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A t 1 TirE IIAILTBJRIY f REPUBLICAN Iii i FineJo York a Specialty OFflC110fidA OF TBE Pd8T4lN 186 lUlU cOnanSrDIALDr farcr Subscription La year 4 r 10rzoORtYARD W FoR OMEN WHO AVOT E fHHUD hacked up by over a third of a tentu recomucheverttaledtheDr Pletees Paonte Pteaerlptlou now feel InleplftlonevtakneuProIbslM andrcalOnablThey kne the u oat remarkable record of rev made by this world famett remedy eTcrJlkced to the credit of Any prrparb ofwoaapofthepqfottowfolfn tobeIt PftkHT to moIb I wu InCIIlffII1C8T1 nl1hauatfltemnflt I oattd act rtmy atreoltb back aPtm1eashIaad 4k list I II dlacoanged but within a Preactagoceedlg811 a beartywoman My toytpow lwoyears e44 Illanu to ireplcn USttn deMa of cur Parorae Pracrlliltloa reo eperata me at once Mr + No IllJoaeluttt Rant Davaoh Ga WruuKTo Kedlealt u RG for diuut of the ttonuch brood np11te sentjrreAddreuDcladluJautfar gentleaeu sod tboeo- ughnuWeaR heartseYeryoaaIImploladlealOII o1 onl3teAU rood taken into the stomach andIWIIIthetomach orthede1IGite but ylt1 oreln becomes dlseued ItanIchM1 loanaataKodol Dlgestt What Yu Eat IlUTOIilatraItiandAcala ode trialaleProtsarad bt La oWITT A 00 otflOAoo MEAT MALT Jli IQCAt ONtO AND atcoaa tae Tkxes LIe and Strength la Erery Drop Asdcatlne combination of the essential coeMkucnb of PRIME BEEF and PURR OLD I iALTL- oolaUk Kr January ii igs MEAT Ilk ZALTCO Loulldl1t Ky Ml1ttripentbaM and un- tau tat It U en eakkunerve and blood tonic KclIU tJ4 Ppoth nd invkontcl dlrutlou aod beatin 1ItrYOll Youuav rD KASTEN DINE u D Loulevfle College of llwmacr T a MALT Oil LeuuNI 1 Kss- fareT Fkaptr G crhr imyouse test m1 tllllb04 IJflMI- CIoMIJ IIIIfl1I1f1o KoouaataslfDistrusta tJIIw II t oe MNM- tsae r AlAUe- rat teal0t Oslo LusAva- IT t OUIL MRS L S ADAMS er 61t080JeaaaQ or Cudul a Indeed a btulns- to find woman suffered for a-nddbeedlagdown i re with no success Wine olCar4V- was the only thing which helped foie and c1Iy itweakcarraat MtOtIftI- YKr yeItIItId BY Wired women Min Mans- mews rsetv0ue wt dIaordere4 muses tailingat the OMan tJow of womeahaveolseanoareyou WOllie1 1 of c rel of CardqI h iuds ofowes whicha j 1doctcre Aft i I J tolwellrof1 For riseT d Jlack Drau6ht J l Jr 1 tt NE r CAR U1 Will VOT fOR COL D1kNIF- Col I I J DeLillard of Owe Cant Stand for Democ racy Under the PresentRegimeC- alhouning and the Powers Ver- dIct Are TwoDoses be Can not Swallow OTHER REASONS FOR SUP PORTING REPUBLICANS OweJlton Ky Sept zCot J D Il1IardexCommonwealtys At torney In the Frankfort Judicial die trlcl a lifelong Democrat well knout over the State when asked for his oplnlon off the present political campaign made the following statementt to the Uvenlng Poet Mr Lilian will speak for the Republican ticket lie said There art two sets 01 caadidat- coutemdlsg M for auprettracyIu the app- roachlng electloo November 3 Oat of these will Inevitable be elected and fin the various Stale omcee Irma Govereor down the official lteIBJtCKIIAf liAS NO PLBTPORM Atthe head of one list Ia the present actlu Govereor or the state srk- I3 running unhampered or re strained by a platform of plnclpeI perfectly tree to make a platform o his own without the consent u Bf- II would say of any other man earth Atthe highest round on the ladde thRepbblcane Belknap a aueteetal beatnesa apt of the metropolis of Kentucky The personal character of botlltk men I am satisfied le unaudlatiee The lather ol the Govereor the la e Will Beckban Wumy farm perIGp- at friend During the session of So52 and oSIJ3we Were dallllmat J the lac depattmeat of tits Unlveral of ToutllVllIe and received our dlpl- ma the same night from the hand et that eminent layer Gmancter tlltd statesman James Gutbtle Presidet of the uulversaty and I am sattefl Sri he never raised a SOD devoid to the attributes of a gentleman tRIBUTaTOCOL DRIENAP Col Morris Betknap the cotorbeRr er of the RepwbUan patty of Ker tacky I duot prualty know bl but I am satisfied his character integ city and pereonat worth are above re- pcacti far beyond pacctaatulaeeault No better evidence to me of that fac- is t needed than he gained the beat- and hand in marlage ol the danghtr ofmyotd blend Simon Boltve- Buckner r the honored of Glen Lily1Bone o these men we should begoverea by their platforms if theY have oae and H t not by their put- acts dnd wGatthey promise now It appears to me that Beckhambhaadlcapett at the airy operators of his pattys machine which was used In my judgemeutto drive awayalt opposition In his pr to blsaoailaatlon fqr governor lio buceeaefully It was accomplished 1- 8dlac10ed by history jmet precedla- and g subsequent to his nominatioa The only good lawyer seeking th nomination over Beckham Jud Robeit J BreckenJldge denied and l think vety properly the conetitu- tionai elllllbUlty but I will not dis cage that matttr now for from tb- algae of the time he will never have the opportunity to test that queetlo- Iii a court of law I read the speech hedellvered at the opening of his cans palguln the city of tvlncbeeter en reiterated on every ascaalon since an having no platform on which to atom and guide him he made one for bins self and that was Dubitance Death of Caleb Powera and to hell with the Republican party and upont1at alone he imagines he an ride Into power once more I canttotauppott him on such aa as that Neither can I cndun C theaction bi the Democratic Legltla tune In declaring Goebel and Beckha- elected fu Govenor and Ileutcnantfv ernorof Kentccky when that La gl- lature as wellas the benej Iariea- mited4gtacehl of et well know hey were mot I Cannot by wy vote apo prove Mr Bteckbama pardonoflloto rJIus1utdetera aWlllllns anduuth1- of w8 the most dangerous charpcttr sending thens ba kto tee counts or their conyictlun to again eattlr upon Upeeof rapine p1tu dir and blood which many of them did- CANr1NDoasacAlnotJNING I cannot lndoraeiat the nIllotboz Mr Beckbama laviab Use of money lu the treasure vaults of- BtateInthepaynaentof an uneven rid fee of over 7opoo for collecting WaBhlngton city agovermmeat ebt due the state whlekwould have c collected by any bank fir Pramkfot rby the Athraep a GtiueialvrilhoutN k dollar cost to the Commonwealth wl1 not beexp ted of meonthlsocca- aton to partlcuarllie the short com lug ol our youthful executlve or to dab 11orate on the outrages of the politico machine In the meshes of which h seems to be environed Its enough for me to say to you men of all parties that I am a Democratic thoroughbred of the Tdieraonla school astrict constructlonls of uot only the constitution of the Uslted States but of every State ororganlsa- tfon and a sincere ofan lair just uon partiean trial of everyman accused olcrime by an impartial Judge sad an unbiased jiry DEMOCRATIC TRYCx3TUS scORED For We past few years end now the Democratic party organiZed and run by the machine operated by po Utlcal tricksters end buccaneers has been trailing In tbq footsteps of the ReppbllGm petty liteverything that e ball gd studloa avoiding everything good It may have done In ttiedark dayw of IIncoiasaaesa- sinationby the crazed but brltUn- ttrgedla J W11keBoothe Inflamed passions of the Republican party am edtobe IlaomJa10tUtreXecut Mle rJett pure sp Cent women To follow the dlagra tai auds amefu1precedentolthelle- pubtlca party tee etlf Jyla1 tp racy Pf Xtutllcky receythq bled deathGJc4la eat of complicity In the cruel amd Inhnanan murder of Senato r Goebxl U Dire Surratt who wua rt to the engaged human pea Mona i1 the lIou There Iii tbhi- raae and comtessptAble the Rep l1 aeAh did IonsaalpnLtonsvantdtx sex GOERCqasBIP xIoLx1a Tee Reps Hnpt l876 prole th e- PrealdeBcr from 1 detI eml t- ensmlets o their example these ircl tarltors to Densttcretlc prlaclple In Kentucky felonlouely cud with mal- Ice prepesae irobbed W S overyor elect olltheexecutive chaff f the tate ps very evldcat even the moat IS1l81 obeervtq that these bigoted charetaes dad lnnlferable- montelia tti are otsatisfied with hurling reels blood CamaEHa tkeaaa at USe Repnbiusal they mustn spite their vile filthy venomous saliva at John Young Brown supPort en and dada with bream cutthroat impudence and piratical motive and Intent insinuate that the lutrebld and gallant Duke wall particeps crimi- nate end co conapfrators to the dace tardly kUllflJtol their lamented chief rain Wm Goebel and want to con sign him to h1 along WIth the ins perishable Buckner end the Ulustra ions Breckisrldge- raAteE poa DUKE socaNEa AND aRECxDIalnc b White those grand old heroes I ifoliver Eudcner Wm C P otkiarfgefle fiying ajnedtome mere brea t ins the ehat and ebelhof the invading cohortdbf theFedereiarmy Thesevile- elafldere and esgaselme Of were basking is the dam eams and pleasure of a Kentucky home they were too cowardly to o ie their and worthlea bodies to pashieldI toewBefore J vote for a man who h maligned and heaped oblequy that noble trio no matter what h sulphuriceflames of botteet hlbe asp portion Whit I have seen of the Republic platform aacof west Iem advlaea pf the personalities end commendabl MoteBelknap lam thegOO peDo mistakenthis year llil glvlag him their support L fordft sanedcrutches two or three weeks alter ePtelnlfagllfe ankle audit lenaaally two or three months before he has tut yjpoP 1JWaa JotUIlta1U s UIile ad tU1- ecaaefwrUlntktee ya o lM by J H WIItIAais m t CJfJIC ia RrNt1oe rrr It JA rotes rto ttilthlrpla apt he North pa 16 cotfI otrOl1r Islam 89 IiptIer- 3i GDBecam DP Aor- CI o1 ltOlr Info m ton rcg x Jr c i6 YleertLJltlh1wte P rat 8- fr DlstrQused fterEatingCure d C of Gree- nsburgaghoiAwolla davgrPbl fJa o1Juf I1rile1 iVlflblYrilltlssNagfctanbear or ofad yelfiidwetrreetlpeb I td o t tbsdit rW1IJ rc 1Jl w mp s efpliip 1 ssIahgapd igeetlon pertectMq SeW bqZ Wayne GrIJB a it Bf m It n CURT JE1TSMOTUER TrIes to Save Him From Pose slbleFelosDeath Confers With Capt John Patrick Tom Coclt- rill and Othersto ContJngent Coniessfon Is th TAIK of Cygthiana Cynthlaaa Ky Sept J9TomlC- ockriU and Mrs HggtW mothero f Cwttlettbpdaconveragtion onlicstreet toda1 after which COckeill made a seasatlonal statement He Jlafd Mrs lJagln merle o propoealt have Cart make a confeeslosof i 1 onnection with flreathttcqqntynss- assinallome if thepropecntlo wouldth have tlIS case contlqned Cockril1e says that he waS reminded that b wa erelafed tqJ eodtleti e oughJ tobe willing to save him Cockri 1 said he told iln irflglme Jett had kllled his brother and was sore toga tn the scaffold CockrUl said that Mrs Heglas was sore et Judge Jim Hargis and Falton French for desert lag Jett and she wasted him to make a clean breast of his connection with la both reathlt county aeeasslnatio- nr s the nape that the Commonwealth Would have his sentence commuted Capt Jolla Patrick said he told Jetta brother wm Jett of Wluches ter that he believed that the oiJly- chaace of savIng Curt front the gal wa would be for him to make a full lon lu the hope that the Dons nsoawealth would agree to have ille death sentence commuted la order to have Curt testify against thecomapir store IMPORTANT CONIERENCE Patrick Eaye he knows nothing o any poeltlnc overtures however that he was tn acoldereaetiII this afternoon at fie Cotumbla Ilotet with Mrs Iiagima TQm I COckzIl1 anti others but that none ol tie attorney at were present Mrs Jiaglns at that meeting had little to say sort made o proposition but wanted to kmox Jl the ptleecatloe had amyttiisgto say ch Another person at the meeting paid that Mrs Haglna made in appointment to beat the Columbia again to morrow morning end in the meantime to would consultwlth Curts our friends J exslatJett was Intervleived and said that it his mother had made any overtures be knew nothing about It and that hehad not proposed to make any cop Iellllon JettOi brother