is as follows D F Gibbs Pres Ident S L FUlkerson Vice President E L Dnypmy Cashier M L Heavrln Attorney Porter Hunley James n Maddox James M DeWeese The New Bank will begin business the first Monday In Decembe- rWoodwardBarnes At the resldenceof the brides lather last Wednesday evening at6 oclock Misa Nora Barnes and Paul Woodward were united In the holy bondsof matrimony Rev Rufus Carter spoke the words uniting these popular young people In the presence ofmany friends They will reside at Taylorl Mines where the groom has ments with the Taylor Coal ComI pany TnBR PUBzrCAN wishes and hopes for a long and hap py life to the contracting parties Reward I will pay twentyfive dollars for the return of my ho rae which was or from my farm near Flint Springs Ky on Friday night September 4 I93 Descriptlont aol rel t5 hands high 9 years old small sear below the left ear shod In front cishlu Beaver Dam Deposit Bank L W DAUGUERTY Cromwell Methodist Preacher Weds Henderson Ky Sept 15The IoneLouisville Conference of the Methodist church was married to Miss Amanda Walton this morning at orydoa this county Mr Petrie Is seventytwo years of age BUFORD KY Sept t6Rev Franklin Newton of Livermore la visiting relatives and friends is this community Revs Banner and Fuqua preached benSunday Mrs R B Cnndifi went to Owens boroMonday Mrs Wilbert King of Bells Run Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Johnson WIggington this week Bennie Blair left last Saturday for Owe sboroto assist Mr S IL Howard In his meat shop Miss Allle Pleldenbegan school at the Crowe schoolhouse last Monday Tent meeting will begin at Max wen next Sunday conducted y Rev iaraegin and others Rev Frank Newton will preach at lit Carmel next Sunday at II oclock It SHOOTING AT ROCKPORT Pet Render and Dee Render Shot by Dee Lawrence Last Saturday night Dee Lawrence the son of Bob Lawrence who lives below town was going to the depot at Rockport when he was accosted by a strange negro who began shoot Ing of Lawrence Young Lawrence was armed and returned the fire A general lusllade resulted and at Its termination Dee Lawrence was found tobe wounded by two pistol belle Pet Render shot In the heel Dee Render shot throughh the breast and another negro shot In the arm null partlculnrs Are not obtainable Lawrence gave bond for his appear sues andls now at liberty KYe went to SundayMr Carr visited rel SundayProf Simon MondayMrwas In this city Monday Mr Marlon Tipton of Rochester was here today Mr Moses Herrel of Wysox was In this city Monday visiting his son L E Herrel James Wilson Jr of Rehols was In town Ionday WIlliam Reid or Taylor Mines was In town today City Judge L Francis Is on the sick list It this writing NeighborsnndFangbend CityIsday I IMrtown Is visiting his slater Mrs Rn writingRev Rockport was In this city Monday LeltCbfield ball team beat the Mc Henry boys last Sunday The score was II to 6 Robt Pollock went to Louisville Sunday Mr S J Tlcbenor Is Is on the sick list et this writingINotice to Correspondentsj Communications must reach this office by Wednesday at noon to tnenre their publication Two good newsy ommunicationsone item Taylor Mines and one from Rockporthad to be left out this week on account of the lateness of their arrival Heed this waruing Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they cannot mach diseased portion of the er There Is only one way to cure deafness and that la by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucuol18 lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is inflamed you bane rambling sound or Imperfect hear ug and when It Is entirely doted Deafness Is the result and unless the Infiamatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing wilt be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous servicesiWe Wm give One Hundred Dollars lor BUY case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cared by Halls Catarrh Cure Send circulars free F J Cherry Co Toledo O Sold by aU Druggists 7SC Halls Family Pills are the best Congressman Boreing Dead Congressman Vincent H Borelng of the Eleventh Kentucky District died at the dome of his daughter Mrs G H Melton Wednesday morn at to oclock of p eumoala He been sick only a abort time and is death was unexpected BlackHair Vigorlorpleased with It It certainly re rayhairHelen Kilkenny New PortlndMe VJgorhasbeen gray hair for fifty years and it never falls to do this work eitherIYou can upon for stopping your hair from falling for keeping your scalp clean and JarImaking your hair grow SIN a lolly All BRItt Ir your dtlllfltin carrot anppll JOU send ue one dollar and we oxpreu Q a bottle JlIIOro and KIII Cbe name oryour aearatepreuoSlce Addreu oJ O AYEU CO Lowell Mau Successful Wheat And Timothy Growing It has been fully demonstrated that Wheat and Timothy growing is two of the most profitable crops our farmers can produce And the successful producer of these crops neces sitates the use of Highgrade Commercial Fertilizers Every withoutiFertilizorvery materially Now the only question to be decided is what brand of goods to buy What brand of