June said that Curt had made no propoeahe as to a possible confession but filar Tom Cockrill had asked Mrs Haglna- wllelhpt Jett Would confess It rile Commonwealth would agree to a con tlnuaace Coelum says he could nct have made the prop ltJon as fje wanted JetE Pwi1abo laa MANY RxrEcT CONFESSION tap4ltaverct a possible confesefon with tqe th excptioti of Mt Byrd He said tonight that no ad Commonweaithieas receivede any even know that the Commonwealth world agree to any tmntiaaalaceI jett should to In fact Jae believes pocouteselon ie likely nn bangb f mOQwca1thos Attorney Fryer end At totmey Vpngbam aU had heard of the remora and expect Jett to confess sooner or later but all think It beit tohave a death sentence brought in by the Jury now trying Jet mASSURANCE OP PARDON Mr Fryer said he could ROt aaswer- poaltlvely what the Commonwealth and liosuthority for the statement butt at he had heard It stated that the liar glees were preventing Jelt from msk No a confession asenrlnq him that t6theJetts attorney J IBlantoa walt asked about the possibility of a con eat cuss eWIlonHe Said he knew nothing q woe jllYrsDtanton had not beeucoasulted a1 about anything of the kladvcIlOT ltasSOIJclTt1D on While It Is doubted whether Jett himself has agreed to any confession the It appears lIa reasonably certain that his aged mother has such a move view from thee fact that she is tohI meet partied connected with the pros chnberot persona maw Cockrill and Mrs In consultation today ba I could not hear whit was paid Cocktlll wept to Jexlngton to nigh as a deputy bplnfi with an attach ment for Ctuulea Green who ever n W 1I0W1a afraid to testify in tile cast Hele avid to be an eye wltmeaeto the ssassination Fdr Your Consideration At Winchester Mr Beckham dls assasanationII peoplen of Kentucky are more interested lit rc moving the muse of assassination rather than In oven g g tiffed of such s cause asaaeainate k ham pardoned a short time before D- fMncoat y xas aseapsiuated for trying o get thecggrt to purge of fraud an election In which Dtckhnms support era were returned as elected tool e Capt Raven was approached by a sherln and a judge that are now 8npportlng lure Beckham sari tot whet he mast say about the kUlIag of Marcum He testified that the bidding of this Sheriff and Judgel until afforded protection He pwor- iat Cnrtle JeU assassinated Marcum Ills property way destroyed while this trial was going on and while thI undrml1jItaryIntolerable condition Turn tothe other plde of the plc tare which shows how innocent suffer when the laws are me1 Senator Goebel Was asaa Frankfort In the midst of a wlessness verging on revolutlolJ Caleb Powers has been three time trIed before solid Democratic jntl for complicity lm thee crime Hewa without money the prosecution ha 100000 appropriated to secure th punhmen of the assassins Th- testlmory IltUtalallig a consplrllcyff weak and conbadlctol1 gather inconclusive One man ha1- coalessed the sins of other men nd he Imputes to Powers knowledge ot the crime He la himself In the pen I ltentlary tor file He has exhibited peraoasl knowledge of the atfali- chswh no one else can equal He once deleted Powers Innocent Hi he testified falsely as to Berrf Howard and Hockersmith He dcJ dark he acted a part la his own t Georgetown which makes him ap unrivaled lnspetaoaator uripardoatblebthe people of XeaCdcJtq Secretary of State Powers to to be hanged U Gov Deckbam can g4 t from the people of Kentucky a vote that effect For the first time n history the Csovctaor asks tJie people to pave on the question of the ecution ot a prisoner We see in this contrast the source oflawlesaneJ9 In Kentucky a reign rtawlessnCII In one section of tlfd State where organized assassination terrortzes a free people a seism pC Ujeibefore juries solidly Democretlc le convicted on the testimony of mc n whose testimony la selfcontradlcto 1 delivered In the hope ofmldgating pr Itaprieotwente hen qn earthLoulsvUle Post Owes Neighbors ltirD P Daugherty well knox Mercer and Somme- rmantlea W Va most likely oWes aeiQhbdtHewith dlanhoee was attended by tu- tphyeidana who gave him little r relief when a neighbor learnl otbls serious condlrion brought h ebottleat chamberlains Colic Cholera Remedy which cured him In lcea than twelltyiour hours m CASTOR lAFer Infants anti OhU rev TMe Kid Yw Han Always iigt sears the 61Patve of SilenCeSltystheInquirer One the arrest sIgns onearth an almost unmistakable ladies n thaEtbedtath verdict forCaiq b is unjust Is the silence of th- preta add those who sought hIs Ul before the verdict had been tendered men on earth was ever without a to refs rainy et all times about guilt oi Caleb Powers The ln sll l anch a Verdict is too aJ par to deed argument Caleb Powers not in Frankfort when Gabel shot sari every jarymllnon that Imposed the death knew it well Is there eVe 4 shadow of justice shoat such Should Caleb Powers han the 2sth day of1JxtNovemb r as haebeen ordered that day wilt mar tlmeend hour when the State Reatmcky will be pulling thatxln11 tobe by a judge from whose trlbtUialuo man ever took a- ange or venue Then we cAnonly live to tegretthat It Is too late Caleb Powers never took nor sought to take the Ilte pi WllltamGoebeh DAVIAll draaaVtaretandrhnmowylrrfails to care R lJrUIIe IIIQatare ID on each boO e iN OPEN LETTER I To the Chairman of the Ohio County Democratic tam Jlaign Committee Mr Cheerwan uv the Dlmacrat Campnne Commltty Im a Dlmacrat who anus votes the ticket errata an pals no questions but as n keerlnl ub server uv politics Ive reed fur sun time that Beckhams fn danger an feel It my duty tOllound a note n watnia Pears to me things ale halo managed rite ni Uv course our fellers dun rite In kid In the lolnllle Hcrreld reporters out uv the State house but they ought busll1essIdun got all over the State a rjlnow well have to stan fur the kic the pardons both Then th missed It In sentencln Powers t hang There slat many people be Ilevea Powers le guilty an Beckham gold round sayln elect mean IIsee toU that Powers Is hung Is not bang1imighty pgneemleh bout noun tfIJ stretch a tellers neck anyhow UY course a mountane Republican who d want to bold State office In Jeeutuckf- aagbter be hang but weer speak bout the uv Ute thing life sentence wolder key the Gobl murder before the public and would eat a stirred up the Republicans SJ bad But the wrist mistake the Dlmacrats has made Is In not paradln the atea- la uv the office uv Atturaey Glnrll from our man Dracklnrlg HCre In a free country to have the Republlant- ealths uv a State office tram ns diker our faction cummlshnaers had sec our man was elected aulthen nqt throw It In tethl Ive red otir state cimpare book dear rhea an dopt find a lIne about this oatre e onthe ba lot bozSlch pallricsi Id have our speakers hurl It from everr stump Into the faces the Republaria ye thewln raskeie you stole tlje office nv Attorney Glmral hum onr man Bracklnrlgl An Id have la red letters acres the top uv ever page v Wecampane book the Republlca1 stole the office uv Attnrsey hintai leans our man BreCkimrig ldha too on the cover uv the campaae book a pietas reprlseu tin the Repab lien Court vs Appeals painted as fathered an with uplifted tummy haws drlvln our pore honest Iectlon I cammlebuners oat uv business IEI snmfbinl dint don an that soon t e Republicans will be cuslng us uv tealth uv aU the state ofricea ace uv beta altade to rare the question u office Btealln Now Mr Cheerm a- my final advice Is to glt neckham o hire sum more bent to help kick the Locivllle Herralci correspondents noI to have the Hartford Herr ld curt Qut In a dubleteaded dablccolnar aria tortal cenoun ln the Rep bllcan Cur stealin the office uv AtturoeyGlnta from our man Jirecktnrig Yournlnr Success n SUAMao- csbovoured by Worms palubut arisers lUated but devoured by worms A few days does of Whites Cream Ver Childoonce very mach to the surprise and joy of the fatmHalt the oneway rates plus 200 will take you to any point in t6e Great Southern via Rock Island System When and exactly how much from Beaver Dam are questlqns G D Beacon D P A Cincinnati 0 will take pleasure In anawering A Remarkable Rooord Chamberlains Cough Remedy hat a remarkable record It has been i use for over thirty years darfn which time many million bottle Ithasloaitbenthe treatmeutOl croup In thousand of homes yet daring an this time no cane has ever been reported to the manufacturers In which It Jailed to effect a cure When given as s ou as IIwilllint to take many children like It It contains no opium or other fiat lul substance and may be given 4s anartultjlForJa ksonNotso 8adImonmtalpfl their two days campaIgn aleaf night Col Holtz ezpresaed bl gself as highly pleased with the rectpI pek ofI find the people very hoepitabl and generous Jackson evidently ha many good people White I hart seen some of the dark pictures painted by the newspapers I was aware before r came that this community like many others contained elements of goodlas well DB bad We do not expect to do- a great work during our limited etay but we are here to investigate and bridge the way possibly for a longer campaIgnda trip across the mountains to get e view of the sorrouading country before leaving Capt Longmire and men contributed to the en wholtIhdreakJudge Hargis And Sheriff Callahan sidewalksRedgriuek theocourthousetldPsled In the service by standing up and testifying to their faith 21 YOQrsA Dyspoptla R H Foster 328 S ad St Salt beebotheredtlou for at yearll trled many dodo wtlh relief recently L got s bottle 1I pArlhnddesac fltJ Williams m Former Governor BradJeytI Take Republican Stump Goy William Iradey the man or whom the lest RepabUcen 4tete Cocventlon almost stamped wlllf11ake 11 serious of speeches nest month la favor of the ticket nominated by th t conventJos This derision was leached yestcf day afternoon It live already decided that the former Govesqr will speak at Ashland Lexlmglo- Owenabao London and BarbourvillBBowling Green and health permits thfsJlst will be great ly extended pftheIn Kentucky Js just recoverbpafrom a protracted tllnneeWhlch 1eonbec hl1 to ale home tot vera1 and 5lta et fhlree threat 8 i to make h perpaameniy an Invalid He was than prevented from givld g any definite reply to thee repeated nquests of the Republican Compel B Committee that he stump the Sta 1I1s physician advised him at h any active PoetidJlatloln the can palgn hvhie room Gov health sbowapnchdeddedlmpcovemeattiIr- IIng the put week thatCauthorl the commlttte yrterdflgtoarramgs- chedule a for him He wUlJot be 1IVn enough to begin speaking belqre t ftedspeeches as possible will be crowdeda Into hie programme Gov Bradleys Influence over bit audiencesandhis ability to rouse t etvoters to action make burl as pea or of groat valve In campalgo Work If his health enables him to stand tke strab111e wtti make a complete tosro t of prllctlf8btet he will deliver addressee at the ple tExtendedleaslbl r TPersonadyspepsia or oilier ntomochtro I will find that Kodol Dpapepslh ie digests what you eat and nsekee lie stomash sweet Tbla remedy J e J tJDyspepsiathe gllds or membranes dP ht stomach or digestive tract W eu C6gd ypurloodproprlated by the bloat and tisstiee Sold hq Z Wayne Griffin I The Abolition of Middle age Hall s century ago a man of forty bdIto have long since cat f adrift trans aU flee blncJIDrer robe youth sari to sssume thesppgtral C- nd deportment ofa pteld exemplary matron AU this has chaged in s wllchIs a contradiction ir the tbree1 ar ld Wepgnso many respects qiifie as much i maD elghttentx n mlddlse m n yeas SUFFEREP2p YEARS With Catarrh of tho Stomach Poru na Cured r t rfmJlCongrOClltnaD My DtterD98tot ng1V me pleas curaUyequalJUeaMrlnalia I baTe bbtiutiIDleted lRereat kae toe a gtiartaro fasentttry tNtht a HOoAhlldesceJatheeetronblu A few tattles of your eonsPlatofttDora4D reelXllj Yin liie8IitafiJHitem rf ayelclaa meAarISCHIrLftJJUDet000tAnhtB1lyovrpaddfapepstPte- mcee those o4ee J1tPtsrgi4 arI dod riiWrlteto ipoar eepga sad benquJ e- talpieteed to trlve1 II hilTat t eoit Addreabr ell be1cset =fJ- ut T J r i jcli la not the cue Middle age aofsr inns hctrpleg- no into so far even ffpns etandlegstillwould seem actually to have stepped backward and a 1l- atongalde of youth Thefe tsa a a buoyancy des etaetictq- bout the middle aged ot today at which our father would kavataeathllr heeds as aaeeeitlq Tie U hich once eeparatcd ripe piiddleagtrd- rentpa from his children afi1 eclup The cartels whichshrouded Bosttheimto be regarded with respect it laobei1Ieave made the schooh Utedhe tirtend of the schoolboy and the i 1- oIkct almost the tnmtadet tl hiarnsen the milddlreged man ot to y ijBev r11IngIs COlfJpettU it youth As with men ili aw1tli women SocIal etattetldans tell ietitettkeege atwhichwome ereconeiderednstlet eligible for man has beep notably ndPadcedo tale peak a fct ivafiaow lament yaUch the leas mainmR tertJtaf theWoet dreaded tlveie other darling are not tobe found so mach among raid girls her own age as Aniougwoatkaspbo not many pasta egtf wealil havoseea relegated Id Ute ranks et 1rJope old rnaideshtwd The act that l middle aged lady of today Ie mach ofnentered not oaly reason this bat It tll among the meat potent he Spectator t How deep must e Brpane syalpa tky for the poor workman ii he rives that 111goospaq pt horses into SteepkernlzConstipation L AIHI all sytbptoms and Results of IsdlpstJ lbsttrtalrreereirMeitiesf DR CARlSTEDT i S- 8ERIIfllYE8POWjER NtatptMYrNttna+ w IIf E B Ma tot Kv niiaaertaw w tnadpat a watt ee- as M5ja oaruauumtr r eut e tyaw a h ae- p e ura mr Ma dtt set McarhodTowtaaeq till Atl iRCAN PMARDIACA4 pr aruvleslad I r Groves TlsteJeSChiD Tonic MDoIIhottIoIDoeI i- 1adoseA wlti ldtftlry kttJe II oTen 7pKkqe el erewallKk ltset4fvee Pllin R a f Y a JiI ij Hartford Republican toned by the Hartford 1obllnhlDg Company ixcosrotuvin U E SHITIIMMMMEdUr rEr2CPDCOTDC- C= rlarlcSMMl902t- ouCh nlrQZFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 Do we want Beckham and pardons for four years more WHICH do you want Belkunp and prosperity or Beckbam and pardons It Is for the voter to decide IT ia now less than six weeks until the election and every Republican should be up and at his post ExObvERNOB W O Bradley will make a series of speeches in behalf of the Republican ticket next month IF you appreciate the benefits of n Republican administration vote the ticket that insures their continuance IT is reported that the Democrats have resorted to a still hunt in this county Republicans should be on the alert Onto COUNTY Republicans will have a chance to see Col Belknap the next Governor ofKentucky next Thursday Tai Hartford Herald must think it can make morn votes by waving the bloody shirt than any argu ment it can produce Trite Judicial District can be car ned for the Republican ticket if the proper effort is made on behalf of the Republicans and Independents THE Republicans of Kentucky have a golden opportunity this year to redeem the State from Democratic misrule and the mismanagement of State aflaSrs AT Lawrenceburg last Monday Col Morris Belknap was advertised to speak but two Democratic speak ers secured the court house and refused him the use of it This is the same sort of tactics the Democrats tried on Gov W 0 Bradley in Olio IF as 31r Beckham contends ho and the other Democratic candidates for the State offices in 1899 were honestly elected why did three Democratic State election commis sioners award the the certificates of election to the other fellows Was it a mistake of the head or heart HARTFORD extends a cordial wel come to the strangers who will b0 within her gates next week While we are a little behind in the matter of streets electric light and water works no town of its size in the world can boast of a better or more hospita blo citizenship or more pretty girls WE learn from Judge Robbins that a Republican must pay 880000 in order to get the appeal granted him bylaw we learn from Mr Speighi that a Democrat must pay the cam paign committee 80000 to get a pardon allowed him by Gov Beck ham Is this n sample of the Equal and exact justice that Jefferson wrote about THE presiding Judge who held the examining trial of Ben Burgess last Monday took occasion to say some pretty bard things about whisky sa loons and lawlessness and he said nothing that is not authorized by tin facts in this county The sale and consumption of bad whisky is increasing in this county and its increase cat bo fairly measured by the increase of homicides in the county Mn J 0 SPEIGHT Republican nominee for Secretary of State spok at Princeton last Monday and in hi s speech cbarged that Mr Beckbac pledged himself to pardon a man in Graves county convicted of murder for the sum of 80000 to be paid in to the Democratic campaign fund He defied Mr Beckham to deny the statement and said ho was prepared to prove it by Democrats We con fess surprise We bad thought the war claim shavers and assessments on the enormous attorneys fees paid by the State would meet the reqUire- ments of the campaign This charge if true is the culmination point of our administration conceived in theft perpetuated by fraud and dying in disgrace SPECIAL Judge Robbins has ruled that Caleb Powers will have to raise 80000 to pay for a transcript of the evidence in bis case before he can succeed in getting the Appellate Court to review the finding oftbo lower court It is a wellknown fact that Powers is unable to pay fQr a transcript of the evidence of his case and the law directs that when this is true the Circuit Judge shall order the transcript furnished the same shall be paid for by the county out of tho county levyas other claims are paidKy Stat Sec 4042 AnsI yet tho Democrats continue to claim that Powers is being treated fairly THE people of the good old county of Ohio have long ago become accustomed to attend the Ohio Count Fair and as tho time for the Fair each year approaches the good farm er and his wife talk over the matter and decide to attend No matter huw short the crop may be no mat ter how bad other things are needed they can not afford to miss the Fair The Fair this year promises to bo tho best over held in the county greater preparations have been made than ever before and more stalls have been spoken for and tbo Indications are more favorable for n large crowd than has heretofore attended the Fair This is as it should be The people after working hard for an entire year merit some recreation and a few days spent at the Fair will be a great relief from the toil of the farm and the shop Tho Fair this year begins on September 30 Wednesday ot next week SflULLHOUS KY Sept 2Ip1rs H D Hurt wal agreeably surprised recently by n visit from her sister Mrs Henry Young Millwood and her niece Mw Waddle and little son Rockport Ky Mrs Dr Ellis Miller and child Sulphur Springs were the guests of Mrs Millers parents Mr and Mrs George Reid and other relatives sev eral days last week Mr Ed Curtis and family and Mr Harry Everly and wife have moved from this vicinity to Rockport Ky Miss Katie Hawkins Hartford has returned to her home from a visit to relatives She was accompanied to her home by her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and cousins Miss Ethel and Master Ed Hunter Messrs Joe Bullock and George Greer are each preparing to build a new dwelling Misses Ethel Hunter and Katie Hawkins are attending the State Fair at Owensboro Mrs John Drake Is quite ill at this writingMrs Mary Rowe and daughter Miss Nina Centertown spent several days last week the guests of Mr Rowesslster Mrs Sam Morton Mrs Ed Balls Rockport Ky is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs R H Everly Mr P B Taylor went to Evans vllle last Saturday with several cattle for the market Miss Lelia Hunter spent last week the guest of her cousins the Misses GeigerMr George Ferguson Is dangerously 111 of typhoid fever Mr Ed Cleaves who has been quite 111 Is much better Mr A M Hunt Is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs H D Hunt v 0 YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INO When you take Oroyea Tuteleu Chill Tonic be cixone the formula la plainly printed on ever bottle showing that It li empty Iron and Quinine In ataitcIoM form No Care No Pay Z8c DUNDEE KY Sept s3The work under the mill Is now in a big way Messrs Ellis Mitchell and James Duff were in town Sunday Miss Josle Patterson is on the sic list this week Mr James Sprole has quite an ugly face this week on account of the crank slippingtMr W S Dean has moved into his new house Messrs Moses and Estill Crawford of Smlthland are in town this week Mr George Cummings will move to Dundee next week Mr Wilburn Dever wilt leave next week for Davless county for a fe weeksI For a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets an- a quick cure Is certain For sale by J H Williams m WH1TESVILLE KY Sept 22Mrs Livia Cecil went to Cecillan last week to visit relatives- A few of Miss Edna Blrkheads friends spent a pleasant day with her Sunday and attended Zion church Mrs Bernyce Pope has returned to her home in Owensboro after a weeks visit to relatives here Mr Cheater Keown of Hartford was here Monday Miss Annie McBrady has gone to attend the State Fair Mr Alden Lake of Owensboro spent Saturday and Sunday here Mrs Lake of Owensboro is visiting her daughter Mrs Thomas HickeyMiss Carrie McCarty has returned home titter a two weeks visit to rela tives at Lewisport Mr Lonnie McCarty went to Lewis port Saturday to accompany his sis homeMr Beeler Calhoon Is visit ing relatives here Mr Willie Nave Philpot was In town Sunday A crowd of people from here went to the State Fair today Mr and Mrs D L Jackson are spending the week at the State Fair o Notice From now until the first day ol Oc tober 1903 we will receive sealed bids on the lower room of the Mason ic building at Dundee Ohio county Ky For particulars or further in formation apply to J A WBSTERFJBLD l E G Da J KIRBVJ Cora E P Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and Impeded respi ration Give frequent small doses of Ballarde Horehound Syrup the child will cry for It and at the first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Bal lardss Snow Liniment externally to the throat 500 at J II Williams DEATH FOR JETT The Jury Sentenced Curts Jett to Han Murdered James Cockrill Cyntblana Ky Sept a3Theex pected occurred when at 505 oclock this afternoon the jury trying Curtis Jett for the murder of Town Marshal James Cockrlll ol Jackson returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the pnnish went at death The case was submitted to the jury at 242 In the afternoon and as the atternoon dragge slowly along and nothing was heard from the jury room many persons were included to the belief tht there would je no verdict hnt none doubtto that the mojiiHy of jurors would rttand out for a death peraty ant refuse to make It compromise 03 tin guilt of this defendant scented clearly proven and the character of the crlm was such that justice demanded teat the juty take no middle course Jeit took the verdict unflrncblngly but not with an air ot bravado which he exhibited when he was sentenced to life Imprisonment for killing J B Marcum He will be sentented Tuesday While the friends of the defendant uisert that the case has been rail loaded because the Democratic candidate for Governor felt that he must have a death penalty in the Jett case to make his argument against assassi nation more plausible the prosecu ting attorneys say that do not believe