FertilizeU3 have been sold successfully to tlio farmers for the longest term of years What brand does the most successful Wheat and Gross growers of Ohio county use Allow us to answer these questions and if we meet witlr successful contradiction will stand aside and say nothing It is the Horse Shoe Brand of Fertilizers that has boon sold to you andamong you for twenty years It is the Horse Shoo Brand that many of our largest Wheat producers have used year after year Why do they stick to these goods so closely Be cause they get fun value for their money Why is it that all Fertilizer agents tell you that their goods are as good as Horse Shoo goods Because they know that Horse- Shoe Fertilizers are aU right and there is none better Consider these facts from a strictly business standpoint and we believe you will not bersatisfied to sow your crop without same of our Horse Shoe Brand of Fertilizers We carrY six grades in stock at the 106iper Superior Wheat Drills Weintroduced this Drill in this territory four years ago and it has become the favorite with all farmers who have seen it operate in the fold If you grow wheat you need a Drill that will sow your wheat and fertilizer at the same time Wo have it Their cost in comparison to their sore ico is very small Investigate this Drill and you are sure to buy one E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Kentucky if5Its Bargains YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Call atMyStore if ijm m ffi 1I ProfiF is ffi 10110 Prices as Follows Mons Black Clay Worsted Suits 260taizes 36 to 42 Nice allwool Suits aU colors 425sizes 35 to 42 Youths black Clay VorstedSuits5250sizos 14 to 19 Boys aUwooJ Suits 15OMzes 0 to 14 Mens black wool Pants 1pQ Youths same 1o0 pairMensWomens Fine Shoes 125 Big lino of Boys and Girls School Shoesthe low prices will astonish you Big line of Hats Trunks Telescopes Satchels and Companions Best Bleach at 50 BestFactory at 5c Best Cal leo Everything else usually kept in a firstclass Dr goody store as cheap as the cheapest Sam Bach Hartford Ky Raised From The Dead C W Landis Porter for the Oriental Hotel Bhanute Kau says I knew what It was to puffer with neuralgia in deed I did and I tot a bottle of Ballard Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I had deposed of my bottle 1 was cur ed entirily 1 am telfen de truth too 25c 50C and zoo at 3 H WIlliams m NOIICC Prom now until the first day of October 193 we will receive sealed bIds on the lower room of tile Mason countyKyformation apply to J A WSSTJIRFJRtD CoinDaE P Moors J cARr faCR a- I RI L T i KM Ytl Ntla 1Qsat lllaiM tl I Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 DR JEKYLL BECKHAM AND MR HYDE BECKHAM The fierce political joint debate be tween Dr Jekyll Beckbaui and Mr Hyde Beckbam over the Democratic vote for Governor of Kentucky is ex citing as well as edifying to the philosophic ly minded It is well known that the benevolent Mr Hyde Beck ham is the candidate of the good Democrats who are content to do their thinking by proxy and to vote by ear He Is a lovely young man witha face like a choirboy As an orator he Is a spellweaver laying on roseleaf colors with a tongue dipped in vaseline He means well but does not somehow manage to deliver the goods because of the machina tions of the wicked Dr Jekyll Beck hamDr Jekyll Beckham is tile candi date ol the machine Democrats who do their thinking as they are told and vote after the polls close as votes are needed i As an orator he has ad mirable qualities of main force and an ability to lead stuff from printed slips He rises to great heights of impetuosity in the noble Art of vituperation Where that emlnenternptor of philip pica the Hon Harry Vesuvius Mc Chesney is compelled to chew soap tIn his noblest moments of froth cappe4 excitation Dr Jekyll Beck ham swallows the box and rattles the scenery for his grand effects It is said oi him that he can evade telling the truth in all the dead languages 112 living ones and over 500 survfv ing local dialects This however may be the language of hyperbole from two zealous enemies Cut It iii two and be sure of your money I shall not declared the good Mr Hyde Beckham solemnly at May field I shall not set at liberty any man with whatever crime he may be charged if the evidence against him is strong enough to justify his con viction Oh you liar professional black tnaller and slandererl shouts the lwicked Dr Jerkll Beckham at Har rodsburg I never said It I said I would never pardon a man unless I believed him Innocent Thatdocsnt mean anything you villain because I cans say I believe anybody is inno centand nobody can hold me to any thing Of our part l said the good Mr Hyde Beckhara from one side of the platform at Winchester I intend that the contest shall be an aggres sive not defensive one You area liar and a bluffer shouts the wicked Dr Jekyll Beck ham from the other side of the platform half of my speech is made up of labored defense of a wretched administration We have nothing to conceal de dared the good lrlIyde Beckham we invite a full and fair investiga