that there Is In the record any error prejudicial to the substantial rights of thedefendant and they do not be lieve that the Court of Appeals will disturb the judgment RENDER KY Sept 22Mr Riles Wilson of Ecbols was In this city Monday the guest of his daughters Mrs John Carr and Mrs Will Boone Mr Tom Morgan Beaver Dam was In town Sunday Mr A J Caseyof NashvllleTenn was In town yesterday- Dr and Mrs H B Innls visited in Hartford Sunday Mr Simon Jones went to Hartford yesterdayMr M Maddox of Rockport was in town yesterday- Mr Ben Woodruff returned Monday from St Charles where has been visiting his parents Mr Virgil VanMeter went to Louis vine Sunday to be examined as tele graph operator Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keown of Hartford was in town yesterday Mr SB Fillmore will leave Thurs day for St Charles to make It his fu tune home Mr J S Spence went to Central City Saturday Mr I P Barnard of Louisville was in town today Gountorfoltskcounterfeit but the truth of this state ment is never more forcibly realized er more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine De Witts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shrevepore La says After using numerous other reme dies without benefit one flax of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding itching and pro truding plies no remedy is equal to Soldwby Z Wayne Grime m o KYaE Pate and little daughter of Hartford spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Pates parents Mr and Mrs J W Pate Mr Claude McKInney was in town Saturday Miss Bessie Hocker left Sunday for Centertown where she has a position as milliner with Rowe Morton Mr Sam Taylor went to Owensboro Sunday Miss Emma Morton of Centertown who has been visiting Miss Gussle Woodward has gone home Mr Will Monroe was in town Sun dayMiss Fannie Barnes has returned home from Cincinnati where she has been for several days Mr and Mrs Estls Taylor went to Owensboro Sunday Misses Mary and Martina and Mr Charlie Bennett were in town Sun day Miss Maude Camp of Habit visit ed Miss Pauline Dawson last Saturday and Sunday Mr Leonard Taylor was in town SaturdayRev W Coakley alter an ex tended visit to his mother In Greens burg has returned home New Goods at Najrowsi We now have the nicest line of Dress Goods and Millinery we have ever purchased Our Millinery Department with Miss Effie Shreve In charge cant be beaten in Ohio county Miss Shreve was reared In Louisville but has spent a part of her life in the county She is a plain commonsense girl but at the same time is refined and cultured and is peculiarly adapted to a village Millinery shop being well up with the times and onto all tbe new styles Dont go farther than Narrows If you want a nice Dress or Hat Very respectfully Renfrow Armendt Co Poorly I IC For two I suffered ter rlbly from dyspepsia with great depression and was always feeling poorly I thentrled Ayers Sarsa I McDonatdPbltadelpbla Dont forget that its Ayers Sarsaparllla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the old tested tried and true Ayers Sarsaparilla ILMtMtk AllinnltU Aik joar doctor wti at he drinks of Aycri llanartua lie knoe llnboutU ltKr old f mllr medicine Follow UU tdTtc and w will sumed J 0 lrxa eoLowetI Us ROCKPORT KY Sept 2sMr Will Scraggers and md Miss Maud Tllford of city vere married at the home ol the brides parents Sunday Mrs Sam Gambrel died at her home here Saturday night from Her remains were taken to RumseyIand burled in the local danday evening Men from Cincinnati Ohio have commenced work on a large boul mill here which employs about twenty menMiss Fannie Carney of Paducah Is with Miss Maud Calrnes The protracted meeting which has beet In progress at Pond Run church for the past two weeks closed Satur lay night with twtnttwo conver Ions Rev AIHe Weir and Rev Law rence were In charge Jack Harris of Fordsvllle was ar rested here Friday by marshal Brlston on the charge of drnnkeness He vas lodged In the city jail and taken hefore Judge Fulkerson and confessed o his guilt Mr and Mrs Goodall of Center townwere the guests of Mr and Mrs Robt Harrel Sunday Miss Mamie Tichenor has returned from a visit to Miss Mattie Robertson at Pond Run The Infant baby of Mr and Mrs David Vaughn of Echols one mil South died suddenly Sunday night Its remains were burled in the Pond Run church graveyard Sunday even ing The three months old child Of Mr Cargal of Echols this county was found dead In bed Thursday mornlpg It Is supposed It was smothered to death Its mother died only two months ago Its remains were bur fed at McHenry Have you- Decided To come to- THE PAIR NARROWS KY Sept 2tMtss Willie Turnbam has returned from Olaton and reports a pleasant trip Mr J R Whltescarver returned home from South Carrollton to visit his family Saturday night and SundayMrs Whitescarver Is on the sick list at this wrlttlng Mr Fitzhugh Renfrew dnd wife have returned from Louisville Little Bessie Renfrow Is on the sick listThere is going to be a livery stable go up In our town soon Mr Bud Sandnsky and Miss Pearl Hunt Mr Moses Coppage and Miss Laura Sandusky went to Fordsvllle and Snlphur Springs Sunday Miss Effie Shreve Louisville has taken charge of the millinery department for Renfrow Armendt Co Mr Ollle Wimsatt and Miss Effie Shreve went to Hulls Creek church SundayMr R Renfrow has his new residence completed and has moved la Mr J D Renlrow and wife are vis- Iting friends and relatives In Karelins burg and Cloverport Miss Lena Bennett spent Saturday night and Sunday In Fordsvllle 0 A 5000 Suit Ifmmmm GIVENAWAYIf r person buy your goods from us from now until tho end o tho year and got a guofes a tho length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess tho exact number of hours or tho one guessing the nearest to the ex act number of hours the can dlo will burn gets tho Furni spentgetsOrand a guess It costs you maybeopen to all cash customers Como to see us and get morn for your money than you are offered elsewh- ereCARSON CO HARTFORD KY 1 THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR i jo rwo oo= JIt t A TAFFY KY 1 Sept 22Farmers are about through cutting tobacco The recent frost has done but little if any damage i The prayer meeting was largely attended Saturday night at Mt Morlah- If nil reports be true it will be bet ter for some of the young men of this to leave off whisky drink- Ing especially before going to prayer Robert Brandon filled his reg ular at Union Grove Saturday night and Sunday It not hindered be will begin a protracted meeting on Saturday night before the third Sunday In next month Mr Herbert Coy of Saturday night and Sunday Mr Tom Sprinkle and sister ol LafToon attended church Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs George Early attend e 1 church at Adaburg Sunday Mr Author Davis made a short call to see his brother Sunday morning The Mt Morlah school has begun and Is nicely under the ofJohn Hamilton d Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local as they cannot mach diseased portion cf the ear There Is only one way to cure deafness and that Is by remedies Deafness is caused by at Inflamed rendition of the mncuoui lining of the Enstachlan Tube When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect heal- Ing and when It ia entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the Inflamatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine uses out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but at Inflamed condition of the mucous give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness caused by catani that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Ctffe Send circulars free F J Cherry Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills ore the best One Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup I By virtue of executions No 2054 2057 2056 and 2055 B Iti directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in fa vor of Ben D RIngo against Helfrlch Lumber Company Iorone 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 expose to public sale 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 rr overacrosa the stump three feet from the ground now stfiidlng upon the following de north cf the same land sold by R M Walker to Alex Den by the lands ot Elijah Morr on the South by the lands ol Albert Davis and FL Felix and on the West by the lands of B F Sullenpcr contain ing two hundred and sixteen acres more or less Also levied same upon alout 132 black ptk and white oak sew logs cut i and lying said lard LvIed upon all as the proper ty ol tbe defendant Helfrich Lumber Company by going said land aid posting notices H P Taylor Eq filtorne fur said defendant of this levy deCencat hav- Ing no agent In this county and fU ing into l session the 132 saw 1ign aforesaid I This leyy in mnde subject to levy of executions No 257or 16 40 execution No 254 for 4 f and 2055 for Et9 45 lp Uiit same In Witness mIhand till 9th d of Sr timber r CAT P Know HO B CUESTSR KKOWU D S i 1 TO I I or one of my will bo at the named every in Ohio coun ty an to pay taxes in the where listed but those who fail to in tho aro likely to find their on tho first of with all and costs Ralph Oct 7 Hefts Thursday Oct 8 Oct 12 I Bells Run Tuesday Oct 13 Olaton Friday Oct 9 Horse Branch Saturday Oct zo Balzetown Oct 7 Cromwell Thursday Oct 8 Wysoz Monday Oct 12 Rosine Oct 12 Rockport Oct 7 Centertown Thursday Oct 8 Ceralvo Friday Oct 9 McHenry Saturday Oct to Smallhous Monday Oct 12 Point Pleasant Tuesday Oct 13 Narrows Wednesday Oct 7 Shreve Thursday Oct 8 Trisler Friday Oct 9 FoHsvllIe Saturday Oct id Deanefleld Monday Oct 12 Herbert Tuesday Oct 13 Megan Oct 14 in Fast and West Beaver Dam can pay to Beaver Dam Bank and those in and can CAL P KEOWN I Sheriff Ohio Raised From Tho Dead C W Landls Porter lor the neuralgia In deed I did and I Rot a bottle of Bollards Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I had deposed of my bottle I was cur ed entlrlly I am tellen de truth too 250 soc and ipo at J H i Williams m made to receive Cot Belkuap at the Ohio County Fair next Thursday Come to the Fair and you will see him and at the same time you will get to see the biggest Fair ever held in Ohio county DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK I Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure of the wonderful I i 1 i cures made by Dr III III cal triumph of the nine umpteenth century dls I after years of research Dr Kilmer the emf s nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is I i bios and Drlght Disease form of kidney Dr ommended for ney liver or Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor 16 pur I chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement been made by of this huI who have not already tried It may sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to offer In this pape r and send your address to- Dr amton regular fifty cent dollar sUes are sold Dont make any the name SwampRoot Pro Kilmers SwampRoot and the address BInghamton JY on every boltlo I 4 Ss s 4 L r oQ oc I GOOD MUSIC GOOD AAND GOOD TIME AT 1HE FAIR NEXT WEE- IIhcNcWSh0Y5 DunU ij CompoSCd 0136 Pieces Will Furnish MUSIC 1m 1M mir community meetingRev appointment Hayncsvllle Davise progressing management applications constitutional servicesWe Minute Cough SHERIFFS SALE Manufacturing Ottlojcounty Hartfordbelng byt the0reKnlnlt Manufacturing tberlnclto andI testimonywhrtnf CI WARNING TAXPAYERS Deputies following mentionedI taxpayer opportunity precinct J11entionedIHartford meantime property advertised November penalties attached Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Taxpayers living precincts Deposit Fordsvillo vicinity DankingCompany County ComingGreat SwampRoolthe remedyl 