tion of our record You are a liar by the clock shouts the wicked Dr Jekyll Beck ham Sit tight on the pardon rec ord kill any reporter next time who ties to get at it deny and repudiate the parole record issue false pardon lists and give the public imitation facts Thus it goes everywhere the choir faced cherub being mercilessly Jim Jeried at every point by the wicked rp Jekyll Deckh m It was the good Mr Hyde Beckham who was in 1900 elected Governor on promises to be good It was the wicked Dr Jekyll Beckham who slipped In and stole the place Hay Jng stolen the office to which the lion John Marshall was elected in 1899 the theft office bad become an acquired habit superimposed upon a natural aptitude In 1903 the wicked Dr Jekyll Beckham although inch gible Is a candidate to steal the Gov ernorrhlp this lime from the people of Kentucky and in spite of the Con stltutlon He is ready to steal it by deception or to barter away the lives and liber ties of men for office lie pretends to hive committed himself to punish The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht country most dangerous because so decep live Many suddet deaths are caused bj p tthcart disease pneumonia heal or apoplez are often the resu Sofkidney disease II II trouble Is al lowed to advance tht cS ikldneypolsoneo blood will attack the Ihtkidneysaway cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from- a derangement of the kidneys and a cure II obtained quickest by a proper treatment ol the kidneys If you are feeling badly you KilmersJbladder remedy w 11t corrects inability to hold urine and scald- Ing pain In passing It and overcomes thai unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manyUmesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant td lake and sold by11 druggists in fllyrcent and onedollar sized bottles You may e K have a sample bojtle of this wonderful new tIH coveryand a book that I tells all about It both UomaotBwunpnoot sent free mall Address Dr Kilmer tL C- oBlnhamtonNY When writing mention rcadinethlJ generous otter in this paper DonT makeany mistake but remember The name SVmpRoot Dr Kilmers jSwampRdol andth addrecs Binghamton N Y onevj bottle Jett and White for the assassination of Marcum It Is mere deception He has only promised not to pardon them He can commute their crimes to manslaughter no that they can be paroled He has not bound himself against that Dr Jekyll Beckbam will not bind himself honorably with out mental reservation even in that horrible trallic for votes Cbulsvllle Herald Hiding a Murderer William Goebel was assassinated February 3 190 More than three years have passed since that capital crime was committed Who fired the fatal shot Nobody is wises on that point than belore the courts moved In the matter There have been a long series of trials whose object was clear ly to smlrth Republicans and play politics For this purpose criminal lawyers WIth records for fixing juries and running perjury mills were summoned to Kentucky to shape the pros ecution Instead of identifying the murderer and sending him to the gal lows the plano operations has been to shy away from him whoever he was and to hound the Republicans elected to fill the state offices Beyond the shadow of a doubt Taylor was elected Governor tot Kentucky and Powers was elected Secretary of State They were brutally robbed of their places by political revolutionists and enemies of free government Powers is under sentence ol death through a jury intentionally composed of twelve Goebel Democrats Taylor would bsimilarly treated by another jury of twelve Goebel Democrats If he could be caught on Kentucky soil his crime being that he is a Republican and received more votes for Governor than his antagonist who as his sup porters admitted devised a system of elections that left nothing td chance In all probability the exponents of Goebel lynch law that takes the form of juries of twelve Democrats express ly selected from their own circle know who killed Goebel but they have been running a perjury saturna lia for political purposes and are de lighted with their latest success in condemning to the gibbet a man whose oflense Is belonging to the Re publican party and attempting to fill In Kentucky an office to which he packidat such a sentence but by preserva tion the imported and other legal and judicial talent seem to have ob tained just the sort ol jury they want ed It is not claimed that Powers shot Goebel But he protested against Goebel politics and that coupled with the enormity of fairly beating it nt the polls appears to be a hanging matter In Kentucky Powers may be hung and Taylor also may meet the same fate along with other Republic ansthe Goebelltes dislikes When their persbnal hatreds are glutted the Goebelltes may condescend to reveal their knowledge of who shot Goebel GlobeDemocrat A Purgative Ploasuro If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse aud liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleas ant effects They do not gripe sick en or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs in volvedW H Howell of Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for Constipation sick headache etc Sold by Z Wayne Grffin Bros m Acknowledgement Hon Alvls S Bennett presented to the Preston Morton Post No 4 of the Grand Army of the Republic at Its meeting in Hartford on April 4 1903 a gavel mode from a tree which grew on Lookout Mountains The donor Mr Bennett is the worthy son oi a loyal and honored comrade this together with Its historic associations makes the gavel especially appropriate and feeling We will manifest our highest ap preciation by its use and thereby hold In lasting and grateful rememberance its glxer MS RAGUVND RUBEN ANDBRSOM Com CAn S K Cox I S His Lifo Savod by Chambor lains Colic Cholora and DlarrhooaRomody 1 B L Byer a well known cooper of thia town says he believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer He had been sink for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysen tery could get nothing to do him any good until he tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief says B T Little merchant Hancock Md For sale by J H Williams m A young man begins to amount to something by the time he learns that theold menreally know a little but by that time he isnt young any more Louisville Herald q Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there Is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulsehoarseuess and impeded respi ration Give frequent small doses of Ballards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for It and at the firtt sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Bal lardss Snow Liniment externally to the throat SOC at J H Williams Stenographers and Typewriters Wanted The Uulted States Civil Service Commission will hold a stenography and typewriting examination Oiv ensboro October 24 1903 The Commission reports a continual reports a comtinnal demand lor competent men stenographers and typewriters for the government service and the exami s Wo nation will be held to fill vacancies as they occur in the Federal service in that city and Washington D CM as well as in the Philllpplnc Servicc A large number of stenographers and typewriters are however requir cd for the Philllppine Service men Accurate stenographers and type writers are required who can write at least 35 words a minute In typewrit ing and So words a minute in stedog raphyApplicants should apply to the sec retaryol the local board of examiners at the post postoffice In that city or to theJUnltcdStatcs ClvllServIce commis sion Washington D C for oppllca tlonforms and a copy of the Manual of Rxamlnatlons containing Information relative to the chracter of examina tion Stomach Troublo I have been troubled with my stomach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ago I was Induced to buy a box of Cham fcrfalns Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal better Ifyou have any trouble with your stomach try n box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by J H Williams Queer Things Done by Absent Minded Men What is absence of mind The words as generally used have a vag ue and relative rather than an absolute meaning says a writer in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post La Pontine is generally spoken of as one of the most absentedminded oi men and it is stated as an illustra tion of this that a few days after at tending the funeral of a iiiend he called at his house and asked if he was in He was shocked on being told of his friends death but presently recovering from his surprise exclaimed True true I recollect pow I attended his funeral The great thinker who overtopped all othM L u1 ancient or modern timesthe discoverer of gravitation Newton should expect to find a very absentminded man and such he was When he had friends to entertain he would sometimes go into his study to get a bottle of wine and straightway forget them His friend Dr Stukely called one day to see him and Newton sent word that he would see lain directly but thought no more of the matter The doctor who had come a long distance waited for some time and became very hungry Seeing a fine roasted fowl on the table in the room into which he had been shownwhich had been placed there for the philosophers dinnerthe doctor was unable to resist the clamorous craving of his appetite and at tacked the fowl with such vigor that when at last the great man appear ed there was not a morsel left I protest said Newton seeing the empty platter I bad forgotten that I had eaten my dinner You see doctor how oblivious we philoso phers are- More abstracted even than Newton was Dr Robert Hamilton one of the profounded philosophical thinkers of his daysOne of his most notable works was an essay on the national debt which iscald to have fallen like a bombshell upon the British parlia ment or rather to have risen andtl luminated its darkness like tat Orient sun Yet in public it is said the man was a shadow He onced pulled off his hat to his own wife on the streets and apologized for not having the pleasure of her acquaintance He met his classes in college on a dark