1scientific curinglame troubler biaddertroubleWhen KlimerCoBing ThoI r1h OrH Louizilte 9I saysI riCCtpppppiii t t- IWe want to See YOU U Ii E WellTreatY ouRightii We know you dont like to be pulled andjhauled all over n Clothing Store passed I through tho gauntlet of clerks and finally i 1 turned over to the proprietor simply because you do not find exactly what you want and C you dont want some little whippersnapporof a clerk to insist upon you taking what you dont want You have doubtless boon f through this ordeal and vowed you wouldInever go into that store again Youre right You dont have to If you will come to our tore you will not havo to encounter any of IIIShould stand oil its merits and a firstclass JClothing house always has a largo enough as sortment for a man to bo suited without hav ing something forced upon him which ho for Jever dislikes Come our way If wo cannot tpossibly suit you wo will treat you kindly just tho same Ono thing is curtain if wo 1 ityouIdo not findSspend a with us This is a fair proposition Como and see for yourself v i t CARSON 2 1I fl CO 1 i- 1Ii I HARTFORD KENTUCKY lIicccaca 4 j ACTAYLORzJ Undertaker j I have just received full lino of Coffins Caskets Try and Robes my Hearse is of the latest pattern and t strictly uptodate I have procured tho services Mr Wallace Duncan an experienced and Embalmer Washing layingout and ofJa specialty My House is open day and Calls answdred on short notice i t A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky t X r rfrf4 h 4 1 At the Owensboro Pants Factory Fire Sale i M heavytcotton worsted Pants at 50c heavy lined jeans Pantss at 50c fine corduroy Pants at 8150 allVIool Cassimere Pants 125 the finest casB mere and worsted patterns ever made in this factory nt 150 X175 and 82 These goods sell at clothing houses at 300 to 500 per pair i A few hundred pair of heavy eottoD1de Pants at 25c per pair boys knee Pants at lOc to 50e for Pants sold elsewhere at 25e to 125 per pair TAILORING DEPARTMENT i Suits made to order 1000 and up Pants made to order 150 to 350 for Pants you would pay a tailor 500 to 1000 per pair t Also a small lot of Pants slightly damaged by Water at prices too low to mention iAt Factory Where Fire East Main St Two ctolryi s2 444 444 44444444444 44 Jt a- I JUST A WORD TO YOU ABOUt OUR i jNEW FALL GOODS t i b We have used the utmost taro in selection Bought =1 1 t9nt the lowest possiblo cnih prico and now have our = 1 J shelves loaded with the best the market aflorde We tcordially invite you to see our stock Wo will then domonstrntc the difforunco between CASH BUYING = S and CASH SELLING and CREDIT BUYING nndt CREDIT SELLING tl- tt bfo ReadyMade SkirtsfZ Only 3t8 for instep Skirt nIlwool Melton withE n strapsstitino piping cording sues buttons This n nstYfish and neat garment comes in Navy Blue and trI o kind YOU usually pay 500 for I 41 13Woolen Dress GoodsE 1 bfFiftysixincht4 kind that most houses chnrgo 135 for only three n Yards to Skirt our prico 100 per yard 1tM Fortyfourincli ZiQjlene Gnmet Green Navy tt I 1 Drown and Castor the now fabrics for tiro coat suits t- Ci 1 n overywlioro else our special price to you is o0Besides these speals wo arc showing the Verso trans Granites Scddl Mixtures Etc nt astonish ui- ng1Y= low prices t i Millinery Departmettt tae J 1 Our opening was a grand success Hats the prot = waytItt if you are after the latest follow the crowd to our courteouslyfattr Centerf I t RepublicanjI nQbto Coupty fair September 3oOhio County Fair NbIleMeal at RUeys market ouse See Sherlfl Keowns notice to tax payeraina this Issue Gov Beckbni has been Invited to be lit the Ohio Couuty I1nlr next week Men 01 Oak Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the 1a right stuff I Men of oak are men in rugged health men whose bodics arc made of the sound j estmatenals i Childhood the time to lay l 1 1 thc foundation for a sturdy con i stttution thatwill last for years Scott Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them build a firm I ndation fora sturdy consti tuti0n- I Send for frea eampte SCOTT sir SOWNB ChemIsts p4OD P arIStreet Now York I 90ti and 1100 I aUdrun1ata Read Davies Co Ilk lit Tr Co ad AUTOMOBILE Race nest week at the Ohio County Pair Visit Hertford during the Big Ohio County Fair next week Cot Belknap will beat the Ohio County Pair next Thursday Cot M B Belknap nominee tor Governor will be at the Pair next week Oh Miss Menalt Ill steal you and take you to the Oblo County Fall next week The Floating Studio will be at Hartford September 28 and will re mein until January t U Dont fall to visit us next week while sttending the Ohio Couaty I Pair CARSON Co A S Yewell Osteopath Ex IDr lon and Consultation treeRoom- r12 Horl Master Ryan Ringo who has been sick or levers for several days Is do- Ing as well as Could be expected Besides the uumerous attractions at the Pair next week Cot BelknApwill be here Thursday and GOY Beckham has heenlnvlted We have Snits for big men little men long end slim or thick or thin men Dont be afraid that you cant get a fit ARSON Co Rev J C Clintrlll returned Tues day from the M U Conference at Covington He wee reaelgned to the No Creek circuit We have jest received 3 caSes oj Blue Pound Prlxts 40 yards to the bundle which we are selling at t oo Yon bed better come quick If you wAnt to get a bundle CARSON Co 1 r b QHO SEi 1 18 MANS FRIEND SEETHE HORSE AT ITS BEST INTHE OHIO COUNTY FAIR Next Wook City Restaurant Buutlful line of Rugs at Fair lit Co Mrs Joe Barnett Is 111 but not dan ously so- Nice hot Lunch at CIty Restaurant at aU hours Every farmer should take an inter est In the Fair Alt the new Woolens for shirts and Suits at Fairs Fresh Oysters served In any style at City Restaurant The new abides In aU wool TriCots at 2Sc are at Fairs Thelprettiest things to eat during the Pair McCaU Patlems at Fair lit Cos Soc and r5c None higher Good Music Good Races and a Good time at the Fair neat week Pair lit Cos new Oxfords for Waists nt 15c and Soc are much admired City Restaurant Is headquarters for Oysters Fish Celery Fruits e New Snit Cues Trunks Tele scopes and Leather lilgs arc at Falra Get your meals during the Fair at City Restaurant Everything first class Buggies at greatly reduced prices for a short bare at T J Turley Cos Hardware Stoves Saws Bolts Cooking StoVNC at T J Tnrley CoeNlcest and freshest tine of Cakes and Crackers lu Hartford at City Rae taurant The beat Band In the State will furnish duslc for the Ohio County Pair week The Newsboys Band oj Louisville compoaed of 36 ptecea will furnish Music Fair week Rev H M Crow preached an able sermon at the Methodist church last Sunday morning Millinery orders are piling up at Fair lit Cos Come catty we can serve you better The Floral Display will he the largest this year at the Fair that has ever been at any Fair Pairs 36lnch Teffetta sUk at 100I and their zy4nch Peau de Sole silk I at 125 are big values I Mr Ray Addington and Miss Grace I eldof SmaUhous were married n- Qweneboro I Wednesday I Fairs a11 wool Melton Readymade Shirts at 348 are exactly the same as other horses want E4 50 for When you seed a Suit dont fail to visit us It Is our desire to please you ECONOMY S1OA- EO5Ta0PAT1IYDr D W King is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf We have the Clothing you want at the price you want 1 ECgtrojV STORE Remember T J Turley Co handle all kinds of Grass Seeds Stock Peas c and their priceS are right Insurance is cheep anld a fires ex pensive MoralInsure your property with R T Colllua the Insurance man Special attractiouti are scheduled for each day Qf the Ohio County Fur which convenes next Wednesday and continues lour days Jn r Your winter coal has to be hauled your wagon perhaps wilt not do for the work T J Turley 8t Co will sell you a wagon cheap Mr R T Collins has succeeded WG Hardwick In the Insurance business in Hartford and he repre seats the best company Born to Mr and Mrs Rocker Will Jams Birksvllte Ky a gIrl Mrs Williams was formerly Miss Bade Austin of Beaver Dam Remember when you come to the Pair next week to bring along enough chAnge to pay your subscription for another year to TnE RxPUBuca- wWANrznEverybody to visit out Dress Goods department Best line HartjfordThe Directors of the Hartford Pub lIahlng Company have employed S A Anderson to edit Tiz RJtPUBUCAN during the illness of editor Smith We hpve school shoes of all sizes and descriptions Will sell you one I pair or one hundred pairs as you like CARSON lit Co I Good premiums sad extra attrac tions will bring great crowds to the Ohio County Fair next week Its to be the greatest Fair ever held here Our readtowes tailored Dress Skirts are all splendid values See them price them and bay one ECONOMY DRY Goons STOU BUGGIES of aU kinds Rubber Tires Steel Tires Top Buggies Cut Top Buggies H M T BuggIes anti H M T Buggies at T J Turley lit Cos during the Pair Mr C E Smith editor of TIm Ra- PUDr1CAN has a well developed case of typhoid fever His physicians say he la doing as well as could be expected lilt Is a Suit you want visit us and look through our line and you will buy one Our 4750 and zooo suits will surprise you ECONOMY STORE Mr A C Taylor has purchased two handsome gray horses to use lu his undertaking business He now has one oUhe most handsome funeral turnouts In the Green River Country WANTKDEverybody to visit our ro cent ribbon counter AU colors25C values for roc First and 2nd days of the Fair only EcoNOMY DRY Goons STORE John D Foster the Cash Grocery man has rented the Dining Han and Cigar stand at Fair Grounds and will be prepared to feed the entire crowd who attends the Ohio County Pair WANTEnEverybody to look at our line of Ladles Tallormade Skirts ranglegin price from 150 to roo Our 230 Skirts Is exceptionally good value EcoxoMY SToaE Mr David LondonJlving nearRo sIne lost his residence and most ui Its contents together with his barn by fire Monday afternoon Loss about 1000 No inauraoce we under stand The Hartford Pair Grounds are the prettiest the Pair will be the best the races will be the fastest the horses will be the nicest the crowds will be the largest ever seen at the PairSepta 304 days Perhaps It wilt be your 9nly opportunity toseeCol Belknap at the pair He will be here on the on Thursday October t I93 and wants to see every man woman and child In Ohio County at the Pair on that day Ursa Lyda Morton has resigned her position In the post office and will accept a position In Carson lit Cos Big Store where she will be glad to see her friends Mies Maggie Marks has succeeded her In the post ffice Our stock was never more complete and our customers are comlnghlck and fast If you want the pick and choice of the worlds best you had better get is line Come quick CARSON lit Co Cot J T Moore cashier of the Bank of Hartford was elected Vice President of the Kentucky Bankers Association at I1opklusvl11e less week Col Moore Is a very capable Banker and thghonor Is well merited We bought 20 dozen pair Pants worth from 125 to 300 which wear offering this and next weeks at l roo per pair Ityoa are Inte of Pants ask to see this splendid tot CAnsoN lit Co Dont forget the Aptomobile race at the Pair grounds on Thursday of the Ohio County Pair The automobile to beentered here are regular raclnl machines The winner of the race a- Indlanapolis In July will be one o the entries Every day will be the best at the Ohio County Fair You cannot afford to miss a single day Ifyou d- you o will miss the best attractions The automobile race will be something never seen at the Ohio Count 1 Fair before Mrs P A Paul Doniphan Mo Mrs Mary Jones of Paducah Mrs Lou Woodward near town Mrs Wood Tinsley and Fannie Taylor city and Mrs Eliza Barnett Kinder hook visited the family of Esq J A last Friday evening The examining trial of Ben Jrgess charged with the murder of James W Clerk of Rosine on Sep tember 12 wub had before Judge Miller Monday Burgess was held to answer the charge under 5oo bond which he was unable to give We have just received the largest and best assortment oj MllInery goods ever brought to Hartford We have goods from Indianapolis St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville markets so you may be sure of getting just what you want at very lowest prices at the Economy Dry Good Store Carson lit Co are having a new store house adjacent to their big store built 24xSo feet two stories high and when completed they will have the largest business house In Ohio coun ty They carry about 40000 stock of goods and handle almost every thing The winter weather le now approaching and the time Jor fires has arrived So be perfectly serene and to feel secure from fire you should insure your property against loss by fire See R T Collins the Insurance agent He represents the beat corn panics On last Saturday at the Hartford Fair Grounds the Hartford and Nuck lea ball teams crossed bats and the score resulted In a game of 13 to r4 In favor of the Hartford team The game was witnessed by a large number of people and was highly enjoyed by all present We see from the papers that Ohio county has suffered considerable of tate wIth some very destructive fires You should be protected against lose by fire by Insuring your property with R T Collins the insurance man The best policies written and protection guaranteed Marriage license A n Stewart and Ptdella Hoover Ira Pirtle and Irene Wise Roscoe M Acton and NoUle Duke ArvllJe L Ashby and Verdia Shoulders Willie English and Tishe Hobdy Wm Scoggins and Maude Tnford n C Cochan and Roll Baize Clarence Gentry and Cora A Neighbors The peanut fiend da always at al most every entertainment and he was at the court house Tuesday night and the floor was literally covered with peanut hulls the next morning This should be stopped No one would like for the floor of his busl pees house to be covered with peanut huns and of course a public hall sbonld be protected from such prat tiest TheHartfordLyceum Club gape the first 0fa series of entertainments at the collrt house Tuesday night at whlchJ Williams Macy appeared bestlandmake money out of these entertaln + ments but they ate given for the ben efit of the public land should be wen patronized by our people Was Lizzie Sorrels of Beaver Dam came to Hartford last Saturday and employed Attorney W H Barnes to Institute a suit for breach of promise against MrK V Williams for 5000 It seems that Mr Williams had been paying his attention to Miss Sorrels for about two years and was engaged to marry her and on September r 1903 he was married to an other lady and In consequences thereof he has been sued for 5ooo dam ages The case la similar to the suit here sometime ago oj Shields vs James la the Ohio Circuit Court Mr Williams is worth considerable money and atasdswell In his coprmu- nity Miss Sorrels Is1t poor girl but has a goOd Pt1taiton OA CnABen the ill Ilad Tai lie Asa Bsipll 1of4 H f H MENTIONtI 1 Sam Bach was In LoulRVUle this week Mr A C Taylor was In Owensboro Monday A R Carson Louisville is In town this week J D Stevens Dundee was In town WednesdayMr MAddox Rockport In town Tuesday wasI M S Ragland was In Megan day and Wednesday Mr B S Chamberlain No Creek called to see us Tuesday R Holbrook and S Tr Stevens are In Owensboro this week Pearl England of Daltlwore Md is visiting relatives In Hartford Mr and tIre Paul Woodward visit ed relatives here the first of the week Mr and Mrs H p Taylor returned Sunday from a few days stay In Chi cagoMr and Mrs R E L Slmmermanm are In Owensboro attending the State Pair J W Shartzer of Grayson county visited Rsq J A Park and tamily lutIweek Mr T A Fowler Gulfport Miss Is visiting friends In Hartford this week W C Smith and little son of Mc Henry were callers at this office yes terday Misses Laura Morton and BIzabeth- Sanderfur left yesterday to attend the State Fair- Wayne Westbrooks of Stanley Ky was a pleasant caller at this office last SatnrdayIMrs Strother Hawkins and Miss Ethel Hunter called atTuEIREPUBUC AN office Friday Mrs Wayne Joplin of Crowley La Is the guest oj the famllle of Messrs W H and Z Wayne Griffin Mrs E W Smith of Ceralvo is at the bedside of her son Mr C E Smith who has typhoid feverIThe Fair Will be th- eBEST lAIREver held in Oldo County 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 mod rtte priceR- eward I will pay twentyfive dollars for the return of my horse which was taken or stolen from my farm near Flint Springs Ky on Friday night September 4 1903 Description sor ref 15 hands high g years old small scat below the left ear abed In front Cash in Beaver Dam Deposit Bank L WDAuOnnR1V Cromwell Call Olf A CTaylor 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 CI Wedding to Speak reIquested by the State Republican Campaign Committee to make some speeches for the ticket during the present campaign and he has copsent- ad to do so Col Wedding Is a capable and flu ent speaker and has long since as- tabllehed a reputation all one of the best speakers in the State Ills ap polntmenta will be published later SULPHUR SPRINGS KY Sept 23There la a great deal of sickness In this community st pies ant Mrs Rnth Bean has the flax MrW F Bean and wife are visit lug In Oweneboro this week There la talk of us having another hotel and teed stable Prot J Ham Barnes of Beaver Dam i4 who has been employed as Superintendent of the City Schools 01- Boawell Ind will take up his duties the early part olSeptember Prol Barnes has many friends among Ken lucky teachers that regret very much- toI see him leave KentuckySouth ern School JournalI C na I Successful Wheat And Timothy Growing lt 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 necee EvoryIrarmerFertilizer All agree that it improves the Timothy crop very materially Now the only question to bo decided iS havoboonngdGrnssthese questions and if we meet with successful contradiction yShooBrandyou for twenty yenraIt is the Horse Shoo Brand that any Hof our largest Wheat producers hnvo used year after year Why do they stick to these goods so closely Bo cause they got full value for their money Why isit that all Fertilizer ngents tell your that their goods are ns good as Horse Shoe goods Because they know that Horse- Shoe Fertilizers are all right and tliero is none better Consider these facts from a strictly business standpoint and we believe you will not be satisfied to sow your crop without somo of our Horsp Shoo Brand of Fertilizers We carry six grades in stock at the following prices SOC 100 120 130 150 and 165 per hundred pounds Superior Wheat Drills Wo introduced this Drill in this territory fouryore ago and it has become the favorite with all farmers who have 1Drilltime We have it Their cost in comparison to their sore t ice is very small Investigate this Drill and you cro sure a to buy oho E P BARNES BRO a I Beaver Dash KentuckTe If Its Bargains t YoU ARE LOOKING FOR CallatMyStorey0 if m I rn 1I milLr i ffi Mob Prices as Follows Mons Black Clay Worsted Suits 26oeizcs35 to 92 Nice aUwool Suits nIl colors 425sizes 35 tQ 42 Youths black Clay Worsted Suits 250sizes 14 to 19 Boys nl wool Suits 150sizos G to 14 Mons black wool Pants 100 Youths namo 100- SHOESHamiltonBrown I guaranteedovoyr aPair Mon s Fine Sunday Shop VomcnsFino Shoes 125 Big lino of aoys and Girls School Shoestir Io JPrites will astonish you Big line of Hats Trunks Telescopes Sntchols m dCOm anions Best Blench nt 5o Best Factory nt 50 BestCal DryGoodsSam Bach Hartford Ky Important Meeting Every member of the SoDS of Vet erana are requested to meet at the- court Houae1 In Hartford Ky on October Io 5903 at y oclock p m BENS CUAllBIU1rLf Capt GOV eckhfim 1ltvited Gov J c W Bcckbam has been Invited and is expected to atttad the Ohio County Fair next week C6aie- Lo the Pair and you wilt see him and at the same time get to see the bIg gent Pair ever held In Ohio county t Constipation Does your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste In your mouth Its yOUr liver l Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure cons II- patlon headache dyspepsia Ste All drueIts M Wan moaeke or bear4 b1aWra1- D wnetrbhWleekf tdo- nBUCKINGHAMS DyEtfIttr d 1rWn M Rt co I n- ye V Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 GIVE OUT HAND BOOKS- i Wonderful New Publication Hot Democratic Press iFrom v WHAT THE GREAT BOOK REVEALS r Democratic HandbookShcrald Be Read Without a Shirt That the Botom May Swell With PrideSome Ex tracts Taken From the Latest Liter ary EffusIon of Kentucky Demo crats 4LontsvIIlo Herald Messrs J M Richardson C Co Mc Chord and Lewis McQuown ore road log tho proof of tho Democratic hand book and tho publication will be toady for circulation Monday The band book gives an account of the Democratic administration of state af fairs and makes a flue showing for the Democratic party News Itom The literary editor of Tho Herald is Indebted to Messrs McChord Mc Quown and lUohardson for an ad ranco copy of the Democratic hand book and takes pleasure In acknowl edging It Laying aside other inter esting worka of fiction and adventure he has devoted qulto a large gob of his valuable time to a review of tho Democratic hand book and has felt fully repaid therefor The book la quite a neat and Innocent looking little volume which un like most Democratic records opens quite readily at the touch of a Herald aWl instead of closing like an angry oyster and nipping the ends of his flavors The hand book resembles the Bhakaspearcaa plays in that while tbromay be some doubt about Its buthorshlp there can bo no doubt lout its merit It will pay any young bum to road tho book from lid to lid ana if ho Isa Democrat It will cause his bosom to swell rapIdly In view bf this it would be well for the gen Ie reader to remove his shirt before beginning tho perusal lest be break h nook of his pearl studs before ho jrrlToa at tho concluding chapter There is so much meat In tho hand book that It would be futile to try to felve anything like a synopsis in urn ttod apace and The Herald can only touch the high places IIto speck A pago from the book which briefly summarizes a port of tho con tents ought cOsp for itself It fehould be as follows WE POINT WITH PRIDE To the tad that we have hiked up the Income of the state wonderfully dur ing our administration The Income from taxes not only in tho state but In tho city of Louisville causes us to chortle with glee This large and Juicy Income is used with wisdom but not In a niggardly manner In order that the states coffers should not slop over we have raised tho salaries of offlco holders and employ s to the highest pitch This allows tho faithful to live elegantly and at the somo time to go shopping with a full purse at election time and thus to keep tho offices in tho family OUR CHEST PROTRUPES When we think of the pardon record our governor has made It Is simply amazing how ho has Increased the Democratic vote especially In Brcath Itt Clay and Pike counties by turn lug the slayers of Republicans out of the penitentiary and thus not only cementing the party In these counties but giving warning to Republicans not to feel their oats unless they go to CIncinnatiIT THE COCKLES OF OUR HEARTS To ruminate upon tho way our gov rnor built up his fences and prepared for another term of office almost as soon as he got Into office the first timeI overlooking not oven ono small toward that end and not oven draw Ing the line at pardoning rapists and the murderers of little girls either in the eastern or the western part of our elate when the offender was a good