morning with one of his wifes white stockings on one leg and one of his own black ones on the other He would run against a cow in the road turn around and say I beg your pardon madam I hope you are not hurtEverybody is familiar with the sto ry told Archimedes the great ge ometer of Syracuse who discovering the solution of an important problem while in a bathtub was in such an ecstacy of delight that he ran naked into the street crying Eureka I have found it and who at the capture of Syracuse was so absorbed in a geometrical problem that when a soldier was about to kill hlinhe simply said Dont disturb ray cir cleat a aDistressed After Eating Cured Judge W T Hollard of Greens lavoratiTyknownfered greatly from Indigestion Af ter eating great distress would In varibly result lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless I DyspeysiaCuremy sleep Is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros in RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A prescriptionFor Thu 8 cent pnckatl enough lor ntiiiUmcnulnnii The family bottle tGO Utlll contain imnpply for Ieor All drngglitii Mil them a Teachers Meeting Program for the teachers of Center town Magisterial district to be held at Center town Saturdays September 26 1993 at i p m What Stress should be placed on Rhetoric in the public schools W S 11111 and Miss Lewana Ford What Place has Literature in the public schools Ulfa Ouia Mdddox and J H Wo d The Importance of school discipline G W White amPMIss Cnule Rowe How to cultivate irlnedghlp between Tho Klml You Have Always Bought fill which has been In use for over 30 years lifts homo tim plftimtnra of has been inmlo umlcr his per c4rniul supervision plnco Its infancy no one to deceive you In this All Counterfoils Imitation O1uluJustII4JolIl arc hut ExperimentS that trlllo with anti endanger time health off Infants and Children Experience against llxpflrlmcut What is CASTORIA Cnstorljx Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvorlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nriU Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleet Tho Childrens rauacca The mothers Friend 4 CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears tho Signature of TMIind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TIle CINTIUH COMMNT TT MvmiAT THCtT NtV TOOII CITT I pupils and teachers H II Davis and Miss Mattie Tichenor Number work In primary grade MIss Maggie Davidson and K M KimmelHow teach diacritical muks Bveret Smith and Miss Louana Ford Opening exercises how conducted W S Hill anti HH Davis How to make grammar interesting to beginners Clarance Overhultz and E M Kimmel Difficulty of participle and Infin ItivesEverett Smith Otis Kimbly and Miss Carrie Rowe Work of A B C Method In pri mary workMiss Mattie Tichenor and J H Wood How to secure better dally attend enceG W White and Miss Oma MaddoxShould the School term be lengthen ed Miss Maggie Davidson and Her- m 1 Mad lox Adjournment- Let every teacher be promptly on time Miss CARRIE ROWE E M KiiiMia I Com J II WOOD J The Proper Treatment for a Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel well sails fied If he can hobble around on crutches two or three weeks alter spraining his ankle and it is usually two or three months before he has ful ly recovered This Is an unnecessary loss of time for In many cases In which Chamberlains Pain Balm has been promptly and freely applied a complete cure has been effected in less than a weeks time and in some cases within three days For Sale by J H Williams m M YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC When yon take Ororaa TaitelfM Chill Tonic be came the formula lu plainly printed on ever bot tie howlnff that It II Imply Iron nnd QuinIne lu- otateleallorm No Cure No Pay Me CASTO XAORs tha1h Kind Signature MJughlof Master Commissioners Sale Ohio circuit Court Kentucky I LEE WORLEV Plaintiff- vs N J THOMAS c Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren dered at the August term 1903 in the above case for 5000 with interest at the rate of six per rent per annum I from the zind day of May 1900 un til paid and 28 95 costs herein I will offer for sale by Public Auction at the Court House door In Hartford on Monday the 5th day of October 1903 about one oclock p ra upon a credit of six montbsthe following de scribed property towit A track of land In Ohio county Kentucky lying on the waters of Indian Camp Creek beginning at a stone where Robt Simpsons line crosses the Morgantown and Sinking Creek road thence N 8s W with the Cunningham line to the corner three black oaks and one hickory thence N 15 It to a stone on the West stile of the Morgantown road Sanford Simpsons corner thence with said road to the beginning con taming 20 acres more or less IT suffi cient thereof to produce the turns of money ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved uecurlty Immediately after sale This 2nd day of September 19n3 ROWAN HoumooK Master Commissioner Heavrln WoodwardAttorneys j CASTORIAFor I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 71 I Signature of 