Democratic worker at the polls and had many folks who could bo counted upon to walk right up and jab theI stencil down under tho rooster IT MAKES US FEEL RIGHT DOWN BULLY To think of how our governor called down tho Jefferson circuit court for convlcUng Ed Alvey in a highhanded manner and sentencing that eminent wealthy and Influential Democratic worker to a term in the penitentiary where but for our governor his use fulness would have been interfered with If not entirely suspended- IT CAUSES US TO CHUCKLE To think of how our governor took an inquisitive correspondent right by the arm and in a dignified manner waltzed him out of the executive offlco amid the plaudits of the grand stand when he dared dip Into our Demo cratlo ftrdonrecord which wo look upon as our private property useful to our Groat Party but of no interest to the outside world IT MAKES US FEEL BRAND NEW To think of how gallant Hubert Vroo land sworo largo dark blue oats at tho correspondent who delved Into his onlonery and dealt In a light and frlv olous manner with things sacred to St Hubert and tho agricultural depart mentWE PARTICULARLY REJOICE In tho gallant deed our brotherin arms and fellow pie gobbler Charles Howes who lambasted In the back a correspondent who had vilified and do tamed our great governor by publish- Ing such ports of his pardon record as leaked out to hIm WE ESPECIALLY CELEBRATE The fact that John Cabell Breckln DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST GO OWENSBORO KY Cash 560000Sl- oHholdIAddtl Llablllly 50000 Qyirajit Fund forCuilomtri 1100000D- cpodU neelred rttjert to check Costa to iltpodt or check out All don by malL Interert paid on time depotiu i porcaSforCll or will ttr artber itlcaUn t L ANDE1HON Preriteat DeWItts ffiiV Salve For Piles Burns Sores ridge Hill our aro1a1y of state had custodian ot the pardon records haa gallanUy defended that record from tho profanation of the publlo gaze and wo feel that hla true nobility and falthfulneas are evidenced In tho fact that the nolso of a typewriter click Ing ofVthe record of political pardons makes his ears soar WE EXTRAVAGANTLY ADMIRE Tho letter which Governor Bcckhom wroto telling how he had been misrep resented In tho Dreathltt county matter and taking a shot at tho news paper correspondents who Impertin ently exposed the systematic workings of the murder Byndlcatand the par don mill In Breathltt coChty and thus practically put a stop to a business that was at once lucrative to private citizens and productive of great good to the party WE CALL ATTENTION TO THE EWOT That wo havo driven out and expelled from Kentucky all such cattle as John O Carlisle and William Lindsay and that we have branded Basil Duke and W C P brccklnrldge as traitors and scoundrels It tho brand wears oJ It will bo renewed WE LOOK RACK WITH SATISFAC TION To tho merry doiya of 1900 when wo stole tho state offices In ono succulent bunch from the Taylor administra tion Indicted and drove Into exile tho governor to whom our election com mlsaloncrs had hastily and thought lessly given a certiflcate of election upon tho taco of tho returns and the spur of the moment and without re flecting that the legislature stood ready to bad our defeated candidate up In his effort to hog tho said of fices and we direct your attention to tho tact that we Impaneled Democratic juries all right all right and sen tenced Jim Howard Henry Toutsey and Caleb Powers to the penitentiary and that although Youtsey acted bull beaded and would not say at lint that Howard fired tho shot which he Bred wo made him stoke the furnace and live on bread and water till he toe4 tho line after which wp made of him a very fine witness and sentenced Howard and rowers some more to warn the Republican party what Is in store for any Republican who aspires for a state office WE RECOMMEND FOR THE DEM OCRATIO HALL OF FAME Lifoslwxl portraits of Hubert Vrec land Allto Young Charlie Howes Creeps DeckhamfDreck lUll P Haley Jim HorglB Judge Redwjno and Ed Callahan all of whom have boon prominently Identjiflc4 with tho success pour party r A Purgative Pleasuro If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for bljlouanesa pr constU patlon you know what a purgative pleasure Is These famous little pills cleanse and 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 valved W HHowellof Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for constipa tion sick headache etc Sold by Z Wayne GIffin Bros m Newspaperdom truthfully says Moore and moreL newspaper men realize the value of their coming in contact with each other and learning each from his brother That this lact has recently impressed itself more forcibly than ever before is no doubt the cause of the many reorganizations of press associations now in existence and the forming of new ones Reor ganization in most instances means the elimination of people not connect ed directly with the press who for the most part are anything but a valuable addition to any association The revision of the bylaws in order to exclude this undesirable element is very commendable and should in every way be encouraged for just the wayinteresteddtganlzed than anything else That a press association conducted on proper lines is of more than passing benefit one must admit But such an association should rigidly exclude all who are not of the fraternity It should in fact be by for and of news paper menand only when it is such can it prosper and wax strong and in fluential1 u His Lifo Savod by Chamber lains Colic Cholera and DlarrhooaRomady uD L Byer a well known cooper of this town says he believes Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedysaved his life last summer He had been 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 Slight Difference Talk about prosperity Why just consult these colums today and see where one man wants 75 men to make ties another wants an unlimited number of men to go to Green River and work for good wages and still another wautsa number ol families to whom he offers steady work Why even the Democratic party wants a man to run for president And yet we ocean tonally run across a Democrat who yawns and says he cant see no dir ference now and under Cleveland This paper was not carrying adver tisements of the Help Wanted kind under Democratic rule and precious fewof any other kind either It is nothing short of a sin to abuse tbe present by comparing it with the past We would like to have a few Democrats who dont agr e with us on what we arc saying here come in to our office and look through our files and see how many help want ed advertisements they can find that were printed during the four years of Clevelands administration But pshaw whats the use to argue Any man caught wasting his time trying t make a man admit that times are better to day than they were In 93 to 97 ought to be arrested for loitering Cannelton Enquirer A BUSINESS TALK Colonel Bclknap In a Speech at Barboursvlllc KENTUCKYS OOMMIROIAL FUTURE Extracts From Terse Remarks of Sound Sense and Judgment on the Subject of Kentucky From a Com merclal Standpoint Made by Colonel Balknap at Barbourayllle Fair Colonel Belknap In a speech at the Barboursvllle fair took up Kentucky from a commercial standpoint leaving no doubt In tho minds of his hearers that ho Is familiar with the require meats of a strictly business adminIs- tration of the affairs of Kentucky COLONEL DELKNAPS SPEECH Colonel Belknap was repeatedly cheered He spoko as follows I am not in tho position of an office seeker for I already have a Job and It is not a small one I am simply ambitious as I think any truo Ken tucklan may be to gain such honor as ma come from serving my state along the honest commercial lines of supply and demand- I claim there is a demand for an administration of our public affairs as- a man would manage his private bus incas I am familiar with tho requirements of such a demand and am not afraid of tho responsibility and the work that it entails FAILURE TO GET THE PROFITS We all possess a sentimental attachment for this good old state of ours We feel that the best sort of government is none too good for her and the effort now Is a plain and aim plo one that is to put her in the hands of those who will cherish and honor her with the same lofty spirit that a man shows to the woman to whom he is devoted But you say commercially con sld red things have not been bad in Kentucky for the past few years Thanks to the management of our national affairs that is true But wo have after all received only a very small proportion of what I contend Is due us Where we have got our thousands our neighbors have reaped their tens of thousands with natural advantages no greater than ours In studying the cause It is accountable upon very simple grounds namely tho failure to get the profits on the higher grades of merchandise manufactured from products that we ourselves furnish whose conversion takes place In other states under more fav orable conditions Lot mo give you a succinct example In every carload of coal we ship out of this section there are two general profits an actual and a potential one The actual ono is that paid to us by the purchaser of the coal The poten tial ono is the profit which the purchaser will reap upon converting that cruU Tho chances ho is not buying it lo malta a bonnie He puts It under a steam boiler and the result is possibly a washing ma chine a rat trap an electric motor r one of many articles of finished merchandise The profit in making those articles If the manufacturer understands his business Is far greater than the profit the minor gets on his coal This larger profit Kentucky docs not get- THOUSANDS WHERE OTHERS GET TEN FOLD Let me use another example A tree is standing on our hills It Is worth some money Cut it downIt- Is worth tho original amount plus tho cost of felling It Transport it to the saw mill and out it into lumbertwo more profits added to It It is now a plank and has an actual profit com posed of four minor profitsj but It also possesses as in tho case of the car lot of coal a potential profit greater than all of these four That Is tho possibility p wins Converted Into furniture undergoing a trans formation that will mako it totally un recognizable to us and yet sold back to us at many times the price at which we sold it to the manufacturer who converted It Kentucky does not got this profit and It is this loss that makes true the statement made at the beginning of the argument that wo got but thousands whero others got their tons of thousands WHY WE GET THE CHEESE- PARINGS Now why do WOoeel only tho cheese parings Because the big profit Is gathered in by h class of mon who constitute what is known as manufac turing talent These men have pecul iarities and characteristics of their own They ore not lawyers they are not politicians and as a rule they con alder that tho less they have to do with either of those classes of men the bettor off they are Their aim In ute Is to establish a homo where they can live happily with their wives and ralso their families They are studious men and carefully consider the conditions where they can live to tho best advantage They naturally want to have advantages for their wives and children in the shape of the best Intellectual opportunities espec ially common schools and personal safety An honest expenditure of pub lie funds and honest count of their ballots weigh heavily in deciding with them whero to locate These people are possessed of means which they invest In permanent form in tho shape of factories and homes and In making these Investments they carefully consider the probability of their efforts to build up their surroundings increasing the value of their Investments Where they buy a homo for 