1f THE BIG STATE fAIR Will Draw Thousands to Ow ensboro September the 21st to 26th 20000 In Cash Premiums andI Many of tne Countrys 8 Amusement Shows Free LOW RAILROAD RATES The biggest state fair ever held South of the Ohio river will be opened at Owensboro the hustling little Western Kentucky City on Monday September 21st lasting throughout the week Cash premiums amount ion to over 20000 will be distribut ed for the best exhibits 611 agricultur al products mining products and livestock fowls pigeons hares and the hand work of the woman of Ken tucky or of sister StAtes There will be the finest free amusement show that the country affords for fair poses including many feats of Goring never before sees in this State In fact the State Fair will be al I most on the proportions of a great- I exposition and those who win pre miums may well feel proud of the honor besides the financial benefits derived SOMB OF TUB PREMIUMS f5 400 for Beef Cattle 1600 for Dairy Cattle 4 200 for Horses 800 for Mules and Jack stock Ji20 for Swine 1300 fur Sheep rooo for Poultry Pigeons and Belgian Hairs 750 for Womans Department 4000 for Other Exhibits SOME OP THE FREE ATTRACTIONS The Famous Dr Carve Broncho Johns Wild West Show High Diving Bicycle Rider Harnessed Ostrich Race Horse Racing No Better Foot Ball for State Championship Exhibition ol Educated Horses Champion CakeWalker ot the WorldKurkamps Pine Military Band ConcertsDare Scbryer the world renowned high diver will appear every afternoon In his wonderful high bicycle act the first time ever presented in the State He rides down a steep Incline 60 feet above ground at tht lower end jumps from his wheel and dives Into a shallow tank 103 feet from the base ot the chute This is one of the most thrilling and danger ous feats ever enacted by any person This attraction alone is worth the price of admission to the Fair All lallroads entering Owcnsboro have granted a rate of one lane and 25 cents extra for the round trip The L H St L will run excursions from Louisville to Owcnsboro and return on Tuesday Thursday and Friday leaving Louisville at 7 a ra and arriving at Owen boro at to a m Returning the train leaves Owensboto at 6 p m and reaches Louisville at 9 p m ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY IIIIIicu- UIutuTU 1 I Tttlk being cheap and ueceguary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the r Telephone Company or they will bs at the whnlf expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For parMcu lamb i11 OT S T Stevens Maragtr Hnrtfotd Ky TilE NewYqfKClipper Greatest Theatrical Paper In America All persona Interested In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 10 CENTS rot Sole by oil Newsdealers In ell ports t SAMPLE COpy FREE Addres NEW YORK CLIPPER YOrk City a To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo QuinineTahlets A m on eve SeveR ISffllon boxes sold to post 12 months This Signature 9 c box25C Y iTieQuinh4It- sIOta 1 you do If you are a victim of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous Welt luhnit Itirjll cnro malaria but it leave almost deadly after ot- TectHERBINE Is purely vegetable uml ulwohiloly ltItu1Itco to euro malaria sick llllotisn and all stomach klditoy and llvur complaints TRY IT TODAY SO Conts n Bottle All DruggIsts CForSalebyJ H Williams Hartford Ky i Hughes Chill Tonic PALATABLE Bittei than Calomel and Quinine Contains to arsenIc u laTe nine Chill taken Vnll Chili llrrr tonni i ri Co ULI1 I EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC- As well a lor FeverSwanip sad at this m Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic GUARANTEE iLDont Sntstitncte Druggists 1 Bottles SUCCESSWORTH KNOWING Forty lIre oIftim4 In the South Tonic a BTmt remedy for Chill itm all MnUrlul Vtrtn LOOKI A STITCH IN TIME HnnW Tonic Untw ilefliutDt In rarly SprIng anil prarrnU Dcngu and Malarial Fo yet Act on the uptho IlemVLU UL as Sure Cure Chills and Fevers Malarial Fevers Bilious Fevers Just 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holder ol oue or more hurra ol thol en pi till stuck ot the Illlnol Contml llallrosd Company na reglntered on th book ol the Compnny nt the clol8 olbnilnebnTueday Kept mbiir 3 1003 who II ol lull age a ticket enabling him or her to trnrcl free over tbn CoDinnnyjiIlBMrnro the llIlIna on the ZhlInoI i I Central railroad nearait to hf1 her ngUtored beI I i bitday Imniethlitehi prvouedlnfr nod the day I ol the meotlnx nnd for tIe ntorn journey front I Chicago only on the day il the metllng and the four day I niniwl lately ollonliiKi when properly I businerhourtha14mih the otlfce ol tIo Avilitiiit HetalT Mr W tluirunin Chlcniro Such ticket maytie Obtained by any holder of tock regIstered a 04 above on application lu writing to tbllaodeut ol the Company In Chicago Kach appllcn r 1tlon most ntntu Ihe taIl nnino and uddrr fl the 1 iclliednle of auu h ivrtlnvut Nn l ore than one per onwllIlM cnrriwl frv In re ectto any one holding nt tock cc jigl tere l on theliooki ot f the inpnny A n lUrunrr 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