2600 they hope In tho course of ten years to find It In tho midst of a flourishing town so that they can realize 5000 for it We know very well that these con ditions do not exist in Kentucky today Wo know very well that they must exist before wo can hope to be the commonwealth which Qur natural advantages entitle us to be POINTING THE WAY The problem then is How can those conditions bo brought about Perhaps you will say that now comes tho tlmo for tho candidate to assert himself and say By turning out the men that are at present In office and putting us In That would be fol lowing the old political routea road way which has been cut Into deep rots by tho political traffic of the past In many cases It has proved most effec tive As to whether It will this fall or not I leave it with your good Judgment But I would rather ascribe the chango to a recognition of our own Individual interests It U no longer a case of what are you going to do about It but what are we going to do about ItT Not what will my neIgh- bor do but what must I dot Not what the candidate at the head or the bottom of tho ticket will do but how wUl wo make the candidate servo tho of the state alter we have given Him the A omceIdesperately 111 and we hurry to the drug store Perhaps the road Is unknown to us We come to a point where the road forks Shall we take the right or the wrong one Tho do clslon means lifo or death perhaps A man Is standing there who can tell us Would we stop to Inquire hla name ask him whether be can make a speech or not and whether when ho Is at home he always goes In and tells tho cook good morning or notT Or would wo simply ask him to point out the way and with a nod of thanks proceed as he directs Why not use the same common sense In our gov ernment We know a remedy Is need led for matters which need not hero be enlarged upon All we require Lathe directing hand to the place whero we may procure the necessary restor atives These we ourselves must apply to tho patientFAITH IN KENTUCKY I have as you know great faith In the state of Kentucky I realize that by an unfortunate series of ovbhts she baa gotten herself on the list to be knocked and I want to see that classification changed- I have met during my brief cam paign a sufficient number of the strong conservative element of our state to realize that they ate with me It is this which I have termed the new Kentucky spirit in the old Kentucky home It establishes the important fact that the necessary conditions for our new birth exists and I beg of you that you arise and acquit yourselves like mennot for my sake but for your own sakes Another burning Ia uo Is what became of that 171000 Master Commissioners Sale Ohio Circuit Court Kentucky Lus WORIBV Plaintiff vs N J THOMAS c Defendants By virtue or a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren dered at the Augupt term 1903 in the above case lor 5010 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 22nd 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 19r3 abut one oclock p m upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towlt A track of land in Ohio county Kentucky lying on the waters of In dian Camp Creek beginning at a atone where Robt Simpsons line crosses the Morgantown and Sinking Creek road thence N 8534 VV with the Cunningham line to the corner three black oaks and one hickory thence N 15 E to a stone on the West side 01 the Morgantown road Sanford Simpeons corner thence with said toad to the beginning con taming 20 acres more or less or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money prdered to be made The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale This 2nd day of September 1903 ROWAN HOLBRooK Master Commissioner Heavrin Woodward Attorneys Stomach Troublo I have been troubled with my stomach jor the past four years says D L Beach ol CloVer Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ogo I wax induced to buy n box of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cents For sale by J H Williams OAIXOnXA 11I t CASTOR For Infants and Childmn The Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use Vi For Over Thirty Year- sCASTURIA I wCgNauSOepN1 unrTom CItY For Sate A In Bryant and Strut ton Business College Apply to this office OABTOnXABea- nthe TLaKthdYosHaJ8iJ SlguUr cI RIPANS Tabnles Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind Th1I tent pacltt enough for ueI ocrfttlonn Tbelomllj bottU fO ccnU contain ktnpply for aJenr AU dra ggtet Mil thtra NewYork Clipper 18 THE PaperinAll persona Interested In the bappe- nAMUSEMENT h WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 54 PER YEAR CINTSII part New York City5 I I ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY I I EtCOlrOBlTlD I Talk being cheap and necessarj1 you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phoneI and bnild your own lines and be it talking distance with the whole county and business points generally bJ only paying a reasonable rent to th- Rough River Telephone Company 01 they will be nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particut mrs call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky CumberlandTELEPHONE AN- DfelegIaph 1 Co I tDoorpotl1ted Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my 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rcom frjjriiil i- ti with tti breth of the matn11a arid line n j g ave out tM very air of the orjuffj palm O nJ ty The hpjuty ant raltwi the V romince nj mystery ol the Und wtiere the Y ctUIei up the col Jen wnvhlne inj the cnflnnvhien lath moonlight I H liltIv glwtlq lisa wrllUW cpluninsof uses laxl itilrf weekly 2 Aond on n Pontml Card Ih4 yourMljhJf2 yost A copy of Th Sunny South and CIlIA 4I4rntla will be malteJ tree to each 4 g Atdivrs Al CommanlMthra a- A ciSunnySouthJ Atlnntn Ga fn t J ToCeaCo1dinODo7IthteLa 01 ev Itox jm IJ I DouTieQuininets of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit It wilt euro malaria but It leaves almost deadly after offocta HERBJNEIsto euro malaria sick hcadncho biliousness and all stomach kldnoy and liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents d Bottlo All Drurftf tll j I c For Saleby J Hi Williams Hartford I TIMEHuPALATABLEUnTtuuChlllaJenltllDtl Malarial Fe- etlii than Calomel ud Quintal Coitilas ftFL on ton up the THE OLD RELIABLElAteR EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC- As well as a Sure Cure lor Chills and Fevers Malarial FcversSwamp severs and Bilious Fevers Just what you need at this season IT IMR raLS Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tenle GUARANTEE Tr it Dont take any Sntstitnetc All Druggists SOc 1 ottles- SUCCESSWORTti I PREPARED BV- ror11MIUlItftMla b- KS ROBINSONPETTI COMPANY IfoftbeftTonleagrmtreinod for Chili ixrniroiiTED IIDdal1 MI1Irlat FnnLOUIS ILLE KY tlees Machine WorksI OWENSBORO KYfJIIiVQ arc agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR COSsolfcontaincd and Automatic Engines and fBoilers Also Uio Brown Pourvalvo Engines fHeadquarters for all kinds otmill supplies Wu Ii make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We carry in stock Belting HosoPacking of all kinds IShafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings Iof all kinds Valves of all kinds Wb can supply your wants on short notice Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly it Tweddoll at Hartford Respy IIiS444aI444444444t4RH and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will bo cheer fully refunded i Ask you Druggist 2pc 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky Poo7te4i flg JriftazJrs TI4CWZ3 Pelll1ttliiPt ShtJr711 nit liHllhillltf J Jkndlor lil4u preferfedbybuaInehoeiSnest and bet arranxed school bnlldlng In the South Inillrldntil Initructlon Bcbool la MMlon Jltbeyear BtudenU can enUr nt any time Vliltor III Will welcome GI WKK1I1T Prwt Jet1 1 LL 5REASONS Cour You WHYII Massey Business LOUISVILLE COllelj1 It If Ue leading Commercial School jn Kentuck 2 Its course of study are thorough and systematic 3 glnntomonth immediately upon graduatione4 We pay itudenU railroad fare to Loulivllle 5 We rcfuhd upon graduation everycent of tuition paid to us If the I pupil U not thoroughly satlsa i WrII for Elegant Catalogue and Spticlal Dlicount to f t1 t l CBEAMNAORMS I I Maotllll1WlIltj B floQ For 20 Years Has Led all Warm Remedies r SOXX XY AXX 7DHT7OOXHTSireparedb7 JAMES F BALLARD It Louis For Sale by J H Wlllllams Hartford KyT wcDxJr Ie M IUann cCsMtet IBARNET r SMITH AT LAW HARTFORD KY titObloSpecial attention Klrento all bn IUM entrn wl to CrlmIDaIJlnUBLlCuI Putidlug JNO B WILSON A1TOHNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY BperJal attention idrn to tollwllonaniakln abstract Ac nUo KoUrr Inbllo lor Ohio coon tX Olflc north aid pnbllc nnnar R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY lensIotAttoneyiin4 Examiner for UhloCoin tj omc over Ohio County llvnk M U ilEA VttlK FHNKflT WOODWAIIP HEAVFHNWOODWAfcD Q I t 0 it3I Krv1uIn all the Coirt Appeal dal attention given criminal prnrtlc and toUiw Uoni Ufflt silt itoor to Dank of Hartford W H BARNES Attorney at LawAND COUNTY ATTORNEY fUnroio KY Will prattle bli professIon In all the Court of Ohio and adjoining eoutlM and In the Court of AppMk HIM attention win be Klrin to all hnnoM cntrnitod to bla can Oolketlpu e 5 pci fly noira lacoirtbou a wi Illinois Central RailroadTime Tablei Nv tlrnn earl taking fectlIdaJ DtcTt lm at noon L- Morlli Hounit South Ronnd f No Ill olD fciTa m No Ill da llIT a m No I07ilntH7p m No101 do I4T pIII No 1JJ dot 1141 p in UUldl1IAJm Local Flakt mI10 yEA- EXERIENCaI I PATENT TIUDC MAMS DtVMrW- COPVKMHTS AC An1pnC1ng a kittb ua4 tIIIcr1l1Ums t qtlel uewuin oar otnlon Wbe 0 r In proIIbl AaII an tlom UKtlr 00IIII4enUaJM 00 1oIUD t crtpeitalatnta I IIOCW wtthost SbItS IS SI Scientific HttKriCdii A bandonelr mutntad weM IANM- I 4r rattloii of lnUDo losroM 7srs Sn S- srstoormonthatL oI4b wpd f PJ J O Yqtk I Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITYk I Colorado Utah the Pacific Coast DOUBLE DAILY CuteCLECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE- Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINSS1 ARK i And PoInts In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA I DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE MIlCtiIIN firitw ItftruIlM UnrtldH RiNse Ik Mdmi I A TO MAtTHEWS Tot ttu Iff- kMiMiI iitMiiMf itmmun eo H C TOWNBKND a P4T aQT ST Lo- U11l1inois I GenLraRR I OP INTEREST TO I Stockholder- si i Transportation to AttendI the Annual Meeting atI Chicago I Iobllo notice I hmbjr irlrcn that the regular stockhoWeraojjheflhloLaCentral Sceil In Cblcng1fltgoli 015 Uodnoxiaji 9 tet4r SI ij03 fttwelie oclock noon rO ITo permit pemonul att ndnrickat said meeting there will be Ixned to nch holder ol AM or Snore iharee of the capital stock ot the Illinois Ciatral Bnljroajl Company sir1itered on thiOk olI thqjloeeol6uineuoaToeedqSeptt enftltng hImor her to traml freeoyr t e Compnnyii iluutrorn theeUoi ooTtU imiiob CcntAU railroad nenrwt to his y Irrs5ietrd1- addte to Chicago and r tnni aMeittUtHt fiodJor the Jonrney W onbr darln the tour lay Immcdlatel troomralagondilitday otU tqMtlnffnndfoilj8 rrtpfn 19J1rD7 m l 14tthirdsycmmtcnlffned ansi stamped tIrlqg 1uIne honn that I to tny iMtwcnj t a send 5 p IA hpoJvQ 0 hs Jiielqtnnt eetr fr- WO nrnun Itf Chlcfl o Rach l Itpbtojnjabor on InwrUfcjf 16 tho Trwl ti4thdumpAnynOilCttfc9 aclsppl4- MttoninuLtntelhelplinunuid addrotwolthe iQctLidWexacLlJndkJvtn In his frtoreertlt cte of stock together with the number end date tlI fiitli Krtldrate No nor than 0prlOll IJIIe tarried In In rripectto any ODe bbtajfufetock ta rttere4on theb okiof th pbniixinjr A 0 JUcirtTirr 8 ey Ju f Sib i- HARTFORD l R1iJ-4C4QbPYInadvanceI t iIT